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  1. I've never heard it either and can't think of a worse one. Always associated it with Andy Murray and I expect he thinks it pretty cringey. Perhaps his fans have started to follow us what with all his injuries and not that far from Wimbledon.
  2. Gas Logic=: The size of a club is decided by the ratio between their home and away fans. As their home crowds are pitiful but their away crowds are average that makes them massive.
  3. How big is the sofa 'cos I expect most of us will join you.
  4. Must be a reciprocal thing. I could see the screen from Ibrox today but with no sound and I noticed hardly anybody was sitting, I think they must have been singing stand up if you hate the gas..
  5. That memorable chant continued in the urinals at city away matches for many years after he was sacked.
  6. Anyone remember the 'rebellion style' protests down the gate in days of old?People used to gather outside the director's entrance behind the grandstand shouting abuse. But a bit like otib opinion was often divided so whilst some were shouting sack the board etc they were just as likely to get a right hander from somebody who didn't agree or a soaking of beer thrown at them from the supporters club above.
  7. Obviously knows your otib name.
  8. I may follow a team but I don't feel I could support any other team if you can understand the difference. It is funny because I have been trying to recall how 1982 affected me. I think I just didn't face upto it at the time and didn't realise the severity of it all. It has also made me feel very fortunate to have SL and even more so that his son has been brought up a fan.
  9. I hadn't thought of them doing this with the seats. So next season we might not be able to renew in the back row of the ss. Then all my mates in the row in front will get the emails. The following season they won't be able to renew and so on until in a few years the problem is solved 'cos theres no bugger left.
  10. Quite agree. Sometimes these players need a new challenge, change of environment and somebody believing in them. Ayling was brilliant for us in division one but struggled when we were promoted. Perhaps just needed more time to adjust. He has certainly gone on to do well at Leeds (after gifting us that goal on his first return).
  11. Mumbo Jumbo to me too. But I must admit to looking it up reading this thread and trying to feel not past it. Wish I hadn't bothered, you're not missing much remaining ignorant.
  12. Might have to sign a Might have to sign a good behaviour contract with her or face a future ban.
  13. Don't know about others but I feel very fortunate we didn't have good behaviour bonds, cctv, and such like in the 70's and 80's.
  14. I was surprised on Radio Bristol he said it was the first time he played 90 minutes for over a year. So can only improve the more he plays and fitter he gets.
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