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Rudolf Hucker

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  1. Hmmm. When Brentford move into their new ground, Griffin Park will be empty - a football ground with real stands and no tents. Dwayne Sports has an unexplained office in London. Becoming Brentford Rovers wouldn’t even require a change to their initials. All of their home game would effectively be played well away from Bristol, guaranteeing massive travelling support (because that’s just what they do). I think they’re on the move! Bloody clever these Jordanians.
  2. Sorry. Forgot you'm a posh un.
  3. You’re right, he still looks like a tramp.
  4. Every footballer looks better in red.
  5. A great read, Nick. Thank you. You and I must be near contemporaries because I've been at many of the same games, attended by you and your dad. Great memories, all of them. My dad took me to Ashton Gate in the 60's and I was lucky enough to see the final appearances of the great John Atyeo, including the promotion clinching match v Oldham in April 1965. I've inflicted the same love of City onto my wife (who's been a season ticket holder sat alongside me in the Dolman for over thirty years) and both of our boys. It's the Circle of Life. I know that you'll be sad right now but you've written your dad a eulogy of which he'd be very proud. My regards and sincere condolences to you, your family and friends. God Speed, Charlie Boy. CTYD. CTID.
  6. Let's hope that none of these footballers hyphenate the Christian/given names of their children. The poor kids would never be able to fit a "Tommy-Lee Oxlade-Chamberlain" or a "Ellie-May Loftus-Cheek" signature on the back of their Gold MasterCards.
  7. The complication comes when these young men and women marry partners also with double-barrelled names, who wish to adopt their partner's names whilst retaining their own! When I started working in the infancy of the computing industry, the surname field on the payroll file was a maximum of 48 characters. It wouldn't be enough today! Then again, the gender field was limited to either 'M' or 'F' - Facebook allow some 71+ different gender types! Clearly, back then we had no vision!
  8. Such an English display! We had one man sent off but from that point on, we played as though we were down to 8. We conceded so much ground that France were always going to score. Wan-Bissaka had a dreadful game from start to finish. Boothroyd made a curious starting selection then, when deciding that defence was the answer, why bring on Abraham and Calvert-Lewis and play them wide? Kelly would have been a far more sensible choice to protect JDS. Tammy defended like a striker! Bewildering.
  9. Did I read that the stadia that are being built in Qatar will be subsequently dismantled and shipped to other developing countries? You don't think that Wael ...
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