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  1. Fantastic deal for all involved. £13m! Great value for us. Good luck to him.
  2. Do we need 3 threads on the same game?
  3. One of the worst posts I have ever seen on this forum, what the bloody hell have I just read?
  4. I hope Man City win it - won't hear the end of it if Liverpool win, with so many of their fans in Bristol.
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  6. Wow - Mings off and Rotherham winning, good for us!
  7. Unfortunately can't see BOLTON getting anything against Boro, but we can hope!
  8. Am I being an idiot or aren't midweek Championship games usually on Red Button?
  9. And now Burnley take the lead against Spurs from a corner that (I’m fairly sure) was meant to be a goal kick. In my opinion, too much is at stake in football to have shite decisions like that altering games unfairly.
  10. As has been said, Matty Taylor has a great penalty record. 13 taken, 12 scored, 1 missed (for Rovers against Grimsby in the Conference). So I imagine he would have something to say if we get a penalty while he's on the pitch.
  11. In other words, until it comes from a more reliable source, it's bollocks.
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    Of course not, but whoever we beat would be, and understandably so. This isn't a decision to consider the individual thoughts of any team, I think it needs to come in to pursue fairness as a whole, ensuring something like a playoff final is not affected by a crap refereeing decision. However I can wholly understand the argument against it - I just don't agree, personally.
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    If we lost the playoff final to a poor decision I would be distraught. I will take the occasional ‘watered down’ moment of excitement if it means football is as fair as possible.
  14. Over a 38 game Premier League season, of course there's a massive difference. It's not long ago we lost 4 games in a row to Championship teams. However, in one off home games against Premier League teams, we would have a good chance against most.
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