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phantom last won the day on November 21 2017

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  1. Millwall tickets (Merged)

    That was that really hot day a few season back at the end of the season? There were complaints made after that game and the policing has changed there since
  2. Nz v England

    Not only that - having four bowlers of the same style May aswell left Jack Leach back in Taunton
  3. Nz v England

    That is the real shame about the current set up
  4. Nz v England

    Hopefully at the organised functions over the coming weeks the players will look after those that travelled out there
  5. Nz v England

    Thank goodness they are bringing in new selectors but then they have the same talent to choose from The England Lions just got thumped by the WIndies 3rd team in a test series and the U19's came FIFTH in the recent World Cup - the future looks bleak especially with the increased funding around
  6. Why isn’t there a Bristol City app?

    That's a whattsapp group
  7. Why isn’t there a Bristol City app?

    Many years ago I used to do the updates at WSM FC, there was a great incident when WSM were playing at Newport IOW, whilst I was doing the match report the team doing the warm down decided it was funny to pepper me with footballs - I got hit by one, shouted back an expletive, which unknowingly was broadcast. A slapped wrist later and the update was done..... As for the original question @AdamB would be the best to update on this?
  8. Cash out on Bobby???

  9. Cash out on Bobby???

    Keep going - If you were offered the same bet from scratch with only 8 games to play we'd all be jumping on those odds
  10. frustrating!!

    He's had a deal on the table for a long time already, there is clearly a reason for why he is yet to sign it? Agent in his ear chirping about how he becomes even "more" sellable once he is in the final year of his contract - and the player really does then have the power to demand more
  11. Opinions appreciated.

    My "friend" has this rash that he is a bit scared of . . . .
  12. Millwall tickets (Merged)

    Nothing in the ground, they are all huff and puff now - living on long ago reputations still
  13. Nz v England

    Darren Gough called this on the radio earlier in the evening on the radio. he said England are a shambles at this ground and NZ would win by at least an innings You hear about football clubs repaying supporters when there are rubbish performances, time for the ECB to dip into those coffers !
  14. You just reminded me of what Hull City tried
  15. Song sheets and continental-style 'cheerleaders' with megaphones are among the ideas being discussed in an effort to improve the atmosphere at Manchester United's home games. Manager Jose Mourinho has previously said that Old Trafford is too quiet. The club were asked at a recent fans' forum if song sheets could be distributed at the turnstiles. United said they would look into the idea, although it is highly unlikely to be implemented. Megaphones? Instruments? Fans' groups are apparently looking into whether it would be possible to replicate the atmosphere at grounds in countries such as Germany and Italy, where crowd involvement is 'conducted' by supporters with megaphones, backed by other fans with instruments. United did introduce a singing section in the north-east corner of the ground but it has not made a significant improvement. Both the club and fans' groups felt the situation was far better on Saturday, when the singing section was moved to the south-east corner of the stadium for the FA Cup quarter-final with Brighton. However, this is the area normally reserved for away supporters and it is felt moving that section for league games is impractical given the number of season ticket holders in other parts of the ground.