The Twohundredpercent Magazine: September 2016
Good evening everybody. Subscribers to the Twohundredpercent e-magazine will have heard the gentle plop of an attachment hitting their inbox this evening, with the issue of the eighth publication. It’s a few days late again, unfortunately, but not as late as last month’s (!) and this month we feature Brian Clough, a brief history of goalkeeper’s gloves, play-offs, and Kelvin MacKenzie. A mixed bag, indeed.
As some of you may already be aware, we’ve started to make the older editions of this magazine available for you to download. This month’s is the second edition, from September of last year. This edition featured a tribute to the rakish shirt worn by the Caribous of Colorado, a profile of the legendary coach Helenio Herreira, a lengthy explanation of how, in an ideal world professional football could reform itself, a look at FIFA’s ongoing issues with racism, a brief history of floodlights, Stanley Matthews, a look back at what Match Of The Day looked like in 1981, and a broadside at the concept of football tournaments having anthems, for Christ’s sake.
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