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  1. Amsterdam, England game.

    Agreed, I can' bothered to go into detail about the brutal and corrupt policing I've witnessed in 25 years. Luckily it hasn't deterred me from going.
  2. Amsterdam, England game.

    I stopped reading stories and listening to arrest rates a while ago. Neither have ever depicted anything close to the truth. Indeed arrest rates just indicate how lazy the acting force is. I would say focus on conviction rates but again, sadly, the police force let us down here again has many 'charges' and subsequent confessions are coerced out of fans who simply don't know any better and have been told by the arresting officers, 'Just sign this and you can be out of here by 7 and home by 9'. The irony being that the fans that fall foul of this often have No idea why they are there and aren't actually troublemakers who understand the corrupt policing that exists at football. The last metric, banning orders, is sadly also be coming redundant as they are handed out for ever decreasing incidents of severity. All of the above are printed and reported with glee by the media as the truth is sadly far less interesting for the casual observer. Indeed, is far easier to sleep at night thinking that thuggsh working class hooligans are bravely deterred by the boys in the blue, rather than the fact that the boys in the blue can be, and in certain cases are, worse and more corrupt. That reality is far more worrying.
  3. Panini stickers and Albums

    I've got this Bailey as a swap
  4. Panini stickers and Albums

    4 very excited kids in my house today!!!!! 80p a pack is a far cry from the 12p i was paying in 1986. still, love doing it and i convinced its helped with their number recognition and geography (at least thats how i justify it!)
  5. #makingbristolsad This has made me laugh.
  6. What a pile of shit. 2 mid table teams seeing the season out. I can' believe one of them genuiney had aspirations of promotion only a couple of months ago.
  7. Ha, taking this the piss out of people who care rather than engaging in debate. Enjoy the next 15 years of the project.
  8. Agreed, but given how he runs his other business you'd have thought he would have sorted this one out in the 15 years he has ran it.
  9. It' not, it' a club. It was founded as a club and just needs the support of its members. How it became a business, I have no idea.
  10. How do you think we achieve that average point increase next year?
  11. Whether you protest or not, it is a load of shit form the club mate. i agree the club are bigger than the Landowns and in our life times different chairman will come in and run our club, which means this is arguably a small issue. But the club are shit sometimes.
  12. Agreed, now is the time for the club to invest and make the most of the transfer window, with the manager ensuring that the squad he built over 3 transfer windows has the depth and strength to secure second spot.........wait a minute.
  13. Statement from Jon Lansdown + SC&T reply

    Agreed, best draw on that magic pot of extra money that appears when your child turns 12.
  14. Todays video,Sunderland away 1998

    :laugh:, I probably know you! Did you travel to Crewe in the back of a white van????
  15. Todays video,Sunderland away 1998

    Sadly a real coming of age season for me. One of my most committed as an away follower and saw many things that were probably in their death throws as a fan following football in the 80s/90s. Still loved it all and forged friendships that last toll today because of it. I knew it would be one of those seasons from the moment QPR equalised at lotus road. The mayhem at the Hawthorns and the final result along with Akinbyi missing yet another glorious chance at st andrews on a sunday morning, compounded this feeling. All tied up in a neat little bow at Gresty Road in a dour relegation decider effectively. City fans were far more alert to the final whistle and en masse invaded the pitch in defiance of our plight and console a city team who really should have achieved far more. I even made the back of the western daily next morning, consoling Aaron Brown. Some blinding away days that year.