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richwwtk

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  1. Not entirely sure jumping down his throat publicly was the best way to deal with that? Maybe pointing out the racist remark (made by a non native English speaker) and letting him see the error of his ways would be more positive?
  2. You've met me Dave, you know I'm not clever!
  3. four defenders, Smith and Massengo with Elliasson, Watkins and Wiemann all behind Diedhiou
  4. Not many 'celebrity' deaths bother me in the slightest but Rush, and Neil Peart in particular, were a huge part of my life growing up. Neil to this day remains one of the people in this world I admire above others. #1 on my dream dinner party list every single time. RIP
  5. Did somebody disagree with you?
  6. When I was in the Family section of the Lansdown last season, I always thought there were a lot of empty seats in the South Stand considering I couldn't get four STs in a row there. I think people either buy there not expecting to make every match, or people buy kids tickets as well and then rarely/never take them.
  7. But have very similar league placings and success over the past few seasons.
  8. Crowd size doesn't really matter that much from a budget point of view. We make approx £6-7 million a season out of ticket sales, these days that's nowhere near the majority of our budget. All of the teams you mention would comfortably get 15K in the Championship (capacity permitting) making the difference in income from ticket sales irrelevant in the grand scheme of things. You are also in danger of sounding like a fewer when calling other Championship sides 'tiny' in comparison to us. Preston in particular have a history we can only dream of. And yes, we should be trying to emulate clubs such as Palace, Burnley and Watford and that is exactly where we are moving towards, season on season.
  9. In what way? Similar sustainable models agreed, but their results and league positions are, by and large, similar to ours as well. We're doing no worse than either of them.
  10. The 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz are Wi-Fi bands, not the Broadband speeds. I presume you were provided with a new router that only has the 5Ghz band switched on by default, whilst your kit works on 2.4Ghz. You would need to log into the router (browse to 192.168.1.1 most probably) and enable the 2.4Ghz Wi-Fi band in the setup there somewhere. Unfortunately I have no experience of the Sky routers so can't be any more specific I'm afraid.
  11. True enough, which would maybe explain why Szmodics was on the bench instead of Palmer, but I would still think Palmer would have made the greater difference Saturday. He would have struggled to make less.
  12. Anyone know why Palmer wasn't on the bench Saturday? That was a game that was crying out for a player like him to come on.
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