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  1. I think you’re spot on. He had a poor game tonight and on Saturday when is passing/crossing was awful. Goal against Cardiff was great but he is not consistent enough.
  2. hollydog


    Killing the game. Over 3 minutes at Goodison just now to ratify the on field decision. I thought football was meant to be entertainment!
  3. hollydog


    And effective at defending corners. Three conceded from corners since he was suspended.
  4. You can’t actually blame the Council regarding this as no planning application has yet been submitted. As a previous poster notes, these type of development projects take a long time.
  5. In which case the system is wrong. With 20,000 people in the ground there will inevitably be many issues/incidents like this which whilst not necessarily qualifying as a “medical emergency” need to be addressed sensibly.
  6. I watched the whole exchange from my half time burger eating position and I see similar every game. The sheer rudeness of (most of) the stewards is bad enough but the lack of common sense is even worse.
  7. Well said my neighbour in the South Stand. I was listening to Radio Devon on Saturday and thinking how crap it was compared with Radio Bristol.(And I agree with you on Gordon - top bloke; knows his football and good taste in music). As somebody who has lived elsewhere in country I think Radio Bristol’s football coverage is excellent and Geoff is top quality!!
  8. Am at Tavistock v Shepton Mallet. 3-1 to the away side at the break. Quality pasty just consumed.
  9. Yes very much so. I remember WBA in 1979(?) looking contenders until they lost at the Gate on an April (?) evening.
  10. Certainly Warnock’s interview was more entertaining!
  11. Wow! Didn’t really have an opinion about SP tonight but on the face of that interview I’m regretting the fiver I put on Fulham to go up! Can’t imagine the training sessions are overly cerebral; glad we have LJ!!
  12. Hard to beat Germany. There are cheap flights to Cologne and Düsseldorf and either makes a good base with several clubs easily accessible on local trains including Dortmund, Schalke, Fortuna Düsseldorf, Bayer Leverkusen, Borussia Monchengladbach and FC Koln. The German National Football Museum in Dortmund is also well worth a visit. Due to TV, games are spread across the weekend; with my son we got to see 3 games in 4 games. On a non match day try and get to Wuppertal and ride the Schwebebahn (suspension railway) - not to be missed!
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