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February 07, 2010

Does this really help?

Writing about web page http://thechels.net/2010/02/does-this-really-help/

As I write this piece, we are at the end of the first month of this World Cup year and the build up is slowly starting to crank up. By June, it will be at fever pitch. After all, within a month or so, we will be starting to get our free wall charts and some retro football stickers complete with a glossy brochure of the ‘players to watch’ during the tournament.


December 11, 2009

Will There Be Another My John

Writing about web page http://www.twtd.co.uk/news.php?storyid=15656

When any team fails to comprehensively demolish a away-win-shy Sheffield Wednesday on a blustery and wet Saturday teatime in November, it is not that hard to avoid the club history books and looking back into the great moments of years gone by. However, in the case of Town, it is frustrating that the ‘good times’ either happened before I was born or when I was caring more about Pigeon Street than Portman Road, and I can never change that state of affairs.


June 17, 2009

The Kopite With Great Timing

Writing about web page http://www.thisisanfield.com/columnists/2009/06/john-wark-the-kopite-with-great-timing/

It might be a slightly random thought but I wish that I was in Liverpool during the 1980s. I appreciate that Merseyside witnessed dramatic socio-economic upheaval during that decade, but there seemed to be something exciting that was developing in the area. Whether it was in my mind or in reality, I wish that I had been part of the spirit of Liverpool, instead of being rushing home from junior school for Dangermouse or The Real Ghostbusters on Children’s ITV.


May 01, 2009

Walking On With Hope In My Heart

Writing about web page http://www.clubfanzine.com/ipswich_town/v2.showNews.php?id=19251

Autobiography Review: John Wark 'Wark On' (2009)

On the way to a recent Town game, I had to explain one of my most favourite TV game shows to a few friends. I struggled to explain the point of ‘Bruce Forsyth’s Play Your Cards Right,’ and rattled off the various catchphrases in a very dodgy Forsyth accent. My friends looked blank, and I suddenly realised that they just believe that Bruce Forsyth, the ‘legend’ of light entertainment, has only ever presented ‘Strictly Come Dancing.’


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