Posts Tagged ‘huddersfield town’

Manager Gone, Now for the Programme…

Well, we wake up to the sound of church bells, rain bouncing off the window cill and the news that Mark Robins has gone. It is being spun by the Club as an amicable parting, and that, “The Club would like to place on record their gratitude…” Etc etc blah blah blah. He was sacked, […]

A New Season, the Same Old Crap

Depending whether you’re a glass half full or a glass half empty man, there were two ways to look at the start of the new season.  My own feeling was that it would be a struggle to stay up once again. I hoped that today’s match would tell me that I hadn’t a clue what […]

The Final WC Leaderboard Position

In contrast with our England CW Games competitiors, Johnny Zero’s final position in the WC Leaderboard (for those that are interested – and it’s not many it has to be said) was 121st out of 287. Not too bad really, top half of the table. If Huddersfield Town are top half of the table come […]

They Think It’s All Over, Actually It Is!

Quarter Finals Day 1 France 0-1 Germany France had slowly began to build up a degree of momentum in this tournament, but Germany was a bridge too far for Les Bleus. Despite five French shots on target, the man mountain Neuer could have been little more invincible between the sticks if he’d have been allowed […]

World Cup Blog Day 2

After the let-down of the Brazil match, where the Croats was robbed and the Officials seem to be operating by precision, Swiss remote control, it remained to be seen whether the Mexico v Cameroon game could provide redemption. ‘No’ was the swift reply, delivered like a Pythonesque haddock to the chops. Any chance of a […]