God love Twitter eh. You have to find glorious the way the social media application can discover, discuss, mock and reject a news story within a matter of seconds.
Last night, Twitter buzzed with the news that Coventry City’s Ricoh Arena (there is quite a lot wrong with saying Coventry City’s Ricoh Arena given the ownership issues, but it’s complicated and for another time) was on fire, with many sharing photos of the ground seemingly ablaze. read more »
League One club Notts County is planning to use lamps to heat their pitch and help the grass grow. Nothing unusual there, apart from that the lamps will be sourced from a police raid, and have previously been used to grow cannabis in the local area. read more »
Giantkillers Oldham’s FA Cup adventure ended in a 3-1 defeat at Everton.
The Latics faced an uphill battle from the moment Kevin Mirallas gave the Toffees an early lead. Former Everton player Jose Baxter almost levelled, but his curled effort hit the inside of Tim Howard’s post and bounced out. read more »
Swindon Town have been forced to change their locks after ex-manager Paolo Di Canio went into the stadium in the middle of the night to remove photographs of his success with the club, the Daily Mail reports.
The Italian, accompanied by at least one member of his backroom team, reportedly raided the County Ground in the early hours of Thursday morning. He used keys that he had not returned after quitting the club on Monday to get in and salvage some mementos of his achievements with the Robins. read more »