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Football attendances in Europe – which clubs fill their grounds the most?

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This is part two of a series on football attendances and football grounds in Europe. To read part one on the biggest stadia in Europe please click here.

By Walter Broeckx

In part 2 of our article on football grounds in Europe […]

Football attendances: Arsenal in Europe – part 1

Who was the first Arsenal player to star in a movie?

Which was the second novel about Arsenal to be published?

Which website openly boasts that it always follows the Arsenal motto 100%?

Football attendances: Arsenal in Europe – part 1

By Walter Broeckx

After I gave you some […]

Was the prediction of an empty Emirates correct?

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By Walter Broeckx

Looking back I can remember two big stories swirling around during last summer. One of course was Cesc, and his going. The other was that renewals of season tickets had collapsed and that the stadium would be […]

Season tickets at Arsenal – just how big is the waiting list? At last, an answer.

We’ve debated this issue over and over again – how big is the waiting list at Arsenal for season ticket in the main part of the ground (by which I mean upper and lower tiers, not Club Level and Diamond Geezer Level).

The Anti-Arsenal Arsenal (AAA) web sites have suggested since […]

Football’s Guide to How to be Incredibly Stupid

It never used to be like this.

In the olden days each season was pretty much the same as the season before. There’d be two new clubs in the First Division (usually West Ham and Blackburn, if memory serves) and every other year we would have a new centre forward (probably Scottish).

If there had […]

Untold world cup: football with altitude. What the mainstream media never tell you.

By Tony Attwood

The last post (the one from Walter on what you can and can’t say to a ref) was about football with attitude. So this is about football with altitude. Clever eh?

Oh well…

Anyway, as you would expect, the issue of playing 10 miles up in the air is one that FIFA […]

Heysel May 29

Heysel – the Belgian perspective. By Walter Broeckx

The history of the Heysel stadium goes back to 1927. In those days the city of Brussels decided to build a brand new stadium which was meant to become the home for all kind of sporting events in the Belgian capital. It was finished in 1930, thus […]

How to get to the Ems, where to stay in London?

I have had two enquiries from friends of this site, both of whom live outside of the UK, both asking for help in terms of their visits. I’m more than happy to pass on the questions.

If you have any thoughts can you put them below in the usual way?

Thanks.

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Heysel: 25 years on. The view from Belgium

By Walter Broeckx

I remember the day that Belgium had it’s greatest tragedy in football history very well. I know it was a very bright and sunny day. As I worked in the office of an industrial laundry at that time and we had a lot of hotels in Brussels as clients we had a […]

Exclusive: the real reason why Watmore resigned from the FA

The Football Association chief executive resigned on 18th March 2010 after about nine months in the job. Like virtually all of his recent predecssors he has simply thrown in the towel once he realised the enormity of the problem the FA faces.

No reason has been given for his departure, and at the moment I […]

Hull v Arsenal from the ref’s perspective

By Walter Broeckx

Another eventful game I must say and once again some very strange things going on, on a football field.

Let me start with the actual field of play. In the Fifa rules, which Mr. Blatters finds so important, there are some clear rules concerning the lines on a football field. When I […]

As the industrial sludge dwellers of the north pick up their knuckles and prepare their black puddings

Oh what a week, what a day.

The chauffeurs are chauffed, the postilions are in position, and the trusty Austin 7 is in the drive ready for the 88 miles from here to Arnos Grove underground station.

And there I was a few days back thinking that these Burnley people were jolly nice folk who […]

Life in Bolton, and other elements of chaos theory

Billy the Dog was not quite in the best of moods or the finest of fettle when I met him on the allotment to discuss the game against the almighty Notlob in the Land of the Fabled Beast.

I started by asking the question everyone asks, “Is there life in Bolton?”

“It doesn’t really matter,” […]

Amazon: incompetent cretins, Untold predictions in the Guardian, Notts C more muck, Liverpool forgetfulness

This article deals a little bit about Arsenal/Chelsea (well it gives the score), with the arrogance and re-writing of history by at least one man in Liverpool, with the latest on Notts C and Sven, and any other bits and pieces I think about on the way.

In short, it is a saturday morning and […]

The worst stadium in Europe

By Walter Broeckx

As Tony recently wrote an article about some terrible grounds in the UK I must say that one of my favourite things during the holidays is going to stadiums. I usually take a tour when I can and so I have seen some fine stadiums in the world. Most grounds in Holland […]