Light-hearted take on City; Yousay IN YOUR OPINION...SO Martin Crawford would rather be dead than see Cardiff City play in a red strip ("Bluebirds 2012 red or dead", You Say, May 21).
He also says: "We'll always play in blue to our dying day." This could be sooner than he thinks.
Cardiff's history is written in stone. The FA Cup win. The amazing a·maze
v. a·mazed, a·maz·ing, a·maz·es
1. To affect with great wonder; astonish. See Synonyms at surprise.
2. Obsolete To bewilder; perplex.
v.intr. win over Real Madrid will always be fact and a change of strip colour will not dilute this.
A lot has been written about the situation at Cardiff City. It should be dealt with in an appropriate manner, and by those responsible for the final outcome, but I would offer the following light-hearted view, in the style of Mr Crawford's poem.
TG or not TG, the question has arisen. A man who would invest some cash to realise his vision.
His only stipulation was to change the strip to red.
This riled Mr Crawford so, he'd rather end up dead.
So thwarted by such blinkered blink·ered
Subjective and limited, as in viewpoint or perception: "The characters have a blinkered view and, misinterpreting what they see, sometimes take totally inexpedient action" fans, the offer disappeared.
Backs against the wall again, the debts once more have reared. To look a gift horse in the mouth to examine the mouth of a horse which has been received as a gift, in order to ascertain his age; - hence, to accept favors in a critical and thankless spirit.
See also: Horse , I know is not a sin, But surely common sense should rule, we're in this game to win.
I have to take this man to task, who writes from Waters Fair.
I always go to watch a match, I care not what they wear.
If they play well and win the match, these Cardiff City slickers.
If red's the colour, so be it, it could be frilly frill
1. A ruffled, gathered, or pleated border or projection, such as a fabric edge used to trim clothing or a curled paper strip for decorating the end of the bone of a piece of meat.
* Roger Lee Pontcanna, Cardiff