Pressure?

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By Fatman On The Lower Centenary, Issue 55, Winter 2002 So, I’m sitting there watching the Leeds game with an Evertonian, the camera focuses on Houllier several times through the first half, and the blue

November 2002

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1st November: Oh God. Houllier manager of the month? I can only remember two: Dec 1999, followed by defeat to Spurs, FA Cup defeat to Blackburn and home draw with Boro’. And March 2002: out

October 2002

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29th September: Only just hearing about Sir Exlax and his boast about “knocking Liverpool off their fucking perch”. He’s all charm isn’t he? For the record, we weren’t knocked off anything – we abdicated, before

Editorial – Issue 58, Autumn 2002

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By Steve Kelly From Issue 58, Autumn 2002 You didn’t really believe all that “early Autumn issue” bollocks, did you? Oh dear, so sorry about that. I’m trying to sort out a new flat, and

In every dream home a heartache

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By Colin Moneyepenny From Issue 58, Autumn 2002 Possibly it was Kevin Sampson who, I can recall reading in TTW&R a couple of years ago, came up with the scenario of a shining new downtown

Teacher knows best?

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By Fatman on the Lower Centenary From Issue 57, Summer 2002 I hate being patronised. Whether it’s in work, in social situations, or by complete strangers. It just gets to me. I have been a

A new Korea in a new town (or Klose but no cigar)

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By Colin McCabe and Eddie Gough From Issue 57, Summer 2002 So, another World Cup passes and we await the next one. Both major terrestrial channels fought over the spoils and made an excellent job

Editorial – Issue 57, Summer 2002

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By Steven Kelly From Issue 57, Summer 2002 Must we? Oh well, if we must. I’ll plaster a smile onto my face and plough through this shit one more time………WELCOME! To a brand new season

Life ain’t easy for a rat-faced boy

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By Jimmy Conway and Steven Kelly From Issue 57, Summer 2002 Has the phrase “winning ugly” ever seemed more appropriate now that we’re about to sign Lee Bowyer? This is a sad time for our