Season 5 Game 14 (6 – 9 Oct)

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THE ‘Superman Returns From The Village With The Bends’ HEAD-IN-HANDS LEAGUE

So named because of the weekend birthdays of Brandon Routh (38) Sigourney Weaver (68) and Thom Yorke (48)

THE CATEGORIES

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Barney:
‘Lee Evans gets red card for Wigan, the funniest thing he’s ever done’
Chris: ‘Cambridge’s Legge gets his marching orders’ [Leon Legge]
Howard: ‘Fylde defender scores an own goal. Not a ‘Grand’ Day Out’ [Simon Grand]

The Dread Hand Of BarneyThe Dread Hand of Barney
Is still rocking ‘Viva Las Vegas’ and sampling some of the leisure facilities. After all, it would be a shame to waste all these golf bags it discovered the other day. This was probably the explanation as to why Rory Gaffney of Bristol Rovers and Stefan Payne at Shrewsbury Town both scored, with only Jayden Stockley of Exeter City being unable to overcome its malady.

DON'T CALL ME SHIRLEYDon’t Call Me Shirley
Another series of hesitant choices. Grimsby Town’s Sam Jones, Joss Labadie at Newport County and Plymouth Argyle’s Alex Fletcher.

Tony Craig's Oyster CardTony Craig’s Oyster Card
We could have a winner in the shape of Bromley’s Louis Dennis. Dagenham and Redbridge, Bedfont and Feltham, Welling United, Grays Athletic, Canvey Island, Hayes and Yeading, and Bromley.

Are You My Fag?Are You My Fag?
Woking’s Reice Charles-Cook. Probably doesn’t go to away games with his Nanny in his twenties and receive £7m to do up his spouse’s house whilst voting for the bedroom tax. [Only our lawyers know who Barney is ranting about here].

Claridge ClockClaridge Clock
James Collins at Luton Town with 10 clubs at 26 has much to learn from Oxford United’s Wes Thomas, with 16 clubs at 30.

UNPLEASANT LOCAL DERBYUnpleasant Local Derby
Tranmere Rovers v Chester in the Conference, 14 miles travel for the away team, who parked their bus in front of the goal according to reports. [Here I must quibble with The Barnster, as Chester is rather a nice place].

Stealth GubStealth Gub
Barney
– called Lincoln City v Chesterfield at 2-0 on 26 min – Finished: 2-0 – FAILED!
Howard
– called Colchester United v Mansfield Town at 2-0 on 33 min – Finished: 2-0 – FAILED!
Chris
– called Milton Keynes Dons v Bradford City at 0-2 on 45 min – Finished: 1-4 – FAILED!

Miscellany

Our supernatural friend’s curse against Rory Gaffney may have inadvertently afflicted Gaffney’s strike partner Billy Bodin, as the Bristol Rovers forward scored against his old club (It Don’t Mean Nuthin’) but pulled his hamstring in the process, his replacement then missed a penalty, which Bristol Rovers truly missed as they won 6-0 against the never-more-appropriately named Cobblers.

Morecambe’s venerable winger Kevin Ellison, 38, was red carded by rookie referee Anthony Backhouse, 28. Rumours Ellison described the official as a ‘Cheeky young whippersnapper’ are probably fantasy but are fairly amusing anyway. This was actually the end of a personal nightmare for the veteran as he had earlier deflected the ball into his own net for what turned out to be the only goal of the game.

And it’s a ‘Day Trip To Brighton’ to AFC Fylde’s Simon Grand, who scored at both ends for the Coasters.

The Results

Richard Wood (Rotherham United)


Michael Bostwick (Lincoln City)
Paul Taylor (Bradford City)

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David Mooney (Leyton Orient)
Richard Wood (Rotherham United)

Arsenal
Nothing. Yay!


Ethan Ebanks-Landell (Milton Keynes Dons on loan from Wolverhampton Wanderers)

OVERALL RESULT: HONOURS EVEN BETWEEN PETERBOROUGH AND CHARLTON!



Season 5 Game 13 (29 Sept – 2 Oct)

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THE ‘Gareth Keenan Serves Vincent’ HEAD-IN-HANDS LEAGUE

So named because of the weekend birthdays of MacKenzie Crook (46), Martina Hingis (37), and Don MacLean (72).

