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MATCHDAY LIVE: AFC Bournemouth v Swindon Town

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  • REPORTING BY SAM MORSHEAD & ANDY WARREN
  • FULL-TIME: Bournemouth 1 (Arter 26) Swindon 1 (Williams 85)
  • Andy Williams grabs a leveller for Town
  • Harry Arter gives the Cherries the lead from outside the box
  • Pitch deemed fit for play in second half despite heavy rain

5:35pm

That's that for us now folks, we're off to brave part the Dorset seas on the drive back to Swindon.

Andy Williams' late goal rescued a point for Town after Harry Arter had given Bournemouth a first-half lead at a sodden Dean Court, and a draw was a fair reflection of the game as a whole.

We'll see you in a week's time for the visit of Shrewsbury. Until then...stay warm and stay dry!

5:34pm

Town boss Paolo Di Canio has once again insisted he will do everything he can to keep his squad together.

Swindon Advertiser: Swindon Town boss Paolo Di Canio

KEEPING IT TOGETHER

“It is a shame if we lose some players, and we will work 60 hours a day because it would be a shame.

“I am really positive in the fact something can heppan in the next few days, we have to do everything to go up and stay in the top six for play-off.

“You can see how Chris and Danny play, and we have to keep going.

“In 20 days time we have to make sure those two players extend their contract until the end of the season, for the fans.

“We have to make sure to keep them, I can’t say today, but I hope so.

“I don’t expect help from the board, and at the moment we are working to extend.

“I can help and support this because I want to do this, we are talking about something we can get out for this kind of situation.”

5:32pm

Keeper Wes Foderingham made some great saves to help earn Town a point, and was pleased to be involved after being a spectator in a number of games this season.

Swindon Advertiser: Football player image for Wes Foderingham

WES FODERINGHAM

“If we were offered a point before the game we would have taken it, but in the first half they didn’t create much.

“Their goal was a bit of mayhem because Wardy went to clear, and Joe would put his hand up to say he should have cleared it.

“I have not had much to do in a few games, so it was good to make a save or two or today.
“I could hardly see because I had water in my eyes when I saved from Harry Arter.

“A few months ago we would have lost that game, and it was a great point.”

5:31pm

Town goalscorer Andy Williams was pleased to breath a sigh of relief when his second half shot hit the net.

Swindon Advertiser: Swindon Town's Andy Williams

ANDY WILLIAMS

“In the big scheme of things it was a great goal, but it was a poor game because of the conditions.

“Chris went through and the keeper came out, and my thought is always to shoot.

“I didn’t see the player on the line at first, but thankfully it went infor me.

“We didn’t talk about the conditions even though we knew they were horrendous, and we treated it as a normal half-time break.

“We were the only side who looked like winning it, and maybe we had time to snatch it at the end.”

5:28pm

The game was in doubt at half-time, but Di Canio admitted he had played in worse conditions in the Premier League.

Swindon Advertiser: Swindon Town boss Paolo Di Canio

PAOLO DI CANIO

“He told Fabrizio we would take five more minutes to decide to stop the game, but then he said it was okay.

“I was thinking it was raining even more heavy, and although I believe in my team it become hard to make chances on a pitch like that.

“It wasn’t a pitch which put the players in danger, and I have played in the Premier League on worse pitches.

“The fans were superb, and there was a lot of enthusiasm because it was the first game after Christmas.

“I hope they can keep following us because together we can light on the fire which is already on and go to the next game and stay close.”

5:21pm

Di Canio was also impressed with the way Andy Williams took his goal.

Swindon Advertiser: A CRITICAL CONDITION: Paolo Di Canio

PAOLO DI CANIO

“Sometimes he goes blurry, and maybe this chance he is better from distance.

“To deliver the ball, especially straightaway to reach the goal, and deliver the ball in the net is not easy so credit goes to him.

“There was an action that caused this goal, and credit goes to Chris Martin who challenged James.”

5:20pm

The Town boss also wants his side to be more clinical.

Swindon Advertiser: SWIPE: Paolo Di Canio on Saturday

PDC

“In the first half we had an incredible chance with James Collins.

“In the first half they had two chances, and Arter scored a great goal. We have to be more clinical and nasty.

“The fact we created four or five clear chances is something amazing, and if we can do this away from home it is a fantastic signal because it gives me confirmation.

“We reacted with style, quality and determination."

5:19pm

Manager Paolo Di Canio has spoken to the media, and was proud of his players who came from behind to get a point.

Swindon Advertiser: POINTING THE FINGER: Paolo Di Canio during the win at Oldham

“Once again I have to mark my attention to the performance, because it is a great point against one of the best sides in this league.

“I am more than proud because my lads were amazing, and today is an important signal because two months ago we would lose this game.

“We showed good football for the conditions, and on the occasion we dominated and had some good chances.

“The point is important and we have to keep going.”

5:02pm

LEAGUE ONE FULL-TIMES

Bournemouth 1 Swindon 1
Colchester 1 Scunthorpe 2
Leyton Orient 1 Crewe 1
MK Dons 1 Bury 1
Oldham 0 Brentford 2
Portsmouth P - P Notts County

Sheff Utd 0 Yeovil 2
Shrewsbury 1 Hartlepool 1
Stevenage 1 Doncaster 2
Tranmere 2 Crawley 0

5:02pm

LEAGUE ONE FULL-TIMES

Bournemouth 1 Swindon 1
Colchester 1 Scunthorpe 2
Leyton Orient 1 Crewe 1
MK Dons 1 Bury 1
Oldham 0 Brentford 2
Portsmouth P - P Notts County

Sheff Utd 0 Yeovil 2
Shrewsbury 1 Hartlepool 1
Stevenage 1 Doncaster 2
Tranmere 2 Crawley 0

5:00pm

4:57pm

FULL-TIME: Bournemouth 1 Swindon Town 1

4:57pm

90+2 minutes: Hollands is brought down and wins a free-kick, bringing a dust up involving most of the players.

When the free-kick finally comes, Ritchie’s effort is deflected wide. There is no time for the corner as the referee blows for full-time.

4:54pm

Man of the match award goes to David James.......think that vote might have been done before the Town goal.

4:52pm

Now going into three minutes of added time.

4:51pm

4:50pm

85 minutes: GOAL FOR TOWN 1-1 (Williams) Martin chases a through-ball and collides with keeper James, and the ball breaks for Williams who curls in a great effort to beat Cook on the line.
Huge goal for Town.

4:46pm

Sheffield Utd are losing and MK Dons and Doncaster are drawing. Town really need to get something from this game.

4:45pm

80 minutes: Thomas is booked for a foul on Thompson, but again, Ritchie’s free-kick is cleared.

4:44pm

79 minutes: Town earn a free-kick wide on the left, but O’Kane easily heads De Vita’s cross away.

4:42pm

ATTENDANCE: 8,777 (1,374 Town fans) A season' best for the home side

4:40pm

SUBSTITUTION: Tommy Miller is replaced by Simon Ferry. 75

4:40pm

SUBSTITUTION: Wes Thomas replaces Brett Pitman. 75
 

4:37pm

SUBSTITUTION: Wes Fogden replaces Josh McQuoid for the home side.

4:36pm

71 minutes: Another fantastic save from Wes, this time he gets down low to deny Grabban.

4:35pm

70 minutes: Foderingham does well to turn Pitman’s long-range effort behind.

4:34pm

69 minutes: Ritchie clips a ball into the box but Martin can only head straight at James.

4:31pm

66 minutes: De Vita pulls the ball back for Ritchie, but the midfielder’s is saved by David James’ legs. He really should have done better.

4:30pm

SUBSTITUTION: Raffa De Vita replaces Gary Roberts.
 

4:29pm

64 minutes: Joe Devera gives away a corner, which Martin clears at the near post. The second is harmlessly over the top of everyone.

4:24pm

59 minutes: Martin gets a shot off but James goes down easily to save.

4:22pm

The weather has ruined what really could have been a special game I am sorry to say. Both sides struggling to get it under control

4:20pm

SUBSTITUTION Chris Martin replaces James Collins. 55

4:17pm

Pitch is getting worse. Some areas are completely fine, but others very boggy.

4:13pm

48 minutes: Arter weaves his way through a series of Town players to get into the box, but sees his shot well –saved by Foderingham.

4:10pm

Town fans in great voice at the start of the second period.

4:07pm

Back underway

4:07pm

Both sides are back with us, and both sets of players have changed their shirts. David James is now in yellow instead of Green.

4:02pm

Still not convinced this game is going be completed, hope I am wrong though.

Still no sign of the teams, they could do with getting started.

4:00pm

We are good to go for the second half!

3:56pm

The referee has asked for five more minutes to get the pitch ready for the second half.

Very weird decision, as it is still raining. Not sure the five minutes is going to help.

3:53pm

LEAGUE ONE HALF-TIMES

Bournemouth 1 Swindon
Colchester 0 Scunthorpe 1
Leyton Orient 1 Crewe 1
MK Dons 1 Bury 0
Oldham 0 Brentford 1
Portsmouth P - P Notts County

Sheff Utd 0 Yeovil 0
Shrewsbury 1 Hartlepool 0
Stevenage 0 Doncaster 0
Tranmere 2 Crawley 0

3:47pm

The pitch assessor has been called for at half-time, a bit of doubt over whether this will get finished.

3:46pm

HALF-TIME: Bournemouth 1 (Arter 26) Swindon Town 0

3:45pm

One minute added

3:45pm

42 minutes: Cherries work the ball across the field to Grabban, but the striker fires wide.

3:43pm

40 minutes: Roberts wins a cheap free-kick off Pitman, and from the set-piece James has to come through a crowd of bodies to punch clear.

3:38pm

35 minutes: Big BIG chance for Town as Roberts swings a ball into the box. Cook miss-kicks which means James has to come out and claim the ball, Collins turns him superbly to make the chance but fires wide at almost an open goal.

3:36pm

Some standing water on the pitch now

3:34pm

31 minutes: Roberts dribbles across the face of the box but chooses not to shoot, and instead plays a ball for Collins which doesn’t reach.

3:31pm

This is a test for Town now, they haven't been behind in quite some time.

3:31pm

NON-LEAGUE UPDATE

Old Woodstock 2 Wootton Bassett 4

3:29pm

26 minutes: GOAL 1-0 BOURNEMOUTH (Arter) Town can’t clear after Pitman’s shot is blocked, and when it comes out to Arter he is able to bury the ball in the bottom corner from 20 yards.

3:25pm

21 minutes: Cherries keeper David James slides to beat Collins to a through ball, but has to release as he looks to be sliding out his box. Roberts can’t get his shot off after being presented with the ball, and James clears.

3:21pm

18 minutes: McQuoid chips in a dangerous cross which Thompson does well to head clear.

3:21pm

18 minutes: Ritchie gets a cross in after a nice touch from Miller, but Williams heads straight at James.
 

3:16pm

13 minutes: Town win a corner of their own after a great run from Andy Williams, and after Bournemouth clear, Danny Hollands fires well over.

3:13pm

10 minutes: Roberts gives away a free-kick, and from it Harry Arter’s shot is deflected over. Wes Foderingham is able to punch the cross clear.

3:10pm

Both sets of players struggling in the wet conditions, with the home side just about on top.

3:07pm

Four minutes: A Gary Roberts ball across the box isn’t quite picked up by Ritchie, but it does fall for Tommy Miller who sees his shot well saved by David James.

3:06pm

The rain is really starting to get heavy now, not pretty so far.

3:05pm

Two minutes: Nathan Thompason is lucky to avoid a booking for a late tackle on Pugh, and from the free-kick which follows Eunan O’Kane drives over.

3:00pm

We are underway, with Town kicking towards the Steve Fletcher Stand in the first half

2:59pm

Great atmosphere inside Dean Court today, really should be a cracker.

2:56pm

Here come the teams!

2:55pm

Teams are in the tunnel, and it's nearly game time.

Bournemouth haven't conceded a league goal in more than 400 minutes, can Town break them down?

2:50pm

With 10 minutes to go until kick-off, here's a quick reminder of how we're allowed to cover games on the Swindon Advertiser website.

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Stick with us after the game for all the very best reaction to this afternoon's events.

2:48pm

YOUR SAY

2:37pm Sat 12 Jan 13

DarrenSTFCRomain says

stigger wrote:
why oh why is Ferry not starting!!!!!!! still coyr!
How is Miller playing and Ferry SUB..

DONT UNDERSTAND THAT ONE

Roberts in for RDV ????

Roberts started against Carlisle

2:47pm

Shooting practice really not looking good for Town......Roberts, Ritchie and Collins have all just thumped balls out the ground. One nearly hit my car!

2:44pm

IN THE HOME DUGOUT – Eddie Howe

Swindon Advertiser:
Since the young manager returned to Dean Court in October, he has masterminded a upturn in fortunes which sees the Cherries become arguably the form team in League One.

When the south coast club visited Swindon under Paul Groves in September they came away with a 4-0 defeat, but since Howe’s return they have not tasted defeat and now sit on the brink of the play-off places.

The 35-year-olds association with the Cherries began in 1994 as a youth player, and he went on to play more than 200 games for the club before becoming Harry Redknapp’s first signing at Portsmouth in 2002 for £400,000.

Howe began well at Portsmouth, but shortly after signing a knee injury on his debut against Preston North End ended his season, and when he returned nearly two years later he suffered a similar injury nine minutes into a game with Nottingham Forest.

His recovery involved a loan with Swindon in which he didn’t make any appearances, and he eventually returned to Dean Court on a temporary basis before making the move permanent in 2004.

In November 2006 he was made player-coach by manager Kevin Bond and was responsible for the reserve team, but he lost his job when Bond was sacked in 2008.

He returned to the club as youth boss under Jimmy Quinn, and when the boss was fired he eventually took the reigns at only 29 years of age.

Despite suffering from crippling financial problems and a transfer embargo Howe won promotion from League Two in 2010.

His success brought admirers from across British football, and after turning down a number of jobs he eventually made the move to Burnley in January 2011.

Howe impressed in Lancashire but when home came calling in October he found it hard to resist, and he is back where he belongs.

2:41pm

ON THIS DAY

Saturday, January 12 1963

Almost 17 inches of snow are removed from the County Grounc pitch ahead of the visit of QPR.

Swindon make the most of the game being on and romp to a 5-0 win. Sound familiar?

Wednesday, January 12, 2010

Kasali Yinka Casal was released from his Swindon contract and joined Cluj, having gained a strange iconic status in Wiltshire.

2:39pm

NON-LEAGUE UPDATE

Wootton Bassett take the lead through Matt Bown at Old Woodstock.

2:36pm

DANGER MEN
Brett Pitman

Swindon Advertiser:
The striker is back at Bournemouth after a spell with Bristol City, and is looking to pick up where he left off having scored more than 50 goals during his previous spell on the south coast. The striker can be deadly when presented with a chance in the box, and will need to be watched.

Eunan O’Kane

Swindon Advertiser:
The Irish midfielder is a familiar face to Town fans, having played against him while with Torquay last season. O’Kane was linked with a move to Town during the summer, and although it never materialised he is still a quality player. He can pass the ball superbly, and his strike at Wigan in the FA Cup proves he needs to be watched outside the box.

Marc Pugh

Swindon Advertiser:
The winger can both cut inside and bomb down the flank to get balls into the box for the Cherries strikers. He has made more than 100 appearances in red, and is getting better by the season. He will face a right footed left back in Alan McCormack this afternoon, so expect to see him hug the line.

Lewis Grabban

Swindon Advertiser:
Town boss Paolo Di Canio knows all about striker Grabban, having been linked with him during his spell with Rotherham. Grabban has pace to burn, and will be looking to get in behind the Swindon defence.

2:18pm

CHARITY BET

Sam and Andy are trying to raise money for the STFC Football in the Community Trust, by using hteir questionable knowledge of football to bet on Town games.
So far we have raised absolutely nothing, will it change today?

SAM: Bournemouth 2 Swindon 2, Grabban first scorer 70/1

ANDY: Bournemouth 1 Swindon 0, Pitman first scorer 30/1

2:16pm

BREAKING TEAM NEWS

AFC BOURNEMOUTH v Swindon Town: James; Francis, Elphick, Cook, Daniels; McQuoid, O'Kane, Arter, Pugh; Pitman, Grabban

Substitutes: Jalal, Tubbs, Fogden, McDermott, Partington, Hughes, Thomas

2:14pm

LAST TIME OUT - Bournemouth 3 Swindon 2, February 2011

Swindon Advertiser:

DANNY HOLLANDS

A familiar face scored the winner the last time the two sides met at Dean Court, as current loanee Danny Hollands proved the difference in a five goal thriller in February 2011.

Liam Feeney gave the Cherries the lead before Paul Caddis equalised, but Danny Ings gave the home side the lead going into the break. Matt Ritchie levelled things up after the break, but Hollands struck with 15 minutes to go to earn three points.

2:11pm

Swindon Town's under 18s drew 1-1 with Yeovil this morning, with Connor Waldon getting the Robins' goal after 26 minutes.

Manager Paul Bodin said: "It was a scrappy game in muddy and windy conditions and we took the lead with a superb back-post header.

"Both teams could have scored more but didn't take their opportunities and Yeovil equalised in the 88th minute to earn a battling draw."

2:06pm

YOUR SAY

2:05pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Haydonender says

Very tough game, would take a draw but still hoping we can keep our winning run going

2:03pm

BREAKING TEAM NEWS

SWINDON TOWN v AFC Bournemouth: Foderingham; Thompson N, Devera, Ward, McCormack; Ritchie, Miller, Hollands, Roberts; Collins, Williams

Subdstitutes: Bedwell, Flint, Navarro, Ferry, De Vita, Rooney A, Martin

 

1:52pm

YOUR SAY

1:46pm

1:45pm

TEAM NEWS - BOURNEMOUTH

Again, nothing official just yet but here's a rundown of the hosts' runners and riders this afternoon.

Eddie Howe could go back to a 4-4-2 this weekend, after using 4-1-4-1 in the FA Cup tie with Wigan last time out.

Richard Hughes could drop to the bench, with Brett Pitman returning up front. Shaun McDonald is out with a long-term injury and Lewis Grabban is a doubt with a virus.

Swindon Advertiser: DELIGHT: Brett Pitman celebrates on Saturday

RECALL?: BRETT PITMAN

Matt Tubbs could come back in if Grabban is not fit enbough to feature, while David James is expected to replace Shwan Jalal in goal.

1:41pm

Hearing there are only a couple of hundred tickets remaining for this afternoon's game, which will go ahead despite some very wet weather on the south coast which has already claimed Portsmouth's game.

Town have already sold out their allocation of course, so it is certain to be a great atmosphere.

Swindon Advertiser:

1:39pm

YOUR SAY

1:37pm Sat 12 Jan 13

vikingred says

Should be a cracker today. First goal will be very important. If Town can get in front and make Bournemouth chase the game, then we could come away with a huge three points. Fingers and toes crossed...

1:39pm

TEAM NEWS

Nothing official until around 2pm, but here's a look at how Town could line up today.

Manager Paolo Di Canio is expected to name an unchanged side for the trip to Dean Court.

Jay McEveley had a minor scare in his recovery from a knee operation in the past week and isn't quite ready for a return, while Miles Storey is close to a comeback.

Swindon Advertiser: Jay doesn't need a medal

OUT BUT ON THE MEND: JAY MCEVELEY

Troy Archibald-Henville has been sidelined for two months following knee surgery.

Chris Martin will be hoping for a recall, while Danny Hollands comes up against the club for whom he made close to 200 appearances.

1:35pm

YOUR SAY

Remember, Matchday Live is not just about us spouting nonsense for five hours at a time. It’s a forum for Swindon Town fans’ views on everything going on at SN1 at present.

Whether it’s Paolo Di Canio’s team selection or lukewarm coffee in the Don Rogers, we want to hear from you.

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1:33pm

Good afternoon ladies and gentlemen and welcome to the Advertiser's coverage of perhaps the biggest game of Swindon Town's season to date.

After a run of four straight victories, by a combined 16-0 scoreline, the Robins could barely be in better form as they line up against a Bournemouth side who themselves are unbeaten in 17 matches in all competitions.

It promises to be an exciting afternoon in Dorset, and you can keep up to date with all the goings-on right here throughout the afternoon.

During the game, stick with us for updates and then post-match reaction as Town look to send a serious message to the rest of the division.

Enjoy!

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1:37pm Sat 12 Jan 13

vikingred says...

Should be a cracker today. First goal will be very important. If Town can get in front and make Bournemouth chase the game, then we could come away with a huge three points. Fingers and toes crossed...
Should be a cracker today. First goal will be very important. If Town can get in front and make Bournemouth chase the game, then we could come away with a huge three points. Fingers and toes crossed... vikingred
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1:41pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Blazing Riff says...

Greetings from Swanage - so near yet so far when you're without a ticket. I've been in the 'wrong' ends before and it ain't much fun so decided against that! I bet the atmosphere will be terrific and I am soooo jealous...my own fault for not getting a ticket at an earier stage. I've lived down this way since 1978 - most of it in B'mth - but never wavered from supporting Swindon. Hope it's a good game with the best possible result for 'the town'. Best regards to all. BR
Greetings from Swanage - so near yet so far when you're without a ticket. I've been in the 'wrong' ends before and it ain't much fun so decided against that! I bet the atmosphere will be terrific and I am soooo jealous...my own fault for not getting a ticket at an earier stage. I've lived down this way since 1978 - most of it in B'mth - but never wavered from supporting Swindon. Hope it's a good game with the best possible result for 'the town'. Best regards to all. BR Blazing Riff
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1:47pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Anoldgreymoonraker says...

Got me shirt on I'm ready ....:o))
Got me shirt on I'm ready ....:o)) Anoldgreymoonraker
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1:54pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Robinonfire says...

Come on you REDS
Come on you REDS Robinonfire
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1:59pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Psychedelic Syd says...

Can we have an improvement on 4-0 today though please lads? We were just getting used to 5-0's before Carlisle ............ COYMR
Can we have an improvement on 4-0 today though please lads? We were just getting used to 5-0's before Carlisle ............ COYMR Psychedelic Syd
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2:00pm Sat 12 Jan 13

the wizard says...

Potentially one of the games of the season, two very much in-form sides both with good managers. It could be tight, either way the class of football should be stunning by League One standards.
Potentially one of the games of the season, two very much in-form sides both with good managers. It could be tight, either way the class of football should be stunning by League One standards. the wizard
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2:05pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Haydonender says...

Very tough game, would take a draw but still hoping we can keep our winning run going
Very tough game, would take a draw but still hoping we can keep our winning run going Haydonender
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2:19pm Sat 12 Jan 13

stigger says...

why oh why is Ferry not starting!!!!!!! still coyr!
why oh why is Ferry not starting!!!!!!! still coyr! stigger
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2:19pm Sat 12 Jan 13

the wizard says...

Suffering from withdrawal symptoms not being able to go to a home game today.

A win today for us will send a very clear message to every other team in League One.
Suffering from withdrawal symptoms not being able to go to a home game today. A win today for us will send a very clear message to every other team in League One. the wizard
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2:33pm Sat 12 Jan 13

umpcah says...

I`ve got just one thing to say : - COME ON YOU REDS !
I`ve got just one thing to say : - COME ON YOU REDS ! umpcah
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2:37pm Sat 12 Jan 13

DarrenSTFCRomain says...

stigger wrote:
why oh why is Ferry not starting!!!!!!! still coyr!
How is Miller playing and Ferry SUB..

DONT UNDERSTAND THAT ONE

Roberts in for RDV ????
[quote][p][bold]stigger[/bold] wrote: why oh why is Ferry not starting!!!!!!! still coyr![/p][/quote]How is Miller playing and Ferry SUB.. DONT UNDERSTAND THAT ONE Roberts in for RDV ???? DarrenSTFCRomain
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2:40pm Sat 12 Jan 13

mollypolly says...

Totally agree with you Stigger. Ferry has been awesome for us recently and I simply don't buy into the argument that he cannot start away from home. We all saw the impact he had when he replaced Miller in the game against Portsmouth a couple of weeks ago. We are a smoother, slicker side when Ferry plays. Miller is slow and predictable. His lack of pace means he always wants to stay goal side of the ball and most of his passes go back or sideways. He offers very little going forward - you'll never see him run forawrd with or without the ball. Ferry is a different player to that of a couple of seasons ago. He does more running than any other player and tracks back/tackles as much as anyone. Can anyone else explain why he has to settle for a place on the bench ??
Totally agree with you Stigger. Ferry has been awesome for us recently and I simply don't buy into the argument that he cannot start away from home. We all saw the impact he had when he replaced Miller in the game against Portsmouth a couple of weeks ago. We are a smoother, slicker side when Ferry plays. Miller is slow and predictable. His lack of pace means he always wants to stay goal side of the ball and most of his passes go back or sideways. He offers very little going forward - you'll never see him run forawrd with or without the ball. Ferry is a different player to that of a couple of seasons ago. He does more running than any other player and tracks back/tackles as much as anyone. Can anyone else explain why he has to settle for a place on the bench ?? mollypolly
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2:44pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Since 1950 says...

Town to edge it for me today. A real test of our defence. 14th clean sheet?
Town to edge it for me today. A real test of our defence. 14th clean sheet? Since 1950
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2:48pm Sat 12 Jan 13

old town robin says...

Miller and Holland too similar to play together IMO, Danny is the better player and i believe our best pairing would be with Ferry, but as we are away from the CG, Paolo must be looking to contain them and bring Simon on in the second half, like he did against Pompey.

Just had a text from a mate that Cleggy from the football league show is there, so the game should get some coverage tonight.
Miller and Holland too similar to play together IMO, Danny is the better player and i believe our best pairing would be with Ferry, but as we are away from the CG, Paolo must be looking to contain them and bring Simon on in the second half, like he did against Pompey. Just had a text from a mate that Cleggy from the football league show is there, so the game should get some coverage tonight. old town robin
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2:48pm Sat 12 Jan 13

stigger says...

mollypolly wrote:
Totally agree with you Stigger. Ferry has been awesome for us recently and I simply don't buy into the argument that he cannot start away from home. We all saw the impact he had when he replaced Miller in the game against Portsmouth a couple of weeks ago. We are a smoother, slicker side when Ferry plays. Miller is slow and predictable. His lack of pace means he always wants to stay goal side of the ball and most of his passes go back or sideways. He offers very little going forward - you'll never see him run forawrd with or without the ball. Ferry is a different player to that of a couple of seasons ago. He does more running than any other player and tracks back/tackles as much as anyone. Can anyone else explain why he has to settle for a place on the bench ??
well i certainly can't and i have said exactly what you have, Ferry today runs more than anyone and does plenty of tackling and hassling and harrying so like you for me i don't buy the argument that he should not start away.
[quote][p][bold]mollypolly[/bold] wrote: Totally agree with you Stigger. Ferry has been awesome for us recently and I simply don't buy into the argument that he cannot start away from home. We all saw the impact he had when he replaced Miller in the game against Portsmouth a couple of weeks ago. We are a smoother, slicker side when Ferry plays. Miller is slow and predictable. His lack of pace means he always wants to stay goal side of the ball and most of his passes go back or sideways. He offers very little going forward - you'll never see him run forawrd with or without the ball. Ferry is a different player to that of a couple of seasons ago. He does more running than any other player and tracks back/tackles as much as anyone. Can anyone else explain why he has to settle for a place on the bench ??[/p][/quote]well i certainly can't and i have said exactly what you have, Ferry today runs more than anyone and does plenty of tackling and hassling and harrying so like you for me i don't buy the argument that he should not start away. stigger
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2:53pm Sat 12 Jan 13

spectacles testicals wallet watch says...

