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Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread


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6 hours ago, bcfc01 said:

Thats not what you said earlier.

You were wrong.

Why not just say so, instead of trying to justify what you incorrectly stated ?

Over and out.

It is what I said from the beginning. 

The post you have quoted is literally the first one I said on the matter.

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6 minutes ago, fatchers said:

The Post showing its bias again. The blue third of Bristol will be creaming themselves over that.

Average attendance across the 2 clubs is 28000, they barely get 7000. It's closer to one quarter. 

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19 minutes ago, fatchers said:

The Post showing its bias again. The blue third of Bristol will be creaming themselves over that.

The article was written on 23 June 2020 by James Piercy, the Post’s sports editor and claims to have received 189K ‘likes’, unless I’m reading it incorrectly. It seems that delusion is not confined to the 15ers. 
 

The article states “It’s impossible to pinpoint exactly when a deal will be "done" in the formal business sense but a more realistic timeline would appear August, at the earliest.” thus I think that it’s merely a reprint of an earlier article which contained a complete load of bollocks that has never come to pass. 

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13 minutes ago, RedEd73 said:

Seriously....... Garner manager of the week! Another open top bus tour will surely follow......

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It was a very good result, against a team that had won all their games up to that point (obviously with the help of the mandatory penalty & sending off) but I'd be to embarrassed to receive Manager of anything having just won only my 4th game this year..! 

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38 minutes ago, Bar BS3 said:

It was a very good result, against a team that had won all their games up to that point (obviously with the help of the mandatory penalty & sending off) but I'd be to embarrassed to receive Manager of anything having just won only my 4th game this year..! 

Sympathy vote, innit.

Like the fat kid at school sports day who gets a certificate for 'effort'.

The fact most of his efforts seemed to be shovelling cake and attempting early onset of diabetes is irrelevant.

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43 minutes ago, Bristol Rob said:

Sympathy vote, innit.

Like the fat kid at school sports day who gets a certificate for 'effort'.

The fact most of his efforts seemed to be shovelling cake and attempting early onset of diabetes is irrelevant.

So it's no coincidence that my school sports day certificate for effort, has chocolate finger prints all over it..?! 

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It's the attention to detail that's helped Garner get this award. Things like paying attention to the length of the grass on the pitch. Not because it aids his teams passing but so that he can warn his players how likely they are to hurt themselves as they tumble to the ground all over the pitch. 

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2 hours ago, RedEd73 said:

Seriously....... Garner manager of the week! Another open top bus tour will surely follow......

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The media and Rovers excitement over the club’s form is ignoring a basic fault. Rovers have played 5 league games and only scored 6 goals. Three of them have been penalties, so it’s only 3 goals from open play in 5 matches. Unless Garner can keep the penalties flowing that’s going to be relegation form. I’d vote for him as manager of the month on that basis 

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3 hours ago, Bar BS3 said:

It was a very good result, against a team that had won all their games up to that point (obviously with the help of the mandatory penalty & sending off) but I'd be to embarrassed to receive Manager of anything having just won only my 4th game this year..! 

Rovers seem to have a hoodoo over Lincoln, they always do well against them

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3 minutes ago, phantom said:

Rovers seem to have a hoodoo over Lincoln, they always do well against them

Not always!  I think it was after the play-off game - a group of Gasheads were walking up a lane near the ground, and an old lady stepped out of her back gate and belted one of them around the head with a frying pan.  Has to be one of the strangest "weapons" used in fv. 

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1 hour ago, In the Net said:

Not always!  I think it was after the play-off game - a group of Gasheads were walking up a lane near the ground, and an old lady stepped out of her back gate and belted one of them around the head with a frying pan.  Has to be one of the strangest "weapons" used in fv. 

I approve!! Having been brought up on a Council Estate I once witnessed an old girl chase the local Tory MP down the hill armed with a frying pan....one of the funniest sights I've ever seen

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17 hours ago, Banned User said:

Average attendance across the 2 clubs is 28000, they barely get 7000. It's closer to one quarter. 

Is that why they "prowedly" call themselves "da famous quarterz"?

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8 hours ago, In the Net said:

Not always!  I think it was after the play-off game - a group of Gasheads were walking up a lane near the ground, and an old lady stepped out of her back gate and belted one of them around the head with a frying pan.  Has to be one of the strangest "weapons" used in fv. 

Good job she wasn't with her grandchildren or she may have received a damn good fondling..! 

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5 hours ago, JackofromSanJavier said:

I read the first three or so paragraphs and started losing focus.  This article is crying out for the professional services of @BigTone I suspect............🙏

As dad isn't online, I'll stand in.

Bugger all is happening!

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12 hours ago, Midlands Robin said:

It's the attention to detail that's helped Garner get this award. Things like paying attention to the length of the grass on the pitch. Not because it aids his teams passing but so that he can warn his players how likely they are to hurt themselves as they tumble to the ground all over the pitch. 

They're probably still finding horse shit on the pitch and trying to avoid the slip ups.

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