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We appear to be the main sport story in tomorrow's Telegraph....
at 23:10 22 Dec 2020

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Footage emerges from COBRA meeting
at 07:48 21 Dec 2020

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There goes Debenhams then....
at 10:58 1 Dec 2020

That's going to leave some very large empty buildings. That one on the Cornhill for a start off is going to be like an open sore.
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Something to cheer us up
at 16:13 1 Nov 2020

In these dark and depressing times, the nation could do with something to lift our spirits.

So here's the Metropolitan Police doing some sterling work in the community and hauling the scrote Yaxley-Lennon off to the clink today.






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"Dear Boris...."
at 12:23 30 Oct 2020

https://www.theguardian.com/football/2020/oct/29/delia-smith-writes-to-prime-min
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Hold up, no Life's a Pitch?
at 12:05 19 Sep 2020

Did I miss a meeting?
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A rather telling photograph from within Downing Street....
at 23:03 18 Sep 2020

Whitty looks absolutely LIVID.

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Matt le Tissier compares wearing a mask to....
at 12:24 4 Sep 2020

... Well, see for yourself.

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Smart move by BBC Suffolk then...
at 14:49 29 Aug 2020

.... By not covering that.

Yikes.
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Nostalgia time!
at 14:04 28 Aug 2020

Robinson! Knights! Ferguson! A Town win! A piece of music I haven't heard for thirty years!

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Tommy Carroll
at 21:25 16 Aug 2020

Defender during the Bill McGarry era, unfortunately departed today.

Noted of course with joining Bill Baxter in a punch up with Sir Bob when he left them both out of the squad early in his tenure.
[Post edited 16 Aug 2020 21:26]
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Oh crikey
at 10:59 1 Jul 2020

List of places that could be days away from following Leicester.

Includes Suffolk.

http://news.sky.com/story/coronavirus-bradford-and-london-boroughs-among-36-at-r
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Well, now I feel positively ancient
at 19:17 18 Jun 2020

During the Colchester/Exeter game, the camera cuts to a middle aged gent, silvery in mane, talking into a mobile.

This, the caption advised us, was David Gregory.

As someone who was there when he got a hat trick against Watford in the ZDS when he was a mere slip of a lad, I now feel about 843 years old.
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Now that was a classy move
at 18:12 17 Jun 2020

In case you haven't seen it.

Ref blows whistle to start match at Villa Park.

All players and officials take a knee for ten seconds, and then start the game.

Absolutely brilliant.
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Covid Briefing: "Can I turn to Paul Geater at the East Anglian Daily Times"
at 18:18 4 Jun 2020

Wait, what?

So if local journos are getting the chance at the Covid briefings, then surely it's only a matter of time before Phil pops up asking about biscuits and cheese..
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*SOUNDS PETE BARRACLOUGH KLAXON*
at 17:54 9 May 2020

Spot of classic Radio Orwell coverage this. 30.04.77, Town in third, at Liverpool who are top.

Contains a battle to play Kentucky Woman by Neil Diamond all the way through.

Listen to Saturday Sports Special - 30 April 77 by User 794063351 on #SoundCloud
https://soundcloud.com/user-794063351-664260985/saturday-sports-special-30-april
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Season suspended indefinitely
at 16:13 3 Apr 2020

Announcement from EFL. No surprise.
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ITFC History DVD
at 19:01 1 Apr 2020

Seem to remember watching a DVD history of the Town which I think went up to the start of Jim's first season in 2006.

And then I wondered. If they did a new one now, what the hell are they going to do for new games to show in the time since then?

Possibly Jim's last game against Nodge, the Arsenal semi final home leg, one from 14/15 (Brentford away?) and er, that's it?!
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Ooof
at 07:36 1 Apr 2020

Poor old Robert Jenrick. He drew the short straw to do the interviews this morning, and Kay Burley has just eviscerated him on Sky News. If you can find the interview, watch it.

And then there's the front page which demands answers from Ministers about the testing "shambles" and is very critical indeed of the Government. And the front page isn't that of the Mirror or the Guardian, but the Mail?!

The mood is turning. Assuming Starmer wins the Labour contest, I foresee a National Government if only to share the blame...
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Well, at least it was realistic.
at 09:49 23 Mar 2020

Booooooooooo.
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