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About ralphindevon

  • Birthday 27/05/1964

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  1. Fair enough, each to their own. Personally I, and thousands like me, love visiting football grounds and going to a new one always adds to the excitement. Of course I've revisited many grounds, Reading, Swindon, Rovers, Stoke and many others all well over 5 times and will continue to do so in whatever league we're in. I've also seen City play on 68 different grounds and would live to get to 100 one day Seeing City away anywhere is great but surely you can get seeing City at a ground you've never been to before is going to be better than one you've visited before?
  2. 1 it's a Friday and I'm working 2 even if it was a Saturday there's no train back to South Devon after the game, everywhere is a long trip when you live here. 3 I've seen City play at Barnsley, never seen them at Luton
  3. Ah but is that Wetherspoons or a posh pub? If it's Wetherspoons I'll go 4 pints!!
  4. I booked my train weeks ago thinking I'd be first in the queue when they went on sale, by the time I'd heard they'd gone on sale they been sold out for 3 hours. Looking for 1 ticket before I have to explore home end options Willing to pay face value plus 2 pints of cider
  5. I'm sure I paid a tenner a couple of seasons ago, now that was robbery
  6. Eastville, can't remember who plays there but with the sand from the greyhound track blowing in your face, the M32 behind you and a burnt down stand to the left it's an all round memorable experience.
  7. I think GJ made a bit of a thing if it at the time too, which helped jog the memory
  8. Cheers for looking that up, unless you just remembered it. Dunno why that stuck with me, I kind of set that in my mind as a benchmark ever since. Here's to the next 10 matches and 17 points........or more
  9. I'm only going by memory but in our last championship playoff season I'm sure we got 17 points from the first 10 games, then 17 from the next 10 and maybe even 17 from the next 10..............and the manager's name was Johnstone Booking my Wembley hotel now
  10. Gregor's tweet Understand that Saikou Janneh is not too far from returning from injury and that #BristolCity are planning on sending the forward on loan to Torquay United for some game time, with only a non-league move permissible until January. Logical move. #TUFC https://t.co/QGeEQpTCq4
  11. Lots of talk around here, South Devon, and also Gregor McGregor tweeted it
  12. Janneh going to Torquay until at least January by the sounds of it
  13. The support for cricket in Cardiff is one of the lowest in county cricket. Taunton is the countries cricketing hotbed, it would be the first place I'd hold games outside of the big cities. Or at least share it with Bristol. Personally I'd rather visit the dentist, so glad it's not here. The decision is apparently a way of compensating Glamorgan for not having test matches anymore. Money before sense, hope it goes tits up in year one
  14. There's probably 2 or 3000 season ticket holders like myself who would like a ticket but dont have one and that was always going to be the case however they did it. It would have been nice if we all had a level playing field of knowing when we could at least try and get them but I guess the club did it this way to avoid a site crash
  15. Kids today will never know what we had to endure. I can remember a number of occasions being abroad on holiday and tuning in to the BBC world service, they would give the days results out sometime early Saturday evening. However, if you missed it that would mean waiting for an English newspaper which in most places bar southern Spain would be a day late, so the Sunday paper would arrive in Monday morning. The excitement of seeing a newspaper on sale in a shop knowing it had the result of a game played nearly 48 hours ago was huge. Of course it could make or break how much you enjoyed that days holiday
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