The “Bag of programmes tombola style game” Part 3

26 08 2014

Every football programme represents a petrified moment in time and like all petrified moments in time the football programme is influenced by the winds of fate.

When you play the “Bag of programmes tombola style game” you can see the ghosts of deceased clubs that once appeared in the refined elite.

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The moral of Part 3 is………………….Never gloat because you’ll never know where the winds of fate will blow your hopes.

Gloating also makes you look like a dick.

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The “Bag of programmes tombola style game” Part 2

25 08 2014

Whilst playing the “Bag of programmes tombola style game” you may also see some interesting front covers.

From a stylistic point of view you can see Kilcline looking fine or Leeds in short shorts……

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From an aerobic point of view you can see pictures of training sessions……

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From a starstruck point of view you can see celebrities……

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From another stylistic point of view you can see interesting attire……

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Cutting ties, that’ll be the Crazy Gang.

More discoveries to follow………….





The “Bag of programmes tombola style game” Part 1

24 08 2014

When people leave bags of programmes with a club shop it’s a chance to play the “Bag of programmes tombola style game” and you just don’t know what you’ll find in the “Bag of programmes tombola style game”!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Sometimes there are charming hand-drawn programme covers…………

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The decline of hand-drawn is one of the less well known effects of Murdoch’s That Modern Football.

More discoveries to follow………….








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