As a lifelong Fulham fan the 2020-21 season will very easy to brush under the carpet. To be fair when I last got to Craven Cottage in the flesh they were in the Championship and by the time I get back there next season (fingers crossed) that’s where I’ll still find them. Although in the interim they did get promoted with a famous Play Off victory over Brentford it’s perfectly possible and indeed sensible to pretend nothing else has happened.
Thursday, 27 May 2021
Monday, 24 May 2021
As the champagne was being sprayed all round the joint and our extraordinary group of players went through their party moves to the sounds of their enormous travelling boom box Taz lent across to me and said “So, d'you think you’ve got enough material for the blog then...”
Football. I mean, bloody hell Isn’t it?
Wednesday, 12 May 2021
Yeah yeah, I know. "But Taz, you said writing blogs about watching games on TV was shit! And yet here you are with another effort about watching a game on TV!!". To be honest, I still stand by that, but the fact that the U's were 4 games from a possible promotion to the Football League and it was basically passing by without any sort of comment from us barring one sudden entry out of the blue for Hartlepool in 2 weeks just didn't sit right with me. And besides, I've never claimed to not be a hypocrite and more importantly, as I'm in charge round here, bollocks to it. Now, how about you un-knot those panties, shut yer faces and put the kettle on. We've got work to do.
Monday, 26 April 2021
Hello! We're Gandermonium and you may remember us from such shit non-league blogs as St Albans away, Halifax away and that big game against Arsenal. And we're back! Sort of. Maybe. Actually, we're not that sure if we're honest. But we are at least allowed outside to drink pints now, so we thought we'd take the opportunity to remind you we're still alive and with most of us jabbed up now, we're even more immortal and no more sensible than before. So we thought we'd knock out some pointless rubbish to celebrate this momentous occasion. You're welcome.
Tuesday, 8 December 2020
Wow, I really can't believe that it's been over nine months since I've had to put the
twentieth twenty-first century equivalent of pen to paper and write a little missive on the adventures of the Gandermonium Firm and a lil' known team from the depths of what is now called 'Elite Football'. Whatever that means, Surrey Elite League or something probably.
Sunday, 6 December 2020
Sunday, 1 November 2020
News that Sutton’s latest fixture at Wrexham has been postponed due to Coronavirus issues at the Welsh club is yet another sad reminder of the effect COVID-19 is having. Football may be considered trivial in comparison to lives being lost but for those passionate about the game, being denied our regular fix of seeing our team is a tough cross to bear.
Wednesday, 7 October 2020
Monday, 14 September 2020
Hello? Hello, is there anybody out there? Can anyone hear us? Is this thing even on? Ah screw it, like anyone reads this old pony anyway.
Yes, hello dear reader. Long time no see\read\whatever! How's tricks? Welcome back to your favourite bang average non-league bit of the internet! It has now almost been exactly six months since Covid-19 poked it's virusy oar in and royally fucked the puppy. Ending all life as we knew it and a fair bit else into the bargain as well. No going in to work, no football, no pubs. No going anywhere in fact. Just not doing anything at all. Only what seemed like one endless string of fucking Zoom calls with Joe Wicks punctuated with watching pretty much the entire contents of Netflix and just staring blankly out the window as the world metaphorically stopped turning.
Saturday, 22 August 2020
One of the great things about football away trips is that they take you to places you'd probably otherwise never visit. Often you discover that a distant town you'd idly dismissed as dull/grim/rougher than Mitcham is actually rather interesting, sometimes even welcoming. They do say that travel broadens the mind. One northern town I unexpectedly warmed to was Hartlepool.