With a creak of twisted metal and a duck under a jagged edge, we’re in. Weeds have grown now, vines climb the ancient grandstand where once there was naught but grey concrete, and a family of sparrows have made their … Continue reading
At a glittering award ceremony in Sheffield’s world famous Goodwin Sports Centre, Dyslexics Untied yesterday marked the end of their three year reign as Yorkshire’s supreme footballing outfit in suitable style – Alex kicked stuff, Ben got in a fight … Continue reading
Some people have accused me of slacking off and not keeping on top of Dyslexics match reports. These people can fuck off, as they were only ever a way to distract me from the futility of life, and I’ve discovered … Continue reading
After their demolition of this same competition last term, many pundits were questioning whether Dyslexics Untied could possibly repeat their domination. The answer, in case the score hasn’t given it away, is probably.
We’re back, in sensational style. As per usual. Which probably makes it the opposite of sensational.
As well as being crowned 5-a-side league champions, Dyslexics Untied recorded their biggest ever win at Goodwin tonight, ruining the spectacle for anyone who wanted to see a tense final round of fixtures, but making ecstatic anyone who wanted to … Continue reading
Aided by a couple of old friends, the Dyslexics 6-a-side team bid 2011 a fond farewell with a confident and classy display amid almost biblical conditions.