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  1. I got Dasilva info from @RedM's injury list post. Says injured in training. But tbf, I have no idea. Could easily be both (ie knocked in Leeds game and compounded it in training). We probably won't ever know.
  2. No probs @Tipps69. I of course meant home debut
  3. The curse of the training ground injury strikes again... So, and correct me if I'm wrong, but that's Afobe and Dasilva that became crocked at Failand whilst Kalas and Nagy were during games, Korey was already comfy in his sick bed since last year and I'm unsure where Niki, Janneh and Bailey sustained their injuries. Not to forget that young Matthew Taylor also became injured just a few days into his Oxford loan... So is this all just a coincidence? Just an unlucky string of injuries that came one after the other? If we discount Korey and Niki because they did theirs about a million years ago, it's still a fair few taking up space in the sick bay. All from different positions too. Strikers, defenders and midfielders and 1 GK... so no similarity there. So is there something else concurrent with all these lads? Yes. Fitness, conditioning and physiotherapists... Andy Rolls (what a name for a physio!) and Andrew Proctor both joined at the tail end of the 2018 season after the departure of long time physio Steve Allen and just at the end of this season, development coach Rhys Carr left. He has yet to be replaced from what I can gather... So is this the problem? Is the training too punishing for the City lads? Or is the training not sufficient enough? Are the warm ups/downs actually helping? Are the physios and coaches taking an active role in training to ensure it works for all without fatigue/strain/overwork? From the varied ages, positions of play and injuries we've seen, it seems more than a case of bad luck. Hopefully, with Afobe being the final straw, the tide will turn. Fingers crossed. A prayer to the Football Gods wouldn't go amiss either. Might pop a floater in a sacrificial ceremony to appease them. On to today... The OB @JulieH say they aren't going to go in heavy handed today but will still be a visible presence. After last times shenanigans at AG, we don't need any off pitch nonsense that will give the rozzers cause to start shouting "bubble match". Second placed Swansea have little to "mumble" about (visiting and lurking Jacks - see what I did? ) and are likely to have pretty much a full squad, bar Kalulu, to choose from. We have the home advantage. We also have Ashley Williams likely making his debut today at some stage. A veteran of Swansea, he could rattle a few heads when he steps on to the pitch. The classic 2-1 loss for me I'm betting though a 1-1 is possible, especially if we throw a spanner in their workings early enough. COYRs!
  4. I can't remember who, what, when etc so this is me winging it... Def: Hunt (sub Moore) Midf: Brownhill (sub COD) Striker: Fam (sub Weimann) Captain Brownhill and VC Fam
  5. You jest but you are not far from the truth. Let's just say, when I'm having a coffee in Sainsbury's Winterstoke Rd and let one rip, I always blame the poor soul that I sit with. Indeed. Lord @havanatopia of OTIB has been contacted this season and is still unavailable for selection. Kinda like Korey. He will return. As for myself, I'll be back next match unless another wishes to "take the baton" as eloquently put by Noggers. Slide into my DMs if you dare.
  6. Not at all. I welcome new people and have done so in the past.
  7. Easy tiger, it's a saturday morning and I like to sleep longer than my usual 7am wake up call of "MUM! CAN YOU GET ME A DRINK???" FYI, I normally do a thread between 10am and 11am so seeing as you've already began, I'll go back to bed and politely ask a mod to add Match Day 7 to the subject. @RedM @Dollymarie @WesM @phantom
  8. Curious how you know there is nothing wrong with your dog's bowels when you openly say you look the other way? I mean your dog is shitting solid gold bars and you're missing out on a fortune old chap. Please check your Danny's turds regularly because he's informed me via pet telepathy that he's dropping his guts outside old Mrs Steele's because she's on a jolly in Barbados at the moment. He has plans for Mr Spencer's gate across the road. Mr Spencer is Tory AF and doesn't need the few bob.
