July 2011

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The Twohundredpercent Premier League Previews: Liverpool

This morning, we are delighted to welcome Paul Grech back to Twohundredpercent, to preview the chances of his team, Liverpool, in next seasons Premier League. When Paul Konchesky was sold to Leicester City earlier this summer, one of the strangest and most stressful periods of the past two decades in Liverpool’s history came to a…

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July 28, 2011
Ian

The Twohundredpercent Premier League Previews: Fulham

It has, in general terms, been a summer of poor career decisions but, in football terms, if there was to be a winner for this particular award over the last three months, it would be difficult to argue against the winner of said award being Mark Hughes. Hughes departed Craven Cottage at the start of…

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July 27, 2011
Ian

Down the Southern Road: End of the Line

One of the more unhinging moments for summer visitors to the Deep South might be when they lay down for sleep. Attempting to rest their heads on pillows for a quiet night’s sleep after a day full of eating beignets and touring antebellum plantation homes, they likely first notice that annoying symphony of cicada song…

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July 27, 2011
Ian

Is The Fate Of The Crusaders A Portent For Wrexham?

The news came through like a bolt from the blue. Suddenly, and with a great deal of warning, the Rugby Football League announced this morning that Crusaders RFLC had withdrawn their application to play in the Super League from 2012 to 2014. The club’s website had been taken down (although it is back up and…

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July 26, 2011
Ian

The Twohundredpercent Premier League Previews: Everton

As 1983 drew to a close, Everton Football Club was in a state of crisis. On New Years Eve, with just over 13,500 people rattling around Goodison Park like marbles in a tin box, they played out a dismal goalless draw against Coventry City which was seen by the nation that night on Match Of…

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July 25, 2011
Ian

The Womens Super League Resumes After Its Summer Break

After the success of the Womens World Cup, the Womens Super League restarted last weekend after a break, and the early signs seem to be, encouragingly, that the summer tournament in Germany might have piqued the interest of quite a few in the domestic game in this country. Womens football in Britain has benefitted significantly…

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July 25, 2011
Ian

The Twohundredpercent Premier League Previews: Chelsea

When UEFA announced its Financial Fair Play regulations last summer, several names immediately sprang to mind as clubs that would likely have to change many of their habits from recent years if they were to be allowed to continue to compete in European competitions under the new rules. As such, last season could perhaps be…

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July 24, 2011
Ian
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