Thanks to my dad and from reading various reports and books I thought that I’ve heard of the vast majority of Town players from the days of SBR who played fairly often for the club. But I have to admit that I have never heard of Ian Collard.
Anyway, went on Wikipedia and was sort of amazed that he played 92 times for the club but gave up on professional football when only 29. Does anyone know why this was the case?
If a player is yellow carded for dissent (protesting against a goal for example) but then VAR disallows the goal does the yellow card for dissent still stand? Also if a player scores, takes his shirt off and is booked - but then the goal is disallowed does the yellow card still also stands?
Considering the number of gambling adverts that are on telly - which I assume are allowed under current legislation- it seems a bit hypercritical to attack the FA when the government allows gambling to be so assessable.
Not an anti-Tory post just think government should take the lead rather than football.
There were rumours that a fair few big clubs were interested in him and he finally signed his contract after what seemed an age. Does anyone know if he is close to the first team? If he’s that highly rated by other clubs I’m a tad surprised that he hasn’t been given a game in the Trophy.
Is it just a case of him being overhyped or is he just not at all ready for senior football?
Finally managed to get a 12 month old and a three year old (after an epic meltdown over the GoJetters) into bed and sleeping and then the door bell rings a couple of times - it’s a Tory canvassing for the area. 12 month old wakes up and it’s took a further 40 minutes for him to go down again. Tory scum.