Monthly Archives: January 2011

Ian Holloway: the Hypocrite

He without sin shall cast the first stone – and since I’ve never been a football manager today that shall be me. Continue reading

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The cautionary tale of Steve Sidwell

Steve Sidwell’s experience moving to Chelsea should be a somewhat cautionary tale for Charlie Adam Continue reading

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Nobody should be suprised Avram Grant still has a job

Grant now exists in the public eye as a managerial rescue pet – mistreated by every owner he ever had. Continue reading

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Blackpool: Is it approaching midnight for our Cinderella story?

Recent seasons have told us to expect a big drop off in performance from the side promoted through the playoffs and it normally starts about now. Continue reading

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Dann’s injury a huge blow to Birmingham

Declaration of Interest: I am a Birmingham City Fan I really fear that Blues could go down, because Scott Dann has been ruled out for the rest of the season. Scott Dann has been one of the best English Central … Continue reading

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Premier League 1-11s

Henry Winter got excited during the West Ham v Birmingham Carling Cup Semi Final because after Scott Dann was substituted the Birmingham back four were number 2 5 6 3 from RB to LB (Carr, Johnson, Ridgewell, Murphy). It got … Continue reading

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FIFA kicking technology into the long grass

FIFA President Sepp Blatter will view 2010 as one of the high points of his time in office. Blatter was completely vindicated taking the 2010 World Cup to Africa, and he has led the Executive Committee towards two more pioneering … Continue reading

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