Razzi Writes #82

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ello everyone, I hope you remember me, my name is Erasmus or Razzi for short. I have always written on the Jammy Toast Blog and now Auntie Andreaa has said I can write on her blog. Most of you will know me but just in case you are new around here, let me introduce myself. I am a Renault teddy bear. I used to live with a family in Holland until the little girl who used to look after me grew too big for teddy bears and I was put up for sale on ebay. That is where Davidd found me and bought me for 99p. I came over to England and moved in with Davidd and the rest of his teddy bears. There are hundreds of us. Renault bears used to live in the wild in the mountains of France but then the Renault Car Company captured us and gave us away as marketing gimmicks with their cars. That is how we began to be known as Renault bears. I suppose it all ended okay in the end, because most of us live happily with Davidd at the Teddy Bear Retirement Home.

Erasmus ‘Razzi’ Bear

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ello again everyone. Seeing as we have restarted Jammy Toast, I thought I would pop along and say hello, even though I am pretty sure most of you will know me already. Just in case you are new to these parts, I thought I better introduce myself because I am a very polite bear. My name is Erasmus Bear, or ‘Razzi’ for short, and I was rescued from Holland where I was no longer wanted by my former little friend. So many years ago, Davidd brought me over to join his menagerie. Everyone seemed to grow to love me straight away because I am not a good bear like most of the others – I can be quite naughty. I am what Davidd calls a ‘playbear’ – that’s like a playboy but in bear form just in case you couldn’t work that out. As you can see from the picture above, I am very fond of some ‘girlie’ celebrities which seems to make me even more of a naughty bear in some people’s eyes – needless to say, David Beckham was in America when that photo was taken.

Rovers Appoint New Manager

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ranmere Rovers have appointed former assistant manager Mike Jackson as their new manager following the departure of Micky Mellon. The 46-year-old, whose only previous experience as a manager was at Shrewsbury Town, replaces Micky after he joined Dundee United earlier this month. Jackson played for Rovers between 2004 and 2006 following an initial loan spell from Preston North End two years earlier. He then joined Micky Mellon as assistant manager in 2016 from Shrewsbury alongside Mellon.

Tranmere Rovers Relegated

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n the pitch, Tranmere have had an injury-blighted season resulting in them being down in the relegation places of League One only twelve months after they had been promoted from League Two. If you have most of your first team out with injuries then any team is going to suffer. Then Tranmere started turning things around. They started winning again and won the last three matches just before the season came tumbling down because of the Coronavirus. They were still in the relegation zone though by three points but with a game in hand. Now, this week, it has been decided to abandon the season and select promotion and relegation on a Points Per Game (PPG) average. This means that Tranmere are relegated by 0.04 of a point.

Memories Of Better Days

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ranmere Rovers are having a dreadful season. The club that we Jammy Toast Bears support are in danger of relegation to the Second Division having been promoted twice during the two previous seasons. This is a hard, painful turnaround in our fortunes. There is still time to climb to safety but we are leaving it late – as Tranmere supporters are only too ready to acknowledge; we never make it easy on ourselves. Fingers crossed that we start winning some matches and save ourselves but while I have been sitting and hoping this happens, I have been remembering better days. Days when Rovers nearly made it into the top flight of English football for the first time in our history. The late 1980s and 1990s was a wonderful time to be alive if you were a Tranmere supporter…

Tranmere Rovers Need Your Help

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s you all know here at Jammy Toast we are keen Tranmere Rovers fans. We have followed them since the great days of Johnny King and even the two season consecutive promotions we have enjoyed during the last two years. Unfortunately, we are now in trouble. So far we have only won five games this season, drawn six and lost twelve. This leaves the club firmly rooted in the relegation zone of Division One and even a win today – unless it is by seven goals – will not lift the team out of trouble. Following two consecutive promotions we didn’t really expect to set the league alight but we were hoping for a solid mid-table finish. So we are asking for your help.

George’s Sports Report #23

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i everyone, Happy New Year and I hope you had a fabulous festive season. I am pleased to announce that I will be staying on at Jammy Toast and will not be transferred over to the Renault Bears website – they couldn’t afford the transfer fee. Back to football; Tranmere lost ground in the promotion race on Tuesday after failing to make their superiority pay in a 1-1 draw at Macclesfield. The first half was dominated by Tranmere who will be kicking themselves at only scoring once and conceding nine minutes later from Macclesfield’s first real attack.