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The Tomkins Times - Fri Feb 23 1:53 PM
This week’s posts selected by Chris Rowland and Daniel Rhodes. This gives you some idea of the range of debate on the site and the type of articles published. If you’d like to be part of it, there’s a ‘Subscribe’ tab at the top of the page. 1 – Thundyr’s Guide to Being a Studio Pundit. 1. Look s...
The Tomkins Times - Thu Feb 22 1:42 PM
Liverpool have the chance to put further distance between them and the sides chasing qualification for next season’s Champions League, when they welcome West Ham Utd to Anfield on Saturday; 3pm kick off UK time. With 2nd placed Manchester Utd facing 4th placed Chelsea on Sunday and Arsenal (6th)...
The Tomkins Times - Thu Feb 22 10:45 AM
What do the following 11 players have in common? Jordan Ayew, Ciaran Clark, Ben Foster, Jeff Hendrick, Rob Holding, Roque Mesa, Nacho Monreal, Christopher Schindler, Andrew Surman, Dusan Tadic and Virgil van Dijk. The answer is at the end of the article. Opta’s defensive errors are a statistic wh...
The Tomkins Times - Wed Feb 21 12:59 PM
By our Mystery Correspondent P. Dantic. Hardly a game passes without the commentator telling us ‘He can’t have too many complaints’. The way it works with so much of what commentators say is that we’re supposed to hear but not listen. They tell us ‘He can’t have too many complaints’ and we’re exp...
The Tomkins Times - Tue Feb 20 12:14 PM
When anyone – even in a nice way – tells me that I shouldn’t write about something, it often just makes me more determined to write about it. I write about what I feel is pertinent, and the same key issues or narratives can bubble away week after week, although our perceptions of them may change....
The Tomkins Times - Mon Feb 19 12:09 PM
When your boss describes a statistic you’ve quoted about the accuracy of referees as “nonsense” then the only way to settle it is by rolling the sleeves up and doing some old-fashioned research. To start, let’s take a look at the particular numbers in question, from the article quoting the 98% ac...