As much as i would like another clean sheet today, with the attack minded field that Howe has lined up we will have to very well disciplined from front to back.
Would love a result but fear theyre more than capable of turning us over. Fingers crossed for maybe a point
As much as i would like another clean sheet today, with the attack minded field that Howe has lined up we will have to very well disciplined from front to back. Would love a result but fear theyre more than capable of turning us over. Fingers crossed for maybe a point spectacles testicals wallet watch
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2:57pm Sat 12 Jan 13

the wizard says...

Dare I say it, but with Miller in the middle I can see this as containment, a cautious start not giving away any midfield ground. The wingers will have to work harder to get the ball forward as less will come from Miller than it would from Ferry.
Dare I say it, but with Miller in the middle I can see this as containment, a cautious start not giving away any midfield ground. The wingers will have to work harder to get the ball forward as less will come from Miller than it would from Ferry. the wizard
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3:06pm Sat 12 Jan 13

madterrier says...

Today is the first of a testing run of away games against promotion rivals.

Bournemouth, Tranmere, Crawley, Franchise, Coventry, Brentford, Doncaster and Sheff Utd all to play away.

At least that means we must have some easy home games.
Today is the first of a testing run of away games against promotion rivals. Bournemouth, Tranmere, Crawley, Franchise, Coventry, Brentford, Doncaster and Sheff Utd all to play away. At least that means we must have some easy home games. madterrier
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3:10pm Sat 12 Jan 13

ashley101 says...

the wizard wrote:
Dare I say it, but with Miller in the middle I can see this as containment, a cautious start not giving away any midfield ground. The wingers will have to work harder to get the ball forward as less will come from Miller than it would from Ferry.
yes i think this is to allow us to keep the game at or pace and be more defensive then bring ferry and de vita on when they are getting tiredecond half
[quote][p][bold]the wizard[/bold] wrote: Dare I say it, but with Miller in the middle I can see this as containment, a cautious start not giving away any midfield ground. The wingers will have to work harder to get the ball forward as less will come from Miller than it would from Ferry.[/p][/quote]yes i think this is to allow us to keep the game at or pace and be more defensive then bring ferry and de vita on when they are getting tiredecond half ashley101
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3:27pm Sat 12 Jan 13

TenerifeRed says...

arghhh!
COYRs
arghhh! COYRs TenerifeRed
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3:32pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Robinonfire says...

Get Ferry on....he should have started.

Come on you REDS
Get Ferry on....he should have started. Come on you REDS Robinonfire
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3:32pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Ian13 says...

Crawley are losing 1 : nil too
Crawley are losing 1 : nil too Ian13
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3:37pm Sat 12 Jan 13

The Jockster says...

Collins has just missed sitter of the century!
Collins has just missed sitter of the century! The Jockster
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3:38pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Blazing Riff says...

Ian13 wrote:
Crawley are losing 1 : nil too
Other matches at the top not going our way either! C'mon town. We want 3 - that should do.
[quote][p][bold]Ian13[/bold] wrote: Crawley are losing 1 : nil too[/p][/quote]Other matches at the top not going our way either! C'mon town. We want 3 - that should do. Blazing Riff
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3:40pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Redhouse Red says...

Booo
Booo Redhouse Red
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3:45pm Sat 12 Jan 13

ciclosporindorset says...

Just turned off stfc player rob Hartley is unbearable to listen too. Prefer to watch scores on line.
Just turned off stfc player rob Hartley is unbearable to listen too. Prefer to watch scores on line. ciclosporindorset
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3:51pm Sat 12 Jan 13

The Jockster says...

P!ssing down here lots of standing water if the ball stops rolling mmmm! Will have to watch the back passes could be dodgy -playing ok but not really dominant.
P!ssing down here lots of standing water if the ball stops rolling mmmm! Will have to watch the back passes could be dodgy -playing ok but not really dominant. The Jockster
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3:51pm Sat 12 Jan 13

spectacles testicals wallet watch says...

Pitch assessor on call it off it wll only get worse and turn into a farse unless of course we get 2 very quickly in the 2nd half!!!!!!!!!!! No best abandon it now ref
Pitch assessor on call it off it wll only get worse and turn into a farse unless of course we get 2 very quickly in the 2nd half!!!!!!!!!!! No best abandon it now ref spectacles testicals wallet watch
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3:51pm Sat 12 Jan 13

the wizard says...

ashley101 wrote:
the wizard wrote:
Dare I say it, but with Miller in the middle I can see this as containment, a cautious start not giving away any midfield ground. The wingers will have to work harder to get the ball forward as less will come from Miller than it would from Ferry.
yes i think this is to allow us to keep the game at or pace and be more defensive then bring ferry and de vita on when they are getting tiredecond half
Yes Ashley, totally agree, Ferry to come on later to maybe try and boss mid field with his fresh legs. We are not doing so bad and Collins miss ? , well that may prove costly, but he aint5 the first and by no means will he be the last.
[quote][p][bold]ashley101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the wizard[/bold] wrote: Dare I say it, but with Miller in the middle I can see this as containment, a cautious start not giving away any midfield ground. The wingers will have to work harder to get the ball forward as less will come from Miller than it would from Ferry.[/p][/quote]yes i think this is to allow us to keep the game at or pace and be more defensive then bring ferry and de vita on when they are getting tiredecond half[/p][/quote]Yes Ashley, totally agree, Ferry to come on later to maybe try and boss mid field with his fresh legs. We are not doing so bad and Collins miss ? , well that may prove costly, but he aint5 the first and by no means will he be the last. the wizard
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3:55pm Sat 12 Jan 13

CirenRed says...

There's still a whole 45 minutes of football to play! COYR!! Believe!
There's still a whole 45 minutes of football to play! COYR!! Believe! CirenRed
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3:57pm Sat 12 Jan 13

the wizard says...

Just had a phone call from, a mate at the game. Seems the weather may win as so many passes now not being completed as the weather is horrendous. Good spirit in the Town Camp as James looks like he could still be a Calamity. Collins should have scored.
Just had a phone call from, a mate at the game. Seems the weather may win as so many passes now not being completed as the weather is horrendous. Good spirit in the Town Camp as James looks like he could still be a Calamity. Collins should have scored. the wizard
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4:00pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Blazing Riff says...

Whether the weather eh! Well, it's not raining here in Swanage and it should clear - 'though remain overcast - your way.
Whether the weather eh! Well, it's not raining here in Swanage and it should clear - 'though remain overcast - your way. Blazing Riff
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4:02pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Oi Den! says...

Apparently the ref has been out to inspect the pitch at half time. Second half will start but commentators seem to think it might not finish. Must admit yesterday I feared for the game when the BBC weather forecast showed heavy rain all day.
Apparently the ref has been out to inspect the pitch at half time. Second half will start but commentators seem to think it might not finish. Must admit yesterday I feared for the game when the BBC weather forecast showed heavy rain all day. Oi Den!
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4:04pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Psychedelic Syd says...

Get Ferry on. We mustn't lose this one.
Get Ferry on. We mustn't lose this one. Psychedelic Syd
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4:05pm Sat 12 Jan 13

the wizard says...

Den, my buddy at the match said so many passes are not being completed as the ball is being held by surface water, and the radio is saying much the same. My mate doesn't reckon the game will finish. Can't really comment as I'm not there but he is usually reliable.
Den, my buddy at the match said so many passes are not being completed as the ball is being held by surface water, and the radio is saying much the same. My mate doesn't reckon the game will finish. Can't really comment as I'm not there but he is usually reliable. the wizard
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4:07pm Sat 12 Jan 13

The Jockster says...

the wizard wrote:
ashley101 wrote:
the wizard wrote: Dare I say it, but with Miller in the middle I can see this as containment, a cautious start not giving away any midfield ground. The wingers will have to work harder to get the ball forward as less will come from Miller than it would from Ferry.
yes i think this is to allow us to keep the game at or pace and be more defensive then bring ferry and de vita on when they are getting tiredecond half
Yes Ashley, totally agree, Ferry to come on later to maybe try and boss mid field with his fresh legs. We are not doing so bad and Collins miss ? , well that may prove costly, but he aint5 the first and by no means will he be the last.
We need ferry on now if we're going to get anything out of this and that's if it's not called off!
[quote][p][bold]the wizard[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ashley101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the wizard[/bold] wrote: Dare I say it, but with Miller in the middle I can see this as containment, a cautious start not giving away any midfield ground. The wingers will have to work harder to get the ball forward as less will come from Miller than it would from Ferry.[/p][/quote]yes i think this is to allow us to keep the game at or pace and be more defensive then bring ferry and de vita on when they are getting tiredecond half[/p][/quote]Yes Ashley, totally agree, Ferry to come on later to maybe try and boss mid field with his fresh legs. We are not doing so bad and Collins miss ? , well that may prove costly, but he aint5 the first and by no means will he be the last.[/p][/quote]We need ferry on now if we're going to get anything out of this and that's if it's not called off! The Jockster
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4:16pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Blazing Riff says...

Sheff. U 1-0 down but we seem to be getting bossed. Time for a change?
Sheff. U 1-0 down but we seem to be getting bossed. Time for a change? Blazing Riff
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4:22pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Psychedelic Syd says...

Come on Paolo get Si Ferry on.
Come on Paolo get Si Ferry on. Psychedelic Syd
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4:22pm Sat 12 Jan 13

The Jockster says...

Martin



on for Collins Like for like swap not sure if it'll make a difference it won't he's just shot a back pass to their keeper! Hard to play our passing game on this lake !
Martin on for Collins Like for like swap not sure if it'll make a difference it won't he's just shot a back pass to their keeper! Hard to play our passing game on this lake ! The Jockster
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4:27pm Sat 12 Jan 13

The Jockster says...

Under the cosh they're coping better than us with the pitch!
Under the cosh they're coping better than us with the pitch! The Jockster
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4:28pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Ian13 says...

Results around us going in our favour. We need a goal ASAP.
MK now drawing and Doncaster losing.
Results around us going in our favour. We need a goal ASAP. MK now drawing and Doncaster losing. Ian13
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4:31pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Blazing Riff says...

Ian13 wrote:
Results around us going in our favour. We need a goal ASAP.
MK now drawing and Doncaster losing.
and Sheff U 2-0 down!
[quote][p][bold]Ian13[/bold] wrote: Results around us going in our favour. We need a goal ASAP. MK now drawing and Doncaster losing.[/p][/quote]and Sheff U 2-0 down! Blazing Riff
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4:33pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Blazing Riff says...

We want 1...please.
We want 1...please. Blazing Riff
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4:42pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Psychedelic Syd says...

Ferry has 15 mins to turn it around. Come on Town!!!
Ferry has 15 mins to turn it around. Come on Town!!! Psychedelic Syd
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4:48pm Sat 12 Jan 13

old town robin says...

Yes Andy Williams goal
Yes Andy Williams goal old town robin
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4:48pm Sat 12 Jan 13

stigger says...

yes!!!!!!!! come on lets get another!
yes!!!!!!!! come on lets get another! stigger
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4:48pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Ian13 says...

1 each Swindon. Williams
1 each Swindon. Williams Ian13
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4:49pm Sat 12 Jan 13

DarrenSTFCRomain says...

YESS
GET THE F^CK IN THERE...

NOW GO ON AND GET THE WINNER
YESS GET THE F^CK IN THERE... NOW GO ON AND GET THE WINNER DarrenSTFCRomain
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4:51pm Sat 12 Jan 13

DarrenSTFCRomain says...

Psychedelic Syd wrote:
Ferry has 15 mins to turn it around. Come on Town!!!
WHY DINT HE START FROM THE OFF
[quote][p][bold]Psychedelic Syd[/bold] wrote: Ferry has 15 mins to turn it around. Come on Town!!![/p][/quote]WHY DINT HE START FROM THE OFF DarrenSTFCRomain
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4:52pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Psychedelic Syd says...

One more lads! Come on go for it!!!!
One more lads! Come on go for it!!!! Psychedelic Syd
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4:56pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Robinonfire says...

We want 5

Come on you REDS
We want 5 Come on you REDS Robinonfire
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4:58pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Psychedelic Syd says...

Well done, good draw on a dreadful day.
Well done, good draw on a dreadful day. Psychedelic Syd
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4:58pm Sat 12 Jan 13

DarrenSTFCRomain says...

Well done boys
WERE PROUD OF YA...
Well done boys WERE PROUD OF YA... DarrenSTFCRomain
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4:58pm Sat 12 Jan 13

stigger says...

i think thats a point earned than 2 lost, could be vital at end of season, keeps us still firmly in play offs and still in touch of autos. COYR!
i think thats a point earned than 2 lost, could be vital at end of season, keeps us still firmly in play offs and still in touch of autos. COYR! stigger
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5:01pm Sat 12 Jan 13

old town robin says...

DarrenSTFCRomain wrote:
Psychedelic Syd wrote:
Ferry has 15 mins to turn it around. Come on Town!!!
WHY DINT HE START FROM THE OFF
Very strange decision, maybe he was carrying a knock.
[quote][p][bold]DarrenSTFCRomain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Psychedelic Syd[/bold] wrote: Ferry has 15 mins to turn it around. Come on Town!!![/p][/quote]WHY DINT HE START FROM THE OFF[/p][/quote]Very strange decision, maybe he was carrying a knock. old town robin
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5:03pm Sat 12 Jan 13

the wizard says...

In the end , the weather won and spoilt what could and should have been an outstanding game. As it was, according to the radio, both sides did well to make a game out of it.
Commiserations to Collins and congratulations to the irrepressible Williams. Seems Roberts didn't get much ball 2nd half but he certainy tee'd up Collins in the first, Raffa at his best once more.
In the end , the weather won and spoilt what could and should have been an outstanding game. As it was, according to the radio, both sides did well to make a game out of it. Commiserations to Collins and congratulations to the irrepressible Williams. Seems Roberts didn't get much ball 2nd half but he certainy tee'd up Collins in the first, Raffa at his best once more. the wizard
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5:03pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Blazing Riff says...

Blazing Riff wrote:
We want 1...please.
thanks Andy!
[quote][p][bold]Blazing Riff[/bold] wrote: We want 1...please.[/p][/quote]thanks Andy! Blazing Riff
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5:04pm Sat 12 Jan 13

mollypolly says...

PDC seems to be in love with Tommy Miller. Really can't see why. Same goes with Navarro. Out injured for several weeks and as soon as he is fit again ousts Bostock from the matchday squad. Baffling.
PDC seems to be in love with Tommy Miller. Really can't see why. Same goes with Navarro. Out injured for several weeks and as soon as he is fit again ousts Bostock from the matchday squad. Baffling. mollypolly
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5:05pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Di kanny oh says...

Yes fantastic result in shocking conditions and to be honest we should have won it in the end. Luckily our twelth man calamity James lived up to his name and delivered a bit of help for our well deserved equalizer. Why we did not start with Ferry is beyond me Miller is only back up for Hollands and no where near creative enough. Great point though and shuts up some of the moaners that would have been on here tonight.
Yes fantastic result in shocking conditions and to be honest we should have won it in the end. Luckily our twelth man calamity James lived up to his name and delivered a bit of help for our well deserved equalizer. Why we did not start with Ferry is beyond me Miller is only back up for Hollands and no where near creative enough. Great point though and shuts up some of the moaners that would have been on here tonight. Di kanny oh
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5:07pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Oi Den! says...

Don't understand what Miller brings to the game that Ferry doesn't, or what Roberts brings to the game that De Vita doesn't. Good result though. I think most of us would have taken a draw.
Don't understand what Miller brings to the game that Ferry doesn't, or what Roberts brings to the game that De Vita doesn't. Good result though. I think most of us would have taken a draw. Oi Den!
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5:07pm Sat 12 Jan 13

mancrobin says...

Good result. Would be happy to repeat this for the difficult run of away games we have coming up.

Good also to see Williams scoring again. Was it a 1 on 1 with the keeper?
Good result. Would be happy to repeat this for the difficult run of away games we have coming up. Good also to see Williams scoring again. Was it a 1 on 1 with the keeper? mancrobin
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5:10pm Sat 12 Jan 13

the don69 says...

Game shouldn't have been played chaps!the pitch was like a bog,it was a farce,unplayable in certain area's,that's not football,more like rugger,so a great game spoiled but we'll take a point the lads battled well,off for a large brandy,pleased I'm not driving today!!!!!!!
Game shouldn't have been played chaps!the pitch was like a bog,it was a farce,unplayable in certain area's,that's not football,more like rugger,so a great game spoiled but we'll take a point the lads battled well,off for a large brandy,pleased I'm not driving today!!!!!!! the don69
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5:11pm Sat 12 Jan 13

pehf1rules says...

20 cup finals for both teams now until the end of the season !!!!UTCIAD
20 cup finals for both teams now until the end of the season !!!!UTCIAD pehf1rules
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5:11pm Sat 12 Jan 13

the wizard says...

I think over the 90 probably a draw was fair, but over the last 20 perhaps we had our best spell and should have nicked it. We will never know as so many passes went array with standing water. I think if it was a draw at half time the ref may have abandoned then, but in fairness he seemed a decent ref and at least we haven't got to play it again. We don't need a fixture backlog with two games already re scheduled. Roll on next weekend Shrews at CG and the despicable Turner man.
I think over the 90 probably a draw was fair, but over the last 20 perhaps we had our best spell and should have nicked it. We will never know as so many passes went array with standing water. I think if it was a draw at half time the ref may have abandoned then, but in fairness he seemed a decent ref and at least we haven't got to play it again. We don't need a fixture backlog with two games already re scheduled. Roll on next weekend Shrews at CG and the despicable Turner man. the wizard
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5:15pm Sat 12 Jan 13

old town robin says...

The big loser today was Wilson's rabble, Pity Brentford, Doncaster and Tranmere all picked up 3 points, but we are opening a bit of a gap between us and 7th, consolidating at least our play-off place,
The big loser today was Wilson's rabble, Pity Brentford, Doncaster and Tranmere all picked up 3 points, but we are opening a bit of a gap between us and 7th, consolidating at least our play-off place, old town robin
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5:15pm Sat 12 Jan 13

DarrenSTFCRomain says...

NOT MOANING..
But can we please start with FERRY and RDV next game please Paolo ??
NOT MOANING.. But can we please start with FERRY and RDV next game please Paolo ?? DarrenSTFCRomain
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5:21pm Sat 12 Jan 13

the wizard says...

DarrenSTFCRomain wrote:
NOT MOANING..
But can we please start with FERRY and RDV next game please Paolo ??
Roberts set up a sitter in the first half for Collins, you know, that BIG miss, and he also played through some good balls for the front men. Second half very little got played down the left flank for him to get onto. Was that a tactic discussed at half time to take the focus off our left ? and then bring Raffa on to do the biz ?

Yes, I like Raffa as well , but Roberts to be fair is now improving game on game.
[quote][p][bold]DarrenSTFCRomain[/bold] wrote: NOT MOANING.. But can we please start with FERRY and RDV next game please Paolo ??[/p][/quote]Roberts set up a sitter in the first half for Collins, you know, that BIG miss, and he also played through some good balls for the front men. Second half very little got played down the left flank for him to get onto. Was that a tactic discussed at half time to take the focus off our left ? and then bring Raffa on to do the biz ? Yes, I like Raffa as well , but Roberts to be fair is now improving game on game. the wizard
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5:28pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Psychedelic Syd says...

DarrenSTFCRomain wrote:
NOT MOANING..
But can we please start with FERRY and RDV next game please Paolo ??
I think 99% of fans would agree. It is baffling - Paolo seems to think because they have played in the Championship they are somehow better. Miller and Navarro belong on the bench not on the field. Old, jaded and no creativity. If Ferry gets injured we are going to miss Bostock big time because no one else at the club has the speed, skill and vision to match them.

I reckon Sheff Utd could be about to experience Danny Wilson 2nd season syndrome!!! Such a shame ............
[quote][p][bold]DarrenSTFCRomain[/bold] wrote: NOT MOANING.. But can we please start with FERRY and RDV next game please Paolo ??[/p][/quote]I think 99% of fans would agree. It is baffling - Paolo seems to think because they have played in the Championship they are somehow better. Miller and Navarro belong on the bench not on the field. Old, jaded and no creativity. If Ferry gets injured we are going to miss Bostock big time because no one else at the club has the speed, skill and vision to match them. I reckon Sheff Utd could be about to experience Danny Wilson 2nd season syndrome!!! Such a shame ............ Psychedelic Syd
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5:30pm Sat 12 Jan 13

the wizard says...

Psychedelic Syd said,


I reckon Sheff Utd could be about to experience Danny Wilson 2nd season syndrome!!! Such a shame ............


Just love it when you talk dirty Syd, LOL
Psychedelic Syd said, I reckon Sheff Utd could be about to experience Danny Wilson 2nd season syndrome!!! Such a shame ............ Just love it when you talk dirty Syd, LOL the wizard
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5:32pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Steve. Brentford says...

Psychedelic Syd wrote:
DarrenSTFCRomain wrote:
NOT MOANING..
But can we please start with FERRY and RDV next game please Paolo ??
I think 99% of fans would agree. It is baffling - Paolo seems to think because they have played in the Championship they are somehow better. Miller and Navarro belong on the bench not on the field. Old, jaded and no creativity. If Ferry gets injured we are going to miss Bostock big time because no one else at the club has the speed, skill and vision to match them.

I reckon Sheff Utd could be about to experience Danny Wilson 2nd season syndrome!!! Such a shame ............
Yeah shame that Sid my heart bleds for them :O)
[quote][p][bold]Psychedelic Syd[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DarrenSTFCRomain[/bold] wrote: NOT MOANING.. But can we please start with FERRY and RDV next game please Paolo ??[/p][/quote]I think 99% of fans would agree. It is baffling - Paolo seems to think because they have played in the Championship they are somehow better. Miller and Navarro belong on the bench not on the field. Old, jaded and no creativity. If Ferry gets injured we are going to miss Bostock big time because no one else at the club has the speed, skill and vision to match them. I reckon Sheff Utd could be about to experience Danny Wilson 2nd season syndrome!!! Such a shame ............[/p][/quote]Yeah shame that Sid my heart bleds for them :O) Steve. Brentford
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5:38pm Sat 12 Jan 13

the wizard says...

Looking at our managers final post match comments, I can see the sale of Benson perhaps, is getting a bit closer.
Looking at our managers final post match comments, I can see the sale of Benson perhaps, is getting a bit closer. the wizard
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5:38pm Sat 12 Jan 13

DarrenSTFCRomain says...

Psychedelic Syd wrote:
DarrenSTFCRomain wrote: NOT MOANING.. But can we please start with FERRY and RDV next game please Paolo ??
I think 99% of fans would agree. It is baffling - Paolo seems to think because they have played in the Championship they are somehow better. Miller and Navarro belong on the bench not on the field. Old, jaded and no creativity. If Ferry gets injured we are going to miss Bostock big time because no one else at the club has the speed, skill and vision to match them. I reckon Sheff Utd could be about to experience Danny Wilson 2nd season syndrome!!! Such a shame ............
I reckon Sheff Utd could be about to experience Danny Wilson 2nd season syndrome!!! Such a shame ............
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Ha ha I was thinking the same thing...
[quote][p][bold]Psychedelic Syd[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DarrenSTFCRomain[/bold] wrote: NOT MOANING.. But can we please start with FERRY and RDV next game please Paolo ??[/p][/quote]I think 99% of fans would agree. It is baffling - Paolo seems to think because they have played in the Championship they are somehow better. Miller and Navarro belong on the bench not on the field. Old, jaded and no creativity. If Ferry gets injured we are going to miss Bostock big time because no one else at the club has the speed, skill and vision to match them. I reckon Sheff Utd could be about to experience Danny Wilson 2nd season syndrome!!! Such a shame ............[/p][/quote]I reckon Sheff Utd could be about to experience Danny Wilson 2nd season syndrome!!! Such a shame ............ ____________________ _____________ Ha ha I was thinking the same thing... DarrenSTFCRomain
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5:40pm Sat 12 Jan 13

The Jockster says...

Great result and thoroughly deserved world class save from Wes and the old go for a wazz trick worked we scored missed the goal lol but we gotc well merited point on a waterlogged pitch which any Town fan would have taken before the game! It's so wet down here even the Tarmac is waterlogged ffs!
Great result and thoroughly deserved world class save from Wes and the old go for a wazz trick worked we scored missed the goal lol but we gotc well merited point on a waterlogged pitch which any Town fan would have taken before the game! It's so wet down here even the Tarmac is waterlogged ffs! The Jockster
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5:42pm Sat 12 Jan 13

jevs says...

mollypolly wrote:
PDC seems to be in love with Tommy Miller. Really can't see why. Same goes with Navarro. Out injured for several weeks and as soon as he is fit again ousts Bostock from the matchday squad. Baffling.
Bostock is back with Spurs
[quote][p][bold]mollypolly[/bold] wrote: PDC seems to be in love with Tommy Miller. Really can't see why. Same goes with Navarro. Out injured for several weeks and as soon as he is fit again ousts Bostock from the matchday squad. Baffling.[/p][/quote]Bostock is back with Spurs jevs
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5:44pm Sat 12 Jan 13

the wizard says...

The Jockster wrote:
Great result and thoroughly deserved world class save from Wes and the old go for a wazz trick worked we scored missed the goal lol but we gotc well merited point on a waterlogged pitch which any Town fan would have taken before the game! It's so wet down here even the Tarmac is waterlogged ffs!
Once again our travelling support was soooo much in evidence even over the radio, they were heard. Well done guys, safe journey home one and all, you do us credit, and once more our manager is full of praise for the travelling Red Army, and rightly so.
[quote][p][bold]The Jockster[/bold] wrote: Great result and thoroughly deserved world class save from Wes and the old go for a wazz trick worked we scored missed the goal lol but we gotc well merited point on a waterlogged pitch which any Town fan would have taken before the game! It's so wet down here even the Tarmac is waterlogged ffs![/p][/quote]Once again our travelling support was soooo much in evidence even over the radio, they were heard. Well done guys, safe journey home one and all, you do us credit, and once more our manager is full of praise for the travelling Red Army, and rightly so. the wizard
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6:01pm Sat 12 Jan 13

mallorca says...

What a decent result.pity Ferry did not get a start.
Agre with Pdc ref Martin he does put a lot of work in and he made the goal,just hope he bags a few soon.
All we need is for Benson/cox/rooney to move on and then just maybe Pdc can keep Hollands and martin,
was bit worry ref the guy on BBC stating situation with Mr Black it's worrying
As for our Chairman is he back in AFGANISTAN?
Never hear from him except bad news
Again good point Town and hats off to all supporters all 1400 of you for making the efoord I heard what Pdc said about you all
Well done from us out here
What a decent result.pity Ferry did not get a start. Agre with Pdc ref Martin he does put a lot of work in and he made the goal,just hope he bags a few soon. All we need is for Benson/cox/rooney to move on and then just maybe Pdc can keep Hollands and martin, was bit worry ref the guy on BBC stating situation with Mr Black it's worrying As for our Chairman is he back in AFGANISTAN? Never hear from him except bad news Again good point Town and hats off to all supporters all 1400 of you for making the efoord I heard what Pdc said about you all Well done from us out here mallorca
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6:13pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Another view says...

