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  1. Done. There's been no release that I know of, but the main site is showing the 5th round game as being on Wednesday the 10th.
  2. How many Bristolians are in our first team? because that'd be the only guys still conscious after the first foot.
  3. Yep. The bars would hike prices due to running out all the time.
  4. At face value, including Sheff Utd (any one of 9th - 11th of feb) that is two-per-week from 16/01 all the way to 06/03. With one of those guaranteed to be put back if we get to the Quarters.
  5. Thanks for reminding us of last weekend's laughable commentary.
  6. Can we retitle this thread as "Pong raised over Pring's prang"?
  7. Saturday's ref is a Sagittarius, lives with his 90-year-old Aunt, likes crossword puzzles and his idea of a perfect Sunday involves repeats of Heartbeat and a nice roast dinner.
  8. TMO is widely held to be far more respectable as a scoring judge than VAR yet serve the same purpose with almost the same methods. It's not the system, it's the people.
  9. With systems in place both before and during VAR, ego issues are rife in football refs in this country at the top level. We never hear of official censure by the FA of referees for incompetence, they are mostly left to rot and fall down the league ladder. The biggest problem with enabling further discpline of players on-field is that it would not innately ensure the refs are held to the same standards.
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