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My first Season

Hmmmm….been a tough season so far, hasn’t it? It has for me at least. Although to be fair, this is my first real season as a football supporter. Let me explain. When I was younger, I was never really into football. I mean I played for a kid’s team when I was like 7-10 or […]

Victory Through Harmony Is The Way Forward By Red Henry

What counts more in a football team? Is it the quality of the players? The manager? The playing system? Stable ownership?The fans? Which one? All of them? Of course the answer is all of them how does each of the above measure in relation ? If someone attempted to add up all the parameters, that’s […]

Half Full or Half Empty?

Truth be told,I don’t quite know what to make of that game ! I could quite happily leave it at that. At 4.55 pm my wife gave me my tea.Very nice too.Roast Chicken,mixed salad and crusty bread. “I cant eat that now love.I am having palpitations here .I think I am going to faint” “You […]

Banning The Bomb In Burnham On Sea With Bobby, Mel and Mikhail

Fulham. West London, down at the end of the Kings Road and near the river. There you go, ‘O’ level geography put to excellent use at long long last. I’ve never been  inside Craven Cottage but I did walk past it once when lost and looking for the five million (one million if you believed […]

Making Hay

I can’t speak for you but I’m still reeling from the wham bam of this whole three cup finals in a week mularky. In contrast, our near neighbours (both geographical and in terms of league position) seem to have forgotten all about footy, and are instead on a protracted leave of absence. As they organise […]

The Bradyesque7 Weekly Round-Up

Hello and welcome to this week’s round-up. First up in a busy week is the news that Andrei Arshavin is likely to be in his final season at Arsenal. With so few games left to play, it is likely that we’ve seen our little Russian dynamo in an Arsenal shirt for the last time. Arshavin […]

A Battling Point

The Referee increased Everton’s chances  markedly in the first ten minutes. Fellaini should have had two yellows in that time.By not giving the cards when they were deserved he gave Everton license to make the game physical and disjointed.That was exactly what they did. Fellaini was strong ,uncompromising and generally cuntish all night.He also dived […]