Posts Tagged "Leeds United"

Football’s Values: Unethical, Dishonourable or Ill-Advised?

By on May 20, 2011 in English League Football, Latest | 8 comments

Currently appearing in the high court are an ex-Pompey director, past owner and recent manager on various charges of tax-evasion. Charged with fraud and unfair trading practices at  court an ex-Cardiff City director and Plymouth chairman, whilst at Wrexham a consortium containing a solicitor debarred on eighteen counts attempts a take over. That’s just so far this...

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Bates’ Caterwauling Doesn’t Disguise Questions That Should Be Answered

By on May 5, 2011 in English League Football, Latest | 4 comments

At least Ken Bates now knows who owns the club he’s chaired for the last half-decade, as he’ll have written their name on the cheque for the “undisclosed sum” which has bought him majority ownership of Leeds United. Unless, of course, he’s just put a blank cheque in an envelope, addressed it to “Leeds United’s beneficial owners, Cayman Islands, West Indies” and...

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Celebrating Football’s Greatest Chairman

By on Apr 1, 2011 in English League Football, Latest | 5 comments

With the recent protests against the government so far peaking with half a million protestors marching with the TUC to Hyde Park last Saturday, we have decided here at twohundredpercent that we will spend April looking at some of the figures within football who have sought to smash the system over the years. Later in the month Gavin will express his admiration for...

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Cafe Calcio On Twohundredpercent: Football Impressionism And The Psychology Of Wimbledon

By on Mar 18, 2011 in History, Latest | 1 comment

Cafe Calcio is back on London’s Resonance FM this evening at nine o’clock, and you can join Chris Dixon, David Stubbs and Chris Roberts live this evening by clicking here. Alternatively, should you wish to catch the repeat of it, this will be on tomorrow (Saturday) morning at eleven o’clock. Should you be unable to make either of these dates, you...

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