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  1. Thing is, it shouldn't be left to us and Middlesbrough to make a stand about this, because then it will just look like sour grapes. Really, all 21 other clubs ought to be hammering on the EFL's door - even those who aren't competing for playoff places are still getting screwed over.
  2. Forgot to add the 'by train' bit...
  3. Yup. Don't know about Bristol but from where I am in Oxford it is literally impossible to get there on the day in time for kick off. Cheers Sky.
  4. Is it the case then that different clubs have different financial years on which they base their accounts? Given we're all operating in the same system and under the same restrictions, transfer windows, regulations etc, I struggle to see why that should be the case? Wouldn't it make more sense to have the date of the opening of the summer transfer window as the transition point to the next season, and have all clubs within our league system be required to file their accounts for each year up to that point? That way you wouldn't have the potential issue with backdated transfers as registrations wouldn't come into place and contracts wouldn't be made official until after then. And I'm no financial expert by any means but I don't see why that would be a difficult thing to enforce. Just have it as a basic requirement for a 'company' to be registered with the league they must file their accounts by a certain point, up to a certain point.
  5. It is a worry that we haven't looked anywhere near as solid at the back the last couple of months. I mean, we've played some good teams in that time and been more potent ourselves, but it will be tough to make the playoffs if we keep conceding 2 goals every game
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    O'Leary

    Not without dodgy moments, but more than made up for it! A couple of his blinders came after he should've done better with the initial effort, palming it back out into the danger area, and he was rather hesitant to come off his line still; but he kept us in the game 2nd half, and some of those saves were absolute worldies. The one before the break - it was right in front of us and I'm still not sure how he kept it out!
  7. Came over to the away end to show his respects after the game, top class. Shout out to Albert as well, gave us a clap and ran over to give his shirt to a young kid in the front, what a man Not sure what El-Mohammeday has against us though, that was a bit bizarre
  8. Weimann and Baker returning to Villa as well, a lot of goals in this game for sure!
  9. Not announced yet but hard to see it not being Us v Derby and Villa v Leeds as the 2 that weekend. Question is just who gets which slot
  10. Best mate's a Coventry fan - made that extra sweet for me! We'd made an agreement beforehand for the winner not to give the loser too much shit, too much at stake. Then seconds after they take the lead I get a gloating text...so when Bolasie sends that scuffer into the bottom corner I let loose with both barrels
  11. Bournemouth I think might see him as a good fit if Howe left for whatever reason, but no signs of that happening any time soon n
  12. Wigan (H) - W West Brom (H) - L Aston Villa (A) - W Reading (H) - D Sheff Wed (A) - D Derby (H) - W Millwall (A) - L Hull (A) - W 75 points. Jobs a good'un.
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    Away Form

    Last 10 away games: W7 D2 L1 F16 A9 Pts 23 Visited 6 of the current top 10 in that span.
  14. Going by the radio, a really good call to choose Korey to replace Weimann. Sounded a lot less open in the 2nd half
  15. Cancelled out now - 6 pts at Bramall Lane and the Riverside more than makes up for it. We're back on track, lads!
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