Season 3 Game 41 (18-21 Mar)

THE ‘This Love for Martha Jones is Unbreakable’ HEAD-IN-HANDS LEAGUE

So named because of the weekend birthdays of Maroon 5’s Adam Levine (38), Doctor Who’s Freema Agyeman (37) and Bruce Willis and his string vest (who were both 61) .

THE CATEGORIES

ZingerZinger
Barney:
‘Miles Storey writes another chapter in Highland Derby’
Chris: AWOL – sends apologies / rude hand gestures
Howard: ‘Wolves’ defender equalises in 90th minute – It wasn’t an early Batth’

The Dread Hand Of BarneyThe Dread Hand of Barney
The spiritual entity clearly lost his grasp on Harry Kane, as the Spurs striker scored twice on the Sunday, and also failed to prevent Denny Johnstone of Morton bagging a goal. The deathly touch did work on Portsmouth’s Mark McNulty, but he didn’t see out the full 90 minutes. Maybe he was scared away?

DON'T CALL ME SHIRLEYDon’t Call Me Shirley
No instances of footballing androgyny were spotted.

And stay out!…And Stay Out!
Inverness Caledonian Thistle’s Miles Storey makes a repeat appearance here as his last three clubs have been Portsmouth, Newport County and Invercally. All whilst on loan from Swindon.

Travel PagesThe Travel Pages
And it’s that time of the year when summer holidays are booked and teams are 15 points away from safety. Step forward Alloa “Athletic” who are the first of many entrants onto the travel pages of Season 2015-2016. EDIT: And they were the first British team to be relegated, ironically, on the 1st of April.

Known To The AuthoritiesKnown To The Authorities
This was very nearly a blank until right at the very last, the ol’ faithful Troy Deeney popped up with a judicious penalty, as opposed to punching down a student and receiving a judicial penalty.

Fresh HellFresh Hell
Mick McCarthy v Neil Warnock. High Green v Frecheville. Extreme North Sheffield v Extreme South-east Sheffield. A win for the South East on this occasion would leave McCarthy crying into his Mackeson Stout.

Darwinism In ActionDarwinism In Action
Sheffield Wednesday 3-0 Charlton Athletic. One of these teams is 6th, the other is 23rd. And one (or two?) of our contestants is very happy they didn’t endure a ‘Where’s Russell?’ 360-mile round trip to see this game.

Stealth GubStealth Gub
Barney
– called Leyton Orient v Morecambe at 0-0 on 12 min – Finished: 1-0 – FAILED!
Howard
– called Ross County v Inverness Caledonian Thistle at 0-3 on 48 min – Finished: 0-3 – FAILED!
Chris
– called Port Vale v Burton Albion at 0-3 on 56 min – Finished: 0-4 – FAILED!

Miscellany

Wycombe Wanderers’ Aaron Holloway enacted what can only be described as a Brighton + with a double at the right end and one at the wrong end. Despite ‘investigations’, Barney was unable to find a more appropriate description, although his browser is now mysteriously clogged-up with Pop-ups and Malware…

The Results

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FiveDanny Batth (Wolverhampton Wanderers)
Leon Best (Rotherham United)
Michael Morrison (Birmingham City)
Rhys McCabe (Dunfermline Athletic)
Tom Soares (Bury)


TwoIzale McLeod (Notts County)
Lee Tomlin (Bristol City, on loan from Bournemouth)

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SixIzale McLeod (Notts County)
Jamal Campbell-Ryce (Chesterfield, on loan from Sheffield United)
Mark Hudson (Huddersfield Town)
Michael Morrison (Birmingham City)
Scott Wagstaff (Bristol City)
Tom Soares (Bury)

Arsenal
ThreeAnthony Stokes (Hibernian, on loan from Celtic)
Cesc Fabregas (Chelsea) x2
Rhys Murphy (AFC Wimbledon)


SixAnthony Stokes (Hibernian, on loan from Celtic)
Danny Batth (Wolverhampton Wanderers)
Harry Bunn (Huddersfield Town)
Izale McLeod (Notts County)
John-Joe O’Toole (Northampton Town)
Sam Vokes (Burnley)

OVERALL RESULT: POINTS SHARED BY CHARLTON AND THE BLADES!

