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Major Isewater

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  1. They’ve completely alliterated this thread.
  2. The key element of my post is that players don’t spend long enough at a club to develop as a team . Where is the almost telepathic understanding that makes a team so exciting to watch ? Bryan and Reid grew up with each other’s game and had it but it is rare these days . The instant a player stands out he is courted and bought by the bigger clubs . So you have to go up with them or else start again and hope the replacements are as good.
  3. It is becoming increasingly the case that teams that perform well in the Championship get their best players taken by rich Prem clubs and so on down the divisions . If you don’t go up in that one golden season then you have to start all over again without your established key players . This doesn’t improve the level of football played because players don’t have enough time to become a team. Individualism is taking over the sport . We will never see a City team promoted that have played together for years like the famous Alan Dick’s promotion side .
  4. What about half the stand have seats not even facing the pitch , they have views behind the goal. Neck ache stand .
  5. I don’t miss from there Downend . Punster’s goal
  6. Have they checked their coat pocket or down the back of the sofa ?
  7. I think that was a plee to any dealers in the vicinity. See me after the match.
  8. Mrs Isewater the third has to schedule our weekends around the matches. We can do whatever she wants but she knows Saturday afternoons and Tuesday nights are to be kept clear . I dread to think what will happen when we get to the Prem , the poor love won’t know where she is . Isewater Acres are decorated in mostly Red and white , with a hint of grey ( fifty shades of , If you like ) but luckily those are her favourite colours . I sing in a choir and have been known to leave rehearsals early during the season to catch a match. All in all, nothing to see here.
  9. Thé busiest day of the year for Rudolph’s postman.
  10. Stuff the premier league, Division 1 was the top division and we were on our way .
  11. Look out for Wild Willy . can be very nasty .
  12. We were in the division below though.
  13. Milk is surprisingly expensive in Newcastle.
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