So James may be sticking around at Portsmouth but, according to reports whose basis in
reality may be about as sound as an LSD-popping unicorn, Paul Hart won't – because new owner Ali
al-Faraj wants a manager with a higher profile and has his eyes said on none other than Rafael
Either I'm watching a classroom full of Thai schoolkids sing a tribute song to Celtic midfielder
Joe Ledley to the tune of 'Ring of Fire' or someone has dropped a rather large quantity of LSD in
my morning cuppa again...
First of all, I must apologise to the Ole Ole Auditor, who text messaged me last night to ask if
I was all set to write the blog today. My initial reply was "who the fuck is this?" since
my phone didn't recognise the number. I knew it wasn't Arseblogger, since I know his number. So
said text messager replied to me and said he was the Ole Ole Auditor, and I decided that was
licence to send back a rather rude message.
SCIENTISTS are exploring the use of psychedelic drugs such as LSD to treat the widespread myopia
that affects football managers and their ability to see contentious incidents. The first clinical
trials to use LSD since the 1970s began in a pub in Newham in June. It aims to use
‘psychedelic psychotherapy' to help managers overcome [.