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wendyredredrobin

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  1. Our main weakness is our lack of physicality. No way would Neil Harris ever put up with that.
  2. We are apparently well known throughout the football world has been a bunch of of of sissies. We tackle like girls on the rare occasions that we do. Most of the time we just seem to run away like cowards. It's a very distressing trait that we have and will never get anywhere in this league as long as it continues.
  3. The Game is available on RobinsTV for season ticket holders. Is it available to those outside of the UK?
  4. Tim Krul is back from a COVID infection, so our forwards will need to maintain a social distance of 2 meters from the penalty area. Nothing new there.
  5. I guess it depends on the opposition and the tactics you want to use. Against some opponents you need battering rams but others require more finesse
  6. Yeah, I had to stand at the front against the railings to be able to see until I was big enough to stand back up the terraces with my Dad. I doubt we could have afforded a stool for me to stand on though
  7. Yeah, I think you could in the enclosure but us pauper's in the ends had to POTD. Not that it made much difference as we were stood about 2 feet from the enclosure anyway.
  8. Oh yes, remember that well along with the queues out to Ashton Road. We were in the same end as the away fans before segregation and you would often see a few punches flying.
  9. Back in those days, you couldn't get season tickets in the ends, so most of us would POTD. If we were expecting a sell out, we would queue up at least an hour before the game, but we always got in, though a few couldn't. Problem was that they used to open the gates at half time and those outside would pour in for free and squashed those of us who had paid. I do remember some games in the early 70s when cash was tight and we had no money to get in, so had to be happy with watching the second half for free. How times have changed
  10. Haha. We may be bad (though yesterday was an exception) but I can't see us shipping more than 7 or 8 on Wednesday.
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