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  2. Club inbred.
  3. Surely people booked them because of the beam back?
  4. I am well excited for it, 2 top level fighters meeting in their prime with a healthy dislike of each other! The question is how much it'll take out of Kell to boil back down to 147. His team will hope they've got Spence before he is good enough to dominate the division, as many people expect him to.
  5. I can see a fair few of the more `vocal` fans in the SS looking to move over there - I know of two for certain who are hoping to - so the remaining tickets may well be snapped up pretty quickly.
  6. I know I've posted before but I ask Brentford about disabled parking but they could not assist me.best place to park folks.with or without blue badge.
  7. The league table simply tells you where your results have placed you in the pecking order at whatever stage of the season. There's nothing mysterious about that. That's what the " league doesn't lie" means. I mean, come on it ain't rocket science... People "in the game" understand that it's the results that shape the season but to achieve consistent results takes a miriad of other factors to achieve. Like the training facilities, the quality of the coaching. The harmony within the squad and even down to the tea lady and what biscuits the club provides...... Ive never been a professional footballer but I don't have to "in the game" to realise how just how many elements go into any football club.
  8. I totally agree. I was talking with my pet hamster yesterday and he said heard from someone ITK that this was absolutely definitely going to happen. Although what I heard was that games wont be played at Ashton Gate. From 2018/2019 all home games will be played on the moon.
  9. Today
  10. Quote of the week!
  11. Only ever been there for a Tracey Thorne book launch, but to be fair , I could hear every word she said
  12. Good old Walsall. In the space of about six weeks their fans got to see us beat them their team twice, score 10 goals in the process and lift two trophies.
  13. In the article, Post is hyperlinked
  14. They moved toChequers sometime after 1898/9 season
  15. Wrong again - never mind , don't worry about the truth eh Strange you can't be arsed to 'trawl' through everything when you seem so sure in what you've said in your long posts laughable
  16. I think most of these topics are a bit mainstream. Can you not go for something a bit more "radical" ?
  17. Gay Bar Electric Six
  18. The problem with the Greek economy has much more to do with the Greek governments own mismanagement of they're own economy. And a world banking system unfit for purpose. To start blaming Germany because they are breaking they're own Eu laws, is quite frankly just shifting the blame. It's not what got Greece into this mess in the first place!
  19. Agree 100%
  20. Take the yellow tablets TFJ and be calm
  21. Decent read @ian38018 One thing to mention the board with all the captains relates to Bristol rugby who ground share with us
  22. R.I.P Keith. Now watching the Addicks from the best seat in the house. Thoughts are with his friends, colleagues and family. Not forgetting the others whom have passed and also whom are fighting for their lives or recovering from severe injuries. They are also in my thoughts.
  23. I stand corrected on the number of trophies he was involved in winning, an absolutely pronominal number (almost 1 per season)!
  24. 'They almost always beat us' - not true. In the historical head to head record it's about equal - England only have overall net losing records against four teams, I believe (Italy, Uruguay, Brazil and Romania). Even relatively recently we've done OK against Germany - since 2000 we've beaten them four times, twice in competitive games (Munich 5-1, and at Euro 2000) and twice in friendlies (Berlin 2008, Berlin 2016). Edit: that said, they always go further than we do in tournaments (with Euro 2000 and Euro 2004 the exceptions) - absolutely no debate there!
  25. Another stick insect perhaps ?
  26. When exactly and with which team?
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