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John Terry’s New Villa chant

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John Terry has got a new chant at Villa.

Aston Villa fans have come up with new chant for Ex-England Captain John Terry. Famed for his love of the ladies, (More famously other peoples.) Villa supporters penned a new chant for the clubs top shagger. giving the new chant it’s debut out side a pub before their loss to Wolves.

“Oh oh oh, Terry’s on Tinder”

“Oh oh oh, he’s messaging you sister”

“Oh oh oh, he always gets his end away”

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Chelsea fans “10 men went to mow” before FA Cup clash with Norwich

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Chelsea fans enjoyed a sing song before their 0-0 draw with Norwich at Carol Road this weekend with a rendition of “10 Men Went To Mow” on the concourse before Kick-Off

Lyrics

One man went to mow,
Went to mow a meadow,
(aside) Meadow!,
One man and his dog,
(aside) Spot!,
Went to mow a meadow

It’s pretty straight forward after Thant.

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Unbelievable moment goalkeeper scores first Welsh premier league goal of 2018 (VIDEO)

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‘The lads said how strong the wind was and said to give it a good hammering’

Not exactly the words of a true great goalscorer, but the words of the scorer of a bloody great goal.

Unlikely as it sounds, Carmarthen Town’s No1 Lee Iszi became the first goalscorer of 2018 in goalkeeper in Welsh Premier League.

The goal came on 66th minute of Carmarthen Towns New Year’s day clash, away at Aberystwyth Town.

Idzi managed to take advantage of the blustery conditions finding the net after his heavy punt caught the wind and hit the back of the net to give his side the lead at Aberystwyth’s Park Avenue.

Unsurprisingly the strike was the 29-year-old’s first ever goal in his four years at the club

After the game he said: “At half time the lads said how strong the wind was and said to give it a good hammering.

“I couldn’t actually tell it had gone in, I thought it had gone over the bar. I only knew when the boys started celebrating.

“The response has been a bit mad! People have been messaging and texting.

“The boys have been giving a bit of banter on the group chat- it is all a bit of fun really.”

The clubs Twitter account went crazy after the goal.

. Carmarthen went on to win the game 2-1 thanks to Idzi’s however the long range effort still wasn’t enough to lift side being rooted to the bottom of the league.

Hopefully with a little more help from Mother Nature relegation can be avoided in 2018.

Watch it all unfold below.

 

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LEE IDZI! 👀⚽
Golwr Caerfyrddin gyda gôl gyntaf 2018 Uwch Gynghrair Cymru!

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Match Day With The Missus | Lincoln City v Forest Green

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After doubling our waistlines with a diet of pigs in blankets and beer over the festive period, it was once again time to drag Amy to some distinctly average and underwhelming football. High flying Lincoln City’s Sincil Bank was the destination and Forest Green the away side hoping to climb out of the relegation zone. We looked forward to another exciting game.

On the Road:

Given this was a pretty local match for us to go to, so we got the train from Newark Northgate for under a fiver each and were in Lincoln within half an hour. Lincoln station is on quite a few major lines so getting there isn’t too painful with maybe a change at Sheffield or Nottingham depending where you’re coming from. Since it only took 20 minutes for us to get there, we decided to make the most of our time in the city and soaked up the tourist attractions on the hill by the cathedral. This turned out to be a cracking decision as there are plenty of reasonably priced pubs and cafes as you make your way up. Instead of a cooked breakfast at one of the pubs, we went for a famous five-esque spot of afternoon tea and weren’t disappointed. Apparently controversially, according to Amy, I went for a bagel covered in baked beans… don’t knock it until you’ve tried it guys- it made up half of my diet at uni and is one of your five a day. The walk to the ground from the train station is only about fifteen minutes but there’s a noticeable contrast between the two sides of Lincoln, beginning at the train track. It’s what I would imagine leaving West Berlin to go to the East was like in 1989.

The Venue:

Sincil Bank is surrounded by terraced housing but is very easy to find. If walking from the station, you’ll turn onto the appropriately named Scorer Street before seeing the ground on your right next to the dike. I’ve always enjoyed my visits in the past to this ground and last week’s game was no different. Amy was pretty cheerful as well, belting out a flawless rendition of Sweet Caroline which was playing over the tannoy before the match. Her apparent excitement meant that I didn’t have to drop her off at the play zone next to the ground while I watched the game. To be fair, play zone looks like a right laugh and if Amy had been offered the chance to go I think they would’ve had to have dragged her out kicking and screaming at closing time. Tickets are very reasonably priced with Adults at £22, Concessions £15 and under 18s/full time students getting in for just £8. Another great deal which we were yet to come across on our away day adventures was family tickets; an adult and junior ticket was priced at £22, a concession and junior just £17. Got a lot of time for Lincoln’s giant red imp mascot too, who casually sat on the pitch side wall all game; only getting up to celebrate a goal or have a go at the linesman.