THE CATEGORIES

Zinger
Barney:
[Arbroath’s David]Gold certainly not glittering after that own goal
Chris: The Blades didn’t see Forest’s equaliser [Jason] Cummings.
Howard: Keir Waddell has scored – if you see Sid, Tell him!

The Dread Hand Of BarneyThe Dread Hand of Barney
Fancies heading to Las Vegas, has heard the hotel rooms are rather cheap right now, at least something was firing blanks as only Peterborugh United’s Jack Marriott hit the spot, with St Johnstone’s Michael O’Halloran and Zavon Hinds at Maidstone United failed to score.

Reverse ChurchillReverse Churchill
It can only be Peterborough United’s Grant McCann. 1-0 at half-time to 1-4 at full-time in their game with Oxford United. The Posh are doing rather better than Barney expected at present so any rant will have to wait. For now (though he adds “our best left back is 17 and on loan at Guiseley right now”).

Local Boy Makes GoodLocal Boy Makes Good
Cheltenham Town’s Mohammed Eisa. Born and plays his international football for Sudan. There’s also Airdrie’s Spanish defender Willis Furtado and Haitian DUCKENS NAZON at Coventry, a name which I will continue to mention at every DUCKENS NAZON opportunity.

Born into BurberryBorn In Burberry
A veritable smorgasbord of nominations here with Keshi Anderson at Swindon Town, Jayden Stockley at Exeter City, and Kalvin Orsi at Brechin City leading the way.

Stealth GubStealth Gub
Barney
– called Huddersfield Town v Tottenham Hotspur at 0-3 on 27 min – Finished: 0-4 – FAILED!
Howard
– called Manchester United v Crystal Palace at 3-0 on 67 min – Finished: 4-0 – FAILED!
Chris
– called Burton Albion v Wolverhampton Wanderers at 0-2 on 24 min – Finished: 4-0 – FAILED!

Old SchoolOld School
Unusually difficult to place, but I’m confident about Lawrence Shankland at Ayr United making the grade, less so of Seamus Conneely at Accrington Stanley [Edit: Definitely a ‘NO’] or Oliver Watkins at Brentford.

Paul RobinsonAn Evening With Paul Robinson
Inverness Caledonian Thistle 0-0 Queen Of The South. 3 shots on target in 90+ minutes, all from the away team.

Miscellany

Plenty of categories which weren’t covered this week, firstly a fine Unpleasant Local Derby with Bognor Regis v Eastbourne Borough in the qualifying rounds of the FA Cup, lent further spice with Bognor’s player-manager, Gary Charman, having quit Eastbourne in 2016 after being told he wouldn’t make the team.

Kevin De Bruyne scoring the only goal in the Chelsea v Man City is a blatant It Don’t Mean Nuthin’ due to Chelsea disposing of the midfielder against his wishes a few years back.

We almost had a truly textbook Bendtner! With Saido Berahinho taking a penalty for Stoke against Southampton. It was saved (naturally!) and Berahinho still hasn’t scored for 18 months and counting. If only Tottenham Hotspur had wasted £25 million on him…ah well…

And in a preview of a possible category in the New Year, ‘Is It Cup Week’, which will feature former ‘big clubs’ taking on former non-league/lower league teams, Leyton Orient 0-2 Fylde.

The Results

Aiden McGeady (Sunderland)
Hallam Hope (Carlisle United)
Vadaine Oliver (Morecambe)


Alan Sheehan (Luton Town)
Conor Washington (Queen’s Park Rangers)
Kyle Vassell (Blackpool)
Nathaniel Knight-Percival (Bradford City)

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Joe Pigott (Maidstone United on loan from Cambridge United)
Martyn Waghorn (Ipswich Town)

Arsenal
Sebastian Larsson (Hull City)


Ethan Ebanks-Landell (Milton Keynes Dons on loan from Wolverhampton Wanderers)
Seamus Conneely (Accrington Stanley)

 

OVERALL RESULT: IN A LOW SCORING WEEK, BARNEY’S POSH JUST EDGED IT!




Season 5 Game 12 (22 to 25 September)

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THE ‘Luke Skywalker’s A Celebrity on Wall Street’ HEAD-IN-HANDS LEAGUE

So named because of the weekend birthdays of Mark Hamill (66), Declan Doneally (41) and Michael Douglas (73).

