Posts made in 2007

Sunday Lunch

By on Oct 7, 2007 in Latest | 3 comments

Two of the great dilemmas of my week are what to have for lunch – particularly when I am, as I am now, sitting on the sofa wrapped in a duvet. Anyway, I thought I’d take a quick moment to doff my cap to the England and France rugby union teams for dumping Australia and New Zealand out of the Rugby World Cup. They’ll pretend that they didn’t...

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A Couple Of Quick Points

By on Oct 6, 2007 in Latest | 1 comment

I meant to put something massively self-indulgent up here the other day to celebrate the 500th post on this little blog (I’ve been wearing a party hat for the last three days, in case you were wondering), but I forgot. So, I thought I’d quickly mention it here, and take the opportunity to thank all of you that occasionally stop by here. As ever, your...

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Turning To Lighter Matters…

By on Oct 4, 2007 in Latest | 3 comments

…Here’s some more Baker & Kelly. The 3rd of October 1998, to be precise. 11.30 17.30 Also, I’m trying to figure out how leave the folder that they’re all in, so that you can pick up any episodes that you missed. I’ll get back to you all on...

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The Story Of Football In Milton Keynes

By on Oct 4, 2007 in Latest | 7 comments

On Tuesday night, Milton Keynes Dons (and that, I guarantee, is the only time that they will be dignified with the use of their official name on here) won 2-1 at Mansfield Town to continue their (hopefully temporary and much despised) stay at the top of League Two. They moved into their 30,000 capacity stadium during the summer and their crowds have risen...

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Let Me Add My Voice To The Moralising Multitudes

By on Oct 4, 2007 in Latest | 3 comments

So, Dida’s antics at Celtic Park, then. You’ll have to forgive me if I don’t express too much outrage over this, because I’d feel a little hypocritical if I did. At the Spurs-Chelsea FA Cup match earlier this year, a fan got on the pitch at full-time and went for Frank Lampard and, for all the hand-wringing and wailing at the time, it was...

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