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  1. Price of football 2017 report

    Expense is subjective is the point. £40-60 for two adults for two hours of entertainment every other week is expensive for some and not for others. The price of food in Peru and Bolivia was cheap for me but not for the average Peruvian or Bolivian.
  2. Price of football 2017 report

    I agree with Monkeh and the statement: "So if you cannot afford to do something every week then it is expensive" is self defining, so very logical. A 20p packet of polos is expensive for someone who is penniless. Football may not be expensive for you but most definately is for some and regular attendance is out of the question.
  3. Does O'Driscoll deserve some credit ?

    Sadly for SO'D, football managers need a degree enough of relational skill to keep people on side when results and performances are disappointing. Southampton sacked their manager last season on the grounds that he wasn't liked despite finishing 8th and achieving a league cup final appearance. Allardyce had West Ham going better than they are now and a key criticism of Ronald Koeman was that he was aloof and did not connect with Evertonians. S'OD openly slated the fans during the aftermath of the derby, conducted himself as a statue in the dug out and lost the plot with a journalist. Rightly or wrongly, this was a significant factor during his tenure here.
  4. Big Rivalry?!

    I just envisaged a Welsh elephant trumpeting "Boyo!" before ravishing some unsuspecting sheep. Bizarre - but I thought I'd share with the class. Growing up, Cardiff weren't really on my radar as we never played them. I invested my hatred into R*vers and Swindle. Since they beat us in the play offs that year, and them being complete w@nke rs of course, I now naturally hate them too. Happy days
  5. City vs Manchester - Dustbin Thread (merged)

    Since Liverpool in '94 we've played then Premier League clubs: Newcastle in '95 Everton in '95, '99 and '05 Leeds in '97 Sheffield Wednesday in '99 Leicester in 'O1 and '03 Middlesbrough in '07 Manchester City in '07, Portsmouth in '09 .... and West Ham, West Brom, Watford, Stoke and Crystal Palace in recent times. I think that's it although have probabably missed some. We've also had a number of duals with Barcelona but none since 2013.
  6. Everton Sack Koeman {Merged)

    He was an Everton fan growing up in the 80's. He was on record saying when Bournemouth were first promoted that Goodison Park was the destination he was most looking forward too. I think the chemistry of any work place is important, not the recruitment officer. let it not be said, I know them well, that Evertonians don't harbour passion!
  7. Damage in the away end

    I defer to Big Tone who....
  8. If you ever need a good reason to attend Leeds game, here it is

    To Hartlepool and Back
  9. Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    Oh dear, it gets worse for them then
  10. Could Billy Bodin be the answer?

    Looking forward to it.
  11. Could Billy Bodin be the answer?

    I'm the good looking one Robbo It was meant as a joke (not a particularly funny one - although did get two laughs). You'll note I merely reversed the statement I was quoting. Shalom. Any updates from Mike?
  12. Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    Why of course Complex needs, challenging behaviour, attachment issues, material deprivation, cultural deprivation, low intelligence, limited education, pathological isms/intolerance of others, pathological lyers, a history of sexual and cross-species abuse, a history of homelessness, borderline personality disorder, persecution complex, hypermanic, ungrounded unfounded fear, have I mentioned anything about delusional yet? I believe a 4-0 loss has also sent them overnight from possible play-off contenders to the bridge so bi-polar tendencies as well. A psychiatrists wet dream if ever there was one. I jest of course - for anyone genuinely affected by any of the above diagnoses and issues.
  13. Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    Grandiose, narcissistic, ego-centric, entitled, removed from reality, lacking in self-awareness, alternative reality, victim mentality ...... take your pick
  14. Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    Live update:
  15. Could Billy Bodin be the answer?

    At an SC meeting many moons ago and again in a more confidential environment. I don't think you knew who I was but that is not the point. I meant post#71 as a joke, incidentally
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