THE CATEGORIES

Zinger
Barney… successully went back in time to destroy all such records. In fact, the rest of this entry may no longer exi…

The Dread Hand Of BarneyThe Dread Hand of Barney
Clearly woke up within Northern California in a bad mood, said to be incandescent after recent failures to blank their chosen strikers, this has literally spread like wildfire and won’t be helped by Romelu Lukaku’s goal, though Portsmouth’s Brett Pitman and Raith Rovers’ Greig Spence didn’t net.

Known To The AuthoritiesKnown To The Authorities
Nile Ranger scored for Southend on his return. His Wikipedia page has a segment entitled ‘Legal History’…

It Dont Mean NuthinIt Don’t Mean Nuthin
Newport County’s Padraig (Pronounced ‘Parrick’) Amond scored the only goal of the game against his old club, Grimsby Town. He didn’t celebrate said goal, the respectful scoundrel.

Glenn & ChrisDiamond Lights
We have to bring up a repeat offender with Doncaster Rovers’ Andy Butler, who’s the main wheel in Hercules and Love Affair. He fetched out a new album last month by the way, which is probably not the type of music normally associated with Doncaster…

Darwinism In ActionDarwinism In Action
Rotherham United (8th) – 5
v
Oldham Athletic (24th) – 1

That’s a strong choice.

Bendtner!Bendtner!
Any strikers who broke long scoreless streaks with a goal at the weekend were unnoticed by our crack team of scrutineers. That’s “crack” team…

Stealth GubStealth Gub
Barney
– called Fleetwood Town v Southend United at 1-3 on 43 min – Finished: 2-4 – FAILED!
Howard
– called Aston Villa v Nottingham Forest as I had missed the 3 o’clock games and this was the evening kick-off – Finished: 2-1 – FAILED!
Chris
– had no comment to make, it seems. So – FAILED!

Miscellany

We’ve been privileged to witness some exquisite ‘Fresh Hells’ in recent weeks but old favourite Mick McCarthy may have took the cream off the milk (and the paint off the dressing room) with this missive regarding Leeds United’s game with his Ipswich Town side.

‘If we’d have come here and been s@#%e, that’s one thing. But we were very good today, which makes it all the more galling’
[Leeds won 3-2]

And an excellent ‘Are You My Fag?’ courtesy of Dagenham and Redbridge’s Mason Enigbokan-Bloomfield’s debut goal for the Daggers.

The Results

Daryl Murphy (Nottingham Forest)
David McGoldrick (Ipswich Town)
Hallam Hope (Carlisle United)
Jimmy Smith (Crawley Town) x2
Leon Clarke (Sheffield United) x2 – counting double against old club
Nile Ranger (Southend United)
Steven MacLean (St Johnstone)
Tony McMahon (Bradford City)


Aswad Thomas (Sutton United)
Jack Munns (Hartlepool United)
Lee Novak (Scunthorpe United)
Leon Clarke (Sheffield United) x2

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Craig Mackail-Smith (Wycombe Wanderers)
Harry Anderson (Lincoln City)
Kyle Vassell (Blackpool)

Arsenal
Nico Yennaris (Brentford)


Andy Butler (Doncaster Rovers)
Jon Stead (Notts County)
Mark Yeates (Eastleigh)
Matt Done (Rochdale)
Otis Khan (Yeovil Town)
Tony McMahon (Bradford City)

OVERALL RESULT: NOT IN DOUBT THIS WEEK – IT’S THE OWLS ALL THE WAY!



Season 5 Game 11 (15 to 18 September)

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THE Roids in The Diner, on The House HEAD-IN-HANDS LEAGUE

So named because of the weekend birthdays of Lance Armstrong (47), Mickey Rourke (65) and Katie Melua (33).

THE CATEGORIES

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Barney:
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Chris: [blank]
Howard: Airdrieonians’ [Jake] Hastie was first to the showers – was he too Hastie? [no wonder this was “omitted” by Barney!]

The Dread Hand Of BarneyThe Dread Hand of Barney
Whilst heading through the Southern states of America, our emissary from the Dark side received word that not only had its’ friend Harvey failed to claim on the Premium bonds, Harvey’s other half, Irma had ‘Got wind [so to speak] of this and was whipping up a storm’. Despite the suddenly unfriendly conditions, it managed to aerially curse Rob Hall at Oxford United and Fulham’s Johansson. Raith Rovers’ Vaughan scored early to prevent the clean sweep leaving the skeletal one ‘stranded’.

