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  1. Hate to keep saying it, but many clubs request these fixtures so would expect at least one of them to be away I think the EFL deliberately make the further away ones midweek, as it has less impact on the numbers travelling
  2. Seems to be going to SL's plan. Improved each of the last few years, do so again next year... I believe that the year that drops out for FFP is the worst of the current three (I'm sure someone can confirm or call me an ejit), giving a bit more scope to spend this summer. Given we just missed out this year, and weren't too bad last year we should be seen more favourably by players and agents, and compete for signings with others at the top of the championship (jug eared losers aside). If the funds are spent as we would like rather than wasting money on players who don't even get to warm the bench, next year could be the year we really have a go at it. Looking forward to this years summer transfer window, please Lee, don't disappoint me!
  3. "The team has been working tirelessly to fix the problems encountered but unfortunately the screen will not be installed and operational in time for tomorrow’s game which is hugely disappointing. Work will continue next week and be completed as soon as it is possible." A few missing words always makes a news release sound like it's been written by communications professionals!
  4. watched about 3 minutes of it. Commentators mentioned twice in that time what a huge club they are, that their fans travel in massive numbers... of course, they were talking about Sunderland!
  5. The players have been in charge at Chelsea for years. Shows the owner no longer cares, otherwise he would back the manager to take back control of the club.
  6. Seemed slightly odd that there were odds against Sunderland at the weekend, won a few quid on that one!
  7. Sarri will no doubt to be sacked. I'd like Abramovich to keep Kepa, but ban any new manager from even putting him on the bench. Why should Kepa get to be sacked and then get a big signing on fee somewhere else? Could largely end his carer if he wanted to.
  8. He'll no doubt think it was worth it, gained a valuable point, and WBA can put someone in his place for a couple of games which may not end up costing them anything. Although the opposition can't be given the points (imagine the complaints from other clubs), I see no reason why the EFL shouldn't have the power to deduct the point WBA gained as a direct result of this cheating. That said there would be other more marginal calls which would cause controversy they would rather avoid... (I see I took so long typing my reply BCFC11 has already edited the post I quoted to make the same point )
  9. Especially knowing that he's banned for the game against Villa, who are just behind Forest in the league.
  10. not sure what happened there a player on a yellow gets subbed on 52 mins The sub gets subbed 26 minutes later (presumably injured) the substitute substitute gets send off after just 7 minutes the efforts some teams go to to make sure they have someone for sending off when they play the gas...
  11. If that belongs to Rovers, with any luck there's a pile of s**t heading towards it, either in relation to their finances or as they go down again this season
  12. The thing I find odd is that one or two training sessions on how to kick the ball without putting it straight out for a throw around the half way line really should fix his biggest weakness. Always been a good shot stopper for us. Doesn't command the area as well as some, but sort the kicking out and most of the criticism goes away.
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