Frankie Howard was in a carry on I think.
In Trap we trust
Rarely have I seen a thread derailed in such an unlikely way.
Phil Silvers was also in a Carry-On film - Follow That Camel. Now Sgt. Bilko, there was a real leader of men, could have taught Keano a thing or two.
Read the Star on Sunday last weekend (well when I say read, in about 10 minutes or so, anything for a free Elvis cd ) Shoddys column was about Roys rant, hilarious stuff, Shoddy backing Roy all the way, saying that when he was manager at Carlisle and a player asked for time off to attend his childs birth, Roddy said you can go but don't come back, pretty harsh to be honest and really not all that comparable to a fellas wife going out shopping. Good man Shoddy.
"Must you tell me all your secrets when it's hard enough to love you knowing nothing."
Mustn't be too many wags at Luton
Luton 3-0 Sunderland
League Two side Luton caused a huge shock as they sent Premier League team Sunderland out of the Carling Cup.
David Bell blasted the Hatters ahead with a fine free-kick after 13 minutes and Paul Furlong made it 2-0 at the break with a cool lobbed finish.
Anthony Stokes hit the bar for the Black Cats but their chances were all but over when Greg Halford handled deliberately, his second caution.
Furlong wrapped up the win when the visitors failed to clear a free-kick.
Luton: Forde, Goodall, Jackson (Keane 35), Perry, Coyne, Morgan (McVeigh 70), Robinson, Spring, Bell, Talbot (Andrew 78), Furlong.
Subs Not Used: Hutchison, Brkovic.
Goals: Bell 16, Furlong 43, 75.
Sunderland: Ward, Halford, Wallace, Nosworthy, Anderson, Miller, Leadbitter, Etuhu (O'Donovan 62), Murphy (Connolly 62), Chopra, Stokes (Yorke 78).
Subs Not Used: Carson, Donoghue.
Here's a quote from a Sunderland chat site:
He only buys players he's played with and he reduces us to losing every away game 3-0! We can't defend and we can't attack. The only thing we do better than chase the ball is give it away!
Of course I'm just angry now. I'll feel different in the morning...
Don't you love the loyalty of fans!!
Last edited by OwlsFan; 29/08/2007 at 8:02 AM.
Forget about the performance or entertainment. It's only the result that matters.
Anyone notice how little coverage the 'Irish' papers gave to Sunderland getting hopped by Luton yesterday? Normally it's back page news when Roy blows his nose, so I can't imagine why the papers wouldn't want to cover Roy being shown up as the next Steve Bruce
Maybe quality players don't want to move to Sunderland because they're a newly promoted side from a rubbish part of England with a manager who hasn't achieved a god-damn thing??
Keano - Loudmouth, Bully, Traitor, is there no end to his brilliance
Davd, the winds blown, the winds blown, all of my dreams away.