Jimmy Glass saves the day...8thMay 1999...94th minute
Scott Dobie sends a header goal-bound
The keeper can only parry the ball, such is the power behind it
The ball comes out towards Jimmy
Jimmy draws his right foot back
He fires the ball into the bottom of the net
He turns and raises his hand in celebration
The heroic knight, Sir Jimmy travelled through the deepest valleys, across the highest mountains and through the unforgiving deserts…from Swindon , to save the villagers of Ye Olde Carlisle from the onslaught of the evil pirates of Plymouth Argylion. Sir Jimmy fought and fought for the villagers of Carlisle but despite his efforts the battle seemed all but doomed. The leader of the pirates, General Lee Philips pierced the brave Sir Jimmy’s armour and all was thought to be lost.
But Sir Jimmy was not prepared to go down without a fight! Sir Jimmy’s right hand man, Captain David Brightwell was taking the war back to the Argylions, and the villagers believed that there was still hope! Sir Jimmy admired the efforts put in by his Captain and he stormed across the vast plains of Brunton Park towards the front line of the battle.
Sir Jimmy was now so…deep, deep, deep into enemy territory. The mood was tense…when suddenly… Sir Jimmy landed the mightiest of blows directly into the heart of the Argylion mother ship! There was a huge explosion of noise as Sir Jimmy reeled away from the ship in triumph! All that was left were the tattered remains of the Argylion armada and a few sick Seadogs. The villagers were overjoyed and the word spread across the land like wild fire. Ye Olde Carlisle was saved.