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).
Don’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 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.
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.
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!
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.
Billy 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)