It is a shame that there's no controversy. I'd like to write: 'This is the blog that dared to tell it like it is'. But I can't.
Off in a few days to South Africa to watch the Africa Cup of Nations. Will have to do lots of work while I'm out there.
But since that is the reason for being sent, it would be churlish not to chip in.
Once ago I wrote blogs for the radio station website. While I had fun composing them, the editor of the website was less enthusiastic. And since he's the head honcho, he calls the shots.
Since that kind of rebuff, I've taken to writing in a more limited form. "Five things we learned from yesterday"; and I've gone on to recount the highs and lows of the previous day's football action.
This has got lots of hits. And that's what it's all about.
I'm hoping that my month away in the South African sun will also help my football. Of late it hasn't been brilliant.
Worst thing was playing five a side game a couple of weeks back and injuring a calf muscle. During my absence the team won. Played yesterday and the team lost.
Perhaps in the interests of team progress, it is best to be away for a month. When I return perhaps the boys will be soaring at the top of the table and I can help them descend to mid-table obscurity.
Last season there was more than a flirtation with relegation to division 3. That was avoided thanks to a iconic 7-2 victory in Bagneux on the southern outskirts of Paris.
I dragged the entire family to that one. They were all piled into the hire car and I played while the rest of them went off for coffee and cakes.
And then off we went to the Loire.
This season's league form has ensured that there shouldn't be any repetition of last season's travails.
There probably won't be any danger at all until I start playing again.