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GrahamC last won the day on May 19

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  1. The return of Eros

    No, not according to the Senegal squad for that game on Wikipedia he hasn't. Hörður has been picked, but it is a week prior to our next game and he hasn't been a starter for us anyway.
  2. The return of Eros

    Unfortunately if you Google his off field activities you will find he is a pretty disgusting human being, so I for one am glad we didn't.
  3. Lou Alexander

    Just read that, so desperately sad. As someone more than happy to slag off The Post, it is a really well written piece, too.
  4. The return of Eros

    Me too. Not like they would be leaving out Lukaku or Aguerro to fit him in, is it?
  5. The return of Eros

    9 league games in and Wilbraham hasn't started any of them for Bolton yet, so I'd think it unlikely. However with just 2 points gained all season and only 4 goals scored, they must be approaching "anything is worth a try" territory soon....
  6. Terry Cooper : Flashback for the fans.

    That is an excellent, but largely forgotten point. When Gordon Banks makes what is seen as the best save ever from Pele's header, it is Coops that Jairzinho pisses past to put the cross in. That was the level of player he was on the same pitch as at his very best. To think he was managing players in his first season with us who were Western League standard shows just how much he cared and loved football.
  7. Terry Cooper : Flashback for the fans.

    I could not be arsed to write Phillipson-Masters...
  8. Terry Cooper : Flashback for the fans.

    You are spot on, mate. Cooper's first 3 signings were Riley, Crawford & Ritchie. His next 2 were Peter Johnson, a left back on a season long loan from Newcastle & Forbes PM. Along with John Shaw, himself & a bunch of kids that was all the players we had in 82/83.
  9. Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    Yep. Had less today than Argyle, who are rock bottom, 3000 less than Notts County in League Two. ******* massive...
  10. Villa v Forest

    Albert to score (again) because he is a lovely chap. Not remotely bothered who wins, to be honest.
  11. Good point. Remember that snarky Post pre season article that said we would be bottom after six games? Wonder if those ***** would like to print a retraction?
  12. All Things County Cricket

    Yep, the only positive has to be that we sack this clown. Took over a side that used to challenge for every competition and relegated them. **** off back over the bridge you bluffer.
  13. Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread

    Was this horseshit seriously in the Post? "The club has wasted no time in getting to grips with the suggestions" **** off. They'll print any old rubbish about them, won't they? Though fair play to the comedian who actually suggested they provided a roof. Hard to know which of the two is more of a joke.
  14. Team for tomorrow

    Interesting, no mention in midweek that Paterson was rested, was there..
  15. Team for tomorrow

    I know LJ implied the team that beat Derby would start, but I would be very surprised if he didn't make one change from it and keep Diedhiou in. The bloke has 3 goals in his last 3 games and is really the only striker of his type we have who is fit. I know Woodrow scored last week but I do see Famara as an upgrade on him. Otherwise I think the OP has it spot on, though wonder if he might find a place for Hegeler (very good midweek) on the bench as we are away, maybe instead of Eliasson?