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  1. Rewatched

    Rewatched "on the telly"
  2. Rewatched

    Did anyone see Sergio Aguero ask Fabian Delph what us City fans were singing around 33minutes in?? " Is this a Library, is this a Library. .. It made him chuckle.
  3. Luke Steele

    He grew in confidence as the game went on. He will play a big part as the season goes on.
  4. Joey Bryan is fkucnig quality

    Joe Bryan played well tonight, I thought he looked more comfortable when he returned to his left back role...but that goal was something else and great win for the red's! Bring on a home tie in the next round
  5. If the transfer window had closed this year at the start of the season then Aden Flint would have probably not been affected by the tranfer speculation the club wouldn't have to wrap him in cotton wool and payed his wages in full for 3 weeks without him playing and we would have a squad fully committed to the cause.... I understand that there are pro's and Con's to the argument. I for one am happy that clubs have voted for the transfer window to close at the start of the season. Fans up and down the country pay a lot of money to see the club's best players playing for their respective teams from the start of the season not 6 weeks in (Sanchez at Arsenal) , (Coutinho at Liverpool) hopefully the decision taken will encourage other leagues around Europe to follow suit
  6. Dolman PA - update

  7. Big Screens

    Totally agree, it can't be that hard to do? Can it...?
  8. Big Screens

    No GIFs! Thank christ.. just a quick replay of any goal scored by us..
  9. Big Screens

    We have got two giant screens that are used mainly before the game showing previous game high lights.During the game surely substitute information player bookings etc can be added to the screens, it would help out when you can't hear anything from the PA system!
  10. Deserves a new thread - Dolman PA

    I have a season ticket in the south stand and I think the PA system is worse than last season. We couldn't hear who was coming on for either side last night. I cant understand why the substitute information is not put up on the big screens or bookings half time stats etc
  11. Eliasson

    I don't think it was nieve decision to put an attacking player in Eliasson on, we deserved at least a point if not more from the game and a few players were looking tired at that stage. If Đurić had been fit then he would have been used upfront as well. I thought Johnson shouldn't have criticised Eliasson in his interview afterwards for not tracking back. Johnson made the decision to put him on to be the attacking threat and the lad has only been in the country 3days and playing in the championship. I would have brought Hinds on as well and taken a defender of for the last 5/10 minutes
  12. Favourite player off all time

    For me it was Great to watch Tommy Doherty and Jackie Dziekanowski play - (my generation) both may have lacked a bit of athleticism but Doherty could tackle had a great range of pass in his locker.. while Jackie would increase the attendance by 2k on a match day Jackie Dziekonofski
  13. NFL 2016 season

    How good would it be to watch the superbowl at the sports bar and grill this year? Well you'd like to think it would be open for such an occasion, but I contacted the guys at the grill and they can't open due to late licence rules. I can't help but think that they might be missing out on a decent money spinning night. The NFL has an ever increasing following in the UK and the South West and for the last few years 8 of my friends take in the superbowl at the Cider jar at Gloucester rd. We'd love to watch it on the big screen at the sports bar and grill like quite a few others I'd imagine. ...