George Lawrence’s Shorts – Crewe’s control

Let’s get physio

It’s been a good week for KRob, with two wins in two. Charlton’s pysiotherapistslashmanager Nigel Adkins was nothing if not perceptive after his side’s 2-1 defeat – “Ultimately, you’re 2-0 down and that does change the complexion of the game.” he said.

Meanwhile, superspreader Crewe manager David Artell, a man who has done more than most to promote the coronavirus pandemic around the country, was proud of his team after their 1-0 defeat. The Alex have been struck down by a sickness bug (obviously). “If we can keep on improving like we are doing then we will be fine.” he said after his team followed up last week’s defeat to Portsmouth with an better defeat to us.

Bees move-ey

Anyone following Nico Jones’ career as an Instagram influencer, will know of his dedication to manspreading in a souped up Golf GTI. It’s this can-won’t attitude that led KRob to give the defender the old heave-ho in the summer. Undeterred, Jones is following star baker Canice Carroll career trajectory by joining Brentford B, a rehabilitation scheme for wayward footballers hoping to realise their dream to reach the middle of the Vanarama North.

I don’t like Lun-days

Whether it’s Mars bars or processed pizzas, it shouldn’t be a surprise to hear that Scottish fans will batter anything. Jon Lundstram isn’t exactly winning over Rangers fans at the moment. The one-time Oxford pingdemic was hauled off against Dundee United recently and followed it up with a first half red card in the Europa League this week. Rangers fans have been tossing their cabers on Twitter with one fan saying that Lundstram can ‘suck ma bangle’ (no, us neither).

Hearts ‘burn

The Oxford United theme park being built in the Scottish Premier League gathers pace with former Oxford wunderkind Ben Woodburn joining Hearts. The deal is due to last until January, but Woodburn could stay longer as he’s hoping to get tickets for the Edinburgh derby in April.

Big Dickie energy

Sulky sixth former Rob Dickie’s early season exam results are so good at QPR, he might have to delay his planned gap year growing dreadlocks and getting mugged. After scoring two goals this season, he’s been linked with a move to the Premier League. Both Leeds Leeds Leeds and Wolves are interested.