Yes good result, especially as we don't normally recover from going a goal down. Maybe if Ferry and De Vita had played 1/2 hour each we might have taken control.
Yes good result, especially as we don't normally recover from going a goal down. Maybe if Ferry and De Vita had played 1/2 hour each we might have taken control. Another view
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6:16pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Oi Den! says...

BBC website describes us and Bournemouth as "play-off rivals". I don't think so. We are promotion rivals. Do they seriously think both clubs are going to spend the rest of the season trying get into the play-offs? The target has to be the top two unless and until it becomes impossible. If it turns out we're not good enough, obviously we'll take the consolation opportunity offered by the play-offs. But I'd hate to think that they are the limit of our ambitions.
BBC website describes us and Bournemouth as "play-off rivals". I don't think so. We are promotion rivals. Do they seriously think both clubs are going to spend the rest of the season trying get into the play-offs? The target has to be the top two unless and until it becomes impossible. If it turns out we're not good enough, obviously we'll take the consolation opportunity offered by the play-offs. But I'd hate to think that they are the limit of our ambitions. Oi Den!
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6:21pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Di kanny oh says...

Well Jimmy Quinn you were WRONG and to be honest Town should have won the game and missed a few guilt edge chances but hey great result considering the fact that we were chasing the game in shocking conditions but got the deserved breakthrough in the end with old calamity living up to his name. MOM well it has to be David James in it.
Well Jimmy Quinn you were WRONG and to be honest Town should have won the game and missed a few guilt edge chances but hey great result considering the fact that we were chasing the game in shocking conditions but got the deserved breakthrough in the end with old calamity living up to his name. MOM well it has to be David James in it. Di kanny oh
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6:28pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Oi Den! says...

Di kanny oh wrote:
Well Jimmy Quinn you were WRONG and to be honest Town should have won the game and missed a few guilt edge chances but hey great result considering the fact that we were chasing the game in shocking conditions but got the deserved breakthrough in the end with old calamity living up to his name. MOM well it has to be David James in it.
Guilt edge chances? That'll be why we missed them then. Feeling guilty is no state to be in when you're trying to score!
[quote][p][bold]Di kanny oh[/bold] wrote: Well Jimmy Quinn you were WRONG and to be honest Town should have won the game and missed a few guilt edge chances but hey great result considering the fact that we were chasing the game in shocking conditions but got the deserved breakthrough in the end with old calamity living up to his name. MOM well it has to be David James in it.[/p][/quote]Guilt edge chances? That'll be why we missed them then. Feeling guilty is no state to be in when you're trying to score! Oi Den!
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7:54pm Sat 12 Jan 13

jayden says...

Well done lads keep it going.
Well done lads keep it going. jayden
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7:57pm Sat 12 Jan 13

jayden says...

Also if the pitch was that bad and bad weather due i can see their game being called off mid week another game to ge in ,fixture pile up hopefully.
Also if the pitch was that bad and bad weather due i can see their game being called off mid week another game to ge in ,fixture pile up hopefully. jayden
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8:03pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Di kanny oh says...

I see Brizzle City have sacked their manager McInnes after a 4-0 hammering at home today. How fortunate are we to have such a calm laid back manager just getting on with his job. Made me laugh that some of the Bournemouth fans were missing the game today due to Paolo's facing of his own dug out lavishing praise on his coaching staff or words similar to that effect. Lets enjoy Paolo and this moment in time as it will be a very sad day when the king departs which I hope ain't anytime soon.
I see Brizzle City have sacked their manager McInnes after a 4-0 hammering at home today. How fortunate are we to have such a calm laid back manager just getting on with his job. Made me laugh that some of the Bournemouth fans were missing the game today due to Paolo's facing of his own dug out lavishing praise on his coaching staff or words similar to that effect. Lets enjoy Paolo and this moment in time as it will be a very sad day when the king departs which I hope ain't anytime soon. Di kanny oh
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8:03pm Sat 12 Jan 13

The Jockster says...

the wizard wrote:
DarrenSTFCRomain wrote:
NOT MOANING..
But can we please start with FERRY and RDV next game please Paolo ??
Roberts set up a sitter in the first half for Collins, you know, that BIG miss, and he also played through some good balls for the front men. Second half very little got played down the left flank for him to get onto. Was that a tactic discussed at half time to take the focus off our left ? and then bring Raffa on to do the biz ?

Yes, I like Raffa as well , but Roberts to be fair is now improving game on game.
Absolutely Darren, Roberts wasn't very effective and when Rafa came on combined with Ferry we started to create some opportunities and that pressure resulted in a well deserved equaliser.
Can't believe how a guy whose confidence should be sky high after scoring for fun recently contrived to miss a wide open goal from six yards after he'd done all the hard work.

Paolo was probably both relieved and elated to get a point as his scarf to the sky and pumping his chest to the faithful proved. His perhaps one tactical error was not bringing on rdv and Ferry earlier but hey today was certainly a point gained rather than two points lost.
[quote][p][bold]the wizard[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DarrenSTFCRomain[/bold] wrote: NOT MOANING.. But can we please start with FERRY and RDV next game please Paolo ??[/p][/quote]Roberts set up a sitter in the first half for Collins, you know, that BIG miss, and he also played through some good balls for the front men. Second half very little got played down the left flank for him to get onto. Was that a tactic discussed at half time to take the focus off our left ? and then bring Raffa on to do the biz ? Yes, I like Raffa as well , but Roberts to be fair is now improving game on game.[/p][/quote]Absolutely Darren, Roberts wasn't very effective and when Rafa came on combined with Ferry we started to create some opportunities and that pressure resulted in a well deserved equaliser. Can't believe how a guy whose confidence should be sky high after scoring for fun recently contrived to miss a wide open goal from six yards after he'd done all the hard work. Paolo was probably both relieved and elated to get a point as his scarf to the sky and pumping his chest to the faithful proved. His perhaps one tactical error was not bringing on rdv and Ferry earlier but hey today was certainly a point gained rather than two points lost. The Jockster
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8:34pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Redhouse Red says...

He picks the team
He picks the teeeeeem
That boy Paolo
He picks the team
He picks the team He picks the teeeeeem That boy Paolo He picks the team Redhouse Red
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8:52pm Sat 12 Jan 13

lymicherry says...

Swindon comfortably the best team we've seen at the Goldsands all season - thought your fans were great too. Fair result from a highly entertaining game which could have been a classic, had the elements not intervened. Realistically, I believe the playoffs are the best Bournemouth can hope for spring (which, bearing mind the shambles we were back in early October, is a minor miracle), but I can certainly see Swindon challenging the likes of Tranmere and Doncaster for automatic promotion.
Swindon comfortably the best team we've seen at the Goldsands all season - thought your fans were great too. Fair result from a highly entertaining game which could have been a classic, had the elements not intervened. Realistically, I believe the playoffs are the best Bournemouth can hope for spring (which, bearing mind the shambles we were back in early October, is a minor miracle), but I can certainly see Swindon challenging the likes of Tranmere and Doncaster for automatic promotion. lymicherry
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8:52pm Sat 12 Jan 13

red white says...

Yeah well done lads.

Back next at the CG and.....

Get them floodlights on!
Yeah well done lads. Back next at the CG and..... Get them floodlights on! red white
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9:06pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Another view says...

lymicherry says...
8:52pm Sat 12 Jan 13
Swindon comfortably the best team we've seen at the Goldsands all season - thought your fans were great too. Fair result from a highly entertaining game which could have been a classic, had the elements not intervened. Realistically, I believe the playoffs are the best Bournemouth can hope for spring (which, bearing mind the shambles we were back in early October, is a minor miracle), but I can certainly see Swindon challenging the likes of Tranmere and Doncaster for automatic promotion."

- Don't forget, Lymicherry, that the teams who start off well often have a barren spell in the second half of the season. I think both teams will be very close.
lymicherry says... 8:52pm Sat 12 Jan 13 Swindon comfortably the best team we've seen at the Goldsands all season - thought your fans were great too. Fair result from a highly entertaining game which could have been a classic, had the elements not intervened. Realistically, I believe the playoffs are the best Bournemouth can hope for spring (which, bearing mind the shambles we were back in early October, is a minor miracle), but I can certainly see Swindon challenging the likes of Tranmere and Doncaster for automatic promotion." - Don't forget, Lymicherry, that the teams who start off well often have a barren spell in the second half of the season. I think both teams will be very close. Another view
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9:33pm Sat 12 Jan 13

the wizard says...

The Jockster wrote:
the wizard wrote:
DarrenSTFCRomain wrote:
NOT MOANING..
But can we please start with FERRY and RDV next game please Paolo ??
Roberts set up a sitter in the first half for Collins, you know, that BIG miss, and he also played through some good balls for the front men. Second half very little got played down the left flank for him to get onto. Was that a tactic discussed at half time to take the focus off our left ? and then bring Raffa on to do the biz ?

Yes, I like Raffa as well , but Roberts to be fair is now improving game on game.
Absolutely Darren, Roberts wasn't very effective and when Rafa came on combined with Ferry we started to create some opportunities and that pressure resulted in a well deserved equaliser.
Can't believe how a guy whose confidence should be sky high after scoring for fun recently contrived to miss a wide open goal from six yards after he'd done all the hard work.

Paolo was probably both relieved and elated to get a point as his scarf to the sky and pumping his chest to the faithful proved. His perhaps one tactical error was not bringing on rdv and Ferry earlier but hey today was certainly a point gained rather than two points lost.
You fail to note that Roberts laid on a peach for Collins and also didn't have the bonus of playing with Ferry. Miller is a different player altogether. I may have not been there, but the radio commentary was very complementary towards Roberts in the first half, and by all accounts he put in several superb passes that got thwarted by our guys being too early, too late or just plain stuck in the mud.
However, one half of your toilet WC pair did manage to score a blinder to even the match. Game on against Shrews.
Not many will get a point at Bornmuff this season, so a job well done, even according to their supporters.
[quote][p][bold]The Jockster[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the wizard[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DarrenSTFCRomain[/bold] wrote: NOT MOANING.. But can we please start with FERRY and RDV next game please Paolo ??[/p][/quote]Roberts set up a sitter in the first half for Collins, you know, that BIG miss, and he also played through some good balls for the front men. Second half very little got played down the left flank for him to get onto. Was that a tactic discussed at half time to take the focus off our left ? and then bring Raffa on to do the biz ? Yes, I like Raffa as well , but Roberts to be fair is now improving game on game.[/p][/quote]Absolutely Darren, Roberts wasn't very effective and when Rafa came on combined with Ferry we started to create some opportunities and that pressure resulted in a well deserved equaliser. Can't believe how a guy whose confidence should be sky high after scoring for fun recently contrived to miss a wide open goal from six yards after he'd done all the hard work. Paolo was probably both relieved and elated to get a point as his scarf to the sky and pumping his chest to the faithful proved. His perhaps one tactical error was not bringing on rdv and Ferry earlier but hey today was certainly a point gained rather than two points lost.[/p][/quote]You fail to note that Roberts laid on a peach for Collins and also didn't have the bonus of playing with Ferry. Miller is a different player altogether. I may have not been there, but the radio commentary was very complementary towards Roberts in the first half, and by all accounts he put in several superb passes that got thwarted by our guys being too early, too late or just plain stuck in the mud. However, one half of your toilet WC pair did manage to score a blinder to even the match. Game on against Shrews. Not many will get a point at Bornmuff this season, so a job well done, even according to their supporters. the wizard
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10:11pm Sat 12 Jan 13

california andy says...

Navarro and Miller are past their sell-by dates, and Hollands/Ferry is the combo that should be out there as much as possible. It sounds as though Roberts maintained his recent improvement in form, but Raffa is still the better option: he tracks back, tackles and scores (where Roberts does none of the above). Too bad Collins missed an absolute sitter, but a credit to the lads to battle back in dreadful conditions. Doncaster scoring the winner in added time was a great pity, but we are still in touch, and this was a valuable away point.
Navarro and Miller are past their sell-by dates, and Hollands/Ferry is the combo that should be out there as much as possible. It sounds as though Roberts maintained his recent improvement in form, but Raffa is still the better option: he tracks back, tackles and scores (where Roberts does none of the above). Too bad Collins missed an absolute sitter, but a credit to the lads to battle back in dreadful conditions. Doncaster scoring the winner in added time was a great pity, but we are still in touch, and this was a valuable away point. california andy
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10:33pm Sat 12 Jan 13

jayden says...

california andy wrote:
Navarro and Miller are past their sell-by dates, and Hollands/Ferry is the combo that should be out there as much as possible. It sounds as though Roberts maintained his recent improvement in form, but Raffa is still the better option: he tracks back, tackles and scores (where Roberts does none of the above). Too bad Collins missed an absolute sitter, but a credit to the lads to battle back in dreadful conditions. Doncaster scoring the winner in added time was a great pity, but we are still in touch, and this was a valuable away point.
Er yes Roberts does i would say that their is not much between them may be Raffa as he scores goals would get the nodd.
[quote][p][bold]california andy[/bold] wrote: Navarro and Miller are past their sell-by dates, and Hollands/Ferry is the combo that should be out there as much as possible. It sounds as though Roberts maintained his recent improvement in form, but Raffa is still the better option: he tracks back, tackles and scores (where Roberts does none of the above). Too bad Collins missed an absolute sitter, but a credit to the lads to battle back in dreadful conditions. Doncaster scoring the winner in added time was a great pity, but we are still in touch, and this was a valuable away point.[/p][/quote]Er yes Roberts does i would say that their is not much between them may be Raffa as he scores goals would get the nodd. jayden
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10:52pm Sat 12 Jan 13

The Jockster says...

the wizard wrote:
The Jockster wrote:
the wizard wrote:
DarrenSTFCRomain wrote:
NOT MOANING..
But can we please start with FERRY and RDV next game please Paolo ??
Roberts set up a sitter in the first half for Collins, you know, that BIG miss, and he also played through some good balls for the front men. Second half very little got played down the left flank for him to get onto. Was that a tactic discussed at half time to take the focus off our left ? and then bring Raffa on to do the biz ?

Yes, I like Raffa as well , but Roberts to be fair is now improving game on game.
Absolutely Darren, Roberts wasn't very effective and when Rafa came on combined with Ferry we started to create some opportunities and that pressure resulted in a well deserved equaliser.
Can't believe how a guy whose confidence should be sky high after scoring for fun recently contrived to miss a wide open goal from six yards after he'd done all the hard work.

Paolo was probably both relieved and elated to get a point as his scarf to the sky and pumping his chest to the faithful proved. His perhaps one tactical error was not bringing on rdv and Ferry earlier but hey today was certainly a point gained rather than two points lost.
You fail to note that Roberts laid on a peach for Collins and also didn't have the bonus of playing with Ferry. Miller is a different player altogether. I may have not been there, but the radio commentary was very complementary towards Roberts in the first half, and by all accounts he put in several superb passes that got thwarted by our guys being too early, too late or just plain stuck in the mud.
However, one half of your toilet WC pair did manage to score a blinder to even the match. Game on against Shrews.
Not many will get a point at Bornmuff this season, so a job well done, even according to their supporters.
We're you there then?
[quote][p][bold]the wizard[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Jockster[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the wizard[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DarrenSTFCRomain[/bold] wrote: NOT MOANING.. But can we please start with FERRY and RDV next game please Paolo ??[/p][/quote]Roberts set up a sitter in the first half for Collins, you know, that BIG miss, and he also played through some good balls for the front men. Second half very little got played down the left flank for him to get onto. Was that a tactic discussed at half time to take the focus off our left ? and then bring Raffa on to do the biz ? Yes, I like Raffa as well , but Roberts to be fair is now improving game on game.[/p][/quote]Absolutely Darren, Roberts wasn't very effective and when Rafa came on combined with Ferry we started to create some opportunities and that pressure resulted in a well deserved equaliser. Can't believe how a guy whose confidence should be sky high after scoring for fun recently contrived to miss a wide open goal from six yards after he'd done all the hard work. Paolo was probably both relieved and elated to get a point as his scarf to the sky and pumping his chest to the faithful proved. His perhaps one tactical error was not bringing on rdv and Ferry earlier but hey today was certainly a point gained rather than two points lost.[/p][/quote]You fail to note that Roberts laid on a peach for Collins and also didn't have the bonus of playing with Ferry. Miller is a different player altogether. I may have not been there, but the radio commentary was very complementary towards Roberts in the first half, and by all accounts he put in several superb passes that got thwarted by our guys being too early, too late or just plain stuck in the mud. However, one half of your toilet WC pair did manage to score a blinder to even the match. Game on against Shrews. Not many will get a point at Bornmuff this season, so a job well done, even according to their supporters.[/p][/quote]We're you there then? The Jockster
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11:33pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Oi Den! says...

I'm not going to attempt to comment on how Roberts played today as I didn't see the game. I just feel that if it's De Vita v Roberts for a starting berth, there's no contest. De Vita is the more creative, the more energetic and the hungrier of the two. He also wins a lot of headers, which is pretty useful when we are using the modern tactic of launching the ball from the penalty area to the touchline. I have a feeling that Roberts will come into his own towards the end of the season when the conditions are better.
I'm not going to attempt to comment on how Roberts played today as I didn't see the game. I just feel that if it's De Vita v Roberts for a starting berth, there's no contest. De Vita is the more creative, the more energetic and the hungrier of the two. He also wins a lot of headers, which is pretty useful when we are using the modern tactic of launching the ball from the penalty area to the touchline. I have a feeling that Roberts will come into his own towards the end of the season when the conditions are better. Oi Den!
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11:45pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Okus Road says...

Considering the conditions today it was a great game. Bournemouth played some decent football and will take points off of most teams. We had the chances in the first half and created more near the end of the game. Only a brilliant save by Wes kept us in it, otherwise 0 - 2 down that would have been it.
The ref did well today and took the conditions into account with some of the tackles flying in. Nathan was lucky not to be booked in the first few minutes ans was getting stuck in to their winger.
Happy with a point we just need to nick a couple of wins at the likes of Tranmere, MK Dons, Doncaster and we will win the league.
Glad to see Williams score as it keeps my hopes up for him to finish top L1 scorer to collect my bet @ 66/1
To sum up draw a fair result
Considering the conditions today it was a great game. Bournemouth played some decent football and will take points off of most teams. We had the chances in the first half and created more near the end of the game. Only a brilliant save by Wes kept us in it, otherwise 0 - 2 down that would have been it. The ref did well today and took the conditions into account with some of the tackles flying in. Nathan was lucky not to be booked in the first few minutes ans was getting stuck in to their winger. Happy with a point we just need to nick a couple of wins at the likes of Tranmere, MK Dons, Doncaster and we will win the league. Glad to see Williams score as it keeps my hopes up for him to finish top L1 scorer to collect my bet @ 66/1 To sum up draw a fair result Okus Road
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11:56pm Sat 12 Jan 13

The Jockster says...

the wizard wrote:
The Jockster wrote:
the wizard wrote:
DarrenSTFCRomain wrote:
NOT MOANING..
But can we please start with FERRY and RDV next game please Paolo ??
Roberts set up a sitter in the first half for Collins, you know, that BIG miss, and he also played through some good balls for the front men. Second half very little got played down the left flank for him to get onto. Was that a tactic discussed at half time to take the focus off our left ? and then bring Raffa on to do the biz ?

Yes, I like Raffa as well , but Roberts to be fair is now improving game on game.
Absolutely Darren, Roberts wasn't very effective and when Rafa came on combined with Ferry we started to create some opportunities and that pressure resulted in a well deserved equaliser.
Can't believe how a guy whose confidence should be sky high after scoring for fun recently contrived to miss a wide open goal from six yards after he'd done all the hard work.

Paolo was probably both relieved and elated to get a point as his scarf to the sky and pumping his chest to the faithful proved. His perhaps one tactical error was not bringing on rdv and Ferry earlier but hey today was certainly a point gained rather than two points lost.
You fail to note that Roberts laid on a peach for Collins and also didn't have the bonus of playing with Ferry. Miller is a different player altogether. I may have not been there, but the radio commentary was very complementary towards Roberts in the first half, and by all accounts he put in several superb passes that got thwarted by our guys being too early, too late or just plain stuck in the mud.
However, one half of your toilet WC pair did manage to score a blinder to even the match. Game on against Shrews.
Not many will get a point at Bornmuff this season, so a job well done, even according to their supporters.
Rafa is by far the better player and as den says Roberts struggled in the conditions he's too lightweight for heavy winter pitches.all I know from what I saw at the stadium in the rain was that we started to show some real urgency and that co-incided with the introduction of Ferry @ rdv. I'm surely not the only one who cannot believe how miller starts over Ferry? It's no contest!
We are indebted more to James and their defender -cracking fresh air shot as Willo's speculative effort crept over the line. Hope they show Dumbo's miss on the FL show :)
[quote][p][bold]the wizard[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Jockster[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the wizard[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DarrenSTFCRomain[/bold] wrote: NOT MOANING.. But can we please start with FERRY and RDV next game please Paolo ??[/p][/quote]Roberts set up a sitter in the first half for Collins, you know, that BIG miss, and he also played through some good balls for the front men. Second half very little got played down the left flank for him to get onto. Was that a tactic discussed at half time to take the focus off our left ? and then bring Raffa on to do the biz ? Yes, I like Raffa as well , but Roberts to be fair is now improving game on game.[/p][/quote]Absolutely Darren, Roberts wasn't very effective and when Rafa came on combined with Ferry we started to create some opportunities and that pressure resulted in a well deserved equaliser. Can't believe how a guy whose confidence should be sky high after scoring for fun recently contrived to miss a wide open goal from six yards after he'd done all the hard work. Paolo was probably both relieved and elated to get a point as his scarf to the sky and pumping his chest to the faithful proved. His perhaps one tactical error was not bringing on rdv and Ferry earlier but hey today was certainly a point gained rather than two points lost.[/p][/quote]You fail to note that Roberts laid on a peach for Collins and also didn't have the bonus of playing with Ferry. Miller is a different player altogether. I may have not been there, but the radio commentary was very complementary towards Roberts in the first half, and by all accounts he put in several superb passes that got thwarted by our guys being too early, too late or just plain stuck in the mud. However, one half of your toilet WC pair did manage to score a blinder to even the match. Game on against Shrews. Not many will get a point at Bornmuff this season, so a job well done, even according to their supporters.[/p][/quote]Rafa is by far the better player and as den says Roberts struggled in the conditions he's too lightweight for heavy winter pitches.all I know from what I saw at the stadium in the rain was that we started to show some real urgency and that co-incided with the introduction of Ferry @ rdv. I'm surely not the only one who cannot believe how miller starts over Ferry? It's no contest! We are indebted more to James and their defender -cracking fresh air shot as Willo's speculative effort crept over the line. Hope they show Dumbo's miss on the FL show :) The Jockster
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12:04am Sun 13 Jan 13

the wizard says...

The Jockster wrote:
the wizard wrote:
The Jockster wrote:
the wizard wrote:
DarrenSTFCRomain wrote:
NOT MOANING..
But can we please start with FERRY and RDV next game please Paolo ??
Roberts set up a sitter in the first half for Collins, you know, that BIG miss, and he also played through some good balls for the front men. Second half very little got played down the left flank for him to get onto. Was that a tactic discussed at half time to take the focus off our left ? and then bring Raffa on to do the biz ?

Yes, I like Raffa as well , but Roberts to be fair is now improving game on game.
Absolutely Darren, Roberts wasn't very effective and when Rafa came on combined with Ferry we started to create some opportunities and that pressure resulted in a well deserved equaliser.
Can't believe how a guy whose confidence should be sky high after scoring for fun recently contrived to miss a wide open goal from six yards after he'd done all the hard work.

Paolo was probably both relieved and elated to get a point as his scarf to the sky and pumping his chest to the faithful proved. His perhaps one tactical error was not bringing on rdv and Ferry earlier but hey today was certainly a point gained rather than two points lost.
You fail to note that Roberts laid on a peach for Collins and also didn't have the bonus of playing with Ferry. Miller is a different player altogether. I may have not been there, but the radio commentary was very complementary towards Roberts in the first half, and by all accounts he put in several superb passes that got thwarted by our guys being too early, too late or just plain stuck in the mud.
However, one half of your toilet WC pair did manage to score a blinder to even the match. Game on against Shrews.
Not many will get a point at Bornmuff this season, so a job well done, even according to their supporters.
We're you there then?
Nah, didn't make the bench this week.
[quote][p][bold]The Jockster[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the wizard[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Jockster[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the wizard[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DarrenSTFCRomain[/bold] wrote: NOT MOANING.. But can we please start with FERRY and RDV next game please Paolo ??[/p][/quote]Roberts set up a sitter in the first half for Collins, you know, that BIG miss, and he also played through some good balls for the front men. Second half very little got played down the left flank for him to get onto. Was that a tactic discussed at half time to take the focus off our left ? and then bring Raffa on to do the biz ? Yes, I like Raffa as well , but Roberts to be fair is now improving game on game.[/p][/quote]Absolutely Darren, Roberts wasn't very effective and when Rafa came on combined with Ferry we started to create some opportunities and that pressure resulted in a well deserved equaliser. Can't believe how a guy whose confidence should be sky high after scoring for fun recently contrived to miss a wide open goal from six yards after he'd done all the hard work. Paolo was probably both relieved and elated to get a point as his scarf to the sky and pumping his chest to the faithful proved. His perhaps one tactical error was not bringing on rdv and Ferry earlier but hey today was certainly a point gained rather than two points lost.[/p][/quote]You fail to note that Roberts laid on a peach for Collins and also didn't have the bonus of playing with Ferry. Miller is a different player altogether. I may have not been there, but the radio commentary was very complementary towards Roberts in the first half, and by all accounts he put in several superb passes that got thwarted by our guys being too early, too late or just plain stuck in the mud. However, one half of your toilet WC pair did manage to score a blinder to even the match. Game on against Shrews. Not many will get a point at Bornmuff this season, so a job well done, even according to their supporters.[/p][/quote]We're you there then?[/p][/quote]Nah, didn't make the bench this week. the wizard
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12:09am Sun 13 Jan 13

Oi Den! says...

