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  1. Good win for Glos, wrapped it up in less than an hour.
  2. Here we go! https://www.wccc.co.uk/match-centre/#m0b83d7b7-d893-41c2-b1ba-be3d0534999a
  3. I think all of us Glos fans have a feeling that this won't be a walk in the park!
  4. Just saw him bowl Finch on the live stream on the Worcs. web site! (can't see a stream on the Glos site).
  5. Let's hope he's not needed in the run chase!!
  6. He is a genuine all rounder (totally crap at everything). With no wickets and conceding a bucketful of runs, his total of 3 runs at an average of 1.5 means his batting is slightly better than his bowling. I do not know if he had any commitments (so not sure if this would have been possible), but surely they could have kept AJ Tye for a few weeks of red ball cricket. Or actually any one of us would have done better! Not to mention what were they thinking about signing a player who has been suspended due to homophobic abuse!
  7. I only saw about half of the game, and missed both goals live, but what I witnessed (mainly in the 2nd half) was of such low quality, that it was an embarrassment as an advert for Championship football! Yes, we have all seen the odd stinker of a game at this level, but for 2 teams that many fancied as potentially being right up there as promotion/play off candidates (which may well happen as the season is young and there is plenty of time for improvement) that was appalling!
  8. Anyone else go to their gig at Ashton Gate in 2006? Thought they were pretty good then, and it sort of ticked a box as they were a band I loved in the 60s and early 70s, but had somehow missed seeing them live (I know they played the Bristol Hippodrome in the 70s but couldn't get tickets). Who's Next is a classic album that has stood the test of time, Tommy was ground breaking but perhaps overcooked with the film etc, and The Who Sell Out, with all the Radio London jingles is dated, but still has a lot of quality songs. Would I pay good money to see them live now in an Arena? Not for me, but they are one of those bands that will sell the tickets!
  9. Good point re NM, but the article did specify signings of this decade, ie since 2010. Without looking it up, I am pretty sure that he signed in 2008/9 after the play off final season. Basically the players signed since GJ left, in March (?) 2010.
  10. Slightly surprised not to see an honourable mention for Stefan Moranovic . Actually thought it was a decent read, obviously these things will produce a good debate. I cannot see how Marlon can be placed 2nd and no Luke Ayling in the top 20, but that is the nature of such lists. I remember how we were all thinking the signing of David James would make us serious contenders and it all went pear shaped with Coppell leaving and seasons of struggle. Maybe that was one of the most significant signings in as much as it showed SL how not to go about achieving success, and we eventually changed the philosophy around. It also brought back good memories of the likes of Albert, JET, etc.
  11. Now 0-94 off 16, no maidens. Payne and Higgins have bowled a combined 15 maidens from 40 overs, plus Payne has taken 3 wickets! However, as we all know, OTIB is not a place where players are written off after one poor start.
  12. Mid order collapse followed by a bit of a recovery, but disappointing but, as Sir Geoffrey Boycott once said, "you don't know how good a score is on any pitch until both sides have batted"! Unless, of course, one side outplays the other!
  13. Didn't realise until they were talking about it on the Sky Ashes broadcast today, Abdul Qadir, brilliant spinner for Pakistan mainly during the 80s, died of a heart attack on Friday. Up there with the likes of Warne and Murali as one best spinners ever. Only 63. RIP.
  14. Just saw this on my facebook feed, looks like they have sold over 75% which if the Somerset game is anything to go by is 6,000 out of 8,000. So gradually getting the tickets shifted, not forgetting there will be a large contingent of Gas walking down Muller Road. They are probably not used to the process of purchasing tickets for a sporting occassion in advance, so could be hundreds locked out on the night! 75% of Quarter-Final tickets sold 75% of tickets have already been sold for the highly anticipated Vitality Blast Quarter-Final between Glos and Derbyshire on Saturday 7th September. Be part of the action on Saturday night!! Don't miss out, book now
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