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|DAY 3 AT THE CLUB...|
at 07:38 16 Jan 2017
And we still don't know for sure if Moore is cuptied, and is he available tomorrow night?
|In case we haven't had enough Chambers threads...|
at 20:15 13 Jan 2017
I thought I'd start another... one thing that he can't be criticised for is top quality from our club captain. Despite the moaning and booing from the stands he doesn't distance himself from the fans. When I met up with Oliver's Dad the other day, he told me that Luke has personally called him a few times now, to have a chat and see how Oliver is doing and to speak to Oliver himself too. I'm sure he didn't have to do that, but the fact that he has, I think is class, and you wouldn't always get that kind of thing from a lot of the footballers of today...
|So what time will the first question be...|
at 10:26 13 Jan 2017
About whether tomorrow's game is likely to be off?
If it carries on with this snow (that has started again in IP4), I'm guessing around 3 pm this afternoon people may start getting twitchy...
|A big thank you from Oliver's dad...|
at 11:23 12 Jan 2017
I had the pleasure of meeting up with Oliver's dad yesterday evening for a couple of beers, and it was really good to be able to have a chat with him.
Oliver has been having daily chemo this week, through til tomorrow, but he's coping alright with it. After this, he has one more week of chemo in a few weeks time, and then as I think Lucan mentioned the other day, hopefully, he'll be able to lead the team out against Newcastle and have his day out at Portman Road then, on Easter Monday.
He said he has been completely blown away by the kindness and interest there has been from all on TWTD, and asked me to say a big thank you to everyone, as it can be a bit overwhelming with everything going on with Oliver's treatment and the constant worry of how it will work out and the support he has felt has been fantastic.
|We're on our way to Wembley...|
at 13:41 3 Jan 2017
Ok, it might not be to see Town playing there just yet, but I've brought the boys down to do the stadium tour this afternoon. Anyone done it, and is it any good?
|Open note to self...|
at 11:21 3 Jan 2017
If deciding in a quick moment of spontaneity to attend an away match on the other side of London, it might be best to do so with a little more than just under 2 hrs before kick off so that you don't arrive at half time, join a queue to get something to eat for your daughter who's saying she's hungry, thus also missing seeing your team's only goal being scored as you're not in sight of the pitch when it goes in, due to the slow serving staff on the concourse.
Having got there eventually, enjoyed the second half, there was some good football, the atmosphere was a lot better following Friday's win, and on what we saw, deserved something from the game. Didn't agree with the second substitution, but agreed less with the booing of it - there's no place for that when you're supposed to be there supporting your team, and the muppets that did ought to have a think about why they think that might be beneficial in any way to give a lift to the team, as I can't see it myself.
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