Monthly Archives: November 2010

Why England shouldn’t play FIFA’s game

I didn’t watch last night’s Panorama investigation into corruption within FIFA (I, like most rational people, was watching El Clasico on Sky instead) but I didn’t need to. The main point was that FIFA officials use and abuse their position … Continue reading

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Lincs of the week

Firstly, the BBC’s highlights of our 3-1 win over Hereford, you’ll have to tell me if the goals were any good because I’m posting from mobile internet so have essentially been thrown back into the dark ages. Secondly, a great … Continue reading

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Imps 3-1 Hereford – reactions roundup

City recorded their third win in a row earlier, I was out, let’s see what liveblogging phenomenon Twitter had to say: My dad: Best game in years at The Bank…can’t believe these are the same players The University of Lincoln’s student … Continue reading

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The Bastardi – the secret rulers of football

In Tim Parks’ excellent book A Season With Verona the reader is introduced to a shadowy cabal of highly influential people who secretly control football for the benefit of Juventus, Inter, Vicenza, Chievo, Atalanta, Roma, all clubs from the south…everyone … Continue reading

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Dizzy new heights

How sweet does that look? At half time today, 1-0 down at Morecambe and with other results not going out way, we were bottom of the league. Now were are, er, not. Moses Swaibu and Ashley Grimes get credit for … Continue reading

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Ben Hutchinson and the worst fans in the world

Ben Hutchinson is our top scorer this season. As accolades go, that’s like being the most intelligent member of the Jersey Shore cast, but we’ll bypass that and get to the real issue. The real issue being that during our abject … Continue reading

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A life sentence

I support Lincoln City. I see it as a life sentence. Aptly described by The Guardian as one of England’s “traditionally least successful clubs” earlier this year, following the Imps is not advised if you want any of the following: Good football Trophies … Continue reading

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