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View from the Dolman

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  1. Nope, I just have an education. Mitosis is (or certainly was) covered at GCSE level.
  2. Yes, they are.
  3. Blimey. Football can now be explained by mitotic cell division.
  4. No.
  5. The current average 18,976 multiplied by the 22 home games so far - 417,472. 19,000 multiplied by 23 home games - 437,000.
  6. No. A 20k average would require a total of 460,000 across the season. Taking away the current total of 417,472 means we require 42,528. Alas, we are not Bristol Rovers.
  7. How so? If we've amassed an average of 18,976 from 22 games (i.e. a total of 417,472), that means we need a total of 437,000 for the season to average 19,000. That means an attendance of 19,528 versus Brum would push us to a 19k average.
  8. Scott Murray on Twitter can be very helpful.
  9. It's Bristol 24/7. I wouldn't expect too much!
  10. Villa closed the Trinity Road upper tier for the season and re-opened it when needed for the huge clash with Burton Albion on Boxing Day. http://www.birminghammail.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/aston-villa-re-open-trinity-12298544
  11. He should probably focus on this season... 41.7 Where any new registration or transfer of a Players is received by The League after 5pm on the fourth Thursday in March in each Season, that Player will not be eligible to play in any match organised by The League in that Season, except as permitted in Regulation 55 (Emergency Goalkeeper Loan). http://www.efl.com/global/section6.aspx
  12. Paul Groves left us some time ago. It was announced March 2016: http://www.bcfc.co.uk/news/article/club-statement-3019637.aspx and he was replaced a couple of days later: http://www.bcfc.co.uk/news/article/probert-appointed-academy-manager-3023498.aspx
  13. The events are designated by statutory instruments. The 2005 designations were: 1. Association football matches in which one or both of the participating teams represents a club which is for the time being a member (whether a full or associate member) of the Football League, the Football Association Premier League, the Football Conference National Division, the Scottish Football League or Welsh Premier League, or represents a country or territory. 2. Association football matches in competition for the Football Association Cup (other than in a preliminary or qualifying round). http://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2005/3204/schedule/2/made There have been a couple of amendments since to update a reference to the Scottish Professional Football League. I certainly can't find any reference to FAWSL matches and this looks to have been confirmed by @Mkelly.
  14. It applies to a "public service vehicle" which "is being used for the principal purpose of carrying passengers for the whole or part of a journey to or from a designated sporting event." The only such designated sporting events are football matches. In the event of a hired minibus carrying you and your mates only, I think this is fine. But if you have a driver paid for the role, this appears to cross the boundary since the vehicle is being operated by a PSV (with the relevant licensing requirements being applied). It also includes trains where they are "being used for the principal purpose of carrying passengers for the whole or part of a journey to or from a designated sporting event." So a football special would have alcohol prohibited but a trip from Bristol to Birmingham on a train that is running routinely from Penzance to Aberdeen is not restricted. DISCLAIMER (I'm taking no chances!): I'm not a lawyer, so please don't consider this to be formal legal advice. If in doubt, please seek professional legal advice. etc