  9. @Threshing Red hope he re-appears. Have you sprinkled some of his litter tray (if he has one) or vacuum contents in your garden, near to where he would have left from? Also, you could try hanging some unwashed bedding/clothing on the line as it will have your scent and can draw him back. If chipped, please notify the chip company that he is missing. If he's taken to a vet, it will be flagged already when the vet checks. If he hasn't had "the chop", he could be out looking for ladies, kinda like @Rudolf Hucker. Also, expand the letterbox drop to places near to sightings and surrounding streets near to home that you've not yet covered. Finally, please phone the local vets (Highcroft, Avon Lodge, The Vet Hengrove, PDSA, Vets4Pets, Rowes, Zetland Road, Golden Valley, Viking Vets etc). Most importantly, please phone Bristol ARC (Dogs home) and actually go down to check because many times they'll say no we haven't had any fitting the description but actually they have the animal. Edit: Just saw his post on one of the FB pages. I would also suggest contacting Whitehouse Kennels and Holly Hedge because straying cats are often dropped there. If he does have a chip, it may have failed/move around the body so please don't rely on a call.
  10. I'm unsure if this is sarcasm or a compliment so I'll take it as a compliment :D Love you Noggers x
  11. Quite the week. Quite the sodding week. Poor old Bury were shafted by both their owner and the EFL. Talk about a kick in the teeth. They can choose to launch legal action regarding the EFL decision but have been told the EFL won't change their mind. Saint Basso (always believe) even tried to save them but it wasn't to be. Some things I want to know can be summed up in a letter sent to the EFL from Bury, published by BBC Sport... The club have since sent a letter to the EFL setting out a list of questions - seen by BBC Sport - including: Why a late £7m bid from Brazilian multi-millionaire pastor Gustavo Benedito, which emerged on Tuesday afternoon, was not accepted. Benedito is a close friend of Bury's goalkeeping coach Adriano Basso. Why the EFL said that a bid from an Italian consortium had not been received when the club insist it had. Why the offer from C&N Sporting Risk was the only one accepted by the EFL and the only one granted an extension. Why is it proportionate to consider dropping Bury five leagues - the club want the EFL to consider dropping them down to League Two instead. Why owner Steve Dale passed the fit and proper person test. Why the EFL refused to meet with representatives of Bury on Friday. Quite. Especially when you see the absolute shit show that was Bury owner Steve Dale in a radio interview. How on earth did that man pass a test? It's like Santa's sadistic twin isn't it? So that's why I think both Steve Dale and the EFL are complicit in Bury's demise. Steve Dale doesn't seem to give a toss and I highly doubt anyone on the EFL board is losing any sleep but it shows a precedent. One wrong 'un can slip through the net. The EFL need to tighten their own policies. Luckily for Bolton, they've escaped the same. Ken Anderson (probably the smarmiest man in football - totally has a face you could slap shit out of) continued to cause issues right up to the signing of paperwork. Quelle surprise. Another wrong 'un that slid through the process. He really doesn't give a flying **** does he? Like the Cheshire cat, he conducted all interviews with that wide grin. He knew full well what he was getting into and he knew full well what would happen. The man is just plain awful. Still, Bolton fans are getting their last little pieces of revenge. Ken and his son own a restaurant and Bolton fans have been... slightly negative... when reviewing it... If you click on the tweet and delve into the replies, there are more examples. Whilst it's childish behaviour and petty, I can understand it. This man was paying himself £500k per annum out of Bolton's coffers, whilst still looking at any way to squeeze the cash. Bolton fans are rightly disgusted and upset. But they survived. Bolton will live on. Bury won't. Hopefully, like the Phoenix rising, they'll do a Wimbledon or Clydebank and be back in a few years. Time will tell. Basso always believes. On to today. Jonathan Woodgate hasn't had the best start to his time as manager. Picking up the pieces after Hurricane Tiny Penis is a pretty difficult thing anyway. 1 win (against Wigan) in 5 for Boro with draws against Millwall and Luton and losses against Blackburn and Brentford, new manager bounce hasn't really kicked in yet. Perhaps it won't. 1-1 draw or a 2-1 win for us if we're lucky and we dig in. Weimann and/or Afobe to score. COYRS!
  12. Yes. I have been. Trying to remember whom I've selected or not was a nightmare! Lolz. Defender: Baker (sub Moore) Midfielder: Massengo (sub Palmer) Striker: Afobe (sub Weimann) Captain Baker and Vice Capt Afobe please.
  13. Defender - Kalas (Williams sub) Midfield - Eliasson (O'Dowda sub) Striker - Afobe (Weimann sub) Captain - Kalas. Vice Capt - Afobe Edit: Think I've used the strikers twice but seeing as we only have Weimann, Afobe, Fam and Antoine (Janneh is out), I kinda have no choice
  14. In that case, can I change to a best of MF chip? Think we might take a hiding tomorrow.
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