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Life is full of little contradictions. When a professional gambler shops around for value, he’s lauded for his shrewdness. Yet when I apply a similar level of financial prudence outside of the betting arena, I’m considered meaner than a premenstrual Scot with a toothache.


I’m not ashamed to say that I use the same approach with my shopping budget as I do with my betting bank. Why should I pay 60p for ‘brand name’ biscuits when I can buy an almost identical packet for 15p? Admittedly, the cheapskate biscuits crumble at the merest touch, but I can let this minor flaw pass, as it’s mostly the kids who eat them.


The little ones are always on my back to improve my fitness levels. They’re pretty heavy. My frugal nature led me to scoff at wasting £200 on a gym membership; after all, I’ve got a bike at home.


My economical acumen did lead to quite an embarrassing mix-up. I was feeling a little peckish after a long stint on the exercise bike, so I decided to snack on a few of the tightwad biscuits. This adequately explains how the wife found me breathing heavily while furiously stroking the crumbs off my lap.


Lawrie Sanchez has also been on the end of a comical misunderstanding. The Fulham manager loves to sign Irish Bandar Togel Singapore players, so when he heard of the crisis engulfing Chelsea, he made a cheeky bid to sign O’Bramovich.


The Chelsea squad are on the verge of mutiny as a result of their hard-to-please owner. Fat Frank, the Drog, Malouda: they’re all revolting.


Some of the players were in tears when Jose left, although Ashley Cole’s emotional state may be a result of Liza Minnelli’s tour drawing to a close. The 2/5 for a Chelsea win over Fulham has sent me toppling over the edge.


Michael Owen has once again been sidelined through injury. The King of the Castle has been ruled out with a double hernia: it started off as a single but he was feeling lucky. I’ll have a little punt on the draw between Manchester City and Newcastle at 23/10.


Robbie Savage has often been compared to Roy Keane. Unfortunately, the term ‘a poor man’ normally plays a significant role. The 7/4 for a Sunderland win over Blackburn can help alleviate poverty amongst the betting classes.


Unless Fernando Torres shares the wife’s rare medical condition where physical activity is only permitted once a week, he has to start against Wigan. I’ll happily back Liverpool at 4/6 if Torres starts: if he’s on the bench, I’ll lay it like it was Meg White.


Reading left it late to land a touch against Wigan last week. With two minutes to go, I was sweating like Prince Charles on Father’s Day. These Royals are pretty useful; they can leave Portsmouth with a point at 5/2.


They say that good things come in small packages, and that’s an adage to which I am forced to subscribe. Cesc Fabregas may be diminutive in stature, but he’s a true giant on the football pitch. Arsene has set the little man on fire, he’ll inspire Arsenal to a victory over West Ham at 10/11.


While Cesc is banging the goals in for fun, Andy Johnson would struggle to score at a Ronaldo house-party. I’m loving the 5/2 for a draw between Everton and Middlesbrough.


Steve Bruce is genuinely looking forward to the visit of Manchester United. It’s not a result of his Old Trafford ties, he just wants to stand next to Carlos Tevez and not be considered the ugly one.

The 4/7 for a Manchester United win over the Blues is absolutely stunning.


I’m definitely worried about this bluetongue virus. Apparently, it’s transmitted by midges, so I’m steering well clear of Sammy Lee. Bolton are worth a small bet at 7/4 against Derby.


Martin Jol appears to have lost the plot. I wouldn’t treat a dog the way Jol has treated Jermain Defoe, especially as she failed to swallow my biscuit story. Aston Villa will leave the Lane with a point at 9/4.


I’m sure the wife has shared her outrageous theory on ‘biscuitgate’ with her mother. I’ve been a nervous wreck since the incident; I just haven’t been feeling myself. Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester United and an Everton draw form a 14/1 weekend accer that will hopefully lift my flagging spirits.



Passing of A Legend

Our condolences go out to the family of Ray Hanna who passed away last December. Ray’s association with Biggin Hill goes back over 40 years and he will be sadly missed by all of us.

Who can ever forget seeing him close the show each year in his Spitfire to the sound of the Last Post! The eyes of all of the crowd on the lone aircraft as Ray demonstrated the beauty and grace of the Spitfire as only he could, creating a remarkable emotion which will long be remembered.

There will be many Spitfires flying here at Biggin Hill in the coming years, but there will only be one Ray Hanna. Rest in peace with your son Mark and thank you for all of the memories you have given us.…


A unique collection of German aircraft from the era of the 1930s and 1940s will be on display in the air and on the ground at the 2006 Biggin Hill International Air Fair on 3rd & 4th June. The collection includes a rare example of the Klemm 35 gull-wing monoplane that first flew in 1935. The tandem open cockpit layout made it popular as a training machine with the wartime Luftwaffe and later with air forces of Sweden, Hungary and Rumania. Other rare specimens are the radial-engined Focke-Wulf FW44 Stieglitz (Goldfinch) biplane basic trainer from the mid-1930s and the Bucker Bu181 Bestmann, the first trainer adopted by the 1940s Luftwaffe with side-by-side seating. All aircraft are in original authentic colour schemes. Two further examples of Bucker aircraft are included, the Bu131 Jungmann biplane trainer dating to 1939, this aircraft owned by Mr Bucker himself, and the elite Bu133 Jungmeister that was developed to provide aerobatic and advanced handling training for the military pilots of the day. The classic Jungmeister is powered by the same sturdy Siemens radial engine.…


Calling all teenagers – If you are thinking about a career in the Army, the Royal Air Force, the Royal Navy or the Metropolitan Police, then the place to be on Friday afternoon 2nd June will be at Biggin Hill Airport.

Air Displays International, organisers of the annual Biggin Hill International Air Fair, have arranged a special opportunity for London’s teenager boys and girls to meet professional careers advisers from the three armed services and the Police at the airport for a dedicated 3-hour session between 1pm (1300) and 4pm (1600) on 2nd June. There will be no admission fees, parking or other charges.

Individuals or School’s teaching staff and youth leaders wishing to bring organised groups to the session are invited to make contact with Colin Thomas at the Blackheath Army Recruitment Centre, telephone : 020 8852 8877.…


More than 85,000 spectators visited the 44th Biggin Hill International Air Fair over the weekend, enjoying sunshine and warm weather throughout. The attendance represented an increase of 15,000 above the 2005 level, described by organiser Colin Hitchins as ‘a huge tribute to our supportive sponsors The History Channel, LBC News 1152 and the News Shopper’ Visitors witnessed a 6-hour aerial spectacular each day, combining the very best of European air show displays and marking the UK debut of the 6-ship all-jet Breitling team from France and the 2Excel Blades team with four Extra 300 aircraft led by former Red Arrows team leader Andy Offer. See latest press release.…

The History Channel Biggin Hill International Air Fair 2006

This year’s show will feature some exciting new items at Biggin Hill. Our theme of Air Transport and Travel will be well represented by the Air Atlantique fleet of passenger aircraft. The whole fleet are rarely seen together and it is a first at Biggin Hill. An Air Power demonstration from the RAF and Army will involve jets, helicopters, transport aircraft and troops, ear plugs recommended. From the world of aerobatics we have gathered the crème de la crème with Will Curtis in his SU26, the Red Bull Matadors and the brand new 2Excel team led by ex Red Arrows leader Andy Offer. The Breitling jet team, now consisting of six L29 aircraft will demonstrate their skills in close formation aerobatics. This is just a taster of our 5½ hour flying display.…