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November 06, 2009

How To Get Into The Premiership And Stay There?

Writing about web page http://www.thefirst90minutes.com/20091102299/football-culture/how-to-get-into-the-premiership-and-stay-there.html

Every single football club wants to know how to get into England’s top football division but only a few teams have managed to realise that achievement. Even fewer of those teams have managed to say there and make a success of their moment at the top table of football action. A quick look at the Premiership tables from the early nineties shows a whole mini league clubs scattered across the other three leagues. One team has even been renamed and now plays their football in the concrete roundabout hell of Milton Keynes.    


May 28, 2009

The Different Types of Relegation

Writing about web page http://www.thefirst90minutes.com/20090526243/football-culture/the-different-types-of-painful-relegation.html

By the time that you read this article, you will know which teams have played their last Premiership game for the foreseeable future. These fans can commiserate with their compatriots of teams like Charlton, Southampton, Norwich, Hereford United, Cheltenham Town, Crewe Alexandra and Northampton Town as well as Luton Town and Chester City.


Michael Owen: The End of an Era?

Writing about web page http://www.thisisanfield.com/columnists/2009/05/michael-owen-the-end-of-an-era

THERE were only three times during the recent Villa versus Newcastle game, when I realised that Michael Owen had actually travelled to the West Midlands for the day. During a game that was mostly a blur in the late May sunshine, the TV camera panned to a morose-looking Owen on the steps of the dugout. After another period of ineffectual Newcastle pressure, I caught Michael Owen doing a gentle jog and star jump routine on the touchline. Then I saw Owen doing a high five with Kevin Nolan before jogging onto the pitch.


May 16, 2009

When Massive Clubs Fall

Writing about web page http://www.thefirst90minutes.com/20090509237/football-culture/when-massive-clubs-fall.html

One of the most interesting aspects about the end to this particular season concerns how not all of the yo-yo clubs have yo-yoed back to the divisions where they were plying their trade during the pre-credit crunch 2007/2008 season. There have been a few exceptions to the rule. Currently, Birmingham City is the most high profile of examples with West Bromwich Albion seemingly about to go the other way into the Championship quagmire


May 01, 2009

Marching On With Saints

Writing about web page http://www.clubfanzine.com/southampton/v2.showNews.php?id=19416

It is a Tuesday evening and the weather has decided to suggest that it could rain, and rain hard, but it has not quite decided to offer any raindrops. It is Champions League Semi Final night between Chelsea and Barcelona and the TV coverage is gradually hyping up the game with a mixture of advert breaks and some close up shots of Thierry Henry.˜It IS Barcelona versus Chelsea" and saying those five words suggests to you that this is a truly showbiz fixture.


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