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Malago

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  1. Yes but plenty, won’t and some clubs will have more immune players than others. You obviously can’t play those who have no immunity. So let’s say in our squad we have 20 immune players and, pick any other championship club you like, say PNE or example, only have 10 players with immunity. How are you going to organise a competitive league on that basis?
  2. The govt aren't going to allow football to restart until they’re certain that the risk of transmission of the virus has been reduced to a very low level. That effectively means a vaccine being available which according to the experts is 12 months away. Then you have think about mass production of the vaccine and inoculating the entire population which is going to take, I don’t know, say 3 months minimum. Even If you go down the route of playing behind closed doors you have to ensure the safety of the players, officials etc which you can’t do without an effective vaccine.
  3. The way things are going we’ll be scrapping next season as well. Can’t see any competitive football being played until August 2021 at the earliest.
  4. Larry Lloyd turned out to be quite useful. European Cup winner etc. From Henbury, hopefully no relation to you know who. I believe Harold Jarman was Ashton born and breed, but we didn’t offer him terms.
  5. As mentioned above Red Red Robin by Al Jolson was the traditional tune played when the team ran out on to the pitch. I can certainly remember it being played mid 60s and believe it was played as far back as the 50s as well, although would need older fans to corroborate that.
  6. Malago

    Burnley

    Don’t remember that one, but do recall but Gerry Gow v Booby Gould. There was only ever going to be one winner of that particular scrap.
  7. Always been impressed by Jed Wallace when I’ve seen him play for Millwall. Surprised he hasn’t been touted for a move to a bigger club.
  8. Sorry Dave, not quite up there with supercaleygoballisticascelticareatrocious.
  9. Fulham 3-0 up at home to Hudds. Question: If QPR and Fulham can play at home on the same day, why can’t we play at home the same day as some mucky little lower league side in Horfield.?
  10. We don’t owe Preston a penny. Burnley may have to pay Preston 20% of any profit they made on the player, unless they sold him to us for less than they paid for him, in which case they don’t owe Preston a penny either.
  11. They started as The Black Arabs, then changed to Eastville Rovers, then to Bristol Eastville Rovers and then to their existing name. Take your pick.
  12. It’s not called St Phillips Marsh for nothing.
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