Posts made in February, 2011

If You’re Stuck At Home This Friday Evening…

By on Feb 25, 2011 in Latest | 1 comment

As it’s Friday evening, Twohundredpercent is having a (well deserved, some might say, though others may disagree) night off tonight. There is, however, time to mention a quick couple of bits and pieces that we should probably let you know. Firstly, it’s time to welcome to offer a mention to a new writer to the site. Jenni Silver has been writing about...

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Keith, Ian and Andy: Baseless Chuckles And Gurning; A Disservice To Us All

By on Feb 24, 2011 in Latest, Opinion | 2 comments

Hands up who has been throwing bottles at the television during those adverts for the FA Cup on ITV this season? Well, Mark Critchley has been, and he has been kind enough to share his rage with us. Follow Mark on Twitter by clicking here. Heh. We’re a right bunch of cads, us lot. Don’t know about you but parking in the players’ entrance, knocking a scotch egg about...

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FC United’s Home Feels Another Step Closer

By on Feb 24, 2011 in Latest, Non-League | 8 comments

Ah, man, you read The Book of Exodus and you’d think Moses and the Israelites had it bad. They fled Egypt, which was wise given the current political turmoil over there, and mooched about the wilderness for forty years before God gave them a bit of land to call their own, and they all settled down to do whatever it is they did. Compared to us at FC United they had...

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Mungo S03E28

Mungo S03E28

By on Feb 24, 2011 in Art, Mungo | 0 comments

With Mungo still galavanting around the tundras on a mammoth, Heart of Clachmaninshire’s unsung – better – players get a chance to shine, with inevitable consequences. Indeed, inevitable consequences are very much the order of the day. We all hate Dotmund too, don’t worry. Click for...

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Poles Apart Yet Fans United: Plymouth Argyle And Brighton & Hove Albion Recall Old Bonds

By on Feb 23, 2011 in English League Football, Finance, Latest | 7 comments

As Brighton & Hove Albion and Plymouth Argyle took the pitch for their League One match last night, the immediate prognosis for the two clubs couldn’t have looked more different. While Plymouth have just been deducted ten points (which has sent them plummetting to the bottom of the table) and are set to enter into administration unless they can find a new...

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