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  1. And me, though I came very close to it
  2. Quality strike by Podolski.
  3. They care about Holland far more. Henning Wehn compared the German fans attitude to the game to the attitude a Man Utd fan might have towards a game against West Brom in the League Cup 2nd round- of course I realise there is likely exaggeration for the comedy purpose. The impression I've got from the few Germans I know is it's acknowledged that we see it as a rivalry.
  4. Fixed. Its a very one way "rivalry"
  5. That's right, '92. 11 years later they had got from the Southern League Midlands division to what is now League 1!
  6. While I agree with what you're saying, I understand the award to be for the person who has done the most with regards to the community, not just being given for doing it. It's something the PFA brought in themselves, so not sure if clubs really have a say in actually having the award.
  7. a bit like this then Though here Verratti touches it with his foot before doing the header, so this may have come under the "you cannot manipulate" rule that prevents a player flicking the ball up to header it.
  8. There's a few non-league clubs that have merged together. Outside England wasn't PSG formed from a merge between 2 clubs, circa the 70s? In England (but a long time ago) Torquay United and Ellacombe merged to form Torquay Town, Torquay Town then merged with Babbacombe to form Torquay United 11 years later. Not the most recent, but an odd one.
  9. The Rougier brothers
  10. Realistic list, and I'd potentially add a right midfielder to replace Cotterill.
  11. A combination I'd like to see tested in pre season and perhaps a few cup games next season. Think they could/would work well together.
  12. Korey Smith is primarily a midfielder, but has had experience at Right Back during his time at Norwich (during which I believe they were promoted) and Oldham, that we have been forced (to an extent) to play at that position because of injuries.
  13. So could a goalkeeper not just throw the ball to a defender who heads it back as a time wasting method?
  14. Tammy for both, or Tammy and Magnusson
  15. Signed and will share on my Twitter once I can access my iPad