From what we are led to believe, Henry is entirely reliant on other people to get him to and from games and training. That's all well and good if Kings Lynn have someone who is (a) domiciled in Birmingham, (b) guaranteed to keep playing for Kings Lynn, and (c) happy to act as Henry's taxi service.
Failing that we have looked into Henry's options using public transport.
On Saturdays, by train, Henry will have a cosy 7-hours roundtrip with a cheery hour-long stop over in Ely. Hope Henry is on a good screw, because a return ticket would cost over 60 notes.
A cheaper option would be make the journey by coach. The good news is that it costs half as much as the train. The bad news is that he would need to catch the coach on Friday afternoon, and spend 6 hours getting to Kings Lynn on Friday night. Get a room. Play Saturday afternoon. There's good news for the return journey in as much as it's an hour shorter. There's more bad news however as this bus doesn't leave until Sunday morning, meaning a second overnight in Kings Lynn. All told, a pretty tiring 48 hour door-to-door outing. Phew!
Who knows, the next time he comes knocking on Ritchie's door, no-one might answer.....
|Henry Eze presents Ken Samuel with the Poppies Award for Loyalty.|
The one award Henry himself is unlikely to ever win.