Monthly Archives: November 2011

Stick around: Dortmund fans leave their mark on Arsenal

Tweet It’s almost a week since Borussia Dortmund invaded N4 for their Champions League fixture with Arsenal, but I’m still finding evidence of their visit on the back streets of Finsbury Park. They left their tag everywhere, but instead of … Continue reading

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Are Manchester City the champions of fantasy?

Tweet This article first appeared on The FCF. Manchester City: an affront to fair play or the champions of fantasy Manchester City fans must be savouring their Champions League adventure so far. It wasn’t long ago that glamorous ties in … Continue reading

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Crisis at Watford should be a warning for other clubs

Tweet Regular readers of this blog will know I’m a Watford fan. I try not to write about them very often because there are a number of other writers out there doing a great job, most notably From The Rookery End. … Continue reading

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Wigan Athletic: The Perpetual Rage of Dave Whelan

Tweet This article first appeared on Surreal Football The Perpetual Rage of Dave Whelan. The past few weeks of announcements and proposals coming from the Premier League was like a flurry of punches landing on the bloodied and battered corpse … Continue reading

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Adel Taarabt Burns Brightly After Leaving Tottenham

Tweet For the third installment in this series, I’m pleased to welcome Louisiana’s finest, Jason LeBlanc from Two Hundred Percent. Jason has taken a more thoughtful approach to this concept than focusing on one single event, but in the end … Continue reading

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