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  1. You're right P, it was scandalous. And to make matters worse, the EP ran a back page headline - attributed to Alan Dicks - in Autumn 76, that ran something like, "Cheesley will have to go through the pain barrier for first-team return."
  2. I remember that when he was describing Christian Roberts' stunning winner, commentator Alastair Durden's voice escalated to such a high pitch that dogs throughout the West Country screamed in agony.
  3. Yes, but is it Lee's perfect cousin? What Lee likes to do he doesn't? Is he the family's pride and joy, his mummy's little golden boy?
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    Based on our home form, the Boer War.
  5. If City were offered the opportunity to settle their remaining fixtures on the flip of a coin, would we give a toss?
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    I'd love to see the World Oregami Championships, on paper view.
  7. Bob, I thought they were saving that for a rainy day.
  8. Dave, you don't 'alf tell some tails!
  9. Regardless of when the season resumes, lets hope all of the squad, club staff and their families stay healthy. And that goes for all OTIB posters and their loved ones.
  10. I'd forget about a return in April. According to the BBC, we could be looking at 12-14 weeks before a resumption. https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/live/football/51867944 11:55 'Sirens won't stop in April' Henry Winter Chief Football Writer for the Times on BBC Radio 5 Live There are some clubs that will have serious problems. This idea that on 3 April the sirens stop and we go back and play football again is just naive. What the medical advisers are saying is this is a long period - possibly 12-14 weeks. The date of 3 April has just been come up with and then they will think again. I wouldn't be surprised if English football is playing in June. Obviously the Euros would have to be put back a year, then it's just a question of the sporting integrity of football as to when league programmes are finished. Take for example West Bromwich Albion. They are fighting to get back in the Premier League. If West Brom go up, that's worth a minimum of £20m in television money alone. The Premier League and EFL need to show leadership - which they should've done earlier in the week - to go through and work out how they can reach a conclusion to the season, but the obvious casualty of that is Euro 2020.
  11. Who knew? I mean, apparently if you dont look both ways when crossing the road then there's a good chance of getting run over. Who knew?
  12. When you say bloated, do you mean CMs that can tackle? Only Smith and Morrell currently fall into that category.
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