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  2. Studio experts on Sky today discussing the recent German results. It's a fact that since the league restarted, home teams don't win so many. One player reckons that without a crowd to boo you, players perform better. Home advantage counts for nothing, it's just the better players on the day.
  3. Did fine for us, did well in fact- but these days, ideally you keep drinking to a minimum- better the condition of body, and fitness, attitude, the more chance of success- and greater success. Especially if skilful like he clearly was. I seem to recall 2nd Championship season scored a stunner v Plymouth. First one back he played to good effect behind the striker- be it Byfield or Trundle- in a 4-4-1-1. Still though, alcohol does and can impair in this day and age, players the higher they go.
  4. Nobody has missed a game for next season yet. I've not had a refund from my holiday that should have departed over a week ago.
  5. I'm in that photo. To help spot me, I'm wearing a Cityshirt.
  6. The day after the Man U game I had my Work Xmas party in Central London. I didn't get home till 1ish as live in Bucks and was on the train in at about 11am. Got to the venue and was in the queue to hand my coat over and a guy 3 people behind me had a city scarf he was taking off. Turned out he had been at the game too and had done a similar trip.
  7. Players (on £20K pw) are more important than fans ( many of whom are furloughed, laid off, or soon to lose their jobs when the economy crashes). Unbelievable arrogance from PNE. I suspect other Championship clubs will follow.
  8. Watching as it is going out so not seeing all of it yet. Brilliant series but there are definitely points where the main characters aren't social distancing...
  9. Going to work as normal, coming home, drinking
  10. Teetotal for 10 weeks as others have done. Working from home so have been using my hour to do some walking every day. Trying to eat healthily but fail miserably at times. Can't match RA75 (well done mate) but lost 11lb ( typo error, wish it was 21) Plenty more to lose for me though. Need to find time for more exercise but not missing a beer at all which is surprising. Miss my drinking buddies more than a beer TBH, might stay off it after lockdown.
  11. http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/52862637 All competitive sport can resume in England from Monday behind closed doors.
  12. Today
  13. The amount of times it was combined with Tommy D winning a ball he had no right to and playing it simple to BT was pretty good too.
  14. I'm definitely conflicted on what I'd do. I think on some level all of us would have the best interests of the club at heart, and would equate that with refusing a refund to keep the money with the club. On the other hand, I see comments in here about 'fair enough taking the refund if it's an airline or bank or fat cat retailer' and I can't help but think that for years now the club has treated us exactly as those companies do - as customers not supporters. It's all well and good for clubs to play on the loyalty of die hard fans now, but what about the years they've been raising prices, overcharging, failing to communicate, putting the feelings and needs of fans to the side, etc? I can't say that sits very well with me.
  15. Now that's a baseless rumour, James!
  16. Shocker of a decision tbh.
  17. During this unprecedented period in our country’s history we sincerely hope that you and your family are keeping safe and we would like to thank you for your continued loyalty and support. We are conscious of the fact that we have not as yet made any statement with regard to any proposal for season card holders due to the increasing likelihood that the balance of the planned home games for season 2019/20 will be played behind closed doors. In the period since the season was halted despite the fact that we have had no income coming into the club we have continued to honour our playing contracts. This is something that we believe to be of utmost importance. We have also begun a period of Covid-19 testing for our players and football staff in preparation for an expected return to playing. This testing is both essential but expensive and the cost is being borne by the club. We are exploring making available to all of our season card holders free TV/Internet streaming access to all of our remaining games both home and away. Our supporters will be aware that season cards already give a significant discount versus the match by match cost of buying tickets and we would sincerely hope that our regular season card supporters will therefore understand that we are not currently in a position to offer refunds for any perceived loss from the current season. We are currently examining all options to thank our loyal season card holders and once we are in a position to confirm a definitive policy we will communicate that to all concerned. Thank you once again for your understanding and support. For all those who have booked match-by-match hospitality for any of the remaining home games in the 2019/20 season, you will be contacted directly by the club’s commercial team early next week.
  18. Yeah, but there's no other player in sight, so obviously he is hated by the entire squad
  19. Yes he's back. Well let's hope we get the player we saw against Derby.
  20. No it says **** all about the situation as it could easily have been an injury, just being dropped from the team for a bad performance, dropped from the team and a falling out, or simply dropped to have an extra couple of weeks getting to match fitness. 2 games is barely anything, and a player not being in the squad for 2 matches is not in any way an indication of a falling out. If it was then fans of clubs up and down the country would be asking if half their squad had fallen out with the manager every other week. Did Diedhiou fall out with LJ after game x? Eliasson after game y? Baker after game z?
  21. Actually you’re wrong. It says that Henriksen was either injured (and I don’t recall any reports of that) or had been dropped. If the latter, very strange that he was not on the bench, unless there’d been a falling out of course... incidentally, many years ago a friend of mine was in an Indian restaurant with a bunch of his mates and their behaviour was, shall we say, not as good as it might have been. This resulted in them getting into a heated argument with the proprietor of the restaurant, an Indian gentleman, who ended the exchange with the immortal line “You think I know **** nothing, but I know **** all”.
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