Former players


#121

Sounds like it will be a winter of discontent.


#122

Once more unto the breach.


#123

O, now, for ever. Farewell the tranquil mind; farewell content.


#124

If football be the food of love, play on.


#125

"Men may come and men may go, but I go on for ever"

(Tennyson - with respectful reference to Mr. J. Bonser)


#126

I think it all went wrong when he tried sign that Scottish play-er.


#127

Apparently he’d got a bard attitude


#128

He should unknit it that threatening unkind brow.


#129

He’s really fallen foul of the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune.


#130

Hes gone to the Globe Theatre of Dreams


#131

All the world’s a stage, and these are former players.


#132

He’s always injured?


#133

Is this a Daniel Agger I see before me?


#134

After his pound of flesh?


#135

Bryn Morris scored and played for Wycombe in their 2-2 draw at Portsmouth. A Sean O’Driscoll signing who played about 13 seconds of football for us.


#136

Nicky Featherstone scored for Hartlepool on Saturday.


#137

Expect the number of WRULD (Work Related Upper Limb Disorder) claims to increase amongst Scottish linesmen shortly.


#138

Wtf is a " bounce game" ?


#139

According to wikipedia

A bounce game is generally a non-competitive football match played between two sides usually as part of a training exercise or to give players match practice. Managers may also use bounce games as an opportunity to observe a player in action before offering a contract. Usually these games are played on a training ground rather than in a stadium with no spectators in attendance.

Never heard the expression before


#140

So basically all games in Scotland, then? :grinning: