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|New song idea|
at 10:43 21 Oct 2018
We’re gonna have a party
We’re gonna have a party
We’re gonna have a party
When Marcus Evans dies
at 13:18 16 Oct 2018
Whereabouts online/in store is best to buy a new set of clubs from?
|Just got back from a tour around the Caribbean |
at 19:58 10 Oct 2018
In Jamaica you can get a steak and kidney pie for £1.75, a chicken and mushroom pie for £1.60 and an apple pie for £2.15.
In St Kitts and Nevis a steak and kidney pie will cost you £2, a chicken pie (without mushrooms) is £1.70 and a cherry pie can be yours for £1.95.
In Trinidad and Tobago, that steak and kidney pie comes in at £2.50, but you can GET two for £3.50, while the chicken and mushroom pie is £2.25, or two for £3.25.
They also offer meat and potato pie for £2, or two for £3.
Their apple pies and cherry pies are often sold for £2.75, or two (any combination) for £4.75.
These are the Pie Rates of the Caribbean.
|Knudsen in Danish Squad|
at 15:37 3 Oct 2018
Ladies & gentleman I hope you realise how privileged you were last night to be watching an international footballer grace the PR turf in the blue of Ipswich Town.
I thought Jonas was poor before last night, my opinion of him dropped even further after he spent all evening showing Stewart Downing on his left foot & bottling 50/50 challenges.
It’s alright though, he gives the fans a thumbs up after games.
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|We're down aren't we?|
at 10:03 3 Oct 2018
The team that Mick inherited from Jewell at least had a bit about them, it was the fact that Jewell couldn't organise them that was the issue.
The nucleus of:
Was there for Mick to turn it round with.
A new man coming in now would be absolutely fcuked.
We are sh1t.
|Positives from today then?|
at 19:10 29 Sep 2018
I’ve only seen the goals so can’t really comment on the overall performance but clearly from 2-0 at HT we should’ve won.
But that’s 3 unbeaten & Hurst seems to have found his formation. We’ve become difficult to beat ever since Chambers mentioned it but we’ve got to build on it now over the next 2 going into the international break. I know they’re very difficult games but we’ve got to come away with 4 points.
|If Evans does sack Hurst soon|
at 16:06 24 Sep 2018
Does he lose one of his only plus points as an owner?
That plus point being that he gives time to managers.
|I think Tuesday night has set a benchmark for the rest of our season|
at 09:44 20 Sep 2018
The side/set up we saw in the first half would get relegated with a record low points total.
The one we saw in the second would finish a fairly comfortable mid table.
The team selection on Saturday could prove absolute pivotal in how our season will pan out. If Hurst doesn’t go with what we saw in the second half on Tuesday against Bolton some serious question need to be asked of his credentials. I trust him to do the right thing though, it’s not like he’s a rookie manager who would make that sort of mistake twice in a week - he’s got enough experience to realise that he needs to stick with what we saw after half time against Brentford.
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|Lots of doom & gloom after last night.|
at 06:57 19 Sep 2018
Clearly the first half was an absolute shambles but the second was one that we can use as our blueprint & build the rest of our season on.
Stop moaning you bunch of pansies.
|Waited to throw bottles at McCarthy?|
at 09:28 6 Sep 2018
Abuse certainly but bottles? Give it a rest Mick we ain’t Millwall & you know it.
Shocking that the police made that up really. Was probably just a few lads singing anti McCarthy songs outside the Griffin & they sh1t themselves.
|My thoughts on yesterday....|
at 08:12 3 Sep 2018
The team selection was bit of a shock however I feel Hurst deserves some credit as those that came in with question marks about them (Gerken & Spence) performed well. Bart has made mistakes so I guess his dropping should come as no real surprise but Donaciean can feel hard done by as he's got better with each game he's played. Perhaps Spence has been awesome in training & that combined with the 5 loanee rule is why Hurst made that call.
Pennington was superb, so assured on the ball & didn't put a foot wrong all game. I was sceptical after seeing him a few times for Leeds last year but he'll be absolutely fine if he plays like that.
Chambers & Knudsen were their usual selves.
Skuse was excellent before his injury, let's hope it's not anything serious & he's back in a fortnight. Chalobah also done well when he came on, showed good character after last weeks disappointment. Nolan was poor, as was Graham although he did take some half decent corners.
Gwion is a proper winger isn't he? Doesn't always come off but when it does it's brilliant. Our biggest threat by some distance right now.
Walters showed exactly why we signed him, think he'll prove to be a very astute acquisition by Hurst. I thought Jackson done okay in terms of occupying their centre halves & keeping them honest. Let's hope he get's a goal soon & he can grow in confidence I feel.
In truth it wasn't a great game; we were average & Norwich a tad below that with the draw probably the correct result but that doesn't escape that fact it was a massive missed opportunity for us to end both the hoodoos currently hanging over us.
Hull & Chris Martin in a fortnight followed by 2 home games in 4 days against 2 sides that have started well but are beatable; I'll go for 6 points from those 3 games.
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