An apology and several new beginnings…

First of all, I must apologise both to this blog and the entire blogiverse for letting this blog get out of control. There are a million reasons, moving, re-structuring, re-locating relatives, pressure of work, but none of them seems to justify not posting here for the last 3 months.

However, a lot has happened these last few weeks, not least of which is the launch today of 2 New Blogs, both of which are incredibly tightly focussed compared to life here in Alienboy’s World.

With the start of the new football season getting excitingly close, I haven’t been able to resist the opportunity of launching About Manchester United , the blog that does exactly what it says on the tin, it’s all about the greatest football club in the world! This will naturally feature one distant fan’s view of his home town club, one of the persistent features of an ever-changing life!

Another ever present feature of life is food and, to help my continued efforts to diet and lose weight, I’ve started All I Ate Today which is going to detail EVERYTHING I eat, meal by meal, course by course, every little munchie day by day, the whole truth WILL be told. That and a whole load of tangentially connected foodie thoughts can be found.

So, hopefully as life starts to take on a little more definition, after a long period of fluidity and change, a little more stability will allow this blog of mine to grow to a size worthy of an entire world, Alienboy’s World .

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Awww!

Well, I just logged in to the Manchester United server of the Sunday League to see how the competition to take over my team is going and found this in the Hall of Fame…

Alienboy
Alienboy was one of Man 2’s greats, and is in the minority of managers who can claim to have been a commanding presence on the game over ‘generations’. A real old school manager, his brilliance on the game and wit on the forums hadn’t faded since he joined in late 2002 to when he left early 2005. If anything, one could say he moved from strength to strength – 3 Elite Cups underline just how good this manager was. Proved his resilience on countless occasions, surviving defeats on the forum and on the game to come back stronger, usually having the last laugh along the way. A legend who learnt his trade with the old guard and – along with Pparch – the only manager who stayed at the very top until they decided to call it a day.

* blushes*