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You know what? Over the last couple of weeks or so, I’d rather forgotten about these Baker & Kelly downloads. Well, not so much “forgotten” as “repeatedly thought that I should really start putting these up again and, erm, not doing it”. Anyway, it has been drawn to my attention that this blog has got…
At any point over the last five years or so, Craig Bellamy would have been a shoo-in for any “Most Objectionable Player Of The Year” award, but Craig has had, by his own standards, a quiet year, so there can only be one winner in 2007 – Joey Barton. Now, I don’t know what the…
It had been a great afternoon, even to be at home with a bunged up, well, everything, watching the latest goals coming in on BBC Score. Spurs and Reading were involved in yet another extraordinary match at White Hart Lane (and my, hasn’t there been a lot of those in the Premier League this season?),…
Obviously, in an ideal world I’d say “knickers” to football and go for the alpaca (see left), but this isn’t really an option and, besides, this place remains a football blog rather than an alpaca blog (although I’m open to suggestion on this subject as well). Anyway, I’m still a little feverish, so here are…
…but a mixture of Christmas and being knocked sideways by a really unpleasant bout of flu has meant that I haven’t been able to post on here over the last few days. I’ll try and get something up on here tonight, I promise.
When I posted on the argument brewing between the Northern Premier League, Invision (who provide a live broadband match service) and FC United of Manchester before on here, I wouldn’t have guessed at the surprising events that have come about since and these events are threatening to spiral out of control. Following on from FCUM’s…
The last few days have been eerily quiet. The week before Christmas is always like the calm before the storm – the League Cup quarter-finals like the first big, inky spots of rain before all hell breaks loose and the storm that is the Christmas schedule starts. In case you’re unaware of what I’m talking…