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RedM last won the day on May 29 2019

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  1. How are you so sure that we haven’t got scouts there?
  2. Should I not be embarrassed that she has come out with this drivel? Actually I am embarrassed that any human being thinks like this, I thought we had evolved from the Cavewoman. Well I am and she no way represents me.
  3. This is the biggest load of rubbish I have ever heard and as a female I am embarrassed by her attitude Chartered Management Institute head Ann Francke said sports banter can exclude women and lead to laddish behaviour such as chat about sexual conquests. "A lot of women, in particular, feel left out," she told the BBC's Today programme. "They don't follow those sports and they don't like either being forced to talk about them or not being included."
  4. I was impressed with the number of Bears hats on show though, we must have sold loads
  5. Gary Lineker and Co commented more than once how they enjoyed watching a game without VAR at Shewsbury, or words to that effect
  6. Maybe their experience of being in finals before helped them as they certainly settled better. We were always behind and although we clawed the game back to touching distance a few times we never got ahead, that has to affect you mentally. Good game though and players and fans should be proud.
  7. And they are still there singing, doubt if our stewards would have let us be on the pitch that long. And now the Shrews manager is praising Max which is nice
  8. By not getting the Liverpool game the club has lost out on £1.Xm. I wont put the exact figure i was told but my info was that the money was from this game alone. They had worldwide interest and enquiries, obviously for Liverpool not us as potential hosts, but by not beating Shrewsbury we lost well over £1m.
  9. Good game but made me really decide that I hate the fact that the fans are mixed. I had quite a few Glousc sitting next to me. Our stadium is 'weird', they 'couldn't hear a thing' (from us, not the speakers) and the Bristol chant 'unimaginative'. That's when they weren't constantly in and out of the row for beers or toilet. i took great delight celebrating every point
  10. it was over that, just for the club alone.
  11. I agree. If we had been going to Anfield I would have been gutted as I wanted to return after all those years. Liverpool at home and all the 'friends' I suddenly had because they thought I could get them a ticket as I have a ST was another thing. Where were they a couple of weeks ago on a Tuesday night?
  12. Not only the late finishing of the rugby season, but perhaps the possibility of us wanting the pitch for rugby playoffs now Saracens have removed themselves from the mix?
  13. Look, I’m not saying Taylor is the answer but surely a body giving us an option from the bench is better than nothing for the short term?
  14. My two penny worth of thoughts, if they are indeed worth that much; January is a difficult window, yes. But it is pretty much the same for everyone yet some other teams seem to be able to use it better, and get the best out of being able to move players in and out. A decent addition not only sends a positive message to the fans but to team mates too. Some players will be looking to see what help is arriving and gauging where their clubs ambitions lie. A lack of new blood may have current players looking at their options for their future away from the club.
  15. I agree. Taylor has often looked better coming on as a sub than a starter, but I think that was mainly due to him not playing regularly, so a bit chicken and egg. He has a spell where he wasn’t fit, then he was injured and had an op and then not match fit so I really don’t think we saw the real MT very often. And now it seems he is fit and scoring and playing games ( or he was ) and yet again we have got a player to that position and another team is benefitting. I think Swindon for example have had both their players they’ve had on loan recalled by their parent clubs after scoring well, we’ve taken a punt on worse players than Taylor before, why not?
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