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Ever since their stunning win at the 1998 World Cup and subsequent permanent placement at (or near) the head of the European football table, I have found something disquieting about the pre-eminence of the French national team. I should point out at this juncture that I am a Francophile of some note. I love the…
That’s it from me, normal service will soon be resumed. I’m going to get back to what I normally do, and let this place get back to what it normally does – top-notch football analysis. However, until that point, I thought I’d finish with a ridiculous picture. Heh.
Southwick 4-0 Broadbridge Heath Two clubs from the Sussex County League Second Division go to battle in the Sussex County Football Association Royal Ulster Rifles Charity Cup 2nd round. Not a glamour time, perhaps, but a match which piqued my interest. Firstly, I have traveled along the Coastway West railway line in and out of…
This afternoon I’m off to watch a staggeringly glamorous cup tie in the Sussex County Football Association’s Royal Ulster Rifles Charity (they donated it, rather than it being a fundraiser, incidentally) Cup. As with the majority of these hearty, russet-cheeked British autumnal sporting treats, it kicks off at 3 p.m. It’s a growing football bugbear…
Today, the floor at Twohundredpercent has been given over to our friends over at The Onion Bag. Our thanks to them. Hello, we’re from the Onion Bag, maybe you’ve heard of us, maybe you’ve read some of sideways glances at the modern game, maybe you got bored after a while and deciding to look at…
… when the football season’s here! Here’s more Baker and Kelly for you, from the opening day of the 1998 Premiership season. I’m listening to the first one now, and I’m curious to know its whether I’m just so staggeringly out-of-touch or whether nothing ever changes in the sport that makes it still sound so…
This past week, I’ve watched quite a bit of televised live football by my standards. Both of England’s Euro 2008 qualifiers (Frank who?), plus England Women’s opening game in the World Cup against Japan. In all honesty, the latter proved the more refreshing experience, as the Chinese director chose to focus the majority of their…