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wendyredredrobin

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  1. I wouldn't mind all games being played at night. Still think it provides a better atmosphere whatever the floodlights. I really enjoy games under the lights.
  2. Capacity was a bit of a joke back in the day. Whilst I've been in 32k, 37k and 38k crowds, I'm told that back in the 50s, 42k got in for one game. of course, you can get more in standing than seating, but I look forward to the day when we are in the Prem, build the South Stand into a double decker, redevelop the Atyeo and fill in the corners to fully maximise space and income. Nothing like a big crowd to create atmosphere. Even better when we can make the most of of the away fans maximising our income. It really pains me to see half of the Atyeo closed off. I don't even care whether its pillocks from Leeds or Villa so long as they pay us their money.
  3. I'm really looking forward to seeing Korey and Nagy side by side in defensive midfield roles. Josh up front or operating in behind Andi Weimann is an interesting call too.
  4. That was a lot of money back in the 50's though
  5. Shame, as he has been England's best player of late.
  6. This one worries me a lot. I've watched Forest a few times and they look like at least a top 6 outfit to me. A damn sight better than Cardiff, I can tell you and this is a very big game for both sides. Our record following international breaks is not great so I hope Lee will keep them fit, motivated and raring to go.
  7. Popped youtube on about an hour ago not expecting to find much new and this was a nice surprise. Would be nice if a few others did similar but would equally understand why they might not Came across very well though and i loved his gaff
  8. The Ravens v The Raving No please, not the Gas on national TV. They give Bristol a bad name and are truly an embarrassment to the city. Still, I will watch it for a laugh. Come on Bromley.
  9. there are a lot of people who won't buy a season ticket but will stretch to a half season ticket. I bet that a number of these go on to buy a full season ticket the following year, so I certainly think it's a good idea selling them around Christmas.
  10. He said he would retire at the end of the season but the right boot of Josh Brownhill brought about the boot for Colin. I've also read that he is a decent bloke behind his pantomime villain persona though have also heard that some of his financial dealings have been dodgy, though I cannot vouch for this. The character may be missed but his brand of football certainly won't be.
  11. wendyredredrobin

    Nagy

    When asked a while ago, when would he be fit, I replied "a few days before the next hungry international". How did I know?
  12. Haha. I'll look forward to that. Live embarrassment on national television.
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