Jon Keen was at the PFA awards on Sunday night to see an unusual choice of comedian kick up a wholly predictable fuss amongst the jerking knees of English football and its media.
Monthly Archive: April 2013
Both of this year’s Blue Square Bet Premier play-off final competitors, Newport County and Wrexham, provide proof that no matter how bad things might get for a football club, the possibility of turning things around is always there.
This time last year, Wolverhampton Wanders was, nominally at least, still a Premier League club. Their supporters are now having to come to terms with the prospect of League One football next season.
At the end of a difficult second season in the Football League, AFC Wimbledon managed to avoid the cut by the skin of their teeth. We take a look at a tense afternoon at the bottom of League Two.
Six years after reforming following a financial collapse, Farnborough FC have collapsed into administration.
The acquisition of a small number of shares by the club’s Supporters Trust might mean a change in fortune for fans of the struggling Championship club.
The hedge-fund’s latest round of legal action threatens opening a can of worms that could have implications for more clubs than just Coventry City.
The end of the Premier League season needs some controversy of some description, and Luis Suarez is a man custom-built to provide it.
An ongoing struggle with the local council has now reached an inevitable conclusion, and Barnet Football Club will be playing in Harrow from the start of next season.
The debate over the future of Scottish football continues to spiral towards some sort of critical mass, but what are the motives behind those shouting the loudest at the moment?