Thursday, 22 November 2007

It's Time for A Special One




The Special One is my choice for the post of manager for the England football team. I couldn't care less that England lost yesterday evening. But if the Special One was to return to English football then I just might take an interest. Sigh...

11 comments:

Flowerpot said...

I'm afraid I have absolutely no interest in most sport. But he is rather broodingly wonderful...

teeni said...

I know nothing about soccer (football). But I can see why you'd take an interest with him for a manager. He is quite cute.

Winchester whisperer said...

Hear, hear!

Stinking Billy said...

You haven't been around lately, but you haven't changed, Penny. Still sighing I see, but so fickle?

lady thinker said...

Yes, Flower, brooding and wonderfully entertaining with that little boy pout.

Believe me, teeni, you'd take more notice if he was managing one of your soccer teams.

win whisp - and so say all of us!

St Billy, oh I have been around but no time to leave a message on yours - but have called in to read your interesting posts. In future I'll just leave a 'footprint' to let you know I was there.

And St Billy - I'm not fickle - I have a BIG heart. sigh x

rilly super said...

hey, I saw him first! You can have martin o' neal

toby said...

That's as likely as England winning the next world cup! Lol! You girls and your weird fantasies.

lady thinker said...

No Rilly - I am sorry, seeing first doesn't count you should have proclaimed i.e shouted from the rooftops - my motto is 'first come first served'.

Sorry tobee - not weird at all - but wonderful fantasy.

Merri said...

Yes I approve his visage..lol.
(oh so handsome!!)
CUTIE!
Merri
( PS your area where it says choose an identity doesn't seem to allow people from other blogging sites..whaa...)
It's me!
http://merrimerri.wordpress.com

lady thinker said...

Hello Merri _ I'm sorry blogger does seem a bit standoffish when it comes to 'wordpress bloggers' but you are permanent fixture on my blogroll.

lady thinker said...

Well, the FA played safe. perhaps they felt they couldn't handle Jose, no way. Then again perhaps Jose felt he couldn't do much with the English players - there aren't many of them being sought out by high spending international football teams.
fom now on any interest I had in football is dead and buried - unless Jose takes on another UK club. Sigh.