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  1. Why do people bang on and on and on saying the same things over and over and over again ? Its just a few people on this thread, three or four at most, but its pretty obsessive stuff and I agree, they should get a life and live it and look after themselves and their own and leave everyone else to do the same without the patronising shit they spout. I'm out and the ignore list has grown
  2. By Forest ? Not a chance.
  3. Two things that passed me by; I didn't realise that JET was still only 29, I had it in my nut that he was 32 or so. And I didn't realise that Livingston were in the SPL, thought they were 2nd tier at most. Every day a school day
  4. I think they had 7 new players ? If so, thats a lot of bedding in to do. I'd expect their form to pick up over the next few games and to be in or around the playoffs at seasons end.
  5. Problem being, everyone has to sit at a table for table service, no standing allowed. Be a few stiff necks at the end of a game ! But I agree, the big venues would probably be ok.
  6. And that would be the biggest problem imo. With the reduced amount of people in pubs it probably wouldn't be viable - they are nearly full anyway given the current (necesary) restrictions. The days of being packed in to watch England in the Sports Bar or pub raking in the money are long gone and not to return anytime soon.
  7. My mate was an excellent keeper at 5'9" - ex-Southampton and later combined forces goalkeeper and basket ball player. Big hands and an even bigger leap !
  8. But pubs can only allow people in according to the social distancing rules with table service. I've been to the pub several times since the new rules have been in place with absolutely no issues and everyone adhering to them. They should be left to manage the rules and their businesses themselves or take the consequences. Often, there are tables with a reserved sign on them and once tables are filled it is no entry until someone leaves (which I've not seen happen yet). I would expect reservations to be introduced if the football was on (it would be mainly locals who would get first dibs I
  9. Its a shame that pubs can't broadcast EFL games - I'd certainly be in the pub watching rather than at home.
  10. Obviously not. You've been and gone and done it now. Another 6 pages incoming saying the same thing over and over again.
  11. I'm not sure how accurate this site is, but we appear to be second top in conceding shots on target and 6th for having our shots on target. http://www.footcharts.co.uk/index.cfm?task=basics_shotsontarget I think @Davefevs has similar stats which may be more accurate, but it doesn't look too bad albeit with a small sample size.
  12. Not having all the tech stuff to hand, I can only go on what I saw. And I saw a compressed midfield in the second half further up the pitch keeping them penned back. 2-0 so I don't give a shit really
  13. Who the **** is going to buy a book by a nobody knobhead ? Other than Colin. He shouldn't be relying on his book to boost his pension.
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