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  1. Radio 5 live now discussing among other things Premier league players wages. Seems the club captains are already discussing details of pay cut but want some control/assurances of what happens to this large pot, how does it get used for good.
  2. Should hope its on catchup but im never too sure! Really like listening to Simon Jordan, but haven't listened to him since this began, will endeavour to as have plenty of time. But Warburton came across so, so well to my ears. I'd be comfortable with someone like that in a more influential position than QPR manager.
  3. Radio 5 debate on the Coronavirus and its affects on football now (started at 8), especially in light of Tottenham's announcement. Really impressed with Mark Warburton.
  4. It's made me cry. What courage & kindness. X
  5. Have a friend (works on public transport) who was hospitalized early Nov with breathing difficulties plus flu like symptons. And a Surgery nurse who suspects its been here pre Xmas. Could be a virus other than Covid 19 of course, while it wouldnt surprise me if it was C-19. If it has been around in part longer im hoping that would lessen its impact.
  6. Nbafc

    I miss Cotts.

    It's interesting how Cotterill's name keeps returning in regards to LJ's position. I am a big Cotterill fan and posted his name as a good candidate for the job before either McInnes or O'Driscoll was appointed. He seemed like just what we needed; down to earth, his own man with a bit of old school about him. However, I believe his tenure really ended in that summer when the deals for Maguire and Gray fell through. Imo he was never able to 'get over' those disappointments fully. It appeared there was a Mexican standoff of sorts behind the scenes. I don't think anyone handled the situation well,
  7. Nbafc

    I miss Cotts.

    Think that is a superb post, really well sumised.
  8. The speed at which the ref blows up for a dive too - he was "triggered" to use a cricket term. As others have said, having presented a thorough appeal the decision to uphold makes you wonder what the expert panel have seen.
  9. Would certainly hope one of our lads had the nous to do this if the roles were reversed.
  10. Really well spoken Dave, thoroughly enjoyed.
  11. Two of the 3 other examples on this thread have no sponsor. The Man City one does, but Ethihad is rather more subtle. Perhaps Dunder had to be included (were the Chelsea & Leeds ones not worn for 1st team games?). If so perhaps the chaotic design was thought to be the way to "disguise" the dominating sponsor. I think there must have been many better solutions, although DUNDER spread across would have surely detracted from most/all of them.
  12. Steve Lansdown weighing in on the subject on the Jim White show on Talksport. Not sure what time but inbetween 10-1.
  13. Fantastic thread, thankyou lads.
  14. Remember Alan Brasil scoring a screamer for Bury Town at the same ground, he was player manager like Lawrenson was I think. I suppose Edgar Davids at Barnet qualifys too, and Campbell at Macclesfield.
  15. Nick Sorry to hear of your loss. Much strength to you for a wonderful post. My father was born 3 years later then yours, but I recall him telling me Mike Thresher never gave Stanley anything and what a "tough little bugger" he was. I prompted him at Trowbridge Town to say hello to Alec Einsentragger in the late 80s when he spotted him there watching his son play. Just 2 of his many heroes from a time when when people needed escapism and inspiration and entertainment enormously. Brought back a lot strong memories for me, few painful ones but it's more than worth it, I believe
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