Monthly Archives: September 2015

Bleak Greek

Another Friday night brings another dose of kulture and another football free zone TLF (an FFZTLF if you will). This time I’m in Shakespeare Country for a new, gripping and heart-wrenching version of Hecuba. It’s fair to say Hecuba is … Continue reading

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The Red Lion

“I think of those men…a dozen men in a room above The Red Lion… In 1892. They founded a football club Not for profit….not to further their standing in the town… But to meet a need…. The game is a … Continue reading

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Be careful what you wish for

“Down to Margate, you can keep the Costa Brava I’m telling ya mate I’d rather have a day down Margate With all me family.” Except we weren’t. We definitely weren’t. Then we might have. But we didn’t. Might not scan, … Continue reading

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Ref Hall

And so to the bank holiday fixture against loathed rivals the Tudors (that’s Hemel Hempstead Town not the historical dynasty with big Henry the eighth leading the line against Pope United). Pre-match I’d already got the hump; it was a … Continue reading

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