Yearly Archive: 2011

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Mungo S03E34

It’s one of those Mungo days again here on Twohundredpercent. Mungo has managed to escape the studio of Loose Women with his dignity intact, but could he have jumped out of the frying pan...

Living Colour: Ince as a Cult of Personality 9

Living Colour: Ince as a Cult of Personality

In what appears to be incredibly bad timing, on the same week Professional Footballers Association Chief Executive Gordon Taylor called for the hiring of more minority managers in English football, League One club Notts County sacked...

On How Wayne Rooney Ruined Mother’s Day 6

On How Wayne Rooney Ruined Mother’s Day

You’d think that Saturday would have beeen a day of celebration. A vivid carnival of all that is right with being Red and Mancunian. Big United larruped West Ham in the East End yesterday, despite...

Football In Parliament: I Fought The Law 4

Football In Parliament: I Fought The Law

‘Parliamentary privilege’ is fascinating. It essentially means that members of parliament can say what they like in parliament without fear of an action for defamation. And in such a context, the prospect of Ken...

Match Of The Week 2: Fulham 3-0 Blackpool 2

Match Of The Week 2: Fulham 3-0 Blackpool

Perhaps it was inevitable that it would come to this in the fullness of time. The worlds of football, celebrity and cloying sentimentality have been slowly moving towards each other for the last ten...

Footballs April Fools 1

Footballs April Fools

The UK football press and their April Fool jokes. Sometimes they are clever, sometimes they are obvious and sometimes you just don’t know. After all, every day seems to be April Fools Day in...

A Rhyme for Captain Blade and Ozzie Owl 0

A Rhyme for Captain Blade and Ozzie Owl

We use a familiar old nursery rhyme to record a tale for two of Sheffield’s proudest clubs. It somehow seems appropriate to use a children’s song when discussing matters relating to the birthplace of...