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About ralphindevon

  • Birthday 27/05/1964

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    Teignmouth, Devon

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  1. Hope I’m wrong but I can’t see Palmer ever being a regular 90 minute player. A huge talent at times but not sure we’ll see him play too many 90 minutes on the trot HNM should be fine when as you say he gets some minutes under his belt - and moves into his twenties
  2. Some nice problems to have. I’d love to see Massengo get a good run in the role he played today. He was suffering under LJ, getting more and more defensive, barely a pass forward which isn’t what he’s about. He’s got that magic eye for a through ball to strikers and that will only get better. From what I’ve seen in training and on one occasion today he has a great shot and will certainly score goals given a chance. That’s not to say I’m not keen on the others, we’ve actually got the makings of a pretty good team...........if all fit!
  3. Agree, that Swansea game was a great atmosphere. When people were moaning after because we gave them too many tickets I was of the opposite opinion, the more the merrier and the better the atmosphere and the better we play.
  4. I just wrote the same thing but was doubting my memory as I wrote it. Im glad you confirmed it. I was thinking maybe I’d seen one at a London game but certainly that’s the first that comes to mind
  5. That 1990 game was one of those special away days. As soon as we arrived we could sense it was going to be a memorable, a real edgy atmosphere. I think this was the game that Mark Gavin came to the party, unplayable and certainly won the city fans over after an indifferent spell up to then. Bob Taylor was on fire and that was the day I knew we’d go up. Getting back to the car was hard work with Brum fans in a right mood and looking for trouble. It was one of the first times I’d seen a police helicopter at a city game. Got to the car to find it wouldn’t start, called the AA and when h
  6. We might have pretty footballers in South Devon but we can't match those baguettes
  7. A Newton Abbot girl, seen her walking her dog on Teignmouth beach a couple times and I can confirm she’s one of our ‘fitter’ players
  8. Well played Taylor Moore and Bents during that Pompey spell of play
  9. I had a feeling once Pompey were in a good spell and had the confidence to attack us a bit more, we would be the ones to nick a goal.
  10. When are we going to get a good free kick taker? Used to have loads
  11. He was the non league Peter Crouch of his time.
  12. I’ve got a funny story about Queens rd, maybe your grandparents house. One day the successful Somerset cricket club came down to Minehead to play a friendly game for charity. Led by the useful Ian Botham the cricketers had some good footballers. Also at the game as a spectator was a mate of Beefy’s, a certain Bob Willis. As you can imagine Beefy wanted to be at the centre of everything and when the cricketers won a free kick on the edge of the penalty box there was only one person who was going to take it. Anyway, almost predictably he blasted it high over the bar....over the
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