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  1. Hmmm. I don't think it's fair to accuse our generous benefactor of cutting corners in any department. You may not like some of his decisions, but they are not made because they are the cheap option. If you believe this to be true, I think your interpretation of the situation and subsequent comments should be viewed as 'alternative facts'. Are you this forums version of POTUS? If so, how about the next time you change your name Griff you consider Donald Scrump?
  2. Don't forget the KFC £5.99 bucket, Mrs Zombie is getting spoiled this year...
  3. If they are accusing us of foul play, I would suggest it is a smokescreen. They are trying to divert the inbrebs attention away from their latest behind the scenes issues. They have a lot more to worry about than MTs agent knowing Lee, I'm fairly sure MTs agent had the opportunity to leak MTs release clause to more than just our club, not that I'm suggesting any agent would act in such an unscrupulous manner. The diversion will probably work, much like MT signing for us made a few of ours forget our league position/poor run. Be prepared for more animosity and BS from the idiots, who will point the finger at LJ and SL, but won't think to question the guys who having been feeding them rubbish for the last few seasons.
  4. Senator Palpatine, from Naboo, then the Supreme Chancellor.
  5. http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-57236866.html# Not sure whether I should envy this chump in Barnsley being able to buy a 2 bed terrace for £30K, or whether I should pity him, £30K wasn't even enough to buy a mid rank garage around the corner from me. We all know all areas have good and bad parts, saying that though, the cheapest parts of Bristol are more expensive than the priciest parts of Barnsley. Does that mean generally Bristol is a generally a better, more desirable place to live? The numbers would seem to say it is. Anyway, I sort of don't blame him for not visiting now, sometimes it can be depressing to see how the other half live. We all know Lee had no hesitation in 'upping sticks' and returning to civilisation, he may not have the option Lee did. You can doubt the zoopla figure and produce some which disprove what we all know. Or you can crack on with installing an indoor toilet, apparently it can add thousands to home, think of all the 'Barnsley Chops', takeaways and whippet food you can buy with that. Btw OTIB'ers, I know I maybe sounding snobby, but this lad has come here to wind us up, me thinks the little troll deserves a taste of his own medicine and a reality check.
  6. 'When we've got areas like St Paul's In Barnsley with tribes running around killing each other I'll start to worry pal.' For a start, not sure you have pals here. Secondly you should dream of having areas like St Paul's, unfortunately not many Barnsley fans would ever be able to afford them, it is not some gangland, unless you are particularly scared of the bearded 'tribe' known as hipsters, not sure if you have them oop north. The current average value in Barnsley in December 2016 is £134,570. This has increased 3.24% from September 2016. Terraced properties sold for a current average value of £92,913 and semi-detached properties valued £120,744. In the past year property prices in Barnsley have increased 3.15%. This is according to the current Zoopla estimates. The current average value in St. Pauls in December 2016 is £214,839. This has increased 3.38% from September 2016. Terraced properties sold for a current average value of £253,398 and semi-detached properties valued £168,166. In the past year property prices in St. Pauls have increased 7.95%. This is according to the current Zoopla estimates. Enjoy taking your whippet for a walk around beautiful Barnsley, making sure you take in the bookies and takeaways obviously. None of the people I know in St Paul's are actively seeking a move to Barnsley and some of them even wear flat caps.
  7. Sorry, not quite au fait with quoting ☺️
  8. I'll take that as a massive compliment mate...both books are excellent reads. And indeed help any football fan understand football better. Any other recommendations Spudski? If you don't mind.
  9. Great name for a centre half. He shares half of it with my all time favourite City centre half, the other half with England's greatest ever centre half, if not greatest player. With a name like that he already has my hopes up that he could be something very special!
  10. Kane went out on loan to 4 different clubs, averaging 1 in 4, before going back to Spurs and banging in a at a very impressive rate and being adored by the fans. Just saying, who knows next season we could be singing "he's one of our own..."
  11. Will Grigg is dire? Trouble is, it may motivate him to score and we could look a bit silly...
  12. Thanks WRERE, I've already put my stake on over 2.5, going to try betting under 2.5 after kick off and see what happens.
  13. T&Cs state: Where any term of the offer or promotion is breached or there is any evidence of a series of bets placed by a customer or group of customers, which due to a deposit bonus, enhanced payments, free bets, risk free bets or any other promotional offer results in guaranteed customer profits irrespective of the outcome, whether individually or as part of a group, bet365 reserves the right to reclaim the bonus element of such offers and in their absolute discretion either settle bets at the correct odds, void the free and risk free bets or void any bet funded by the deposit bonus. In addition bet365 reserve the right to levy an administration charge on the customer up to the value of the deposit bonus, free bet, risk free bet or additional payment to cover administrative costs. We further reserve the right to ask any customer to provide sufficient documentation for us to be satisfied in our absolute discretion as to the customer's identity prior to us crediting any bonus, free bet, risk free bet or offer to their account. Does this apply to what KingLear/RedNec have suggested? Bit of a betting novice, do have a 365 account though, like the idea of guaranteed £40 profit.