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  1. phantom

    All Things County Cricket

    North 1 vs South 4 North 2 vs South 3 South 1 vs North 4 South 2 vs North 3 Reckon we'll be the 2:30pm slot on the Sunday as long as we're one of the home ties, reckon we'll win the group from the run rate
  2. phantom

    Cup draw

    This guy sang in my club a few weeks ago
  3. phantom

    All Things County Cricket

    Don't give up hope yet, we'll score runs here tonight
  4. phantom

    Danny Cipriani

    Must be something in the air in Jersey, a member of the Harlequins backroom team has fallen out of a hotel window
  5. phantom

    Lee Johnson - Time To Go

    Interesting choice of words..... "I WON'T WRITE ANYONE A BLANK CHEQUE" Is that you Mr L?
  6. phantom

    Away fans guide to Ashton Gate

    Thought it was impressive that someone took the time to put this together and forward to an opponent You'll see a familiar name in one of the ground reviews
  7. Two interesting articles, one written after the Plymouth defeat and one written last December, both well written pieces https://www.tifofootball.com/features/bristol-city-then-and-now/ https://www.tifofootball.com/features/lee-johnsons-crazy-year-triumph-disaster-bristol-city/
  8. phantom

    Wilfred Zaha - New deal

    I thought he wanted out a few weeks ago? Shows what money can do
  9. phantom

    R I P 2018 thread ...

    Aretha Franklin has sadly passed away
  10. phantom

    Lee Johnson - Time To Go

    But surely the sales this summer are basically a one off, and mislead the figures somewhat ?
  11. Just reading a statement on the BBC, this isn't going to happen . . . It will be a nothing game with some glorified trophy awarded to the winner
  12. phantom

    Away fans guide to Ashton Gate

    Sorry to keep on, but can only see this one
  13. phantom

    Blackburn, Bolton, Wigan and Preston Away

    Football supporters have been told they must stay away from a Lancashire town centre where travelling fans often visit after a councillor received complaints of ‘intimidating’ behaviour. Fans travelling to watch their team play Bolton, Blackburn, Burnley, Preston and Wigan often visit Chorley town centre on their way to games, but Councillor Danny Gee has told football clubs that supporters are no longer welcome. “Travelling away fans will no longer be welcome in Chorley Town centre for day-time matches due to the wider impact it has on our town centre business,” Gee said in a letter. The letter attracted criticism from football fans, with one Football Supporters Federation caseworker being left “genuinely speechless.” Chorley Council explained in a statement that the letter could have been “better worded” but upheld concerns about supporter behaviour in the town centre. “One of the many reasons they [supporters] call here is that it is more and more difficult for away fans to get into pubs close to the grounds with many not admitting away fans and for certain games alcohol is not served to away fans in the stadium,” said Chorley Council in reference to the local Football League clubs. “That in turn has led to large groups of fans visiting Chorley town centre and on occasions spilling out of pubs on to the streets, drinking and intimidating people in town who are doing their shopping. “If the clubs themselves see fit to stop away fans entering some of their local pubs and don't sell alcohol in the ground why should that perceived problem be passed on to our town centre to deal with?” The Football Supporters Federation caseworker, Amanda Jacks, replied to the statement and called on Chorley to embrace the travelling fans. “All they want to do is have a pint or two, maybe a bit of a sing song and then be on their way having contributed to your local economy,” she wrote. The Council added: "It is a small minority of people that have been spoiling it for others in the past and it is the unruly fans who are causing anti social behaviour that are not welcome." The initial letter made reference to a video of hundreds of Wolves fans celebrating their potential promotion in the town centre. Coaches brought around 200 supporters of the then Championship club to the town where police observed a ‘good-natured’ atmosphere, with the only issue being a broken glass inside a pub.