Season 3 Game 40 (11-14 Mar)

THE Go Into The Wild, make a porno, and do us all a favour HEAD-IN-HANDS LEAGUE

So named because of the weekend birthdays of Emile Hirsch (31), Ron Jeremy (63) and Adam Ant (60). Emile Hirsch was in “Into The Wild”, which I’ve not heard of, despite it being a Sean Penn film (surely he should put his energies into making Shanghai Surprise II not all this rubbish!)

THE CATEGORIES

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Barney:
‘O’Brien puts Welling in Room 101’ [Must admit, I still don’t get that]
Chris: ‘Cash converts for Dagenham and Redbridge’
Howard: ‘It’s no way Ajose for Millwall’

The Dread Hand Of BarneyThe Dread Hand of Barney
The semi-supernatural entity spooked Burnley’s Andre Grey and Kemar Roofe into not continuing their goal-scoring run. It did not prevent Shane Sutherland at Peterhead finding the net twice, but that’s because the hand isn’t the youngest and had a twinge of arthritis heading to Northern Scotland.

Reverse ChurchillReverse Churchill
Southport 3-3 Welling and Rotherham 3-3 Derby featured 3 goals in the last 7 minutes to equalise by the away and home team respectively.

And this part is where Barney has a rant. So all the rest of you can make a soothing cup of tea while our man on the touchline completely loses it. Take it away, master Bell…no really take it away, we don’t want it…

But at least the points were shared there, unlike at London Road, where a Graham Westley Halftime Churchill saw Posh lose 2-3 having been 2-0 up. With Zakuani on the bench. And Michael Smith is horrible defensively and the entire division knows it.

And Westley out, obviously.

THAT’S WESTLEY OUT.…AND BLOWING OUT THE PRESS DOESN’T HELP EITHER, JESUS, WE’RE 2-1 UP AND HE TAKES OFF THE ANCHORMAN AND THE DEBUT GUY AND BRINGS ON TWO ATTACKING MIDFIELDERS WHEN WE HAVE ZAKUANI ON THE SODDING BENCH.

And so on…and on…and on… like Ariston…(ask yer dad)…

Tony Craig's Oyster CardTony Craig’s Oyster Card
Barrow’s Andy Cook. Two previous clubs were Carlisle United and Workington AFC. Reports he eats nothing but Kendal Mint Cake couldn’t be confirmed as we went to press, presumably because it isn’t true.

Glenn & ChrisDiamond Lights
No takers this week, maybe they just missed the top 10, “like School Of Seven Bells superb eponymous final album did last week” (Legal disclaimer: those words are Barney’s and Barney’s alone). I think it missed the charts in the same way that Eddie the Eagle missed out on a gold medal.

Born into BurberryBorn In Burberry
Bristol City’s Marlon Pack was the early front-runner here, but was overtaken by Exeter’s Jayden Stockley. Both would obviously be found hanging outside an off-licence trying to get an adult to buy some cheap cans of cider.

Stealth GubStealth Gub
Barney
– called Sue Perkins repeatedly, but to no avail. And was not out this week – FAILED!
Howard
– called Rochdale v Bury at 3-0 on 60 min – Finished: 3-0 – FAILED!
Chris
– called Hartlepool v Dagenham and Redbridge at 3-1 on 61 min – Finished: 3-1 –  FAILED!

Youre not a kid anymoreYou’re Not A Kid Anymore
You’ll be 26 soon, Matty Taylor at Bristol Rovers, another 6 years and you’ll be able to call yourself Matty T, just like Stevie G.

Miscellany

Bought to you this week by the Indodrill Stadium, formerly Recreation Park, home of Alloa Athletic. Indodrill, for all your mining (no chance of that) and prospecting needs in the Central Scottish area. Based in Singapore.

And now time for some late items of news (as they used to say on The Two Ronnies)…

Firstly, not one, not two, but three ‘Bentdner’s In Leon Best’s double being his first in 5 months, a similar timespan accrued for Coventry’s Marc-Antoine Fortune whilst Jean-Louis Akpa Akpro’s goal for Shrewsbury was his first since late October.

Cheltenham’s Dan Holman delivered a one-man ‘good seeing to’, hitting four against Woking in a spectacular ‘It don’t mean nuthin’ as he scored 14 in 26 for The Cards last season.

An awkward moment for Altrincham, who dismissed manager Lee Sinnott on 10 March. First game under new boss Neil Tolson saw them travel to Barrow, where they took the lead via former manager’s son Jordan Sinnott’s free kick, who pointedly refused to celebrate.

