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  1. wouldn't need VPN as he's watching from abroad
  2. Nope, got it for the season. Are you getting audio?
  3. It would be a weird decision for the player too. Turning us down and then signing for us a few months later. And weird for Ashton and Johnson. Is there anyone it wouldn't be weird for?
  4. Agreed. If it's obvious where the abuse is coming from, call off the match next time and award a 3-0 win to the team not responsible. It appeared that uefa bottled it tonight
  5. Charlton have had a decent start to the season. They won't be pushovers
  6. If that's his worse game, we don't have much to worry about. He kept us in it
  7. Modern life is more stressful. The world of credit you mention is a good example. 30-40 years ago, you didn't have the amount of easy loans and the societal pressure to buy more and more shit that you don't really need. Not saying that people are not culpable for what they buy, but I think there are some very cynical people/companies out there e.g.pay day lenders, who are waiting for people to get into trouble so they can fleece them even more. Add to this the breakdown of the family unit etc and its no wonder there are more mental health problems than before
  8. Genuine question, why did no premier League club come him for him over the summer? We all heard the Chelsea conspiracy theory, but surely other premier League clubs would love to have signed him
  9. Nagy is the better player now I would agree, but Messengo is an amazing player already and has so many years left to improve. Once everyone is fit, Messengo will start more on the bench. I don't think it was the plan to play him so much, only because Nagy got injured. Brownhill is a Johnson favourite so will start majority of games
  10. I thought Brownhill had a decent game,especially the first half. Driving the team forward, lots of neat passes
  11. nope, but the link above posted by redeyez is working fine for me
  12. Next season, rovers will stop accepting turnips as payment
  13. Very good performance, although he did give the ball away a fair few times. With a bit more experience, he will be a top player
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