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  1. I would keep Korey next season as a back up to Walsh, Morrell and hopefully another top midfielder. Great to have his experience in the squad and could also do a good job at right back if needed. I think many of us underestimate Korey, he is a very clever footballer and a lot of his work goes unnoticed.
  2. Just what we need.... In Midfield.
  3. I am looking forward to watching City and giving William Hill money
  4. Fantastic documentary and the best sporting one i have seen. I used to watch the Bulls in the mid 90s and they always seemed a magical team, this program brought it all back. Michael Jordan is the greatest sportsmen ever in my opinion.
  5. Really tricky to pick 10, most Pink Floyd albums need to be considered. My few picks - Pink Floyd - Animals (why hasnt anyone mentioned this one?) Radiohead - In Rainbows Bob Marley - Legend Pink Floyd - The Final Cut Oasis - Definitely Maybe Ocean Colour Scene - Moseley Shoals Tricky - Ununiform Gravediggaz - Six feet deep Prodigy - Experience The Stone Roses - The Stone Roses
  6. The most i have ever laughed listening to Radio Bristol. Think i started listening with 20 mins to go and Rovers were battering Mansfield the whole time, bloody hilarious. The guy who phoned Twentyman saying he had been through two divorces and the Thatcher years just finished me off, in tears with laughter. Is there somewhere i can listen to that again? So many funny things happened that day, all i can say is......thank you Bristol Rovers
  7. I scored half a century in the County Ground Somerset but better than that i once shared a elevator with Jedward
  8. Had me laughing out loud a few times, funny guy that would be great to have a few beers with. I remember him being a decent footballer and was surprised to hear that he drank heavily throughout his career. What he said about being 'welsh' and playing for them is funny.
  9. No i don't think so although i have seen him interviewed a few times about his career and troubles, i will watch it soon for sure. I actually forced myself to watch the Dean Windass one, yes i know i feel bad but it was actually pretty decent and didn't mention that goal much......thank god.
  10. Under the cosh is a podcast with ex footballers, i think it has been mentioned on here because Wilbs is on one and very enjoyable too. I watched the Andy Johnson one last night and straight a way i picked up his Bristolian accent which surprised me, Johnson was a midfielder who played for Norwich, Forest, WBA and Wales. At the end of this podcast he revealed he was a gas head and was desperate to join them towards the end of his career but Lennie Lawrence put a stop to it. It is a really enjoyable podcast and Johnson has some funny stories to tell and most are about drinking, se
  11. Possibly Gerald Lavin (i think) having a tantrum and kicking the ball at our own fans.
  12. He is live on Hawksby and Jacobs Talk Sport this afternoon
  13. Its a great documentary and a great insight to a footballing genius. I have disliked Maradona since i was a young lad in 86 despite his undoubted greatness but this movie actually made me feel a bit sorry for him....crazy life.
  14. Leon Britton ran the show at Ashton Gate a fair few years back, was a masterclass from Swansea and unbelievably we got very lucky to come away with a 2-0 defeat.
  15. Liverpool are a joy to watch, relentless tonight and making a very good Madrid team look bang average. Without doubt Liverpool are one of the best teams i have seen in my years
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