Monthly Archives: May 2014

What happened next?

Oh you are bright people. You can guess. TLF is now officially in love with two football teams. Like some feeble addict, even a year of self-imposed exile from Lesta City has not broken her dependency. Physically separated I may … Continue reading

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A tale of two cities

If you had told me last July that I would witness two promotions (including a Championship winning 102 points), a play off win on my birthday (I know I bang on about that but I once saw TATTPIB lose at … Continue reading

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Perfect Day

It had to end as it had begun. With John Jones. Back then he wasn’t a celeb. He was, my first Encounter of the St Albans kind (eat your heart out Spielberg) the bloke who regarded me slightly suspiciously last … Continue reading

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0 out of 10. See me

As Russell (intrepid Brentford and Dulwich fan who made epic journey to our epic play off final) said, “Wot no blog?” And it’s true, this has not been delivered within the bounds of my usual SLA. Not to do with … Continue reading

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People in glass houses….

don’t always have time to throw stones. Especially when it is the Glass World stadium just outside Cambridge (well a long way out of Cambridge really, in a place called Histon) and they are too busy cheering on the mighty … Continue reading

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