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Thursday is here, the day that Mungo beams down once again to your home planet. This week, Sir Roddy Bulbs takes his first ever reasonable decision, only to follow it up with several more dubious ones in a seeming tribute to his all-time favourite monarch. We keep trying to stop Dotmund finding us, but so…
Mungo time again. This week sees Heart of Clachmaninshire’s various warring factions put aside their differences in the blithe hope that their support will save their club from almost getting relegated again. But even two celebrity guest stars seem unable to break the Clackins Park hoodoo. Dotmund, idiot that he is, drew this.
Revolution is in the air, and the spirit of 1968 has also reached the normally sedate surroundings of Clachmaninshire. But can people power bring down a corrupt regime before the Clackers’ inevitable final fixture brush with relegation? Can people power achieve anything at all? Find out by following Dotmund and Twohundredpercent on Twitter.
With Mungo still galavanting around the tundras on a mammoth, Heart of Clachmaninshire’s unsung – better – players get a chance to shine, with inevitable consequences. Indeed, inevitable consequences are very much the order of the day. We all hate Dotmund too, don’t worry.
Mungo day rolls around once again. We are sorry. Dotmund, however, remains defiantly unapologetic. Click for full-size
It’s Mungo time again… but for how much longer? When your titular hero has formed a close personal bond with a mammoth and was last seen riding away into the sunset, it’s anyone’s guess. Although it might mean that Heart of Clachmaninshire start to score some goals. Dotmund etc. Click for full-size
The big thaw at Clackins Park is finally underway, albeit one that has to have outside assistance. But a new discovery – and (another) new manager – look set to revolutionise Heart of Clachmaninshire’s flagging fortunes. Dotmund was actually pleased with this. Click for full-size For all his multitude sins, the artist is quite nice…