Coming out of my flat, I found myself having to run to get the bus. It’s something that my body is definitely complaining about more and more these days. I could go on a fitness regime to be able to do this sort of thing quite easily but as I’m not interested in eating healthily,…… Continue reading 2/4/18 Chorley v Bradford Park Avenue. Protesting The Lawful Vandalism Of The Beautiful Game.
The day started with some family bad news. A few weeks ago, my Uncle had passed away. His devoted wife, had passed away too. I’m not going to depress or bore you with the details, other than to say, they were a lovely couple, hence why I was feeling wistful. I met up with L.J.…… Continue reading 31/3/18 Blues v Ipswich Town. Taking The Mick.
As predicted, there was snow in the air. The beast from the east. It was also Paddies day. Great planning. I got into Brum and scuttled off up to The Wellington. Worcester Pete and Jinksy were already in there. Jinksy bought me a pint. More of what happened directly after the Brentford hospitalization came out.…… Continue reading 17/3/18 Blues v Hull City. Snow Tigers?
Some addictions can be truly covered up from most eyes, some are held in esteem by other addicts. The people who don’t share the same addictions though, but who are the closest to the addicts will, at times, despair. If I’m being totally honest, this game was too soon. Anybody with a modicum of sense,…… Continue reading 10/3/18 Cardiff City v Blues. Head Stretching Amongst the Head Scratching.
I’d been waiting for this one for a while. A London midweek trip, so a couple of days off from work and still the old terracing. I also wasn’t going to be on my own either. This was not going to be your Middlesbrough away. I had been meaning to have a go at the…… Continue reading 20/2/18 Brentford v Blues. Over and Out.
With a couple of games to go, including an away game to go before payday, I could’ve done without this game. Maybe it wouldn’t have been so bad had the football been any good this season. Had you blinked, you’d have missed any glimpse of anything better. I’d seen a mirage just lately and like…… Continue reading 17/2/18 Blues v Millwall. A Page Turner.
A 12 o’clock Sunday kick off meant an early start for what is essentially, my nearest game. A potential five minute walk was abandoned for a bus and train journey, liberally sprinkled with a few pints. Not as many pints as I would’ve liked either. I got off in town, getting my train ticket for…… Continue reading 11/2/18 Aston Villa v Blues. A Police State of affairs.