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  1. Blimey! The Doctor Who’s tardis has let itself go.
  2. Fair play to you. Personally, I would take the coward’s way out and go in the home end!
  3. Well said Julie (though you may have omitted the words ‘are not’ from your last sentence). How times have changed. Sadly, in my day the rozzers were often thought to lag behind the more inclusive and progressive elements of society. Perhaps it’s indicative of the times that the more unpleasant elements among us have unfortunately, now been given a permission structure by our leaders and politicians that they can now routinely spout all sorts of vile nonsense that they probably wouldn’t have mentioned three years ago. Well done all those who consider the feelings of others, be it at AG or the Mem, whether it’s ordinary punters, or A&S’s finest. CTID
  4. As yes, that reminds me of that eternal question: Is it better to have them inside the tent ‘thinking’ out, or outside the tent ‘thinking’ in? Do I mean ‘thinking’...?
  5. I am only now beginning to appreciate the true implications of Bury’s expulsion from the EFL. One of the many consequences is that the Odd Squad across town now have a football free weekend and they are understandably thinking of ways they might be able to generate some income for their club to offset the loss of match day revenue. The best suggestion (not sure if it counts as thinking outside the box, but I wouldn’t have thought of it in a million years!), is to move the g*s girl’s first fixture of the season to that Saturday, so they get their ‘football fix’ (so far so good), make it free entry (naturally!) as there will be a big crowd (sic!) have a 50-50 cash give away, higher a room (the club can offer a discounted room rate and can open ‘Irene’s Kitchen’ should anyone fancy a Sunday roast). And then, what better way to round off the day than a bout of bar top mice racing (with real live mice! One punter has predictably suggested eating any competitors that don’t come up to snuff). Apparently it’s ‘hilarious’ and the pounds come rolling in! This thread on g*s chat, coupled with those images of their ‘match day experience’ create quite an impression. It’s like the land that time forgot over there, but with an aging and seemingly insular fan base it is perhaps inevitable that their attitude and outlook will be forever locked in the halcyon days of their youth. What a bloody shower!
  6. This suite of images highlighting the match day ‘experience’ at the Mem are quite superb. I really like the idea of having them turned into a calendar, with a couple of the best comments alongside each - I would certainly buy a few. Perhaps any profits could go to a Donkey Sanctuary or a home for distressed and punch drunk equines?
  7. Christ, how have i missed this pillock? I wouldn’t say it was cringy but any self respecting prepubescent One Direction fan would die of shame at the thought of posting anything so excruciatingly bad.
  8. On further reflection the correct definition for such a poor turnout is, ‘rump’. The visiting fans form one cheek, fans of the ne’er-do-wells the other. Wael , Dopey, GC, Henbury etc. Are somewhere between the two.
  9. “Crowd”? Surely it’s just a ‘group’, or a ‘gathering’ at the very best isn’t it!
  10. So after a lot of hype, ‘out’ in the first round! Sounds oh so familiar.
  11. It must have been quite a drink these lads went for!? As for the ‘stadium’ I can only imagine said City fan was doubled over, roaring with laughter, his eyes wet with tears of joy, shaking his head and repeatedly slapping his thigh, saying he’d never seen anything quite like it. This was then positively interpreted as reference to uniqueness of character and feel.
  12. Amateur hour at the Mem? It’s already been done mate, on a regular basis, I might add!
  13. Where there’s a Will there’s a Wael!
  14. What an absolute shower they are, from the assorted misfits and crocks that constitute the playing staff, the eye-sore and health-hazard that is their ground, their bizarre fan base that seems like nothing so much as a Victorian travelling freak show, right through to the uber embarrassing attention seeking chairman, the entire club is beyond parody.
  15. I wouldn’t know where to begin with this. Talk about vanity projects. Regardless of any football loyalty, it’s just excruciating. Does the bloke have no shame? It’s hero worship on a scale normally reserved for overexcited teenage girls at a One Direction show. What a funny little man he is!
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