Yesterday, between fifty and one hundred Norwich City fans travelled from across the US to Al Lang Stadium in St. Petersburg, Florida. Two weeks prior, the club announced they would hold an open training session “allowing football supporters in the area a chance to meet the Norwich City players” at the home of the Tampa Bay Rowdies. The date for the […]
Two exhilarating Championship wins but a failed Premier League survival strategy
My affection for the US political drama The West Wing is limitless. It is impeccably written, highly intelligent, and often prophetic. It also introduced to me the term “The Lame Duck Senate”. These are Senators that have been voted out but remain in power until the new senate is sworn in. It is customary that […]
Mission Accomplished? Is there a desire to stay in the Prem?
April 27th, 2019: Champagne corks popped and the party began. With sighs of relief aplenty, the board ensured not just one successful season, but two (2018/19 and 2019/20). For the goals of “the project” are clear and by all measurable standards this season the project has been a success. The board were forthright on their […]
It’ll be football but not as we know it. And, yes, we do have to be led by the science
I am not a clinician, biologist, or epidemiologist. I am not employed by a government agency (foreign or domestic), a sports authority, or the travel industry. I ‘do’ websites. Yet, I was warning my parents not to travel to abroad, had boxes of food in the basement, and foresaw the cancelling of fixtures, all weeks […]