Tag Archives: football

“Since I was young, I followed them, #ytfc – the team for me”

I’ve got to admit it – “When I was young, I followed AFC Bournemouth”, so I don’t sing the song in the title of this blog. The first time I heard it sung was when Derby did us 3-2 in the … Continue reading

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“If you can’t beat em – eat em” (pt 3)

If you haven’t read previous posts – please click here And if you want to read the Guardian’s attack on British journalism’s blatant xenaphobia click here Of course we will want to demonise Mr Suarez And for most of us … Continue reading

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The magic of the cup!

The magic of the cup is that the fans of the team that lost seem to be the only ones that enjoyed the game Continue reading

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The best fans in the land – #ytfc

In characteristically generous fashion, Yeovil Town  applauded the 2000 travelling Burnley fans at last week’s game at the Huish both at the ground and on twitter afterwards. They were generally acknowledged the loudest we’ve had all season and we are … Continue reading

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Governance = Boring?

You see a lot of this, whatever the sport – (and in business for that matter), the expression of individual talent is suppressed for what is considered the wider good of the team.

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Chelsea versus Tottenham

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Antisocial media

We are surfing the tsunami of social media but fun as it is on the wave, we shouldn’t ignore its destructive capacity. Continue reading

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