Monthly Archives: October 2012

Book Review: ‘Tales from the Vicarage’

‘Tales from the Vicarage’ edited by Lionel Burnie Buy it here…   When journalist Jonathan Wilson launched the new quarterly football magazine ‘The Blizzard’ in early 2011, he wished to provide writers with a platform to tell stories that didn’t quite fit elsewhere. Few newspaper editors were willing to include extended pieces on Yugoslavia’s 6-4 defeat […]

Middlesbrough (H) 06.10.12

There really is never a dull moment to be had at Watford. When it seems the team have started to overcome their inner demons brought about by the takeover and all that came with it, the outside world starts to conspire against them. A first half red card was the catalyst for a great team […]

Dissecting the Game: Charlton (A) 02.10.12

Trying to sum up a match as full of emotion and intensity as last night’s gripping contest was is never easy. Especially when you’re writing the following day, fatigued by a lack of sleep. And even more especially when you forgot to take your notebook to London with you. But allow us to try, as […]