Conversations with Stan Horne (Manchester City, Aston Villa and Fulham)

Posted by on Jan 18, 2012 in Conversations with | 2 Comments
Conversations with Stan Horne (Manchester City, Aston Villa and Fulham)

With the fallout from recent incidents involving Luis Suarez and Patrice Evra, and John Terry and Anton Ferdinand, dominating the back pages, racism in English football is once again a hot topic. An opportune time, then, to ask Stan Horne about (among other things) his experiences as the first ever black player for a trio of current Premier League clubs: Villa, Fulham and his beloved Man City.

BW: Did …

Conversations with Andrew Harding (Shrewsbury Town)

Posted by on Jan 11, 2012 in Conversations with | One Comment
Conversations with Andrew Harding (Shrewsbury Town)

In our first Conversations post of 2012, I speak with Salop fan Andrew Harding about the quality of this year’s crop and whether the club’s move out of town to the New Meadow has been a success, amongst other things.

Andrew can be tracked on twitter via @andrewcharding, or at his own website.

LL: Shrewsbury were acknowledged in various season previews as likely ‘there or thereabouts’ candidates …

Conversations with Max Bell (Scunthorpe United)

Posted by on Dec 23, 2011 in Conversations with | One Comment
Conversations with Max Bell (Scunthorpe United)

The latest in our conversations series is an important one in that it features a supporter of the only Championship club to break even in 2010-11, Scunthorpe United. After our re-launch in January, we hope to increase the amount of attention paid to the financial ills of the game and as Max Bell states below — success on the pitch is no proper substitute for sustainability long term. Max

Conversations with Steve Welsh (Middlesbrough)

Posted by on Nov 15, 2011 in Conversations with | No Comments
Conversations with Steve Welsh (Middlesbrough)
The latest in our Conversations series sees us entering into discussions with Steve Welsh. An avid Middlesbrough fan, Steve is the deviser of Miniboro.com, a site that has attracted equal praise for its content and design – for Steve is as talented an illustrator as there is in the blogosphere at this time. Here, Steve ponders the Teesside club’s tentatively encouraging start to the 2011-12 season and provides

Conversations with Paul Binning (Bristol City)

Posted by on Oct 5, 2011 in Conversations with | 2 Comments
Conversations with Paul Binning (Bristol City)

Following Keith Millen’s exit from the managerial post at Bristol City earlier this week, we are very pleased to welcome Paul Binning for our latest interview. Paul trades under the name @cider1977 on Twitter and runs the consistently enjoyable blog, The Exiled Robin. He also contributes a regular feature on social media and football that appears in the Bristol City matchday programme and I was lucky enough to

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