Make Ya Ma ProudMake Ya Ma Proud
Identifying a worth recipient of this award was something of a struggle and we had to actually do some research. Step forward (again) Jake Hastie of Airdrieonians, who went on his home debut and second game as a professional.

And stay out!…And Stay Out!
Close to home, Gary Hooper of The Owls (Southend, Scunthorpe United, Celtic, Norwich City, Owls) knows his way around a few Moto service stations…

Tony Craig's Oyster CardTony Craig’s Oyster Card
Nope, but the trains weren’t running to time anyway [not like Hitler’s Germany!]…

Fresh HellFresh Hell
This was heading to Wycombe Wanderers’ Gareth Ainsworth after Luton Town scored in the 92nd and 98th minutes, condemning the Chairboys to a 2-1 loss. Our attention was then brought to Newport’s Mike Flynn, who won the honours going away:

‘That was not the kind of performance I like to be associated with, it was gutless, spineless and I’ve told the players that. A terrible, terrible performance’

Are You My Fag?Are You My Fag?
Hardy perennial A-Jay Leitch-Smith at Dundee makes the fold, but Woking’s Regan Charles-Cook is a new name to these shores. He’ll learn to imply that people are using Food Banks because they’re too cheap to buy stuff and claim to be self-made despite having a £100m inheritance heading their way.

Stealth GubStealth Gub
Barney
– called Swindon Town v Stevenage at 2-0 on 45 min – Finished: 3-2 – FAILED!
Howard
– called Watford v Manchester City, at 0-3 on 44min – Finished: 0-6 – GUB!!
Chris
– called Dagenham and Redbridge v Halifax Town at 3-0 on 45 min – Finished: 3-1 – FAILED!

Miscellany

A couple of clear Half-time Churchills to mention. Harry Redknapp’s words of wisdom overturned a 1-0 lead at the break into a 1-3 reverse at St Andrews and an invitation from the Birmingham City owners (who said “fronts for the Chinese Government”?) to spend a bit more time managing Jordan (the country) along with various pundits shaking their heads at all these foreign owners sacking managers far too early. Like the foreign chairman of Crystal Palace and Derby County…oh hang on…

On the subject of Derby, Gary Rowett went one better than Redknapp, seeing his team ship four in the second half at Ashton Gate in a 4-1 drubbing.

Falkirk 0-0 Dundee Utd? Was it as grim as it sounds? Was there a Paul Robinson! to be witnessed?

[Click HERE to find out]

Ouch.

The Results

David McGoldrick (Ipswich Town)
Lewis Baker (Middlesbrough on loan from Chelsea)
Reda Johnson (Eastleigh)
Stevie May (Aberdeen)


Britt Assombalonga (Middlesbrough)
Erhun Oztumer (Walsall)-counting double against his old club
Kwesi Appiah (AFC Wimbledon)
Kyle Vassell (Blackpool) x2

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Joe Pigott (Maidstone United on loan from Cambridge United)
Lee Novak (Scunthorpe United)
Mark Ricketts (Boreham Wood)

Arsenal
Anthony Stokes (Hibernian) x2


Anthony Stokes (Hibernian) x2
Craig Beattie (Edinburgh City)
Matt Done (Rochdale)
Sam Wedgbury (Wrexham)
Shaun Miller (Carlisle United)

OVERALL RESULT: SPOILS SHARED BETWEEN POSH AND THE BLADES




Season 5 Game 10 (12-13 September)

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THE ‘When The Pawn…Bowls a Googly in One Direction HEAD-IN-HANDS LEAGUE

So named because of the weekend birthdays of Fiona Apple (40), Shane Warne (47) and Niall Horan (24) .

THE (MIDWEEK) CATEGORIES

Make Ya Ma ProudMake Ya Ma Proud
A truly superb entry from Middlesbrough’s Adama Traore, one of many players who weren’t favoured sons amongst the Aston Villa fanbase last season, indeed many home fans cited his red card just four minutes into the Villains v Boro as his best performance at Villa Park to date.

