Monthly Archives: April 2012

Killing Football As Well As Time. A Case Study: Wigan, Chelsea and Madrid

All has been quiet recently on the Big-Man. It has been a strange couple of months for me as a football fan, there has been plenty happening and I have continued to watch far more football than I should, but … Continue reading

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The Comolli Kop-out.

Damien Comolli leaves his post as Liverpool’s Director of Football by mutal consent. ¬†It is widely reported that he was in charge of overseeing transfers since September 2010. ¬†Dalglish speaks of a “fantastic working and personal relationship” and sends him … Continue reading

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Premier League manager of the season – who’s your pick?

As the 2011/2012 Premier League seasons nears its climax, the leading contenders have emerged for the coveted Manager of the Year gongs (the League Managers Association award and the Barclays Manager of the Season award). Of course, the result is … Continue reading

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Do the best sides get favours from referees?

In a week when City seemed to bottle their title tilt and Ferguson cranked up the mind games, people in and around the game looked for a reason (other than that Utd are the best team in the league) why … Continue reading

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