November 25, 2006

Coventry City Vs QPR

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Anyone see this? Obviously the result was fairly good for Cov, but the best bit is they arrived at QPR by Tube after their bus got stuck in traffic. The quote of the article must be manager Micky Adams’ gem:

We bought 23 single tickets at Hanger Lane station and our unsung hero was Jay Tabb, who knew we had to change at Hammersmith to go to Shepherd’s Bush. I feel a bit sorry for him as well, as I did not even put him in the team.


This ended a good run by QPR and shows that clearly the best preparation for a football match is to inhale large amounts of stinky fumes in a tunnel filled with people, rats, pigeons and chips. A lesson learned.

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  1. Pigeons on the tube? Not many of them.

    25 Nov 2006, 19:03

  2. I think I saw one once in a surface station. Was so freakish that’s why it stayed with me!

    25 Nov 2006, 20:06

  3. Simon Brent

    Ironic, considering how the Central Line has been between 20 and 100% broken every day for the last 8.

    25 Nov 2006, 20:13

  4. I have to say I’m interested how they got to Hammersmith on the Central Line.

    25 Nov 2006, 21:21

  5. Indeed. Hammersmith = District, Piccadilly and Hammersmith & City line last I remember. Actually Hammersmith station might also have another line or two tucked away somewhere :P.

    26 Nov 2006, 08:55

  6. Simon Brent

    Well, I’m guessing they did the sensible thing and changed at Notting Hill Gate for the District line ;-)

    26 Nov 2006, 10:06

  7. We appear to have got a game of Mornington Crescent onto the Blogs frontpage… hehehe.

    26 Nov 2006, 11:52

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    26 Nov 2006, 13:18

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