The fruit is on the other foot

Report by Gerry McDonnell

I like to feel of myself as a chilled individual. Admittedly, I’m not as laid back as the wife, but that is a outcome of her way of life.

Currently being cool, relaxed and occasionally collected, I’ve been stunned by the overreaction to the minor disagreement for the duration of the Carling Cup last. The term ‘handbags’ is an outrageous exaggeration the spouse throws far more punches on a Sunday afternoon when I try to dislodge her from the mattress.

The sending off of Adebayor was particularly perplexing. Emmanuel appeared innocent, however was punished severely which coincidentally was the plot of the DVD i watched after the match. I’m obtaining caught into the 8/15 for an Arsenal win more than Studying.

I’m starting to worry about the wife’s sister. Her infatuation with me is nearly definitely a outcome of deeply rooted psychological issues brought on by lower self-esteem. Sweet. I am not passing up the opportunity to get on Wigan at three/1 to beat Manchester Metropolis.

The Beatles may possibly have informed the planet that ‘money can’t but you love’ but Wayne Rooney discovered the flaw in that romantic fallacy. The phrase on the road is that Wayne is set to marry Coleen, and the street individuals are certainly in the loop. I am romantically concerned with the seven/four about Liverpool denting Manchester United’s title cost.

We all have our small quirks, except for Birds of a Feather. The wife’s sister has a foot fetish I originally imagined she was just pulling my leg. I’m dipping my toes into the 9/4 for a draw amongst Fulham and Aston Villa.Unlike the wife’s sister, Middlesbrough have only tasted defeat on a single event this yr. You ought to back again the Boro at 11/4 to win at Newcastle i am placing my foot down.

Andy Johnson is by no means much from a ‘diving’ controversy. The miniature hitman had the finger pointed at him yet again previous week, which was much more than sufficient for him to tumble to the ground. Sheffield United can take a stage off the Toffeemen at an unsteady 9/4.

Frank Lampard should feel ashamed of himself for squaring up to tiny Cesc Fabregas. Lamps could have picked on someone his individual size but in all fairness, Pauline Quirke was rehearsing for a musical. Chelsea can flip more than Pompey at a mammoth 3/5.

The final five matches in between Bolton and Blackburn have either been goalless or settled by a single strike this is a real clash of the tight-uns. I’m jumping on the 17/two for ‘no goalscorer’ like it was a Russian tennis player. Preferably not Davydenko.

There’s an air of impending doom surrounding Alan Curbishley and West Ham. They say it really is never ever over until the lady of a fuller figure breaks into song ‘Birds of a Feather, the musical’ opens on Sunday night. Spurs can hammer one more nail into the Curb’s coffin at thirteen/ten.

The wife’s mother has asked to proofread my weekly betting preview to guarantee that I’m not creating any inexpensive digs at her expense. No make any difference how much she pleads she’s not finding her fingers on my column. Charlton can keep their survival dreams alive with a win at the Vicarage at 9/5.

Frank Lampard is not pleased with this week’s accumulator. Apparently, it’s so mouthwatering he’s struggling to focus on the approaching ruck with Pauline Quirke. Final week’s accer obliged at 25/one Arsenal, Charlton, Chelsea and Tottenham will follow fit at a beefy fifteen/one.

About the Author

Gerry McDonnell is a specialist odds compiler, journalist and rescuer of little orphans.