Monthly Archives: June 2015

Book Review: Nobody Ever Says Thank You (2011) by Jonathan Wilson

At the end of this biography Martin O’Neill is quoted, in paying tribute to his former manager, that Brian Clough would be insulted to be summed up in three volumes. Jonathan Wilson manages to cover Clough’s brilliant career in 550 … Continue reading

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Backlog #1: Four Lions (2010)

I’m a little surprised by my choosing Four Lions as my favourite film; as on the surface I wouldn’t have thought that given the reputation of the films I would watch, that a contemporary domestic comedy would be my preferred … Continue reading

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