Wee Willie MacSavage a veteran of the shipyard strike in Glasgow 1971, the miners strikes of both 1974 and 1984 has been brought into the club to bolster the catering squad at Glanford Park.
Club chairman Ernest Pawn described Wee Willie as ‘a utility team player who can fulfill several roles in each of the catering points.’
Club chief scout and head of recruitment Ash Worn-Sphincter, said
“we were ahead of all the other League 2 clubs only Stainforth Dog track matched our terms, but they only have one canteen.”
Thorne based Wee Willie who is 65 admitted the fact he may be moving to Eastoft in the near future as a major influence on his decision.
Local media guru Bax Mell admitted that the Pawn family had at last produced a signing which would prove a talking point for years to come.
Wee Willie was injured in training at catering point 3, it has been alleged. Apparently he dropped some hot onions on his hand and banged his head on the underside of the counter when cleaning them up.
Bax Mell was dispatched to Thorne on behalf of the Grimsby Telewag as the Digital Content reporter was busy moving from Year 7 at Tollbar Academy upto year 8.
Bax was met at the gate by Mrs Hetty MacSavage sweeping the doorstep and cobbles. She refused to let Bax in to see Wee Willie and would not deny or confirm the injury.
She did however let on that Wee Willie preferred the nickname of ‘Tosh’.
Leanne Mayonnaise CEO refused to comment on any individual employee, but stated for the record.
“The club chairman has a certain track record on signings. This will not be the first or last old Tosh to be signed.”