Monthly Archive: May 2013

The FA’s Betrayal Of Doncaster Rovers Belles 14

The FA’s Betrayal Of Doncaster Rovers Belles

If the Football Association wants to grow women’s football as a spectator sport in England, they might have come up with a better solution that what they have managed so far, which has been a disgrace to its history.

Birmingham City: Peter Pannu Posts – Part One 3

Birmingham City: Peter Pannu Posts – Part One

Birmingham City’s acting chairman Peter Pannu recently responded to media focus on his financial affairs with a lengthy statement on the club’s website. It said much about the man, his attitude and the Blues’ off-field problems – little of it good. Mark Murphy comments on it all.

Ten Scenes From The FA Cup Final 1

Ten Scenes From The FA Cup Final

This afternoon at the – ahem – now “traditional” kick-off time of 5.15, Wigan Athletic and Manchester City will play out the FA Cup Final. So here’s a ten of the best from the tournament’s past.

All’s Fair in Lovering’s War: Barry Town’s Struggle 7

All’s Fair in Lovering’s War: Barry Town’s Struggle

Nearly ten years ago, Barry Town were celebrating their sixth Welsh Cup win at the expense of Cwmbran Town. The end of that very successful era saw a change that would lead the club to a war within and, as it stands today, a fight for their very existence.

The 126th Welsh Cup Final 1

The 126th Welsh Cup Final

The 126th Welsh Cup should be a reason for celebration at the end of a remarkable season for football in Wales. Neil Mace looks at this afternoon’s match at The Racecourse Ground.