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|Who is following Norwood? |
at 21:35 10 Jun 2019
I’m not being greedy Phil (or others) but I heard it on good authority we were close to signing Norwood + another, both potentially announced this week. Clearly Norwood is in the door now, is there any news on who the other might be?
Delighted with Norwood by the way, he’ll certainly offer something that we don’t have, particularly at that end of the pitch, a little bit of street wise steel about us. Judge, Lancaster, Norwood sounds promising, especially if we can get a good blend behind them from Dozzell, Bishop, Downes, Skuse, Nolan etc.
at 10:40 5 Jun 2019
Only 30. Available on a free. Probably relatively cheap and would offer a bit of quality in wide areas.
|Luke Hyam’s annoying |
at 21:35 22 May 2019
Liking these MM posts on twitter. Look at Mick’s press conference, ‘It’s so true’. No it’s really not, attendances were falling off a cliff and our supporters had become completely disillusioned with the sh1t we were being served up each week, parking the bus at home to Burton. Give me L1 under Lambert ahead of the Championship in McCarthy’s last 2 years any day of the week, genuinely. As for Hyam, that fraud robbed a living for too long under Mick so I can see why he’s loyal to him. Not even a good footballer on the rare occasion he is fit. Sh1t hair cut and walks like he’s carrying 2 rolls of carpet.
at 20:31 19 May 2019
Never see them around anymore do you? Have we killed them all off with pesticides?
I swear when I was a kid you would always get bees circling during BBQ season. Never see them anymore.
at 11:24 15 May 2019
Had a mate asking me about this recently. He lives in Cardiff so doesn't go to loads of Town games, but wondered if there's anything as a non season ticket holder he could get to give him a better chance of getting away tickets at some of the smaller grounds that are likely to sell out. My view is that I don't think it's worth his while as ST holders will likely gobble them up anyway (we've sold out Brentford / Charlton etc and they're bigger away ends that the likes of Wimbledon). I'm not even sure if the Silver membership helps in that regard? Do they get priority before general sale?
As a ST holder myself but not a Gold member I'm fully expecting that I probably won't get tickets to a number of away games either, or it'll be a bit of a scramble.
I don't really know what I'm talking about though, I've never had too much of an issue getting away tickets when I've wanted them and I've never had any sort of membership aside from a ST so not sure I can really help him.
at 14:39 14 May 2019
Anyone know if he was at a football match last night?
Not seen it mentioned anywhere on social media today...
|Ajax v Spurs tonight....|
at 16:59 8 May 2019
Who are you supporting?
I do quite like Ajax, and I definitely want the winner of this to go on and with the thing, but I think I've convinced myself to support Spurs, I don't mind them really. Quite a few English players there and it would be funny to see them beat Liverpool in the final.
at 19:41 6 May 2019
I don’t tend to post horse racing tips but I’ve just got this one from someone ITK, running tomorrow afternoon and apparently well worth a nibble:
Court Dreaming 3:35 @ Ayr
|Are we likely to hit the 12,000|
at 10:31 6 May 2019
ST sales that unlocks the 10% kickback?
I wonder if yesterday might’ve encouraged a few that were on the fence, and given that it’s the deadline today perhaps a few were waiting until the last minute before committing?
Come on, if you’re thinking about it just do it, it’ll be a whole lot more enjoyable if we’ve got a decent crowd in there cheering the lads on, let’s make PR a tough place to visit again.
Edit: I notice the SBRL is pretty much sold out, good effort. Now for the same elsewhere!
[Post edited 6 May 10:37]
|I’m not saying it’s going to happen necessarily |
at 22:48 5 May 2019
But we’ve got the potential to rip up L1 with a couple of choice additions.
Big 12 weeks for Lambert and his team coming up to recruit well, dispose well and get a few off the injury table and onto the training ground. I really think we’re well placed to properly pop next season, it could be quite the ride. Sometimes you need to take a step back to take 2 forwards and while there’s no guarantees, I really do think we have a great opportunity to tear up league 1.
|There have been some pretty tragic ITFC posts on twitter this week |
at 11:28 1 May 2019
I've seen a number of people coming out with lines like 'Sheffield United players are getting drunk but you don't see any Norwich players celebrating', like it's some sort reflection on their club. That one seems to have superseded some Town fans obsession with a lack of pitch invasion at Carrow Road. Not to mention the ever reliable 'I would rather be in L1 than the Prem anyway, more 3pm kick offs' is still going strong after a few months, albeit it's as laughable and honking of desperation as it's ever been.
Lot of tragically salty fans on social media isn't there? I know all clubs have them, but I do cringe when I see some of the exchanges that take place.
|Should probably caveat this|
at 17:00 16 Apr 2019
By saying I was genuinely really saddened to see the fire at Notre Dame yesterday and I’m glad the emergency services have managed to save some of its treasures and avoid anyone getting hurt. Big job to salvage what’s left of its glory and put it back together in some form. Too soon, however this really tickled me:
‘Leeds Cathedral would’ve taken more’. Ffs.
[Post edited 16 Apr 17:02]
at 09:55 10 Apr 2019
Norwich connection and his double at Portman Road aside, strikes me as a good bloke. Heard him on TalkSport recently.
|A return to form for Sheff Wednesday tonight |
at 22:57 9 Apr 2019
3-0 winners. 1 defeat in 14 for them in the league.
Next 2 look tough with Leeds and Norwich both away but if they’re still in touching distance after those 2 I wouldn’t rule them out of a playoff spot. Big Steve Bruce doing it again.
|Ironic innit, the supposed Brexit day of 29th March|
at 16:18 29 Mar 2019
Turned out to be the day the dream died for millions. Not going to take any satisfaction in the whole sh1t show, it's been a farce regardless of what side of the fence you're on, but I can't see how Brexit is going to be delivered at all. May's deal isn't getting through and the only thing the parliament do agree on is avoiding No Deal.
One way or another, it ain't happening folks. Good job too.
Now can we just sack it off once and for all and revoke Article 50, and agree to not talk about it again? Get back to spending our time, attention and money on proper issues closer to home like schools, hospitals, defence, pot holes and policing?
Can we all unite and play nice and enjoy a blisteringly hot summer in this kick ass country that we're so lucky to call home?
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