The complacency of the Left has paved the way for Tory carnage

“This is an exit poll, very carefully calculated, not necessarily on-the-nail, but here it is – 10 o’clock – and we are saying: the Conservatives are the largest party…and here are the figures which we have – quite remarkable, this exit poll – the Conservatives on 316…that’s up 9 since the last election in 2010. … More The complacency of the Left has paved the way for Tory carnage

Tony Mowbray: former clubs’ fans give their verdict

After a load of speculation and some protracted negotiations, it has finally been confirmed that Tony Mowbray will be the new Coventry City manager. His first and most important task will be to secure safety for the Sky Blues, and to avoid the unthinkable: relegation to the fourth tier. I’m too superstitious to even contemplate any … More Tony Mowbray: former clubs’ fans give their verdict

Katie Hopkins and Operant Conditioning

Operant conditioning is a method of learning that occurs through rewards and punishments for behavior. Katie Hopkins hits out at Jessica Ennis-Hill over Ched Evans debate http://t.co/Zzk5G0N4Q6 pic.twitter.com/nrY02cve0C — The Independent (@Independent) November 17, 2014 Through operant conditioning, an association is made between a behavior and a consequence for that behavior. Katie Hopkins sparks new … More Katie Hopkins and Operant Conditioning

14 Albums from 2014

The concept of ranking albums is absolutely ridiculous. If you wanted to create a definitive all-time list, not only would you have to listen to the majority of albums that have ever been produced, you’d also have to create some sort of objective scoring system that would enable you to rank them with any degree of accuracy. … More 14 Albums from 2014

Jim O’Brien: a Barnsley perspective

Following what seemed like a rapid succession of departures earlier this week in Franck Moussa, Mark Marshall and Blair Adams, today saw Coventry confirm their first signings of the season: Danny Swanson of Peterborough and Barnsley’s Jim O’Brien. Here, Barnsley FC fan and blogger Andy White kindly offers Coventry fans an expert insight into what we can … More Jim O’Brien: a Barnsley perspective

Judicial review verdict exposes weakness in Sisu’s facade

Its significance should not be overstated, for we are still in the same situation we’ve been in for over a year, but today surely marked a milestone in the ongoing effort to restore some semblance of normality to Coventry City Football Club. Sisu’s ‘defeat’ in court is at odds with the bullishness to which we’ve … More Judicial review verdict exposes weakness in Sisu’s facade

Take away competition and the Football League is dead

Underpinning the juggernaut of justifiable criticism in the wake of the FA Commission’s proposal of a new ‘League 3’ comprising of a combination of Conference sides and Premier League ‘B Teams’ is the assumption that the English football pyramid is comprised of ‘big teams’ and ‘small teams’. Anyone who has found themselves listening to BBC … More Take away competition and the Football League is dead