February 2011

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The Start Of Gloucester Citys Long March Home Begins Here

After four years in enforced exile following the catastophic floods of 2007, Blue Square North club Gloucester City could be heading back to their home town. Jenni Silver brings up to date with the latest developments. It’s the news Gloucester City fans have been waiting for – a planning application for a new ground is on its…

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February 16, 2011
Ian

Match Of The Week: Milan 0-1 Tottenham Hotspur

Perhaps this what they mean when they speak of the importance of qualifying for the Champions League. Milan away, in the last sixteen of what is, for better or for worse, Europe’s premier club competition. The San Siro excels in evenings of high drama – it could even be argued that it is architecturally theatrical…

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February 15, 2011
Ian

The Seven Ages Of Fan, Part Two: Childhood

As some of you will already be aware, for the next few weeks Monday night will be literature night here on Twohundredpercent. We are delighted to welcome back Football Hobo’s Alan Smithy back to our pages this evening for the second act of his seven part epic which traces the life of the football supporter…

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February 14, 2011
Ian

Puppets On A String: The Wrexham Board Responds

It has been another eventful week at Wrexham, as the fog that had shrouded the attempt to take over the club by Van Morton Investments began to lift, while a bizarre and faintly ridiculous statement from Wrexham FC appeared on the club’s website last Friday. Through fifteen seperate points, the club’s owners (or someone speaking…

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February 14, 2011
Ian

Non-League Videos Of The Week: Supporter-owned Club Special

If you are viewing this post from the mobile version of our site, you may be able to view it better by clicking here. This week’s Non-league videos have a running theme in that they all feature clubs that are owned by their supporters, and clubs that we are featuring this evening not necessarily those…

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February 13, 2011
Ian

Six Of The Best: Football Commentators, Part Two

On Friday afternoon, we brought you the first part of our mini-series paying tribute our top six football commentators, and today it’s time for the second three. Again, we would like to take the opportunity to point out that this top six is not in any particular order – merely that it was a pleasure…

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February 13, 2011
Ian

Dundee`s CVA Passes (For Now)

The first reaction, when the news broke that Dundee’s CVA had been passed at a creditors’ meeting on Tuesday, was relief. I’d never really thought there would be much danger of it not doing, but it’s hard to be sure of such things, and with various different quotes of the total debt and of HMRC’s…

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February 13, 2011
Ian
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