Game 5 Season 2 (22-25 Aug 2014)

THE ‘R2D2’s GONNA STEP ON ANT AGAIN’ HEAD IN HANDS LEAGUE

So called because of the birthdays of Kenny ‘R2D2’ Baker, 80 on the 23rd, Shaun Ryder, 52 on the 23rd, and Ant MacPartlin 46 on the 25th.

Handcuffs
KNOWN TO THE AUTHORITIES

 Quality over quantity here with Troy Deeney and Lee Hughes.

Red Card
MAKE YA MA PROUD

A Standing ovation for Telford’s Godfrey Poku who went on his debut on opening day and followed this up with another red card for violent conduct (whilst appealing the previous early bath) on the 25th. Fine work.

Beaver
FIGHTING LIKE BEAVERS

Tranmere 2-3 Cheltenham having been 2-0 at half time. Cheltenham’s own PR described their Manager, club stalwart Mark Yates as ‘Steely’. Tea and Biscuits were unlikely to have been served in the visitors dressing room at Prenton Park around 3.45. Thrown perhaps, but not served.

Pagga!
PAGGA!

A few ‘incidents’ but no mutual red cards.

It Dont Mean Nuthin
IT DON’T MEAN NUTHIN’

Michael Antonio – twice against the owls, and Paddy Madden against Yeovil Town

Gubba
STEALTH GUB

Gateshead 1-6 Grimsby called by Barney at 0-3 on 43min.
Cowdenbeath 0-4 Alloa called by Howard at 0-3 at Half Time.

MISCELLANY

Grimsby Town 7 – 0 Alfreton Town. Notable for being the first Wham of the season.

In checking the scorers for this week, I found some sad news. The man with the best name in football has retired to go into coaching – Brown Ferguson. No more to be seen on the Sky Sports News vidiprinter. Sniff….

FINAL SCORES:
arsenal-box FiveAbu Ogogo (Dagenham and Redbridge)
Emmanuel Adebayor (Tottenham Hotspur)
Jordan Wynter (Cheltenham Town)
Luke Freeman (Bristol City)
Marouane Chamakh (Crystal Palace)

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Carlton Cole (West Ham United)
Charlie MacDonald (Barnet) x2
Lee Cook (Barnet) x3
Mark Hudson (Cardiff City o.g. now -Huddersfield Town)
Paul Hayes (Wycombe Wanderers)
Scott Parker (Fulham)
Tom Soares (Bury)

sheffield-wednesday-box SixLuke Foster (Southport)
Matty Fryatt (Nottingham Forest)
Michail Antonio (Nottingham Forest) x2
Steven MacLean (St Johnstone)
Tom Soares (Bury)

sheffield_united_fc FourJamie Ward (Derby County)
Nathan Dyer (Swansea City)
Scott Boden (Halifax Town) x2

peterborough-unitedNineAdam Newton (Woking)
Britt Assombalonga (Nottingham Forest)
Craig Mackail-Smith (Brighton and Hove Albion)
Emile Sinclair (Crawley Town)
Reuben Reid (Plymouth Argyle)
Scott Rendell (Woking) x4 – a one-man good seeing-to, and still not enough!

 

OVERALL RESULTS: DESPITE SCOTT RENDELL’S BEST (OR WORST?) EFFORTS, CHARLTON TAKE THE PRIZE THIS WEEK WITH A MASSIVE TEAM EFFORT!