17 May ~ In the midst of another scandal involving an FA chairman (Lord Treason, according to the Sun) we return to WSC 211 (September 2004) in which the editorial dealt with the aftermath of Mark Palios's resignation. Then, as now, we wondered if someone couldn't just slip something in the FA's tea

Tradition has it that the Football Association is run by a bunch of buffoons. Not least on this issue when they have decided to announce their findings of their inquiry into the (gasp) Soho Square sex scandal on the day after we have gone to press. Read the full article

Comments (1)
Comment by Bishopville Red 2010-05-17 21:20:09

Quick question: Is anyone actually looking into the possibility that Triesman might have been on to something?


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