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Rudolf Hucker

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  1. Happy 50th Birthday

    Thank you but it's not my birthday.
  2. Am I Being Annoyed For No Reason?

    For goodness sake don't let the 15ers find out we've got a horseshoe concourse - they'll think we've got a horse.
  3. New Crest

    My preference.
  4. If Junior Bent and Luke Freeman had a love child....

    I can't ever remember seeing a player take an inswinging corner with his right foot then, crossing over to the other side of the pitch, take an inswinging corner with his left. It's a tremendous ability however presently, I'm a little underwhelmed by him tbh. I don't think that the supposed penalties which we have to pay if he doesn't play does him any favour, nor particularly endears him to our fan base. A team should always be selected based solely upon merit in my view. Oh, and for the gentleman sat a couple rows behind me last night, when RK gave the ball away on one occasion, if you actually shouted "Useless Kent" you were probably correct. If I misheard you, then you were being extremely unfair and you should better control your language.
  5. Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    As they say: two's company; 8500 is a crowd. A small crowd.
  6. Can’t believe Tomlin didn’t go to Scotland

    Doing what Tomlin does best - performs well when on loan to secure a lucrative summer permanent move after creating a clamour from adoring fans followed by a season of abject underperformance and disruption - and so the cycle begins again. I hope that Forest don't buy him because I'd really prefer him to continue to bleed Cardiff dry, in salary terms but if they do buy him, happy days. Forest and Tomlin deserve each other.
  7. Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    I've certainly installed my sprinkler.
  8. Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    I'm ashamed but I have to admit to something that I have in common both with Wally and Bristol Rovers Football Club ... I've never built a stand.
  9. Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    You gentlemen are extremely generous. Are these same offers open to other nice guys? Just asking for a friend.
  10. Don't sack Lee Johnson

    I think that the OP's username indicates that he's a methane snorter. In their parlance "I'm no shit". I would have worked it out but these things take time.
  11. Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    "People keep on saying we don't have a plan B or C, but we do have a plan B, C, D and E. We all know that we need new facilities and we are working hard behind the scenes to achieve that, it's going to take time." Well that's a surprise.
  12. OTIB get together - 5 a side tournament?

  13. OTIB get together - 5 a side tournament?

    I'll check my diary again
  14. More VAR fun

    The application of Hawkeye technology in tennis is restricted to a limited number of appeals by a player in each set. It is never instigated by the umpire. It's application in cricket is similar however the umpires can and too frequently, do request reviews of anything from a fair catch to the award of a boundary.. This has had the effect of preventing umpires from making decisions in real time in case they are subsequently proved to have made a wrong call. How often does an umpire give a run out or a stumping without review? They have abdicated to technology their responsibility and skill in decision making. Personally, I prefer the sometimes flawed decision making of a Dickie Bird rather than the sterile approach taken by today's umpires whose skill is limited to drawing in the air an imaginary rectangle. I don't want VAR in football. It won't improve the spectacle just remove the controversy - and the game thrives on controversy. Leeds supporters wouldn't agree but I prefer my sport to contain the potential for controversy such as introduced by referee Ray Tinkler in their 1971 match vs WBA. I've remembered the match for well over 40 years because of his decision that day. Had VAR been around back then, I'd have no reason to recall it. Goal line technology is a step forward for the sport. VAR is not.
  15. OTIB get together - 5 a side tournament?

    Sadly, I've just found out that I'm busy that day.