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Rudolf Hucker

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  1. Rudolf Hucker

    Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    Tuesday night its ManU v Juventus which is likely to have an adverse impact upon their attentance (sic) as the 'loyal and true' make sure that they watch their favourite team on Sky.
  2. Rudolf Hucker

    Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    Voldemort?
  3. Rudolf Hucker

    Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    From Slagchat ... can't think why they're in trouble! I thought I would do a bit of searching and found that our last 14 Home games in League 1 reads P 14 W 2 D 6 L 6 . That is just 12 points out of 42! Our away record over the similar period is P 14 W 2 D 5 L 7 - A total of 11 points out of 42 which means that our last 28 games have yielded only 23 points out of 84. personally I would look on away games as a win or a draw being successful and at home only a win being a successful result which means out of 28 projects only 9 have been successful!! We have only scored 18 goals in those 28 games.
  4. Rudolf Hucker

    kalas

    Didn't QPR have a player on loan who wore a protective mask? Kemo Sabe, I think ...
  5. Rudolf Hucker

    Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    As soon as they reach there they'll rename it League Seven.
  6. Rudolf Hucker

    Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    Police are looking in the area surrounding the Hobgoblin pub for a person resembling Bristol's elected Mayor, wearing a Stone Island jacket bearing the legend 'Present from Malaysia' stitched onto the back, and a Bristol Rovers 'Wembly' scarf.
  7. Rudolf Hucker

    Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    "There's an old saying; it won't always be dark at six" I can honestly say, I've never heard that one before!
  8. Rudolf Hucker

    Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    921 from Oxford so 7585 from the 15ers
  9. Rudolf Hucker

    Owls v Boro

    ... and he's another useless one (ahem)
  10. Rudolf Hucker

    Owls v Boro

    Keith Gillespie is the worst football pundit on TV. "Dat was a yellow card for me. He hit him wid his forearm radder dan his elbow." Can barely speak English and his football knowledge is questionable. He's stealing a living.
  11. Rudolf Hucker

    Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    Nope. I’ve never sprayed on a car. That’s about the only thing though.
  12. Rudolf Hucker

    Deal to buy Wembley is WITHDRAWN

    The Mem, obviously. So like Spurs in many ways but its building works are already complete.
  13. Rudolf Hucker

    Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    Well that's the 15ers guaranteed a station on Marvellous Marv's Magic Tube system. It'll no doubt be plastered with "Mind the Gap" stickers.
  14. Rudolf Hucker

    Oops

    Last night, Yate Town Council held its "Mayor's Civic Service - A Celebration of Music in our Community". It was held in St Mary's Church, Yate and presided over by the local vicar. It was packed full of local people there to see performances by the local school choir, the community choir as well as the choral society. The service had prayers and a psalm as well as an address by the Mayor. The finale to the evening was performed by a classic rock covers band. I'm guessing that the organisers never said the name of the band aloud before booking them. Mrs H tells me that the ladies in the choir were giggling uncontrollably ...
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