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  1. Referee last night

    Also, even if they do flag to signal a foul, it'll just be a wave of the flag - they are specifically advised to not put the flag across their chest.
  2. Highlights up

    Just about enough... https://www.bcfc.co.uk/news/video-famara-diédhiou-post-wolves-away/ Seems endearingly chirpy during his "just about enough English" interview. He's on his way to being my next Kieran Agard...
  3. Flint (Merged)

    No assists though. Have always said we needed more creativity from our CBs.
  4. Exiles can watch every City game next season (Merged)

    First time using it for me this evening, and I agree that needs sorting. Think they said they're working on/looking to introduce an app, so hopefully that'll do it. However, for the time being, there is a (slightly fiddly and by no means ideal) work around, but it may only work on iOS devices: After hitting play in the browser, go back to the home screen and drag up the control centre from the bottom. Tap play there - on the media tab - and it should start again while allowing you to use other apps etc. Again, this was on an iPad and using Chrome, so not 100% sure it'll necessarily work on Android or other browsers, but I imagine there's a similar function. It is a tad fiddly, especially as you've got to do it again after using the browser to look at anything else, but it's better than nothing. Ideally the app will be released in due course and this'll be redundant information, but hope it helps in the meantime!
  5. Q and A tonight

    If he's anything like my sponge, he won't even learn to kick a ball 5 yards. Bloody lying media.
  6. £10 ticket deal

    I believe that's just the Derby match - can't see it mentioned on the ticket page for any of the others. Imagine they may do it again later in the season (or something similar) but it doesn't seem to be every/any match.
  7. Smoke

    Good job it doesn't say "life ban" then...
  8. Cauley Woodrow (Merged)

    Quotes from a Fulham mate: "Useless" ... "Makes no sense" ... "He's rubbish, did little at a shit Burton side" ... "Can't get in our team & we have no strikers" ... "Not Championship quality" ... "He should be good, he tries, but can't finish for shit" ... "He's 22, but for 4 years he's not got better" ... He was also convinced they'd win the playoffs last season, has regularly told Andy Murray to retire, & loves Roy Hodgson, so... I'd say he's just jealous.
  9. The Chants Thread (merged)

    While I get this point - and I do, sometimes there can be chants suggested that clearly have been thought of whilst sat on the sofa at home, and thus naturally lack a bit of the energy/crowd mentality (which isn't to say they're bad, just in need of development/adjustment) - I also think there's a bit more to it than that. First of all, I'm not sure any chants started entirely "spontaneously" with a whole block of people just magically starting the same song at the same time. It will have required at least one person to have thought about it beforehand, at least a little bit, and more than likely involved that person mentioning it to their friends in advance, so that a decent sized group started it during a match which led to others hearing, enjoying, and then joining in with it. For those people, it was spontaneous, admittedly, but that wasn't the genesis of it. Secondly, it assumes that someone posting a chant on a forum is doing so independently of sharing it with friends in person. In fact, they may have come up with it "spontaneously" with a couple of mates in the stands, but lacked the numbers to get it started and so have used the channels available to attempt to gain traction. No, previous chants won't have been started on the internet, but if it were available then some of them - almost certainly - would've been posted/discussed. For many, discussing things on the internet (on whatever platform) is much the same as discussing things in a pub. And the fact is that it has a bigger reach than your average group of mates going to a game, so it gives rise to the potential of more inventive chants, not less. How do we know there weren't amazing chants out there that we've never heard because it was only made up by two people, stood in an area where not many people sang, and therefore they didn't feel confident enough to try it "live"? Now, those two people can talk to others who will have the confidence. Yes, this also means there will be more chants discussed, and therefore we will see more "failed" attempts. But we shouldn't dismiss it outright - creativity is at its best when people feel confident to fail. You know, or ...
  10. Joey Barton - merged topics

    Certainly did, hence both my post & the risk. A risk it seems I have not averted. Oops.
  11. Joey Barton - merged topics

    At the risk of one of those "wishy washy wooshy" things... You know yourself well.
  12. The Guardian - The Knowledge

    Yeah, but Roberts was still up from Friday night.
  13. The Guardian - The Knowledge

    Closest I can find is this, which suggests Lita's goal was in the 95th, but no official timings: http://tinyurl.com/haxeunt
  14. Lee Johnson

    No idea - did the same when I quoted you. Think OTIB must've got scared by the amount of thought involved. Bit of strategic copy & paste did the job, nae bother.
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