Birmingham City: The Receivers Take Control

Birmingham City: The Receivers Take Control

So. Farewell, then. Peter Pannu. This time, for good and forever. Probably. Receivers are now in charge of Birmingham International Holdings (BIH), the Hong Kong-based corporate soap opera that is Birmingham City FC’s parent company. And these are the best two pieces...
The 200% Podcast 4: Experimental Law Changes

The 200% Podcast 4: Experimental Law Changes

It’s now one hundred and fifty-two years since the Football Association first met and codified the rules of the game that we still play today, and the promise of further amendments to the way in which the game is played has been constant throughout its history....
The Last Of The Old Order: Part One, August

The Last Of The Old Order: Part One, August

We do love a good series here on Twohundredpercent, for the next few weeks, every Friday we will be telling the story of the 1991/92 Football League Division One season. This was, of course, the last season of the old order – the Premier Leaague, born with the...
When Football Was Good, Part 2

When Football Was Good, Part 2

MAURICE MALPAS Full back. Born 3rd August 1962, Dunfermline. Clubs: Dundee United (1979-2000). League appearances: 617. League goals: 20. Domestic honours: Scottish League Championship 1982/83; Scottish Cup 1994. European honours: UEFA Cup finalist 1987. International...
Chris Graham: The Rangers NED

Chris Graham: The Rangers NED

The role of non-executive director is rather more serious than the abbreviation “NED” suggests. This is particularly true in Scotland…currently for two reasons. Because “ned” in Scotland is a derogatory term often said to be short for “non-educated delinquent.” And...
The Feyenoord Charity Smear

The Feyenoord Charity Smear

The Scottish mainstream media (SMSM) has taken a comprehensive booting in recent years for misreading the Rangers story, old and new. However, new lows were reached with coverage of a visit by fans of Dutch club Feyenoord to Glasgow from February 27th to March 1st. In...