Monthly Archives: September 2011

Inter: only for the foolish and brave

Tweet The appointment of Claudio Ranieri wasn’t exactly a cause for wild celebration among Interisti. My latest piece for Serie A Weekly reflects on the troubled history of Inter managers over the past two decades. Inter didn’t lend themselves to … Continue reading

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Vote for Regista

Tweet I started Regista last November (2010) and in that short space of time I’ve had thousands of visits to the site and loads of positive feedback. If you’re one of those that enjoyed something I wrote, please vote for … Continue reading

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Four Yorkshiremen: profile of a football league fan.

Tweet A modern lament of the more aged football fan is that the league has become obsessed with money. It is a structure populated by those that have, and those that have not, with little charity on offer for those … Continue reading

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The Coliseum of Scottish Football: Old Hampden Park

Tweet Jesus, this place looks like the most intimidating amphitheatre any footballer ever had to endure. Imagine those vast, endless terraces, crammed with partisan Glaswegian hard cases, smashed up to their eye balls. There can be no doubting the legendary … Continue reading

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Manchester City: when the brand manager is the main problem with the brand, something’s gone wrong.

Tweet It was futile of me to think I could avoid writing anything about someone who has given me plenty of entertainment over the past few years, so here goes. The list of Garry Cook gaffes has been recalled with … Continue reading

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