Monthly Archive: June 2012

A New Dawn For Wycombe Wanderers 0

A New Dawn For Wycombe Wanderers

The timing of the announcement, coming as it did on a Friday evening, might have been a little unusual, but there can be no doubting that the take-over of Wycombe Wanderers Football Club by...

Which Way Now For Scottish Football? 10

Which Way Now For Scottish Football?

While the European Championships have been chugging along neatly in the forefront of most peoples minds over the last couple of weeks or so, football in Scotland has reached a crossroads, the ramifications of...

Match Of The Past: Reading FC 0

Match Of The Past: Reading FC

Reading FC will start their second spell in the Premier League next season having emerged from the pack in the Championship to lift the title by a single, solitary point. This, however, is a...

David Beckham Misses The Olympic Cut 1

David Beckham Misses The Olympic Cut

People may, as we speak, be lighting candles outside Leytonstone Town Hall this afternoon. David Beckham, one of the more public faces of the London bid to host this summers Olympic games found out...

Truro Citys Unexpected £700,000 Headache 2

Truro Citys Unexpected £700,000 Headache

The end of last summer didn’t work out too well for Kevin Heaney, the property-developing owner of Blue Square Bet South side Truro City, when his attempts to by Plymouth Argyle out of administration...

England At Euro 2012: A “Neutral” Speaks 5

England At Euro 2012: A “Neutral” Speaks

Eamon Dunphy got it right. The “outspoken” pundit for Irish state television (RTE) said on Saturday night that “England won’t score, they have no creative players…it’ll go to penalties and Italy will go through.”...

Match Of The Past: Southampton 0

Match Of The Past: Southampton

Continuing our summer series of highlights of matches from days gone by, this morning we turn our attention to one of this years newcomers to the Premier League, Southampton. Well, we say “newcomers,” but...

Time To Put Co-Commentators Out To Pasture 18

Time To Put Co-Commentators Out To Pasture

In the excellent football anthology “My Favourite Year,” the novelist and biographer DJ Taylor describes an emergency public meeting held after a boardroom putsch did for the previous chairman Sir Arthur South and installed...

The Chips Are Down In Pompey Roulette 6

The Chips Are Down In Pompey Roulette

Pompey Supporters’ Trust have made their bid for the club. Pause to take in the enormity of that statement. This is possibly one of the biggest steps taken in the history of the Trust...