The jacket was reunited with its owner last night behind Block 14, and is now settling back into its daily routine.
It's meteoric rise to stardom has led to a lunch time opening of a new underground station, named in honour of the jacket. Whilst the press could not get close enough to see the jacket itself, its legacy will live on.
After the opening of the station it was off to Abbey Road to record a new theme song for the Panthers.
The jacket hopes that the euphoria has died down by Saturday in the hope that it can go to the NIC without being papped.
[center][i]"It was left to league player of the year Mark Smith to keep the Devils in it. But with the shouting of "Rasto, Rasto" from the Panthers fans ringing round the arena, the former Slovakian international goalie duly obliged his adoring fans to break Cardiff's hearts."[/i][/center]
I want to live in Anorak City. Although several of my mates tell me I already do....
The confusion of the possessive "its" (no apostrophe) with the contractive "it's" (with apostrophe) is an unequivocal signal of illiteracy and sets off a simple Pavlovian "kill" response in the average stickler. "Eats, shoots and leaves" - Lynne Truss