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Eddie Hitler

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  1. Yes. The only possible that comes to mind is the US women's team coach.
  2. Well, after all the laughs they've given us stretching all the way back to the Wonga loan and the watertight contract with Sainsbury's I am happy to acknowledge that these financing changes are without question tremendous news for the Rovers. No qualifying statement it is simply very good news indeed. Now with that conceded please go back to making us laugh.
  3. It does but it seems to be an afterthought under the assessment of Preston's chances as we are not even highlighted in bold. At first glance I thought they had totally ignored us.
  4. If there is a widespread financial crisis within football and the English league resets to 1989 before Italia 90 made it cool and then it sold its soul to the Premier League and TV money then I will be absolutely delighted. A lot of smaller clubs will go bust, but they will reform as phoenix clubs so no worry there, but what's really required is for the big foreign owned clubs to go bust. Man City, Man Utd, Liverpool, Spurs, Arsenal. If they all collapsed then the foreign owners and their money would go elsewhere, the TV money would evaporate, and we would be back to having local bo
  5. Wear one on your forehead as well and pretend you're the Lord Humungous:
  6. Corrrect. It was his frst few games that he was getting good reviews; I thought it was further back.
  7. I did say "British Isles". I really like Porridge but the nature of the setting means that not very much can happen and most episodes are similar. Last of the Summer Wine is like that, they're always enjoyable to watch (IMO) but there is very little going on. With the ones I listed there is a lot of variety through the episodes which isn't something that you can really achieve in a prison. Steptoe and Son is the same - great scripts, superb acting - but 90% - 100% of each show is shot within the static set of their main room whilst they recount things that have gone on outs
  8. They were rating him very highly early in the season but yes I haven't heard much about him since Christmas.
  9. I'd say our strategy has been to have a budget that gives us a likely chance of finishing between 6th and 12th which then means getting lucky one season which will probably will. We are also bumping up against the rolling three year FFP rule as it is with decent player sales required to prevent our being fined. You can certainly accuse that of being a safety first approach but with what has happened the last few months has pushed it into a possibly great strategy. A lot of owners have stretched themselves too far and will be releasing and selling huge chunks of their squads simply to
  10. The development sites I have knowledge of - about ten - are up and running. These are well funded operations so probably did build up the stores in advance. These are also all build contracts, as opposed to Persimmon or whoever building them themselves for sale, so they have a guaranteed profit margin and therefore will be keen to avoid delays. They can probably also outbid those on tighter margins for materials.
  11. Yep, construction sites have been back to normal for a good few weeks now.
  12. No, it must have survived another year after that. I think David Seal scored one. goes off to check It can only be the 2-0 win there on 27 Feb 1996 so your memory is better than mine. Maybe Seal made the assist then; I couldn't find the goal scorers.
  13. I don't think, outside of being the first club to go Div 1 to Div 4 in successive seasons with Wolves later copying us, that we were a joke club. That said: The redeveloped Ashton Gate. It is hard to overestimate quite how much a top stadium serves to benefit a club. It looks absolutely iconic in photographs and massively impresses fans of other clubs and potential signings as well as existing players and fans. Nothing makes a club look worse than a ropey stadium. I remember a winter evening away game at Brighton's literally crumbling Goldstone Ground. They could have
  14. There are very few that remain funny despite several viewings; these all stand the test IMO: Fawlty Towers Dad's Army Father Ted (British Isles!) I'm Alan Partridge Blackadder Though I don't disagree with the ones listed upthread albeit I haven't seen some of them; or even heard of The Smoking Room tbh. There are lots though that I found hilarious at first viewing but which didn't work as well the second time when you knew the twist / surprise. One Foot in the Grave in particular; laugh out loud funny the first time and then the next time you know the
  15. Plymouth should never have gone down in the first place; they only did because the EFL took so long to throw Bury out. There is a possible points deduction for Macclesfield for a rules breach which may reprieve Stevenage. I hope so; not because I have any interest in Stevenage but because Macclesfield are a shambles and regularly fail to pay their players.
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