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  1. You might want to read it again, very closely, and have a little think . . .
  2. Oh dear. His utter bewilderment at a simple question about playing style betrayed a total lack of understanding about how the team is currently perceived by those who watch every week and a complete lack of insight. Cliche and banalities instead of any attempt to address the question. Worrying.
  3. Agreed; it’s very annoying. A simple way of putting it is that a week is seven days (presumably everyone would agree with that) & there aren’t two Saturdays in a week.
  4. The total seats in the stadium is 27,471. Like all other stadia, there are various reasons why a number of seats aren’t used in reality, including safety (not selling a proportion of seats in section 82), segregation and use by media organisations. That’s why the largest number of actual tickets sold in the stadium to date is 26,399 (for Bristol Bears) and for football only just over 26,000 (for the matches v Manchester United and Manchester City).
  5. I agree that this is poorly worded and is almost certain to mean a total of 23,000 sold including the away support, so still under 21,000 home tickets sold to date.
  6. It’s a shame that this awful podcast was published, because Lee normally sounds great in his post match interviews, but this was shockingly cringeworthy, with 9 out of 10 sentences not even making any sense in English let alone having any useful understandable meaning for the listener. With Gregor’s terrible, rambling, stuttering 6 questions in one (plus the answers he thinks he is going to get), the whole thing was a total car crash, made worse by it being marketed as a special edition. Gregor is not a broadcaster and has not got much better in the last couple of years - hesitant, waffling, circuitous delivery that is painful to listen to. And Lee goes from great and articulate (which he usually is) to speaking utter nonsense gobbledygook when he is encouraged to ramble. I would genuinely suggest it gets taken down before it becomes a total joke on social media.
  7. It must have been a great throw - all the way from 2016 . . .
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