Not too sure if I can be arsed to write much about Population Paste 1 Semen Staines 1. The weather was too bloody hot to think straight. Or was it the ref, a man who obtained his refereeing licence at Poundland? So instead, some idle thoughts : if Slough showed us at our best, Staines
While there is no unimportant game at this level, there was something especially important about Rebels 0 Royalists 2. You quite possibly haven’t twigged what it is yet, but it’s probably as fundamental as signing Alan Shearer in winning games. Confused? OK then. Firstly, in this fixture last season we were systematically taken apart. Today
Next time you go to the Football Cliche dictionary, look up “game of two halves” and chances are you’ll see a snapshot of Maldon 0 Morden 2 next to it. If this is what we’re going to expect this season, you might as well stay in the bar until half time for the next 40
OK, so maybe we won’t get relegated after all (see last week) – as somebody said to me today, obviously the anti-depressants didn’t work for the Dover game. Thankfully, they’ve kicked in for Michael Havers 4 Michael Howard 1, and it was all a bit too easy in the end I guess time will tell
Dank, cold, wet. And that was just the puns that I was being asked to put into my NLP report. Still, Immigrants 0 Asylum Seekers 1 had a degree of humour about it, assuming that your humour is suited to a late night ITV sitcom that only runs for one season. If losing 5-4 to
There was something distinctly Premiership-esque about Red Devils 5 Blue Nuns 4. Whether it was people moaning about the price of entry/the programmes, playing well yet being ultimately outclassed or indeed playing in a ground that seemed to comply with the Taylor report I don’t know. But for a little while, things felt, well, familiar.
Today, we were all witnesses to a sporting tussle of magnitude. A battle of wits, hearts, souls and vocal chords. A contest where even concentration slipping by 0.01% presents a foreboding that may be unrecoverable. Pain, anguish, joy, heartache, passion and fortitude all served up in healthy doses, and quite a few unhealthy ones as