Monthly Archive: September 2011

Yesterday In Plymouth: Heaney’s ‘Last’ Hurrah? 8

Yesterday In Plymouth: Heaney’s ‘Last’ Hurrah?

Yesterday in Plymouth, ‘Cornish-based property developer’ Kevin Heaney appeared to have a bluff called, ‘Devon- based entrepreneur’ James Brent appeared to be a favourite once again to buy Argyle Football Club, and the Football...

Everton’s Union Blues 26

Everton’s Union Blues

Three years ago, the publication of accounts for the holding companies of Arsenal and Everton provided a stark contrast between clubs who were, at the time covered by those accounts, three places apart in...

A Welsh Premier League Odyssey: Part Two 7

A Welsh Premier League Odyssey: Part Two

Just a couple of weeks ago, Neil Mace was a Welsh Premier League virgin. Last weekend, he continued his discovery of the Welsh national league with a trip to Port Talbot. There’s no escaping...

Match Of The Midweek: England 1-0 Wales 6

Match Of The Midweek: England 1-0 Wales

There are empty seats at Wembley this evening. The FA’s hyperbolic per-match ticket advertising for this match may have made inferences to this being the match that everybody wants to see, but the fact...

Flaking Out the SPL 0

Flaking Out the SPL

Typically the quality of a pie, whether savoury and sweet, tends to be judged first on the crust. After all, this is the first thing you see before considering purchasing a pie, the contents...