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  1. He didn't call YOU a Gashead or Taffy, he said that you were worse than any Gashead or Taffy who has ever posted on here. Face the facts, WMP would have only decided to settle before it went to Court if they were pretty sure that the verdict would not have been in their favour.
  2. Excellent news. Well done to the 10 for not giving up, and to all the people who supported them.
  3. Absolutely vile - probably in vain, but I hope that this person is tracked down and dealt with.
  4. That's how these people operate, integrating themselves into organisations which give them the opportunity to have contact with children, such as church organisations, sports clubs, youth groups etc. In my view, far too serious a topic to be used to take a cheap shot at a rival football club.
  5. Hope that you find him soon. Don't give up hope - saw this on our vet's FB page last week: A rather heart warming story to end the working week This is Coco, who was brought into the practice as a stray by a member of the public. After scanning him for a microchip, we were both surprised and delighted to be able to reunite him with his owner, after going missing 8 years ago! The importance of microchipping really cannot be emphasised enough. We wish Coco and his reunited family all the very best
  6. The chants you have quoted are considered offensive and homophobic - there is no differential, a chant either is or isn't in contravention of the law. It made the news because there was a thread about it on a Rovers' forum, and that's where the "journalists" get their news these days. It shouldn't be happening.
  7. Just reading one of Tony Adams' books, apparently Arsenal only trained for 45 minutes a day under Arsne Wenger.
  8. The Rovers Former Players Association was in touch with him a couple of years ago, to see what help they could offer, and were looking to get him to The Mem as guest of honor for a game. I think that due to his health difficulties, he had not felt able to come to a match. So sad for his family to lose him at such a young age. RIP Junior.
  9. Lovely set up they've got - watched the match from the comfort of the air conditioned bar on a roasting hot day. Decent food too.
  10. Is there anything to be worried about regarding these offshoot companies being struck-off? All a bit too complicated for my pea sized brain!
  11. If the player concerned had decided to just live his life openly, it would only be a matter of weeks before the scum element of our press were all over it, with "exclusive" photos of him and his partner. At least this way, he has more control as to how it is introduced to the public arena. Even in these enlightened times, I think that he is being very brave to put his head above the parapet. Unfortunately, certain groups of people always seize on what they perceive to be a person's "weakness" and use it to taunt them - no more so than when at a football match, surrounded by their like minded mates. I hope that, as now happens with racism, they are identified by other fans and swiftly dealt with by the authorities.
  12. Wimbledon had it first, then we came along and stole it.
  13. Well done to him for speaking out. Mental health can fester for years before somebody seeks help, unfortunately for some, it clouds their judgement so much that they don't make it through. Best wishes to him, and I hope that he enjoys a healthy future with his boys.
  14. Surely he doesn't need to dilute the shares held by other people though, as they can't stop him anyway, due to the small amount of shares held outside of the family?
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