And in a Make Ya Ma Proud from BBC sport’s coverage of Burton v Fleetwood:

65:43 Fleetwood Town make a substitution: Bobby Grant replaces Victor Nirennold

67:10 Bobby Grant (Fleetwood Town) is shown a straight red card for violent conduct.

The Results

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ThreeHallam Hope (Carlisle United, on loan from Bury)
Leon Best (Rotherham United) x2


FiveJosh Thompson (Southport)
Lee Tomlin (Bristol City, on loan from Bournemouth)
Nathaniel Mendez-Laing (Rochdale) x2
Nicky Ajose (Swindon Town)

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ThreeBradley Goldberg (Bromley) x2
Josh Wright (Gillingham)

Arsenal
NilAnother clean sheet. If only this was the real-life side…


FiveBilly Paynter (Hartlepool United)
Nathaniel Mendez-Laing (Rochdale) x2
Sam Vokes (Burnley)
Scott Boden (Newport County)

OVERALL RESULT: IF IT WASN’T FOR THERE BEING TWO JACK PAYNES, THIS WOULD HAVE BEEN AN OUTRIGHT WIN FOR BARNEY. AS IT IS, POINTS SHARED WITH THE BLADES!

Season 3 Game 39 (Midweek Madness 8-9 Mar)

THE Everybody’s Changing? Here In My Car? Alright! HEAD-IN-HANDS LEAGUE (MIDWEEK MADNESS)

So named because of the midweek birthdays of Keane’s Tom Chaplin (37), Gary Numan (58) and Gaz Coombes (40).

THE CATEGORIES

ZingerZinger

Miscellany

Two sterling efforts stand out:

We may not find a more deserving ‘Where’s Russell’ than the Aldershot fans who enojoyed a thrilling 427 mile, 7 1/2 hour round trip to Chester on a freezing Tuesday night and watched their charges in an 8-2 meltdown.

And we haven’t heard from the mighty East Stirling for a while, but we raise a glass to The Shire after learning of a never-unwelcome appearance from A Trialist in their ranks against Clyde. In true East Stirlingshire fashion, A Trialist subsequently saw a second yellow on 76 in an 0-3 reverse. Let’s hope Ma Trialist was proud.

The Results

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NilA rare blank!


ThreeLawrie Wilson (Bolton Wanderers)
Lee Frecklington (Rotherham United)
Liam Dickinson (Guiseley)

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ThreeKyel Reid (Bradford City, on loan from Preston North End)
Lawrie Wilson (Bolton Wanderers)
Simon Church (Aberdeen)

Arsenal
OneMark Randall (Milton Keynes Dons)


SixChristian Nade (Dumbarton) x3
Kyel Reid (Bradford City, on loan from Preston North End)
Sam Vokes (Burnley) x2

OVERALL RESULT: THE BLADES BANDWAGON ROLLS ON – LUFFY WINS AGAIN!

Season 3 Game 38 (4-7 Mar)

THE Sir Viv hits 50 Shades of Shaq HEAD-IN-HANDS LEAGUE

So named because of the weekend birthdays of Sir Vivian Richards (64) 50 Shades of Grey director Sam Taylor-Wood (49) and NBA Legend Shaquille O’Neal (44, if you can have a legend in Basketball…).

THE CATEGORIES

ZingerZinger
Barney:
‘Falkirk’s ‘Mark Kerr’ evaded his ‘Marker’ for the goal’ (Makes more sense when you say it, but not THAT much more sense. [But then he used up all his puns in the category below)
Chris: Self-inflicted alcohol wound
Howard: ‘Everybody’s Talkin’ about Nilsson’s goal for Stevenage’

The Dread Hand Of BarneyThe Dread Hand of Barney
It’s my sad duty to report Accrington’s Billy Kee snapped in the lock, Lyle Taylor wasn’t Swift for AFC Wimbledon and Doncaster’s Andy Williams Took His Eyes Off You. (Barney’s Zinger quotient has reached ‘Danger’ levels)

Make Ya Ma ProudMake Ya Ma Proud
It’s a rare blank for this category, no really, me neither but no incidents of maternal shame were noted over the weekend. Was China White’s closed or something?

Day Trip To BrightonDay Trip To Brighton
Oh, what do you think? That’s a ‘no, by the way

 

Local Boy Makes GoodLocal Boy Makes Good
Owls v Millers and Burnley v Blackburn are plenty grim enough for the category, but Altrincham v Macclesfield is a very special kind of drudgery.

