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PATRONISING FEMALE FANS NOT MY CUP OF T

25 July 2014

I TRY not to go on Facebook too much these days. At this precise moment, it’s to avoid the aggressively upbeat ‘Three Positives for Three Days’ thing, which everyone seems to be getting on board with (It’s great that you feel blessed because you’ve …
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INTERVIEW: ASHWELL PRICE

9 July 2014

SOON the World Cup will be over and the start of the season is still over a month away. So how are we supposed to get our fix of sport in the mean time? Well for those of us based …
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THE WORLD CUP PLAN

28 May 2014

THEY’VE played the season out in Lisbon. Angel Di Maria marvellous, Diego Simeone magnificent, Diego Godin’s hairline a thing of minimalist beauty. I can’t stop thinking about Godin. The receding hairline the Spanish equivalent of Derek Mountfield’s moustache. I want …
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SCUDAMORE, BANTER, WOMEN AND FOOTBALL

23 May 2014

ALISON McGOVERN, Labour MP for Wirral South, says the Richard Scudamore sexism row presents wider questions about women and football BANTER.  The modern term for the age-old phenomena of joking around on the verge of acceptability. Yep, this article is about …
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RESPECT, ROBERTO

16 April 2014

by IAN SALMON IT’S the small moments that give you the true measure of a man. Leaving The Kop at the end of the memorial service via Back Rockfield Road (go on then, it’s the alley way down to ‘The’Arry’) …
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What Have You Done In The Last 25 Years?

13 April 2014

By Amy Lawrence WALKING up Wembley way, en route to an FA Cup semi-final in an all-seater stadium for an all-ticket match, it was impossible not to take a moment to look back. What have you done in the last …
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TAW AWARDS AND END OF SEASON PARTY

8 April 2014

WE’RE GOING TO HAVE A PARTY…. Oh we are. What a season it has been. What a season. Heads have gone, shirts have come off, your heart won’t stop pounding. You can’t think of anything else. From now until May …
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THE NATIONAL: A GRAND DAY OUT

28 March 2014

NEVER been to Aintree? You can bet you’re missing out, says MIKE NEVIN. ORGANISED horse racing in the UK predates professional football by more than 100 years and the Grand National – first run officially at Aintree in 1839 and …
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Petrenko’s Elgar 5/3/14 Review

6 March 2014

I HATE “I might not know art, but I know what I like.” I hate that. “I might not know art, but I know what I like.” But also – you do know art. You might not know all the …
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INTERVIEW: MICK HEAD

26 February 2014

THIRTY one years after The Pale Fountains released their debut single Something On My Mind – and seven since the last Shack album, The Corner of Miles and Gil – Mick Head is back: gigging, releasing an EP and planning an album with The Red …
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MERSEY PARADISE LOST: A LESSON FROM HISTORY

26 February 2014

IT might be the dullest smartarse pub quiz question in the world. Which professional club’s ground is closest to the Mersey? Astonish your friends by revealing it’s Stockport County. Then look deep in their eyes and realise how little they …
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