Tuesday, April 04, 2006

New challenge for Varney

Following the overwhelming success of Operation Riverside, UK defence secretary John Reid has enlisted the help of Addicks chief Peter Varney to bring home British troops from Iraq. "It's a logistical nightmare," admitted Reid, "...but with Varney in charge, anything is possible."

Although initial reports were sketchy, Varney intends to utilise a combination of military planes, Chinook helicopters and luxury coaches. "The war's gone deep into extra time," mused Varney, "...it's time to bring the boys home."

The initial batch of coaches will leave as follows:

12.15pm Fallujah (Green Man)

12.45pm Baghdad Central (White Hart)

1.00pm Baghdad North (Coach 'n Horses)

1.15pm Basra (Little Chef)

1.30pm Najaf East (Ikea)

1.45pm Mosul (The Jester)


At 7:51 PM, Anonymous William Waukee said...

Does anybody else think the club are being out of order in expecting fans to make their own way to kings cross?

At 9:28 PM, Blogger New York Addick said...

Couldn't agree more. Moreover, at the very least they should be giving fans a hot dog and beer inside the ground, as well as a free first goalscorer bet.


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