Posts made in June, 2011

Thursday picture: Finding Mourinhos

Thursday picture: Finding Mourinhos

By on Jun 23, 2011 in Art, European Club Football | 0 comments

Portuguese football’s baffling alacrity at finding young, charismatic and highly skilled coaches continues to baffle everyone in England, where Sam Allardyce remains a credible candidate for the role of national team manager. But how are they doing it? Dotmund claims to have found out. More from Dotmund’s oeuvre may be found here. Twitter: Dotmund /...

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Down the Southern Road: Angels & Demons

By on Jun 23, 2011 in Latest | 0 comments

Residents of the American South live alongside the spirits of their past, both good and bad. With a history tempered by a Laissez les bon temps rouler approach to life yet pockmarked by the ills of slavery, a civil war, segregation, poverty, and colourful but corrupt public officials who let their good times roll a bit too big, today’s inhabitants always find...

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The 2007 Women’s World Cup Remembered

By on Jun 22, 2011 in International Football, Latest | 0 comments

There was a bit more money about when the fifth Women’s World Cup took place. And the BBC was quite prepared to spend it on more extensive coverage of the tournament than the anglo-centric focus they are boasting about this time around. It probably wasn’t just the football that attracted the Beeb’s attention in 2007, although England’s improving squad were worthy of...

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Doing It For A Good Cause: 22/06/11

By on Jun 22, 2011 in Latest | 1 comment

It’s time, then, for our weekly round-up of charities related to football that you can get involved in or donate to. If you have a charitable venture that you would like to see featured on Twohundredpercent, feel free to drop us a line (Tuesday or Wednesday is the best day to do this, lest your email get lost in a pile of other messages that we receive) and we...

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