4 January 2011


Firstly, an apology. For a number of months now we have carried a (paid) advertisement for the Brighton Bead Shop in our beloved fanzine. A couple of months back, there was a serious issue with the quality of the advert. This month - and despite the PDF version looking perfect - we have been faced with the same problem again. In the first half of issues we got printed, the advert is fine but in the second half the disastrous printing has arisen. If it was one of our articles, we wouldn't mind but this is only happening to an advert that is being paid for and for that we apologise. For those that have affected TSLR025, please view the above advert so we don't have to pay them back.

Well, what a great couple of days it's been. First there was the brilliance of walking all over Orient; then there was the entirely different feelings of euphoria that came in the 90th minute at St James Park yesterday. I, for one, ended up on the floor of the excellent away terrace with the only disappointment being the lack of Dominoes pizza left in the ground shortly before kick off. Thanks as well to all our Twitter followers that helped us to (almost) complete the Guardian G2 crossword on the train to Exeter.

I'm here to point you in the direction of the two unfortunates Football League blog which I've been reading for some time now. The subject of today's blog centres around Craig 'Sexy Face' Noone and is written by a Plymouth fan. What's even more remarkable is that I was reading the blog last night with the absolute intention of blogging about it. Imagine my delight when I discovered this morning that the blog is following us on Twitter.

It is an excellent blog and one worth certainly keeping up with for all news Football League. It now appears in our links section on the blog here to the left. The big news of the day is that Charlton have sacked Phil Parkinson - partly because of their failure to beat ten men in Brighton. The new board should be aware of just how good we are and it took them to lose to Swindon yesterday to totally lose faith in Parky. Is it good for us? Who knows? They were comfortably behind us in the league but a new manager could spur them on. Let us hope not.

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