Joe Williams published a poem on the site Football Poets 1 year, 7 months ago
5 April, 1902
9 March, 1946
Bolton Wanderers nil
Stoke City nil
Bolton win two nil on aggregate
2 January, 1971
11 May, […]
Joe Williams commented on a poem on Football Poets 1 year, 8 months ago
Haha, thanks Crispin, I hope you can at least see your pie well enough to eat it!
Joe Williams published a poem on the site Football Poets 1 year, 8 months ago
Notts County v Rochdale,
Meadow Lane, ’96.
Fog draped like a theatre curtain
over the halfway line.
Behind our goal with pie and peas
we watch the action fade away,
hoofed into the unknown,
dribbled into the mist.
Joe Williams published a poem on the site Football Poets 1 year, 10 months ago
Ross County v Aberdeen,
1999, or thereabouts.
County won 3-0.
Amazing display of football.
You wouldn’t think it possible,
but he’s quite a player,
To be fair, Aberdeen
had an […]
Did you drink your morning coffee
from the cracked mug?
Did you eat two shredded wheat?
Did you shave, or not shave
(whichever works this season)?
Did you clean your teeth left-handed?
Did you pick the […]
Joe Williams commented on a poem on Football Poets 1 year, 11 months ago
This one is from my book The Taking Part. As you can probably tell, it’s a true story.
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Joe Williams published a poem on the site Football Poets 1 year, 11 months ago
It was Barry’s idea, so
he only has himself to blame.
For all the thrill of orbital flight,
of seeing the Earth from space,
those journeys are so damn boring.
I admit to sneaking the ball in,
and that B […]
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