John Beck, manager of Cambridge United in the early 1990s, had the grass cut at different lengths to make passes stick in the corners, which suited Cambridge’s long ball style, throw cold buckets of water over his players to ‘wake them up’ and turn up the heat of opposition dressing rooms to unbearable levels. … [Read more...] about Norwich City paint away changing room pink to lower opponents’ testosterone
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The campaign to get safe standing at Norwich City’s Carrow Road ground and other football stadiums has been backed by cabinet minister Elizabeth Truss. The Canaries have been at the forefront of calls for the government to allow supporters in the Premier League and Championship to stand at games. … [Read more...] about Bid for safe standing at Norwich City’s Carrow Road ground backed by cabinet minister Elizabeth Truss
The £1.2million project was funded through a combination of contributions from South Norfolk Council, £250,000 from the Community Infrastructure Levy, via the Greater Norwich Growth Board, and £394,292 from the Premier League and FA Facilities Fund. … [Read more...] about Grant Holt to kick-off town’s new artificial football pitch
The officer who will be bossing emergency services on East Anglian Derby day has lifted the lid on the months of planning it takes to police the big match. Police at Ipswich train station following the East Anglian derby at Portman Road. PIC: Steve Maddams. … [Read more...] about Police chief reveals the months of planning that goes into policing the East Anglian derby
In light of the above sanctions one must question how Barton would be able to escape with anything less than a lengthy ban and a significant fine. This is especially true if bets were placed after the change in the FA rules which came into effect on 1 August 2014 which would appear to be the case. … [Read more...] about Betting on Football in England and Scotland: Joey Barton – A Return To Work But For How Long?