 

Cuisine:

Even though we’d had some lunch earlier on, the opportunity to grab some half-time grub was too enticing to miss out on. Our more regular readers (as a side note, please stop sending me lingerie through the mail- I’m flattered but not interested) may remember a rant about the modern game’s criminal omission of bottled condiments around the country from a previous trip to Accrington Stanley. Major hats off to Lincoln City who, like Accrington, refused to bow to tyranny and offered an array of sauces to enhance your dish. Another welcome surprise was the serving of chips- a rarity at most football grounds. Golden and crispy on the outside with a nice fluffy finish in the middle, our bold decision to opt against the pie this week paid off. We were also in awe of the fact that they were served in newspaper so couldn’t pass off the opportunity to have a catch up on the Lincolnshire news whilst enjoying our grub. Amy, sadly, put mayonnaise on her chips. Absolutely barbaric. Everything was reasonably priced- the chips coming in at £2.50 and everything else available for under a fiver. Sadly, we couldn’t get any beer so, if on an away day to Sincil Bank, make a day of it and sample the pubs and bars the city has to offer.

Clientele:

It’s a long way from the Cotswolds to Lincoln, especially when your team is in the bottom two, so the 86 Forest Green fans who made the four-hour trip deserve a lot of credit. One bloke behind us had an irrational obsession with screaming ‘get it in the mixer’… every now and then it’s the right thing to do but asking for it during the pre-match warm ups might be a bit ambitious mate. The number of young supporters at the match with their families was also pleasing to see… that gives off the impression of a healthy club with, hopefully, a bright future on and off the pitch. Not too sure if any of the supporters were vegan though because they didn’t talk about being vegan at any point during the day. Then again, maybe ‘get it in the mixer’ guy was just shouting them all down… he must have a shrine of Tony Pulis or Sam Allardyce in his house along with the phrase ‘it’s a results business’ tattooed across his back.

The Match:

Both teams started the game brightly before Lincoln’s centre forward Matt Rhead opened the scoring with a header from a brilliant Neal Eardley cross. Wayne Rooney’s resemblance to Shrek is the most notorious footballer-cartoon character likeness but Rhead is the spitting image of the troll in the first Harry Potter film that is set loose in the girls’ toilet. Really hope he doesn’t somehow read this- he’d snap me like a fortune cookie. Back to the game and, instead of letting the early goal get to them, Forest Green began to get into the game with a couple of half chances. A major reason for this may have come from Amy’s encouragement of “come on little vegan team” after Lincoln took the lead. Eventually, on 25 minutes, the improvements paid off as the in-form Christian Doidge turned well in the box following good work down the right and equalised with an accomplished finish. Game on.

Half time now and onto the pitch came former Lincoln striker Simon Yeo for an interview. Yeo was an absolute machine on Fifa 2005, especially on career mode. I remember having a fruitful spell with Lincoln City, taking them to an FA Cup final within a season. This was back in the days when you could only pick a team in League Two to start your managerial merry-go-round and had £0 in the bank. You kids don’t know you’re born with your Ultimate Team and dabbing celebrations.

Into the second half and Lincoln began to dominate with that man Rhead again being the difference, converting just before the hour mark after a poor clearance from goalkeeper Bradley Collins. Hats off to him, he got a lot of stick for his weight throughout the game but laughed it off by mocking himself in his celebration. He’s integral to Lincoln and any hopes they have of promotion. From there, the game began to even out again with Lincoln seeming content to hold on for a 2-1 win. As mentioned earlier, Forest Green failed to ‘get it in the mixer’ enough and didn’t threaten again until the final minutes. A smart save from Lincoln’s Josh Vickers denied Doidge a second before a stoppage time equaliser was disallowed for what looked like a foul in the box. In the end, the result was a fair reflection on the game, but Forest Green did themselves proud. A really entertaining game, best of luck to both sides for the rest of the season.

Man of the Match:

Harry Anderson The winger had tons of pace down the right and was instrumental in the winning goal, dragging his opposing full back, who was a decent player, all over the place. Special mentions to Forest Green’s goalkeeper Bradley Collins and Centre Back Emmanuel Monthe. The former had a solid game between the sticks, including brilliant save to his left, and was unlucky that his mistake led to the winner. Monthe was solid all game and kept a threatening Lincoln frontline relatively quiet.

Amy’s Man of the Match:

Forest Green Rovers. Not sure about the ruling on this one but this is Amy’s section, so she can put who she wants. She said they deserved this prestigious prize “for being cute vegans and playing so well even though they lost”. Explaining that the players aren’t necessarily vegan and to call them ‘cute vegans’ is patronising clearly fell on deaf ears.

Highlight of the Match:

During the half time announcements, one man got a special mention as he had recently got married. By recently, I mean in the morning- just in time for kick off at 3pm…

there’s being a football fan and then there’s that. His wife’s either got the patience of a saint, is also a season ticket holder, or he’s not going to be married for very long.

Amy’s Highlight of the Match:

Amy was giggling to herself for a couple of minutes when the teams came out. When I asked her why, she said it was because the hoops on Forest Green’s kit made them look like ‘green bumble bees’… your guess is as good as mine.

Hope you all had a good Christmas and New Year, and thanks for reading!

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