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JollyestOli

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  1. Can't wait for the "Dolman Early Leavers Crowdies" moan threads.
  2. I have been and will continue to be, whilst not putting my life on hold.
  3. Should I and others put lives on hold because of that? I certainly won't be doing so, normality has to resume and fast otherwise the poverty caused from this will be a bigger killer than covid ever was.
  4. Fair enough mate. As someone that this virus poses little threat to I've put my life on hold enough for the last three months, it will be a massive relief mentally for normality to resume for me and to be able to look forward to seeing mates at the weekend, drinking and watching the footy.
  5. Pubs won't be open until the 4th so the first day back in them happens to be Cardiff at home. That's going to be a big day for a lot of people.
  6. I'm sure the club will be taking legal action over a public establishment looking to do a nice thing for our fanbase after what's been a torrid time. Bizarre.
  7. In local pubs yes I expect, but not at home. Two pubs in my local area (I live on "Rovers side of town") have already confirmed they'll be showing the games on Robins TV from the day they can legally reopen.
  8. I must admit I had little to no interest in the football season a few months back but now it seems like normality is slowly resuming and we'll be able to watch games in bars and with mates I'm quite excited again. This weekend's a no go of course so just going to watch it in a mates garden but beyond July 4th (funnily enough, Cardiff at home day) what are peoples plans, get in and around BS3 and watch it in pubs there? I imagine it'll be quite lively. From what I've read social distancing will be relaxed come the end of the month but given the gatherings we've seen all across beaches
  9. Whilst I agree I don’t think Jerry should be the one taking the brunt of this, the decision was clearly made above his pay grade and he isn’t paid enough to deal with the fallout from this bullshit.
  10. As if I’d just post that on here. Wait and see.
  11. Nope, it's a further extension beyond 2021.
  12. Great news. Reported by a Guardian journo, quoted by Gregor.
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