Yearly Archive: 2011

Celebrating Football’s Greatest Chairman 5

Celebrating Football’s Greatest Chairman

With the recent protests against the government so far peaking with half a million protestors marching with the TUC to Hyde Park last Saturday, we have decided here at twohundredpercent that we will spend...

Liverpools Sponsors And The Asian Issue 1

Liverpools Sponsors And The Asian Issue

This year has been quite kind to Liverpool Football Club so far. They may have been knocked out of the two trophies that they began 2011 with a chance of winning, but it’s likely...

Business, Ethics And Abusive Owners 1

Business, Ethics And Abusive Owners

We are blessed to have been contacted by some terrific writers over the last few weeks, and here’s another of them. Please give a warm welcome to S J Maskell, who can only liken...

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Mungo S03E33

Mungo time. There’s only one way any team struggling like Heart of Clachmaninshire are can get themselves out of the mess they’re in, and that’s getting their head down and playing good football. That...

Further Farce At Wrexham 1

Further Farce At Wrexham

All of quiet on the Western front at the moment. Since we last reported on the subject of Wrexham, things have been comparatively quiet. This, however, is “quiet” by the standards of Wrexham AFC,...

Steve Bull: Happy Birthday To The Tipton Skin 0

Steve Bull: Happy Birthday To The Tipton Skin

Sometimes, a birthday or anniversary can come along that makes you feel very old, or very young. Confirmation this morning that today is the forty-sixth birthday of the former Wolverhampton Wanderers striker Steve Bull...

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Non-League Videos Of The Week

This week’s non-league videos of the week come from the top and bottom of the Blue Square South, and from the Combined Counties League. Our first match comes from Princes Park, and is between...

Remains of Rous: FIFA And The Team GB Question 2

Remains of Rous: FIFA And The Team GB Question

The forthcoming Olympic Games and whether a united “British” team should be allowed to play in the competition has reopened one off British football’s oldest debates. Jason LeBlanc takes a look at the history...

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The Friday Essay: Crows

With the game up in arms about what John Terry did with his pants off several years ago and how this affects his ability to play Association Football, you’d probably be expecting a bitingly...