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at 08:00 15 May 2019
The Football Daily is replaying Deeney’s interview from 2016 about his upbringing, youth, troubles.
I always quite liked how he seemingly reinvented himself, and he comes across very well here.
I’d recommend it - an honest listen.
at 19:55 14 May 2019
Done a lot on here I know...I think I started a thread a couple of years ago.
Can anyone recommend any Bluetooth headphones for under £40?
I’ve been using Bluedio but the last couple of pairs have snapped.
Thanks in advance.
|Spurs or Liverpool - which result was better?|
at 22:59 8 May 2019
Strange to compare or choose one, but it’s Liverpool for me, just.
What an insane 7 days for football.
We actually win.
Kompany scores from 300 yards.
|Tooth extraction - no tea?|
at 06:46 8 May 2019
I had a tooth out yesterday - getting mixed advice from dentist about when I can drink (lukewarm) tea. Conscious of dry socket. Really need a tea. Help me.
at 20:27 21 Apr 2019
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|Players Faces Yesterday|
at 14:15 14 Apr 2019
I sit behind the goal towards the back and saw them (as I know others will have) - for those who weren’t sitting in the North and couldn’t see from the video. Collin looked humbled, Emmanuel and Toto just shellshocked. There was a moment before any of them knew if they should clap back or not, if it was apt. Jackson started it, then the others followed and the crowd intensified.
Lambert and his staff totally in awe, just standing watching. It was such a surreal moment. I’m so glad there weren’t any audible chants, any boos or Evan’s out shouts. It didn’t feel like the right time there - no one in the ground wanted this situation from a town perspective.
No smiles from the players or manager for obvious reasons, but Chambers looked in tears and Judge inconsolable. Brum players extremely respectful, almost immediately from the final whistle.
In the past we have had mercenaries playing for us who couldn’t care less what happened.
I don’t think any town fan, hand on heart, can say that any of our squad now wasn’t trying or didn’t want to win this season. We simply weren’t good enough. They’re still people though and I’m sure they needed that response at the end as much as we did.
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at 17:12 13 Apr 2019
Fair play Lee Camp - immediately picking up Bishop, hugging Judge.
Town players standing in seeming awe of the crowd. Very strange but the most positive a relegation could be.
|Today’s going to be very strange isn’t it.|
at 09:47 13 Apr 2019
I remember feeling quite emotional a few games back, despite not intending to be - it was just the feeling around the stadium of 1000’s of people suddenly feeling flat (late goal - can’t remember which one). Since then I’ve been fairly resigned to it, but I think when it actually happens, sharing it with so many people will be very difficult.
I imagine we will go down today, and it’ll be something that everyone there is yet to experience I assume (relegation to that level).
Still - I’m meeting Spruce today (and potentially 11 other logins *wink*) so every cloud!
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|After sleeping on it and listening back...|
at 10:22 31 Mar 2019
Knowing how I am prone to hyperbole, I thought I’d listen again with fresh ears to Lambert’s interview this morning.
My thoughts (which no one asked for):
1) Something has definitely changed from the official club statement released by Marcus and Paul a month or so ago.
2) Lambert was very evasive - and seemed to be at pains to not lie.
3) He seemed put out - as if he does leave, it won’t be his choice (rumours of a takeover - salt pinched - may have disrupted things)
4) I know (albeit by my vey few, but credible sources from the club) that there was surprise at that interview.
Either way, I think the club needs to clarify it one way or another. It will damage season tickets, player contracts, signings..
The one thing holding it together at the moment is the feel good spirit.
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