It wasn't that long ago that if Colin Nixon had been spotted sitting in a dugout in east Belfast, with a beaming smile on his chops and holding a green scarf over his head, you'd have been forgiven for thinking the conquering hero had returned home.
In July 2000, I was Sports Editor of the Ballymoney and Moyle Times and, like thousands of other motorcycling fans across the globe, was stunned by the tragic news of Joey Dunlop's death in Estonia.
I have to say that of all the words - and there seems to have been several million of them - in the arguments and counter-arguments that brought about the embarrassing end to the Irish League season, I hadn't banked on a few from George Orwell.
Those of us who have been spending an ever-increasing amount of time on social media of late could not have failed to come across a never-ending array of things to wile away a few idle moments of lockdown.
I have some good and bad news for Carrick Rangers boss Niall Currie. As I left him lapping up an excellent win over Ballymena United at a windswept and interesting Warden Street, I revealed my revolutionary plan to, err, revolutionise the game.
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