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Tinmans Love Child

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  1. Yeh I felt like we’d chucked the season in that game, our belief drained away in the space of a few seconds
  2. Was that when people were sat on the steps of the dolman? I remember it being total carnage, and the club were lucky nothing bad happened to be fair
  3. Funny how they never talk of how many get locked out at home games! I mean even if you took it as fact that they have amazing away support, and take 40k to Wembley etc etc surely that just highlights how incredibly poor the home support is, so why boast about it?
  4. Classic Rovers on Twitter today, I wonder how the ‘300 more were locked out’ figure was arrived at? Did they do a head count? Did they multiply the actual number by 10, then add 100, then round up to the nearest 100?
  5. You seem to be implying that footballers don’t run as much as athletes so don’t need the rest? I suggest respectfully that you read up on sports science, as all sports have different demands on the body, and have different training schedules to cope, and different rest requirements. Football in this country has caught up with the rest of Europe and other sports in this respect and takes it seriously, unlike back in the day when our very own Paul Cheesley was asked to run up and down the Dolman steps which ended his career!
  6. Surprised anyone cares about the draw to be honest, even if we got a big team, nobody can go and watch anyway, our best option is getting perceived easier draws so we stay in the cup for longer with a chance that fans might be able to be allowed back in later in the season, although I’m doubtful that will happen again this season
  7. Bloody Chinese with their scribble
  8. My mate is Frome Town manager, and they drew Maidstone in the 2nd round of FA Vase, and Maidstone are classed as an ‘Elite Club’ so can play games even if in Tier 4 for COVID (which they are), Frome are not elite and had to choose to travel to Kent to play the match (against government guidelines) risking players health, or forfeit the game, the FA wouldn’t back down and they lost out of much needed money
  9. A good January window? When was the last time that happened?
  10. https://www.bristolrovers.co.uk/news/2020/december/final-mug-launch/ insert your own jokes:
  11. Yeh quite possibly, I don’t disagree that our injuries for a few seasons seem to be high, but I don’t know about other clubs, all I know is that no amount of payment will stop players getting injured, it doesn’t work like that
  12. What has money got to do with it? Such an old fashioned and incorrect attitude if you don’t mind me saying. Although results aren’t great, these are professional sportsmen, and sports science tells you that playing 3 games a week, on top of training etc means fatigue and potentially more injuries. Saying ‘just get on with it’ shows a complete lack of understanding, and no amount of payment will change the fact
  13. I was in the open end for this game (the other end though), I’ve got the programme in the loft! I remember it being very hot!
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