For the sceptics out there, surely last week was proof enough that miracles do happen in real life!

For starters, comedy striker Nile Ranger actually managed to score a goal!  Not Ed Zachary known for being a goal machine, serial court attendee Nile Ranger is now playing on loan at formerly famous South Yorkshire club, Sheffield Wednesday in League One.  Last Saturday, the Newcastle United loanee scored in Wednesday’s 2-0 at Huddersfield Town.  Fukkin hell, can you believe that???

Here’s a YouTube video with the highlights for those of you who haven’t seen it.


Follow Nile Ranger on Twitter and be enlightened by pearls of wisdom such as, “No Bwoy.. Can tek arf MI pants, MI nuh play deh di GAME DEH” – @NilePowerRanger 

On an economic note, Sheffield’s branches of Nandos have reported a dramatic increase in business with Nile and his plastic gangsta cronies frequent the restaurants on a daily basis.  But well done to Nile Ranger for that, check out my last blog on the superstar striker.


Also last Saturday, continuing the theme of the impossible happening, my fukkin football betting tip actually won. Fukkin hell, can you believe that???

Last Week’s Betting Tip 

Chelsea, Hearts and Queens Park all won.  So if you did follow my £10 treble last weekend, William Hill would have returned £31.77.  So after nine weeks of £10 bets, that’s a total of £90 staked for a total return of £55.12.

A total loss of £34.88

Falkirk 6/4 with Paddy Power to win at Queen of the South

This week I’m gonna try a four-fold. It’s mostly Scottish football, in the comedy leagues.

This week, get a £10 accumulator on;

Swindon to beat Plymouth (8/15)

Falkirk to win at Queen of the South (6/4)

Cowdenbeath to win at Stirling (8/13)

Queens Park to win at Montrose (10/11)

With Paddy Power, £10 returns £118.22.

Grand National

The nags aren’t really my forte (but then again, football betting isn’t either) but I am having a little flutter on The Grand National tomorrow.  I’ve currently only got an each way bet on both Ballabriggs (12/1) and Calgary Bay (40/1) with Paddy Power.

I did win a few quid on last year’s National too.  It’s always worth a little flutter, but then again, it’s usually more like a lottery.


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