La Libération de Caen #3: audioblogs, history and a cheeky clearance

It has been a varied week here at FMheathen blog HQ; starting with something very much embedded in real life with the much appreciated and humbling feedback from my last post Remembrance day special: Walter Tull, football hero (thanks all), which really pulled at my heart strings given the topic, and ending with a new … Continue reading La Libération de Caen #3: audioblogs, history and a cheeky clearance

Remembrance day special: Walter Tull, football hero

There are two myths surrounding football in the First World War. One, that everybody suddenly downed tools and had a kickabout with the Germans on Christmas Day in 1914 and two, that British soldiers played footie as they walked across no-man's lands towards the German machine guns. In actual fact, they were both true but … Continue reading Remembrance day special: Walter Tull, football hero

La Libération de Caen #2: Keep it real, FM

You know that moment when you've planned a night out with the boys but the beta comes out 24 hrs before? When you then come home from being on the piss after not even firing her up yet, never mind played a single game? Then, when FM is 'setting up the team database' and you … Continue reading La Libération de Caen #2: Keep it real, FM