Just watching their highlights from yesterday and it dawned on me that I really don’t like them. I hope they lose at Wembley, Bruce bursts the remainder of his blood vessels in his face and Terry has another blub.
Not good timing for this entirely irrational feeling I accept, as they may well get half a dozen against us on Tuesday.
I’ve mentioned my twin boys on the forum before (one Rangers, one Fulham).
Today, after an surgical exploratory, one of my lads has been diagnosed with Crohn’s disease.
The early prognosis is not encouraging and we may be looking at significant bowel removal.
This isn’t my cathartic release, but, an appeal for any of my fellow hoop travellers who may have experienced this condition to share their experiences, so that I can be best equipped to help my boy. I’ve read the advice, but, real life reports seem to mean more.
He’s a gem of a centre midfielder by the way, in the Currie mode.
Really not much to complain about, I didn't think.
First time we've dominated a half against Fulham since god knows when. Energy, effort and skill. The midfield three were fantastic again. I also thought Sylla showed enough to be given a run in the side. Another positive was Robinson, who really seems to have found his feet, after this run in the side.
Negatives, Lynch; I'm no expert, but, the bloke looks in dire need of coaching to get his body positioning right. Shocking for the pen.
And we desperately lack a goal scorer, but, we all know that.
I like this lot though. They want it. MOM, though Scowen just shaded Luongo and Freeman, but, only a fag papers width between the three.