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The Constant Rabbit

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  1. https://daddylive.club/stream/stream-25.php Starts, as always, 2 mins before KO
  2. Huddersfield game is live on here: https://daddylive.club/stream/stream-25.php
  3. Ok - he played one game for Cardiff, then went to Belgium. Pedant!
  4. Nuffield in Clifton do scans - private hospital. No reason at all not to use them. Their new Chesterfield unit actually featured in local rag: Direct quote - "digital mammography, MRI, CT and high-definition endoscopy together with “five-star, state-of-the-art facilities.” According to the Bristol Post
  5. Again - I agree. But who would want to come here on a modest transfer fee and average wages with the club being in such a mess. They will have seen us on TV - it ain't pretty. The grapevine will be buzzing about our injuries, and Ashton / Lansdowns total control of the club. Put it this way - if you were Webster and we were like this a couple of years back, would you have any confidence that you could improve yourself, and stay fit enough to earn a huge Prem deal on big money? The answer is surely no. Why would any other up-and-comer want to transfer
  6. At his age, I think Baker is well aware his best days are gone.He has no chance of a cereer in the Prem anymore, so if you were him - why would you not agree to 10K? 2-3 yrs ago we were a 'destination club' - seen as a strong chance to become an established Premier League team-in-waiting. We have regressed so far back - no-body see's City as a forward move currently. Thats why we could only attract Brunt and Martin and a 'potentially' good player like Joe Williams on the cheap from a club heading for insolvency. If Williams had a great season this year - he would be off for
  7. Baker will be offered 50% of his current wages - he will accept too - who else will pay 20K a week for a player who is often injured? Baker knows this, the club certainly know it. He'll stay, but on a huge wage reduction.
  8. I thought Ashton was quite honest - Landowns plan 'going forward' is to save money. Offer the players out of contract 50% of their previous wage (Fammy excepted it would seem) - those who blink and sign - we save half their wages 'going forward' The ones that won't sign can take their chances on the open market Lansdown will then send Ashton to the clubs near administration and offer pennies on the pound for saleable assets (players) that will probably be better than the ones we have let go. It's brutal, but good business. It's how Lansdown got rich.
  9. I have a copy of 'It all kicked off in Bristol' Free to fellow Aussies PM me for details
  10. Games in hand, but other teams are picking up points here and there.......they are in real trouble if the teams below win their next 2 or 3 out of 6. Rovers have a tough run ahead.
  11. https://daddylive.club/stream/stream-21.php Definitely on here. Starts about 2 mins before KO.
  12. Don't worry, he'll pull the Millwall matchday pic out again in a minute to show us all he's a superfan and we are all wrong..... FWIW - you are spot on. Lansdown compromised Coppell so much within a week it was impossible for him to stay as he knew he would be overruled by Lansdown on a regular basis. We has exactly the same with Lansdown changing fees and wages agreed by all parties (when Cotterill went on holiday) - scuppering both deals that Cotts had thought were done deals. The constant is clear - Lansdown .
  13. Did everyone miss the bit on sky when they said about Ashton "That's what he's been told by the owners"? Ashton is an example of pretty much everything I dislike about 'corporate business' - but does anyone REALLY think he's treating BCFC like Tombstone and strutting around like Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday, doing what he wants, when he wants? Of course not - Lansdown has given the green light for every single thing Ashton has done. And there it is - offers to Fammy, all turned down - and instructions FROM THE OWNERS to Ashton, to let him run down the contract
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