The more astute of you may well have gathered that I’ve been very quiet this week. For that, I can only apologise : I’ve been snowed under this week, and by the time it comes to updating, I’ve usually been so knackered that I can’t bring myself to do anything. Also, as it’s international week,
Something disturbing is happening at football grounds up and down the country. Placards, carried by halfwits who would probably be better off watching speedway, are being displayed up and down the country deplicting the phrase “Save Chip”. Who is this Chip? Who are his friends? And to what social class does he belong to? Such
I tell you what I’m going to do this close season. I am going to reproduce all the journies I have done this season and call it “Transportation Of Doom”. More on my, ahem, attempts to get there a little later, but first the match. Time 1 Tiny 1 was a good result against a
With results like Fish 1 Fingers 1 I think we can safely forget the playoffs for this season. According to the radio, Wu Tang scored, we played pretty well for 80 odd minutes, Jason Euell missed a sitter to put us 2-0 up then Grimsby piled on the pressure to equalise in the last minute.
Couple of things before our game with the other squatters at the dump : WISA released a press, er, release within the last 12 hours. As you may or may not know, they met with WFC, Merton Council, Wimbledon Civic Forum and Casale yesterday morning. Here is the text of it all: “On 9th March,
In probably the biggest shock transfer of the season – well, since Double H went to Ipshit anyway – Marcus Gayle is now a Glasgow Rangers player. For the princely sum of £1m no less. A shot from the dark obviously, but not a reason to slit your wrists IMO. Forget why he’s gone there,
Well that was a really awe inspiring trip down to Kent I don’t think. Pikeys 0 Pokeys 0 was so close to throwing up that bizzare sort of game called “end-of-season fare” that I swear the season was over already. Ever since Wild Thang departed on Saturday I think we’ve given up play-off berths. No
Good grief – I thought we never had these sort of matches these days. For those at Cunty 2 Genitalia 2 was a rather depressing step back in time. Witness : the game was one of the worst I’ve seen for a l–o–n–g while, all the fluid passing, penetrative and combative style seemed to have