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  2. Here's a particular favourite of mine. .. Classic Deep Purple featuring Mr. Coverdale circa 73/74?
  3. Kopped an eyeful there
  4. Stones. They were and still are massive. Still full of energy even now! Legends.
  5. That's what Wally uses to sort out his pennies...
  6. I think you have a point. Frankie was crazy getting sent off, if the fella scores so be it , would still be 11 v 11 . The Flint thing was equally crazy.
  7. As the grandson of a Northern Irish protestant I'm honestly not offended by his tweet. Seems it was made in good humour. Because of his status as a well-known footballer it was of course ill-advised but I think we've got slightly bigger issues to worry about at the moment. No doubt the same people chirping up about this are the same people that voted Brexit which will bring a united Ireland closer to reality, cheers guys
  8. That's great to hear. Said it before (not thinking of any club in particular), football as an industry could do a decent amount here. Time of national emergency, pandemic- we all have a part to play IMO. I see Brighton are giving 1,000 free tickets to NHS workers once this gets going. Bournemouth have joined them with the same. to both. They're hoping clubs will join them with the target of 100,000...interesting to see how many clubs will join that.
  9. I can remember City fans singing Roger Malone is a gashead. Then was surprised to hear on a visit to Eastville with a mate - who supported the opposition - the gas singing a similar song suggesting he was a city fan.
  10. Watching City at home would not achieve that ....
  11. Today
  12. Same here. One of life's pleasures afaic. is a pint of real ale in a pub but I'm really not interested in drinking at home. As soon as the pubs reopen I'll be straight down the Nova Scotia but until that joyous day I'll probably be teetotal.
  13. Wrong track posted. I meant the track entitled TODAY. Far more trippy actually
  14. Seems there is a desire at the HQ to complete the cup matches as there are only a few of them left to play. Perhaps Bitton could see their day in the spotlight (and a lucrative home match) yet.
  15. The one and only John Atyeo holds the record for fastest ever City goal; "Atyeo also created Bristol City history on 16 March 1957 scoring after only nine seconds of the match v Bury which City went on to win 2–0 with Atyeo scoring both goals. This still remains as the fastest ever goal scored in a match by a Bristol City player."
  16. interesting, thanks. And no, 6 in 26 it is! :laugh:
  17. Sorry it's a bit late, I've been a busy busy since full time... Match report from today which I shared with some friends and thought I would share here: Well the first half got off to a ropey start as I entered the field of play with two 50p pieces and an early subsituation was needed for a £1 coin. I admit it was a bad start and very unsettling. I quickly overcame this bad start and made a strong recovery picking up the Norwegian Salmon-Prawns and Fruitnveg on the left hand side. Towards the end of the first half I had to call my mum to see if it was worth bringing on some extra milk but she said it wasn't worth it and to keep formation, as we had milk on the bench. The second half was a strange one as it felt like there were extra players on the field, paticularly down the and middle and on the right, and it was difficult to find space and create any movement. I gave Flash-Wipes a chance at centre forward today, but I had my doubts when I saw Dettoll-Wipes warming up on the touch line, so I reversed my decision and made a substitution. I picked up a silly yellow when I huffed at one of their coaches, I think, and gave him a dirty look, but I thought he deserved it for leaving his technical area and getting too close to me. There was just no need to get in my face like that but anyway, It was heat of the moment. Unfortunately we lacked some basics today like pasta and tinned tomatoes, but the likes of your toilets rolls, your breads, and your nappies all turned up today. At the end of the day, I think it was a strong performance, even though there are a few negatives. I thought there was a strong finish that showed there's still pace even when its needed late on. We've also got a few freezer players who are going to keep training with the fresh ones, and hopefully they'll be ready to use in a couple of months, which we're really excited about. We go again, and I'm looking forward to picking up 3 more bags of shopping next week.
  18. Over my dead body mate and for that we’re gona firm up and chase your lads down Minsk high street. i can’t claim that one, it’s a tweet I copied and pasted!!!
  19. He is a proper nause.Noddy should have a quiet word with him!
  20. It is mine, all mine. Splod can go do one
  21. A random one I remember was Orient away in about 1989/90. There was a slim chance we could have gone up on the day if about six other results had fallen right. I got up there really early as I wanted to make sure I got parked for a quick getaway because I was picking up the (future at the time) Mrs LR from Gatwick afterwards. Strolling around outside I got talking to a couple of coppers who said `How many of your lot do you think will be here today? A couple of hundred?`. When I advised him of the (slim) possibility that we might go up and it would probably be 1000+ he totally panicked and got on his radio telling his bosses that they`d need to send a lot more bobbies down straight away!
  22. I guess the most obvious option M, is the Open University's site Open Edu. https://www.open.edu/openlearn/free-courses . Over 1000 courses available, including several language courses. As they say in Cantonese "say ha k" (you're welcome)
  23. Someone Saved My Life Tonight - Elton John
  24. Quite right. And in this day and age, it should never have gone out in the first place. I hope the police have been alerted.
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