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  1. After some help.... does anybody know if the Quest show can be watched online somehow? I don't seem to have the channel on my tv and struggling to find any online option. Would really appreciate some advice if anybody has any. Thanks!
  2. Just googled. The general consensus is that it is indeed, not a word
  3. Maybe the long term future of British football will look more like an NFL or NBA model... with only 2 maybe 3 pro leagues, with only the elite athletes being paid "pros"... it would be sad but seems more sustainable. I haven't done nearly enough (or any) research but the fact that you can get an NFL "season pass" to watch all games for a 5er a month, makes me think televisation is more profitable than the current English lower league football model, with the fanbase concentrated around a small number of franchises rather than spread amongst the numerous teams across many divisions... unless th
  4. Totally agree. I can't see the government stepping in to fund what is predominantly players wages (an assumption), nor should they. They would only bailout industries that are integral to a functioning economy i.e. banks, transport, healthcare. The PL has to step up. The EFL and national leagues are surely the foundation the PL sits on.
  5. "In due course, Mr. McElhenney and Mr. Reynolds will put forward their vision for Wrexham AFC" What parallel universe am I living in where bloody Ryan Reynolds has a "vision" for Wrexham AFC . Imagine waking up to the news that Steve Lansdown was selling up to Jean Claude Van Dam.
  6. I think one of the guys on OSIB podcast said apparently Keith Downing knows him and just texted him Edit - my bad that was chris brunt I think
  7. According to the write up it was 2 x 60 minute games, with both teams putting out a completely different 11 for the second game, we won the first 1-0, lost the 2nd 1-0 looks like the 2nd game we put out a "weaker" side.
  8. Away games were always included in the Robins TV subscription... all league games for 15 quid a month! Not sure about the £10 a game pay as you go.
  9. Sorry if these have already been posted but these are a funny, interesting and ultimately admiring couple of takes on these keeper kits. Interestingly Jon Lansdown talks as if he was instrumental and chief visionary in making these designs happen... https://www.footyheadlines.com/2020/08/outstanding-hummel-bristol-city-20-21-goalkeeper-kits.html "From the beginning of this kit design process it’s something I wanted to re-create and thanks to everyone involved we’ve done that.” - JL https://www.90min.com/posts/hummel-release-outrageous-bristol-city-goalkeeper-kits "hummel h
  10. Wow.... makes you wonder how many stages of "sign off" this went through and how nobody at any point thought "wait... is there a chance this utter s**t?"
  11. I can see why they are a bit marmite but I personally love them. Always appreciated a colourful garish keepers top! Brings back memories of seeing David Seaman in some of those 90s England tops
  12. When some top sides are charging 100 quid plus for a shirt I think £50 isn't taking the p**s. I've opted for the red training top £35 comparative bargain and looks really smart
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