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TRL last won the day on October 2 2014

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  1. Boxing

    :laugh: hamed "your either good at boxing,or your not" never a truer word spoken
  2. Boxing

    Just as well Hamed had killer calfs, it must be the only reason he is still standing. I wonder if he would scare Tyson the same way he "supposedly" scared Gary Mason back in the day
  3. Boxing

    I can't believe Eubank has got to nearly 29, with all the people around him,and still looks like a bang average amateur when he steps up in class, he should be coming into to his prime,he still looks like a newbie at this level. Gobshite who doesn't have the the talent that his dad had in his little toe.
  4. Boxing

    Nassem Hamed should make a comeback judging on his performance, just like a weeble he won't fall down!
  5. Marlons welcome for Lois

    I remember how the great bants killed Jason Lee's career. How it affected him massively. Bad enough when opposition fans are doing it worse still when your own fans do it.
  6. Famara Diedhiou & Bobby Reid

    Yep that's pretty much how I like to see the game played. I hate watching miserable sods kicking a ball about, not celebrating when they score. Give me the Matty Hill and Farama Diedhiou's of this world every single time.
  7. Famara Diedhiou & Bobby Reid

    What I like most about the team and famara's integration, is you so often hear foreign players do not fit into the British cliques in the changing room. Much to his credit not only has Famera improved his english no end, his team mates seem to genuinely love the bloke. The team really did enjoy the celebrations with him. It must only help his game that he has been accepted into the team as one of the lads. I believe because of this we are only going to see him get better as he is able to take his game forward without pressure. On a personal note I love the way he plays the game with a beaming smile on his face... reminds me of Matt Hill, possibly my favourite player
  8. Cold water, shocking PA

    First world problems eh
  9. Racism at football

    My opinion not that it matters a jot. If you disagree with racism then report it, don't complain about it to your peers. What does complaining about it to your peers achieve? If you truly feel so upset and angry report it. If the club or police do nothing, well at least you can feel you have tried to do something. Get your camera out on your phone (if you have one) film it, hand it over to the authorities, job done evidence collected and you don't even have to confront the people doing it.
  10. Players coming back, Gary O' Neil

    I had that thought, purely for game management, but i'd be loathed to have one of our other midfield players missing out on the match day squad to accommodate him, they should be kept hungry,not held back for the likes of GON. Just my opinion of course
  11. Players coming back, Gary O' Neil

    Last year we were not even close to playing the high tempo game we are playing now, I really don't think he could live with it, best part of a year out, I expect still more niggly injuries to come and in his mid thirties, I just see his inclusion as slowing down a midfield that is now required to run, harrass, win the ball back within 6 seconds lay off quickly, its just not his game, he would have probably been okay 8 years ago,not now,and not for the way this team plays. Happy to be proved wrong though, just can see him being upto it for 60 minutes let alone 90
  12. Players coming back, Gary O' Neil

    no, I don't think he can play the pressing high temp game we are playing now. He may be useful off the bench for a bit of game management if we have got a decent lead, apart from that, I don't see a place for him, especially with other midfielders he will be blocking from getting on the bench or god forbid the starting 11
  13. Loïs Diony - Confirmed Loan Agreed

    I initially thought that, until after many minutes of finger pointing and shouting he kind of woke up to the defensive efforts of his colleagues
  14. Loïs Diony - Confirmed Loan Agreed

    looked very bright and aware when the ball was around him. I think he will cause defenders plenty of problems.... but I'd imagine LJ was doing his nut in with his jogging approach to closing down, when the rest of the team were busting a gut he was appearing to be making an effort, but not really. I think he must have got a rollicking from the sidelines as the last few minutes he certainly up his work rate in chasing back. Early days, looks promising, needs to play our game, not his game and up the work rate if hes going to work out here. He is gonna need a few weeks here until he gets used to "The Press" that we play, I hope he is up for it, if he is he could prove to be a very good acquisition (based on first impressions)
  15. Pivotal moments

    Magnússon, well done lad, learned from your mistake against Man City and banged the ball clear when required, he came on and from that point, with the change in formation I never felt worried about conceding, he played a big part in a well drilled defence today Anyone else reckon Magnússon plays better when the class of opponent is higher? I noticed it against Man United and Man City (mistake aside), he looked much better than when up against what could be perceived as lower class opposition