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  1. Ricky Otto


    I don't know how many of you have seen this film but it kind of reminded me of what Paul Sturrock has done here, created a team which performs better than the sum of it's parts. It is something Mr Sturrock has done before at other clubs too which makes me wonder if he has some kind of formula...
  2. Top 5 films of 2011

    1. Drive 2. The tree of life 3. 13 assassins 4. Source Code 5. Contagion Not sure it was a great year for films, although there's a few I need to catch (Moneyball, A separation, margin call)
  3. I done a blog

    Been working on this for the last couple of days and anyone who's read Soccernomics (Or Why England Lose...); Moneyball or Freakonomics will know where I'm coming from. There are no great surprises in there, but I do think it makes interesing reading. Eventually I want to look at the impact of...
  4. Yorkshire Blue

    2010 season

    Ah, spring training. The sound of rubber or cork wrapped in yarn and covered with leather thumping into leather mitts or the rifle crack of corked ash. Ahhh. There is something magical about the phrase "pitchers and catchers report". It sounds so innocent but at the same time so alluring. I'm...