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  1. And his older brother George - who was their producer - died just three weeks ago.
  2. Tense, nervous headache, I expect. Take Anadin.
  3. Don't know what to think of Manchester after this decision

    I interviewed him once. He told me there was a "global conspiracy which might be Jewish". His exact words. He's anti-Semitic and a spreader of baseless conspiracy theories. he did tell me he was wrong to have claimed to be the "son of God" however. So that's alright then......
  4. England 2018 World Cup

    Australia have to play Honduras and New Zealand have to play Peru for the final two places.
  5. Holden - Bury Job

    A bury job. Isn't that an undertaker, like Warnock was at one time?
  6. Man with dodgy moustache writing in a blog for a minor webzine based in Britain's dullest town doesn't accept that Reading players have ever dived and clearly hasn't considered the facts in this case. **** him.
  7. Reasonable showing from England, considering the 4 debuts. Faster and more direct than usual, so easier to watch too. And two ex-City for us.
  8. When we beat Manchester ,we are NOT in the Europa tournament

    The hardest of hard Brexits. Towed off the continental shelf....
  9. Average Attendance Thus Far

    Didn't sell enough for Cardiff or Leeds but did for Newcastle. Hmmmmm..... Maybe you're right Pete, or maybe there is a reason that area is kept empty for matches the club thinks are problematical.
  10. IMPORTANT - South Stand Display vs Cardiff

    Thanks for the info. It adds weight to the evidence that this decision was made on-the-hoof without much thought going into it. Easier to stop something outright than give much thought to the implications of what you're doing. BCFC/Bristol Sport/Ashton Gate Stadiums Ltd, you've dropped a clanger here.
  11. Average Attendance Thus Far

    See above. Was open for Newcastle, patently wasn't for Leeds and Cardiff .I'm talking about the side nearest the Atyeo. People were told not to sit there by stewards. Can't be an accident and can't be due to no one wanting to buy tickets there for those games. It's another err on the side of caution decision.
  12. Average Attendance Thus Far

    No one allowed to sit there for Leeds and Cardiff games, I suppose due to a perceived danger things could be hurled onto the charming fans of those clubs.
  13. Average Attendance Thus Far

    The "elf n'safety" only use half of the upper Lansdown rule, doesn't aid our figures.
  14. Engvall's coming home (Merged)

    Reckon we can commission Skinner and Baddiel to write a song about this momentous event?!
  15. IMPORTANT - South Stand Display vs Cardiff

    I'm not one to knock the club's off-pitch management unnecessarily, but it seems to me that the statement Mark Kelly put on here - they aren't necessarily his words, more likely an agreed script - helps no one and resolves nothing. If the decision was not based on the display being a flag if St George, why did the club take it? There's nothing inherently unsafe about a few thousand people holding up bits of cardboard. As S82 members had been in discussions with the club, officials knew the display was not provocative - it was not going to be a huge sign saying **** Off Taffs or a picture of a sheep with a leek up its arse or something! I stand with those who say displaying an English flag - of whatever size - in an English football stadium is not a provocative act. Cardiff had more than one Welsh flag. Not something that incited any argy bargy at all. I'd expect nothing less. I do think the club got it badly wrong here. It isn't the end of the universe, people make judgement calls and occasionally err on the side of caution. However it would have been more constructive if they'd apologised for the misjudgement and possibly set up some clear guidelines covering supporters' displays in future.