Did you know that Sir Alex Ferguson still doubts his tactical nous? The headline leaves
no room for doubt: "Sir Alex Ferguson: I still doubt my tactical nous". I find this sad. Sir Alex
would seem to have it all: a long record of championships, a range of expensive outerwear, a ruddy
Glaswegian complexion, a knighthood but if you can't trust in your own nous, what is it
all worth, really?
We're back this week with the U.S. broadcast schedule for the beautiful game over the weekend.
Next week, with the return of the Italian Serie A and Spanish La Liga, we will bring back our Top
Five Matches of the Weekend. For now, you can make your own such list.
We were hoping to bring this list to you earlier, but in classic ESPN (not to be confused with
ESPN Classic) fashion, the network has yet to finalize the schedule on all of its networks even
though it is Friday afternoon.
A quick follow-up thought to my post earlier today on the forthcoming paywall being erected at
The Times how will the next generation of readers discover the newspaper's content and
quality? Â Articles aren't even able to found on Google. Nobody will Â be tweeting links to
Ahh Seator. He is one of them players that seems to have been around for donkeys years. He probably
has. Keeping track of his career is like trying to keep track of Lesser Spotted Bearded Wagtails.
You know they're out there but buggered if you know where at any moment in time.
I first came across the Liberian striker with Persija.
Much love to those who stopped by to post comments over the last week while there was not much
posting going on. There's plenty of stuff that came up while I was gone, and I promise I'll try get
to it all eventually.
In the meantime, I've been wanting to put together a retrospective of the site in what was really
its first year of consistent activity, and perhaps introduce newer readers to posts they might have
Two fantasy footie managers spotted on holiday in Hawaii
The paparazzi were out in full force last month in Maui, and this image landed in our mailbox. I
guess the Never Captain Nicky Butt Store is quite the exciting marketplace after all.Â
According to our analytics, we thought our fledgling T-shirt store was about as popular as Google
searches for "nude pictures of Sheikh Mansour Bin Zayed Al Nahyan" but we have been proven wrong.
Okay, 'fess up. Which of you got here by googling "David Beckham's [man-part]?" Except
that the search phrase wasn't actually [man-part]. It was the five-letter word that starts with
"p" and rhymes with "seen us," which I can't type here, especially above the
jump, because my husband finds it amusing that I write for [.