All entries for Friday 30 May 2008

May 30, 2008

What Is So Wrong With Ashley Cole

Writing about web page http://www.cfcuk.net/story.php?id=100486

Article for CCFCUK.Net 20th December 2007 "What is a stress-free and relaxing Christmas? I have never seen one and I sometimes like a bit of controversy. It keeps me on my toes and makes life a little bit more interesting. Football is about debate and the ban on opinions would see the end of most newspapers as well as pub talk that can enliven the most dull and dreary of evenings."

After Barnsley

Writing about web page http://www.cfcuk.net/story.php?id=100762

Article for CCFCUK.NET 8th March 2008 "A Cup shock for your team makes you grow as a supporter. Its part of growing up, like the first failed relationship or your first realisation that you will never play for Chelsea. Although hope springs eternal, success can not come every week, I’d argue that every member of the football watching public needs to go through a Cup shock. "

Chelsea or Man Utd: An Outsider's Point of View

Writing about web page http://www.cfcuk.net/story.php?id=100890

Article for Chelsea Fanzine ccfcuk.net 10th May 2008 "The final whistle blew at the end of the Champions League Semi Final between Chelsea and Liverpool. My friend turned to me and wanted to be assured that I would support Manchester United in the Final. It was a strange statement to make....."

Being Boring

Writing about web page http://www.kumb.com/article.php?id=2438

Article for Knees Up Mother Brown Website 5th April 2008 "It does not happen often but there are occasions when a mate says something to you that sticks in your mind and causes you to think (even in your sleep) about what you heard...."

Jermaine Jenas

Writing about web page http://archive.mehstg.com/jenas_special.htm

Article for 'My Eyes Have Seen The Glory' Tottenham Hotspur Website 8th February 2008

Langer

Writing about web page http://www.bbc.co.uk/leicester/content/articles/2007/04/12/langar_event_feature.shtml

Article for BBC Leicester Website March 2007 "Leicester University's Sikh Society organised the second ever University-based Langar, where anyone, no matter what their background is, can enjoy a free meal and find out about Sikhism. I believe that university life is all about experiencing new cultural customs for the first time, and students had that opportunity when the Leicester University Sikh Society organised the first ever Langar on campus."

Review of Pride Park December 2005

Writing about web page http://www.footballgroundguide.com/derbyrev4.htm

Article for Internet Football Grounds Guide 3rd December 2005 "Derby’s Pride Park Stadium is rapidly starting to turn into my “second” ground, behind my “beloved” Portman Road whilst I am living in the East Midlands."

Don't Look Now

Writing about web page http://www.onlinegooner.com/covers/article.php?id=011

Article for Online Gooner Magazine 24th February 2008 "If Songs of Praise did not excite you on a drab February afternoon, you could have taken advantage of an offer from a national newspaper to access their website for extra pictures of Eduardo da Silva screaming in agony after that horrific tackle at Birmingham. If you fancied enjoying the sight of a Premiership superstar with his head in his hands and a deformed ankle, this would be internet heaven for you. For me, this would be a form of footballing hell."

Review of Walkers Stadium December 2005

Writing about web page http://www.footballgroundguide.com/leicesterrev2.htm

Article for Internet Football Grounds Guide December 2005 "On the weekend before Christmas 2005, I felt that a visit to the Walkers Stadium would be a suitable anecdote to the Christmas mania and reality television hype that had taken over the UK and was reaching a climax before that evening’s televised finals. "

Tractor Boys and Scousers: A Weird Relationship

Writing about web page http://www.anfield-online.co.uk/features/2007/tractor-boys-versus-scousers-a-weird-relationship/

Article for Anfield Online Thursday 29th November 2007 I always feel that if I had not been born in Suffolk into a family with a proud history of following Ipswich Town Football Club, I would have been a red. I would have somehow coped with the fact that I was supporting a team that played their matches over two hundred miles away.

Understanding Coventry

Writing about web page http://www.coventrytelegraph.net/lifestyle-news/your-life/2008/05/19/understanding-coventry-92746-20930462/

Article for Coventry Evening Telegraph 19th May 2008 "WHILST sitting in the Telegraph stand at the Ricoh whilst being slow cooked under the late Spring sunshine, my mind wandered to think about the city that I have been closely linked with for just over six months...."

Tackling the Bank Holiday Buses

Writing about web page http://www.coventrytelegraph.net/lifestyle-news/your-life/2008/05/29/tackling-the-bank-holiday-buses-92746-20991868/

Article for Coventry Evening Telegraph Website Thursday 29th May 2008 I had to make a trip from Leamington Spa to Leicester. It is not a particularly long or hard journey. I am not exactly attempting to climb Mount Everest when I go back to Leicestershire, but it is never an easy experience if you do not have a car......

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