Bring Me Sunshine

All right sweethearts, what are you waiting for? Breakfast in bed? Another glorious day in the League 2’s! A day in the Football League is like a day on the farm. Every meal’s a banquet! Every centre mid defensive! Every formation a 4-4-2! I love the League 2’s! Yes dear reader, I have returned once […]

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Madam Cholet’s Knickers

Boxing Day football. The highlight of the season. The jewel in the Association calendar. Right? RIGHT? Well, for some it is. But for others, those amongst the footballing fraternity where things haven’t quite panned out how they’d have liked over the first 4 months of the season, it’s a little less anticipated. Dreaded even. Especially […]

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Fade to Gray…

“Don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened”. Wise words and somewhat appropriate this week as following the disastrous 8-0 shellacking at Stockport at the weekend, the club sadly called time on Manager Matt Gray’s tenure with the team bottom of League 2 and boasting a run of form that has seen them win […]

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Epsom Salts

Oh no, it’s that time once again! And much like that drunk crazy relative you always have to invite to your gaff at Christmas, otherwise it will upset your mother, it’s me The Duke back once more to regale you with a tale of non-league football. The Gandermonium blog might’ve evolved since the last time […]

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Netflix & Chill

Why am I doing this? No, I don’t mean a blog entry, although that too does generate some questions quite frankly, but I’m talking of course about going to Wrexham. Away. Midweek. With a team rock bottom of the Football League. And leaking goals at a greater rate than the Titanic’s hull permitted the Atlantic […]

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Ian Rush Told Me

Yes ladies & gentlemen, do not adjust your internet for your eyes are not deceiving you. It is indeed I! Back once again with the ill behaviour and some drunken League 2 bollocks. And before you ask, yes I have seen the league table, am well aware of how many goals we’ve let in so […]

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Brief Encounter

For reasons that I neither understand nor want to, I offered to blog Sutton’s trip to that footballing, perhaps even, societal, outpost, Barrow(-in-Furness). I compiled one a few seasons back and got criticised for my description of Barrow by one of its proud residents for doing so. Having walked around the centre last season, I […]

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Table Top Football

Welcome back to a brand new football season which remarkably is Sutton United’s third as a Football League club. It’s still hard to believe even now that they’ve reached such an exalted status and I don’t think they got the credit they deserved for their promotion from the National League in 2020. Perhaps the ballyhoo […]

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