Forest Green Rovers’ mainstay Dale Bennett’s missed header/airshot clearance/wipeout of goalie combination which led to the only goal of the game verss Lincoln can’t be ignored: (LINK – The fun and games begin at about 1.10 in)

Local Boy Makes GoodLocal Boy Makes Good
Finally, we discovered an early candidate for Local Boy Makes Good of the year in the shape of Coventry’s Haitian international striker, who scored his debut goal for the Sky Blues midweek. I will confidently predict I won’t tire of typing in Duckens Nazon’s name for quite some time. Quack!

Fresh HellFresh Hell
Goals in the 92nd and 94th minutes for the home team at The Crown Oil Arena (As very few people call it) saw Rochdale defeat Doncaster Rovers 2-1. There can be few doubts many lazy scribes used the words ‘hairdryer’ and ‘Fergie Junior’ in the same paragraph as the Doncaster players felt the full force of the hairdryer from Fergie Junior.

Ah, Damn. Well, it’s certainly a winner here.

Miscellany

All the miscellaneous data has been cunningly filed under the category which it fitted. Apologier

The Results

Danny Batth (Wolverhampton Wanderers)
Daryl Murphy (Nottingham Forest)


Harry Anderson (Lincoln City)
Jon Taylor (Rotherham United) x2
Lee Frecklington (Rotherham United) x3
Reuben Reid (Exeter City)
Scott Rendell (Aldershot Town)
Shaq Coulthirst (Barnet)

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A rare blank!

Arsenal
Nico Yennaris (Brentford)


Danny Batth (Wolverhampton Wanderers)
Jon Stead (Notts County)
Martyn Woolford (Grimsby Town)
Steve Davies (Rochdale)

OVERALL RESULT: ONLY ONE WINNER HERE – BARNEY!




Season 5 Game 09 (8 to 11 September)

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THE ‘See You Again at The Funhouse For The King’s Speech’ HEAD-IN-HANDS LEAGUE

So named because of the weekend birthdays of Wiz (short for Wizard? Wizened?) Khalifa (30), Pink (39) and Colin Firth (57).

THE CATEGORIES

Zinger
Barney: ‘Woking’s midfielder ‘Wards’ off Maidstone’s clean sheet’ {that would be Joe Ward}
Chris: [this comment will censored, due to Garry Monk no longer being in charge of Leeds United. My fault.]
Howard: ‘Bury left it late but threw in the Towell’ (Rotherham United’s Richie Towell scored 89th minute winner)

The Dread Hand Of BarneyThe Dread Hand of Barney
…was enjoying the charms of Southern Mexico so much they got carried away on the Tequila and dropped Pandora’s Box. The connection between this and the 6.2 level earthquake in the local area has yet to be ascertained but certainly resulted in an early flight home on the thermals, though the being would like to make it clear Mexico is still very much in its mind…

Although being slightly distracted by the above events, it still succeeded in stalling Yeovil Town’s Olufela Olomola and Hibernian’s Anthony Stokes [yay!], though Rotherham United’s Kemar Roofe scored twice. Mood said to be ‘philosophical’ as sending waves of ire to Rotherham was always going to be a big ask.

Day Trip To BrightonDay Trip To Brighton
Cancelled, and just a month after Pride Day too.

Reverse ChurchillReverse Churchill
You won’t get a finer illustration of the above category than Greenock Morton 3-2 Dunfermline, which was 0-2 at the half-time interval. All the more impressive due to the Pars’ excellent start to the season. Morton’s sponsors are the confectioners Millions, whose website states. ‘Our Blackcurrant, Bubblegum, Raspberry, Apple and Strawberry flavours are all officially Kosher’ Finally! you can neck back a packet after a Torah recital without an iota of theological guilt.

Claridge ClockClaridge Clock
Simon Walton’s blown-out knee at 25 and subsequent insurance payout restricts him to part-time football so there’s been a lot of clubs on his resume – 15 at just 29 years of age. This makes Jermaine Beckford’s 12 clubs at 33 look like an exercise in steadfastness.

UNPLEASANT LOCAL DERBYUnpleasant Local Derby
Which would be Boreham Wood 2-0 Leyton Orient and the 19 miles between the two teams. Despite their proximity, this is a thoroughly unfamiliar journey for the away fans as there were four divisions between these clubs a few years ago. The O’s wobbly start to the season suggests this won’t be their last trip to Meadow Park and for that matter, Gander Green Lane, home of Sutton United, who have also turned over the Brisbane Road team this season. ‘A season of consolidation awaits, Clem’ [“thanks, Manish”].

