It’s the first anniversary of the debut of “Shit Shot Mungo” this week, and the artist has asked me to remind you all that you are quite at liberty to pop over to his website and buy his crap. This week’s Mungo sees the eponymous footballer in hospital with hideous facial injuries, and that can only mean one thing – love interest!
Mungo McCrackas seriously injured both of Heart of Clackmannannshire’s two goalkeepers, “Dangerous” Ducky Norton and Rab “Flappins” McGinty, in last week’s “Shit Shot Mungo”, so this week he has to play in goal for The Clackas in their match, whereupon he discovers previously untapped talents.
This week’s “Shit Shot Mungo” should also be known as “Mungo Noir, the avant garde masterpiece, directed by Fritz Lang”, according to Ted Carter, but there is definitely a fight between The Goalinator and Mungo McCrackas as well as a seventeen tonne weight in this week’s episode.
The Goalinator is back at Heart of Clackmannannshire, and this means problems for Mungo McCrackas in this week’s “Shit Shot Mungo”. Mungo is relegated to commentating for the local hospital radio station – although it seems as if his career in broadcasting may be cut short.
There’s high excitement at Twohundredpercent Towers tonight as this week’s “Shit Shot Mungo” features the triumphant return of that Japanese goal-scoring machine (literally), The Goalinator. And this time, as manager Gary Burns finds out about the full power of The Goalinator to his cost.
It’s Christmas Eve, so we are turning the site over to professional footballer and convicted pelican-slapper Mungo McCrackas of the Heart of Clackmannannshire Football Club for our very first annual Christmas message. It’s a bit like the Queen’s Christmas message, only with more mentions of Italian sports cars.
It’s time for some a little light relief now, with this week’s “Shit Shot Mungo”. Gary Burns has convened the players for an inquest into recent events, the seriousness of which is rather undermined when chairman and former magnet magnate Sir Roddy Bulbs relieves himself in the bath.
This week’s Shit Shot Mungo sees the financial crisis at Heart of Clackmannanshire deepen still further, as the club is forced to put all of its players on part-time wages, but one man (who has been earning £190,000 per week for as long as anyone can remember) may be able to save the day. He probably won’t, though.
After last week’s swine flu debacle, Heart of Clackmanannshire Football Club find themselves in court in this week’s Shit Shot Mungo, accused of deliberately and maliciously spreading the virus through playing an infected team in a recent match. Can Mungo save the day? Probably not.
Swine flu fever has overtaken Heart of Clackammanshire this week but new manager Gary Burns isn’t going to let that get in the way of the club’s best winning run in years, in this week’s episode of “Shit Shot Mungo”, which also lays bare the truth of Mungo McCrackas Lemsip addiction.