The Jockster wrote:
the wizard wrote:
The Jockster wrote:
the wizard wrote:
DarrenSTFCRomain wrote: NOT MOANING.. But can we please start with FERRY and RDV next game please Paolo ??
Roberts set up a sitter in the first half for Collins, you know, that BIG miss, and he also played through some good balls for the front men. Second half very little got played down the left flank for him to get onto. Was that a tactic discussed at half time to take the focus off our left ? and then bring Raffa on to do the biz ? Yes, I like Raffa as well , but Roberts to be fair is now improving game on game.
Absolutely Darren, Roberts wasn't very effective and when Rafa came on combined with Ferry we started to create some opportunities and that pressure resulted in a well deserved equaliser. Can't believe how a guy whose confidence should be sky high after scoring for fun recently contrived to miss a wide open goal from six yards after he'd done all the hard work. Paolo was probably both relieved and elated to get a point as his scarf to the sky and pumping his chest to the faithful proved. His perhaps one tactical error was not bringing on rdv and Ferry earlier but hey today was certainly a point gained rather than two points lost.
You fail to note that Roberts laid on a peach for Collins and also didn't have the bonus of playing with Ferry. Miller is a different player altogether. I may have not been there, but the radio commentary was very complementary towards Roberts in the first half, and by all accounts he put in several superb passes that got thwarted by our guys being too early, too late or just plain stuck in the mud. However, one half of your toilet WC pair did manage to score a blinder to even the match. Game on against Shrews. Not many will get a point at Bornmuff this season, so a job well done, even according to their supporters.
Rafa is by far the better player and as den says Roberts struggled in the conditions he's too lightweight for heavy winter pitches.all I know from what I saw at the stadium in the rain was that we started to show some real urgency and that co-incided with the introduction of Ferry @ rdv. I'm surely not the only one who cannot believe how miller starts over Ferry? It's no contest! We are indebted more to James and their defender -cracking fresh air shot as Willo's speculative effort crept over the line. Hope they show Dumbo's miss on the FL show :)
Aaaaggghhh! I'll repeat what I said last week - all good strikers miss good chances. Quite often it comes about because they have a knack of often getting into the right positions (which Collins does because he takes a gamble and he attacks the ball). Not being afraid to miss is important too. The bogroll two will see us through!
[quote][p][bold]The Jockster[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the wizard[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Jockster[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the wizard[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DarrenSTFCRomain[/bold] wrote: NOT MOANING.. But can we please start with FERRY and RDV next game please Paolo ??[/p][/quote]Roberts set up a sitter in the first half for Collins, you know, that BIG miss, and he also played through some good balls for the front men. Second half very little got played down the left flank for him to get onto. Was that a tactic discussed at half time to take the focus off our left ? and then bring Raffa on to do the biz ? Yes, I like Raffa as well , but Roberts to be fair is now improving game on game.[/p][/quote]Absolutely Darren, Roberts wasn't very effective and when Rafa came on combined with Ferry we started to create some opportunities and that pressure resulted in a well deserved equaliser. Can't believe how a guy whose confidence should be sky high after scoring for fun recently contrived to miss a wide open goal from six yards after he'd done all the hard work. Paolo was probably both relieved and elated to get a point as his scarf to the sky and pumping his chest to the faithful proved. His perhaps one tactical error was not bringing on rdv and Ferry earlier but hey today was certainly a point gained rather than two points lost.[/p][/quote]You fail to note that Roberts laid on a peach for Collins and also didn't have the bonus of playing with Ferry. Miller is a different player altogether. I may have not been there, but the radio commentary was very complementary towards Roberts in the first half, and by all accounts he put in several superb passes that got thwarted by our guys being too early, too late or just plain stuck in the mud. However, one half of your toilet WC pair did manage to score a blinder to even the match. Game on against Shrews. Not many will get a point at Bornmuff this season, so a job well done, even according to their supporters.[/p][/quote]Rafa is by far the better player and as den says Roberts struggled in the conditions he's too lightweight for heavy winter pitches.all I know from what I saw at the stadium in the rain was that we started to show some real urgency and that co-incided with the introduction of Ferry @ rdv. I'm surely not the only one who cannot believe how miller starts over Ferry? It's no contest! We are indebted more to James and their defender -cracking fresh air shot as Willo's speculative effort crept over the line. Hope they show Dumbo's miss on the FL show :)[/p][/quote]Aaaaggghhh! I'll repeat what I said last week - all good strikers miss good chances. Quite often it comes about because they have a knack of often getting into the right positions (which Collins does because he takes a gamble and he attacks the ball). Not being afraid to miss is important too. The bogroll two will see us through! Oi Den!
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12:13am Sun 13 Jan 13

The Jockster says...

Okus Road wrote:
Considering the conditions today it was a great game. Bournemouth played some decent football and will take points off of most teams. We had the chances in the first half and created more near the end of the game. Only a brilliant save by Wes kept us in it, otherwise 0 - 2 down that would have been it.
The ref did well today and took the conditions into account with some of the tackles flying in. Nathan was lucky not to be booked in the first few minutes ans was getting stuck in to their winger.
Happy with a point we just need to nick a couple of wins at the likes of Tranmere, MK Dons, Doncaster and we will win the league.
Glad to see Williams score as it keeps my hopes up for him to finish top L1 scorer to collect my bet @ 66/1
To sum up draw a fair result
Good to see someone else who was there like me saying the same things -we did have chances 1st half and were in control last 15 when SF & RDv were introduced.
[quote][p][bold]Okus Road[/bold] wrote: Considering the conditions today it was a great game. Bournemouth played some decent football and will take points off of most teams. We had the chances in the first half and created more near the end of the game. Only a brilliant save by Wes kept us in it, otherwise 0 - 2 down that would have been it. The ref did well today and took the conditions into account with some of the tackles flying in. Nathan was lucky not to be booked in the first few minutes ans was getting stuck in to their winger. Happy with a point we just need to nick a couple of wins at the likes of Tranmere, MK Dons, Doncaster and we will win the league. Glad to see Williams score as it keeps my hopes up for him to finish top L1 scorer to collect my bet @ 66/1 To sum up draw a fair result[/p][/quote]Good to see someone else who was there like me saying the same things -we did have chances 1st half and were in control last 15 when SF & RDv were introduced. The Jockster
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12:15am Sun 13 Jan 13

the wizard says...

Jockster,

All hilarity to one side, yes I agree Ferry is the best we have by a country mile and then some, and for me now Bostock has gone he must be played with Hollands. The two work together very well.

I also agree that RDV, who has always been played as a forward before he came here has a natural killer instinct in front of goal and is more creative on the wing, BUT, and its a big but, I firmly believe Roberts will come good. He has shown in the last few games his confidence is returning. I think he and RDV are horses for courses, they both have good elements of play and TBH I still think its a matter of tinkerman between the two. Shame Collins missed the sitter, but I've just seen plenty of others missed on MoTD, so he is not alone. Sometimes its impossible to see how the ball doesn't go in, but it happens to other teams besides ours. I agree its frustrating but its part of the game.
With that I'll bid you a pleasant good night, and its only football, we'll get there I'm sure.
Jockster, All hilarity to one side, yes I agree Ferry is the best we have by a country mile and then some, and for me now Bostock has gone he must be played with Hollands. The two work together very well. I also agree that RDV, who has always been played as a forward before he came here has a natural killer instinct in front of goal and is more creative on the wing, BUT, and its a big but, I firmly believe Roberts will come good. He has shown in the last few games his confidence is returning. I think he and RDV are horses for courses, they both have good elements of play and TBH I still think its a matter of tinkerman between the two. Shame Collins missed the sitter, but I've just seen plenty of others missed on MoTD, so he is not alone. Sometimes its impossible to see how the ball doesn't go in, but it happens to other teams besides ours. I agree its frustrating but its part of the game. With that I'll bid you a pleasant good night, and its only football, we'll get there I'm sure. the wizard
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12:29am Sun 13 Jan 13

Oi Den! says...

Indeed Wiz. It really is, as my old man used to say, just 22 blokes kicking a bag of wind about. It's great stuff - but only a distraction from the things that really matter.
Indeed Wiz. It really is, as my old man used to say, just 22 blokes kicking a bag of wind about. It's great stuff - but only a distraction from the things that really matter. Oi Den!
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12:57am Sun 13 Jan 13

joey butler says...

Malky,

Why have you reverted to a previous user name please?
Malky, Why have you reverted to a previous user name please? joey butler
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7:20am Sun 13 Jan 13

Exiled Red says...

Oi Den! wrote:
BBC website describes us and Bournemouth as "play-off rivals". I don't think so. We are promotion rivals. Do they seriously think both clubs are going to spend the rest of the season trying get into the play-offs? The target has to be the top two unless and until it becomes impossible. If it turns out we're not good enough, obviously we'll take the consolation opportunity offered by the play-offs. But I'd hate to think that they are the limit of our ambitions.
As a Bournemouth supporter totally agree

Draw fair result although gutted about the goal we gave you

Best two teams in the league and hopefully will finish as the top two
[quote][p][bold]Oi Den![/bold] wrote: BBC website describes us and Bournemouth as "play-off rivals". I don't think so. We are promotion rivals. Do they seriously think both clubs are going to spend the rest of the season trying get into the play-offs? The target has to be the top two unless and until it becomes impossible. If it turns out we're not good enough, obviously we'll take the consolation opportunity offered by the play-offs. But I'd hate to think that they are the limit of our ambitions.[/p][/quote]As a Bournemouth supporter totally agree Draw fair result although gutted about the goal we gave you Best two teams in the league and hopefully will finish as the top two Exiled Red
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7:52am Sun 13 Jan 13

London Red says...

Let's not forget that this is 2013 not 1913 and its now a squad game
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There is no way you can simply name the same XI for 50 odd games
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As it has been clearly noted and stated by Howe himself that the weather almost made it impossible to play football
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Ferry is a playmaker and with the conditions as they were had he started he may have been ineffective due to the conditions dictating play
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PdC might have thought this and thought why risk Ferry getting injured (more likely in poor conditions) in a game where he may not be effective
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I would rather Ferry on the bench in that case rather tha him miss 3, 4 or 5 matches coming up where he could really make a difference
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Also the other thing is we are starting to enter a period of Tues-Sat-Tues-Sat games again and we know that is draining
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So it's great that we have options to keep us fresh
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I have no issue with us rotating between RDV and Roberts, Williams Collins and Martin and Ferry Hollands and Miller
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We have had this complaint about PdC over rotating since he arrived but one person has been proven to be right - PdC!
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We have been the most sucessful team in the entire Football League and believe 3rd if the Premiership is added!
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You would have thought after nearly 100 games which have seen us win over 60 of them people would start to trust PdC that he knows his players and what will work in each game
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Yes he gets it wrong sometimes - luckily for us thought that is very rare
Let's not forget that this is 2013 not 1913 and its now a squad game . There is no way you can simply name the same XI for 50 odd games . As it has been clearly noted and stated by Howe himself that the weather almost made it impossible to play football . Ferry is a playmaker and with the conditions as they were had he started he may have been ineffective due to the conditions dictating play . PdC might have thought this and thought why risk Ferry getting injured (more likely in poor conditions) in a game where he may not be effective . I would rather Ferry on the bench in that case rather tha him miss 3, 4 or 5 matches coming up where he could really make a difference . Also the other thing is we are starting to enter a period of Tues-Sat-Tues-Sat games again and we know that is draining . So it's great that we have options to keep us fresh . I have no issue with us rotating between RDV and Roberts, Williams Collins and Martin and Ferry Hollands and Miller . We have had this complaint about PdC over rotating since he arrived but one person has been proven to be right - PdC! . We have been the most sucessful team in the entire Football League and believe 3rd if the Premiership is added! . You would have thought after nearly 100 games which have seen us win over 60 of them people would start to trust PdC that he knows his players and what will work in each game . Yes he gets it wrong sometimes - luckily for us thought that is very rare London Red
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8:15am Sun 13 Jan 13

smirg kcab says...

Fantastic point, great day, wes save one of the best I've seen ever, no negative from me apart from the ref who was woeful,
Two fantastic clubs playing great football due to the very very poor weather (oh shiit another neg)
Onwards and upwards.
Thought the last kick of the game was in.
Fantastic point, great day, wes save one of the best I've seen ever, no negative from me apart from the ref who was woeful, Two fantastic clubs playing great football due to the very very poor weather (oh shiit another neg) Onwards and upwards. Thought the last kick of the game was in. smirg kcab
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8:46am Sun 13 Jan 13

dreamofacleansheet2 says...

London hate to say it but you took the words right out of my mouth!

No player can start every fixture in the modern game. The pace of play is just to physically demanding.

We all agree Si Ferry is our best midfielder and personally I'd always pick Raffa over Roberts. (Just my preference). The pitch is a quagmire and the manager decides to save there legs. Seems eminently sensible to me.

We are 7 points off top with a game in hand and 20 left. Many games at home against teams in the bottom half.

Well done Paolo on your selection, well done the players for their performance, a good point on a water polo pitch and especially top draw the red army on a cold and miserable day.
London hate to say it but you took the words right out of my mouth! No player can start every fixture in the modern game. The pace of play is just to physically demanding. We all agree Si Ferry is our best midfielder and personally I'd always pick Raffa over Roberts. (Just my preference). The pitch is a quagmire and the manager decides to save there legs. Seems eminently sensible to me. We are 7 points off top with a game in hand and 20 left. Many games at home against teams in the bottom half. Well done Paolo on your selection, well done the players for their performance, a good point on a water polo pitch and especially top draw the red army on a cold and miserable day. dreamofacleansheet2
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9:02am Sun 13 Jan 13

old town robin says...

Roberts took his chance to start games after he replaced Raffa when he was having a stinker against Pompey. Both good players on their day, competition is what they need to push each other. Not that bothered which one starts at the moment if they both show desire and commitment, you know one or other will come on to replace the other or Ritchie, we seem to have a core of 14 regulars at the moment and it's nice to know we have players on the bench that would get into most teams in this division.
Roberts took his chance to start games after he replaced Raffa when he was having a stinker against Pompey. Both good players on their day, competition is what they need to push each other. Not that bothered which one starts at the moment if they both show desire and commitment, you know one or other will come on to replace the other or Ritchie, we seem to have a core of 14 regulars at the moment and it's nice to know we have players on the bench that would get into most teams in this division. old town robin
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9:38am Sun 13 Jan 13

TheDukeOfBanbury says...

lymicherry wrote:
Swindon comfortably the best team we've seen at the Goldsands all season - thought your fans were great too. Fair result from a highly entertaining game which could have been a classic, had the elements not intervened. Realistically, I believe the playoffs are the best Bournemouth can hope for spring (which, bearing mind the shambles we were back in early October, is a minor miracle), but I can certainly see Swindon challenging the likes of Tranmere and Doncaster for automatic promotion.
I disagree Mate. You saw 2 capable teams that could both challenge for promotion.

Sadly the weather tried to do its best to spoil it but both sides made it a great game.

Lots of games to play and points to win and lose. I can see why you have a good unbeaten record and have to say I thought Swindon's fitness in the final quarter helped us.

Fair result I thought.
[quote][p][bold]lymicherry[/bold] wrote: Swindon comfortably the best team we've seen at the Goldsands all season - thought your fans were great too. Fair result from a highly entertaining game which could have been a classic, had the elements not intervened. Realistically, I believe the playoffs are the best Bournemouth can hope for spring (which, bearing mind the shambles we were back in early October, is a minor miracle), but I can certainly see Swindon challenging the likes of Tranmere and Doncaster for automatic promotion.[/p][/quote]I disagree Mate. You saw 2 capable teams that could both challenge for promotion. Sadly the weather tried to do its best to spoil it but both sides made it a great game. Lots of games to play and points to win and lose. I can see why you have a good unbeaten record and have to say I thought Swindon's fitness in the final quarter helped us. Fair result I thought. TheDukeOfBanbury
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10:40am Sun 13 Jan 13

Chish and Fips says...

What happened to that ''STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road ' from B'mouth spent best part of the week on here and how we going to get a lesson in football etc..
The silence may be saying more than all his/her previous postings.
What happened to that ''STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road ' from B'mouth spent best part of the week on here and how we going to get a lesson in football etc.. The silence may be saying more than all his/her previous postings. Chish and Fips
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10:45am Sun 13 Jan 13

Okus Road says...

smirg kcab wrote:
Fantastic point, great day, wes save one of the best I've seen ever, no negative from me apart from the ref who was woeful,
Two fantastic clubs playing great football due to the very very poor weather (oh shiit another neg)
Onwards and upwards.
Thought the last kick of the game was in.
Bit harsh, I though the ref was excellent and took the conditions into account when making decisions. It could have been a problem for Thompson if he had been booked in the first couple of minutes, which his tackle deserved.
[quote][p][bold]smirg kcab[/bold] wrote: Fantastic point, great day, wes save one of the best I've seen ever, no negative from me apart from the ref who was woeful, Two fantastic clubs playing great football due to the very very poor weather (oh shiit another neg) Onwards and upwards. Thought the last kick of the game was in.[/p][/quote]Bit harsh, I though the ref was excellent and took the conditions into account when making decisions. It could have been a problem for Thompson if he had been booked in the first couple of minutes, which his tackle deserved. Okus Road
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11:10am Sun 13 Jan 13

London Red says...

I had a brief read on the Bournemouth papers and he was actually complimentary about us on there!
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Funny reading their views - some think like us draw fair result while others think it should have been a 4-0 drubbing by the far superior Bournemouth
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Tranmere have a very tricky spell coming up - Coventry and Brentford away next and then us at home in Jan
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I said before yesterday a win would convince me we would be champions while a draw certainy for the POs
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We now move on the the next stage and I think if we are top 2 by the time we showcase ourselves to the nation at Crawley we won't be coming out again!
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With Shrews and Orient our other games we could well be above them with our game in hand still!
I had a brief read on the Bournemouth papers and he was actually complimentary about us on there! . Funny reading their views - some think like us draw fair result while others think it should have been a 4-0 drubbing by the far superior Bournemouth . Tranmere have a very tricky spell coming up - Coventry and Brentford away next and then us at home in Jan . I said before yesterday a win would convince me we would be champions while a draw certainy for the POs . We now move on the the next stage and I think if we are top 2 by the time we showcase ourselves to the nation at Crawley we won't be coming out again! . With Shrews and Orient our other games we could well be above them with our game in hand still! London Red
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11:21am Sun 13 Jan 13

London Red says...

I'd go beyond a core 14 and say we are at 16 (outfield only)
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Starting XI likely to be Carlisle team
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NT JD DW AM
MR SF DH GR
JC AW
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Then we have the bench as Flint McEveley Miller Navarro RDV and Martin
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That is an amazing bench and really swapping any in would not really weaken us as discussed above - RDV for GR for example
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It's taken a while but we are at the point PdC and Wray wanted at the start where we have the right number of first teamers competing to play week in week out
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We then have Troy, Storey and Louis Thompson should any become injured or suspended and adding them to the bench doesn't make it look suddenly weak either (Yes I know Troy is out but principle is the same)
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We could even add in our "unwanteds" in the mix as Benson and Rooney are certainly an alright option for the bench
I'd go beyond a core 14 and say we are at 16 (outfield only) . Starting XI likely to be Carlisle team . NT JD DW AM MR SF DH GR JC AW . Then we have the bench as Flint McEveley Miller Navarro RDV and Martin . That is an amazing bench and really swapping any in would not really weaken us as discussed above - RDV for GR for example . It's taken a while but we are at the point PdC and Wray wanted at the start where we have the right number of first teamers competing to play week in week out . We then have Troy, Storey and Louis Thompson should any become injured or suspended and adding them to the bench doesn't make it look suddenly weak either (Yes I know Troy is out but principle is the same) . We could even add in our "unwanteds" in the mix as Benson and Rooney are certainly an alright option for the bench London Red
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12:07pm Sun 13 Jan 13

dreamofacleansheet2 says...

London agree again. Twice in a day! Although delete last line. Time to move on Benson. I liked him but anyone think he's better that Willo Collo or martin must be sniffing something.....
London agree again. Twice in a day! Although delete last line. Time to move on Benson. I liked him but anyone think he's better that Willo Collo or martin must be sniffing something..... dreamofacleansheet2
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12:35pm Sun 13 Jan 13

STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road says...

Chish and Fips wrote:
What happened to that ''STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road ' from B'mouth spent best part of the week on here and how we going to get a lesson in football etc..
The silence may be saying more than all his/her previous postings.
Just got home from night-shift after going to the game yesterday so no silence from me mate. I may have touched a nerve or two last week so i want to put the record straight.

Swindon were by far the best team to have visited DC so far this season. There had been a lot of talk from both sets of supporters about how 1 team or other was gonna get tonked etc etc.

What we saw yesterday was 2 very evenly matched & equally committed teams who produced some great football in pretty poor conditions and both teams should be applauded for that.
I believe that both teams will be right up there at the end of the season and would both grace the c/ship if promoted which i would like to see.
Well done to Swindon for showing determination right to the end when they got a deserved draw. The game itself was quite comical really with so many errors from both teams due to the poor playing conditions but very enjoyable nevertheless. I thought PDC was gonna end up on his arse on the touchline the way he was jumping up & down, but hey i guess he adds to the entertainment.
Dont be offended by any of my previous posts it was meant as light hearted banter. All the best for the remainder of the season.
[quote][p][bold]Chish and Fips[/bold] wrote: What happened to that ''STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road ' from B'mouth spent best part of the week on here and how we going to get a lesson in football etc.. The silence may be saying more than all his/her previous postings.[/p][/quote]Just got home from night-shift after going to the game yesterday so no silence from me mate. I may have touched a nerve or two last week so i want to put the record straight. Swindon were by far the best team to have visited DC so far this season. There had been a lot of talk from both sets of supporters about how 1 team or other was gonna get tonked etc etc. What we saw yesterday was 2 very evenly matched & equally committed teams who produced some great football in pretty poor conditions and both teams should be applauded for that. I believe that both teams will be right up there at the end of the season and would both grace the c/ship if promoted which i would like to see. Well done to Swindon for showing determination right to the end when they got a deserved draw. The game itself was quite comical really with so many errors from both teams due to the poor playing conditions but very enjoyable nevertheless. I thought PDC was gonna end up on his arse on the touchline the way he was jumping up & down, but hey i guess he adds to the entertainment. Dont be offended by any of my previous posts it was meant as light hearted banter. All the best for the remainder of the season. STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road
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12:48pm Sun 13 Jan 13

Chish and Fips says...

STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road wrote:
Chish and Fips wrote:
What happened to that ''STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road ' from B'mouth spent best part of the week on here and how we going to get a lesson in football etc..
The silence may be saying more than all his/her previous postings.
Just got home from night-shift after going to the game yesterday so no silence from me mate. I may have touched a nerve or two last week so i want to put the record straight.

Swindon were by far the best team to have visited DC so far this season. There had been a lot of talk from both sets of supporters about how 1 team or other was gonna get tonked etc etc.

What we saw yesterday was 2 very evenly matched & equally committed teams who produced some great football in pretty poor conditions and both teams should be applauded for that.
I believe that both teams will be right up there at the end of the season and would both grace the c/ship if promoted which i would like to see.
Well done to Swindon for showing determination right to the end when they got a deserved draw. The game itself was quite comical really with so many errors from both teams due to the poor playing conditions but very enjoyable nevertheless. I thought PDC was gonna end up on his arse on the touchline the way he was jumping up & down, but hey i guess he adds to the entertainment.
Dont be offended by any of my previous posts it was meant as light hearted banter. All the best for the remainder of the season.
Cheers Steady and all the best you and your team too.
[quote][p][bold]STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chish and Fips[/bold] wrote: What happened to that ''STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road ' from B'mouth spent best part of the week on here and how we going to get a lesson in football etc.. The silence may be saying more than all his/her previous postings.[/p][/quote]Just got home from night-shift after going to the game yesterday so no silence from me mate. I may have touched a nerve or two last week so i want to put the record straight. Swindon were by far the best team to have visited DC so far this season. There had been a lot of talk from both sets of supporters about how 1 team or other was gonna get tonked etc etc. What we saw yesterday was 2 very evenly matched & equally committed teams who produced some great football in pretty poor conditions and both teams should be applauded for that. I believe that both teams will be right up there at the end of the season and would both grace the c/ship if promoted which i would like to see. Well done to Swindon for showing determination right to the end when they got a deserved draw. The game itself was quite comical really with so many errors from both teams due to the poor playing conditions but very enjoyable nevertheless. I thought PDC was gonna end up on his arse on the touchline the way he was jumping up & down, but hey i guess he adds to the entertainment. Dont be offended by any of my previous posts it was meant as light hearted banter. All the best for the remainder of the season.[/p][/quote]Cheers Steady and all the best you and your team too. Chish and Fips
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1:23pm Sun 13 Jan 13

STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road says...

Highworthred has embarrased himself and your club with his comment left on the echo site. Dont get me started highworthred.!!!!!!
Highworthred has embarrased himself and your club with his comment left on the echo site. Dont get me started highworthred.!!!!!! STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road
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1:32pm Sun 13 Jan 13

Chish and Fips says...

STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road wrote:
Highworthred has embarrased himself and your club with his comment left on the echo site. Dont get me started highworthred.!!!!!!
Light hearted banter as you said Steady ...
[quote][p][bold]STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road[/bold] wrote: Highworthred has embarrased himself and your club with his comment left on the echo site. Dont get me started highworthred.!!!!!![/p][/quote]Light hearted banter as you said Steady ... Chish and Fips
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1:38pm Sun 13 Jan 13

STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road says...

Chish and Fips wrote:
STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road wrote:
Highworthred has embarrased himself and your club with his comment left on the echo site. Dont get me started highworthred.!!!!!!
Light hearted banter as you said Steady ...
The game is done & dusted now, there really is no need to continue with the insults is there.??????. Just an observation.!!!!
[quote][p][bold]Chish and Fips[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road[/bold] wrote: Highworthred has embarrased himself and your club with his comment left on the echo site. Dont get me started highworthred.!!!!!![/p][/quote]Light hearted banter as you said Steady ...[/p][/quote]The game is done & dusted now, there really is no need to continue with the insults is there.??????. Just an observation.!!!! STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road
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2:02pm Sun 13 Jan 13

Steve. Brentford says...

STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road wrote:
Chish and Fips wrote:
STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road wrote:
Highworthred has embarrased himself and your club with his comment left on the echo site. Dont get me started highworthred.!!!!!!
Light hearted banter as you said Steady ...
The game is done & dusted now, there really is no need to continue with the insults is there.??????. Just an observation.!!!!
That`s the thing though Eddie,some folk don't take to kindly to insults whether that comes under the title of banter or not.Personally i love it and pride myself on being half decent at it but it seems Highworth see`s reason to carry on and as you started playing first you cant really say "right Ive had enough,i'm not playing anymore" enjoy the rest of your season i'm sure you will escape relegation this time round ;o)
[quote][p][bold]STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chish and Fips[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road[/bold] wrote: Highworthred has embarrased himself and your club with his comment left on the echo site. Dont get me started highworthred.!!!!!![/p][/quote]Light hearted banter as you said Steady ...[/p][/quote]The game is done & dusted now, there really is no need to continue with the insults is there.??????. Just an observation.!!!![/p][/quote]That`s the thing though Eddie,some folk don't take to kindly to insults whether that comes under the title of banter or not.Personally i love it and pride myself on being half decent at it but it seems Highworth see`s reason to carry on and as you started playing first you cant really say "right Ive had enough,i'm not playing anymore" enjoy the rest of your season i'm sure you will escape relegation this time round ;o) Steve. Brentford
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2:22pm Sun 13 Jan 13

NORTH STAND says...

Same old same old...

