Monthly Archives: July 2012

What recession? Arsenal top the extortion table

Tweet You’ve probably noticed that the economy isn’t looking so hot right now. Britain is experiencing its worst financial crisis since the 1930’s, jobs are scarce and household debt is the highest it’s been for decades. A chaffing squeeze on our finances, but this … Continue reading

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Alex Ferguson’s incomprehensible loyalty to the Glazers

Tweet It is said that people naturally become more conservative as they get older. The closer we are to death, the more we focus on preserving our own lot. Pensioners aren’t interested in revolution. It might be utter bollocks, of … Continue reading

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The saviour of English football

Tweet Back when I started watching Watford (circa 1990) they had a forward called Paul Wilkinson. He cut a striking figure, with his mullet and moustache combination, and during these early years he was a favourite of mine. He looked … Continue reading

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Why Watford made sense for Pozzo

Tweet I’ve been away, now I’m back. What the hell has been going on in my beloved corner of Hertfordshire? Sean Dyche sacked, Bassini gone, the Pozzo family have bought the club, and Zola appointed as manager. Here’s my take … Continue reading

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