|"ST JAMES' PARK SINCE 1880---AND AALWAYS WILL BE!"|
Toneet we take in The Baggies of WBA in wot iz wor last home game of the year and we can anly hope that 'Santa Claaz' brings us an orly Xmas present in the shape of 3 points to end wor 5 game winless run.
The Hawthorns where the 'Baggie Troosers' play, iz close to my 'pay packet', az I am often at the bakery directly ower the road from their groond, deliverin' and collectin' bread (wud yoo belive!?) to take back to a bakery on the Team Valley in Gatesheed.
Not sure wot the crowd will be toneet? but I'm sure it will be less than the 51,000 at the Swanzee game on Saturday. (especially az it's anly fower days before 'yee naa who' comes doon the chimneee!)
Toon Team news :
|PROBABLE TEAM LINE UP'S?|
Ryan Taylor cud be back in the side after missin' the Swanzee game, but we're not 100% certain aboot this?
Kick off iz @ '7:45 bells'
'The Geordie Times 100 Pub Crawl Challenge' continues of course and waaterin hole number 51 and forst on wor list this afternoon, will be!---- 'THE FORTH!' in Pink Lane, which is up the alleyway, just ower the road from 'The Central'
Match and pub crawl report to follow much later! (as per usual!)
The latest edition of the 'BLACK AND WHITE DAFT' fanzine by 'Mad Mick' iz oot nuw and I'm featured (if that's the reet word?) on page 26 aboot mee exploits on Boxin' Day 1970 @ Leeds, when aa broke mee leg before the match!
Issue 7 iz on sale @ THE BACK PAGE SHOP in St Andrews Street (opposite The Newcastle Arms)and aall good Geordie paper shops and aa'll be 'reprintin' mee 'leg break disaster story' online in 'The Geordie Times' on eetha Xmas Eve or Xmas Day.
(the printin' above's IZ! a bit smaall to read!---like!)
Features in this issue include anythin' 'anti-mackem', away days @ Ipswich and Bolton (and Leeds!) plus stories from the 1960's and a tribute to Gary Speed.
@ £2.95 a copy it's a 'canny read'!