'99% of fans do not think Ferry should start every game'. Says who? Perhaps 99% of forum posters (on here and the polytechnic forum) do but that does say rather more about them and their general levels of footballing knowledge.... it's also worth remembering that (the same?) 99% of fans could see that Connell was a championship striker not being given enough chances or that Phil Smith was a more than adequate lower league keeper....

Thankfully all you wise old owls are too busy driving vans and turning computers on and off again - meaning that clueless top grade footballing professionals are left to pick the side most suitable for each individual set of circumstances...

Ferry does not start the tougher games because he is physically weak, positionally unaware and frustratingly unable to follow simple team roles... this is a ninety minute game and a man whose (considerable) strength is unpicking tired and lower grade defences is being used to maximise just that impact...

PDC (and his team) is so much better technically than he gets credit for.... I hope it continues but we do have a disproportionate number of fans who frankly deserve their Bodin / Ling / McLaughlin managerial dream teams...
Same old same old... '99% of fans do not think Ferry should start every game'. Says who? Perhaps 99% of forum posters (on here and the polytechnic forum) do but that does say rather more about them and their general levels of footballing knowledge.... it's also worth remembering that (the same?) 99% of fans could see that Connell was a championship striker not being given enough chances or that Phil Smith was a more than adequate lower league keeper.... Thankfully all you wise old owls are too busy driving vans and turning computers on and off again - meaning that clueless top grade footballing professionals are left to pick the side most suitable for each individual set of circumstances... Ferry does not start the tougher games because he is physically weak, positionally unaware and frustratingly unable to follow simple team roles... this is a ninety minute game and a man whose (considerable) strength is unpicking tired and lower grade defences is being used to maximise just that impact... PDC (and his team) is so much better technically than he gets credit for.... I hope it continues but we do have a disproportionate number of fans who frankly deserve their Bodin / Ling / McLaughlin managerial dream teams... NORTH STAND
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2:34pm Sun 13 Jan 13

Steve. Brentford says...

NORTH STAND wrote:
Same old same old...

'99% of fans do not think Ferry should start every game'. Says who? Perhaps 99% of forum posters (on here and the polytechnic forum) do but that does say rather more about them and their general levels of footballing knowledge.... it's also worth remembering that (the same?) 99% of fans could see that Connell was a championship striker not being given enough chances or that Phil Smith was a more than adequate lower league keeper....

Thankfully all you wise old owls are too busy driving vans and turning computers on and off again - meaning that clueless top grade footballing professionals are left to pick the side most suitable for each individual set of circumstances...

Ferry does not start the tougher games because he is physically weak, positionally unaware and frustratingly unable to follow simple team roles... this is a ninety minute game and a man whose (considerable) strength is unpicking tired and lower grade defences is being used to maximise just that impact...

PDC (and his team) is so much better technically than he gets credit for.... I hope it continues but we do have a disproportionate number of fans who frankly deserve their Bodin / Ling / McLaughlin managerial dream teams...
You moan more than my old lady, now go and start your van up and give your engine a little run.You are spending so long trolling these football forums that your depression will get worse.
[quote][p][bold]NORTH STAND[/bold] wrote: Same old same old... '99% of fans do not think Ferry should start every game'. Says who? Perhaps 99% of forum posters (on here and the polytechnic forum) do but that does say rather more about them and their general levels of footballing knowledge.... it's also worth remembering that (the same?) 99% of fans could see that Connell was a championship striker not being given enough chances or that Phil Smith was a more than adequate lower league keeper.... Thankfully all you wise old owls are too busy driving vans and turning computers on and off again - meaning that clueless top grade footballing professionals are left to pick the side most suitable for each individual set of circumstances... Ferry does not start the tougher games because he is physically weak, positionally unaware and frustratingly unable to follow simple team roles... this is a ninety minute game and a man whose (considerable) strength is unpicking tired and lower grade defences is being used to maximise just that impact... PDC (and his team) is so much better technically than he gets credit for.... I hope it continues but we do have a disproportionate number of fans who frankly deserve their Bodin / Ling / McLaughlin managerial dream teams...[/p][/quote]You moan more than my old lady, now go and start your van up and give your engine a little run.You are spending so long trolling these football forums that your depression will get worse. Steve. Brentford
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2:37pm Sun 13 Jan 13

NORTH STAND says...

The only thing more predictable than the stupid comments.... Steve from Brentford defending the rights of his mates to talk drivel....
The only thing more predictable than the stupid comments.... Steve from Brentford defending the rights of his mates to talk drivel.... NORTH STAND
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2:45pm Sun 13 Jan 13

Steve. Brentford says...

NORTH STAND wrote:
The only thing more predictable than the stupid comments.... Steve from Brentford defending the rights of his mates to talk drivel....
You should get some mates NS maybe they could defend your predictable whining.I bet you have big frown marks on your forehead eh.
[quote][p][bold]NORTH STAND[/bold] wrote: The only thing more predictable than the stupid comments.... Steve from Brentford defending the rights of his mates to talk drivel....[/p][/quote]You should get some mates NS maybe they could defend your predictable whining.I bet you have big frown marks on your forehead eh. Steve. Brentford
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3:19pm Sun 13 Jan 13

wraxall says...

Great Point,Great Fans, but PDC still
needs help with keeping Hollands and Martin.What's happing with the TrustSTFC money and how much has been raised since last week.Plenty of offers so it would be great to hear the total.
PDC needs all the help he can get from us and another 9K plus crown against Shrewsbury will show the Board that the fans are behind the club
Hope that Trust will respond to the press/radio.
Great Point,Great Fans, but PDC still needs help with keeping Hollands and Martin.What's happing with the TrustSTFC money and how much has been raised since last week.Plenty of offers so it would be great to hear the total. PDC needs all the help he can get from us and another 9K plus crown against Shrewsbury will show the Board that the fans are behind the club Hope that Trust will respond to the press/radio. wraxall
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3:35pm Sun 13 Jan 13

TheDukeOfBanbury says...

NORTH STAND wrote:
Same old same old... '99% of fans do not think Ferry should start every game'. Says who? Perhaps 99% of forum posters (on here and the polytechnic forum) do but that does say rather more about them and their general levels of footballing knowledge.... it's also worth remembering that (the same?) 99% of fans could see that Connell was a championship striker not being given enough chances or that Phil Smith was a more than adequate lower league keeper.... Thankfully all you wise old owls are too busy driving vans and turning computers on and off again - meaning that clueless top grade footballing professionals are left to pick the side most suitable for each individual set of circumstances... Ferry does not start the tougher games because he is physically weak, positionally unaware and frustratingly unable to follow simple team roles... this is a ninety minute game and a man whose (considerable) strength is unpicking tired and lower grade defences is being used to maximise just that impact... PDC (and his team) is so much better technically than he gets credit for.... I hope it continues but we do have a disproportionate number of fans who frankly deserve their Bodin / Ling / McLaughlin managerial dream teams...
Some common sense at last.

We have a squad and a Manager who knows and understands the players better than anyone.

PDC knows what he is doing, or appears to in my eyes anyway.
[quote][p][bold]NORTH STAND[/bold] wrote: Same old same old... '99% of fans do not think Ferry should start every game'. Says who? Perhaps 99% of forum posters (on here and the polytechnic forum) do but that does say rather more about them and their general levels of footballing knowledge.... it's also worth remembering that (the same?) 99% of fans could see that Connell was a championship striker not being given enough chances or that Phil Smith was a more than adequate lower league keeper.... Thankfully all you wise old owls are too busy driving vans and turning computers on and off again - meaning that clueless top grade footballing professionals are left to pick the side most suitable for each individual set of circumstances... Ferry does not start the tougher games because he is physically weak, positionally unaware and frustratingly unable to follow simple team roles... this is a ninety minute game and a man whose (considerable) strength is unpicking tired and lower grade defences is being used to maximise just that impact... PDC (and his team) is so much better technically than he gets credit for.... I hope it continues but we do have a disproportionate number of fans who frankly deserve their Bodin / Ling / McLaughlin managerial dream teams...[/p][/quote]Some common sense at last. We have a squad and a Manager who knows and understands the players better than anyone. PDC knows what he is doing, or appears to in my eyes anyway. TheDukeOfBanbury
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3:44pm Sun 13 Jan 13

DarrenSTFCRomain says...

STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road wrote:
Chish and Fips wrote:
STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road wrote: Highworthred has embarrased himself and your club with his comment left on the echo site. Dont get me started highworthred.!!!!!!
Light hearted banter as you said Steady ...
The game is done & dusted now, there really is no need to continue with the insults is there.??????. Just an observation.!!!!
F^CKOFF YOU SEASIDE GAY TWATT.

Who statred all this...YOU YA TWATT..

THANKS FOR THE 4 POINTS
[quote][p][bold]STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chish and Fips[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road[/bold] wrote: Highworthred has embarrased himself and your club with his comment left on the echo site. Dont get me started highworthred.!!!!!![/p][/quote]Light hearted banter as you said Steady ...[/p][/quote]The game is done & dusted now, there really is no need to continue with the insults is there.??????. Just an observation.!!!![/p][/quote]F^CKOFF YOU SEASIDE GAY TWATT. Who statred all this...YOU YA TWATT.. THANKS FOR THE 4 POINTS DarrenSTFCRomain
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3:57pm Sun 13 Jan 13

Okus Road says...

Looks like our away form will decide our season. We play all the top 9 teams away including Bournemouth yesterday.

If we can get 5 or 6 wins we will win the league, tough but possible. Important we keep winning at home, and that all fans give full support to Paolo and the team.
Looks like our away form will decide our season. We play all the top 9 teams away including Bournemouth yesterday. If we can get 5 or 6 wins we will win the league, tough but possible. Important we keep winning at home, and that all fans give full support to Paolo and the team. Okus Road
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4:41pm Sun 13 Jan 13

the wizard says...

wraxall wrote:
Great Point,Great Fans, but PDC still
needs help with keeping Hollands and Martin.What's happing with the TrustSTFC money and how much has been raised since last week.Plenty of offers so it would be great to hear the total.
PDC needs all the help he can get from us and another 9K plus crown against Shrewsbury will show the Board that the fans are behind the club
Hope that Trust will respond to the press/radio.
As I understand it, the kitty before last weekend was around £9.5k ish and from what was on here in the week it now stands at around £10k ish so around £500 raised without any problem or BIG ask. i dare say if we had a full blooded appeal it would grow a lot bigger a lot quicker.
Our manager as yet has not added any money in as I think he suspects Benson will sign for a team this week and there fore we we get a fee. I can also see him perhaps looking for a mutual parting of the ways and looking for his contract to be paid up and then get a signing on fee where he goes, in which case we may dip out. Time will tell.
[quote][p][bold]wraxall[/bold] wrote: Great Point,Great Fans, but PDC still needs help with keeping Hollands and Martin.What's happing with the TrustSTFC money and how much has been raised since last week.Plenty of offers so it would be great to hear the total. PDC needs all the help he can get from us and another 9K plus crown against Shrewsbury will show the Board that the fans are behind the club Hope that Trust will respond to the press/radio.[/p][/quote]As I understand it, the kitty before last weekend was around £9.5k ish and from what was on here in the week it now stands at around £10k ish so around £500 raised without any problem or BIG ask. i dare say if we had a full blooded appeal it would grow a lot bigger a lot quicker. Our manager as yet has not added any money in as I think he suspects Benson will sign for a team this week and there fore we we get a fee. I can also see him perhaps looking for a mutual parting of the ways and looking for his contract to be paid up and then get a signing on fee where he goes, in which case we may dip out. Time will tell. the wizard
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4:52pm Sun 13 Jan 13

DarrenSTFCRomain says...

the wizard wrote:
wraxall wrote: Great Point,Great Fans, but PDC still needs help with keeping Hollands and Martin.What's happing with the TrustSTFC money and how much has been raised since last week.Plenty of offers so it would be great to hear the total. PDC needs all the help he can get from us and another 9K plus crown against Shrewsbury will show the Board that the fans are behind the club Hope that Trust will respond to the press/radio.
As I understand it, the kitty before last weekend was around £9.5k ish and from what was on here in the week it now stands at around £10k ish so around £500 raised without any problem or BIG ask. i dare say if we had a full blooded appeal it would grow a lot bigger a lot quicker. Our manager as yet has not added any money in as I think he suspects Benson will sign for a team this week and there fore we we get a fee. I can also see him perhaps looking for a mutual parting of the ways and looking for his contract to be paid up and then get a signing on fee where he goes, in which case we may dip out. Time will tell.
Is anything or any1 doing anything for the shrews game,,,,

GET THE BUCKETS OUT AND SPREAD THE WORD...

Hopefully the adver can put somthing in the paper just to let the fans know what is going on....
[quote][p][bold]the wizard[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wraxall[/bold] wrote: Great Point,Great Fans, but PDC still needs help with keeping Hollands and Martin.What's happing with the TrustSTFC money and how much has been raised since last week.Plenty of offers so it would be great to hear the total. PDC needs all the help he can get from us and another 9K plus crown against Shrewsbury will show the Board that the fans are behind the club Hope that Trust will respond to the press/radio.[/p][/quote]As I understand it, the kitty before last weekend was around £9.5k ish and from what was on here in the week it now stands at around £10k ish so around £500 raised without any problem or BIG ask. i dare say if we had a full blooded appeal it would grow a lot bigger a lot quicker. Our manager as yet has not added any money in as I think he suspects Benson will sign for a team this week and there fore we we get a fee. I can also see him perhaps looking for a mutual parting of the ways and looking for his contract to be paid up and then get a signing on fee where he goes, in which case we may dip out. Time will tell.[/p][/quote]Is anything or any1 doing anything for the shrews game,,,, GET THE BUCKETS OUT AND SPREAD THE WORD... Hopefully the adver can put somthing in the paper just to let the fans know what is going on.... DarrenSTFCRomain
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4:56pm Sun 13 Jan 13

Oxon-Red says...

TheDukeOfBanbury wrote:
NORTH STAND wrote: Same old same old... '99% of fans do not think Ferry should start every game'. Says who? Perhaps 99% of forum posters (on here and the polytechnic forum) do but that does say rather more about them and their general levels of footballing knowledge.... it's also worth remembering that (the same?) 99% of fans could see that Connell was a championship striker not being given enough chances or that Phil Smith was a more than adequate lower league keeper.... Thankfully all you wise old owls are too busy driving vans and turning computers on and off again - meaning that clueless top grade footballing professionals are left to pick the side most suitable for each individual set of circumstances... Ferry does not start the tougher games because he is physically weak, positionally unaware and frustratingly unable to follow simple team roles... this is a ninety minute game and a man whose (considerable) strength is unpicking tired and lower grade defences is being used to maximise just that impact... PDC (and his team) is so much better technically than he gets credit for.... I hope it continues but we do have a disproportionate number of fans who frankly deserve their Bodin / Ling / McLaughlin managerial dream teams...
Some common sense at last. We have a squad and a Manager who knows and understands the players better than anyone. PDC knows what he is doing, or appears to in my eyes anyway.
Agree in principal with North Stand's comments. What we should look at, rather than who is better than who, is the actual performance of those that were chosen.

I have seen no moans so I guess they played well !

Seen the Collins chance a few times now. Superb skill to set the chance up but on his wrong foot and slightly off balance. Ironically he probably would have scored if he had not made a decent contact !

Good result and a real chance to push on now. As mentioned above, win our home games (which we should) and 5-6 away and we will be very close.

COYMR
[quote][p][bold]TheDukeOfBanbury[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]NORTH STAND[/bold] wrote: Same old same old... '99% of fans do not think Ferry should start every game'. Says who? Perhaps 99% of forum posters (on here and the polytechnic forum) do but that does say rather more about them and their general levels of footballing knowledge.... it's also worth remembering that (the same?) 99% of fans could see that Connell was a championship striker not being given enough chances or that Phil Smith was a more than adequate lower league keeper.... Thankfully all you wise old owls are too busy driving vans and turning computers on and off again - meaning that clueless top grade footballing professionals are left to pick the side most suitable for each individual set of circumstances... Ferry does not start the tougher games because he is physically weak, positionally unaware and frustratingly unable to follow simple team roles... this is a ninety minute game and a man whose (considerable) strength is unpicking tired and lower grade defences is being used to maximise just that impact... PDC (and his team) is so much better technically than he gets credit for.... I hope it continues but we do have a disproportionate number of fans who frankly deserve their Bodin / Ling / McLaughlin managerial dream teams...[/p][/quote]Some common sense at last. We have a squad and a Manager who knows and understands the players better than anyone. PDC knows what he is doing, or appears to in my eyes anyway.[/p][/quote]Agree in principal with North Stand's comments. What we should look at, rather than who is better than who, is the actual performance of those that were chosen. I have seen no moans so I guess they played well ! Seen the Collins chance a few times now. Superb skill to set the chance up but on his wrong foot and slightly off balance. Ironically he probably would have scored if he had not made a decent contact ! Good result and a real chance to push on now. As mentioned above, win our home games (which we should) and 5-6 away and we will be very close. COYMR Oxon-Red
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5:02pm Sun 13 Jan 13

the wizard says...

DarrenSTFCRomain wrote:
the wizard wrote:
wraxall wrote: Great Point,Great Fans, but PDC still needs help with keeping Hollands and Martin.What's happing with the TrustSTFC money and how much has been raised since last week.Plenty of offers so it would be great to hear the total. PDC needs all the help he can get from us and another 9K plus crown against Shrewsbury will show the Board that the fans are behind the club Hope that Trust will respond to the press/radio.
As I understand it, the kitty before last weekend was around £9.5k ish and from what was on here in the week it now stands at around £10k ish so around £500 raised without any problem or BIG ask. i dare say if we had a full blooded appeal it would grow a lot bigger a lot quicker. Our manager as yet has not added any money in as I think he suspects Benson will sign for a team this week and there fore we we get a fee. I can also see him perhaps looking for a mutual parting of the ways and looking for his contract to be paid up and then get a signing on fee where he goes, in which case we may dip out. Time will tell.
Is anything or any1 doing anything for the shrews game,,,,

GET THE BUCKETS OUT AND SPREAD THE WORD...

Hopefully the adver can put somthing in the paper just to let the fans know what is going on....
I think the buckets should be out, face it, if we get a decent crowd and the average is a quid per adult it should equate to around £7.5 k. I'd rather chip into the bucket as opposed to buying a programme, now that would raise some serious cash.
[quote][p][bold]DarrenSTFCRomain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the wizard[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wraxall[/bold] wrote: Great Point,Great Fans, but PDC still needs help with keeping Hollands and Martin.What's happing with the TrustSTFC money and how much has been raised since last week.Plenty of offers so it would be great to hear the total. PDC needs all the help he can get from us and another 9K plus crown against Shrewsbury will show the Board that the fans are behind the club Hope that Trust will respond to the press/radio.[/p][/quote]As I understand it, the kitty before last weekend was around £9.5k ish and from what was on here in the week it now stands at around £10k ish so around £500 raised without any problem or BIG ask. i dare say if we had a full blooded appeal it would grow a lot bigger a lot quicker. Our manager as yet has not added any money in as I think he suspects Benson will sign for a team this week and there fore we we get a fee. I can also see him perhaps looking for a mutual parting of the ways and looking for his contract to be paid up and then get a signing on fee where he goes, in which case we may dip out. Time will tell.[/p][/quote]Is anything or any1 doing anything for the shrews game,,,, GET THE BUCKETS OUT AND SPREAD THE WORD... Hopefully the adver can put somthing in the paper just to let the fans know what is going on....[/p][/quote]I think the buckets should be out, face it, if we get a decent crowd and the average is a quid per adult it should equate to around £7.5 k. I'd rather chip into the bucket as opposed to buying a programme, now that would raise some serious cash. the wizard
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5:26pm Sun 13 Jan 13

smirg kcab says...

DarrenSTFCRomain wrote:
the wizard wrote:
wraxall wrote: Great Point,Great Fans, but PDC still needs help with keeping Hollands and Martin.What's happing with the TrustSTFC money and how much has been raised since last week.Plenty of offers so it would be great to hear the total. PDC needs all the help he can get from us and another 9K plus crown against Shrewsbury will show the Board that the fans are behind the club Hope that Trust will respond to the press/radio.
As I understand it, the kitty before last weekend was around £9.5k ish and from what was on here in the week it now stands at around £10k ish so around £500 raised without any problem or BIG ask. i dare say if we had a full blooded appeal it would grow a lot bigger a lot quicker. Our manager as yet has not added any money in as I think he suspects Benson will sign for a team this week and there fore we we get a fee. I can also see him perhaps looking for a mutual parting of the ways and looking for his contract to be paid up and then get a signing on fee where he goes, in which case we may dip out. Time will tell.
Is anything or any1 doing anything for the shrews game,,,,

GET THE BUCKETS OUT AND SPREAD THE WORD...

Hopefully the adver can put somthing in the paper just to let the fans know what is going on....
Darren he did yesterday
S.m said its a drop in the ocean what's been give so far.
So in other words its not worth doing.
After all we signed both players without the fund, so I'm sure once our players leave
Benson
Rooneys
Cox
That will free up the funds to get them in for longer.
Also people forget we have a mega rich board who I'm sure will back him.
Then we do have paolos 30k even before we dig into funds.
After all I'm sure when he leaves for a bigger club he won't worry about yours/ everyone who has donated.
As for buckets the only buckets I want next Saturday is goals
Onwards and upwardd
[quote][p][bold]DarrenSTFCRomain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the wizard[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wraxall[/bold] wrote: Great Point,Great Fans, but PDC still needs help with keeping Hollands and Martin.What's happing with the TrustSTFC money and how much has been raised since last week.Plenty of offers so it would be great to hear the total. PDC needs all the help he can get from us and another 9K plus crown against Shrewsbury will show the Board that the fans are behind the club Hope that Trust will respond to the press/radio.[/p][/quote]As I understand it, the kitty before last weekend was around £9.5k ish and from what was on here in the week it now stands at around £10k ish so around £500 raised without any problem or BIG ask. i dare say if we had a full blooded appeal it would grow a lot bigger a lot quicker. Our manager as yet has not added any money in as I think he suspects Benson will sign for a team this week and there fore we we get a fee. I can also see him perhaps looking for a mutual parting of the ways and looking for his contract to be paid up and then get a signing on fee where he goes, in which case we may dip out. Time will tell.[/p][/quote]Is anything or any1 doing anything for the shrews game,,,, GET THE BUCKETS OUT AND SPREAD THE WORD... Hopefully the adver can put somthing in the paper just to let the fans know what is going on....[/p][/quote]Darren he did yesterday S.m said its a drop in the ocean what's been give so far. So in other words its not worth doing. After all we signed both players without the fund, so I'm sure once our players leave Benson Rooneys Cox That will free up the funds to get them in for longer. Also people forget we have a mega rich board who I'm sure will back him. Then we do have paolos 30k even before we dig into funds. After all I'm sure when he leaves for a bigger club he won't worry about yours/ everyone who has donated. As for buckets the only buckets I want next Saturday is goals Onwards and upwardd smirg kcab
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5:40pm Sun 13 Jan 13

DarrenSTFCRomain says...

the wizard wrote:
DarrenSTFCRomain wrote:
the wizard wrote:
wraxall wrote: Great Point,Great Fans, but PDC still needs help with keeping Hollands and Martin.What's happing with the TrustSTFC money and how much has been raised since last week.Plenty of offers so it would be great to hear the total. PDC needs all the help he can get from us and another 9K plus crown against Shrewsbury will show the Board that the fans are behind the club Hope that Trust will respond to the press/radio.
As I understand it, the kitty before last weekend was around £9.5k ish and from what was on here in the week it now stands at around £10k ish so around £500 raised without any problem or BIG ask. i dare say if we had a full blooded appeal it would grow a lot bigger a lot quicker. Our manager as yet has not added any money in as I think he suspects Benson will sign for a team this week and there fore we we get a fee. I can also see him perhaps looking for a mutual parting of the ways and looking for his contract to be paid up and then get a signing on fee where he goes, in which case we may dip out. Time will tell.
Is anything or any1 doing anything for the shrews game,,,, GET THE BUCKETS OUT AND SPREAD THE WORD... Hopefully the adver can put somthing in the paper just to let the fans know what is going on....
I think the buckets should be out, face it, if we get a decent crowd and the average is a quid per adult it should equate to around £7.5 k. I'd rather chip into the bucket as opposed to buying a programme, now that would raise some serious cash.
OR A HOTDOG...
[quote][p][bold]the wizard[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DarrenSTFCRomain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the wizard[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wraxall[/bold] wrote: Great Point,Great Fans, but PDC still needs help with keeping Hollands and Martin.What's happing with the TrustSTFC money and how much has been raised since last week.Plenty of offers so it would be great to hear the total. PDC needs all the help he can get from us and another 9K plus crown against Shrewsbury will show the Board that the fans are behind the club Hope that Trust will respond to the press/radio.[/p][/quote]As I understand it, the kitty before last weekend was around £9.5k ish and from what was on here in the week it now stands at around £10k ish so around £500 raised without any problem or BIG ask. i dare say if we had a full blooded appeal it would grow a lot bigger a lot quicker. Our manager as yet has not added any money in as I think he suspects Benson will sign for a team this week and there fore we we get a fee. I can also see him perhaps looking for a mutual parting of the ways and looking for his contract to be paid up and then get a signing on fee where he goes, in which case we may dip out. Time will tell.[/p][/quote]Is anything or any1 doing anything for the shrews game,,,, GET THE BUCKETS OUT AND SPREAD THE WORD... Hopefully the adver can put somthing in the paper just to let the fans know what is going on....[/p][/quote]I think the buckets should be out, face it, if we get a decent crowd and the average is a quid per adult it should equate to around £7.5 k. I'd rather chip into the bucket as opposed to buying a programme, now that would raise some serious cash.[/p][/quote]OR A HOTDOG... DarrenSTFCRomain
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6:10pm Sun 13 Jan 13

the wizard says...

