Last Friday afternoon, in the studios of little-known over-50s radio station BBC Radio Lincolnshire, local bronze Sony Award winning DJ Scott Dalton had been reduced to drumming his fingers on a desk while staring forlornly at the unblinking lights of a dead switchboard. At a time when the bronze Sony Award winning Dalton would normally […]
Vocal football fans of nineteen of the Premier League’s twenty clubs, as well as thirteen inexplicably disgruntled supporters of Halesowen Town, are all absolutely sick to fucking death of Daily Telegraph football writer Bob Tower, it has been revealed.
Are you excited? Football is back! Yes, football. That sport we love and always will love, because that’s just the way it is! Woo! Yay! Wooo!! Woo. Sigh.
Football League Releases Insolvency Rule Clarification – 768 page amendment kills nine THE Football League today moved to clarify its rules regarding insolvency events in the wake of the Leeds United arbitration farce, releasing a supplementary 768 page amendment to its existing handbook.
Boston United’s sudden ‘sorting out’ of the long-standing FA fine has baffled a number of fans. How DID David Newton suddenly clear that huge outstanding fine?
It is fair to say Boston United fans aren’t really feeling the love for the man in charge of Boston United, Tommy fackin’ Taylor, at present. And little wonder, for the Pilgrims’ dismal struggles in the NPL thus far in 08/09 have been every bit as enjoyable as the average episode of Gilmore Girls.
Cast your eyes over Steve Evans’ Fanzone entry for the Pilgrims Matchday Magazine – exclusive to impsTALK….
Boston United chairman David Newton has today apologised for his poor showing in the BUFCST 5k Santa Fun Run, telling disappointed fans: ‘The vice-chairman just didn’t run fast enough’.
impsTALK can exclusively reveal in today’s breaking news update that crisis talks are set to take place at Boston United in a bid to resolve a growing rift between Pilgrims suits David Newton and Neil Kempster.
Embarrassed Boston officials were playing down the repossession of the ‘United’ part of the club’s name by bailiffs early this morning, claiming that they were never really that United anyway.