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It’s the end of the season which means today’s Mungo is the penultimate edition for a while at least, so be sure to drink it in. With Mungo incarcerated in the Tower of London for calling the future King of England a very bad thing in jest, Heart of Clachmaninshire’s hopes of avoiding relegation have…
Mungo time. With Heart of Clachmaninshire in their most precarious league position yet, the best thing that could possibly happen – Mungo being unavailable to play – is happily precipitated by events elsewhere. But will he make it out of the Tower in time for the run-in? Dotmund draws Mungo with his feet.
What’s Mungoing on? It’s Mungo, that’s what. This week, Mungo hits upon a unique plan to retain Heart of Clachmaninshire’s top flight status and, with support from Glenn Hoddle, successfully makes everybody’s liver shut down. Dotmund is, as ever, responsible. For this, anyway.
It’s another one of them lazy Mungoin’ Thursdays. This week, Mungo returns from his adventures in London full of an almost-unshakeable-for-literally-minutes footballing fervour. But could his true vocation lie elsewhere? This is normally when we point out what a gilt-edged buffoon Dotmund is, but it’s his birthday today so we’re letting him off.
It’s one of those Mungo days again here on Twohundredpercent. Mungo has managed to escape the studio of Loose Women with his dignity intact, but could he have jumped out of the frying pan and into the fire? Dotmund is an idiot.
Mungo time. There’s only one way any team struggling like Heart of Clachmaninshire are can get themselves out of the mess they’re in, and that’s getting their head down and playing good football. That or bribery. It’s not quite come to the latter yet, as Mungo McCrackas fires – briefly – on all cylinders. Dotmund…
This week’s happening from Clackins Park sees Sir Roddy Bulbs’ daughter put her own stamp on proceedings, laying down a marker which suggests her reign as chairman will be nothing if not identical to that of her father. Dotmund done it.