Discussion in 'Coventry City General Chat' started by 87mint, Feb 4, 2020.
Very slow, my apologies.
Some pre-match for blues.
Cheers L x
Struggling to get past the "dispense their bulging load" at the moment!
Really love the honest record of the game
Another cracking view of the day out.Rather a few to many for me before the game in Bristol city centre
That was top class. It was better then the game itself. I will forward it on to the hierarchy. I will pm you there response.
I don’t need to save a video of the first goal. I just cut and pasted two paragraphs for posterity
Another one realising perhaps Burge wasn’t all that.
Glad to see those toilets still have their poetic charm. I decided to give them a miss on Saturday after my Cup game visit. Can’t have too much of a good thing!
My son who did make a visit on Saturday told me that,never mind the toilet, there was a queue for the near by bush. All for the bargain price of £27
I know, I went in that one after you, I believe!
Brilliant as always Mint and honestly some of the best sports writing I have ever read.
This for example is both very funny and inspired:
'........and admired the cistern stickers admist the streams of steaming urine spilling from happy Cov cocks. Songs bounced around the jubilant jungle of urea. A happy place for a few moments at least.......'
And I still remember the phrase "no monsieur" from the Max game - the story telling in describing that goal was just something else. Worth another read for anyone who missed it.
Late but brilliant
I do hope you apply this talent to other spheres Laurence.Profitable one's .
Hope I spelt it correctly.
Ha! Thanks man. Which game was the Max game? Peterborough?
errm, where's Saturdays report Laurence?, it's nearly Pompey time hahaha
Maybe we can look forward to a “twofer”
I know mate. Complete slacker. I didn't actually go on Saturday, but I did neglect to write up the Birmingham game. Too much trauma I'm claiming.
Back to normal with Southend.
write when we're winning, you only write when we're winning
Separate names with a comma.