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Posted by: Alex69 on Feb 26, 2011 at 10:28:42 AM
[b]HELLO[/b], good morning and welcome to my blog. I feel a little strange this morning having lost on my over 2.5 goals tip in the Notts County v Charlton match last night. With the score at 1-0 to Notts County and the second half only a few minutes old, the normally reliable Bradley Wright-Phillips missed a penalty for Charlton which became a microcosm of his side's finishing throughout the game as it seemed to drain the Addicks’ whole team of confidence. They had another good penalty shout turned down later, while the rest of Notts County’s attacks were thwarted, one way or another, by the Charlton defence. It was the first time Charlton failed to score in an away league match since September. Ce la vie, followers, we live and learn. Onto today’s action and I’ll focus ...
Posted by: Alex69 on Feb 21, 2011 at 09:02:56 PM
[b]GOOD[/b] evening readers and congratulations to all of you who were wise enough to follow my blog earlier today. Here's a very brief reminder about my recent successes. I sincerely hope your champers is as tasty as mine is tonight. [b]BLOG SUCCESS UPDATE:[/b] [b]BACK[/b] West Ham to beat Burnley in the FA Cup tonight. At just under even money, here’s a fantastic opportunity to virtually double your cash as an established Premier League outfit takes on a very average Championship side. West Ham are struggling against relegation, granted, but those bubble-blowing Hammers love a good FA Cup run and, like Portsmouth last season, can continue to progress, despite their abysmal league form. Burnley, on the other hand, have a poor away record and their two ‘star’ (ahem) signings...
Posted by: Alex69 on Feb 21, 2011 at 09:15:34 AM
[b]HELLO[/b], good morning and welcome to my blog. Isn’t it great how many famous people seem to support Red Nose Day? Alex Ferguson, Ricky Tomlinson, Ronald McDonald... What a weekend I’ve just had. After having to undergo emergency eye surgery in the immediate aftermath of Katie Price performing I Want To Break Free on my 3D television (think ‘dead heat in a Zeppelin race’), I was forced to spend most of yesterday avoiding bright light. Luckily I can comfortably afford the best in private health care, so I didn’t have to join the waiting list for eye treatment behind the referees, the umpires and the lab rats. I knew my Uncle Remus’s organic cucumber farm in Essex would come in useful one day. On my return home, I gave him a call and, blagging him that I’d invited...
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