Claridge ClockClaridge Clock
Another rare blank here, we had a few players who had 8 clubs on their CV, like Kelvin Langmead at Kidderminster Harriers, but none who reached the magic ten.

Where's Russell Martin?Where’s Russell Martin?
Millwall 3-0 Blackpool. 516 mile round trip in around 8 1/2 hours. A thoroughly suitable unrewarding away trip there which may also qualify for the Darwinism category too.

Stealth GubStealth Gub
Barney
– called Millwall v Blackpool at 2-0 on 24 min – Finished – 4-0 – FAILED!
Howard
– called Walsall v Brnsley at 1-3 on 61 min – Finished – 1-3 – FAILED!
Chris
– called Manchester City v Aston Villa at 2-0 on 48 min – Finished – 4-0 – FAILED!

Miscellany

Which is bought to you this week by Chigwell Construction, the new sponsors of Dagenham & Redbridge’s stadium – a whole lot snappier than The London Borough of Barking & Dagenham Stadium, their previous sponsor.

Only one story this week, Remi Garde’s halftime instructions to his players after 45 mins at the Etihad were meant to keep their wheels turning, keeping the score at 0-0. Alas, the pep talk led to the their bowels churning, as they shipped (shipped, I said) 2 within 5 minutes on their way to a 4-0 good seeing-to. Halftime Churchill du jour, as Garde probably has never said.

The Results

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TwoHallam Hope (Carlisle United, on loan from Bury)
Michail Antonio (West Ham United)


TwoKelvin Langmead (Kidderminster Harriers, on loan from Ebbsfleet United)
Shaq McDonald (Halifax Town, on loan from Derby County)

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NilA rare clean sheet!

Arsenal
NilAnother clean sheet!


SevenCraig Beattie (Stirling Albion)
Jason Holt (Rangers)
John-Joe O’Toole (Northampton Town) x2
Michael Higdon (Tranmere Rovers)
Scott Boden (Newport County)
Shaun Miller (Morecambe)

OVERALL RESULT: ONLY ONE WINNER HERE – THE BLADES!

Season 3 Game 37 (26-29 Feb)

THE barton fink and the mysterious girl on blueberry hillHEAD-IN-HANDS LEAGUE

So named because of the weekend birthdays of John Turturro (59), Peter Andre (43) and Fats Domino (88).

THE CATEGORIES

ZingerZinger
Barney:
McGuigan counter-punches for stranraer {before Dunfermline added a further 5}
Chris: Arararararararrararrraarrrr…. (see below for explanation)
Howard: {John} Baird scores for Falkirk – will that be on tv?

The Dread Hand Of BarneyThe Dread Hand of Barney
Dan Wright (Cheltenham), former Glapwell FC striker Lee Gregory (now at Millwall), and the students’ friend Troy Deeney, all “worked a shift”, but failed to break the curse.

Pagga!Pagga!
No. Only happens when Barney does not put it down

Local Boy Makes GoodLocal Boy Makes Good
Ontario, Canada’s David ‘Junir’ Hoilett

Are You My Fag?Are You My Fag?
Sylvan Ebanks-Blake (Chesterfield) and regular contributor Keanu Marsh-Brown (Forest Green)

Darwinism In ActionDarwinism In Action
Dunfermline first by 10pts – 6 – Stranraer (7th out of 10 teams) – 1

Stealth GubStealth Gub
Barney
– called Wigan Athletic v Bury at 2-0 on 11 min – Finished – 3-0 FAILED!
Howard
– called Dunfermline v Stranraer at 4-1 on 54 min, and prompted by Barney – Finished – 6-1 SUCCESS!
Chris
– Hungover after a staff jolly – all paid for by us, the paying public. That’s why the fares are so high. Write to your MP, write to the European Parliament. Write to NATO. Write to anyone who’ll listen.

Old SchoolOld School
Samuel Stanton (Livingston), no doubt popped it in past ol’ Bert Trautmann…or maybe not

Miscellany

Nothing here. Move along.

The Results

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FiveConnor Wickham (Crystal Palace) x2
Grant Holt (Rochdale)
Marcus Tudgay (Coventry City)
Michail Antonio (West Ham United)


SevenDanny Rose (Tottenham Hotspur)
David Ball (Fleetwood Town)
Nicky Ajose (Swindon Town) x2 – counting double
Saido Berahino (West Bromwich Albion)

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FiveMarcus Tudgay (Coventry City)
Yann Kermorgant (Reading) x2 – counting double

Arsenal
OneCesc Fabregas (Chelsea). Boooo.


