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cider hoss rules

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About cider hoss rules

  • Birthday 06/12/1967

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    nowadays Stonehouse,Glos - Sharpness boy

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  1. well according to the Rovers fans they get around 50,000 loyal and true inside a 12k capacity ground (very loose term), so anything's possible
  2. https://www.bristolpost.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/big-decisions-bristol-rovers-hinge-4166430 What a magnificent project the colony is developing into!
  3. It pleases me that I know they're not all like these clowns. I've got some real great mates who are passionate followers of the Rovers, and all credit to them for picking a local side (obviously the wrong one mind) Today I was told that one of these mates lost his battle to cancer, so for the next week my FB profile picture is of my mate, wearing his comedy jesters outfit at a works do last year. Football has no colours in these circumstances. R.I.P. Chappers.
  4. From Wiki: Despite the match officials being heavily biased towards the Germans, and the German team causing several deliberate injuries to the Allied players, a draw is achieved after great performances from Luis Fernandez (portrayed by Pelé), Carlos Rey (portrayed by Osvaldo Ardiles) and Terry Brady (portrayed by Bobby Moore). Hatch plays goalkeeper, and makes excellent saves including one last save from a penalty kick as time expires to deny the Germans the win, drawing the game 4–4. An Allied goal had been blatantly disallowed earlier in the match, so the POW team should have won 5–4. The POWs do manage to escape at the end of the game following the original plan, amid the confusion caused by the crowd storming the field (shouting "victoire") after Hatch preserved the draw. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Escape_to_Victory
  5. Mr West was a groundworker working for the firm that did the footings for the first house I bought. The police did come and look around the estate at the height of his arrest and the ensuing investigations. Luckily they opted against any digging or searches.
  6. I'm English but I wanted to watch Holland...…. the match I listed just happened to be against England
  7. you sure this isn't their existing site just with red tents?
  8. especially when you consider they have had the enforced 2 month break already, playing out this season will be like a pre season build up to fitness and match sharpness.
  9. I don't know why it sticks in my mind, but Ralph Milne at home against Palarse in the 89 Littlewoods Cup run, 4-1 win.
  10. big celebration for them today, 5 years since they got promoted from division 5 and started 'coming for us' (again)
  11. 11/12 with 3 correct punted guesses and the Sunderland one with a wrong guess. So I actually knew 8
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