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  1. Personally think the only hope we have is if Cardiff lose tonight. A draw for them sees us out of it really. They are certainly primed to win their last 2, so I think they definitely get to 70 points. If they draw tonight then we can’t catch them. We need to win all 3, and we’ll end up level on 70, whilst trying to turn around an 8 goal swing. Highly unlikely. But only a Cardiff loss tonight will keep us realistically in it.
  2. We could actually get the best of both. Hughton’s middle name is Gerard. So if we employ Chris, we could semi-hyphenate his name and call him Gerard-Hughton.
  3. Was that the season Rovers thought they’d stayed up, invaded the pitch in celebration, but ended up getting relegated by a team wearing their own kit the next week? Or was it the time when the lightning forced the postponement of the game? Ha ha, gotta love Wycombe for their superb gas-trolling over the years.
  4. The club can always say no. Anyway, I’m not bothered about all those games you listed - 27 wrongs don’t make a right. It’s a transparency issue. Robins TV or refund - options given and decisions made. 2 days later 2 kick offs are changed. Now another. That’s 3 of the 9 games they ‘sold’ me. 33.33%. One third. It’s not very transparent. I don’t care who’s decision it is, it’s bull.
  5. I was at a dinner with Clarke Carlisle late last year. He spoke of his time at Northampton when Akinfenwa was his team mate there. He said he’s never known a bloke like him - an absolute leader and the best team mate you could wish for.
  6. Who’s 24th in all those stats? Is it our smelly neighbours?
  7. That’s a much fairer argument. Good on ya sir. I honestly don’t mind that some people don’t fancy SG as our boss. That’s fine. It’s when reasons are invented to make a case against that it gets a bit silly.
  8. Aha. All makes sense now. In other news.... Sashiko (Japanese: 刺し子, literally "little stabs" or "little pierce") is a form of decorative reinforcement stitching (or functional embroidery) from Japan that started out of practical need during the Edo era (1615-1868). Traditionally used to reinforce points of wear or to repair worn places or tears with patches, making the piece ultimately stronger and warmer, this running stitch technique is often used for purely decorative purposes in quilting and embroidery. The white cotton thread on the traditional indigo blue cloth (said to recal
  9. So you’d rather a manager comes in and is average, not achieving anything, just so’s he can’t be poached by a bigger club? Anyone that comes in and achieves something with us will be off to a bigger club. It’s a stepping stone for anyone that arrives - players, managers, staff, all of them.
  10. So you now don’t like Gerrard because he brought in a lot of players. Hughton signed about 13 in his first window at Birmingham. Slaviša signed 14 in his first window at Fulham. Any manager we appoint will want to bring in some players. I think you’re now looking for any reason to dislike SG as an appointment.
  11. Jon. I think you write-off the impact a person and their ‘name’ can have. I don’t know what job you do, so let’s assume. 1) You’re a 14 year old lad playing for the school team. Your teacher tells you Michael Appleton is coming to watch you play tonight. You may raise your game to impress. Now your teacher tells you Gerrard is coming to watch. You probably raise your game a few more percentiles. 2) You’re an author. You’re writing a short story for your brother. You’re obviously gonna make it as good a story as you can. Now you’re writing a story that’s gonna be proof-read by Stephen
  12. Hey Zombie. I know you popped your tin hat on so I’m not gonna disappoint, ha ha. You’ve referenced in quite a few posts that u19’s should be in an excluded group, because you say that they’ll be more exposed than others once schools open. I just wanted to challenge that a little. What makes my 6 year old, in a class of 28, being socially ‘bubbled’ from the rest of the school, more exposed than blokes who work in close contact with hundreds of others in factories, blokes who’ve been getting down the boozer and mingling with hundreds of others out on the lash, those who work
  13. They must have hired Laporte, Fernandinho & Edersen LLP, rather than Stones, Otamendi & Bravo LLP.
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