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  1. Back in the 70’s and early 80’s, the FA Cup final was the highlight of the footballing calendar. As said above it was similar to a lockdown. The TV would start at 9am with a number of shows including “it’s a knockout” it was a fantastic occasion, but now sadly ruined with kick offs at 5pm. The FA cup has been totally de valued by clubs playing second string sides, Man Utd pulling out of the competition.
  2. Same here as well. Mexico 70 was fantastic especially watching Brazil. What a team they were. Full of talent.
  3. I met him at the gate back in the 80’s and asked him what he was doing watching knowing he was a Man City supporter. His response “my doctor told me to keep away from football hence why I’m here” priceless. RIP Eddie.
  4. In Scott’s case “An Irn Bru with...”
  5. Are you on a contract with Sky?
  6. Absolutely agree, this was a wonderful read, beautifully written. Once again, Scott Murray steps in and this man is more than a legend in my eyes. What he does for the community is unbelievable, I would really love him to receive an award for all that he does.
  7. On their current form, it should be automatic.
  8. That will be a ground I will miss going to
  9. Reading on the BBC website Wayne Warren picked up a winners cheque for £23,000 with Jim Williams who was runner only pocketed £10,000. Compare that to what Peter Wright picked up £500,000. Even Fallon Sherrock picked up £25,000. Sad times for the BDO.
  10. That was our first team out there tonight. Utterly pathetic. Something is seriously wrong and needs to be sorted.
  11. And they ended up ŵinning 3-0, which makes the journey well worth while.
  12. Superbly written, and agree with everything you’ve said.I have only followed the club for just over 40 years, been a season ticket holder for 20 of those years. This season I thought we would be in the top 6 come the end, and the start of the season was looking good, but since the Huddersfield games, the team have completely derailed. I was so disappointed with the home performances against both Millwall and Blackburn. Brentford came as no shock, but yesterday was another new low. Shrewsbury can count themselves very unlucky not to have won that game as in my eyes that is what they deserved. I’m now in the camp of a change is needed if we are to get back to winning ways. We have two games coming up against Wigan and Barnsley, which on paper we should be picking up at least 4 points, but on current form I am fearing it may be only one.
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