The House That Farke Built: How Norwich City’s Trust in the Deutsch Technique Reaped the Ultimate Reward.

Norwich City’s victory over Blackburn Rovers confirmed their promotion back to the Premier League after a three year absence, following a remarkable season that not even the most optimistic Canaries fan could have predicted. On a shoestring budget, with a squad largely comprised of bargains and academy graduates, head coach Daniel Farke turned the Norfolk […]

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Return of The Dragons: Fans Unite to Bring Barry Town United Back From the Brink of Oblivion.

On April 6th 2013, Barry Town were defeated 2-1 by Prestatyn Town in the semi-finals of the Welsh Cup. It’s one of the few  results that still stands from the Dragons’ 2012/13 season as, a month later, the club’s nefarious owner Stuart Lovering withdrew them from the Welsh Division One, expunging Barry’s season from the […]

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Stop The Revolution: Watford’s Progress Speaks of a Club Who Know When to Stick or Twist.

“Remarkably Javi Gracia is only the bookies fourth favourite in the sack race, with Billy Hill and friends clearly forgetting how ruthless Watford’s owners are. If that straightforward looking start to the season fails to translate into points, then the scramble for the next unknown coach from overseas will begin. In each of the past […]

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Underground, Overground: AFC Wimbledon Put Relegation Fears Aside in a Bid to Make History.

“Sanchez, Cork, Young, and Fashanu in there…SANCHEZ IS IN THERE! AND IT’S A GOAL FOR WIMBLEDON!” The cliché goes that a lot can happen in ninety minutes. At Wembley in the 1988 FA Cup Final, Wimbledon completed their remarkable rise from non-league to surprise cup winners via four promotions in ten years. Lawrie Sanchez’s goal […]

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Billy Sharp’s Circus: An ode to the 20th Century Boy with a 21st Century Record.

In the climactic scene of 90s football and booze flick When Saturday Comes, Jimmy Muir, an amateur footballer who’s overcome his demons and signed up with boyhood club Sheffield United, scores an 89th minute penalty to secure victory for the Blades against Manchester United in an FA Cup semi-final that, for reasons unexplained, was held at Bramall […]

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