DarrenSTFCRomain wrote:
the wizard wrote:
DarrenSTFCRomain wrote:
the wizard wrote:
wraxall wrote: Great Point,Great Fans, but PDC still needs help with keeping Hollands and Martin.What's happing with the TrustSTFC money and how much has been raised since last week.Plenty of offers so it would be great to hear the total. PDC needs all the help he can get from us and another 9K plus crown against Shrewsbury will show the Board that the fans are behind the club Hope that Trust will respond to the press/radio.
As I understand it, the kitty before last weekend was around £9.5k ish and from what was on here in the week it now stands at around £10k ish so around £500 raised without any problem or BIG ask. i dare say if we had a full blooded appeal it would grow a lot bigger a lot quicker. Our manager as yet has not added any money in as I think he suspects Benson will sign for a team this week and there fore we we get a fee. I can also see him perhaps looking for a mutual parting of the ways and looking for his contract to be paid up and then get a signing on fee where he goes, in which case we may dip out. Time will tell.
Is anything or any1 doing anything for the shrews game,,,, GET THE BUCKETS OUT AND SPREAD THE WORD... Hopefully the adver can put somthing in the paper just to let the fans know what is going on....
I think the buckets should be out, face it, if we get a decent crowd and the average is a quid per adult it should equate to around £7.5 k. I'd rather chip into the bucket as opposed to buying a programme, now that would raise some serious cash.
OR A HOTDOG...
Blimmey Chaps, Wots wrong with pies, preferably with meat in, not like those in the Legends that are carp, had all the meat removed with a syringe.
[quote][p][bold]DarrenSTFCRomain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the wizard[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DarrenSTFCRomain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the wizard[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wraxall[/bold] wrote: Great Point,Great Fans, but PDC still needs help with keeping Hollands and Martin.What's happing with the TrustSTFC money and how much has been raised since last week.Plenty of offers so it would be great to hear the total. PDC needs all the help he can get from us and another 9K plus crown against Shrewsbury will show the Board that the fans are behind the club Hope that Trust will respond to the press/radio.[/p][/quote]As I understand it, the kitty before last weekend was around £9.5k ish and from what was on here in the week it now stands at around £10k ish so around £500 raised without any problem or BIG ask. i dare say if we had a full blooded appeal it would grow a lot bigger a lot quicker. Our manager as yet has not added any money in as I think he suspects Benson will sign for a team this week and there fore we we get a fee. I can also see him perhaps looking for a mutual parting of the ways and looking for his contract to be paid up and then get a signing on fee where he goes, in which case we may dip out. Time will tell.[/p][/quote]Is anything or any1 doing anything for the shrews game,,,, GET THE BUCKETS OUT AND SPREAD THE WORD... Hopefully the adver can put somthing in the paper just to let the fans know what is going on....[/p][/quote]I think the buckets should be out, face it, if we get a decent crowd and the average is a quid per adult it should equate to around £7.5 k. I'd rather chip into the bucket as opposed to buying a programme, now that would raise some serious cash.[/p][/quote]OR A HOTDOG...[/p][/quote]Blimmey Chaps, Wots wrong with pies, preferably with meat in, not like those in the Legends that are carp, had all the meat removed with a syringe. the wizard
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6:14pm Sun 13 Jan 13

The Jockster says...

Agree Grim all this hyperbole about coughing up dosh and generating a fighting fund is just that a load of exaggerated rhetoric. The evidence? The raising of the overwhelming massive total of £500 yes a whole 500 not 5000 or 50000.
So what is deduced from that? Either the majority of those who've said they'll chip in haven't or that most don't think there's any need to do so, I'm in that group.
Agree Grim all this hyperbole about coughing up dosh and generating a fighting fund is just that a load of exaggerated rhetoric. The evidence? The raising of the overwhelming massive total of £500 yes a whole 500 not 5000 or 50000. So what is deduced from that? Either the majority of those who've said they'll chip in haven't or that most don't think there's any need to do so, I'm in that group. The Jockster
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6:18pm Sun 13 Jan 13

smirg kcab says...

The Jockster wrote:
Agree Grim all this hyperbole about coughing up dosh and generating a fighting fund is just that a load of exaggerated rhetoric. The evidence? The raising of the overwhelming massive total of £500 yes a whole 500 not 5000 or 50000.
So what is deduced from that? Either the majority of those who've said they'll chip in haven't or that most don't think there's any need to do so, I'm in that group.
So jockster
Looks just like bucket full of goals then?
Onwards and up up and awaaaaay
[quote][p][bold]The Jockster[/bold] wrote: Agree Grim all this hyperbole about coughing up dosh and generating a fighting fund is just that a load of exaggerated rhetoric. The evidence? The raising of the overwhelming massive total of £500 yes a whole 500 not 5000 or 50000. So what is deduced from that? Either the majority of those who've said they'll chip in haven't or that most don't think there's any need to do so, I'm in that group.[/p][/quote]So jockster Looks just like bucket full of goals then? Onwards and up up and awaaaaay smirg kcab
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6:28pm Sun 13 Jan 13

Steve. Brentford says...

TheDukeOfBanbury wrote:
NORTH STAND wrote:
Same old same old... '99% of fans do not think Ferry should start every game'. Says who? Perhaps 99% of forum posters (on here and the polytechnic forum) do but that does say rather more about them and their general levels of footballing knowledge.... it's also worth remembering that (the same?) 99% of fans could see that Connell was a championship striker not being given enough chances or that Phil Smith was a more than adequate lower league keeper.... Thankfully all you wise old owls are too busy driving vans and turning computers on and off again - meaning that clueless top grade footballing professionals are left to pick the side most suitable for each individual set of circumstances... Ferry does not start the tougher games because he is physically weak, positionally unaware and frustratingly unable to follow simple team roles... this is a ninety minute game and a man whose (considerable) strength is unpicking tired and lower grade defences is being used to maximise just that impact... PDC (and his team) is so much better technically than he gets credit for.... I hope it continues but we do have a disproportionate number of fans who frankly deserve their Bodin / Ling / McLaughlin managerial dream teams...
Some common sense at last.

We have a squad and a Manager who knows and understands the players better than anyone.

PDC knows what he is doing, or appears to in my eyes anyway.
The points he makes about football is common sense Duke however his constant moaning about other posters on this forum gets right on my t1ts and are far from common sense,for instance if he feels differently to what someone else posts then why not take it up with the said poster rather than trying to belittle everyone but his perfect self.

I feel better now.
[quote][p][bold]TheDukeOfBanbury[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]NORTH STAND[/bold] wrote: Same old same old... '99% of fans do not think Ferry should start every game'. Says who? Perhaps 99% of forum posters (on here and the polytechnic forum) do but that does say rather more about them and their general levels of footballing knowledge.... it's also worth remembering that (the same?) 99% of fans could see that Connell was a championship striker not being given enough chances or that Phil Smith was a more than adequate lower league keeper.... Thankfully all you wise old owls are too busy driving vans and turning computers on and off again - meaning that clueless top grade footballing professionals are left to pick the side most suitable for each individual set of circumstances... Ferry does not start the tougher games because he is physically weak, positionally unaware and frustratingly unable to follow simple team roles... this is a ninety minute game and a man whose (considerable) strength is unpicking tired and lower grade defences is being used to maximise just that impact... PDC (and his team) is so much better technically than he gets credit for.... I hope it continues but we do have a disproportionate number of fans who frankly deserve their Bodin / Ling / McLaughlin managerial dream teams...[/p][/quote]Some common sense at last. We have a squad and a Manager who knows and understands the players better than anyone. PDC knows what he is doing, or appears to in my eyes anyway.[/p][/quote]The points he makes about football is common sense Duke however his constant moaning about other posters on this forum gets right on my t1ts and are far from common sense,for instance if he feels differently to what someone else posts then why not take it up with the said poster rather than trying to belittle everyone but his perfect self. I feel better now. Steve. Brentford
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6:52pm Sun 13 Jan 13

Okus Road says...

the wizard wrote:
DarrenSTFCRomain wrote:
the wizard wrote:
DarrenSTFCRomain wrote:
the wizard wrote:
wraxall wrote: Great Point,Great Fans, but PDC still needs help with keeping Hollands and Martin.What's happing with the TrustSTFC money and how much has been raised since last week.Plenty of offers so it would be great to hear the total. PDC needs all the help he can get from us and another 9K plus crown against Shrewsbury will show the Board that the fans are behind the club Hope that Trust will respond to the press/radio.
As I understand it, the kitty before last weekend was around £9.5k ish and from what was on here in the week it now stands at around £10k ish so around £500 raised without any problem or BIG ask. i dare say if we had a full blooded appeal it would grow a lot bigger a lot quicker. Our manager as yet has not added any money in as I think he suspects Benson will sign for a team this week and there fore we we get a fee. I can also see him perhaps looking for a mutual parting of the ways and looking for his contract to be paid up and then get a signing on fee where he goes, in which case we may dip out. Time will tell.
Is anything or any1 doing anything for the shrews game,,,, GET THE BUCKETS OUT AND SPREAD THE WORD... Hopefully the adver can put somthing in the paper just to let the fans know what is going on....
I think the buckets should be out, face it, if we get a decent crowd and the average is a quid per adult it should equate to around £7.5 k. I'd rather chip into the bucket as opposed to buying a programme, now that would raise some serious cash.
OR A HOTDOG...
Blimmey Chaps, Wots wrong with pies, preferably with meat in, not like those in the Legends that are carp, had all the meat removed with a syringe.
Forget the buckets, if people want to donate they can send money to the RAF fund at the trust.
The trust need to become a bit more visible as we will need funds at some time in the future. I was happy to do my bit and have donated £25, a drop in the ocean? Yes, but lots of drops can cause a big wave.

On the subject of pies the ones you get in the Town End are really good IMO>
[quote][p][bold]the wizard[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DarrenSTFCRomain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the wizard[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DarrenSTFCRomain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the wizard[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wraxall[/bold] wrote: Great Point,Great Fans, but PDC still needs help with keeping Hollands and Martin.What's happing with the TrustSTFC money and how much has been raised since last week.Plenty of offers so it would be great to hear the total. PDC needs all the help he can get from us and another 9K plus crown against Shrewsbury will show the Board that the fans are behind the club Hope that Trust will respond to the press/radio.[/p][/quote]As I understand it, the kitty before last weekend was around £9.5k ish and from what was on here in the week it now stands at around £10k ish so around £500 raised without any problem or BIG ask. i dare say if we had a full blooded appeal it would grow a lot bigger a lot quicker. Our manager as yet has not added any money in as I think he suspects Benson will sign for a team this week and there fore we we get a fee. I can also see him perhaps looking for a mutual parting of the ways and looking for his contract to be paid up and then get a signing on fee where he goes, in which case we may dip out. Time will tell.[/p][/quote]Is anything or any1 doing anything for the shrews game,,,, GET THE BUCKETS OUT AND SPREAD THE WORD... Hopefully the adver can put somthing in the paper just to let the fans know what is going on....[/p][/quote]I think the buckets should be out, face it, if we get a decent crowd and the average is a quid per adult it should equate to around £7.5 k. I'd rather chip into the bucket as opposed to buying a programme, now that would raise some serious cash.[/p][/quote]OR A HOTDOG...[/p][/quote]Blimmey Chaps, Wots wrong with pies, preferably with meat in, not like those in the Legends that are carp, had all the meat removed with a syringe.[/p][/quote]Forget the buckets, if people want to donate they can send money to the RAF fund at the trust. The trust need to become a bit more visible as we will need funds at some time in the future. I was happy to do my bit and have donated £25, a drop in the ocean? Yes, but lots of drops can cause a big wave. On the subject of pies the ones you get in the Town End are really good IMO> Okus Road
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7:04pm Sun 13 Jan 13

The Jockster says...

Steve. Brentford wrote:
TheDukeOfBanbury wrote:
NORTH STAND wrote:
Same old same old... '99% of fans do not think Ferry should start every game'. Says who? Perhaps 99% of forum posters (on here and the polytechnic forum) do but that does say rather more about them and their general levels of footballing knowledge.... it's also worth remembering that (the same?) 99% of fans could see that Connell was a championship striker not being given enough chances or that Phil Smith was a more than adequate lower league keeper.... Thankfully all you wise old owls are too busy driving vans and turning computers on and off again - meaning that clueless top grade footballing professionals are left to pick the side most suitable for each individual set of circumstances... Ferry does not start the tougher games because he is physically weak, positionally unaware and frustratingly unable to follow simple team roles... this is a ninety minute game and a man whose (considerable) strength is unpicking tired and lower grade defences is being used to maximise just that impact... PDC (and his team) is so much better technically than he gets credit for.... I hope it continues but we do have a disproportionate number of fans who frankly deserve their Bodin / Ling / McLaughlin managerial dream teams...
Some common sense at last.

We have a squad and a Manager who knows and understands the players better than anyone.

PDC knows what he is doing, or appears to in my eyes anyway.
The points he makes about football is common sense Duke however his constant moaning about other posters on this forum gets right on my t1ts and are far from common sense,for instance if he feels differently to what someone else posts then why not take it up with the said poster rather than trying to belittle everyone but his perfect self.

I feel better now.
Good shout Steve! and Grim -yep I'll settle for a bucketful of goals for our remaining games!
[quote][p][bold]Steve. Brentford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TheDukeOfBanbury[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]NORTH STAND[/bold] wrote: Same old same old... '99% of fans do not think Ferry should start every game'. Says who? Perhaps 99% of forum posters (on here and the polytechnic forum) do but that does say rather more about them and their general levels of footballing knowledge.... it's also worth remembering that (the same?) 99% of fans could see that Connell was a championship striker not being given enough chances or that Phil Smith was a more than adequate lower league keeper.... Thankfully all you wise old owls are too busy driving vans and turning computers on and off again - meaning that clueless top grade footballing professionals are left to pick the side most suitable for each individual set of circumstances... Ferry does not start the tougher games because he is physically weak, positionally unaware and frustratingly unable to follow simple team roles... this is a ninety minute game and a man whose (considerable) strength is unpicking tired and lower grade defences is being used to maximise just that impact... PDC (and his team) is so much better technically than he gets credit for.... I hope it continues but we do have a disproportionate number of fans who frankly deserve their Bodin / Ling / McLaughlin managerial dream teams...[/p][/quote]Some common sense at last. We have a squad and a Manager who knows and understands the players better than anyone. PDC knows what he is doing, or appears to in my eyes anyway.[/p][/quote]The points he makes about football is common sense Duke however his constant moaning about other posters on this forum gets right on my t1ts and are far from common sense,for instance if he feels differently to what someone else posts then why not take it up with the said poster rather than trying to belittle everyone but his perfect self. I feel better now.[/p][/quote]Good shout Steve! and Grim -yep I'll settle for a bucketful of goals for our remaining games! The Jockster
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7:10pm Sun 13 Jan 13

smirg kcab says...

Okus Road wrote:
the wizard wrote:
DarrenSTFCRomain wrote:
the wizard wrote:
DarrenSTFCRomain wrote:
the wizard wrote:
wraxall wrote: Great Point,Great Fans, but PDC still needs help with keeping Hollands and Martin.What's happing with the TrustSTFC money and how much has been raised since last week.Plenty of offers so it would be great to hear the total. PDC needs all the help he can get from us and another 9K plus crown against Shrewsbury will show the Board that the fans are behind the club Hope that Trust will respond to the press/radio.
As I understand it, the kitty before last weekend was around £9.5k ish and from what was on here in the week it now stands at around £10k ish so around £500 raised without any problem or BIG ask. i dare say if we had a full blooded appeal it would grow a lot bigger a lot quicker. Our manager as yet has not added any money in as I think he suspects Benson will sign for a team this week and there fore we we get a fee. I can also see him perhaps looking for a mutual parting of the ways and looking for his contract to be paid up and then get a signing on fee where he goes, in which case we may dip out. Time will tell.
Is anything or any1 doing anything for the shrews game,,,, GET THE BUCKETS OUT AND SPREAD THE WORD... Hopefully the adver can put somthing in the paper just to let the fans know what is going on....
I think the buckets should be out, face it, if we get a decent crowd and the average is a quid per adult it should equate to around £7.5 k. I'd rather chip into the bucket as opposed to buying a programme, now that would raise some serious cash.
OR A HOTDOG...
Blimmey Chaps, Wots wrong with pies, preferably with meat in, not like those in the Legends that are carp, had all the meat removed with a syringe.
Forget the buckets, if people want to donate they can send money to the RAF fund at the trust.
The trust need to become a bit more visible as we will need funds at some time in the future. I was happy to do my bit and have donated £25, a drop in the ocean? Yes, but lots of drops can cause a big wave.

On the subject of pies the ones you get in the Town End are really good IMO>
Lots of drops in a ocean is called raining not waves.
Onwards and upwards
[quote][p][bold]Okus Road[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the wizard[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DarrenSTFCRomain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the wizard[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DarrenSTFCRomain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the wizard[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wraxall[/bold] wrote: Great Point,Great Fans, but PDC still needs help with keeping Hollands and Martin.What's happing with the TrustSTFC money and how much has been raised since last week.Plenty of offers so it would be great to hear the total. PDC needs all the help he can get from us and another 9K plus crown against Shrewsbury will show the Board that the fans are behind the club Hope that Trust will respond to the press/radio.[/p][/quote]As I understand it, the kitty before last weekend was around £9.5k ish and from what was on here in the week it now stands at around £10k ish so around £500 raised without any problem or BIG ask. i dare say if we had a full blooded appeal it would grow a lot bigger a lot quicker. Our manager as yet has not added any money in as I think he suspects Benson will sign for a team this week and there fore we we get a fee. I can also see him perhaps looking for a mutual parting of the ways and looking for his contract to be paid up and then get a signing on fee where he goes, in which case we may dip out. Time will tell.[/p][/quote]Is anything or any1 doing anything for the shrews game,,,, GET THE BUCKETS OUT AND SPREAD THE WORD... Hopefully the adver can put somthing in the paper just to let the fans know what is going on....[/p][/quote]I think the buckets should be out, face it, if we get a decent crowd and the average is a quid per adult it should equate to around £7.5 k. I'd rather chip into the bucket as opposed to buying a programme, now that would raise some serious cash.[/p][/quote]OR A HOTDOG...[/p][/quote]Blimmey Chaps, Wots wrong with pies, preferably with meat in, not like those in the Legends that are carp, had all the meat removed with a syringe.[/p][/quote]Forget the buckets, if people want to donate they can send money to the RAF fund at the trust. The trust need to become a bit more visible as we will need funds at some time in the future. I was happy to do my bit and have donated £25, a drop in the ocean? Yes, but lots of drops can cause a big wave. On the subject of pies the ones you get in the Town End are really good IMO>[/p][/quote]Lots of drops in a ocean is called raining not waves. Onwards and upwards smirg kcab
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7:17pm Sun 13 Jan 13

jayden says...

Steve. Brentford wrote:
TheDukeOfBanbury wrote:
NORTH STAND wrote:
Same old same old... '99% of fans do not think Ferry should start every game'. Says who? Perhaps 99% of forum posters (on here and the polytechnic forum) do but that does say rather more about them and their general levels of footballing knowledge.... it's also worth remembering that (the same?) 99% of fans could see that Connell was a championship striker not being given enough chances or that Phil Smith was a more than adequate lower league keeper.... Thankfully all you wise old owls are too busy driving vans and turning computers on and off again - meaning that clueless top grade footballing professionals are left to pick the side most suitable for each individual set of circumstances... Ferry does not start the tougher games because he is physically weak, positionally unaware and frustratingly unable to follow simple team roles... this is a ninety minute game and a man whose (considerable) strength is unpicking tired and lower grade defences is being used to maximise just that impact... PDC (and his team) is so much better technically than he gets credit for.... I hope it continues but we do have a disproportionate number of fans who frankly deserve their Bodin / Ling / McLaughlin managerial dream teams...
Some common sense at last.

We have a squad and a Manager who knows and understands the players better than anyone.

PDC knows what he is doing, or appears to in my eyes anyway.
The points he makes about football is common sense Duke however his constant moaning about other posters on this forum gets right on my t1ts and are far from common sense,for instance if he feels differently to what someone else posts then why not take it up with the said poster rather than trying to belittle everyone but his perfect self.

I feel better now.
Yeah and you would be quite r within you rights their steve .And since when have they been serveing fish pie at the cg wiz.Still thats enough drivell from me.
[quote][p][bold]Steve. Brentford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TheDukeOfBanbury[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]NORTH STAND[/bold] wrote: Same old same old... '99% of fans do not think Ferry should start every game'. Says who? Perhaps 99% of forum posters (on here and the polytechnic forum) do but that does say rather more about them and their general levels of footballing knowledge.... it's also worth remembering that (the same?) 99% of fans could see that Connell was a championship striker not being given enough chances or that Phil Smith was a more than adequate lower league keeper.... Thankfully all you wise old owls are too busy driving vans and turning computers on and off again - meaning that clueless top grade footballing professionals are left to pick the side most suitable for each individual set of circumstances... Ferry does not start the tougher games because he is physically weak, positionally unaware and frustratingly unable to follow simple team roles... this is a ninety minute game and a man whose (considerable) strength is unpicking tired and lower grade defences is being used to maximise just that impact... PDC (and his team) is so much better technically than he gets credit for.... I hope it continues but we do have a disproportionate number of fans who frankly deserve their Bodin / Ling / McLaughlin managerial dream teams...[/p][/quote]Some common sense at last. We have a squad and a Manager who knows and understands the players better than anyone. PDC knows what he is doing, or appears to in my eyes anyway.[/p][/quote]The points he makes about football is common sense Duke however his constant moaning about other posters on this forum gets right on my t1ts and are far from common sense,for instance if he feels differently to what someone else posts then why not take it up with the said poster rather than trying to belittle everyone but his perfect self. I feel better now.[/p][/quote]Yeah and you would be quite r within you rights their steve .And since when have they been serveing fish pie at the cg wiz.Still thats enough drivell from me. jayden
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7:28pm Sun 13 Jan 13

jayden says...

jayden wrote:
Steve. Brentford wrote:
TheDukeOfBanbury wrote:
NORTH STAND wrote:
Same old same old... '99% of fans do not think Ferry should start every game'. Says who? Perhaps 99% of forum posters (on here and the polytechnic forum) do but that does say rather more about them and their general levels of footballing knowledge.... it's also worth remembering that (the same?) 99% of fans could see that Connell was a championship striker not being given enough chances or that Phil Smith was a more than adequate lower league keeper.... Thankfully all you wise old owls are too busy driving vans and turning computers on and off again - meaning that clueless top grade footballing professionals are left to pick the side most suitable for each individual set of circumstances... Ferry does not start the tougher games because he is physically weak, positionally unaware and frustratingly unable to follow simple team roles... this is a ninety minute game and a man whose (considerable) strength is unpicking tired and lower grade defences is being used to maximise just that impact... PDC (and his team) is so much better technically than he gets credit for.... I hope it continues but we do have a disproportionate number of fans who frankly deserve their Bodin / Ling / McLaughlin managerial dream teams...
Some common sense at last.

We have a squad and a Manager who knows and understands the players better than anyone.

PDC knows what he is doing, or appears to in my eyes anyway.
The points he makes about football is common sense Duke however his constant moaning about other posters on this forum gets right on my t1ts and are far from common sense,for instance if he feels differently to what someone else posts then why not take it up with the said poster rather than trying to belittle everyone but his perfect self.

I feel better now.
Yeah and you would be quite r within you rights their steve .And since when have they been serveing fish pie at the cg wiz.Still thats enough drivell from me.
And spelling mistakes.If we are not useing the money collected can i have my £10 back ?
[quote][p][bold]jayden[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steve. Brentford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TheDukeOfBanbury[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]NORTH STAND[/bold] wrote: Same old same old... '99% of fans do not think Ferry should start every game'. Says who? Perhaps 99% of forum posters (on here and the polytechnic forum) do but that does say rather more about them and their general levels of footballing knowledge.... it's also worth remembering that (the same?) 99% of fans could see that Connell was a championship striker not being given enough chances or that Phil Smith was a more than adequate lower league keeper.... Thankfully all you wise old owls are too busy driving vans and turning computers on and off again - meaning that clueless top grade footballing professionals are left to pick the side most suitable for each individual set of circumstances... Ferry does not start the tougher games because he is physically weak, positionally unaware and frustratingly unable to follow simple team roles... this is a ninety minute game and a man whose (considerable) strength is unpicking tired and lower grade defences is being used to maximise just that impact... PDC (and his team) is so much better technically than he gets credit for.... I hope it continues but we do have a disproportionate number of fans who frankly deserve their Bodin / Ling / McLaughlin managerial dream teams...[/p][/quote]Some common sense at last. We have a squad and a Manager who knows and understands the players better than anyone. PDC knows what he is doing, or appears to in my eyes anyway.[/p][/quote]The points he makes about football is common sense Duke however his constant moaning about other posters on this forum gets right on my t1ts and are far from common sense,for instance if he feels differently to what someone else posts then why not take it up with the said poster rather than trying to belittle everyone but his perfect self. I feel better now.[/p][/quote]Yeah and you would be quite r within you rights their steve .And since when have they been serveing fish pie at the cg wiz.Still thats enough drivell from me.[/p][/quote]And spelling mistakes.If we are not useing the money collected can i have my £10 back ? jayden
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7:33pm Sun 13 Jan 13

Oi Den! says...

NS, I have news for you. Football fans discuss team selection. Imagine what it would be like if we all just nodded sagely every time we saw the line-up. Imagine what it would be like if, over a post-match pint, nobody ever suggested that we might have done better if X had been brought on earlier in place Y, who was having a shocker.
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You have actually made a good case on here today. Alas, you have undone that good work by showing your true colours. As Steve points out, the main purpose of your posts seems to be to belittle your fellow supporters. Most people might wonder what driving vans has got to do with being a football fan. Anyone who drives a van for a living would have every right to feel affronted by your arrogant snobbery.
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If you find it so difficult to read other people's views without responding with pompous insults, why not just give this forum a wide berth and leave the way clear for others to have a lively and civilised discussion?
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NS, I have news for you. Football fans discuss team selection. Imagine what it would be like if we all just nodded sagely every time we saw the line-up. Imagine what it would be like if, over a post-match pint, nobody ever suggested that we might have done better if X had been brought on earlier in place Y, who was having a shocker. . You have actually made a good case on here today. Alas, you have undone that good work by showing your true colours. As Steve points out, the main purpose of your posts seems to be to belittle your fellow supporters. Most people might wonder what driving vans has got to do with being a football fan. Anyone who drives a van for a living would have every right to feel affronted by your arrogant snobbery. . If you find it so difficult to read other people's views without responding with pompous insults, why not just give this forum a wide berth and leave the way clear for others to have a lively and civilised discussion? . Oi Den!
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7:40pm Sun 13 Jan 13

the wizard says...

Jayden,

Allegedly the LL pies are meat pies, I would say they are just pastry and gravy as the meat has been removed, and they taste like cardboard.
Jayden, Allegedly the LL pies are meat pies, I would say they are just pastry and gravy as the meat has been removed, and they taste like cardboard. the wizard
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7:45pm Sun 13 Jan 13

DarrenSTFCRomain says...

