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Just a quickie again, this evening. I’ve got a lot of reading to do ahead of the World Club Championships. Is it a year already? In memorial of this, I have decided that I will continue to update this blog at Ole Ole. You can see it here. I may even move the whole thing…
Not for the first time over the course of the last few months, my thoughts have been turning back to Enfield again over the course of the day. Some of you will already have read it, but for those of you that haven’t, here it is again: Enfield 1-0 Lincoln City – FA Trophy Quarter-Final…
Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester United and Chelsea all won over the course of the weekend. Derby lost. Spurs conceded a goal in the last minute and lost at home. Newcastle lost. Business, then, as usual in the all-singing, all-dancing Premier League this weekend. Alex McLeish must be wondering what all the fuss is about, having started…
Something to depress you and something to cheer you up this evening. First up, some of you may remember when we had a look at what was going on at Aylesbury United earlier in the year. Well, they’re still homeless and this is what their former home, Buckingham Road, looks like now. Sorry stuff. On…
It all started because I had nothing better to do. It was Saturday lunchtime and, on a whim, I had decided to go to the football. With South-West London looking like a little bit too much like hard work and the Albion playing away from home, a trip to Lewes seemed like the ideal solution….
It’s Friday night, and it’s the Second Round of the FA Cup. I’m watching the match between Horsham and Swansea City as we speak, so here are some choice highlights of other stories that have grabbed my attention. – The Guardian’s “Six Of The Best” series takes a look at commentators, which has reminded me…
I’m having a rare night off tonight, to refresh my frazzled batteries. So, I’m giving this place over the good people at Sportsfreak for their analysis of the current travails of the New Zealand football team. They could be set to make the World Cup Finals for the first time in nearly three decades. On…