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  1. Train from Waterloo just after 6 which is £13 return with a railcard (still less than £20 without).
  2. Would this suggest that next season we’re in a strong position?
  3. Does it make a mockery? They’re 22nd, we’re 9th.
  4. And we beat Fulham 2-1 away from home.
  5. This looks like a desperate move by Sheffield Wednesday. Great deal for fans, but surely this is a huge financial gamble by Weds? Also, just how many do they really expect to sell? How many Sheff W fans have £5k sitting around.
  6. Great goal you have to say. Not even sure we did much wrong.
  7. Sleepless night for Johnson you feel... very poor.
  8. The only time this makes sense is if they’re really Liverpool/Man Utd fans but with a soft spot for City because they’re from/living in Bristol. I lived in Liverpool for a bit so have a soft spot for... Tranmere. I don’t know why I do it to myself.
  9. It will be their kids. Actually a half decent chance of causing an upset if we get through.
  10. Robin101


    As a counterpoint, look what happened when Southampton sacked Nigel Adkins and replaced him with Pocchetino (or however it’s spelt!). The whole football world fumed at how ‘disloyal’ they were. Then they stormed up the league. If we as a club are ruthless with moving on loyal/successful players in order to improve, why not do the same with the manager?
  11. As poor as we’ve been, we are still in much better shape than the likes of Luton and Wigan. But anything lower than 12th would be absolutely disastrous with this squad (anything less than 6th disappointing).
  12. Robin101


    I wouldn’t say it’s sad. But it is hair-tearingly frustrating that with millions spent, arguably our best ever squad, and a poor championship this season we look so utterly despondent and boring. It’s never guaranteed, but if a bit of ‘honeymoon’ form came with a new manager now we’d stand a very good chance of making the play-offs this season still. At the moment it just feels stale. I would absolutely thank LJ for what’s he’s achieved here (and despite what some may say, we have progressed since he arrived) but I feel we need a change to kick on. Our policy has been quite ruthless with players (Pack, Pato and so on) and now it might be time to do it with our manager too.
  13. Rather have Watkins in the line-up than O’Dowda personally.
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