Okus Road wrote:
the wizard wrote:
DarrenSTFCRomain wrote:
the wizard wrote:
DarrenSTFCRomain wrote:
the wizard wrote:
wraxall wrote: Great Point,Great Fans, but PDC still needs help with keeping Hollands and Martin.What's happing with the TrustSTFC money and how much has been raised since last week.Plenty of offers so it would be great to hear the total. PDC needs all the help he can get from us and another 9K plus crown against Shrewsbury will show the Board that the fans are behind the club Hope that Trust will respond to the press/radio.
As I understand it, the kitty before last weekend was around £9.5k ish and from what was on here in the week it now stands at around £10k ish so around £500 raised without any problem or BIG ask. i dare say if we had a full blooded appeal it would grow a lot bigger a lot quicker. Our manager as yet has not added any money in as I think he suspects Benson will sign for a team this week and there fore we we get a fee. I can also see him perhaps looking for a mutual parting of the ways and looking for his contract to be paid up and then get a signing on fee where he goes, in which case we may dip out. Time will tell.
Is anything or any1 doing anything for the shrews game,,,, GET THE BUCKETS OUT AND SPREAD THE WORD... Hopefully the adver can put somthing in the paper just to let the fans know what is going on....
I think the buckets should be out, face it, if we get a decent crowd and the average is a quid per adult it should equate to around £7.5 k. I'd rather chip into the bucket as opposed to buying a programme, now that would raise some serious cash.
OR A HOTDOG...
Blimmey Chaps, Wots wrong with pies, preferably with meat in, not like those in the Legends that are carp, had all the meat removed with a syringe.
Forget the buckets, if people want to donate they can send money to the RAF fund at the trust. The trust need to become a bit more visible as we will need funds at some time in the future. I was happy to do my bit and have donated £25, a drop in the ocean? Yes, but lots of drops can cause a big wave. On the subject of pies the ones you get in the Town End are really good IMO>
I dont eat there anymore as the food at the ground is RANK and very VERY over priced...
Last time i had a pie in the TownEnd it felt like i had 20 pints of 3b"s..
Well one end did anyway....
[quote][p][bold]Okus Road[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the wizard[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DarrenSTFCRomain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the wizard[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DarrenSTFCRomain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the wizard[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wraxall[/bold] wrote: Great Point,Great Fans, but PDC still needs help with keeping Hollands and Martin.What's happing with the TrustSTFC money and how much has been raised since last week.Plenty of offers so it would be great to hear the total. PDC needs all the help he can get from us and another 9K plus crown against Shrewsbury will show the Board that the fans are behind the club Hope that Trust will respond to the press/radio.[/p][/quote]As I understand it, the kitty before last weekend was around £9.5k ish and from what was on here in the week it now stands at around £10k ish so around £500 raised without any problem or BIG ask. i dare say if we had a full blooded appeal it would grow a lot bigger a lot quicker. Our manager as yet has not added any money in as I think he suspects Benson will sign for a team this week and there fore we we get a fee. I can also see him perhaps looking for a mutual parting of the ways and looking for his contract to be paid up and then get a signing on fee where he goes, in which case we may dip out. Time will tell.[/p][/quote]Is anything or any1 doing anything for the shrews game,,,, GET THE BUCKETS OUT AND SPREAD THE WORD... Hopefully the adver can put somthing in the paper just to let the fans know what is going on....[/p][/quote]I think the buckets should be out, face it, if we get a decent crowd and the average is a quid per adult it should equate to around £7.5 k. I'd rather chip into the bucket as opposed to buying a programme, now that would raise some serious cash.[/p][/quote]OR A HOTDOG...[/p][/quote]Blimmey Chaps, Wots wrong with pies, preferably with meat in, not like those in the Legends that are carp, had all the meat removed with a syringe.[/p][/quote]Forget the buckets, if people want to donate they can send money to the RAF fund at the trust. The trust need to become a bit more visible as we will need funds at some time in the future. I was happy to do my bit and have donated £25, a drop in the ocean? Yes, but lots of drops can cause a big wave. On the subject of pies the ones you get in the Town End are really good IMO>[/p][/quote]I dont eat there anymore as the food at the ground is RANK and very VERY over priced... Last time i had a pie in the TownEnd it felt like i had 20 pints of 3b"s.. Well one end did anyway.... DarrenSTFCRomain
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7:50pm Sun 13 Jan 13

Oi Den! says...

Reply to LR, dreamo and OTR:
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Good points about rotation, RDV's stinker, horses for courses etc. I won't continue the argument. However, I think the case for rotation is weakened a little by the fact that several players get picked for every game and there is not much debate about it. Ritchie, for instance, runs his arse off in every game and always seems to recover in time for the next one. While we have 7 days between games I don't think that should be too much to ask of a professional athlete.
Reply to LR, dreamo and OTR: . Good points about rotation, RDV's stinker, horses for courses etc. I won't continue the argument. However, I think the case for rotation is weakened a little by the fact that several players get picked for every game and there is not much debate about it. Ritchie, for instance, runs his arse off in every game and always seems to recover in time for the next one. While we have 7 days between games I don't think that should be too much to ask of a professional athlete. Oi Den!
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7:56pm Sun 13 Jan 13

London Red says...

Diverting funds from a programme or food just doesn't make sense
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In fact it is counter productive by actually taking money away
.
The RAF is not actually the clubs money!
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It had a purpose once (thus he £10k I there - but don't forget that has been collected over the past decade!) and it may have purpose again (I really hope not) but while our current owners are worth 100s of millions it is not needed and all money should be pumped straight into the club
.
That is the real show of support by boosting the clubs actual income
Diverting funds from a programme or food just doesn't make sense . In fact it is counter productive by actually taking money away . The RAF is not actually the clubs money! . It had a purpose once (thus he £10k I there - but don't forget that has been collected over the past decade!) and it may have purpose again (I really hope not) but while our current owners are worth 100s of millions it is not needed and all money should be pumped straight into the club . That is the real show of support by boosting the clubs actual income London Red
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8:00pm Sun 13 Jan 13

Steve. Brentford says...

DarrenSTFCRomain wrote:
Okus Road wrote:
the wizard wrote:
DarrenSTFCRomain wrote:
the wizard wrote:
DarrenSTFCRomain wrote:
the wizard wrote:
wraxall wrote: Great Point,Great Fans, but PDC still needs help with keeping Hollands and Martin.What's happing with the TrustSTFC money and how much has been raised since last week.Plenty of offers so it would be great to hear the total. PDC needs all the help he can get from us and another 9K plus crown against Shrewsbury will show the Board that the fans are behind the club Hope that Trust will respond to the press/radio.
As I understand it, the kitty before last weekend was around £9.5k ish and from what was on here in the week it now stands at around £10k ish so around £500 raised without any problem or BIG ask. i dare say if we had a full blooded appeal it would grow a lot bigger a lot quicker. Our manager as yet has not added any money in as I think he suspects Benson will sign for a team this week and there fore we we get a fee. I can also see him perhaps looking for a mutual parting of the ways and looking for his contract to be paid up and then get a signing on fee where he goes, in which case we may dip out. Time will tell.
Is anything or any1 doing anything for the shrews game,,,, GET THE BUCKETS OUT AND SPREAD THE WORD... Hopefully the adver can put somthing in the paper just to let the fans know what is going on....
I think the buckets should be out, face it, if we get a decent crowd and the average is a quid per adult it should equate to around £7.5 k. I'd rather chip into the bucket as opposed to buying a programme, now that would raise some serious cash.
OR A HOTDOG...
Blimmey Chaps, Wots wrong with pies, preferably with meat in, not like those in the Legends that are carp, had all the meat removed with a syringe.
Forget the buckets, if people want to donate they can send money to the RAF fund at the trust. The trust need to become a bit more visible as we will need funds at some time in the future. I was happy to do my bit and have donated £25, a drop in the ocean? Yes, but lots of drops can cause a big wave. On the subject of pies the ones you get in the Town End are really good IMO>
I dont eat there anymore as the food at the ground is RANK and very VERY over priced...
Last time i had a pie in the TownEnd it felt like i had 20 pints of 3b"s..
Well one end did anyway....
The last time i went to bite into a burger from the Townend it bite me first!
[quote][p][bold]DarrenSTFCRomain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Okus Road[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the wizard[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DarrenSTFCRomain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the wizard[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DarrenSTFCRomain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the wizard[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wraxall[/bold] wrote: Great Point,Great Fans, but PDC still needs help with keeping Hollands and Martin.What's happing with the TrustSTFC money and how much has been raised since last week.Plenty of offers so it would be great to hear the total. PDC needs all the help he can get from us and another 9K plus crown against Shrewsbury will show the Board that the fans are behind the club Hope that Trust will respond to the press/radio.[/p][/quote]As I understand it, the kitty before last weekend was around £9.5k ish and from what was on here in the week it now stands at around £10k ish so around £500 raised without any problem or BIG ask. i dare say if we had a full blooded appeal it would grow a lot bigger a lot quicker. Our manager as yet has not added any money in as I think he suspects Benson will sign for a team this week and there fore we we get a fee. I can also see him perhaps looking for a mutual parting of the ways and looking for his contract to be paid up and then get a signing on fee where he goes, in which case we may dip out. Time will tell.[/p][/quote]Is anything or any1 doing anything for the shrews game,,,, GET THE BUCKETS OUT AND SPREAD THE WORD... Hopefully the adver can put somthing in the paper just to let the fans know what is going on....[/p][/quote]I think the buckets should be out, face it, if we get a decent crowd and the average is a quid per adult it should equate to around £7.5 k. I'd rather chip into the bucket as opposed to buying a programme, now that would raise some serious cash.[/p][/quote]OR A HOTDOG...[/p][/quote]Blimmey Chaps, Wots wrong with pies, preferably with meat in, not like those in the Legends that are carp, had all the meat removed with a syringe.[/p][/quote]Forget the buckets, if people want to donate they can send money to the RAF fund at the trust. The trust need to become a bit more visible as we will need funds at some time in the future. I was happy to do my bit and have donated £25, a drop in the ocean? Yes, but lots of drops can cause a big wave. On the subject of pies the ones you get in the Town End are really good IMO>[/p][/quote]I dont eat there anymore as the food at the ground is RANK and very VERY over priced... Last time i had a pie in the TownEnd it felt like i had 20 pints of 3b"s.. Well one end did anyway....[/p][/quote]The last time i went to bite into a burger from the Townend it bite me first! Steve. Brentford
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8:12pm Sun 13 Jan 13

jayden says...

London Red wrote:
Diverting funds from a programme or food just doesn't make sense
.
In fact it is counter productive by actually taking money away
.
The RAF is not actually the clubs money!
.
It had a purpose once (thus he £10k I there - but don't forget that has been collected over the past decade!) and it may have purpose again (I really hope not) but while our current owners are worth 100s of millions it is not needed and all money should be pumped straight into the club
.
That is the real show of support by boosting the clubs actual income
It might make me less fat.
[quote][p][bold]London Red[/bold] wrote: Diverting funds from a programme or food just doesn't make sense . In fact it is counter productive by actually taking money away . The RAF is not actually the clubs money! . It had a purpose once (thus he £10k I there - but don't forget that has been collected over the past decade!) and it may have purpose again (I really hope not) but while our current owners are worth 100s of millions it is not needed and all money should be pumped straight into the club . That is the real show of support by boosting the clubs actual income[/p][/quote]It might make me less fat. jayden
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8:12pm Sun 13 Jan 13

the wizard says...

LR,

If spending £x on a programme or £x on food will only raise so much profit because of raw material and seller costs, for the odd game the gross amount going into a bucket will realise more profit (100%) and go straight into the wages fund, and if that keeps Martin and Hollands here then that is where my money will go. BTW, I spoke directly with the Accounts Dept and my £25 went straight to them, and straight into the wages pot, direct, so our manager already has my £25 at his disposal, job done. Others make up there own minds and do their thing, as long as the club as a whole benefits then great. If others choose not to contribute then that is up to them, it is their choice and their prerogative, its a free country.

As goes our owners, they are not as wealthy as they once were due to the slump in prices on the Stock Exchange, that is basically what Black has said, his net worth is less and he has taken several hits to his portfolio, that is why he wants to sell the club and there is no further money for player purchases this season.
LR, If spending £x on a programme or £x on food will only raise so much profit because of raw material and seller costs, for the odd game the gross amount going into a bucket will realise more profit (100%) and go straight into the wages fund, and if that keeps Martin and Hollands here then that is where my money will go. BTW, I spoke directly with the Accounts Dept and my £25 went straight to them, and straight into the wages pot, direct, so our manager already has my £25 at his disposal, job done. Others make up there own minds and do their thing, as long as the club as a whole benefits then great. If others choose not to contribute then that is up to them, it is their choice and their prerogative, its a free country. As goes our owners, they are not as wealthy as they once were due to the slump in prices on the Stock Exchange, that is basically what Black has said, his net worth is less and he has taken several hits to his portfolio, that is why he wants to sell the club and there is no further money for player purchases this season. the wizard
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8:14pm Sun 13 Jan 13

jayden says...

the wizard wrote:
Jayden,

Allegedly the LL pies are meat pies, I would say they are just pastry and gravy as the meat has been removed, and they taste like cardboard.
Yes but wiz ,carp pies the dirty bar stools.
[quote][p][bold]the wizard[/bold] wrote: Jayden, Allegedly the LL pies are meat pies, I would say they are just pastry and gravy as the meat has been removed, and they taste like cardboard.[/p][/quote]Yes but wiz ,carp pies the dirty bar stools. jayden
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8:16pm Sun 13 Jan 13

DarrenSTFCRomain says...

I no i was sat next to ya...
Hope to see ya soon mate...

I hopeing to get tickets for mkdons game will you be going ???
I no i was sat next to ya... Hope to see ya soon mate... I hopeing to get tickets for mkdons game will you be going ??? DarrenSTFCRomain
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8:16pm Sun 13 Jan 13

jayden says...

Oi Den! wrote:
NS, I have news for you. Football fans discuss team selection. Imagine what it would be like if we all just nodded sagely every time we saw the line-up. Imagine what it would be like if, over a post-match pint, nobody ever suggested that we might have done better if X had been brought on earlier in place Y, who was having a shocker.
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You have actually made a good case on here today. Alas, you have undone that good work by showing your true colours. As Steve points out, the main purpose of your posts seems to be to belittle your fellow supporters. Most people might wonder what driving vans has got to do with being a football fan. Anyone who drives a van for a living would have every right to feel affronted by your arrogant snobbery.
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If you find it so difficult to read other people's views without responding with pompous insults, why not just give this forum a wide berth and leave the way clear for others to have a lively and civilised discussion?
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Good post Den cant stop got to load the van up with some lead of a church roof.
[quote][p][bold]Oi Den![/bold] wrote: NS, I have news for you. Football fans discuss team selection. Imagine what it would be like if we all just nodded sagely every time we saw the line-up. Imagine what it would be like if, over a post-match pint, nobody ever suggested that we might have done better if X had been brought on earlier in place Y, who was having a shocker. . You have actually made a good case on here today. Alas, you have undone that good work by showing your true colours. As Steve points out, the main purpose of your posts seems to be to belittle your fellow supporters. Most people might wonder what driving vans has got to do with being a football fan. Anyone who drives a van for a living would have every right to feel affronted by your arrogant snobbery. . If you find it so difficult to read other people's views without responding with pompous insults, why not just give this forum a wide berth and leave the way clear for others to have a lively and civilised discussion? .[/p][/quote]Good post Den cant stop got to load the van up with some lead of a church roof. jayden
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8:20pm Sun 13 Jan 13

jayden says...

DarrenSTFCRomain wrote:
I no i was sat next to ya...
Hope to see ya soon mate...

I hopeing to get tickets for mkdons game will you be going ???
See a bucket at a game is always usefull .You going to tranmere? Any chance of a push or jump start with me van?
[quote][p][bold]DarrenSTFCRomain[/bold] wrote: I no i was sat next to ya... Hope to see ya soon mate... I hopeing to get tickets for mkdons game will you be going ???[/p][/quote]See a bucket at a game is always usefull .You going to tranmere? Any chance of a push or jump start with me van? jayden
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8:22pm Sun 13 Jan 13

Oi Den! says...

The best way of supporting the club is for anyone who can afford it to buy a season ticket. I'm not trying to suggest that anyone SHOULD do it but I'm sure there are people who do their sums and decide not to get one because don't see enough games to make it worthwhile. Just to be clear - I buy a season ticket because it gives me great value for money and it saves the inconvenience of buying a ticket for every game. I'm not sure I'd do it if I was likely to miss several games. But it does represent the best opportunity there is to give the club financial support. Any missed games could be seen as donating money to the club. It's admirable but bizarre to have bucket collections etc. Like LR and others, I can't see them making much difference. Supporting a club is first and foremost about being there with money and voice whenever you can.
The best way of supporting the club is for anyone who can afford it to buy a season ticket. I'm not trying to suggest that anyone SHOULD do it but I'm sure there are people who do their sums and decide not to get one because don't see enough games to make it worthwhile. Just to be clear - I buy a season ticket because it gives me great value for money and it saves the inconvenience of buying a ticket for every game. I'm not sure I'd do it if I was likely to miss several games. But it does represent the best opportunity there is to give the club financial support. Any missed games could be seen as donating money to the club. It's admirable but bizarre to have bucket collections etc. Like LR and others, I can't see them making much difference. Supporting a club is first and foremost about being there with money and voice whenever you can. Oi Den!
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8:23pm Sun 13 Jan 13

Steve. Brentford says...

DarrenSTFCRomain wrote:
I no i was sat next to ya...
Hope to see ya soon mate...

I hopeing to get tickets for mkdons game will you be going ???
I`ll call you after work tomorrow and make some arrangements Dazza.


Jayden and Wiz leave them carp alone, is nothing sacred or are you Polish?
[quote][p][bold]DarrenSTFCRomain[/bold] wrote: I no i was sat next to ya... Hope to see ya soon mate... I hopeing to get tickets for mkdons game will you be going ???[/p][/quote]I`ll call you after work tomorrow and make some arrangements Dazza. Jayden and Wiz leave them carp alone, is nothing sacred or are you Polish? Steve. Brentford
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8:37pm Sun 13 Jan 13

jayden says...

Steve. Brentford wrote:
DarrenSTFCRomain wrote:
I no i was sat next to ya...
Hope to see ya soon mate...

I hopeing to get tickets for mkdons game will you be going ???
I`ll call you after work tomorrow and make some arrangements Dazza.


Jayden and Wiz leave them carp alone, is nothing sacred or are you Polish?
Glad to see you are back on form Steve ill see you at the dons game.
[quote][p][bold]Steve. Brentford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DarrenSTFCRomain[/bold] wrote: I no i was sat next to ya... Hope to see ya soon mate... I hopeing to get tickets for mkdons game will you be going ???[/p][/quote]I`ll call you after work tomorrow and make some arrangements Dazza. Jayden and Wiz leave them carp alone, is nothing sacred or are you Polish?[/p][/quote]Glad to see you are back on form Steve ill see you at the dons game. jayden
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8:44pm Sun 13 Jan 13

DarrenSTFCRomain says...

jayden wrote:
DarrenSTFCRomain wrote: I no i was sat next to ya... Hope to see ya soon mate... I hopeing to get tickets for mkdons game will you be going ???
See a bucket at a game is always usefull .You going to tranmere? Any chance of a push or jump start with me van?
Me and Steve will push ya..
Afterall Steve could do with loseing a few pounds +stone
[quote][p][bold]jayden[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DarrenSTFCRomain[/bold] wrote: I no i was sat next to ya... Hope to see ya soon mate... I hopeing to get tickets for mkdons game will you be going ???[/p][/quote]See a bucket at a game is always usefull .You going to tranmere? Any chance of a push or jump start with me van?[/p][/quote]Me and Steve will push ya.. Afterall Steve could do with loseing a few pounds +stone DarrenSTFCRomain
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8:52pm Sun 13 Jan 13

Steve. Brentford says...

DarrenSTFCRomain wrote:
jayden wrote:
DarrenSTFCRomain wrote: I no i was sat next to ya... Hope to see ya soon mate... I hopeing to get tickets for mkdons game will you be going ???
See a bucket at a game is always usefull .You going to tranmere? Any chance of a push or jump start with me van?
Me and Steve will push ya..
Afterall Steve could do with loseing a few pounds +stone
Yep,i suppose i will have to do your share due to your puny frame.
[quote][p][bold]DarrenSTFCRomain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jayden[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DarrenSTFCRomain[/bold] wrote: I no i was sat next to ya... Hope to see ya soon mate... I hopeing to get tickets for mkdons game will you be going ???[/p][/quote]See a bucket at a game is always usefull .You going to tranmere? Any chance of a push or jump start with me van?[/p][/quote]Me and Steve will push ya.. Afterall Steve could do with loseing a few pounds +stone[/p][/quote]Yep,i suppose i will have to do your share due to your puny frame. Steve. Brentford
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8:58pm Sun 13 Jan 13

jayden says...

Steve. Brentford wrote:
DarrenSTFCRomain wrote:
jayden wrote:
DarrenSTFCRomain wrote: I no i was sat next to ya... Hope to see ya soon mate... I hopeing to get tickets for mkdons game will you be going ???
See a bucket at a game is always usefull .You going to tranmere? Any chance of a push or jump start with me van?
Me and Steve will push ya..
Afterall Steve could do with loseing a few pounds +stone
Yep,i suppose i will have to do your share due to your puny frame.
Ha Ha nice one see you all soon.
[quote][p][bold]Steve. Brentford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DarrenSTFCRomain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jayden[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DarrenSTFCRomain[/bold] wrote: I no i was sat next to ya... Hope to see ya soon mate... I hopeing to get tickets for mkdons game will you be going ???[/p][/quote]See a bucket at a game is always usefull .You going to tranmere? Any chance of a push or jump start with me van?[/p][/quote]Me and Steve will push ya.. Afterall Steve could do with loseing a few pounds +stone[/p][/quote]Yep,i suppose i will have to do your share due to your puny frame.[/p][/quote]Ha Ha nice one see you all soon. jayden
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9:30pm Sun 13 Jan 13

London Red says...

Wiz your donation must be in a different format to the RAF
.
The RAF which is being promoted is run by TrustSTFC not Swindon Town FC
.
However I can't see how people can donate straight to the wage pot - as there is a 65% wage cap in place
.
Otherwise why can't Andrew Black make an anonymous donation and see us go over the limit?
.
Surely a donation simply become other income and if acceptable by the FL 65% can be "released" to the budget
.
I agree with Den though not just via becoming a new ST holder but increase support in any form you can
.
For example if you are a concession and can afford a full adult price - buy it at full adult price to give more income
.
Surely that is better than throwing money in a bucket which may never be used?
.
Ie 2 concession tickets are £38 and a £10 donation is pretty much on par with 2 adult tickets - but the cash is with STFC
.
Please note the IF YOU CAN part before anyone jumps down my throat about being a student or OAP and unable to afford the full £25 etc
Wiz your donation must be in a different format to the RAF . The RAF which is being promoted is run by TrustSTFC not Swindon Town FC . However I can't see how people can donate straight to the wage pot - as there is a 65% wage cap in place . Otherwise why can't Andrew Black make an anonymous donation and see us go over the limit? . Surely a donation simply become other income and if acceptable by the FL 65% can be "released" to the budget . I agree with Den though not just via becoming a new ST holder but increase support in any form you can . For example if you are a concession and can afford a full adult price - buy it at full adult price to give more income . Surely that is better than throwing money in a bucket which may never be used? . Ie 2 concession tickets are £38 and a £10 donation is pretty much on par with 2 adult tickets - but the cash is with STFC . Please note the IF YOU CAN part before anyone jumps down my throat about being a student or OAP and unable to afford the full £25 etc London Red
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9:46pm Sun 13 Jan 13

Oi Den! says...

Yes LR. I think we are both talking about people who already intend to make a donation. Wiz said he bought tickets for mates. Great stuff - possible domino effect there. More money in the coffers now and more in future too if his mates get hooked. It's up to everyone to choose how they do it. But, as you say, boosting gate money helps the cause re the 65% limit.
Yes LR. I think we are both talking about people who already intend to make a donation. Wiz said he bought tickets for mates. Great stuff - possible domino effect there. More money in the coffers now and more in future too if his mates get hooked. It's up to everyone to choose how they do it. But, as you say, boosting gate money helps the cause re the 65% limit. Oi Den!
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10:49pm Sun 13 Jan 13

NORTH STAND says...

Oi Den! wrote:
NS, I have news for you. Football fans discuss team selection. Imagine what it would be like if we all just nodded sagely every time we saw the line-up. Imagine what it would be like if, over a post-match pint, nobody ever suggested that we might have done better if X had been brought on earlier in place Y, who was having a shocker.
.
You have actually made a good case on here today. Alas, you have undone that good work by showing your true colours. As Steve points out, the main purpose of your posts seems to be to belittle your fellow supporters. Most people might wonder what driving vans has got to do with being a football fan. Anyone who drives a van for a living would have every right to feel affronted by your arrogant snobbery.
.
If you find it so difficult to read other people's views without responding with pompous insults, why not just give this forum a wide berth and leave the way clear for others to have a lively and civilised discussion?
.
Ha ha - apologies are due to Steve of Brentford whose response to my post was only the second most predictable.... apologies firstly must go to Den for daring to offer an alternative opinion outside the comfort zone on his own personal forum... and even forgetting to start the ticking off with the traditional 'I'm a fan of PDC but...' - amazing what a few victories can do to the clever minded stirrers....

If anyone feels seriously belittled by driving a van for a living then can I suggest perhaps seeking a new role - I've driven plenty in my time and no chip on either shoulder....!

Great performance in terrible conditions yesterday... I believe some posters should try acknowledging that before launching into yet another 'x is shyte' routine from faraway places....
[quote][p][bold]Oi Den![/bold] wrote: NS, I have news for you. Football fans discuss team selection. Imagine what it would be like if we all just nodded sagely every time we saw the line-up. Imagine what it would be like if, over a post-match pint, nobody ever suggested that we might have done better if X had been brought on earlier in place Y, who was having a shocker. . You have actually made a good case on here today. Alas, you have undone that good work by showing your true colours. As Steve points out, the main purpose of your posts seems to be to belittle your fellow supporters. Most people might wonder what driving vans has got to do with being a football fan. Anyone who drives a van for a living would have every right to feel affronted by your arrogant snobbery. . If you find it so difficult to read other people's views without responding with pompous insults, why not just give this forum a wide berth and leave the way clear for others to have a lively and civilised discussion? .[/p][/quote]Ha ha - apologies are due to Steve of Brentford whose response to my post was only the second most predictable.... apologies firstly must go to Den for daring to offer an alternative opinion outside the comfort zone on his own personal forum... and even forgetting to start the ticking off with the traditional 'I'm a fan of PDC but...' - amazing what a few victories can do to the clever minded stirrers.... If anyone feels seriously belittled by driving a van for a living then can I suggest perhaps seeking a new role - I've driven plenty in my time and no chip on either shoulder....! Great performance in terrible conditions yesterday... I believe some posters should try acknowledging that before launching into yet another 'x is shyte' routine from faraway places.... NORTH STAND
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10:59pm Sun 13 Jan 13

DarrenSTFCRomain says...

jayden wrote:
Steve. Brentford wrote:
DarrenSTFCRomain wrote:
jayden wrote:
DarrenSTFCRomain wrote: I no i was sat next to ya... Hope to see ya soon mate... I hopeing to get tickets for mkdons game will you be going ???
See a bucket at a game is always usefull .You going to tranmere? Any chance of a push or jump start with me van?
Me and Steve will push ya.. Afterall Steve could do with loseing a few pounds +stone
Yep,i suppose i will have to do your share due to your puny frame.
Ha Ha nice one see you all soon.
Well thats not nice is it..

Me you and Jayden will have yo get 2gether 1day mate...
WERE HAVE A GREAT LAUGH..

NIGHT NIGHT
[quote][p][bold]jayden[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steve. Brentford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DarrenSTFCRomain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jayden[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DarrenSTFCRomain[/bold] wrote: I no i was sat next to ya... Hope to see ya soon mate... I hopeing to get tickets for mkdons game will you be going ???[/p][/quote]See a bucket at a game is always usefull .You going to tranmere? Any chance of a push or jump start with me van?[/p][/quote]Me and Steve will push ya.. Afterall Steve could do with loseing a few pounds +stone[/p][/quote]Yep,i suppose i will have to do your share due to your puny frame.[/p][/quote]Ha Ha nice one see you all soon.[/p][/quote]Well thats not nice is it.. Me you and Jayden will have yo get 2gether 1day mate... WERE HAVE A GREAT LAUGH.. NIGHT NIGHT DarrenSTFCRomain
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11:09pm Sun 13 Jan 13

the wizard says...

