TIGER NEWS – DEADLINE DAY

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‘…AND THE SHOCK BREAKING NEWS, KATE, IS THAT CHRIS WRIGHT IS ON HIS WAY TO MILAN!…’

‘MMM!  FANCY A SHAG LATER, JIM’

Yes, it’s that time of the year again when mega-rich overrated sportsmen and their money grabbing representatives make merry at our expense, as everyone in the media creams themselves off with mock excitement. Yes, it’s transfer deadline day again, and never more crucially so than for troubled North London outfit, the Judd Street Tigers, a club at the crossroads of transition. Beleaguered Director of Cricket Steve Bignell has been busy doing business (‘My phone is red hot – I left it out in the sun’) as he attempts to drag his side out of the Social Cricket relegation zone.

The biggest story of the day was the loan of Chris Wright to rivals Cincinnati, news which provoked a massive media scrum. However, speaking through his car window, Wright assured all Tiger fans that this was merely temporary and he would be back in Tiger colours by the end of the season.

INS AND OUTS

INS

BILLY GROSS – Chelsea (fee undisclosed)

USMAN DAR – West Ham (fee undisclosed)

JOE WEBSTER – Winchmore Hill (loan with view to permanent deal)

JACK WILSHIRE – Arsenal (season long loan 2017)

OUTS

CHRIS WRIGHT – Cincinnati (loan)

JOHN McGIRR – Sunderland (loan deal ended)

DAVE RAWLINGS – retired (retains social membership)

STUART CARTER (retired)

PHIL HILL – Kings Lynn (loan subject to medical)

ANDY WARD – Totteridge over 50s (loan)

Speculation still remains over the future of ace batsman and wicket-keeper Barnaby Pinfield and it is understood a decision will be made in the close season, although the club is still negotiating to bring a number of new players before the start of the 2017 campaign.

 

 

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  1. Perfectly sums up all that is wrong with sport in this country. Back in June, I personally didn’t want my country back, but now that I do I realise what a shite place it is and wish someone else had it. I’d rather have someone else’s country. I don’t care about olympic medals, I care about loyalty, and if I don’t get it I’m going somewhere else.

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