Posts Tagged "Barnet"

Of Snow, Wind, Rain, Ice & Men

Of Snow, Wind, Rain, Ice & Men

By on Jan 2, 2014 in Latest, Opinion | 0 comments

We’re well past the initial point at which the weather has started to play merry havoc with the football season, and it was most likely this – a rash of cancellations following the latest round of storms and high winds – combined with New Year’s Day hangovers which combined to give BT Sport a record high television audience for its live match...

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Barnet Bid An Emotional Farewell After 106 Years At Underhill

By on Apr 21, 2013 in Latest, Politics | 1 comment

It always used to be one of English football’s more idiosyncratic, an underground train on the Northern Line, emerging from the darkness and speeding through the identikit suburbia of North London to High Barnet. Once alighted from the train, you are thrust into a world of curious angles. The steep hill into the town centre to one side, and the curiously...

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100 Owners: No.99 – Stan Flashman (Barnet)

By on May 15, 2012 in History, Latest | 5 comments

There was always something inherently contradictory about Stan Flashman. He is, perhaps, best┬áremembered as the “King Of The Touts” (often with the prefix “Self-Styled” attached to it), but when he craved respectability he would rebrand himself as a “Ticket Broker.” Ultimately, though, he himself stated that he didn’t care...

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Barnet Prepare To Leave Underhill

By on Dec 15, 2011 in English League Football, Latest | 1 comment

After one hundred and four years, the end now seems to be nigh for Underhill, the home of Barnet Football Club. An official statement on the clubs website this afternoon confirmed that “The stark reality is that as a consequence of unresolved ground differences with the council, Barnet FC face the prospect of a reduced footprint next season and an end to their...

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