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Monday, July 30, 2007

30th July 2007

Strike Factory has run into financial problems after its president and chairman Charles Ball, managed to buy DC United, only to realise that he has got himself millions into the red as a result, but at least he owns a fine Major League Soccer outfit. Ha Ha

 On a more serious not, I have run into some serious financial mess caused partly by the manager of Camfield not informing me of some overpayments that were delayed that I could have payed much earlier meaning I would have been out of the red much sooner, rather than now as out a lot for summer. Plus Nationwide bank who are trying to charge me £60 for 2 cheques that bounced when I panicked about paying my rent. Though it is also a fault on my part as well. Hopefully this mess should get sorted the next few days as rather getting worried about it.

Meanwhile I have aqquired the skills of Brightonian Simon Tipple to help me with the sister site Seagulls Nest, as part of my plan to improve the coverage of the Seagulls on the Rivals.net based site.

My celebrations of Falmer after hearing the news from Kathryn Langley and her news team at Southern FM. apart from playing Strike - U Sure Do at full blast so loud that apparently the clowns at Falmer complained despite being about 20 miles away from Crawley, were low key. In the evening I did not go out deciding to be boring and watch Titanic and enjoy some White Grape Juice with neighbour Hayley Merle.

On Sunday I played in the NSC 6-a side tournament. Signing up to play for NSC Select at Preston Park in Brighton. I played a key role in the team maintaining a thrilling 3-3 draw against the mighty Brazil that featured the legendary Ben Miller with his Rotherham Sambo style. I played a key role in the centre of the park, though special praise goes to Jamie Van Der Westhuizen, for his entertaining legendary saves that would have made Giovani Buffon proud, not forgetting the goals by Kevin Ticehurst and Simon Tipple. All in all, that would be the only game that the NSC Select would gain a point as they would lose the other three games to the Crocs (minus Scott McCarthy), AITC, and the Exiles. Crowhurst eventully ended up winning everything, in the tournament. Though AITC VS Sporting was also a classic this semi final match, saw the likes of Simon Barrett and Richie Morris, topple and give the Albion In The Community Coachs red faces, as they edged the coachs who would go home crying after thinking they would win the tournament in this classic David and Golaith affair. The final however was a dull affair.     


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