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Port Said Red

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  1. Ah! Now I understand why Wael of Fortune thought the council would back his fruit market plans, they think alike. Even more so on the A369 where you are still confronted by cyclists struggling up hills despite the cycle lane added on the verges. If the situation was reversed, there would be uproar from cyclists.
  2. Looking at that age range, all before MA, LJ and the current recruitment policy were in place then? Also I wonder how many of them would have been written off on here before they eventually reached their potential, 3 or 4 years after we had signed them?
  3. Also, in the Leeds game, Wells’ control of his pass would have been the subject of much ridicule if their roles had been reversed.
  4. Or indeed where would they have sourced their Jeff folding chairs for men?
  5. Just to return to this, I have only just got around to the highlights from last weekend and noticed the great through ball that Fam played to Wells. He did a couple of those against Derby as well. Who would have thought him capable of that until recently? Another example of how his game has expanded.
  6. We could do it by ummmm, talking to each other at the ground? Radical I know.
  7. It will be budgets. They have set amounts allocated to these projects each year, and if they don’t use it the lose it. Additionally the government are likely to reduce the budget the following year, as they obviously don’t need it!
  8. This bit interests me "Mr Neale said supporters wanted the new ground "to be in a central location... within walking distance of transport links and local attractions"." I have to go to Peterborough 6-10 times a year with work, I have yet to find a "centre" or any "attractions". Regarding the fruit market, it was actually 3rd August 2019 that he said this............. " Mr Al-Qadi said: "We have identified one site, along with others, we are very interested in. We have options but one of the sites is the site at the fruit market - we are very interested in that site." In the same interview he confirmed the club are still "hoping" to have the new stadium built within the next two years. He said: "Two years to go from now that is still hopefully our aim and our target." .......So, we approaching the 7 month anniversary of that fateful statement, with no land purchased, no infrastructure mooted by BCC, no movement from the current owners of the site, "hopeful" is not the word I would use.
  9. The worst was when he was moaning when we were 3-1 up against Rotherham about 30 seconds from promotion!
  10. I was going to add that you would probably remember who I am referring to. I always remember that it was my daughter that came closest to actually strangling the guy.
  11. If you work in a payroll related role like I do, you can add a third “last year” for extra confusion, anything prior to April 5th.
  12. I suppose I would at least find out where the seat I bought actually is. I have no idea currently, I just picked an area I liked and stood there. There's a good group around me that I have come to know too, surely one of the great things about going to football. In the old terrace days, if you didn't like the opinions of the people around you, you found another area to stand, The one thing I hated about my time in a "set seat" particularly during the Atyeo period was being stuck behind someone who would drive me mad most games.
  13. The amount of effort required to enforce it would be beyond the stewards I believe, if fans just decide to stand where they like and everyone plays along, they would be none the wiser.
  14. I stand where I like in S82 now, why will that change?
  15. It’s a while since I posted that, but it looks like I meant last season.
  16. Precisely. I always said that in the 1979 F A Cup final that Arsenal beat Manchester Utd 3-2, that Liam Brady on got on the ball 3 times......
  17. Imagine if we had a player like that now, I can just see the posts on here. "liability when we are defending", "doesn't ever track back" and my personal favourite which was used about JET "All he does is score goals".
  18. Maybe? I am sure they have many other things on their minds right now. Hell of a family resemblance there by the way. Condolences to the family.
  19. I was looking for something "Swedish themed" for Eliasson and this is what I found.
  20. @bert tann keeps dropping hints that there is something brewing, but his posts are so cryptic and obscure I have become convinced he is a question setter on "Only Connect", and that he can introduce me to the rather fruity Victoria Coren-Mitchell .
  21. I do love the idea that some kit designer finishes his design thinking, well there’s a kit that surely everyone will love.
  22. Whenever I have watched Homes Under the Hammer, they show 99% successful purchases and turn rounds. The AQs would make a good example of that 1% they show to highlight the potential pitfalls of the property business.
  23. I think a WBA win over a draw would suit us. I think they are nailed for one of the 2 automatic places, so any damage they can do to our rivals would be useful.
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