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Dec 31, 2008
So, where do I begin?
We are to ground share with the Daggers and that titbit comes from a reliable source or at least a bloke on the sauce.

Barry Corr wants to mark his hundredth Blues game with a goal and that's breaking news? Probably more newsy if he said he didn't want to score a goal.

We have a defender on the radar that may or may not be signed in time for the Oxford game or possibly a case of wishful thinking or fan appeasement or one of assorted scenario's that fall somewhere between Dot Cotton being a sex kitten and aliens abducted my gerbil.

Anthony Straker is a great player or maybe pretty good or perhaps rubbish and on average there are in excess of 4000 opinions on this at every home game.

The team are coming back into form! A statement of fact, well conjecture or at the very least the view of PB and he is a more reliable source than the bloke down the pub or the groundkeepers third cousin living in Lithuania that hears regular info on the Blues in a retirement home for senile football pundits.

Gary Patterson is definitely going to spearhead our attack in the near future and lead us to promotion but only use us as a stepping stone on route to premiership footy and an England debut. Maybe/possibly/not.

All in all it has been a great week for news on the Blues and I cant wait for the next installment.