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Scrumpylegs

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About Scrumpylegs

  • Birthday 11/04/1973

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  1. Just done an (online) inflation calculator on this and the £48 season ticket is the equivalent of £204.13 today.
  2. Good player but just not needed. Kalas and Webster in the middle - simple as. No need to mess.
  3. You're not wrong there. Blackpool is full of nob heads too! Would take issue with the 1% thing though. I've been to England away games and would say that about 33% are pretty much as described above.
  4. Not wishing to rain on anyone's parade but the actual bookies odds of all the results we need actually happening equal just under 20-1!!
  5. It's frustrating trying to get through at the moment but what can the club do? They're not gonna take on an extra 20 staff (and train them) just to cover 1 or 2 busy weeks! Just got to be patient I'm afraid. Like others have said when you do get through staff are ultra-efficient not just temps who are likely to mess your tickets up anyway!!
  6. Gave up after waiting in queue for 40 minutes!!
  7. Basically the FA cup is just not a big draw these days. At the end of the day it's our 'b' team against Wolves 'b' team - and it's on the telly. Be lucky to get 15k I reckon!!
  8. I bet that a lot of parents were trying (and probably failing) to explain what was going on in that corner to their kids - who were utterly confused by those scenes!! They've grown up in a world where football grounds are a safe (and fun) environment. Truly cringeworthy behaviour (on both sides). Hope that those morons involved are banned and in the longer term get the 'help' that they clearly need.
  9. No chance!! Keeping my posts vanilla. #staying under the radar
  10. ........ On winning Manager of the Month for January. 5 games 5 wins. Roll on February!! ️
  11. Villa have staked EVERYTHING on going up this season and will be very much in the s**t if they're not promoted. Really reckless In my opinion- although some on this forum would be more than happy to see us do the same!!
  12. I think that all this stuff about players CHOOSING whether to play well or not is laughable. No player CHOOSES to play badly - that's not how human nature works!! There may be a number of reasons why COD has not played like that every week but him choosing not to is not one of them - I'm sure of that!
  13. Hmm. Some very strange comments from LJ there. He's usually very professional and 'corporate' even after a defeat. He seems rattled here. Could this be his 'stupid question' moment?
  14. Diedhiou has been cack for weeks now and today's performance was one of his worst. I thought that the cheering/booing was as much aimed at LJ as FD. Essentially, a large number of fans (me included) think that others should start ahead of him and the cheering was pretty much the only way to try to get this point across to LJ. In my view consistently starting him when he's bang out of form is going to shred his confidence far more than a few grumbles from the fans!!
  15. Moyes would not be paid anymore than LJ I would have thought. Like others have said his stock is low so BCFC is about the best level job he could expect at this time. Granted he's not done well at his last few clubs but the job he did at Everton demands respect. He took them from perennial underachievers and made them contenders - so that makes him perfectly qualified for this job!!
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