Nay, and he told me, too, that the squire had maintained him as his own son, thof he had quarrelled with him now."--"And if his name be Jones, he told you the truth," said the barber; "for I have relations who live in that country; nay, and some people say he is his son."--"Why doth he not go by the name of
his father?"--"I can't tell that," said the barber; "many people's sons don't go by the name of
their father."--"Nay," said the landlady, "if I thought he was a gentleman's son, thof he was a bye-blow, I should behave to him in another guess manner; for many of these bye-blows come to be great men, and, as my poor first husband used to say, never affront any customer that's a gentleman."
Apparently, he sent out a text just after the birth that read: "He shall go by the name of
Donovan Rory MacDonald Gallagher and he will be a legend." I don't doubt it.
Luckily I have the answers and they go by the name of
Sunderland (nailed on at 10-11 to beat Everton), Wimbledon (3-1 at Norwich), Bristol City (2-5 v Wrexham), and Bradford (10-3 v Coventry).