Hairy Plotter and the Half-Blood Prince

Post by Gerry McDonnell

Like Martin Luther King and Ghandi, I am a fan of passive resistance but there are some factors in daily life that we have to fight for. For me, it is a baby’s smile, the love of a mute woman or more reasonably priced charges at the petrol pump.

It is to my deep and lasting regret that a critical injuries prevented me from becoming a member of the military. I’ve been plagued with recurring back again discomfort considering that childhood – it’s by no means straightforward expanding up in Jersey.

Thankfully for the army, Prince Harry was able to stand up and battle for achievable Grandmother and Nation. His willingness to get his hands dirty exhibits real character he’s stuck two fingers up to people who question Germany’s bad war document. Fulham’s recent record is at an equally unhealthy degree they’ve only one won of their last eighteen battles. Blackburn will get no prisoners at 11/twenty.

Now that the Rambo-like tax-dodger has returned from single-handedly destroying the Taliban, he’ll be looking for an substitute job. Steve Coppell is apparently showing an interest he appreciates a useless ginger hitman. I’ll fire a couple of rounds off if Reading sneak a win over Manchester Metropolis at 6/4.

Radio chat reveals are really scraping the barrel for substance. One particular latest subject up for debate was ‘Why do West Ham enthusiasts dislike Frank Lampard’. I wasted 25 minutes attempting to get through, and I only needed to say 4 words. I’ll be equally succinct in describing the four/5 for a Tottenham win about West Ham: nap of the week.

Michael Owen may have been published off far more than Angus Loughran’s debts, but he continues to be a best-drawer operator. Newcastle are offered at ten/one in opposition to a Liverpool facet with a single eye on the Champions League I’m ashamed to say that I am on the verge of being priced in.

Cesc Fabregas returned to his incomparable greatest in midweek in opposition to Milan. I can’t foresee any situation wherever Wigan will be in a position to stop him, shy of hitting him over the head with a guitar or dropping a grand piano on him but even then he’d continue to be instrumental. Arsenal just have to flip up to win at 8/13.

Tim Cahill has been castigated for making use of a target celebration to show solidarity with his imprisoned brother. I discover the criticism about-the-best, it’s not like he bent more than and touched his toes – even I would be offended by the ‘Barton shuffle’. I’ll hit the dancefloor when Everton beat Sunderland at 5/four.The FA Cup reaches the quarter-last stage this weekend, permitting either West Brom or Bristol Rovers the option to make an sudden trip to Wembley. Personally, I desire it’s the Albion fans who get to see the bright lights of London, as they consider a trip to Birmingham something of a cultural treat. The Baggies are a honest bet at 6/5.

I desire Sir Alex Ferguson has calmed down after Arsenal’s very last-gasp leveller in opposition to Aston Villa previous week. “It was the 95th minute of their usual 7 minutes of damage time,” whined the Scot, before launching a furious tirade at the blackness of a close by kettle. United supporters will be steaming when they knock Pompey out of the Cup at four/eleven.

The FA need to hang their collective hands in shame soon after overturning Frank Lampard’s red card versus West Ham. I can only assume that they were frightened of Lampard demanding a personalized hearing, which would have led to astronomical catering overheads. I’ll happily tuck in to the four/eleven for a Chelsea win more than Barnsley.

It appears that Lampard was allow off on a technicality – he plays for a single of the big four. Jeremie Aliadiere represents Middlesbrough, so he was provided a four match ban for replicating the actions of a Liverpool player – he regularly underperformed in the league. Boro will nonetheless have enough to ease past Cardiff at 7/ten.

Last week’s accer in no way genuinely received off the ground, but even Shakespeare made the occasional spelling mistake. I’m far far more self-confident with this week’s selections. Perusing, Everton, Tottenham and Arsenal sort a 14/one accer of these kinds of noble virtue, even Prince Harry would happily go to war to protect it – if there was a camera crew in the vicinity.

About the Writer

Gerry McDonnell dabbles in football odds compilation, journalism and orphan rescue.