Just to apologise for my absence from the Sunday fixtures.  Obviously I was gutted upon waking from my sleep to be greeted with an unscheduled illness.  It must have been a dirty glass that caused the condition, as I am a seasoned professional in regards to consuming alcoholic beverages.

Anyway it transpired that the guys and gals had a storming couple of matches which were littered with exceptional performances by all.

Well done kids on your deserved results.


Anyone preparing to take the rise out of me must be warned, as I can be viscous with my typing!!!

3 comments for this article:
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    I’m to afraid to comment! But the kids missed you, they had to play both games with their laces untied.
    I think they will forgive you if you bring some sweets to training.

    However, In order to protect Dave and the Meerkats, I’ve forwarded your photo to the Premier Inn at Bispham with strict instructions that due to being a lightweight, you are only to be served orange squash!

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    Michelle Barrett Nogueira

    All is forgiven (redeemed by sweets) but you’re not allowed a life outside of football and the kids! #lightweight

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