Posts made in April, 2010

Palace vs Wednesday: The Tension Mounts

Palace vs Wednesday: The Tension Mounts

By on Apr 28, 2010 in English League Football, Finance, Latest | 10 comments

With Newcastle United and West Bromwich Albion having already secured promotion back into the Premier League, the last day of the season in the Championship this weekend might have threatened to be something of a damp squib. At the top of the table, however, there is still one play-off place to be fought for, and anybody that has raised their eyebrows about the...

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Scottish Football: A Seven Point Plan

Scottish Football: A Seven Point Plan

By on Apr 28, 2010 in Latest, Scottish Football | 3 comments

The end of last week saw the publication of two more contributions to the ongoing debate about the future of Scottish football – the results of a survey of fans by Supporters Direct, and then part one of the much-trumpeted McLeish report, containing a raft of recommendations focusing on youth development and the grassroots of the game. Part two is due to be...

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Andrew Andronikou: Football Club Saviour

Andrew Andronikou: Football Club Saviour

By on Apr 27, 2010 in English League Football, Finance, Latest | 7 comments

A source close to Portsmouth FC’s administration recently described Portsmouth FC’s most public joint-administrator, Andrew Andronikou, as a saviour of Swindon Town, who spent six years of this decade in a financial hole, having their voluntary arrangement with their many creditors supervised by him. The source was, of course, Andrew Andronikou, recently caught on...

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Manchester City Scrape The Goalkeeping Barrel

Manchester City Scrape The Goalkeeping Barrel

By on Apr 26, 2010 in English League Football, Latest | 17 comments

The last couple of days must have been filled with conflicting emotions for Gunnar Nielsen. The twenty-three year old Faroese goalkeeper became the first person from his home island to play Premier League football when he stepped in to replace Shay Given during Manchester City’s 0-0 draw against Arsenal on Saturday, but today he could be forgiven to starting...

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The Monday Morning Link Emporium

The Monday Morning Link Emporium

By on Apr 26, 2010 in Latest | 0 comments

We know how you feel. We share your pain. It’s Monday morning, and you’re sitting in front of your monitor, bleary-eyed and holding a cup of coffee with the consistency of molasses in your shaky hands. With that in mind, every Monday morning from now on we’ll be bringing you six of the best football articles from the outside world over the last...

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