Posts made in April, 2011

D-Day For Wrexham Passes, But There Are Further Battles Ahead

By on Apr 28, 2011 in Finance, Latest | 4 comments

Close of business today, we had been told, was the deadline, and the sanction if this wasn’t met was common knowledge. Wrexham FC was to be barred from entering this year’s Blue Square Premier play-offs with one of Kidderminster Harriers, York City or Darlington replacing them, depending on the way that results went on Saturday afternoon. The reason for...

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Mungo S03E37

Mungo S03E37

By on Apr 28, 2011 in Art, Mungo | 0 comments

Mungo time. With Heart of Clachmaninshire in their most precarious league position yet, the best thing that could possibly happen – Mungo being unavailable to play – is happily precipitated by events elsewhere. But will he make it out of the Tower in time for the run-in? Dotmund draws Mungo with his feet. Click for full-size There’s more of...

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Do They Still Make Millwall Bricks?

By on Apr 27, 2011 in English League Football, Latest | 2 comments

That may very well be too loaded a question to ask, or perhaps it is being asked in ignorance given recent fan violence between Lions and QPR supporters, but in the interests of venturing forth from conventional stereotypes, it is a matter worth exploring at least superficially. This query originates from watching the recent match between Millwall and Preston North...

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Disunited About United

By on Apr 27, 2011 in English League Football, History, Latest | 0 comments

It is difficult to draw a straight conclusion about a TV drama which has a Scotsman playing a Welshman called Murphy in the lead role. And the BBC’s 90-minute dramatisation of events surrounding Manchester United and the 1958 Munich air tragedy has produced a complex set of reactions. Before picking through some of these complexities, let me say I found United to be...

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