Doe don klin o fambul den we don cam back! The Big Man upstairs is no respecter of persons and similarly the EPL is no respecter of the so-called big teams. The pre-media hype of matches this season so far has failed to deliver, but redemption was at its best when Merseyside took on Manchester for a dual North-West derby. The focus undoubtedly was the red devils against the reds more than the blue Toffees against the sky blues. Growing up as a kid back in SL, one favourite chant we would render before kick-off, either at mini-leagues or school league football was “nor to name dae play”.
Doe done klin o fambul den we don cam back! Firstly, thanks for all your concerns regarding the publication. I managed to get internet access through Tigo Rwanda since I live in the border town between RDC and Rwanda. Secondly, so POD did not publish again after Arsenal lost??? Well maybe Brexit shut down their HQ and took all their computers away. Someone better check on the editor maybe he requires a bail of £1.
Doe done klin o fambul den we don cam back! Just when I thought this was going to be another weekend where all the big guns bagged 3 points, then our dear cousins showed up. Just when I thought Spurs were the only team that choked, Mourinho showed he can take a free kick even with bottles.
Doe don klin o fambul dem we don cam back. Funny weekend to report about when all the parties concerned didn’t lose a match. However, for some a draw feels like a defeat whilst for others and depending on your viewpoint, they will gladly make do with a point. After the long and boring International break, the much publicized fixture at Old Trafford was the toast of the weekend.
Doe done klin o fambul den we don cam back! The good book says, “Give unto to Caesar what belongs to Caesar...” Liverpool and Chelsea are at the summit and they are not there by lucky or accidental circumstances but by merit.
Doe done klin o fambul den we don cam back! This was embarrassing, really embarrassing even for the die hards. Kanda wam kanda kol nor go evin easy. But it ain’t over yet you know, because City (who kept their players in lockdown for 50 minutes after the stalemate against Southampton) beckons in midweek. I have no sympathy for Jose (not because of my Liverpool bias) but because of his continued arrogance.
Doe done klin o fambul den we don cam back! How do I write this blog when the only thing at the back of my mind is the Monday night showdown at Anfield. But Chrisford Davis and Ibrahim Khalil Dyfan will have a real go at me because they’d want me to highlight a complete performance of the Blues against the beat-box Champions in Leicester City.