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The 200% Football Podcast 5 – The Race For The Championship Championship

Good morning everybody, it’s time for another podcast. This morning, we’re veering away from our normal tactics of just picking a nebulous subject and waffling about it for an hour, but this week’s is a little more current event-esque, as we discuss the race at the top of the Football League Championship. There are also...

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March 21, 2015
Ian

The Last Of The Old Order: Part Two – September 1991

September 1991, the second month of the last season before the introduction of the Premier League, began with Manchester United looking comfortable at the top of the First Division. We’ve got the highlights from every Saturday of the month, along with some midweek league matches and even some early fixtures from the League Cup, which...

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March 20, 2015
Ian

When Football Was Good: Part 3

TONY DALEY Winger. Born 18th October 1967, Birmingham. Clubs: Aston Villa (1985-1994); Wolverhampton Wanderers (1994-1998); Watford (1998-1999); Walsall (1999); Forest Green Rovers (1999-2002). League appearances: 340. League goals: 41. Domestic honours: 1994 League Cup. International honours: 7 England caps (1991-1992). Tony Daley was little, had mad hair and was fast. Fast in a way that...

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March 20, 2015
Ted

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 of off-field news Blues fans have had in years. On St Valentine’s Day,...

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March 18, 2015
Mark

The 200% Football 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. This week, Edward Carter and I take a look...

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March 14, 2015
Ian

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 honours: 55 Scotland caps (1984-1992). Maurice Malpas played for Dundee United and no-one else. Even his underwear is tangerine and...

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March 13, 2015
Ted

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 because Rangers Football Club needs almost nothing less than the appointment of a “ned” as...

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March 12, 2015
Mark
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