…those sheep botherers Cardiff at home. One for police overtime then.
Archive for November, 2010
Good point after we dominated the first half and then scored late on trough Matthew Etherington aided by a Tuncay piece of trickery. Next two games are key – Wigan away, then Blackpool at home.
FA Cup third round draw tomorrow – I’d like Port Vale please so we can stuff them
Two penalties, one by Etherington , the other by Walters who also scored the third, saw Stoke keep up their remarkable record against West Brom (in fact the last time we lost to them was when I was at the game and I’ve seen us lose 4-1 and 6-1 to this lot back in the mid-late 80′s).
Pennant went off injured after eleven minutes but hopefully won’t be out to long. We are hoping to sign him on a permanent contract in January when his loan period runs out but as he’s been playing well I reckon we may have competition now for his signature. Plus his wages will be more than we will be prepared to pay.
What a great win for us! Last time we beat Liverpool was back in 1984. Goals from Ricardo Fuller (not his best but hey a goals a goal) and Kenwyne Jones (who needed a goal) saw us pull of a famous victory. Not bad at all seeing as Liverpool beat Chelsea the weekend before. Come on Stoke!
Hurrah! At last a win as we squandered a two goal lead after goals from Huth and Fuller, before Whitehead made sure of the three points for us. Great to see Fuller back with Pennant shining also against one of his former clubs. We face another of his former teams on Saturday as well – Liverpool.
Tony Pulis has put forward the idea of managers voting for the referees at the end of the season and the bottom three get relegated from refering in the Premiership the following season. Nice idea but unless one of the big teams get behind it not a chance it will be considered seriously.
…cuffin’ ‘eck five defeats on the bounce now and only one place above the relegation zone plus we’ve lost the most games of any Premiership team to date – seven. Not looking good at all and next up at home our bogey team Birmingham.
FA Cup 1st round as well today with Dover dumping Gillingham out and Crewe lost to Tamworth. Sadly Port Vale came back at Dartford to get a reply.
Nov 6th showing of the short movie ‘Sugar Drop’ at Ashford (Middx) hospital.
Full details can be found here…
All proceeds to Diabetes UK and organised by my wife
Saturday 6 November 2010Lecture Theatre, Ashford Hospital
Nabila Ritchie is organising a screening of the film Sugardrop on Saturday 6 November 2010 from 10am to 11.30pm.
It will take place in the Lecture Theatre of Ashford Hospital, Middlesex.
Dr Helen Ward, a Consultant Endocrinologist at Ashford and St. Peters’ Hospital will lead a short, informative discussion about diabetes prior to the screening and will then host a question and answer session at the end. Tickets are £5 and can be bought on the day. All proceeds will go to Diabetes UK.
Note: due to some content not suitable for the under 15′s.