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In the Net

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  1. Those drink prices sound pretty standard compared to other concerts I've been to, some people just like to have something to complain about.
  2. It's an absolute embarrassment - mainly spotty oiks who have no knowledge of what they are actually singing about, but think it makes them look tough.
  3. Sorry - I didn't mean you in particular, just that in general some people may perceive it as more widespread than it probably was.
  4. It only takes one person to do something like this, doesn't mean the whole club was riddled with racism at the time. Might have been a generational thing, where the person concerned still thought it was acceptable "banter".
  5. Never seen that before - he seems like a down to earth bloke. Always enjoy John E Morgan's commentaries - please don't tell me he's one of your lot!
  6. Unfortunately it's the final that the organisers wanted, they will keep quoting the attendance figure, and lauding the competition as being successful. I haven't attended one of the CT matches this season, and wouldn't have been there today. There's much more at stake for football in general, when measured against the delights of a day out in north London.
  7. Yes, the only downside is losing out on the extra income, which, as you know, would have come in useful, given our circumstances. I couldn't bring myself to actually hope for us to lose tonight, but I'm glad that we'll be playing the scheduled league fixture against Luton that weekend - avoiding relegation is the priority. I'm a boycotter, but, to be honest, at the end of the day money will talk. If the Premiership dangle a large enough carrot to get their B teams into the league, too many lower league clubs are in financial straights to be able to vote against it. The revival of the Br
  8. Team bonding is a very important factor, this has been found out at Rovers since Brown, Harrisson (and, dare I say MT) have gone. I guess that every club goes through times when they have 11 men who happen to wear the same shirt, as opposed to 11 who would run through brick walls for each other.
  9. Never realised that Collier's career stalled so quickly after leaving Ashton Gate - wasn't he tipped for England honours early on?
  10. Now now, you know that we only come in via the secret tunnels!
  11. I guess they're hoping for larger attendances, having the smaller clubs at home - will make the figures look better for Harvey's spin. Can't see many Sunderland fans travelling down, when they've already been here on the Saturday. I'm still boycotting.
  12. There will be two warm balls in the bag, for sure.
  13. I didn't realise that Keith Fear was transfer listed at that time - was this his choice, or the club's?
  14. Interested to know who these two players are? Cheers.
  15. Exactly as it should be since the EFL turned this comp into a farce. Well done to all those who boycotted the game tonight.
  16. He's West Ham - it's his stepson who supports Rovers.
  17. I believe that's what was shown in the last set of accounts. Will be interesting to see how much extra the new CEO has put on wage bill - I haven't a clue what he does either!
  18. He's just the frontman, who gets thrown under the bus by owners when they want a mouthpiece to address the unsettled fanbase, or deliver bad news (UWE stadium cancelled). Not sure that he knows much more than the fans to be honest. He gets paid £70k per annum - I'd do it for £50k if they asked nicely.
  19. I knew people who supported both teams, it just felt like the right "fit" for me - no doubt I've left myself open to loads of abuse by saying that! It could partly be due to the fact that I do always tend to take the side of the underdog in any competition, oh, and blue is my favourite colour.
  20. I was taken to watch both as a child, and chose Rovers when I was old enough to go to matches on my own. Of course I would love us to have your wealth, and all that it brings with it, but Rovers are my club of choice and that's the way it will stay.
  21. You are correct - Boston beat us 2 - 0
  22. I know - the clue is in the title of the thread!
  23. Spice Girls are getting back together for a tour - could be the 3rd announcement?
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