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  1. Colemanballs

    Graham Potter

    Not really. He was all over the papers when Ostersunds played Arsenal in the Europa league. He's a very promising coach. Not convinced Swansea is the right fit for him though.
  2. Colemanballs

    Our Callum in action tonight

    Anyone see it? Sounded from the report I read that he had a good game.
  3. Colemanballs

    Magnússon on his way

    I got the impression that, when he was in the team, the team generally played better than when he wasn't. I'd guess, but don't have time to check, that results were better too.
  4. Colemanballs

    Fantasy Premier League- OTIB league

    Impressive. Nice one.
  5. Colemanballs

    Fantasy Premier League- OTIB league

    Congratulations. Out of interest, how many points did you get?
  6. Colemanballs

    Should he stay or go

    I really want Lee to succeed but I have concerns. Even if we start like a train next season and are top of the league after 15 games, many fans, some players and maybe Lee himself, will be fearing and some no doubt expecting that a terrible run is just around the corner. Psychologically, that's not a great place for a football club to be.
  7. Colemanballs

    Ever watched Rovers at home not playing City?

    Went twice. First game I ever went to, Versus Chesterfield I think. Somehow my grandad got free tickets. I'd guess I was seven or eight. We were up high watching from behind a glass screen. Everything else I've blanked out. Went while I was at University so would have been early to mid-eighties. My mate supported Millwall and we drove down on the spur of the moment. We couldn't get in the away end for some reason so we blagged our way into one of the Rovers' stands. I figured we'd try and lay low but my mate wasn't having any of it. He stood on his seat and started bellowing Millwall songs. Funnily enough the seats around us emptied pretty sharpish and we had no bother whatsoever. Pretty funny really as my mate was a toff who'd gone to Harrow and neither of us could fight our way out of a paper bag.
  8. Colemanballs

    I'll take 4th bottom now

    Again. Look at who we've played and how many points they've got when not playing us. A side with realistic mid-table ambitions would expect a better return than 5 points from those 4 games.
  9. Colemanballs

    I'll take 4th bottom now

    As I pointed out on the match day thread, the four teams we've played so far, between them, have amassed a total of 10 points from 16 games. 5 (exactly half) of those points have been won in the 4 matches against us. In their other 12 games they've managed to accrue a spectacular 5 whole points. We may be mid-table for now but that suggests we won't be for much longer unless we improve dramatically.
  10. Colemanballs

    How far around the globe are we spread?

    Chiang Mai. Northern Thailand.
  11. Colemanballs

    Number One

    2nd October 1976. Lost 2-1 to Ipswich at home. I was 12. Abba - Dancing Queen Meh! Looking at the other number ones for that year, the Wurzels were riding high in June, smack bang in the middle of the summer break.
  12. Colemanballs

    LJ on Talksport

    Thanks. I was too lazy to even cut an paste the link. I do like that last quote.
  13. Colemanballs

    LJ on Talksport

    Nice article in the Guardian too. Media department in a mission?
  14. Colemanballs

    Next England Manager

    He's apparently got an interview. https://www.theguardian.com/football/2016/jul/10/sam-allardyce-interview-england-job I never thought I'd say this but, I'd probably give it to him. His pragmatic approach is probably what is needed. And at least we'd have a plan.
  15. Colemanballs


    He says 'coming to a head'. That doesn't necessarily mean it will be a 'yes'.