Posts made in September, 2010

Partick Thistle: Problems Come To A Head At Firhill

Partick Thistle: Problems Come To A Head At Firhill

By on Sep 23, 2010 in Latest, Scottish Football | 0 comments

Things have not been going well at Partick lately, a miserable run of form on the pitch highlighting and adding to off-field problems. Doubts about the future of Firhill, ongoing debt problems and a breakdown in relations between the Trust and the club culminated this week with a string of resignations from the board. The current structure of the club dates back to...

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Mungo S03E08

Mungo S03E08

By on Sep 23, 2010 in Art, Latest, Mungo | 3 comments

Time once again to visit Heart of Clachmaninshire, where the club is in the midst of an injury crisis that threatens to derail their already shaky start to the season.  Luckily, cometh the hour, cometh the man, as Mungo McCrackas finds an elaborately unique way of getting round transfer windows and squad limits.  Whether this will have as much impact on his...

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From Bad To Worse For Liverpool

From Bad To Worse For Liverpool

By on Sep 22, 2010 in English League Football, Latest | 4 comments

The early rounds of the League Cup have built up something of a reputation for low attendances in recent years. With season ticket prices being the price that they are these days, the majority of people have to pick and choose what games they go to over and above their pre-allocated league fixtures, and the League Cup is usually somewhere near the bottom of the list...

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Clubs In Crisis: How Time Flies (Part One)

Clubs In Crisis: How Time Flies (Part One)

By on Sep 22, 2010 in English League Football, Finance, Latest | 0 comments

I take a month off to deal with some personal business (successfully, thanks for asking) and look what happens in the world of football. When I last looked, Liverpool’s ownership situation was one of utter chaos, with the current owners insisting on handsome reward for their failures – just like any other bankers. Blackburn Rovers were about to be taken over by an...

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