Morris Woodman’s Tactical Chalkboard: Celtic

Morris Woodman’s Tactical Chalkboard: Celtic

By on Aug 6, 2010 in Art, Latest, Scottish Football | 9 comments

Morris Woodman is England’s most successful football manager.  In 13 seasons in the crucible of the Zambian top flight, his team Spartak Thunderbolts are yet to lose a single game.  During last summer’s World Cup, Twohundredpercent’s own Mungo McCrackas met up with Woodman and asked him if he would be willing to provide weekly tactical analysis of the British game for our site.  He said yes.  Specifically, he said he would do it for a large sum of money which we are far too professional to disclose the full details of.

Since which time, we’ve all had to stop eating, wearing clothes or living indoors.  But it has possibly been worth it, and we can now present the first of Morris Woodman’s tactical chalkboards.  This week: he looks at how Celtic can bounce back from their midweek European disappointment.

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    9 Comments

  1. You stopping eating, wearing clothes or living indoors. about the only funny part of this ‘article’

    Scots Law

    August 6, 2010

  2. Surely this article is a joke. You can’t have “England” and “succesful football manager” in the same sentence.

    Donald

    August 6, 2010

  3. Ignorant twat!

    jbkdsa

    August 6, 2010

  4. Fruittella!!

    Bob Scratchworth

    August 6, 2010

  5. *ahem*

    betsymartian

    August 6, 2010

  6. Oh dear, oh dear.

    Neil

    August 6, 2010

  7. a post that makes Chick Young appear tactically astute.

    Allan

    August 7, 2010

  8. {sigh}

    Allan

    August 7, 2010

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