Well, as I’m sure you all will have noticed, I’ve been away for a bit.Â In that time I managed to miss (writing up, not watching, the internet being a wonderful thing) two very fine Wolves victories indeed, one ignominious defeat and a pretty poor score draw against Doncaster in the Cup.Â Also, no transfer activity at all (except for two nearly signings of Sidwell).Â I will endeavour to do a bit of a round up in the next couple of days.
But, until then, more about me.Â After all, there’s been a lot written about all these matches and, let’s face it, very little about me, and it’s only fair that I should attempt to redress the balance.
I’ve been in Russia – more specifically Moscow and St Petersburg – on a bonny winner holiday and want to share a few pictures for your viewing pleasure:
If I had three items of advice to impart after this little jaunt, it would be:
- Don’t make Monday the only day you have in St Petersburg.Â The Hermitage is closed.
- If at the sixth line of metal detectors (no exaggeration) to get to Red Square for New Year the nice policemen ask you if the clear liquid you’ve carried through every one of then is water, say ‘yes’ (‘da’ may be better).Â This, it seems, is sufficient.Â Alternatively, find something else to do for New Year.
- Wrap up warm.Â Shorts and T-shirts is really only for hard nuts like me.