THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

Ryazan2 October ~ FK Ryazan trace their lineage back to the Russian 5th Grenadiers of the 18th century. The "Five-to-Fours" were thus named because of their distinctive stance (pictured) when called to assemble. Only the "Five-to-Fours" could stand with their sword and scabbard at this particular angle as they had come up with the position themselves in a secret meeting and patented it. A bit like Alan Shearer's goal celebration and Gordon Brown's self-comforting tongue loll. Read more

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