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football 2.0 May 3, 2007

Posted by nicholas gill in content, football, gaming, social networks, sport, strategy, thoughts, user generated content, web 2.0, website.


Emmel has beat me to it. Interesting idea to get 50,000 people to stump up £35 and then buy a footy team. AFC Bournemouth tried a similar thing as the first community club but they didn’t have 50,000 trying to work out why we have no decent left-footed players in the country. Would we have live voting for selection and tactics? Half time team talks could become a mass of instant chat. Better than hearing Sven’s silence or watching McDonut’s grinning though I guess.

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