Seconds out, round…

Seconds out, round…

We all love the FA Cup, for obvious reasons, and this year we decided to start from the very beginning and each pick a team and see how far our pick would go. The rules were quite simple, your pick wins and you keep that team, they lose and you inherit the winner and carry

Sixy Talk – Fish and Chip o’clock Rock

Sixy Talk – Fish and Chip o’clock Rock

“Do you remember when them Pie at Night idiots used to talk to fans of other clubs about how they ate pies and stuff?  I really miss that”.  Said none of you ever.  But you know what, we enjoy it and have been meaning to bring it back all season, it’s just that our intrepid reporters have been too busy arguing about chippy teas and thinking up daft questions for the gaffer to do anything about it.

Until now.  Which is good, because our opponents on Saturday have quite a bit to say for themselves that, even if we’re not quite ready to learn from, we should all get behind and support.

So off we trekked to the Cala Gran, Fleetwood for a word with, well, you’ll find out…

12th Man: Beginning of the end?

Wigan Athletic - Defying the odds

Beginning of the end? Its two weeks since Latics last took to the pitch and two weeks since Graham Barrow’s first match in charge. There were promising signs from Graham’s first game in charge, for much of the game against Villa Latics were the better side. There was attacking play in abundance, certainly compared to

12th Man: Fate sealed?

Graham Barrow

Fate Sealed? The defeat to Aston Villa on Saturday had somewhat of a final feel to it. Not a cup final of course, the days of those are long gone. But a final nail in the coffin? Perhaps. The results from the weekend hadn’t helped in anyway. Bristol City looking dead and buried before they

Hell is round the corner

Hell is round the corner

We’re back with another Emporium of S***e and L is the letter under our alphabetically based scrutiny today. Seems strange how we’re on the brink of relegation and so few of the current crop are being chucked in, there’s time yet I suppose.

Sixy Talk: Cottage Pie

Sixy Talk: Cottage Pie

It’s hard to believe that it’s 20 (TWENTY) years since we pipped Fulham to the ‘old’ Football League Third Division title, by virtue of Graeme Jones’s record 31 league goals in a season. (Whatever happened to him?) [In most seasons we would have been runners-up, but a temporary rule change which saw goals scored take precedence over

Who? [Pt. 2]

Who? [Pt. 2]

Following on from last night’s Part 1 , we bring you Part 2 of our EXCLUSIVE look at our new signings. Mikael Mandron Mikael Mandron was quite literally working as a waitress in a cocktail bar –  “Southampton’s premier transvestite experience” Cock/Tailz, when he was plucked from the obscurity of the National League (Is that the

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