Posts made in July, 2011

Is Wrexham FC Hanging By A Thread?

By on Jul 29, 2011 in Finance, Latest | 0 comments

It has been a busy couple of days for sport in Wrexham, but there is very little positivity that we can take from the last forty-eight hours or so. More or less exactly as we were posting our last update, regarding the decision of the Wrexham owner Geoff Moss not to apply for a three year extension to the Super League for his Crusaders Rugby Football League Club,...

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The Dangers Of A European Super League

By on Jul 28, 2011 in English League Football, European Club Football, Latest | 16 comments

The news that the biggest club sides in Europe may be looking to cast UEFA and FIFA aside and form their own breakaway league will come as no great surprise to anybody with even the most cursory knowledge of the modus operandum of those that run said clubs. At height of the FIFA corruption hysteria at the end of May, we noted on this site that, “Who is to say...

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The Twohundredpercent Premier League Previews: Liverpool

By on Jul 28, 2011 in English League Football, Latest | 6 comments

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 close.  Seen as the embodiment...

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The Twohundredpercent Premier League Previews: Fulham

By on Jul 27, 2011 in English League Football, Latest | 1 comment

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 the summer, according to common belief, in full anticipation of...

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Down the Southern Road: End of the Line

By on Jul 27, 2011 in Latest | 0 comments

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 that is anything but tranquil. After a...

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