Monthly Archives: August 2011

Remembering Fantasy Football

Tweet Ah, the 1990’s. So many memories. The excellent football site, The Equaliser, has been collating many of them recently as part of its 90’s month. When I think about football in this decade, my own stream of consciousness is … Continue reading

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Stoke City: traveller be ye warned, here be monsters.

Tweet The case for and against Stoke City has become increasingly exaggerated since their promotion to the Premier League. They are painted as destroyers of football, or the perfect example of how to establish a less fancied club in the … Continue reading

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The American Outlaws taking football to the masses

Tweet I’ve been writing a bit about football in America recently, and my latest piece for In Bed With Maradona is an introduction to a grass roots supporters’ movement called the American Outlaws. I recommend you read the article to … Continue reading

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New football cartoon blog: the Sunshine Room

Tweet I’ve just discovered this excellent new online football cartoon blog called the Sunshine Room – I recommend you give it some of your time. The latest entry – ‘a sarcastic cartoon about West Ham’ – is superb. Tweet

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Football pundits: a less than magnificent seven

Tweet Thanks to the broadcasters, a legion of ex-footballer pundits are actually paid real money to torture the minds of unfortunate viewers. As the new season approaches, remind yourself of their respective talents, and be afraid. This is England’s very … Continue reading

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