Writer: Stuart Smith
Date:Tuesday May 29 2007
Here at Olofin Towers, we all share a common humanity and empathy with the suffering of our fellow fans, none more so than our black country cousins at The Hawthorns.
Well we remember the pain of a play off off final defeat. The tears, the gut wrenching 'what might have been' feeling, the heartbreak, the............no wait. That was The Blades fans wasn't it?
Anyhoo, many members have expressed their heartfelt desire to offer their condolensces to any Baggies fans still suffering a post loss of a sixty million pound pay day hangover,and in the absence of a Steve Morgan style backer, living with the the possibility that an influx of cash on that scale happening in the near future may now not happen for some time.
Some of the suggestions involved penning articles with titles such as 'A Boing Too Far', 'Harsh Times', and even 'Boing Alone 2 : Lost In London', but we feel that would only be rubbing salt into the still open and weeping wounds caused by the failure of the West Brom players to achieve their absolute bare minimum goal of promotion through the play offs, despite fielding the Championship Player Of the Year and assorted 'Premiership' players, far too good for the lowly 'fizzy pop league'
Instead, we think it more appropriate just to wish them all the best in their Championship campaign next year.
With or without Koumas, Phillips, Kiely, Kamara, Gera, Greening, Sodje, Koren, Ellington.....did we miss anyone?
Last one out The Hawthorns turn the lights out please
Date:Tuesday May 29 2007
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