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Jack Dawe

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  1. A lower league football club, just to be a bit more precise for you there. Looking up at us, a: 21st century football club, with all that that entails. So you'll be quite happy where you are with your standing and terraces and funny stands full of "character" and racism and all that 70s/80s proper football; you'll not be after anything more/new/different, like a terrible, soulless new all-seater ground etc? If you lot had chosen to eschew all the modernisation/sh1te we've got, to remain primarily a football club, then you'd have one on us there. But you haven't ch
  2. I don't think Derby are/were "out of our league." At a level we cannot ever expect to reach or compete with. Despite our pitiful run in 2018 they were just 2 wins and 2 draws ahead of us. Ditto Middlesbrough. I believe that 5th and 6th places are always open and up for grabs in this league, for any club with competent people doing their jobs (and enjoying a bit of luck with injuries). We should never think 5th or 6th is beyond us. Wolves and Fulham though. Different story/class.
  3. What, that we decided to try him in Jan but Birmingham - previously interested - didn't? No relevance at all? I'm not sure we can know one way or the other. But you think otherwise. If you add Diony to our other loans this season, you pick up any "relevance" there?
  4. They weren't bothered in January, though.
  5. It was nearly Flint last August, too - a massively popular character here. No, hang on: he had his "head turnt" I'm just remembering. Perhaps Adam Baker's had his head turnt, unall?
  6. Birmingham, Bournemouth, Brighton didn't get Diony wrong, though. They never hired the clown. I wonder what it was that changed their minds?
  7. He's that relevant? Blimey. In my eyes, their coach is innocuous.
  8. It's called "boob cricket" over there. He's part of the Rovers "leadership group" and he's tampering with her, er, balls, I think? Funny lot, them Fewers.
  9. Are we supposed to believe that in L1 today - leaving aside the bigger clubs like Wigan and Plymouth, with their thousands of followers - are we to believe that Blackpool took more to Milton Keynes, Northampton more to Fleetwood, AFC Wimbledon more to Shrewsbury, and diddly Rotherham more to Southend than Rovers took to Peterborough? This is madness! Sorcery!
  10. We don't need them to do that. We're quite capable of doing that for ourselves. All, er, by ourselves.
  11. 400 to Peterborough is jolly good - in League One. Well done the Few! In the Championship, it's fewer than Burton's average away following. Burton being - 24/24 in the Championship - bottom and the fewest for away support. Phew!
  12. 3,034 Plymouth at Charlton (a 240 mile journey). 400 Few at Posh (a 174 mile journey). That's this weekend's L1 West Country numbers....
  13. How timely to see the cuckoo on these pages! The first this spring. The common cuckoo is a crafty parasite, laying it's eggs in another bird's nest, then the hatched little pirate eases the host bird's team out of the nest, and before you know it, it's running around everywhere calling "we want another nest!" The cuckoo is a lying, sneaky little ****er and is traditionally associated with cocks.
  14. So, Skinhead: to start with, something fairly positive/enjoyable/legal/harmless, broadly speaking; before being hijacked/ infiltrated by angry white males who think it's all about them thus spoiling it for the majority and then driving it underground where a nasty subculture for "like-minded" sorts festers. And then later still, enjoying something of a renaissance of sorts, where middle-aged white males reminisce about the good old "glory days." Sound familiar?
  15. They can do lower than that: two seasons between 87 and 92 where Cardiff averaged - averaged - below 3000, in other words, a 4 digit average with the first digit being "2." Sub 3,000! And another where they got above 3000 by about a bus load every home game. Cardiff City fans are proper deserters.
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