Tell It Like It Is! Will Yer?

1 Leave a comment on verse 1 0 Like Fabio I’m mellowing
As old age makes one do
When Petr missed that easy cross
I never blew a fuse.

2 Leave a comment on verse 2 0 When William put them Gooners one nil up
I whispered … que sera
A make or break week-end for the so-called big four?
Richard, Sick note, Rudy me son
You must be ‘avin a laugh!

3 Leave a comment on verse 3 0 As much as I hate to say it
I agree with the red nosed knight
This year’s title race is almost certain to be
Really, ever so tight.

4 Leave a comment on verse 4 0 Yesterday was the very first time
I’d seen all the alleged pretenders
Not one of the so called big four
Struck me as an out and out contender.

5 Leave a comment on verse 5 0 City could be in the shake up
Everton have a shout
That makes at least half a dozen in with a chance
Perhaps you’d care to point that out?



What are the jokes/blokes on Sky ranting on about?
Make or break week-end for the big four, rubbish.
Were team Man Yoo SA that much better than Liverpool, at Anfiel?.
Did then Gooners play Chelsea off the park at The Emirates?
Not a bit of it!

Maybe it’s the festive spirit, but none of them stood out for me, as the poem says, one or two others could have a big say in the shake up, couldn’t they?

I couldn’t even have a pop at Petr Cech, cos he’s saved us on so many big occasions in the past, what would be the point? William Gallas is still a big favourite of mine even though he’s a decked out in rouge.

A very dignified celebration for his goal against us shows what a gent he is, and the presentation speech to Skys’ man of the man Gael Clichy had my daughter saying….”ah dad, William’s still so lovely ain’t he?”.


Source: http://footballpoets.org/poems/tell-it-like-it-is-will-yer/