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"Four Thousand Holes in Blackburn, Lancashire"

One last post before I head to the airport and catch the flight from balmy Fort Lauderdale to chilly Manchester. I’ll report back via this blog (if I can get internet connection) when I touch down at Goodison Park.

In the meantime, here’s an article I wrote that BBC Lancashire just published regarding this Sunday’s Blackburn against Tottenham Hotspur match: BBC – Lancashire – Sport – Swapping Florida sun for football fun

Rovers fans, if you’re reading this, let me know where the best place is to get a authentic meat pie. How are the ones in the ground?


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4 Responses to "Four Thousand Holes in Blackburn, Lancashire"

  1. Anonymous says:

    Meat pies at the ground aren’t great.

    the best ones are my grans! but thats a secret

  2. Anonymous says:

    without a doubt levers opposite the Jack Walker stand. The End.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Pies?????

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