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Latitude: 51°30'N
Longitude: 0°3'W

11-26-2014

(18:36) Dinamo Urchins: All change at Dinamo

Len Shackleton famously wrote a chapter in his auto biography “The Average Director’s Knowledge of Football”. It consisted of a single blank page.

It appears that the Dinamo Board are intent on proving that Shackleton was, if anything, being on the generous side. Having dismantled a successful team in order to concentrate on youth development and the bizarre concept of sexy football, consultants and bean counters had advised that this would have to be a long term project with inevitable demotions to the depths of the Hattrick Pyramid system.

After just one season however, the Board have thrown money at anyone prepared to sell them an Englishman who wasn’t a defender, dismissed coach Shepherd and installed bewildered veteran (decrepit) striker Willie Watts in his place.

Relegation given the paucity of the youngsters defensive skills is almost guaranteed in any event. Shepherd is now in charge of making sure the correct logos are on the corner flags

Morons.

11-25-2014

(20:17) The Power of North London: Kickoff

The new season is about to start, and TPoNL are as usual looking forward to it :) This season maybe we could fight for the top 3, and in the cup we're hoping for the 4th round.

All the best for you all :)

(00:58) Millwall boys: Easy win

This game will be an easy win for my boys

11-24-2014

(20:05) Spearheads: New season

Everything ready for the new season. Lots of changes in the squad, new manager and lots of ambition for a season that will surely be tough. Let the games begin!

11-23-2014

(08:53) Leixlip Lunatics: Club celebrate first U20 cap

The club celebrated their first full U20 cap on Friday as Rob Grimshaw put on his gloves for the full 90 minutes (498857918). He managed to keep a clean sheet although was largely untested. He had played for 45 minutes a few weeks ago, but this was his first full cap.

The manager was quick to calm the excitement around the club, claiming he is far from the finished article.

"Rob still has a lot of work to do. He is a great shot stopper, but needs to work on his keeping from set pieces as is still fairly vulnerable. That will improve quickly however. We are immensely proud of him, it's a fantastic achievement".

After receiving a reduction of wages from the national setup, the club decided to give it to Rob as a bonus. However, his Mum took it off him as she thought he'd been "up to something dodgy".

Rob still looks remarkably surprised by the achievement (395140169).

 
 
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