Posts made in 2009

A Twohundredpercent Christmas Message

A Twohundredpercent Christmas Message

By on Dec 24, 2009 in Art, Latest, Mungo | 0 comments

Christmas is upon us, and we are thrilled and delighted to be able to hand the site over to a professional footballer, Mungo McCrackas of the Scottish Premier League club Heart of Clackmannannshire, for the first of what we hope will be many Christmas messages from the stars of the game. Mungo MCrackas appears – partly as a result of a community service order...

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Mark Bright: Football Co-Commentator & All-Round Sage

Mark Bright: Football Co-Commentator & All-Round Sage

By on Dec 22, 2009 in Latest, Opinion | 26 comments

Mark Murphy got a bee in his bonnet whilst watching the Sunday afternoon match between Newcastle United & Middlesbrough, and it came in the form of co-commentator Mark Bright. In the best interest of his sanity, we thought it that it would be for the best to let off steam on the subject here. I had to check. Was it BBC pundit and former Crystal Palace legend...

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Might The Fab Four Become The Super Seven?

Might The Fab Four Become The Super Seven?

By on Dec 21, 2009 in English League Football, Latest | 17 comments

As the Premier League reaches the half-way point in its season, Mark Siglioccolo takes a look into his crystal ball and wonders whether the days of Arsenal, Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea might be coming to an end. Sixteen games into the season and it is shaping up to be one of the most hotly contested championships in recent history. What is even more...

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Keeping It On An Even Keel At Bedford Town

Keeping It On An Even Keel At Bedford Town

By on Dec 21, 2009 in Finance, Latest, Non-League | 4 comments

They’ve been here before, but those that can remember it are getting older as the years go by. It was in May 1982 that the original Bedford Town played their final match, the lease on their ground, The Eyrie, ran out and the club folded after seventy-four years. It took seven years for the club to reform and they made steady progress through the leagues to the...

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