Stealth GubStealth Gub
Barney
– called Leeds United v Burton Albion at 2-0 on 35 min – Finished – 5-0 GUBBED!
Howard
– called Peterborough United v Bradford City at 0-3 on 44 min – Finished – 1-3 [curses, it appeared to stop the rot ] – FAILED!
Chris
– called Colchester United v Crawley Town at 3-0 on 37 min – Finished – 3-1 – FAILED!

Old SchoolOld School
The Alexandra Stadium was the place to be for players who belong on the back pages of The Daily Sketch with category regular George Cooper netting for the Railwaymen and the Spireites’ Eddie Nolan’s own goal [noted below]. Bromley’s Frankie Sutherland rounds out the podium places.

Miscellany

Just the one item, Milton Keynes Dons had then-Bolton Wanderers midfielder Rob Hall on loan twice, but didn’t show a great deal of interest in making a permanent move for him. Oxford United did, and Hall scored against MK Dons on Saturday, that would be an It Don’t Mean Nuthin’ then.

The Results

Daniel Jones (Notts County)
Eddie Nolan (Crewe Alexandra) o.g.
Jimmy Smith (Crawley Town)


Britt Assombalonga (Middlesbrough) x2
Krystian Pearce (Mansfield Town)
Lee Angol (Mansfield Town) x2
Reuben Reid (Exeter City) x2
Shaq Coulthirst (Barnet)

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Joe Pigott (Maidstone United on loan from Cambridge United)
Kadell Daniel (Dover Athletic)
Scott Sinclair (Celtic) x2
Simon Walton (Sutton United)

Arsenal
Josh Rees (Bromley)
Luke Freeman (Queen’s Park Rangers)


Chris Porter (Crewe Alexandra) x2
Dominic Poleon (Bradford City)
Jonathan Forte (Notts County)
Matt Kilgallon (Bradford City)
Michael O’Halloran (St Johnstone on loan from Rangers)
Simon Walton (Sutton United)

OVERALL RESULT [brought to you by Leatherface, that is to say RIP Tobe Hooper]: ANOTHER WIN FOR THE POSH!



Season 5 Game 08 (1 to 4 September)

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THE ‘celebrity juice and lemonade/ excellent!!!’ HEAD-IN-HANDS LEAGUE

Fearne Cotton (35), Beyonce (36) and Keanu Reeves (53) enjoyed the birthday cake over the weekend.

THE CATEGORIES

Zinger
[no gems were unearthed from beneath Barney’s notes]

DON'T CALL ME SHIRLEYDon’t Call Me Shirley
Shrewsbury Town’s Alex Rodman and Wycombe Wanderers’ Paris Cowan-Hall both netted over the weekend in a fine exhibition of unisex football.

Pagga!Pagga!
A disappointingly Corinthian weekend I’m afraid.

Local Boy Makes GoodLocal Boy Makes Good
Turns out Wrexham’s Ntumba Massanka was born in Manchester, Maidstone United’s Johan Ter Horst’s from Ashford, and Woking’s Inih Effiong is a St Albans native, so we’ll go with Bedsante Gomis at Barrow. Born in Mont-Saint-Aignan, in northern France, he previously played for Lens and the more glamorous Southend and Sutton United.

Glenn & ChrisDiamond Lights
Couldn’t find anything, there’s a whole load of obscure Jazz musicians, but there you go.

Stealth GubStealth Gub
Unusually – nothing to say here. As Toyah once said, “It’s a mystery”

Youre not a kid anymoreYou’re Not A Kid Anymore
Charlie Wyke scored a hat-trick for Bradford City against Bristol Rovers. You can also go with Charlton Athletic’s Ricky Holmes, 29.

Miscellany

Fitting for a partly bare-bones edition, this section is also blank

The Results

.Hallam Hope (Carlisle United)


Erhun Oztumer (Walsall)
Jon Taylor (Rotherham United)
Shaq Coulthirst (Barnet) x3

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Jamal Campbell-Ryce (Barnet)

Arsenal
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Billy Clarke (Charlton Athletic)
Jamal Campbell-Ryce (Barnet)

OVERALL RESULT: A CLEAR WIN FOR BARNEY!