March 2011

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Friday Essay: Elephants

Friday Essay: Elephants

Today, a return of Dotmund‘s usually-terrible Illustrated Friday Essay. Today, he’s picked on a really controversial and topical subject: teams with elephants on their badges. Because, and I quote, “I like elephants”. If you are viewing this from a mobile phone, you may want to click here, to get to the desktop version of the…

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March 18, 2011
Ted

Port Vale And The Battle For Burslem

The mornings get warmer and the evenings get longer, but still the main protagonists in Port Vale’s takeover battle argue over how many angels you can fit on the head of a pin. The deadlock is straightforward. Successful local businessman Mo Chaudry wants control. The current board don’t want any individual to have control and…

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March 17, 2011
Mark
Mungo S03E31

Mungo S03E31

Thursday is here, the day that Mungo beams down once again to your home planet. This week, Sir Roddy Bulbs takes his first ever reasonable decision, only to follow it up with several more dubious ones in a seeming tribute to his all-time favourite monarch. We keep trying to stop Dotmund finding us, but so…

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March 17, 2011
Ted

Midweek Non-League Video Special

The pressures of the outside world don’t often often intrude into the world of Twohundredpercent, but they have this evening and our normal service has been slightly interrupted. Everything will be back to normal with a fresh Mungo tomorrow morning, but for tonight we’re going to leave you with a handful more non-league videos from…

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March 16, 2011
Ian

Tales From The Sharp End: Cardiff City, Tranmere And Plymouth Argyle

I’ve been off-line for most of the last month – my PC is older than my jokes and I can’t afford a replacement on this money. And I was hopeful that, beyond Plymouth, there wouldn’t be much football financial mess to cover. Some hope. There was good news. The fact that West Ham’s losses were…

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March 16, 2011
Mark

As Stephen Vaughan Goes To Prison: Chester FC, One Year On

Revenge, it is said, is a dish best served cold and, while the imprisonment of Stephen Vaughan for fifteen months at the North Liverpool Community Justice Centre yesterday was an incident unrelated to his involvement in football, there may be some people in Chester that will regard this sentence as some degree of providence, held…

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March 16, 2011
Ian
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