Thursday, 4 October 2012


In a feature so popular with readers that we haven't done in for like a year, figures from in and around the club write poetry using the Japanese style of Haiku - a form of poetry where each poem consists of three lines, the first containing five syllables, the second containing seven and the third containing five.

Tactics and bitter
All day long in the Blues Bar
Now I am full time

Neil Young reflects upon the benefits of his new employment status

Wah wah wah wah wah
Wah wah wah wah wah wah wah

Wah wah wah wah wah
A West Stand regular following the news that they will have to watch the Halifax game from a slightly different angle

Once I had no hair
Now it spills down my forehead
Powelly beware

Iain Howard makes a bid for Best Quiff In Team at the dressing room monthly awards

Boxed up casserole
Topped with a puff pastry lid
Does not a pie make
Fans continue to grumble about the Racecourse caterers

He tags me in Tweets
And he also retweets me
Celebrity friend

Chronicle Journalist The Tall Peacock glows with proud excitement over his burgeoning camaraderie with Famous Jonathan Legard

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