Posted by sean on February 17, 2010 at 10:38 pm in Leeds United with 1 Comment

… record.

Leeds sadly lost at home in the league for the first time this season last night. To Walsall of all teams. Truly shocking!

I still have full faith in Saint Simon Grayson to get Leeds promoted though. He IS the Football God.

Posted by sean on February 15, 2010 at 10:54 pm in Football with No Comments

So, Sir Alex is “wary of David Beckham media circus

Surely not…

Posted by sean on February 15, 2010 at 10:43 pm in Leeds United with No Comments

Leeds United manager and football God, Saint Simon Grayson, will surely have swapped his Tetley’s Bitter for a pint of scrumpy this evening as promotion-rivals Charlton took on everyone’s third favourite* West County football club, Bristol Rovers.

Since the start of 2010, when good overpowered evil and Leeds beat Manchester United in the FA Cup, things have not been going so great for Saint Grayson’s team. Still, even God made mistakes when he created the universe – surely Cardiff wasn’t intentional.

Therefore, when Grayson’s latest disciple, Paul Trollope, guided his team, Bristol Rovers, to victory over Charlton, Saint Simon saw that it was good.

Tomorrow night, Leeds take on Walsall (Claire’s temporary local side) at Elland Road. Victory for Saint Simon’s team will surely see his angels move closer to promotion.

* after Bath City and Bristol City

Posted by sean on February 14, 2010 at 11:10 pm in Bath City with No Comments

Valentine’s Day – a time for those in love to celebrate their relationship and compassion for each other. Also a time for those who are single and couples in relationships who have grown to despise each other, to avoid. Luckily, I am in the former of those categories.

Claire came down for the weekend and we celebrated our Valentine’s Day on Friday evening. We went for a meal at The Boathouse – the riverside pub/restaurant where we went at the start of our relationship, nearly two years ago.

We had a nice meal and were entertained by a neighbouring table talking very vocally about their various traumatic lifetime experiences. I tried to work out which country they were from, based upon their accent – my guess being America, Australia or Outer Mongolia. They weren’t Bristolian.

The next day, we visited the town of Maidenhead in Berkshire. Not the typical venue for a romantic weekend, but for two Bath City fans wanting to see their team play, it was ideal. The City players gave us each a Valentine’s gift, by winning the game 2-1, moving closer to the promised land of the ‘Blue Square South Play Off Zone’.

After a really lovely weekend, it is unfortunately a return to reality. Claire is back at university in Walsall and I am back to work. Sadly, we are not in a Walt Disney cartoon where we can live carefree everyday of the year; we live in the real world which involves work, bills and Gordon Brown. Oh well…

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