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  1. Doesn’t this show how much a game of opinions this is? Looking at Opta, Fam was MOM, Hunt rated the same as Baker and Dasilva was below them both.
  2. Nope, we drew 0-0 at their place (well, Dulwich Hamlet) and then 4-0 in he replay.
  3. I don’t care if Tomlin was an arse or not, I’d pay twice as much to watch that sublime goal against HU in the Championship, than I would to see us get absolutely creamed in the Prem...but then I’ve seen us struggle against Corinthian Casuals, so the past 5 years has been my nadir...
  4. I’m not sure of your point there? Al-Baghadadi is a terrorist, a leader of an organisation that thinks nothing of killing anybody, radical islamists included. Yes ISIL has supporters, certainly not in the millions, and possibly less than 100k. Radicalism, by its very nature is to be far outside of mainstream thinking, Baghadadi is far outside the thinking of the nearly 2 billion followers of Islam as to qualify him an expert on nothing. A PHD doesn’t make you correct, and a PHD from the worlds most radical Islamic university (that he attended because he failed his exams to go elsewhere) is therefor not that helpful. But, you are right, I’m sure he would disagree with me if he wasn’t too busy hidding in a mountain, eating grubs and ducking drones ...
  5. Just to clarify. 1) I’m sure I agree with many things that Robinson says, for example, “it’s dark at night” or “water is wet” , specifically though, he has a violent, fraud committing, racist thug. 2) The original post stated he, and his likes, were victimised because of their political views. You cannot be a victim if you are a perpetrator. End of. Finally though, you were right to pull me up on one statement I used, which was “uneducated”. What I should have said was “poorly educated” because, in any right minded society, to hold views that one colour or religion is inherently superior is the result of a bad education not no education.
  6. Two things here.. 1) Radical Islam is not Islam. Yaxley-Lennon doesn’t choose his target, he simply uses sweeping generalisations and an element of the population, including people on this forum, are simply too uneducated to understand they are being fooled. 2) you cannot victimise “Robinson”, he is a criminal thug, proven in more than one court of law, on more than one occasion. Hitler came across very well...that didn’t mean he had any good points (other than motorways)
  7. How the hell has this thread become about religion?? Tommy Robinson is a convicted criminal. He has served time for, amongst other things, violent assault as well as mortgage fraud. He has previously been banned from football grounds for 3 years, and is about to be banned again. So, ignoring the fact that he holds abhorrent views that some people on this thread support, what kind of person holds a man with his track record up as some kind of Messiah?
  8. I’ve had the postcard for years (although not since 1919!) and it was reading this thread that triggered the thought that Wedlock may be in it...like many, I was disappointed that he wasn’t 25 stone! Looks lighter than me!!
  9. And so, unless I am mistaken, (and its not my finest Photoshop repair) our famous Billy "Fatty" Wedlock is front and centre with the ball at his feet...
  10. I actually dug out an old postcard of City’s 1919/20 squad & realised that Wedlock was front & centre of the photo. I’ll pop it here when I work out where I saved the scan...
  11. Got to laugh about the fact that his brother was sat in S82 today...think he enjoyed it....
  12. Actually, at the risk of upsetting people, I enjoyed that too... Not sure I know why? We didn’t create a lot, but I thought we defended well and competed all over the park without ever looking as though we would make a break through. Not sure that was a sending off, but it didn’t happen early enough to change the game. Massengo though, wow...how do you get to play with 10 years Championship experience when you’ve only played 6 games??
  13. Marina simply oozing effortless class as usual... We all appreciate it’s a figurehead role, but no one should under appreciate the one constant through the modern history of our club... She is a wonderful lady...
  14. Ahh, but Portishead, where many players live, also has a Marina, a Grand Prix track (Team Sport Go kart) and the Working Men’s Club (Dominoes and Cards)...in itself, Monaco’s natural twin...
  15. Hmm...funny thing.. I googled news on just 3 of the names randomly (Im bored if you ask) 1. Charged and found guilty of a racially / religiously aggravated offence in May of this year 2. Nothing 3. Currently serving a lifetime ground ban Whilst I am sure "youthful exuberance" was the driver behind some of those arrested, clearly some others have a bit of a track record. Of course, all of them are innocent until found guilty in a court of law. And the football club should make no banning orders whatsoever on people that have not been found guilty of any crime, thats simply ridiculous. However, as being on the field of play is an offence, I'm guessing they could simply sweep them up in that one.
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