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  1. I wouldn't usually expect any City fans to want to watch any game involving these two teams, but we are going through a period like we have never seen before in the UK. A nine goal thriller, where Leeds looked to be in total control for most of the first half. Also, ex-City player Luke Ayling plays a belter of a game. Grab your beer and enjoy...
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    Sad Day

    My thoughts are with you fellow Red.
  3. He'll probably turn out to be a fake and run the club into the ground. How hilarious would that be?
  4. I can actually see them losing their league status in a few years time and someone being knighted for doing so. In fact, I'm willing to stake my mortgage on it...
  5. Yes, I've got a bad feeling about the final. Can you imagine what the Gashead's reactions will be if he scores and we lose? They'll cream themselves for years and treat him like a bloody hero...
  6. How would you feel about having to watch many players costing over £350,000 each?
  7. £24M in debt... Bristol Rovers president Wael Al-Qadi has told fans he will protect the club and its staff after the League One outfit announced debts of over £24m. Rovers made a loss of £3.4m for the year to June 2019, with their financial position also set to be impacted by the effects of the coronavirus pandemic. Their accounts show the club owe £16.2m to Dwane Sports, an offshore company owned by the Al-Qadi family. “We are continuing to work to ensure that the club comes out of these tough times in a strong position,” Al-Qadi said in a statement on the club website. "I understand that many supporters may be concerned about the increasing level of debt. “However, I want to reassure them that this position in the current football climate is not unusual. “The debt amounting is internal debt so doesn't affect the day-to-day running of the club, and my commitment to the club and its long-term aims remains as strong as ever. “Over the course of the 2019-20 season, a series of actions have been taken to substantially reduce the deficit, although the financial implications of the current pandemic will no doubt have an effect on this.” Bristol Rovers are 14th in the League One table, but the season has been postponed until at least 30 April because of the pandemic. "The impacts of this virus will hit all areas of the economy hard and football clubs are no different,” Al-Qadi added. "However, along with our executive team, I am doing all I can to ensure that everyone within the Bristol Rovers family is as secure as possible.”
  8. I watched the Palace 2nd leg on YT last night.....trying to pretend I didn't know the result !
  9. https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/52052351
  10. There must be a better way of resolving this issue. If this carries through to the EFL and Premier League, I'm sure some teams will take legal action.
  11. It's on YouTube. I still get goosebumps all these years after.
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