ThreeChristian Nade (Dumbarton)
Kyel Reid (Bradford City, on loan from Preston North End)
Scott Boden (Newport County)

OVERALL RESULT: A WEEK OF RESPITE FOR LUFFY AS BARNEY’S POSH TAKE THE CAKE!

Season 3 Game 36 (19-22 Feb)

THE Nevermind Mister Tibbs and the crazy chick HEAD-IN-HANDS LEAGUE

So named because of the weekend birthdays of Kurt Cobain (would have been 49), Sidney Poitier KBE (89 – he’s allegedly a ‘Sir’ but was born in the USA, so this is in quotes for now) and Empress Charlotte Church (30 and as much an Empress as Poitier is a Knight)…

THE CATEGORIES

ZingerZinger
Due to various prior engagements, none of your panel could find the time to drop a witticism regarding a goalscorer. I bet you’re all heartbroken out there. I know Wiggy’s scriptwriters are…

The Dread Hand Of BarneyThe Dread Hand of Barney
Saw off Coventry’s Jacob Murphy and Rochdale’s Ian Henderson but Nahki Wells’ late effort for Huddersfield prevented a clean sweep. It’s likely the apparition has yet to reach Wells’ native Bermuda. Even more likely the said curse flat-out avoids Huddersfield altogether (wise!)

And stay out!…And Stay Out!
Leigh Griffiths again. Dundee – Wolves – Celtic (via training ground tantrums at Hibernian’s Pat Fenlon and rather unwisely, Wolves’ Mick McCarthy)

 

Known To The AuthoritiesKnown To The Authorities
It has to be Leigh Griffiths at Celtic. It’s safe to say there’s been a few meetings between the judiciary and the former Wolves and Hibernian striker over the last few years. The most recent one was for singing an offensive song – does this mean most of Barney’s record collection will now be confiscated? *pleads*

It Dont Mean NuthinIt Don’t Mean Nuthin’
Paul McShane lasted but a year at West Brom as new management swept away the Bryan Robson “signings”. As you would. Despite this, he’s had a decent career to date and may have enjoyed scoring the winner which saw his Reading team upset the Baggies in the FA Cup.

Glenn & ChrisDiamond Lights
Annan’s Josh Todd also doubles as Guns ‘N’ Roses soundalike Buckcherry’s frontman. He’ll also be the vocalist on Velvet Revolver’s new stuff. This is more information than Buckcherry really deserve, or that we care to hear.

Stealth GubStealth Gub
Barney
– called Bury v Colchester United at 3-2 on 51 min – Finished – 5-2 – FAILED!
Howard
– called Cambridge United v York City at 3-1 on 60 min – and then the scoring stopped! – FAILED!
Chris
– called Halifax Town v Grimsby Town at 3-0 on 54 min – Finished – 4-2 – FAILED!

An evening with Paul RobinsonAN EVENING WITH PAUL ROBINSON
Out of the cold storage and back on probation after two straight weeks of soul-crushing 0-0 draws being noted. Naturally, this means a blank when it’s actually a category again. Either that or we all fell asleep – you decide!

Miscellany

Brought to you this week by the Checkatrade.com Arena or Broadfield Stadium, home of Crawley Town. A quick shufti at the company’s website indicates you’ll get a detailed account of a service provided in your area, but omits the question ‘Can you make sure they look English?’ making it all but unusable for many people in Crawley. Allegedly.

Round of applause too for Colchester United, who brought a thoroughly impressive run of 17 winless games to Gigg Lane. Things looked promising against Bury, as they led 2-1 on the half hour. Alas, such dizzy heights clearly affected their central defender Tom Eastham, who went for a second bookable on 34. Normal service thusly resumed with the Essex U’s conceding four unanswered goals in the remainder of the game, losing 5-2. 18 without a win. “Resign!”

