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wendyredredrobin last won the day on October 30 2018

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  1. I'm disgusted by this. I've been taking a flask and some half time snacks to the gate for over 50 years. If City pulled this stunt, I would not renew my season card on principle and I know a few others that would take the same view. Maybe I could carry stuff inside my coat unless they decide to body search everyone. I think Derby have made a big mistake here and could end up paying a high price for it or before forced into an embarrassing climbdown.
  2. Has anyone been able to find out why that exists and what are they getting for the quarter of a million pounds a year they are supposedly spending on it? Nothing to do with Jaffas I think.
  3. I'm sure I've read that he's been offered silly money like £1m per week to play in China or something. As a player with only a few years left at the top level, that must be quite tempting. Make hay whilst the sun shines, perhaps.
  4. Did Stuart Sinclair climb out of it?
  5. Not a fan of car stickers as it tempts away fans and sags to trash your motor.
  6. Just give them the whole Atyeo stand. Bums on seats = pounds in the club coffers to go towards new signings, etc. Seating wasted by segregation is so annoying and good away support does add to the atmosphere. I wonder how many Leeds fans will end up tumbling down the steps of the Dolman this time.
  7. The number 9 hole is nearly always the most difficult and expensive to fill though.
  8. Yep, I think a lot of us felt like that. Kalas was certainly a big surprise for me. Just waiting for our new striker to be announced now.
  9. I can certainly see another season coming where we are fighting for promotion, they are battling against relegation, our crowds are going up, theirs falling and them boasting that they have the best fans in the world because they actually have nothing to boast about and never had. Looking forward to it, but they are coming for us
  10. ............ before we commence our season against the mighty Leeds, sell out crowd, live on Sky and I, for one can't wait. Expectations are high with the signings of 2 great defenders in Tomas Kalas and Jay Dalilva a quality keeper in Daniel Bentley and a promising attacking midfielder in Sammy Szmodics. However, the overall team looks very little different to that which was not good enough to reach the play offs last term. Maybe an extra year of experience might be enough to propel us into the top 6 this time, but most of us can clearly see that a quality forward may be all that is needed for a top 2 berth. Korey Smith will not be fit for a while and we don't really seem to have anyone to fill that role. His presence also seems to have an impact on Marlon Pack who ended the season poorly due to getting up for too many night feeds. I do believe that we will sign a striker, whoever that might be and really feel that this is going to be that promotion season we have all been waiting for. With more than 15,000 season cards sold, I believe and regular 20k plus attendances, our support could make a difference too if we are positive and vocal enough. How you see the season going? Where do you think we will finish and have we spent our money wisely? Is this going to be the year, do you think?
  11. Haha.I went to school with Paul in Glastonbury before moving to Hengrove (same age, same class). He was one of a group of us who spent thousands of hours playing football in fields and parks and even under the spotlight in the local car park in the evenings. Lost touch when I was 13 but still friends on Facebook. He was also very annoyingly the best at football, cricket, swimming and particularly track and field events . He was useless in goal though, which was why I played there . For anyone who doesn't know, he is also closely related to Mary Bignal Rand amd his Dad (Ken) was on Evertons books for a while).
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