December 2010

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The Twohundredpercent Vault: FA Cup Replays And The Winter Break

Normal service will resume later today here on Twohundredpercent, but in the meantime here is our final article from the site’s archive. With the FA Cup Third Round just around the corner, we’re going back to this time last year and an impassioned argument from Rob Freeman on the subject of a winter break for…

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December 27, 2010
Ian
The Twohundredpercent Vault: A Mungo Christmas Message

The Twohundredpercent Vault: A Mungo Christmas Message

Twohundredpercent is on its Christmas holidays for a a few days so, until then, we’re keeping the site ticking over with some of the best from our almost five year old archive. Mungo McCrackas was too drunk to record a Christmas message for us this year, so here’s last year’s, instead. Christmas is upon us,…

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December 25, 2010
Ted

The Twohundredpercent Vault: Brian Potter – A Life In Professional Soccer

Twohundredpercent is on its Christmas holidays for a a few days so, until then, we’re keeping the site ticking over with some of the best from our almost five year old archive. In this article, Gavin Saxton remembers a footballer that had quite a prfound affect upon Raith Rovers in the three appearances that he…

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December 24, 2010
Ian

The Twohundredpercent Vault: Chasing The Argonauts

In the name of progress, we continue to be reminded about the dangers of franchising in football, and we continue to be right to stay vigilant against attempts to parachute teams into the Football League or senior non-league football. The fundamental principle of the entire pyramid system in England is that, subject to concerns over…

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December 23, 2010
Ian

(Mostly) Good News For Dundee

Dundee’s future looks more secure – but their SFL appeal fails.

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December 22, 2010
Ian

Plymouth Argyle Supporters Demonstrate Their Solidarity

If there is one way in which football shows its contempt for anything that isn’t football in the starkest possible terms, it is in its relationship with the outside world. Every time a club enters into administration and is forced down the route of a CVA, the most poignant document of all is usually the…

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December 21, 2010
Ian

Welling United Saved, But Non-League Football May Yet Need Saving From The Weather

It is oft-repeated within football that smaller clubs may mean more to their supporters than larger ones do. Whether this is an accurate summation of the relationship between clubs of different sizes with their supporter bases is debatable, but there can be little question that the work done by supporters of Blue Square South club…

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December 21, 2010
Ian
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