The Results

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FiveBen Marshall (Blackburn Rovers)
Chris Maguire (Oxford United)
Rory McArdle (Bradford City)
Ross Barkley (Everton)
Ryan Lowe (Bury)


SixCraig Mackail-Smith (Luton Town)
Nicky Ajose (Swindon Town) x3
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Tyrone Barnett (Southend United, on loan from Shrewsbury Town)

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FourAdebayo Azeez (AFC Wimbledon)
Conor McAleny (Wigan Athletic, on loan from Everton)
Dale Stephens (Brighton and Hove Albion)
David Mooney (Southend United)

Arsenal
OneGuy Demel (Dundee United)


10Chris Porter (Colchester United)
Connor Dimaio (Chesterfield)
Danny Philliskirk (Oldham Athletic)
Gary Cahill (Chelsea)
Jonathan Forte (Oldham Athletic)
Lyle Taylor (AFC Wimbledon)
Matt Phillips (Queen’s Park Rangers)
Sam Vokes (Burnley)
Scott Boden (Newport County)
Steve Davies (Bradford City)

OVERALL RESULT: LUFFY AGAIN – NO STOPPING THE BLADES IN THE HEAD IN HANDS LEAGUE!

Season 3 Game 35 (12-15 Feb)

THE FEEL THE ADDAMS FAMILY’S HOT FUZZ HEAD-IN-HANDS LEAGUE

So named because of the weekend birthdays of Robbie Williams (42), Chrstina Ricci (36) and Simon Pegg (46).

THE CATEGORIES

ZingerZinger
Zingers are off the menu this week due to a combination of skivey excuses

The Dread Hand Of BarneyThe Dread Hand of Barney
Neither Jordan Rhodes (Middlesbrough), Lewis Hoult (Motherwell) or Matt Taylor (Bristol Rovers) troubled the scorers

DON'T CALL ME SHIRLEYDon’t Call Me Shirley
Jordan Bowery (Oxford United). Released by Rotherham United who had spent £600,000 on him the season before. There was no reason to mention that except to poke fun at the random signing policy of Steve Evans.

Make Ya Ma ProudMake Ya Ma Proud
To the far north – Annan Athletic, in fact, where young midfielder Ben Jago went on 90 minutes for violent conduct, after coming on as a sub. His contribution totalled approx 26 minutes. Montrose score the resultant penalty and equalise with the last kick of the game.

Tony Craig's Oyster CardTony Craig’s Oyster Card
Blank. Maybe it’s a fault with Contactless Cards…

Fresh HellFresh Hell
Mark Yates (a regular here), the former Chelteham boss and now manager of Crawley Town. It was 1-1 at the time of the “Mega-Pagga” (see below) but the team collapsed to a 4-1 defeat. At the end, it was 10 vs 10.

Born into BurberryBorn In Burberry
Initially we might have had to go with Troy Deeney but Baily Cargill (Coventry City, on loan from Bournemouth) easily took the cake here

Stealth GubStealth Gub
Barney
– called Coventry City v Bury at 3-0 on 21 min – Finished – 6-0 GUB ACHIEVED! (a Mullah-ing, in fact)
Howard
– called Kidderminster v Macclesfield at 3-0 on 25 min – Finished – 3-1 FAILED!
Chris
– called Blackpool v Shrewsbury Town at 0-3 on 34 min – Finished – 2-3 FAILED! 

Miscellany

Brought to you by the appropriately-named Wham Stadium – Accrinngton’s Shay McCartan and Crawley’s Simon Walton were singled out by the referee as the main offenders in a SEVENTEEN MAN BRAWL, which led to 9 minutes of injury time. Star of the show has to be Accrington’s Jason Mooney, who received a straight red for foul and abusive langugage. Mooney is the reserve goalkeeper and was not even on the pitch.

Emile Heskey, veteran lump/alleged striker, has, amongst his the middle names, Ivanhoe. Really.

The Results

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NilA rare clean sheet!


FourLiam Dickinson (Guiseley)
Nathaniel Knight-Percival (Shrewsbury Town)
Nicky Ajose (Swindon Town) x2

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TwoKyel Reid (Bradford City, on loan from Preston North End)
Michael Smith (Portsmouth, on loan from Swindon Town)

ArsenalTwoEmmanuel Adebayor (Crystal Palace)
Kolo Toure (Liverpool)


10Billy Paynter (Hartlepool United)
Danny Philliskirk (Oldham Athletic)
Jamie Murphy (Brighton and Hove Albion)
Kyel Reid (Bradford City, on loan from Preston North End)
Lyle Taylor (AFC Wimbledon) x2
Paul Gallagher (Preston North End)
Scott Boden (Newport County)
Seamus Conneely (Accrington Stanley)
Steve Davies (Bradford City)

OVERALL RESULT: ONLY EVER ONE WINNER HERE – LUFFY’S BLADES!