This just in… Following Kyle McFadzean’s sending off against Brighton and Hove Albion today for standing still, MK Dons stewards are keen to employ the same tactics employed by the referee. Doris Entwistle, Aisle 19, row Q, has been ejected and banned from the ground as she’s not been seen to have moved for the last two games, at least.
This just in – following last week’s little display at Cheltenham, and we say that because he’s not long in the showers (if you know what I mean) it would appear that MK Dons midfield starlet, Samir Carruthers, has this week suffered a Boardroom injury, which looks to have been very painful in the pocket area, and may keep him out of the game for the near future, or until the fans have forgotten about ‘UrineGate’ at least.
Chants of ‘Same old Samir, taking the p***’ would not have been encouraged at a Family Fun Day. When asked when he’d be back, he replied ‘Probably for Cheltenham, in their league too’.
More on this once we’ve established just how long he’s been banned from Cheltenham for.
This just in – in preparation for this Saturday’s eagerly awaited ‘Battle of the Baldocks’ at Stadium Colon MK, Dons supremo Andrew ‘call me Andy’ Cullen today announced the latest in his now legendary line of big days out. Never one to miss an opportunity to get even a single extra bum on one of our many empty seats, Andrew announced that Saturday’s match would be renamed as ‘Baldocks’ Big Day Out’. Anyone who is able to prove to box office staff that they’re yet another Baldock brother will be entitled to reduced price entry, a free 1/32 scale model of the left ankle of one of the brothers (it doesn’t matter which brother, oddly enough their ankles are identical) and a freshly washed burger.
More on this once we’ve established just what we wash our burgers in.