Monthly Archives: May 2015

First it was a muttering. A muttering that became a chant. A chant that became a roar. A dream that became a reality…

“In the history of the Premier League eight teams had less than 20 points from 29 games and all eight finished bottom of the table. Lesta City took 19 points from their first 29 games and 22 points from their … Continue reading

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The Birthday Part 3: In my wildest dreams

I have spent the last three months composing misery festooned relegation blogs with a tragic Shakespearean theme in readiness for what I and many other better paid (indeed paid at all) pundits were expecting. Only to find myself happily proved … Continue reading

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The Birthday Part 2: A sense of occasion

Like that tricky second album I did fear for the quality of Part Deux of the birthday trilogy. The scene was surely set for TLF to be proved right and for the “we are staying up” balloon to burst. Nigel … Continue reading

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The TLF guide to birthdays

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I have always been fairly neutral when it comes to her Madge. I am not of course referring to the popular chanteuse Madonna here but HRH. No, not Clare Balding, the other one. Liz (or Brenda as Private Eye prefer) … Continue reading

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Take a bow

The denouement of the St Albans City act of the two act (well two club) tragi-comedy that is my 2014/15 season plays out away against Hayes and Yeading. That doesn’t involve a trip to Hayes or even Yeading on the … Continue reading

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