The Lay brothers: still miserable.

Everyone in action during the Fusion - Impact game.

Everyone in action during the Fusion - Impact game.

Teeb and Teeb Senior = WWC defeat.

Everyone in action during the Fusion - Impact game.

After a good few months in hibernation, the Tuesday 6-a-side League returned to action in glorious sunshine.

Sassco.co.uk 4 WWC FC 1.
It was “ringers” galore as Sassco defeated WWC by a 4-1 scoreline. Both teams were struggling and it was a double-Teeb bonus as Teeb and Teeb Senior were on the pitch together for the first time since they had a kickabout when Teeb was around five years old (he hasn’t made any improvement).

Nevertheless, despite the strong bloodline bond, neither of them passed to each other as neither trusted each others ability. This left ‘Yes Trigger’, Jordan Gallagher and Trevor Walker to fight a lone battle. Tommy Bell was in goal. Muers, for Sassco, had one of his best games ever as he turned Teeb Senior inside and out and attempted to shatter his bones on more than one occasion. The end result was a 4-1 win for a 60% Sassco team.

Redhouse Fusion 4 Downhill Impact 2.
Both the Lay brothers were at it before their kick off, claiming the league was a ‘scam’ and a ‘fix’. Then complaining that I’d only provided them with five outfield tops in a ‘6-a-side’ league. They they complained that the ball was too round, and then complained that Ken Street was refereeing. Ironically, Josh Lay’s anger began the week before when he turned up for football claiming I’d sent him a text that it was on. The proof will be uploaded soon, which will prove that he struggles with numbers.

So, when they were 2-1 down, it was ready to kick off, with both brothers heading for the naughty step. They overcame the struggled and eventually equalised, before gaining some breathing space at 4-2.