In his novel “So Long and Thanks For All the Fish” Douglas Adams introduces us to the character of a lorry driver called Rob McKenna who can never get away from the rain and has noted over two hundred and thirteen different types of it. 1,196 more words
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As Fulham’s search for a new manager reaches the capable feet of Gary Rowett, are the Cottagers setting their bar too high?
Birmingham manager Rowett yesterday became the new favourite to take the reigns at Craven Cottage, whether he takes charge is an entirely different matter. 512 more words
Morning from a tired, slightly hungover Hayden! What an unbelievable night it was at the Football Blogging awards.
First of all I think it’s only right to thank everyone involved with the event for making it so memorable. 503 more words
By Scott Taylor
Neil Critchley’s Liverpool U18s will face Championship side Ipswich Town in the third round of the FA Youth Cup. The Reds, who won the tournament in 2007, are currently third in the Barclays Under 18 Premier League. 198 more words
Meet admission delegates of Birmingham City
University International College (BCUIC);
International College of Robert Gordon University
(ICRGU); and Cambridge Ruskin International
College (CRIC) this November for admission… 67 more words
As I sit in my bedroom, looking out onto the trees littered with the warming glow of reds and oranges while writing this weeks blog, I can confidently say three things: 839 more words