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It may be unfair to Dulka Prague fans to say they were more famous for their away kit than anything else. They have after all won 11 League Titles and reached the European Cup semi-final in 1967
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“I still get shivers now thinking about it. We were going mad and I saw Foulkes out of the corner of my eye running behind the goal as if he didn’t know how to celebrate. After Munich, it was right that Foulkes got the goal to put us in the final.”
The Guardian’s Daniel Taylor writes about FC United as we prepare to put the first spade in the ground at our new home in Moston this Sunday…
A Fine Lung issue 11 and T-shirts will be on sale at FC United of Manchester’s match this weekend.
Reds make their own history, but not in circumstances of their own making
Course You Can Malcolm has got its acts together.
The Manchester club night at the wrong end of the tramline, takes place before and during FC United of Manchester home games in the shite bar behind …
A cracking piece from BBC Sport:
United’s coach driver was on the City bench, while on the pitch there were 10 home-grown talents and only one foreign player: it is fair to say that the last …
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Come and celebrate love and unity in a way only Manchester can. Just try to ignore the fact we’ll be doing it in Bury. Oh and it’s FA Cup day…
Daniel Taylor of The Guardian looks at the shitstorm Fergie’s new book could cause, and concludes everyone’s favourite champagne socialist will still be bitter at those of us who stood up to the Glazers:
A few …
Having already served time in jail for tweeting about bombing mosques and cutting muslim children’s heads off, while stating his support for the English Defence League and the BNP, Tuck breached his club’s ‘second chance’ agreement requiring him to stay off social media sites.
Saturday’s CYCM sees the return of the ever popular Westwells tater ash, cheese & onion pies and wimberry charlottes.
The veggie hotdog kettle makes its bow for the season and there’ll be a selection of treats …
STRIKER Shaun Tuck has written an open letter following Witton Albion’s announcement that he will continue to play football for them following a jail sentence.
The Monty Python song has been adapted by some who chant “Always Look on the Runway for Ice” while Reel to Reel’s 90s dance track has been switched to “I Like to Munich, Munich”.
It’s the eternal problem of the football supporter. We hold vast power in the game, but will never wield it because petty rivalries and ingrained bigotries mean more to us than facing up to the real enemies of football.
The Chadderton Evening News get giddier than Danny Dyer having a night in watching Green Street, with their latest non-story:
A shock dossier compiled by the M.E.N. reveals that the menace of football hooliganism is far …
Football and that…
Liverpool’s list of what is “usually offensive and the club considers unacceptable” has been given to all full-time and casual members of staff who have contact with the public on matchdays or on a daily basis.
The majority of backwards seem unmoved by the fact their owners are linked to human rights abuses.
By David Conn in The Guardian: