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  1. That might've been Notts County 90/91 season, first season back in the old second division.
  2. I must say, I am very happy with my g-tech upright cordless vacuum. Excellent value for money. And a washing machine from John Lewis, lasted 14 years, again, value for money. My m & s slippers though, from the kids, falling to pieces after about 15 months. Poor
  3. He is unequivocally a "men private," when dressed in a shell suit/on a Saturday/at work. In his comfortable slacks, Pringle v neck and slip on shoes (witH tassles) about town in Cornwall with his Mrs I don't doubt he is anything but a "men private."
  4. Tbf, it was pissing it down ...... no, sorry, that was yesterday. As you were
  5. Imagine the final league placing if we had signed that lot
  6. Generally speaking, to get an atmosphere nowadays you need, first and foremost, things happening on the pitch, meaning in and around the penalty area: shots and crosses winging in, ricochets, balls flying off the woodwork, near misses, keeper being peppered and getting his shorts muddy, plus a goal or two. The chance of a goal. But modern football is mostly neat triangles, going backwards and square, keeping possession, with barely a foot put or left in, no glove laid upon anyone, the ball continually going back to the centre backs and then wide to the full back, interspersed with hoofs down the field when a short neat sideways pass isn't on, then - yawn - back again, keeping possession, doing as drilled, nice and neat - just going for a piss - back to the keeper, square back square - just get me phone out - pass pass pass - is it half-time yet? - pass pass back side side back - Liverpool are winning - pass miss pass more short neat and not so neat passes - The Wigan game had 4 goals but was about as lively and alive as a midweek country cricket fixture meandering to a draw up Glos
  7. Volkswagen ain't doing too well, pal. In fact, der Deutsch automobile firms are lagging behind their rival firms in China and the US, with all their new fangled AI and batteries and shit
  8. I didn't even watch that. Saw a few blokes trudging off across the Downs about 3.30 (and one game fizzling out in a fury of mis-placed passes and dismal first and second, and third, touches). Anyone do better/go lower than this?
  9. There are people spreading falsehoods about Terry Cooper, Glyn Riley, Trevor Morgan, Forbes Phillipson-Masters, four points secured against the runaway 4the division champions, the 1984/85 season, and all you can think about is that magnificent header in the showpiece final at Wembley in front of the watching millions on television around the world?
  10. In my paper today, he's reminiscing (it being FA cup weekend): Keef: "We had a really good side at York in 1985 and were demolishing everybody on our way to winning the Fourth Division when we drew Arsenal in the fourth round" Now, just the two problems with this: 1. In 1985, York were a Third Division side. And 2. When they won the Fourth Division, in 1984, they "demolished" us 1:1 at their place, and 0:1 down here. It's petty, it's pedantic, yes; it's all such a long time ago now, agreed; but it's also a foul, miserable day outside with no game for us today. And I just thought we cannot leave all this sort of thing to @BS4 on Tour... by his-self. In 1985, York beat Arsenal in the cup, and the snow and the ice, at York. They demolished them. We beat them in the league that season, home and away.
  11. Sounds like two home wins. Or, will we or Cmon Bris rfc sneak a bonus point?
  12. Have they paid anything for Pack yet?
  13. I have lost count of the number of times my hopes have been raised prior to a game by the news that so and so and so and so will be missing from our next opponents, due to injury or suspension, only for us to fail to take advantage and prevail in that fixture. I think it's 27, or it might be 34. Or 234. So don't get your hopes up. They'll not be sending nine out to face us instead of eleven. Warnock might be getting on a bit now/forgetful but he's not going to miss this minor detail. And when you play Warnock, it's not formations and tactics and sh1t like that: first, it's stomach and heart and bollocks and gumption or what younger, new-fangled sorts than Warnock might perhaps call performance state or some such. Or, getting yer head to a corner before they do.
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