I’ll be there in 2 ticks…

There wasn’t much feedback on yesterday’s ‘blog, it received no ‘likes’ – which made it about as popular as the bailout of the Cyprus national bank by the European Central Bank (surely the European Central Bank has spend so much recently that they might soon have to be bailed out?). That said, I’ve also heard that they were half bailed-out by the National Bank of Turkey and half bailed-out by the National Bank of Greece. 

 

That was a joke…

 

The National Bank of Greece wouldn’t be able to bail anyone out…

 

I was a bit surprised that I didn’t get any England rugby players writing to me, although I’m told that they were thinking about getting to together as a team and writing to me – although they only had one pen and they kept dropping it on the floor…

 

Anyhow, it’s time to move on to today’s ‘blog, which isn’t about rugby today – instead it’s about a game played by a group of men who regularly get pillared in the press, football players – although at least placing your head up someone’s bottom isn’t an integral part of football…

 

Specially today’s ‘blog is about Ipswich Town’s Tyrone Mings, who gave a skint Ipswich fan 2 tickets for their game against Bolton yesterday. The supporter in question was an insurance salesman, so perhaps it was quite apt that he was unwilling to pay out…

 

I think the tickets were for Mr Mings’ family and friends, although given that he was an unused substitute, perhaps they got fed up of going along to watch him given that he spend longer on the bench than a jury in a particularly long and complex legal case; like a financial fraud or something like that, such as the pyramid scheme that Bernie Madoff operated – where he basically Madoff with a load of money…

 

I’ve digressed slightly… it’s a noble gesture that Mings made… many people are suffering in all walks of life at the moment… one bloke was even forced to go and watch Ipswich play football…

 

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