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|Why can these teams now use 5 subs? |
at 19:28 17 Jun 2020
Surely they have to play these games as they would have had if it had all been played at the correct time?
[Post edited 17 Jun 19:29]
|I am in a quandary...|
at 10:53 1 Mar 2020
Do we take half a day off work on Tuesday to travel 150 miles to Ipswich to watch what is likely to be an awful 90 minutes of football? Then drive the 150 miles home getting in at about 1am (trying to avoid road works and closures) and having to go to work the next day.
Or do we stay at home and watch the results on Sky?
Hmmmm difficult one!
|Bl**dy trains |
at 12:43 18 Jan 2020
Dropped off at Crewe as there is an emergency on the line to Liverpool.
Trying to catch a train to Chester but that is 11 minutes late already. Will we ever get to the game?
|Coventry on Saturday|
at 11:59 5 Dec 2019
Anyone know the best way from Moor Street to St Andrews?
We normally travel to Solihull by car and get a train to Bordesley. With trains not going there on Saturday, how did people get to the ground last weekend?
|Just about to leave to catch the train.....|
at 10:43 3 Aug 2019
Can’t believe how excited I am!
I love Burton’s ground and I am confident we will give them a good game.
Score 1.2 to us.
Come on you Bluesssssssssss.
|Just had a ST pack....|
at 13:35 26 Apr 2019
I thought we weren’t receiving them!
It is addressed to ‘The Bluebell* Family’, enclosing the brochure we were handed at the turnstiles on Saturday. Also a leaflet about Rod Stewart in concert and a letter.
It thanks us for our backing throughout the 2018/2019 season and asks for our continued support by renewing our season tickets for the 2019/2020 season.
We have already renewed and paid.
* Our name isn’t really Bluebell.
|From today's Daily Mail.....|
at 08:11 16 Apr 2019
I won't put up the link but this is taken from an article by Martin Samuel about Paul Pogba, Joey Barton and Mick McCarthy.....
"Meanwhile, at Ipswich, fans are jubilant having been relegated to League One less than halfway through April. They have to be.
Otherwise they must admit that, in the circumstances and given the budgetary restrictions, Mick McCarthy was doing a superb job keeping the club free of relegation trouble, and if the football was less than expansive, it was necessary to survive.
Instead, they made his life a misery and he quit. The managers that have succeeded him, Paul Hurst and Paul Lambert, have won a grand total of four games in all competitions this season.
McCarthy won more than that between August 5 and August 19, in his final campaign. He won 17 games in total before walking out, prematurely, with a 1-0 win over Barnsley. Yet to display unhappiness at an upcoming fixture list that may include trips to Scunthorpe and Rochdale next season would, in many cases, involve admitting being misguidedly harsh on McCarthy."
Makes you think, doesn't it?
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