Posts made in March, 2011

Match Of The Week: Sutton United 2-0 Canvey Island

By on Mar 27, 2011 in Latest, Non-League | 2 comments

England are playing today, apparently, although you wouldn’t necessarily know this from a trip to Gander Green Lane this afternoon. The intuitive thing to think would be that the pull of sitting (or, on an afternoon like this, more likely standing) in a pub watching England play out their match against Wales would might have had a calamitous effect on...

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Remains of Rous: FIFA And The Team GB Question

By on Mar 27, 2011 in International Football, Latest | 2 comments

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 of this fractious state of affairs. The subject of a unified British team partaking in next summer’s London Olympics has been broached on...

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Give Us Nasty, Brutish, and Short: The Virtue of Individual in Football

By on Mar 26, 2011 in Latest, Opinion | 1 comment

We’re absloutely delighted, this morning, to welcome Jason LeBlanc to the pages of Twohundredpercent for the first time, and he is is, this morning, having a look at the roles of individuals against that of teams in football. Gareth Bale might very well be the needle that punctures Barcelona’s tiki-taka balloon.  If Tottenham Hotspur and Barcelona ever meet in...

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The Friday Essay: Crows

The Friday Essay: Crows

By on Mar 25, 2011 in Art, History | 0 comments

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 topical Friday Essay. And you won’t be disappointed*, as Dotmund looks at that perennial hot potato: crows. If you’re looking at this on the mobile version of...

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