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In memory of my Granddad

As some of you may know, my granddad Ronnie died earlier this year after a short illness. On what would have been his 97th birthday, the text below forms my half of the eulogy read by my Mum and myself. … Continue reading

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Negativland

Wow, my Bank Holiday weekend began with me getting off a train to meet Jo in Greenwich and walking straight into one of those biblical type downpours that really, really makes you wish you’d put you coat on before stepping off the … Continue reading

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End Of Days

Two days have passed since Arsenal lost, in the most frustrating of circumstances to Liverpool. Shorn of key players because they have either left the club, were injured or suspended, I think it always going to be difficult against a … Continue reading

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Breaking Up Is Hard To Do

It’s hard to say goodbye, isn’t it? Most of you reading this will probably know that my footballing allegiance lies in the red and white half of north London, the better half. And so I’m thinking today, mainly, about the … Continue reading

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