forecasting


I’m not sure if this is going to work as a posting but this was a message
I sent to friends from Italy during last season’s Champions league.
My forecasting prowess was obviously hopeless so far as the footiewas concerned but the bit about Mourinho seems spookily accurateSo the special one’s off to Real then. I’d get down the bookies now!

wotcha
> guess you all seen the draw in the Champs league. If not it's:
>     Milan  v  Bay Mun
>     PSV Ein v  Liv'l
>     Roma v the mighty Man U
>     Russia FC v  Valencia
>
> Crackerjack or what? let me paint a scenario. Milan v the germans very
> difficult to call. I'm half italian now so should support Milan but got a
> sneaking feeling that the germans could squeeze thru at home second leg.
> it sets ups  intrigung match for owen hargreaves in the semi....more in a
> second!
> PSV will lose to Liverpool who will be just too strong for the arsenal
> thumpers.
> Roma have got totti but he's got a ridiculous name for a footballer and
> neville will give him a welcome to madchester whack and he'll disappear in
> secong leg. The reds, without any forwards, to win with streaky late
> penalty.
> Russia FC will have torrid time in valencia (that reserve player of theirs
> has an awesome right hook) but will also squeeze through with  two goals
> from the Dog (one off his shin, the other off his big fat arse) at home in
> the  abramovichstad stadium.
>
> Semi-finals. A tantalising all-english tie between Russia Fc and the Pool.
> Benitez is the best tactical manager in European football in my humble
> view and will yet again out-fox the special one. Emotional night for
> liverpool - lots of interviews of the scouse lads in the team crying into
> the microphone and dedicating the win to the liverpool dockers. bellamy
> having scored the winning goal will take his willy out on match of the day
> and dedicate it to all the girls he's belted in cardiff's many nightclubs.
> Meantime peter kenyon will declare after the match that the result is not
> a set-back in their plans for world domination. shockingly he will also
> announce that Jose has left the club by mutual consent (with a £20m pay
> off) and declares confidentally that none of the key players at Russia fc
> will be bothered about jose's departure.
>
> next day Jose appears at a press conference at real madrid to announce his
> appointment as the new manager following fabio capello's sacking on 12
> march as a result of losing to barcelona in la liga. he is flanked by
> essien, makele, petr helmethead and the Dog who have followed him to the
> bernie bow.
>
> next day fat frank lampard appears at a press conference in barcelona to
> announce his signing for the club citing his wife's desire to return to
> her catalan family as the main reason for the move and denying completely
> that the salary of £150k fer week had any bearing on his decision.
>
> next day peter kenyon is found dead with a lethal dose of plutonium Z200
> in his bloodstream, 'about 4 spadesful' according to a Met Police
> spokesman. Sadly they have no clues or ideas as to who may have been
> responsible for administering the toxic cocktail.
>
> meanwhile man u and bayern munchinggladtobeback play out a fairly dull
> semi-final which comes into life in the final frantic five minutes when
> the bayern player owen hargreaves incredibly scores 5 own goals to gift
> the tie to a largely undeserving and rather fortunate man u.
>
> next day owen hargreaves signs for man u for a world record £25m for a
> canadian born, german-speaking englishman. he dedicates his performance in
> the semi final to Uli hoeness, the general manger of  bayern M-k who
> worked so hard to prevent the transfer from happening. Sir Alex ferguson
> is admitted overnight to Crumpsall hospital in madchester. He is allowed
> home the next day. A hospital spokesman said that the prolonged laughing
> attack had not proved harmful and Sir Alex had returned to his customary
> sad tw*t personality.
>
> The final: the first all-english final in the history of the Champions
> League. A breathless affair. Liverpool have almost all the possession,
> hitting the woodwork on seventeen separate occasions. In the last minute
> substitute teddy Sheringham - signed  on loan from the relegated hamsters
> the day before the final -  aged 40 (but two yards faster in his head then
> any of the scouse defenders) scores with the last kick of the match. An
> incredible goal as it rebounded off the corner flag before hitting going
> through jersey doodeck's legs. 'Yes of i meant it' teddy said excitedly at
> the post match interview and he dedicated his match winning performance to
> stephen gerrard who 'played an absolute blinder but who sadly made the
> mistake of marrying his embarrassing scouse girlfriend' chortled teddy.
>
> So there you have it and don't forget you read it here first. Come on you
> reds
> fat pasta boy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
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Having decided on a change of life by moving home from the UK to Italy, this is the story and thoughts of a man on a personal journey from the Blackpool Tower to the Leaning Tower of Pisa, in search of la dolce vita. After several olive harvests he's now back in London but en route he shares his very personal perspectives on life.

8 thoughts on “forecasting

  1. Hello Pasta Paulie thanks for the comments!

    I really like your blog too, some of the football posts are eerily accurate.

    I would love for some of the other stuff to come true.

    Jose for Real Madrid? im not too sure.

  2. hi marlid

    top man for checking in. you’re prob right about Real M but you can sense Mourinho’s presence haunched like a vulture over every top manager’s position in Europe apart from maybe Wenger. Even Sir A must be feeling his youthful breath. Real could still be the destination.
    p

  3. Hi PP

    Maybe he has caught the bug of moving to Italy too, now that the financial debacle is calming they will be getting big money back into the game there.

    How about AC Milan? Ancelotti has been there since 2001, could be….

    PGOB

  4. yep
    good call pgob or even inter? could he even get ranieri the boot for a second time by taking over at juve? that would be too cruel. AC look slike a huge re-building job – i wonder if he’ll be given the money. you know what i would like? to see him at my local side in italy ascoli piceno who got relegated last year. but it’s about as likely as sammy lee lasting till xmas. even jol will outlast him i reckon.
    pp

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