Writer: New York City Wolf
Date:Thursday March 8 2012
Terry Connor likes to ride his bike in the morning unless it's too cold, Richard Stearman is under the illusion the team still has spirit, the discarded Adam Hammill has declared his enjoyment of life a week after joining Boro and now it turns out our captain decides the best way to respond to a five goal thumping is to turn up to the next training session drunk. Why not eh? It just keeps getting better.
At least the fall out from this led the Johnson to admit "My conduct and approach to training on Monday was below the high standard the club rightly needs and demands from me - and what I demand from myself.'
I would say that extends beyond the Monday. It would more accurately reflect his season and he is not alone.
He says he has apologized to 'the manager, my team-mates and the club." Would one assume that extends to the fans who bought the bottle for him?
During our fruitless search for a new manager (we still don't have one) I suggested Kevin Keegan in a party hat with Gazza pacing the dug out swigging from a bottle of vodka.
There is still time if the club moves quickly because circus tickets are expensive these days and we need to ensure we get enough bodies through the door to balance that lop sided stadium.
I shall be up bright and early to watch the game and promise I will be drunk within two hours.
Grabs Wolves scarf, slumps against the wall... 'it's been emotional aye.'
Date:Thursday March 8 2012
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