Monday, January 07, 2008


EVERYTHING Fireman Bradley touches seems to end in tears at the moment.
Witness Saturday's keenly fought junior football tussle between Dingle Villa and Mosspit Juniors.

Who was that familiar fella running the line during the game (and coming in for some fairly direct critiscism from spectators about what he could do with his little flag?)

Step forward none other than our Mathew Street hero, the Fireman Bradley, coach to Mosspit Juniors, whose son keeps goal for the side.

And who, on the other side, was that talented young central midfielder for opposition Villa?

Step forward, none other than Michael Anderson, son of Labour leader Joe Anderson.

Young Michael, the Villa skipper, had the greatest of pleasure in scoring the first goal against Young Bradley.

(You couldn't make this up, could you? eds)

Proud Councillor Anderson had more cause to chuckle when his lad's side easily ran out eventual 3-1 winners.

Any suggestion that MossPits are now looking for a new coach is entirely without substance. (But of course, the Lib Dems are, eds)


Tori Blare said...

Lets hope this is reflected in the May elections, 3-1 would suit us fine, as long as Bradley is given the red card!
Happy New Year

Lying Badly says said...

He did not score, they were not goals, I was not there and he is not my lad.

Tony Parrish47 said...

Funniest comment since the last Professor Chucklebutty contribution!

Anonymous said...

I think we would all like to stuff Bradley wouldnt we ??

Storeyteller said...

I'd like his job, actually.

Anonymous said...

We would just like to see him gone