The Last Roman – Part 32: Euro 2008 Special | @FMCM_FC

Hello everyone and welcome to Spain for Euro 2008. The less said about the season we’ve just had with Roma the better. Hopefully Italy can give us some good news. We’ve won 2 World Cups so far but we couldn’t even get out of the group in the last Euros so we are aiming to get out the group as a bare minimum this time. We are in a group with Iceland, Greece & Croatia so it shouldn’t be a problem.

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World According to Warnock Episode 15 | London Nightlife | @CornishZak

Hello Warnock loathers… Last time out Niall’s Cheltenham started an ascent up the table. Can we continue the climb?

We start with a league game at Darlington. A double-red card for Darlo in the first half effectively sees the game off for them. We can’t score more than a penalty rebound, but it’s enough to secure a 1-0 win.

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The Last Roman – Part 31: Rome Is Falling | @FMCM_FC

Happy Tuesday all. We are back in Rome. Totti is leading the charge again. Last season we finished 2nd behind a rampant Torino side who blew everyone away. We have a chance in the Champions League again. If we can avoid Barcelona that would be nice. Let’s dive in.


Before we kick off just a quick note to say Totti was named European Footballer of the year again and Football Writers player of the year again as well. What a player!

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World According to Warnock Episode 14 | Stan ft. Deano | @CornishZak

Welcome back, Warnock-loathers. It’s the 2001-02 season, Niall Warnock is in Cheltenham, there’s no Mike Duff and form is proving hard to come-by. Let’s go!

Here’s how the squad is looking twelve games in; Loanee’s Alex Inglethorpe and Russel Anderson are joined by Hernan Hreidarsson and Tim Sherwood.

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Playing All The Way – Leeds United P01: Dusting Off The Boots

I’m back again for your reading displeasure. Leeds United? Everyone’s favourites right…as ever after finding it a good laugh bringing Keegan’s Newcastle side of 92/93 together again, I’ve decided giving the unlikely lads a crack at the Premier League will be even more fun.

Now with Gordon Strachan and John McClelland now 41 years old, it might be more of a challenge than it was with Newcastle’s 92/93 side. Also, with John Lukic in the sticks, keeping the goals out will be another issue.

So, what have we got to compare to back in 1991/92? Won the league with 82 points. Managed to get to the quarterfinals of the League Cup and knocked out in the third round of the FA Cup.

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It’s Coming Home Newcastle: One Last Shot P04 | @KingOfTheRooks

Andrew and the Newcastle United side of 1992/93 are in their end game for this save. If you’ve bothered to get this far then read on…

“Have no fear, we’ll be back again next” … week? No this is the final part in our saga to take the castoffs of Newcastle’s 1992/93 promotion season back to the Premier League as they are now in 1997/98. If you missed last week, you can catch up, here!

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