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December 06, 2019, 10:16:10 PM by martin@ | Views: 0 | Comments: 0

These days, you gotta keep your head down. There s so much surveillance what with undercover spotters and CCTV that kicking off inside the ground s a waste of time. That s why we have to be a bit clever, like, when looking for it. The way it was the other week we went in their main stand on the lookout for their boys. They reckoned they d be forty-handed. We sent the spotters in and all they could see was this bloke from a ZZ Top tribute band and a long-haired Daniel Craig lookalike. Anyway, we thought better keep our heads down and see what was happening. I got this skinny bird to sit next to and some lad from our youth firm came up by me. I ve seen him before and he looks like he s going to be the part when he s a bit bigger. He was just standing there trying to let on to me when I clocked this lad from their juniors moving in. Sweet as, our boy was up on his toes and right in. No pavement dancing, no messing, just bang and the yokel was on the deck. After that we thought it might co...
December 06, 2019, 09:17:33 PM by martin@ | Views: 6 | Comments: 0

1st November: Keinan Davis is out for three or our weeks, which means not see him until Christmas at the earliest. settled out of court with Keith Wyness, and with any luck the last see or hear from him.

2nd November: Villa 1 Liverpool 2. Gutted At kick-off time, with Jack missing, it was time to hope for a miracle, or more likely, that we going to get too badly beaten. Then we started the game better than anyone could have wished for. That we went a goal up when a perfect free-kick from John McGinn was met by Trezeguet was no great surprise; at least not as much of a surprise as when VAR finally worked in our favour, ruling out a Liverpool equaliser for offside. The second half was the expected war of attrition and just as it seemed as though we might, possibly, hold out there was no way to defend a cross that was every bit as inch-perfect as in the first half. The sickener here was that it came from a player who have been on the pitch after being guilty of at least four b...

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