The 200% Podcast 13: FOUL!
The Power Of Discretion And Why Guidelines Are… King
Steven Gerrard, The Media & Liverpool’s Structural Issues
The Twohundredpercent Podcast LIVE!
Where, Exactly, Do Queens Park Rangers Go From Here?
End Of Season Ennui
The 200% Podcast 12 – General Election Special
Saturday Night On Channel Five For The Football League
The Decline & Fall Of Leyton Orient
Rape, Disrespect & Fury: The Oyston Family & Blackpool FC
Is It Time For A New Football Club For Newcastle?
Tranmere Rovers & Cheltenham Town Stare Into The Abyss
The tension is unbearable. It’s the last day of the season in the Scottish Premier League and Heart of Clackmannannshire need a win in their final match in order to avoid relegation. Unsurprisingly, nothing goes quite according to plan (though, ironically, it does all go according to the script – make of that what you wish). This week’s edition of “Shit Shot Mungo”, by the way, is the last in the present series, but don’t despair, because over the summer we will be running weekly excerpts from the (made-up) magazine “SUBSTITUTE!”, which will feature interviews, profiles and pictures of all your Heart of Clackmannannshire favourites. Apparently. I have also been asked to point out that, should you wish to purchase a piece of genuine Mungo artwork, you can do so here. Perfect for putting on your living room wall, selling on Ebay at a massive profit, giving to a charity shop or as kindling for fires. The bigger version of this week’s Mungo is available here.
Ian began writing Twohundredpercent in May 2006. He lives in Brighton. He has also written for, amongst others, Pitch Invasion, FC Business Magazine, The Score, When Saturday Comes, Stand Against Modern Football and The Football Supporter. Ian was the first winner of the Socrates Award For Not Being Dead Yet at the 2010 NOPA awards for football bloggers.
No more for ages?!
Bah, Shit Shot Mungo was something I always looked forward to on a Thursday…
Keep the faith, imitationleather, Shit Shot Mungo is going to go positively postal over the summer.