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WayOutWest last won the day on October 8 2016

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  1. Drones - Fair Play NHS - Fair play SAS - Fair play Red Arrows - fair play Talking about it every opportunity - boring.... Like finishing 8th and not using all that practical knowledge from the above well trotted out stories to give us success. HE established us as a championship club - fair play.... Let's just leave it there.
  2. Was bloody freezing up there that night.
  3. I do remember that thinking about it. Sure he had something to do with Reading as well.
  4. If your refering to Lewis Haldane, a poster on here actually did. He shall remain nameless (don't think he is around anymore anyway). For good reason.
  5. Northampton away. But it wasn't for that. It was for the Wurzels. Played a pub/nightclub the night before. (sorry can't remember where), the place was packed... ... We started singing city songs and whether Gas were there or not... We owned the place. Brilliant
  6. Did you call me out over SL handling of Dean Holden's appointment? You know the disrespectful gummage head... ... We will always disagree on that (if it was you). But you are absolutely spot on with your comments. Players want to play. They will ultimately do what they are coached/told. If they don't they will sit on the bench. DH has brought in players that can play plan A B and C... older players with nous. This transfer window reminds me of Steve Cotterills. A system. The players. A plan Stevo
  7. Probably is the word. So ball park.
  8. Moron FC need to compare themselves against the likes of Rochdale, Lincoln, Oxford, Crewe, To suggest anyone else is complete nonsense.
  9. I think its a great idea to give Season Ticket holders a code for fixtures selected for sky and therefore will not be broadcast on Robins TV. If only that could be extended to other international countries. DAZN has the broadcast rights for the EFL here in Canada. They often chose not to broadcast our game on their platform. Even though I have paid full price for Robins TV and DAZN, often I have to miss games. Small gripe.
  10. There is something I like about Holden. Maybe it's just me, but he handles himself very well. He looks the part. He has already made 2 very bold decisions and I think he looks a far stronger mentally than LJ. He definately believes in his abilities. If he is true to his word and puts out a side like the way he describes in his first interview, and we play a better brand of football, is that worth an extra season even if it's not "table progression"? Personally I am not worried about the 12 month rolling. I think he will get at least 2 seasons to build upon the foundations laid.
  11. Nahki Wells was a good signing. Not every single transfer has to fit the profile. I would take Benkovic over Moore. So too me that works. Fingers crossed Moore under new management can prove he deserves his spot (did not necessarily agree with his season loan).
  12. The plan is actually working. Scout young talent, coach them into the first team. Sell them on for a profit. We don't have to like it, but it has a track record of success. Said it before, Mark Ashton is Steve Lansdown's insurance policy. He will ensure we buy players that have resell value. No more journeyman players looking for a final pay day. It therefore puts additional pressure on our coaching staff. They have to take this raw talent and over the years, turn them into multiple million pound players. I would say that's extremely difficult. Love him or hate him MA has delivered
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