Monthly Archive: December 2009
Munto Finance have put Notts County up for sale. Most Notts supporters still seem to regard Chief Executive Peter Trembling as some sort of hero, but they should probably be asking him a few questions about how his handling of the last few months or soat Meadow Lane.
Kings Lynn Football Club died today, but now is not the time for sadness about that fact. Now is the time for Linnets fans to start afresh, preferably with a new club owned by its own supporters and a solemn vow to not let the disaster of the last couple of years ever happen again.
Twohundredpercent won an award from When Saturday Comes this month – a prize that means a great deal to me. It’s time, then, to get drunk on cheap champagne, put on my crown and my ermine, and deliver a thank you speech that would make Gwyneth Paltrow blush.
Leeds United were flattered by the margin of their win against Kettering Town of the Blue Square Premier in the FA Cup this evening, but they will need to improve by a mile if they are to avoid abject humiliation at the hands of Manchester United in the next round of the competition.
Mark Murphy returns to one of his pet subjects today, and has a few questions to ask about why, with the news that the players’ wages weren’t paid on time again at the end of last month, Portsmouth’s situation doesn’t appear to have changed much for the better under their new owner.
The hype machine will run into overdrive over the next few months or so and there is nothing that anyone can do about it, apart from gently remind the watching world that even what looks at first glance like a comfortable World Cup draw might yet contain numerous pitfalls for England.