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GrahamC

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  1. Jordan Hugill

    Agree, either between his legs or at his face. Even If he wasn't booked as he clearly should have been, it would have stopped him cheating all game.
  2. Jordan Hugill

    Daniel Johnson. I actually thought he was the ref, though Huntington (who was repeatedly trying to get Djuric booked) and Pearson also seemed to be refereeing it at times. Hughill got away with repeated fouling thanks to the spineless officials.
  3. Not really. I know of 2 pensioner tickets where the individuals are both currently unwell & unable to go, plus another who struggles with night games because his wife has a medical condition that means she cannot be left without a carer.
  4. Tiny Penis - Groundhog Day!

    Think you mean John Laycock? Didn't he want Pulis but was absent from the vote, or something like that?
  5. Tiny Penis - Groundhog Day!

    Remember it well, I moved to Worcester that summer so commuted back for every single home game, I must have been mental. Also remember a mate christening October "month of the goal".. For those of you trying to compare Osman to that utter****, just remember he had about a quarter of the transfer funds Pulis did and was trying to grind out results one division higher..
  6. Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    Never seen that reported anywhere before and I am still extremely doubtful of it now. Those articles tend to be written by people who were barely out of Primary school at the time, if they were even born at all. I can't see why the Clive Whitehead contract would have been so widely reported and the others not, so personally I'm doubting they ever happened. What was clearly the case was that back to back relegations, dwindling crowds, unwise expenditure and several players well past their best (plus a couple, Julian Marshall and Peter Aitken who were simply crap) all lead to the Ashton Eight.
  7. Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    No argument with much of that mate but it isn't quite accurate to say the "players were on ten year contracts", just one, Clive Whitehead was (11 years actually), an understandable over reaction to Gary Collier leaving us under freedom of contract and he left us anyway, in a £100k deal to West Brom, as part of the fire sale which saw Gerry Gow & Tom Ritchie go to Man City & Sunderland..
  8. Duric concerns

    Think we could concentrate our resources on a new striker in January, Diedhiou out for a few months, Engvall & (seemingly) Woodrow not rated, Djuric with injury concerns and Taylor without a league goal in over nine months. Reid has done amazingly but without Diedhiou needs more help.
  9. Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    As usual Andy Howard of Radio Bris (who wangled that trip to Jordan to make that pathetic programme that blew smoke up Wael's arse) is giving him the Guardiola treatment on Twitter saying he is "coming out fighting" with absolutely no mention of what is it now? 8 defeats in the last nine games for that clown...
  10. Wales you had fun,your manager is off to Sunderland

    Leaving Coleman to one side think this is the crux of the matter, mate. Saw an article recently which said for a number of prominent managers, (it definitely mentioned Martin O'Neill & Steve Bruce amongst others), Sunderland was the only failure on their CV. You can now add Simon Grayson to that list. It has to be the club and what goes on there as much as the manager, therefore.
  11. Wales you had fun,your manager is off to Sunderland

    They had all the luck going in the Euros, beating a Russia side that gave up because they were virtually out, were totally outplayed by Slovakia before the Belgium game, where the British media always conveniently fail to mention that Belgium were missing 3 of their usual back four. Coleman is a mediocre manager who has bluffed it on the back of a World class player in Bale & a very good one in Ramsey, plus an aggressive policy of stealing English born players, as Ireland did in the 80s/90s. More convinced they'll go down now than if Grayson was given more time.
  12. Tonight's games (Merged)

    Coming back from a hip injury. Thought Mark Little had a steady game, playing as a conventional RB rather than as a RWB as he did for us. Awful game of football though.
  13. Wales you had fun,your manager is off to Sunderland

    Absolutely, he is a total ******* bluffer. His record as a league manager is vastly inferior to Simon Grayson and unlike Wales he won't have Gareth Bale to cover up his inadequacies, terrible appointment.
  14. Same team as Fulham on Sat (bar Bailey)

    Agree. Great news that Baker is fit & Paterson is back, but without knowing who the "niggling injuries" are, pretty much everything else is a guess. Having said that, I'd expect Bryan to revert back to LB and Magnússon to be on the bench. Personally I would start with Vyner, as with Bailey Wright back for Tuesday it would only be for one game and it would also mean another option in centre midfield or the chance to play 5 there if LJ wished to.
  15. Anglo Italian Cup 1992-93

    Centre half actually, yes, from Millwall (straight swap for Andy May), absolutely ******* rubbish though...
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