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|Blog ||Where Is The Love?|
at 13:08 20 Dec 2013
There was a comparison made earlier this week in a local newspaper between the entertaining Joe Royle team of 2003/04 and the current members of Mick McCarthy’s ever-improving first choice XI.
|Blog ||The Power Of Bergerism|
at 20:21 28 Aug 2013
This week I have read that a number of words have somehow entered the Oxford Dictionary of English. Slang words such as "twerking”, which despite claiming to be relatively well educated I have absolutely no idea what it means. In the interest of remaining topical, I would therefore like to introduce my readers to another new word. Bergerism.
|Blog ||Keep Your Friends Close and Your Enemies Closer|
at 12:31 8 May 2013
I don’t remember how old I was or even who I first heard this old proverb from, but it stuck with me and is something I have reminded myself of a fair few times over the years.
|Blog ||Half-Empty (or Half-Full)|
at 18:35 11 Apr 2013
There is a recurring theme on this site and many other topic boards about the perceived poor attendances at Portman Road and what can be done to increase attendances.
|Blog ||Why The Window Should Be Left Wide Open|
at 12:50 1 Feb 2013
Intriguing, exciting, funny, frustrating, exhausting, anti-climactic. These are just a few of the emotions I experience on transfer deadline day. I love it, but would it be better to return to the situation of old where player trading can take place all season long?
|Blog ||The L Word|
at 08:36 10 Jan 2013
The day always comes when one of you has to say it. It’s one of the most important words muttered and to some it means so much and to others it just rolls of their tongue but means nothing to them. I’m talking about the only word that truly makes you feel excited and nervous at the same time. Loan.
|Blog ||The X-Files|
at 13:25 3 Dec 2012
It was a cold, gloomy afternoon in December. The bright lights shone down onto the grass in front of me and I could see green and red neon lights.
|Blog ||Lurking In The Shadows|
at 12:35 22 Oct 2012
I think it’s human nature to be just a little sceptical, maybe even afraid of things which hide away in dark places. As children we’re told of stories of bogey men and cupboard monsters, mainly as our parents telling us the stories find our fear amusing (I know that’s why I scare my kids) but from it we form the opinion that anybody or anything which isn’t prepared to be seen in the light of day isn’t to be trusted.
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