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The Dolman Pragmatist

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  1. Is that Roger Cook, the stroppy and corpulent retired investigative journalist; or the more svelte Roger Cook, Bristol-born writer of Homelovin' Man, Blame it on the Pony Express and Melting Pot, amongst other?
  2. Also played over a hundred games for Gillingham. Remember seeing him sent off at Swindon...
  3. One for the oldies, who can remember the old first division days (or maybe the season after): Garry Smith...
  4. Can't accept its a must win at this stage of the season. Two wins this week would be great, but I'd settle for 4 points if pushed. Charlton are going to be very difficult indeed.
  5. You choose your religion, like you choose your football club. You don’t choose your race.
  6. So, making racist comments is a cry for help? That’s a new one on me.
  7. Well said mate. You have to hand it to them this season, no one could have predicted they’d be two points ahead of Sunderland at this stage, particularly given the way they started the season. I’m sure I’m not the only poster on this forum who has good friends who are gas heads, and fair play to them.
  8. Utterly farcical. Wales have to play a meaningless match against Uruguay while France get the week off. Outrageous.
  9. Only a penalty though, so won’t stop the old guy behind me in the Dolman saying he’s rubbish (he shouted “Oh don’t pass to ‘im!” less than five minutes after Fam scored on Saturday).
  10. He was played on the left wing while he was with us, which might not have helped.
  11. I feel really sorry for him. Everything indicated pre-season that he’d have a part to play this season, and then he gets sent out on loan with little or no warning less than a week before the season starts. I’m not even sure how much Aberdeen wanted him, but suspect that McInnes/Doherty did us a favour once it was decided he’d go on loan. Football is so much about confidence and players like Morrell, Vyner and O’Leary can only deliver their promise if given a run in the first team. Otherwise what’s the point in having an academy?
  12. Not all loans work out, as we know only too well. The name of Ryan Kent comes to mind...
  13. He was Bobby Houghton’s deputy, and agreed to stay on when Houghton left. We were already in serious financial trouble and I think Hodgson knew the writing was on the walk for the club financially. We went bust a year later.
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