My guess is a League 1 ground guide, but if it is paper leaflets of any kind then fans should keep hold of them and throw them on to the pitch on mass when nodge take a throw in in front of us, hold up the game and then everyone on TV will see what a tinpot club they really are. Of course it could be a "post it" note with the list tournaments they have participated in.
We won! 3 points and it was bloody cold, great performance from the back four today, Nolan was very good as well, lets take that forward and show Sheffield Utd we are still a decent team despite being bottom. COYB's. And come on Stacy.
We need to replace the spine of the side, left CB to replace Pennington, a centre midfielder to replace Chalobah and a centre forward to replace Roberts, Pennington and Chalobah are far too inconsistent, when they are good they are very good but neither are consistent enough. It is harsh on Jordan Roberts as he has done a good job but for me he shows what the team are missing as the shape went completely after he was subbed. Oh and get Gerken back in goal as well.
I have just had a call from a young lady telling me my protection insurance needed to be renewed on my washing machine, I told her I had a twin tub, she seemed very confused, I don't think that answer was on her script. This is the latest telephone scam so be warned fellow TWTDer's.
From the David Beckham speeding trial his lawyer Nick Freeman, Mr. Loophole, stated the notice of intended prosecution arrived 1 day after the statutory 14 day notice period. I thought it was 28 days notice, good to know what it actually is.
If Town can get either or both of these players back to full fitness the team will be much stronger, this is the position we are lacking badly, someone who can play a defence splitting forward pass for either Kayden Jackson or Ellis Harrison to get on to. Both look good when running on to a pass to feet.
From a post below, it was pointed out that Bannan only got a yellow because Gwion Edwards got up quickly, if he had "done a Forestieri" and rolled around "in pain" then it would have been a red card. Town must get more savi with the rolling around over playing an injury and get opposition players booked and sent off. It is something everyone else seems to do but not us and we have to get real as it is very much part an accepted part of the game now.
My Mother is in a care home and suffers with dementia, there are far more women in the dementia unit than men, I know Mum was not a footballer but I am not sure if any others were. How can the link be made from heading a football to cause dementia? How do they know if the footballer had failed to make the grade and had a normal job would not have got dementia? Serious question.
Edit, didn't see Homer's thread on this below, sorry.
Team Sky have released data on Chris Froome from The Giro and specificly stage 19, it is amazing the level of detail that went into "fueling" Froome during that race and that they actually ran a calorie deficit during the early stages of the race to get him to lose weight for the key mountain stages. Then went on to up his carb intake to match expenditure, one word amazing and well worth a red. https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/cycling/44694122
Mrs B could not watch the penalty shoot out last night so went upstairs and saw a lot of wasps going in and out from under the eaves of the house, looked in the loft this morning and there was a wasp nest the size of a football, quick puff of Doff wasp nest killer powder and an hour later and there are a lot of dead or dying wasps up there. It is great stuff.
Great day all round yesterday, warm sunshine, memories of the FA Cup win on the big screen in the fan zone, great game of football to watch, the beat was on good form in the lifes a pitch tent, Phil looking cool in his cricket hat and David Sheepshanks walked up to our group and had a chat as well. Yes, we really do have our Ipswich back. Sheepy chatted about his first game as a fan 61/62 season against Rochdale, what a great bloke he is and he continued walking round the fan zone chatting to as many as he could, just like the good old days of 2000 era. Boro fans were great as well with several enjoying a long weekend in Ipswich and chatted in the pub after the game. Roll on next season and win, lose or draw may we have many more good days out, home and away like yesterday. I am not at all bothered about promotion, I just want to enjoy watching many more good games of football again. COYB'S!!!
Showed what a huge and difficult job ME and the board have in finding our next manager, a young manager with new idea's may be beaten by an old experienced head, likewise he may set up the team to counter what another manager has changed. Get it right and ME and new manager are hero's, get it wrong and we will have another huge meltdown, on here and at the ground. The good news is that it appears that ME is going to stick with a "manager" in the traditional sense and let him succeed or fail by his own tactics and signings.