Posts made in December, 2009

Shit Shot Mungo: S02E21

Shit Shot Mungo: S02E21

By on Dec 17, 2009 in Art, Latest, Mungo | 3 comments

“Shit Shot Mungo” goes on a two week holiday tonight while the artist drinks himself to a dose of port and stilton induced gout, although I have been advised that there will be some sort of mungoings-on over the Christmas break. Stay tuned for whatever on earth that is going to be. In tonight’s episode, however, Mungo is still trying to score his...

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A Scrum For The Soul Of Kings Lynn

A Scrum For The Soul Of Kings Lynn

By on Dec 16, 2009 in Finance, Latest, Non-League | 6 comments

It is now a week since Kings Lynn Football Club was put out of its misery at court. The club’s record, however, still hasn’t yet been expunged by the Unibond League and a sense of inertia hangs over the league’s reaction to it all. Five days after the league made an official announcement was made stating that “a decision regarding the playing...

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England 2018 – Now Unsupportable?

By on Dec 16, 2009 in Latest | 31 comments

Hats off to the 2018 World Cup committee! They trimmed the list down from sixteen to twelve cities as potential venues to host matches for the 2018 World Cup should England, and they left Milton Keynes in. The bid has so far been a troubled one – this much we already know for certain – but the one thing that the FA had largely been able to depend upon...

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Battle For Control Of Watford

Battle For Control Of Watford

By on Dec 16, 2009 in English League Football, Finance, Latest | 6 comments

A quick look at the Championship table shows that Watford are having a good season. Until recently, they were in a play-off place for a position in the Premier League. This, however, is an almost complete illusion. Watford are having a very bad season, a season during which boardroom wrangling seems to have long since passed the point of no return and which is now...

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How Mick McCarthy Let Wolves Down

How Mick McCarthy Let Wolves Down

By on Dec 16, 2009 in English League Football, Latest | 10 comments

Forty-two pounds is a lot of money. It’s more than someone working full-time on the minimum wage earns in a day. It was also the cost of a ticket for Wolverhampton Wanderers supporters that wanted to go to see their team at Old Trafford in the Premier League last night. They may now be wondering why they bothered. Part of the rationale that is frequently given...

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