Letter: No mirth in Sam's exploits.Byline: David Lewis The name David Lewis may refer to several people: Academics
JOHN Wright suggests I should be invited to join the panel commenting on Cardiff City's performances to add a touch of mirth (Viewpoints, August 27). Did he read the panel's comments in the same issue, I wonder?
Awful, rubbish, abysmal, bad news, something is lacking and so poor, it was unreal - just a few of the panel's observations on the latest exploits of Sam Hammam's comedy football team, which Lennie Lawrence Lennie Lawrence, (born December 12 1947), is a British football manager. He has managed Charlton Athletic, Middlesbrough, Luton Town, Grimsby Town, Plymouth Argyle and Bradford City. Most recently he managed Cardiff City, and is now Director of Football at Bristol Rovers. has had the gall to describe as a First Division team playing in the Second Division.
No, thanks Mr Wright, but I don't think I'll bother accepting any such invitation. I couldn't possibly write anything more mirthful mirth·ful
1. Full of gladness and gaiety.
2. Characterized by or expressing gladness and gaiety: a warm, tender, and mirthful movie. than this.
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