CAMPAIGN DIARY: How England’s ’other’ squad secured victory

The English team triumphed on Monday - and also won the Loose Moose Unofficial World Table Football Cup last week.

The English team triumphed on Monday - and also won the Loose Moose

Unofficial World Table Football Cup last week.



England, represented by nimble-wristed folk from TCS Advertising, fended

off Colombia, alias CDP’s Alex Honnor and Johnathan Lawson, 6-4, in a

nail-biting final.



Thirty-two teams took up the challenge, including one from Campaign, at

Cafe Kick. St Luke’s Dave Buonaguidi, gutted when his team, Chile, took

third place, dramatically announced that he felt like killing

himself.



The team from J. Walter Thompson seemed to have trouble concentrating on

the game, instead spending much of the night grumbling about Campaign’s

Turkey of the Week spot. A look back at recent issues reveals why.



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