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#1: Right, I'm back

Posted on 2006-07-22 18:57:15 by Joe Horowitz

....from the Charlton training ground, where I secured new contracts for
Darren Bent and Luke Young, and tried fruitlessly to persuade Dennis
Rommedahl to take an interest in tackling practise (he mooched around at the
side of the pitch looking uninterested) and learned another player's name:
Darren Randolph.

I also took the whole squad up the Isle of Mull for a few days, which they
enjoyed. We took lots of pictures, when I've sorted through them I'll pick
out the best ones and send them to someone clever to post for the froup.
All the Charlton players took turns at taking pictures, some were natural
photographers (Marcus Bent, Thomas Myhre and Kelly Youga) and others were
totally useless and couldn't focus it or sort out composition or anything
( Jerome Thomas and Matthew Holland were particularly inept, no eye for a
photo whatsoever).

Jason Euell was very badly behaved, and complained for most of the journey
up and back. I may drop him from the squad.


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Joe

I am disappointed. This world cup is a shite.

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#2: Re: Right, I'm back

Posted on 2006-07-22 20:53:32 by Michael Cunningham

&quot;Joe Horowitz&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:my_name&#64;youblunder.co.youghey" target="_blank">my_name&#64;youblunder.co.youghey</a>&gt; wrote in message
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&gt; ...from the Charlton training ground, where I secured new contracts for
&gt; Darren Bent and Luke Young, and tried fruitlessly to persuade Dennis
&gt; Rommedahl to take an interest in tackling practise (he mooched around at
&gt; the side of the pitch looking uninterested) and learned another player's
&gt; name: Darren Randolph.

Brilliant work, Joe. I have to admit I was a little worried at first
that the Charlton players wouldn't be too keen on taking orders
from some newsgroup posters with no experience in real football
but it's going really well. I think they respect the fact that we've had
loads of archive nominations and we've never backed down from a
flame war. Well, that and our big cocks.

&gt; I also took the whole squad up the Isle of Mull for a few days, which they
&gt; enjoyed.

Ah, I meant to remind you before you went that you'd have to
make Darren Bent a sandwich anytime he got hungry. Apparently,
he's not particularly good at making them himself and gets a bit
nervous with breadknives. Can't believe it slipped my mind. Still,
I'm sure nothing bad happened, did it?


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#3: Re: Right, I'm back

Posted on 2006-07-22 22:45:04 by Joe Horowitz

&quot;Michael Cunningham&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:superman&#64;xxblockxxuksf.org.uk" target="_blank">superman&#64;xxblockxxuksf.org.uk</a>&gt; wrote in message
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&gt; Brilliant work, Joe. I have to admit I was a little worried at first
&gt; that the Charlton players wouldn't be too keen on taking orders
&gt; from some newsgroup posters with no experience in real football
&gt; but it's going really well. I think they respect the fact that we've had
&gt; loads of archive nominations and we've never backed down from a
&gt; flame war. Well, that and our big cocks.

Yeah, they were impressively commited to the whole thing. Curbs has them
well drilled, it would seem. Possibly even brainwashed in some cases, like
you say something to Stephan Anderson and he repeats it back to you word for
word, then you ask him if he understood what you just said and he asks you
if he understood what you just said. It's a little odd. Give him an
instruction, though, and he both says it and does it without question. Same
for much of the squad.

JFH was a little trickier, kind of had a bit of a 'look, I know what I'm
doing so just leave me the fuck to it' kind of attitude. Annoyed me a bit
at first, but I figured he probably did so I left him the fuck to it.
Later, I got he and Darren Bent very drunk together and played them a
selection of Osberts dubby vibes, and I think that helped with their
bonding. Next day they had little pet names for each other, saying
'bunnykins' and 'babycakes' and stuff like that, and kept passing the ball
to each other to score. All bodes well.

&gt; Ah, I meant to remind you before you went that you'd have to
&gt; make Darren Bent a sandwich anytime he got hungry. Apparently,
&gt; he's not particularly good at making them himself and gets a bit
&gt; nervous with breadknives. Can't believe it slipped my mind. Still,
&gt; I'm sure nothing bad happened, did it?

No, nothing at all. Darren got a bit uppity and nervous before we all set
off for the climb up Beinn Tallaidh, kept double-checking that we'd have
enough food to go round and insisting we make more sandwiches. I noticed
Radostin Kishishev made all his sandwiches for him but didn't think to ask
why. Just assumed it was some sort of 'top scorer' privilege or something.

The boy sure can eat some, though.


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#4: Re: Right, I'm back

Posted on 2006-07-23 01:28:38 by Michael Cunningham

&quot;Joe Horowitz&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:my_name&#64;youblunder.co.youghey" target="_blank">my_name&#64;youblunder.co.youghey</a>&gt; wrote in message
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&gt; No, nothing at all. Darren got a bit uppity and nervous before we all set
&gt; off for the climb up Beinn Tallaidh, kept double-checking that we'd have
&gt; enough food to go round and insisting we make more sandwiches. I noticed
&gt; Radostin Kishishev made all his sandwiches for him but didn't think to ask
&gt; why. Just assumed it was some sort of 'top scorer' privilege or
&gt; something.

Right, so you're pleading innocence then. As am I.

However, someone here is responsible for Darren having to try his
hand at making his own sandwich this week and, put simply, it
didn't go particularly well.

