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About Taz

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  • Birthday 12/09/1984

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  1. I tend to get one every few years, otherwise there really is no difference in them. Also finding that I have less and less free time to sit down and play anything, and with our first baby on the way I can't see that changing anytime soon Also read in the last few days that there will be no demo released this year. Make of that what you will. To be honest, unless I come across it on marketplace for a stupidly low price, then I doubt I will get this one. I have 20, and haven't played that that much really. I've just downloaded Pro Evo on gamepass (don't usually like the Pro Evo series
  2. Depends which way you look at it. If I were to say to you that a non-league club who is struggling financially and has a poor Infastructure, has managed to get themselves a few promotions in the last 5 years and are now plying their trade in League 1, then you would say that they have been a relatively successful club wouldn't you? NLBR - Non League Bristol Rovers. Punching above their weight since 2016.
  3. Advancing to the next round if they beat Spurs
  4. Openreach. The company that took nearly 3 years to decide they should start looking at installing fibre broadband into a new build estate, which coincidentally is about 3 years old. Along come another company, install the Infastructure, and get most of the estate on board within a week of it going live. As strange as the TV story is, I'm less surprised that it turns out it took them so long to find what the fault was....
  5. Was his sister in front of him?
  6. Well to be fair, teams like Spurs should have a big enough squad to be able to play at least 5/6 first team players, and a few fringe players, with a few youth players on the bench. Even if it means one Spurs side plays Monday, the Orient game is Tuesday, and the next game is Thursday, they should be able to cope. Clubs like Orient need competitions like this for the extra revenue.
  7. Presumably at the training ground? Could be a temporary measure until we move to the new one - honestly don't know. Difference between us and "someone else" is that we WILL move into a new facility, and that one won't have any tents. "Someone else" will end up putting up more tents and try to double their capacity. Actually, I'm surprised they haven't tried putting more tents on top of the existing ones to improve the ground.....
  8. Nobody ever won the league after 2 games. Coventry will probably see a successful season as finishing around 15th or above. Stoke will probably be happy with a midtable - 8th placed finish (or higher) due to their poor season last time out. Encouraging start, but let's save the willy waving for a few months shall we? At least then we would have played some teams who will be fighting for the top 8 of the league.
  9. I actually went out (very briefly) with one of those. Was actually very attractive. Definitely not right in the head though - weird bird
  10. Correct. We've played giant guess who and everything this afternoon....
  11. The bar is probably better, and that's even with the mysterious sticky patches on the carpet that have been present since babestation appeared...
  12. To be fair even the cardboard cutouts don't want to be watching that crap and are asking for a refund.
  13. All 3 were overpaid and underperformed whilst here. Stewart was on the decline, but should have done so much better when here. We signed him about 2 years too late, but we would never have stood a chance of signing him previously to this. Liked his drink too much and was too comfortable being "home". Bridges was an injury waiting to happen. That's the only way we were able to sign him - nobody else at the time was willing to take a chance on him. I dare say we paid for him to move to Carlisle afterwards. Wilkshire - Middlesbrough reserve player who flattered to deceive. As some
  14. Rovers Four Quarters Cider - Makes you want to shag yer sister....again.
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