In football, as in life I suppose, the only time to be surprised by something is when something non-surprising happens. After I finished my, ahem, vigourously argued last update, deep down I knew that I wouldn’t be writing about TB’s sacking but instead be “eagerly” awaiting more games with him in the proverbial hot seat.
This entire piece may end up being redundant by the time I press the “publish” button, and it might come back to haunt me at some point, especially if we suddenly remain unbeaten until Boxing Day. But currently, on the morning of Sunday, 26th August 2012, it’s exactly how I feel and how I see
I had such a nice couple of days in the Black Country. The sights of closed down foundries, the brutalist 60s architecture of Birmingham, various ring roads and ten storey car parks where they sealed off the lifts. Needless to say, all of that was better than the Burton debacle. The trouble with passing comment
And after the horror show of Stevenage, and people having absolutely little faith in us for the campaign…. a win. I wasn’t there, I was at Selhurst (which still hasn’t changed that much from when we were there) but Jampot was. His article below the line. Only 47 more points to go … There’s a
Welcome back to the new season. Good, eh? I guess that this puts to bed the notion that just using the pre-seasons to gain match fitness and little else is a good idea. We had eight of them and we still managed to look woefully unprepared for our first competitive fixture this season. Cohesion? What’s
So, what are we to make of this press release by AFCW this morning then? Just as we were all beginning to moan about the new KRE stand that won’t be completed for Chesterfield, and various other limitations of KM, this comes a bit out of the blue… So, champagne glasses out already? Nope, but
You know, I was hoping for a bit more joy than what we eventually got from Borstal 2 Academy of Football 4. And no, it wasn’t even WHU’s first team, although we didn’t get to say farewell to George Moncur… And when you have the PSF results we’ve had, you do start wondering at what