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The Decline & Fall Of Leyton Orient
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Tranmere Rovers & Cheltenham Town Stare Into The Abyss
Time once again to visit Heart of Clachmaninshire, where the club is in the midst of an injury crisis that threatens to derail their already shaky start to the season. Luckily, cometh the hour, cometh the man, as Mungo McCrackas finds an elaborately unique way of getting round transfer windows and squad limits. Whether this will have as much impact on his side’s fortunes as it invariably has had on his colon is yet to be seen, but at least he’s trying.
Mungo is brought to us once again by crystalline imbecile Dotmund.
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That fifth panel is the greatest thing I have ever seen. Ever.
I’m tempted to ask whether Dotmund’s familiar with what ‘laying eggs’ means in Argentine footballing parlance, but… well… I rather doubt he does.
I love reading Mungo each week (just check your entry on the HEGS links page if you don’t believe me, 200), but honestly this one’s just blown me away.
The curious may find the answer here. Not Babel Fish’s finest hour, if you seek its help, but basically “to give your all”. One response says “jugar cada partido como si fuera el último”, “to play each game as if it were your last”, which also fits provided the example we have in mind is not Jamie Redknapp’s last game for Southampton.