Posts made in 2013

Bundesliga Week 16 Round Up: Frankfurt win at Leverkusen

Bundesliga Week 16 Round Up: Frankfurt win at Leverkusen

By on Dec 15, 2013 in Bundesliga, Latest | 0 comments

Let us begin at the bottom as there have been some interesting results for Bundesliga’s struggling teams, one of which had a minor impact on the title race. Last season, Eintracht Frankfurt were promoted to the first division after a one season absence and bounced back dramatically by qualifying for the Europa League. This season they topped Group F of that...

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Birmingham City: Carson In Court & Paladini In Panto

Birmingham City: Carson In Court & Paladini In Panto

By on Dec 14, 2013 in Finance, Latest | 2 comments

In May, I wrote parts one and two of an article on Birmingham City’s multi-titled, multi-remunerated Peter Pannu. And I promised a part three. Only last week did I realise that part three never made it from my clapped-out PC to the site. And the article, along with my research notes, disappeared into clapped-out PC-heaven. Well, my clapped-out PC is a little less...

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Hull City’s Assem Allam Is A Symptom Of A Broader Problem

Hull City’s Assem Allam Is A Symptom Of A Broader Problem

By on Dec 12, 2013 in Latest, Politics | 4 comments

There’s an attempt at a coup d’etat going on in football in this country at the moment, and it feels as if point is rapidly approaching at which supporters of all hues will draw a line in the sand and say “enough.” Indeed, that point may already have been reached this week with the confirmation that, having originally promised that there...

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Time For The Fish To Come Home: The Return Of Fisher FC

Time For The Fish To Come Home: The Return Of Fisher FC

By on Dec 12, 2013 in Latest, Non-League | 3 comments

For a long time, the Surrey Docks Stadium in Bermondsey has been one of East London’s sorrier sights. Although only built in 1982, it fell vacant when the football club that called it home, Fisher Athletic, moved away in 2004 to ground-share at Dulwich Hamlet, and the fortunes of the club and its former home came to mirror each other over the subsequent years....

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