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  1. For one: the chance for us to witness a bone idle, severely limited player with a massively over-inflated opinion as to his abilities robbing a wage. Secondly: for those with a beef with WeeLee amunition when arguing he's got his selections and formations wrong.
  2. I, too, thought he'd never cut the mustard but fair play to him as his game has improved beyond all recognition this year, doubtless aided by playing with and against better players. Still things to work on but our most improved player by a mile.
  3. Thought he was the MoM yesterday.
  4. No you can't. Their desired system only works if each card has been used in the previous account period, has been pre-registered and without seeing them they also did not know which generation they were or what deposit was charged? By used, that means taking a journey, not touching in at a nachine. I've only ever managed to have 3 refunded via the in station process. It's deliberately made difficult to prevent people from claiming refunds. The only way to do it is to go not to a station but a customer service centre and queue up. Present a pile of cards and they claim that they're unable to process given they've other customers to serve.
  5. Not quite. I know a thing or two about data and Government knows surprisingly little about you, they certainly aren't spying in your living room or bedroom. Google, Amazon, Samsung and Sony on the other hand.....not to mention Tesco & Sainsbury's for wider profiles.
  6. I've got 40 in my drawer. Ever tried to cash them in to get the deposits back, don't bother. There's only 4 places you may do so, they're never open or have endless queues.
  7. Went with the lad to see The Netherlands Vs Spain at the Amsterdam Arena. Inside early, went to buy some beers and....what! Arena Card only and whilst you could 'top up' inside the ground at that time you could only buy cards themselves from the outlet outside. Also, I recall there was a minimum €20 card or whatever so if you only wanted a pint and weren't a regular it proved a mighty expensive drink.
  8. Yeah, I love standing behind the potless numpty in the queue who feigns surprise when their contactless purchase (sic) gets rejected and proceeds to spend 10 minutes obfuscating attempting to cadge something for n'owt. 'Hold on whilst I call my bank...' - that's going to work in the drinks queue on the concourse......
  9. Don't tell the Mayor ......
  10. Last two trains are diverted so all stations between Swindle and TM are buses.....
  11. Makes I laugh deez "superfans". So BS3centric they comprehend, not, that for quite a few of us virtually every game is an 'away day'. Honourable mention for those who recalled going to Luton only to enjoy the boozer courtesy of late abandonments but I note no superfan hereabouts references our greatest ever triumph at Kenilworth, the night in 92 when we drew 1 all and QUALIFIED FOR EUROPE! Now that was a party enjoyed by few.....
  12. I note NTTDS is somewhat silent on trains coming back going no further than Swindle. Consolation being by the time the replacement bus service gets back Parson Street will just be opening for a new day's business.....
  13. Having watched live on TV I wrote my comments on the matchday thread and whilst the officials were poor throughout (usually in favour of PNE,) the key decisions being debated hereabouts they got right. There's also no link between The Bloke From Knowle and Bauer incidents, so why compare? As many have picked up, though it looked harsh in real time when the feed showed the reverse angle it's clearly a foul by TBFK (pushing plus he oversteps with his right peg.) In Bauer's case many like to circulate images of him on the way down but fact is when he jumps and makes contact with the ball he's not using Baker as a lever. Baker himself often gets unfairly called for this when running to meet the ball his opponent fails to jump, stops or backs in thus forcing him over the top which though often adjudged a foul is nothing of the sort. I note few comments on the fact our first should have been chalked off for handball by Williams.
  14. To the OP - No. I related when we signed him what his youth coach and first manager said of him, ' he's the potential to play lower league football but is nowhere near good enough for The Championship.' Taylor scored a hatful at that level, never looked like doing so with us. There are hundreds of other examples of players reaching their heights in Divs 3&4.
  15. Fitzpatrick didn't arrive for at least two seasons after Big Cheese was initially crocked. Either at the end of our 3rd season in the top flight else start of the season we were relegated. Now drives a Glasgow Taxi.
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