<a href="http://www.football365.com/teams/charlton_athletic/story_189157.shtml" target="_blank"> http://www.football365.com/teams/charlton_athletic/story_189 157.shtml</a>

Ffs, everyone, I know we're new at this but this story makes us look
like we don't deserve to manage at the highest level of the game. Even
the newsgroup in charge at Newcastle must be having a right laugh at
us.


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#5: Re: Right, I'm back

Posted on 2006-07-23 10:07:18 by Paul C

On Sun, 23 Jul 2006 00:28:38 +0100, &quot;Michael Cunningham&quot;
&lt;<a href="mailto:superman&#64;xxblockxxuksf.org.uk" target="_blank">superman&#64;xxblockxxuksf.org.uk</a>&gt; wrote:

&gt;<a href="http://www.football365.com/teams/charlton_athletic/story_189157.shtml" target="_blank"> http://www.football365.com/teams/charlton_athletic/story_189 157.shtml</a>

This surprises me. I always thought most players' contracts banned
them from water-skiing, paragliding and sandwich making.

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#6: Re: Right, I'm back

Posted on 2006-07-23 12:41:12 by Nigel

Paul C wrote:

&gt; On Sun, 23 Jul 2006 00:28:38 +0100, &quot;Michael Cunningham&quot;
&gt; &lt;<a href="mailto:superman&#64;xxblockxxuksf.org.uk" target="_blank">superman&#64;xxblockxxuksf.org.uk</a>&gt; wrote:
&gt;
&gt;
&gt;&gt;<a href="http://www.football365.com/teams/charlton_athletic/story_189157.shtml" target="_blank"> http://www.football365.com/teams/charlton_athletic/story_189 157.shtml</a>
&gt;
&gt;
&gt; This surprises me. I always thought most players' contracts banned
&gt; them from water-skiing, paragliding and sandwich making.

and lawn mowing and enjoying Ben's penis

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#7: Re: Right, I'm back

Posted on 2006-07-23 15:18:54 by Dat

On Sun, 23 Jul 2006 00:28:38 +0100, &quot;Michael Cunningham&quot;
&lt;<a href="mailto:superman&#64;xxblockxxuksf.org.uk" target="_blank">superman&#64;xxblockxxuksf.org.uk</a>&gt; wrote:

&gt;However, someone here is responsible for Darren having to try his
&gt;hand at making his own sandwich this week and, put simply, it
&gt;didn't go particularly well.
&gt;
&gt;<a href="http://www.football365.com/teams/charlton_athletic/story_189157.shtml" target="_blank"> http://www.football365.com/teams/charlton_athletic/story_189 157.shtml</a>

Up to six weeks?

Don't get me wrong, I feel for the lad. I stabbed myself in the centre
of my left palm with a screwdriver whilst attempting to fix the garage
door last weekend. It certainly stung a bit and made a mess on the
garage floor, but it didn't prevent me from playing guitar that night,
and given that playing Rancid's 'Bloodclot' requires just a little
more use of the hands than kicking a football, I'm surprised that
young Darren could be unavailable for so long.

In a bid to prevent this happening again, may I be so bold as to
suggest that we formally nominate Radostin to be responsible for
cutting the crusts off all of Darren's sandwiches in future, with the
Hermannator being the stand in crust cutter should Darren get the
munchies whilst Radostin is in the toilet or something?


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#8: Re: Right, I'm back

Posted on 2006-07-23 19:55:21 by comps

According to &lt;<a href="mailto:useweb&#64;nospam.com" target="_blank">useweb&#64;nospam.com</a>&gt;:
&gt;&gt; This surprises me. I always thought most players' contracts banned
&gt;&gt; them from water-skiing, paragliding and sandwich making.
&gt;
&gt;and lawn mowing and enjoying Ben's penis

Although strangely, mowing Ben's penis is actually allowed, nay, encouraged.


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#9: Re: Right, I'm back

Posted on 2006-07-23 23:20:12 by Osbourne Ruddock

&quot;Michael Cunningham&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:superman&#64;xxblockxxuksf.org.uk" target="_blank">superman&#64;xxblockxxuksf.org.uk</a>&gt; wrote in
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&gt;&gt; No, nothing at all. Darren got a bit uppity and nervous before we
&gt;&gt; all set off for the climb up Beinn Tallaidh, kept double-checking
&gt;&gt; that we'd have enough food to go round and insisting we make more
&gt;&gt; sandwiches. I noticed Radostin Kishishev made all his sandwiches for
&gt;&gt; him but didn't think to ask why. Just assumed it was some sort of
&gt;&gt; 'top scorer' privilege or something.
&gt;
&gt; Right, so you're pleading innocence then. As am I.
&gt;
&gt; However, someone here is responsible for Darren having to try his
&gt; hand at making his own sandwich this week and, put simply, it
&gt; didn't go particularly well.

Hmmmm, I have to say Mike that I'm feeling a wee bit guilty about this.
I was walking through our cafe at morning tea the other day, idly
chatting to Dowie and just happened to mention that it was roast chicken
for lunch that day. &quot;I hope they do that nice stuffing&quot; I said to Ian,
&quot;Yeh with loads of bread and onions and herbs'n'shit&quot; he says to me.

I hope Darren didn't overhear us and start to get a few sandwichy ideas
of his own.

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