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Rich_s last won the day on January 29 2014

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  1. I don't recall us ever losing to the gas In fairness you can hardly blame him. I can imagine if he'd got caught that we'd be talking about the first beheading at a domestic English game. I can just picture Skeletors head on a spike being paraded around the pitch.
  2. The primary reason we struggled last season but survived was due to chopping and changing the formation. With a consistent formation and team over the last half dozen games we did well. Getting rid of players who on merit are regular starters and going back to the random team selection tactics will see us struggle again next season. It's more than a passing coincidence that our double winning season saw consistent squad and formation week in week out.
  3. I'm amazed by the amount of people who are happy to see him go. The amount of starts he's made this season suggests he's fairly decent when considering our overall squad. I think he could do more at a bigger club due to random and inconsistent formations not because he's a poor player whom we should sell.
  4. I've not seem him around for a long time. Does he still attend AG?
  5. In fairness I don't necessarily agree with but fully accept the right of fans to come out of the shadows and moan when things are not going well . However, Lansdown does have a point in that there's a minority both online and at the ground who are ready to pounce when results aren't working out. Call that having a dig if you will but it's reality
  6. If I've ever been to a game where it was suspected the ref had been given a 'bung' then today was it. In fairness we were not really on our game but the refereeing was the most one-sided that I've ever seen
  7. Was I the only person who thought Dolman for Harry and Steve for Lansdown instead of Redknapp and Cotts? I thought to myself surely Harry is dead. Oh dear. Nurse...
  8. We'll have none of this type of shenanigans after Brexit.
  9. Diggers and a wrecking ball up by the Colston Tower this morning mate. It'll be gone be lunch.
  10. Apologies for being light-hearted and/or laughing but that's helluva rabbit. https://www.theguardian.com/business/2017/apr/26/united-airlines-new-pr-disaster-giant-rabbit-simon-dies-uk-flight
  11. My sentiment exactly. If LJ is SL experiment/project then he can do it with his money not mine. Nothing against LJ at all and hope he succeeds but I just don't think he will.
  12. Interesting article and do think sticking with a manager is the way forward so long as he's the right man to take the club forward which I don't believe LJ is.
  13. In fairness so is my Nan.
  14. Let the players pick the team and tactics.
  15. STH holder are always counted regardless of whether they attend. It's plain to see a lot of empty seats in the stadium and quite a few STH around me have not attended for at least 3 games.