Oi Den! wrote:
Yes LR. I think we are both talking about people who already intend to make a donation. Wiz said he bought tickets for mates. Great stuff - possible domino effect there. More money in the coffers now and more in future too if his mates get hooked. It's up to everyone to choose how they do it. But, as you say, boosting gate money helps the cause re the 65% limit.
Den, The tickets were instead of the traditional, bottle of Scotch, or what ever. It was a great day out as we went up town, had a wander around, bought a few bits and pieces and then a meal. Its the way to go, two are at the Shrews game already, so a £50 knock on there and so it continues hopefully. The day was better because we won, but it was already a success, blokes out enjoying the day. It took a bit of persuasion but it was worth it. Once you get people into the habit hopefully it stays that way. Three on the day, another two coming and may bring mates plus my donation, its heading the right way.
[quote][p][bold]Oi Den![/bold] wrote: Yes LR. I think we are both talking about people who already intend to make a donation. Wiz said he bought tickets for mates. Great stuff - possible domino effect there. More money in the coffers now and more in future too if his mates get hooked. It's up to everyone to choose how they do it. But, as you say, boosting gate money helps the cause re the 65% limit.[/p][/quote]Den, The tickets were instead of the traditional, bottle of Scotch, or what ever. It was a great day out as we went up town, had a wander around, bought a few bits and pieces and then a meal. Its the way to go, two are at the Shrews game already, so a £50 knock on there and so it continues hopefully. The day was better because we won, but it was already a success, blokes out enjoying the day. It took a bit of persuasion but it was worth it. Once you get people into the habit hopefully it stays that way. Three on the day, another two coming and may bring mates plus my donation, its heading the right way. the wizard
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12:51am Mon 14 Jan 13

STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road says...

DarrenSTFCRomain wrote:
STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road wrote:
Chish and Fips wrote:
STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road wrote: Highworthred has embarrased himself and your club with his comment left on the echo site. Dont get me started highworthred.!!!!!!
Light hearted banter as you said Steady ...
The game is done & dusted now, there really is no need to continue with the insults is there.??????. Just an observation.!!!!
F^CKOFF YOU SEASIDE GAY TWATT.

Who statred all this...YOU YA TWATT..

THANKS FOR THE 4 POINTS
Big man eh.!!!!!! Go practice your spelling big mouth. Where were you yesterday you sh1t-out...
[quote][p][bold]DarrenSTFCRomain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chish and Fips[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road[/bold] wrote: Highworthred has embarrased himself and your club with his comment left on the echo site. Dont get me started highworthred.!!!!!![/p][/quote]Light hearted banter as you said Steady ...[/p][/quote]The game is done & dusted now, there really is no need to continue with the insults is there.??????. Just an observation.!!!![/p][/quote]F^CKOFF YOU SEASIDE GAY TWATT. Who statred all this...YOU YA TWATT.. THANKS FOR THE 4 POINTS[/p][/quote]Big man eh.!!!!!! Go practice your spelling big mouth. Where were you yesterday you sh1t-out... STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road
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1:08am Mon 14 Jan 13

STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road says...

DarrenSTFCRomain wrote:
STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road wrote:
Chish and Fips wrote:
STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road wrote: Highworthred has embarrased himself and your club with his comment left on the echo site. Dont get me started highworthred.!!!!!!
Light hearted banter as you said Steady ...
The game is done & dusted now, there really is no need to continue with the insults is there.??????. Just an observation.!!!!
F^CKOFF YOU SEASIDE GAY TWATT.

Who statred all this...YOU YA TWATT..

THANKS FOR THE 4 POINTS
Looked you up on facbook, what a khunt you look. Is that pig in the photo ur mrs or ur sisister you inbred t@sser. Respect to all decent Swindon fans and ur football club as posted earlier but you pal need to sort yourself out. Thought you had unfinished biz at Bournemouth & you didn't even show up. You really are a joke.!!!!
[quote][p][bold]DarrenSTFCRomain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chish and Fips[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road[/bold] wrote: Highworthred has embarrased himself and your club with his comment left on the echo site. Dont get me started highworthred.!!!!!![/p][/quote]Light hearted banter as you said Steady ...[/p][/quote]The game is done & dusted now, there really is no need to continue with the insults is there.??????. Just an observation.!!!![/p][/quote]F^CKOFF YOU SEASIDE GAY TWATT. Who statred all this...YOU YA TWATT.. THANKS FOR THE 4 POINTS[/p][/quote]Looked you up on facbook, what a khunt you look. Is that pig in the photo ur mrs or ur sisister you inbred t@sser. Respect to all decent Swindon fans and ur football club as posted earlier but you pal need to sort yourself out. Thought you had unfinished biz at Bournemouth & you didn't even show up. You really are a joke.!!!! STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road
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7:14am Mon 14 Jan 13

Chish and Fips says...

STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road wrote:
DarrenSTFCRomain wrote:
STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road wrote:
Chish and Fips wrote:
STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road wrote: Highworthred has embarrased himself and your club with his comment left on the echo site. Dont get me started highworthred.!!!!!!
Light hearted banter as you said Steady ...
The game is done & dusted now, there really is no need to continue with the insults is there.??????. Just an observation.!!!!
F^CKOFF YOU SEASIDE GAY TWATT.

Who statred all this...YOU YA TWATT..

THANKS FOR THE 4 POINTS
Looked you up on facbook, what a khunt you look. Is that pig in the photo ur mrs or ur sisister you inbred t@sser. Respect to all decent Swindon fans and ur football club as posted earlier but you pal need to sort yourself out. Thought you had unfinished biz at Bournemouth & you didn't even show up. You really are a joke.!!!!
Remember your own words Steady - 'its only a bit of banter ' hmmm right !! You seem to have got into a right old state here.
[quote][p][bold]STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DarrenSTFCRomain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chish and Fips[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road[/bold] wrote: Highworthred has embarrased himself and your club with his comment left on the echo site. Dont get me started highworthred.!!!!!![/p][/quote]Light hearted banter as you said Steady ...[/p][/quote]The game is done & dusted now, there really is no need to continue with the insults is there.??????. Just an observation.!!!![/p][/quote]F^CKOFF YOU SEASIDE GAY TWATT. Who statred all this...YOU YA TWATT.. THANKS FOR THE 4 POINTS[/p][/quote]Looked you up on facbook, what a khunt you look. Is that pig in the photo ur mrs or ur sisister you inbred t@sser. Respect to all decent Swindon fans and ur football club as posted earlier but you pal need to sort yourself out. Thought you had unfinished biz at Bournemouth & you didn't even show up. You really are a joke.!!!![/p][/quote]Remember your own words Steady - 'its only a bit of banter ' hmmm right !! You seem to have got into a right old state here. Chish and Fips
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9:07am Mon 14 Jan 13

Steve. Brentford says...

Chish and Fips wrote:
STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road wrote:
DarrenSTFCRomain wrote:
STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road wrote:
Chish and Fips wrote:
STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road wrote: Highworthred has embarrased himself and your club with his comment left on the echo site. Dont get me started highworthred.!!!!!!
Light hearted banter as you said Steady ...
The game is done & dusted now, there really is no need to continue with the insults is there.??????. Just an observation.!!!!
F^CKOFF YOU SEASIDE GAY TWATT.

Who statred all this...YOU YA TWATT..

THANKS FOR THE 4 POINTS
Looked you up on facbook, what a khunt you look. Is that pig in the photo ur mrs or ur sisister you inbred t@sser. Respect to all decent Swindon fans and ur football club as posted earlier but you pal need to sort yourself out. Thought you had unfinished biz at Bournemouth & you didn't even show up. You really are a joke.!!!!
Remember your own words Steady - 'its only a bit of banter ' hmmm right !! You seem to have got into a right old state here.
"i looked you up on facebook" that says a lot about you eh Eddie.
Haha good response chish,Eddie doesn't like it up him,does he.

And of course North Stand the great,who`s appreciation of his own whinging and whining is second to none.KEEP FROWNING NS.
[quote][p][bold]Chish and Fips[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DarrenSTFCRomain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chish and Fips[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road[/bold] wrote: Highworthred has embarrased himself and your club with his comment left on the echo site. Dont get me started highworthred.!!!!!![/p][/quote]Light hearted banter as you said Steady ...[/p][/quote]The game is done & dusted now, there really is no need to continue with the insults is there.??????. Just an observation.!!!![/p][/quote]F^CKOFF YOU SEASIDE GAY TWATT. Who statred all this...YOU YA TWATT.. THANKS FOR THE 4 POINTS[/p][/quote]Looked you up on facbook, what a khunt you look. Is that pig in the photo ur mrs or ur sisister you inbred t@sser. Respect to all decent Swindon fans and ur football club as posted earlier but you pal need to sort yourself out. Thought you had unfinished biz at Bournemouth & you didn't even show up. You really are a joke.!!!![/p][/quote]Remember your own words Steady - 'its only a bit of banter ' hmmm right !! You seem to have got into a right old state here.[/p][/quote]"i looked you up on facebook" that says a lot about you eh Eddie. Haha good response chish,Eddie doesn't like it up him,does he. And of course North Stand the great,who`s appreciation of his own whinging and whining is second to none.KEEP FROWNING NS. Steve. Brentford
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10:55am Mon 14 Jan 13

Oi Den! says...

NORTH STAND wrote:
Oi Den! wrote: NS, I have news for you. Football fans discuss team selection. Imagine what it would be like if we all just nodded sagely every time we saw the line-up. Imagine what it would be like if, over a post-match pint, nobody ever suggested that we might have done better if X had been brought on earlier in place Y, who was having a shocker. . You have actually made a good case on here today. Alas, you have undone that good work by showing your true colours. As Steve points out, the main purpose of your posts seems to be to belittle your fellow supporters. Most people might wonder what driving vans has got to do with being a football fan. Anyone who drives a van for a living would have every right to feel affronted by your arrogant snobbery. . If you find it so difficult to read other people's views without responding with pompous insults, why not just give this forum a wide berth and leave the way clear for others to have a lively and civilised discussion? .
Ha ha - apologies are due to Steve of Brentford whose response to my post was only the second most predictable.... apologies firstly must go to Den for daring to offer an alternative opinion outside the comfort zone on his own personal forum... and even forgetting to start the ticking off with the traditional 'I'm a fan of PDC but...' - amazing what a few victories can do to the clever minded stirrers.... If anyone feels seriously belittled by driving a van for a living then can I suggest perhaps seeking a new role - I've driven plenty in my time and no chip on either shoulder....! Great performance in terrible conditions yesterday... I believe some posters should try acknowledging that before launching into yet another 'x is shyte' routine from faraway places....
Oh dear NS. I think you can rest well assured that nobody will have felt belittled by your comments. This is nobody's personal forum. It's a facility for all Town fans. Why not just stick to the football, make your case and disagree with others if necessary, instead of trying to humiliate people who have a different view from yours and then making a poor attempt to justify it with irony? I have never suggested that anyone should not post an opinion on here. By the way, I think many people are fans of PDC but don't agree with everything he says and does. Could you explain what is so wrong with that?
[quote][p][bold]NORTH STAND[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Oi Den![/bold] wrote: NS, I have news for you. Football fans discuss team selection. Imagine what it would be like if we all just nodded sagely every time we saw the line-up. Imagine what it would be like if, over a post-match pint, nobody ever suggested that we might have done better if X had been brought on earlier in place Y, who was having a shocker. . You have actually made a good case on here today. Alas, you have undone that good work by showing your true colours. As Steve points out, the main purpose of your posts seems to be to belittle your fellow supporters. Most people might wonder what driving vans has got to do with being a football fan. Anyone who drives a van for a living would have every right to feel affronted by your arrogant snobbery. . If you find it so difficult to read other people's views without responding with pompous insults, why not just give this forum a wide berth and leave the way clear for others to have a lively and civilised discussion? .[/p][/quote]Ha ha - apologies are due to Steve of Brentford whose response to my post was only the second most predictable.... apologies firstly must go to Den for daring to offer an alternative opinion outside the comfort zone on his own personal forum... and even forgetting to start the ticking off with the traditional 'I'm a fan of PDC but...' - amazing what a few victories can do to the clever minded stirrers.... If anyone feels seriously belittled by driving a van for a living then can I suggest perhaps seeking a new role - I've driven plenty in my time and no chip on either shoulder....! Great performance in terrible conditions yesterday... I believe some posters should try acknowledging that before launching into yet another 'x is shyte' routine from faraway places....[/p][/quote]Oh dear NS. I think you can rest well assured that nobody will have felt belittled by your comments. This is nobody's personal forum. It's a facility for all Town fans. Why not just stick to the football, make your case and disagree with others if necessary, instead of trying to humiliate people who have a different view from yours and then making a poor attempt to justify it with irony? I have never suggested that anyone should not post an opinion on here. By the way, I think many people are fans of PDC but don't agree with everything he says and does. Could you explain what is so wrong with that? Oi Den!
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1:01pm Mon 14 Jan 13

STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road says...

Chish and Fips wrote:
STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road wrote:
DarrenSTFCRomain wrote:
STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road wrote:
Chish and Fips wrote:
STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road wrote: Highworthred has embarrased himself and your club with his comment left on the echo site. Dont get me started highworthred.!!!!!!
Light hearted banter as you said Steady ...
The game is done & dusted now, there really is no need to continue with the insults is there.??????. Just an observation.!!!!
F^CKOFF YOU SEASIDE GAY TWATT.

Who statred all this...YOU YA TWATT..

THANKS FOR THE 4 POINTS
Looked you up on facbook, what a khunt you look. Is that pig in the photo ur mrs or ur sisister you inbred t@sser. Respect to all decent Swindon fans and ur football club as posted earlier but you pal need to sort yourself out. Thought you had unfinished biz at Bournemouth & you didn't even show up. You really are a joke.!!!!
Remember your own words Steady - 'its only a bit of banter ' hmmm right !! You seem to have got into a right old state here.
Banter is fine c&f but when it starts to go over the top, well you get what you deserve really dont you. I came on to make the peace yesterday and all you get is moronic posts like that from a complete nonse.!!!!!!. Dont get me wrong, i can take it as well as dish it out but you have to draw a line somewhere.
[quote][p][bold]Chish and Fips[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DarrenSTFCRomain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chish and Fips[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road[/bold] wrote: Highworthred has embarrased himself and your club with his comment left on the echo site. Dont get me started highworthred.!!!!!![/p][/quote]Light hearted banter as you said Steady ...[/p][/quote]The game is done & dusted now, there really is no need to continue with the insults is there.??????. Just an observation.!!!![/p][/quote]F^CKOFF YOU SEASIDE GAY TWATT. Who statred all this...YOU YA TWATT.. THANKS FOR THE 4 POINTS[/p][/quote]Looked you up on facbook, what a khunt you look. Is that pig in the photo ur mrs or ur sisister you inbred t@sser. Respect to all decent Swindon fans and ur football club as posted earlier but you pal need to sort yourself out. Thought you had unfinished biz at Bournemouth & you didn't even show up. You really are a joke.!!!![/p][/quote]Remember your own words Steady - 'its only a bit of banter ' hmmm right !! You seem to have got into a right old state here.[/p][/quote]Banter is fine c&f but when it starts to go over the top, well you get what you deserve really dont you. I came on to make the peace yesterday and all you get is moronic posts like that from a complete nonse.!!!!!!. Dont get me wrong, i can take it as well as dish it out but you have to draw a line somewhere. STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road
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2:37pm Mon 14 Jan 13

The Jockster says...

Oi Den! wrote:
NORTH STAND wrote:
Oi Den! wrote: NS, I have news for you. Football fans discuss team selection. Imagine what it would be like if we all just nodded sagely every time we saw the line-up. Imagine what it would be like if, over a post-match pint, nobody ever suggested that we might have done better if X had been brought on earlier in place Y, who was having a shocker. . You have actually made a good case on here today. Alas, you have undone that good work by showing your true colours. As Steve points out, the main purpose of your posts seems to be to belittle your fellow supporters. Most people might wonder what driving vans has got to do with being a football fan. Anyone who drives a van for a living would have every right to feel affronted by your arrogant snobbery. . If you find it so difficult to read other people's views without responding with pompous insults, why not just give this forum a wide berth and leave the way clear for others to have a lively and civilised discussion? .
Ha ha - apologies are due to Steve of Brentford whose response to my post was only the second most predictable.... apologies firstly must go to Den for daring to offer an alternative opinion outside the comfort zone on his own personal forum... and even forgetting to start the ticking off with the traditional 'I'm a fan of PDC but...' - amazing what a few victories can do to the clever minded stirrers.... If anyone feels seriously belittled by driving a van for a living then can I suggest perhaps seeking a new role - I've driven plenty in my time and no chip on either shoulder....! Great performance in terrible conditions yesterday... I believe some posters should try acknowledging that before launching into yet another 'x is shyte' routine from faraway places....
Oh dear NS. I think you can rest well assured that nobody will have felt belittled by your comments. This is nobody's personal forum. It's a facility for all Town fans. Why not just stick to the football, make your case and disagree with others if necessary, instead of trying to humiliate people who have a different view from yours and then making a poor attempt to justify it with irony? I have never suggested that anyone should not post an opinion on here. By the way, I think many people are fans of PDC but don't agree with everything he says and does. Could you explain what is so wrong with that?
Den you've got no chance of a response from NS - he won't have a debate about a football topic especially if that debate involves a differing view with Pdc on some occasions because NS's maxim is "thou shalt not criticise Pdc ever for any reason. Myopic I know but let's see if you do geraniums answer to the question you asked.
[quote][p][bold]Oi Den![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]NORTH STAND[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Oi Den![/bold] wrote: NS, I have news for you. Football fans discuss team selection. Imagine what it would be like if we all just nodded sagely every time we saw the line-up. Imagine what it would be like if, over a post-match pint, nobody ever suggested that we might have done better if X had been brought on earlier in place Y, who was having a shocker. . You have actually made a good case on here today. Alas, you have undone that good work by showing your true colours. As Steve points out, the main purpose of your posts seems to be to belittle your fellow supporters. Most people might wonder what driving vans has got to do with being a football fan. Anyone who drives a van for a living would have every right to feel affronted by your arrogant snobbery. . If you find it so difficult to read other people's views without responding with pompous insults, why not just give this forum a wide berth and leave the way clear for others to have a lively and civilised discussion? .[/p][/quote]Ha ha - apologies are due to Steve of Brentford whose response to my post was only the second most predictable.... apologies firstly must go to Den for daring to offer an alternative opinion outside the comfort zone on his own personal forum... and even forgetting to start the ticking off with the traditional 'I'm a fan of PDC but...' - amazing what a few victories can do to the clever minded stirrers.... If anyone feels seriously belittled by driving a van for a living then can I suggest perhaps seeking a new role - I've driven plenty in my time and no chip on either shoulder....! Great performance in terrible conditions yesterday... I believe some posters should try acknowledging that before launching into yet another 'x is shyte' routine from faraway places....[/p][/quote]Oh dear NS. I think you can rest well assured that nobody will have felt belittled by your comments. This is nobody's personal forum. It's a facility for all Town fans. Why not just stick to the football, make your case and disagree with others if necessary, instead of trying to humiliate people who have a different view from yours and then making a poor attempt to justify it with irony? I have never suggested that anyone should not post an opinion on here. By the way, I think many people are fans of PDC but don't agree with everything he says and does. Could you explain what is so wrong with that?[/p][/quote]Den you've got no chance of a response from NS - he won't have a debate about a football topic especially if that debate involves a differing view with Pdc on some occasions because NS's maxim is "thou shalt not criticise Pdc ever for any reason. Myopic I know but let's see if you do geraniums answer to the question you asked. The Jockster
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5:27pm Mon 14 Jan 13

DarrenSTFCRomain says...

STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road wrote:
DarrenSTFCRomain wrote:
STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road wrote:
Chish and Fips wrote:
STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road wrote: Highworthred has embarrased himself and your club with his comment left on the echo site. Dont get me started highworthred.!!!!!!
Light hearted banter as you said Steady ...
The game is done & dusted now, there really is no need to continue with the insults is there.??????. Just an observation.!!!!
F^CKOFF YOU SEASIDE GAY TWATT. Who statred all this...YOU YA TWATT.. THANKS FOR THE 4 POINTS
Looked you up on facbook, what a khunt you look. Is that pig in the photo ur mrs or ur sisister you inbred t@sser. Respect to all decent Swindon fans and ur football club as posted earlier but you pal need to sort yourself out. Thought you had unfinished biz at Bournemouth & you didn't even show up. You really are a joke.!!!!
ha ha ha what a sad little man
I LOOKED YOU UP ON FACEBOOK
Well if you did then you no were i live so pop round any time ya GAY TWATT..

I THINK I MIGHT HAVE HIT A NERV WITH THE GAY THING....

SHUT THAT DOOR
[quote][p][bold]STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DarrenSTFCRomain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chish and Fips[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road[/bold] wrote: Highworthred has embarrased himself and your club with his comment left on the echo site. Dont get me started highworthred.!!!!!![/p][/quote]Light hearted banter as you said Steady ...[/p][/quote]The game is done & dusted now, there really is no need to continue with the insults is there.??????. Just an observation.!!!![/p][/quote]F^CKOFF YOU SEASIDE GAY TWATT. Who statred all this...YOU YA TWATT.. THANKS FOR THE 4 POINTS[/p][/quote]Looked you up on facbook, what a khunt you look. Is that pig in the photo ur mrs or ur sisister you inbred t@sser. Respect to all decent Swindon fans and ur football club as posted earlier but you pal need to sort yourself out. Thought you had unfinished biz at Bournemouth & you didn't even show up. You really are a joke.!!!![/p][/quote]ha ha ha what a sad little man I LOOKED YOU UP ON FACEBOOK Well if you did then you no were i live so pop round any time ya GAY TWATT.. I THINK I MIGHT HAVE HIT A NERV WITH THE GAY THING.... SHUT THAT DOOR DarrenSTFCRomain
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11:29pm Mon 14 Jan 13

Steve. Brentford says...

DarrenSTFCRomain wrote:
STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road wrote:
DarrenSTFCRomain wrote:
STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road wrote:
Chish and Fips wrote:
STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road wrote: Highworthred has embarrased himself and your club with his comment left on the echo site. Dont get me started highworthred.!!!!!!
Light hearted banter as you said Steady ...
The game is done & dusted now, there really is no need to continue with the insults is there.??????. Just an observation.!!!!
F^CKOFF YOU SEASIDE GAY TWATT. Who statred all this...YOU YA TWATT.. THANKS FOR THE 4 POINTS
Looked you up on facbook, what a khunt you look. Is that pig in the photo ur mrs or ur sisister you inbred t@sser. Respect to all decent Swindon fans and ur football club as posted earlier but you pal need to sort yourself out. Thought you had unfinished biz at Bournemouth & you didn't even show up. You really are a joke.!!!!
ha ha ha what a sad little man
I LOOKED YOU UP ON FACEBOOK
Well if you did then you no were i live so pop round any time ya GAY TWATT..

I THINK I MIGHT HAVE HIT A NERV WITH THE GAY THING....

SHUT THAT DOOR
Gis a kiss and i`ll tell you.....
[quote][p][bold]DarrenSTFCRomain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DarrenSTFCRomain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chish and Fips[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road[/bold] wrote: Highworthred has embarrased himself and your club with his comment left on the echo site. Dont get me started highworthred.!!!!!![/p][/quote]Light hearted banter as you said Steady ...[/p][/quote]The game is done & dusted now, there really is no need to continue with the insults is there.??????. Just an observation.!!!![/p][/quote]F^CKOFF YOU SEASIDE GAY TWATT. Who statred all this...YOU YA TWATT.. THANKS FOR THE 4 POINTS[/p][/quote]Looked you up on facbook, what a khunt you look. Is that pig in the photo ur mrs or ur sisister you inbred t@sser. Respect to all decent Swindon fans and ur football club as posted earlier but you pal need to sort yourself out. Thought you had unfinished biz at Bournemouth & you didn't even show up. You really are a joke.!!!![/p][/quote]ha ha ha what a sad little man I LOOKED YOU UP ON FACEBOOK Well if you did then you no were i live so pop round any time ya GAY TWATT.. I THINK I MIGHT HAVE HIT A NERV WITH THE GAY THING.... SHUT THAT DOOR[/p][/quote]Gis a kiss and i`ll tell you..... Steve. Brentford
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6:49am Tue 15 Jan 13

DarrenSTFCRomain says...

Steve. Brentford wrote:
DarrenSTFCRomain wrote:
STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road wrote:
DarrenSTFCRomain wrote:
STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road wrote:
Chish and Fips wrote:
STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road wrote: Highworthred has embarrased himself and your club with his comment left on the echo site. Dont get me started highworthred.!!!!!!
Light hearted banter as you said Steady ...
The game is done & dusted now, there really is no need to continue with the insults is there.??????. Just an observation.!!!!
F^CKOFF YOU SEASIDE GAY TWATT. Who statred all this...YOU YA TWATT.. THANKS FOR THE 4 POINTS
Looked you up on facbook, what a khunt you look. Is that pig in the photo ur mrs or ur sisister you inbred t@sser. Respect to all decent Swindon fans and ur football club as posted earlier but you pal need to sort yourself out. Thought you had unfinished biz at Bournemouth & you didn't even show up. You really are a joke.!!!!
ha ha ha what a sad little man I LOOKED YOU UP ON FACEBOOK Well if you did then you no were i live so pop round any time ya GAY TWATT.. I THINK I MIGHT HAVE HIT A NERV WITH THE GAY THING.... SHUT THAT DOOR
Gis a kiss and i`ll tell you.....
WHAT AGAIN...
[quote][p][bold]Steve. Brentford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DarrenSTFCRomain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DarrenSTFCRomain[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chish and Fips[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road[/bold] wrote: Highworthred has embarrased himself and your club with his comment left on the echo site. Dont get me started highworthred.!!!!!![/p][/quote]Light hearted banter as you said Steady ...[/p][/quote]The game is done & dusted now, there really is no need to continue with the insults is there.??????. Just an observation.!!!![/p][/quote]F^CKOFF YOU SEASIDE GAY TWATT. Who statred all this...YOU YA TWATT.. THANKS FOR THE 4 POINTS[/p][/quote]Looked you up on facbook, what a khunt you look. Is that pig in the photo ur mrs or ur sisister you inbred t@sser. Respect to all decent Swindon fans and ur football club as posted earlier but you pal need to sort yourself out. Thought you had unfinished biz at Bournemouth & you didn't even show up. You really are a joke.!!!![/p][/quote]ha ha ha what a sad little man I LOOKED YOU UP ON FACEBOOK Well if you did then you no were i live so pop round any time ya GAY TWATT.. I THINK I MIGHT HAVE HIT A NERV WITH THE GAY THING.... SHUT THAT DOOR[/p][/quote]Gis a kiss and i`ll tell you.....[/p][/quote]WHAT AGAIN... DarrenSTFCRomain
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