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  1. Surprised that nobody's mentioned the mid-week FA Cup replay at Elland Road in the 1970's. During the 3 day week, so was played in the afternoon I believe. Leeds were top of the old Division One, and I remember that Donnie Gillies had his picture on the front of The Times the following day. Surely that must have been a memorable day out?
  2. I wondered if the brothers now have more individual financial autonomy, following the passing of their father last month.
  3. Must be a hive of activity in the dressing room.
  4. They were installed after the racist chanting against Everton - they are for monitoring, not enhancement.
  5. Wasn't Jimmy Hill the actual instigator though, getting the final score of the other crucial relegation game announced on the tannoy before your game had finished?
  6. Soho Farmhouse just down the road - he can hook up with Dave and Vicky.
  7. I used to sing the Rory Gaffney version of this song - apologies to any Gingers that I may have inadvertently offended.
  8. The homophobic chanting was investigated after being reported, and found to have happened, hence the fine and instructing the club to draw up an action plan. I believe that the cctv showed that it was a group of younger fans who were responsible (no idea if the images were clear enough for them to be prosecuted), whereas with Spurs, they haven't yet found any hard evidence - hence the ongoing investigation.
  9. The flare was thrown by a Bromley "fan", when they thought they'd scored - presumably a glory hunter who didn't know that they played on a plastic pitch.
  10. Not looking for any excuses, just putting forward some possible reasons, the family thing being just one of them. He's certainly spent a lot of time away from home, so maybe that's a red herring from him, the other reasons I gave are facts - and maybe he feels Mansfield will provide him with more opportunities - a new job isn't necessarily about where you start, but where you think you will end up.
  11. His first opportunity to be a Manager, no brainer really as, if he'd turned it down, a Manager coming in from elsewhere would probably have wanted to bring his own backroom staff, and he'd have been out of a job.
  12. Can't blame him - his family live in Sheffield, so it would be much closer to home. Mansfield have a decent ground, training ground and some money for players - we don't tick any of those boxes. No room for sentiment in football, if it's a good deal for him then he has to take the opportunity.
  13. I can't remember the lights being on in the stands at the Take That concert, so it can't be a health & safety thing.
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