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Tinmans Love Child

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Tinmans Love Child last won the day on July 30 2015

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  1. Apologies but I didn’t use Carey as an example? I used Tinnion and Murray? Anyway my post was pointing out that he could have been a legend like these two players if he would have seen out his days. I never mentioned him not giving 100% or being crap or anything, I liked him as a player, and personally I never boo ex players generally, please re-read my original post
  2. I think the big shame with Flint was that he had the chance to become a club legend for all time, especially following the promotion season, the No No No business, all the goals, all the tackles, the cup run, but for his own reasons, pushed for a move, instead of staying and helping us achieve promotion and in doing so, becoming a legend. I know it’s all about the $$$$$ these days but when he looks back on his career, I think the time at City has to be his career highlight, and he could have been the next Murray or Tinnion. Shame
  3. I jeep getting told “it works in rugby”, and I cal bullshit on that, when ever I watch, every try seems to go to the VAR equivalent and everyone waits around for 2 mins whilst they double check all the angles. The ref in football has to make a split second decision, they get some wrong on occasion true, but most are right, football is a flawed game, that’s what makes it beautiful
  4. Ah nice, close to the towers as well!
  5. We went to Florence in that week last year, weather was immense, especially on the rooftop pool at our hotel! https://www.glancehotelflorence.com/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIuI3ltIWl4wIVTbHtCh30YQ_WEAAYAiAAEgLLaPD_BwE
  6. Agreed, beautiful city, but no where near the number of tourists, feels like a proper Italian city rather than a tourist spot so you get the real Italy, also loved Florence though, worth a trip from Bologna as the trains are so cheap and quick, we need Venice from Bologna as well
  7. Yeh, a nice problem to have though! We always go to this place Via de' Musei, 2, 40124 Bologna BO, Italy https://goo.gl/maps/U2QaeQEt2nYgY5Cv9 beautiful little square just off the Piazza Maggiore. Basically anywhere around there is great. It’s all about the fresh pasta in Bologna! This place is also great and close to the towers, there are 3/4 restaurants here, but a beautiful setting: https://goo.gl/maps/uQ1SKxsb8CuAZTox6 We stay at the Savoia Hotel on the outskirts which has a good restaurant called Gargonelli’s, I saw Inter Milan last year as they were staying in the hotel before playing Bologna! Enjoy!
  8. I love Bologna, been three times, food is IMMENSE!!!
  9. His press conference after was great as well, he’s the Liam Gallagher of Tennis, doesn’t give a toss and says what he wants! Im just gutted I couldn’t make it this year, weather looks great!
  10. Nick Kyrgios is refreshing, yeh not everyone’s cup of tea, especially at a stuffy institution like Wimbledon, but no one can deny its entertaining!
  11. There’s more money sloshing about because Sky and other Tv networks around the world are paying more and more money into football, and the Premier League, from a business point of view, are doing an amazing job. The shame is that all the extra money is not going to help bring ticket prices down, improve facilities at grass roots, etc etc, and is instead going on ludicrous transfer fees and wages. The thing is that it’s not really real, clubs are just swapping cash with each other generally, until you get relegated from the prem, that’s when the trouble starts.
  12. Don’t worry Steve’s loaded!
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