Pics from Durdle Door beach today which is, as you can see, closed.
Although it might not look like it, it’s a very time consuming thing to put together. All of the articles are edited when they come in and once that’s done we have to get them into a format that works for the layout of the pages, move things around so that there aren’t blank spaces, decide on...
The sun's out, lockdown is over, the EFL have promoted City to the Championship by mistake after a junior member of staff pressed the wrong button on their super computer and i've got that Friday feeling*. What does anyone want?
*parts of this statement may not be true. Stay alert.
I would just say to Danny that i don't think anyone really disagrees with the sentiment of what you're saying as in an ideal world the women would play at SJP. What people do have a problem with though is the practicalities and realities of it. There isn't some anti-women's team agenda, it's...
You could say that about any football club anywhere. How do city fans who live in Cullompton get to SJP? There's a bus by the way.
As for the women playing at Heavitree, that's the only place i could think of within the city but i don't know what their facilities are like or if they're up to...
I believe the part about the historical relationship with Cully is correct.
I think that there is also a lack of pitches within the city that have the necessary facilities attached but Speeds Meadow meets the requirements.
Edd had bleddy awful taste when it came to painting the car or adding detailing. I particularly remember a VW campervan he did and ended up buying himself, most probably because nobody else would have been seen dead in it.
It was about his campaign to try to get men to talk about mental health issues they might be having by using football. He spoke to some grassroots players as well as Frank Lampard, Joe Hart and Marvin Sordell.
It's worth a watch.