Monthly Archives: April 2014

Frome is where the heart is

Or not as the case maybe. Fresh with the buzz that comes from a few days off work, the heady and tantalising aroma of a possible play off place, the sugar rush that comes with having eaten my own body … Continue reading

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Certain in my uncertainty

While Clarence Park might not quite echo with the history or grandeur of institutions such as Oxford or Cambridge, we do on match days, quite often rival those seats of learning for the standard of our academic debate, particularly in … Continue reading

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Let it go!

So the fallout from the promotion weekend continues…And as a result I do worry for the moral fibre of this nation (or maybe it is just the company that I keep) as friends and colleagues jump on the Mr TLF … Continue reading

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The P word

And so it came to pass…… After 10 years of wallowing in the fallow ground of various divisions in the football league the men of TATTPIB did gather up, get their acts together and march triumphant into the holy lands … Continue reading

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It’s the economy, stupid

Once a year, usually when season ticket prices are released or just before the season starts the sporting press will devote some creative maths and journalistic licence to an assessment of how much it costs an ‘average family’ to attend … Continue reading

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All you k(need) is love

What do you do the day after you have walked down the aisle? Obviously you go and see the mighty Saints. Well you do if you are Mr and Mrs Westwood. To be expected really as the lovely Helen (nee … Continue reading

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