The Twohundredpercent Pre-Season Previews: Fait Accompli

By on Aug 13, 2011 in English League Football, Latest, Non-League | 3 comments

As some of the regulars on this site will have been aware for some time now, we have been writing up the pre-season on this site for several weeks now, with the intention of putting the whole thing together as one downloadable PDF file. I’m delighted to be able to confirm that, with a couple of hours left before the start of the Premier League and non-league seasons, it’s finished. We have written an article on each Premier League club, and there are also previews of the three divisions of the Football League, the three divisions of the Football Conference, the Southern League, the Northern Premier League and the Isthmian League. On top of this, there are also reviews of this season’s Premier League kits, some cartoons courtesy of our very own Dotmund and a little something about Scotland. You can see a preview of it below, or alternatively you can click on this link and it should – should – take you through to a page at which you can download it or read it at your leisure, which, since it weighs in at 128 pages, might turn out to be a good idea.



Thanks, by the way, to Rob Freeman, Jenni Silver, Jason LeBlanc, Paul Grech, Ed Carter and Mark Murphy for their contributions to this particular little project.

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  1. Now that, is an incredible body of work. Fantastic. You should make a 6″ hardback twoht opus and sell it for £3 million.


    August 13, 2011

  2. Erm. Six FOOT, not six inches. No-one wil pay £3 million for a six inch book.


    August 13, 2011

  3. A fantastic peice of work.


    August 14, 2011


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