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Champion Dung Spreader

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  1. I've never seen a set of flags come down so fast after a goal - got to admire the passion p.s. if you're too young to understand the title google kwik fit advert on youtube
  2. Just seen on the tv - big crowds in Brighton and London chanting "Johnson out!" - what business is it of theirs? He's doing ok
  3. BCFC dart flights s***? Sacrilege. I loved the 80s: football training / darts matches mid week and playing footy / watching City at the weekends. I had hardly any money and only purchased essentials - remember receiving my first wage packet and delightfully going to the shop, where I decadently bought City darts flights. I was really proud to use them in my local - where they were admired. The items described as s*** would not have appeared as such to many people back in the day. Conspicuous consumption was less common in the 80s - different times. Loved my flights so much that I've still got them.
  4. I forgot (believe first time ever) City were playing Crystal Palace as have been watching Le Tour - bet Bernal to win GC @ 40/1 (before Froome got injured). What a great Tour - the most exciting for many years - so many riders in contention. IMO cycling is the only sport to watch now over the Summer (since cricket is rarely on terrestrial TV). Football starts now - all other sport "c'est fini" - COYR!
  5. Great video of Kalas on the roof. Rovers attempt to emulate us by showcasing their latest signing is pitiful:
  6. As they approach negative equity, they will continue to flounder near the bottom of league 1 and will struggle to find a plaice if they have to sell the minimal. I think the fish market is a load of old pollocks.
  7. Yes, workers of the world unite, you have nothing to lose but your chains ... or in this case, your championship status
  8. Private sector strike action is not uncommon, so I'm not sure why the OP wrote OMG. The PFA union is supporting the Bolton strikers and I hope the strikers get their wages paid in full. Also, I hope that all younger Bolton players will show solidarity and refuse to play the remaining games. Private sector unions have been growing in recent years with the rise of zero hours contracts, insecure jobs and worsening pension arrangements. So I think we'll see a lot more of this.
  9. Yes, we could riposte every criticism with smart logic, e.g. if opposing fans sing "you're s*** and you know you are" when one of our team does a Bas Savage, we could sing "Secundum quid, secundum quid, secundum quid ..." to the tune of here we go. (p.s. for those of you not versed in formal logic, secundum quid = the fallacy of the hasty generalization)
  10. The song choruses were displayed on the advertising boards at the Wigan game. I fail to see how Robbo Red could have missed this. He probably thought that the Famara song was an estate agent advert for houses in Knowle, the Kacey song was advertising a swingers club and the Adam Webster song was promoting maternity products.
  11. In your "Dreams", they have been our "Salvation" (Da Silva "Promises" so much)
  12. The Cranberries and hopefully Kalas, O'Dowda & Da Silva will "linger"
  13. I don't see why you're so surprised, the police have always punished different classes of society very differently. For example, after the riots in 2011 sentences were very harsh, e.g. a 23-year-old man was sentenced to six months in prison for stealing £3.50 worth of water. What happened to the really majors criminals, the bankers, whose crimes have caused massive damage to the cohesion of society and social unrest? Were they locked up? No, they mostly got away scot free or had their wrists slapped (maybe their knighthood removed) and banks were bailed out with public money.
  14. I told my wife (who knows little about football) that Rovers had brought on 3 subs at the same time. She said "are they asking for volunteers from the crowd?" - they may well be I replied.
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