Don't change a winning formula... even if that formula seems to come from superstitions.
Recently retired hard man Roy Scully ventures north of the border for his first job in management. Steve Gerrard, he ain't.
Put the jacket up-front, you'll win by even more In all honesty, I've been keeping up with the story of late and it's been a sensational read as it always is from yourself.
Haha, great update. This update has a strong realism to it - I can imagine this sort of conversation taking place. This is why I love your story so much because you seem to nail the finer aspects perfectly! When she gets older, she'll realise that her Dad certainly received a barrage of words a lot stronger!
An update that shows Kids can hear things from their parents and throw it around just as easily. Thankfully Roy is a good parent ensuring she understands words like that shouldn't be used. Great Update mate!
For some reason this reminds me of reading James Joyce’s Ulysses just because of the approach you take to make your writing create a sort of stream-of-consciousness to the reader that then become present in his Roy’s actual conversation. Honestly is fantastic reading.
Adrianinho to the rescue! A point is better than none; but Roy will be naturally disappointed not to win the game. Next game, the performance needs to be there for the entirety of the match, not just for the last forty-five minutes.
Phew. A point won or two points lost? The end of the season will be when we know. Despite a poor performance, the resilience to come back from behind has to be satisfying.
Not the greatest days for the team. But a point is a point and it all adds up in the end!
Roy and Kates relationship is very important. She knows what she needs to do to get him through a disappointing result and that will only benefit both!
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