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Peterborough United v Ipswich Town prediction logged
|Previously "linked with"|
at 15:29 14 Aug 2019
I've just run my eye down those we have been "linked with" in this window. By linked, I don't mean "def info" or Twitter, but definite mentions from Phil or Stuart Watson or a nationals that carried the story more than once.
Looking at a dozen or so who moved elsewhere e.g. Washington, Mayor, Liam Kelly among others, I note that only Christy Pym (to Peterboro) has moved to what might reasonably be termed a comparable club to us at this moment. Four have moved to the Champ, which means that we were probably never a realistic choice, if indeed we did have interest. Two have moved to L2, Washington to Scottish Prem, Dominic Ball to New Zealand.
I don't have any conclusions, but it does seem strange that of those that perhaps got near to being made public so few, judging by the hindsight of where they've ended up, seem to have been likely subjects for us to pursue.
|Tunnock's Caramel Wafer Challenge Cup|
at 09:49 14 Aug 2019
It's a real thing. Last night in Scotland it garnered attendances between 178 and 551.
Reminded me of the ZDS Cup which, my son being the right age back then, was known in the family as the Zoids Cup - who remembers Zoids?
What other splendidly named, but poorly thought of cups have there been?
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Ipswich Town v Sunderland prediction logged
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Burton Albion v Ipswich Town prediction logged
at 14:34 27 Jul 2019
Donacien taken off and Skuse at RB while Emmanuel continues on the bench - not looking too good for Josh.
at 13:55 26 Jul 2019
I know that the Championship transfer window closes on Aug 8th while L1 remains open. Does that prevent a Championship club from selling to L1 club after that date? I assume it does, but can anyone confirm that for definite?
[Post edited 26 Jul 13:56]
|Not perhaps such a big squad?|
at 23:08 20 May 2019
Although, as various posters have totted it up today, inc Phil, we currently have a squad of 34 it seems to me that, judging by Lambert's preferences so far, only 17 could really be in line for an extended spell if the season were starting today, these being:
Bartosz BIALKOWSKI or HOLY
Freddie would likely not be ready, and Donacien an unlikely pick.
at 15:08 14 May 2019
Can no Playford Road late-night dog-walkers bring any Def to the Info?
What personalised number plates sit lonely in the car park while lights blaze away in an occupied office?
Where are the Leeds Snooper Troopers when you need them?
|Chris Sutton says .......|
at 17:01 1 May 2019
Norwich City's promotion to the Premier League caps one of the club's "greatest ever seasons".
Isn't that so true, Chris.
|Blog ||Too Many Suspects? – A Swede Ramble|
at 22:48 29 Apr 2019
Town have finally dropped through the beckoning trapdoor – but who to blame? Rev Evans with the peeling candlestick? Colonel McCarthy with the fraying rope? Captain Keane with the poisoned dart? Professor Paul with his own interpretation of chaos theory?
|The Ajax way.|
at 09:31 27 Apr 2019
When discussing the aspirations and frailties of Town's up-and-coming youths posters often mention Ajax. This is a shortened version of a current Beeb report:
When it was announced this month that Kjell Scherpen, aged19 would join Ajax in June from FC Emmen, Ajax fans weren't happy. He was ordered to write the lines: “Ajax is the most beautiful club in the Netherlands” 1,000 times because he had bad-mouthed Ajax on social media in 2011, saying the club were "lucky".
Edwin Van der Sar, Ajax's chief executive, commented, “there was no time to mess about”.
It's perhaps not what those posters had in mind.
at 20:05 22 Mar 2019
Player has both legs broken in a flying challenge:
Glen: "Yes, he didn't seem to be able to adjust to the fact that the incoming defender had no part of him in contact with the ground, there. Perhaps the fact that both legs were broken explains the yellow, but, for me, red would have been a bit harsh."
|Deep Clean at Playford Road|
at 17:02 14 Mar 2019
So is this a further extension of that purge that both Lambert and Hurst referred to?
Seriously, has anyone else experienced this in the workplace. It happened where I worked, but seemed a bit of nonsense to me, unless you work in Dickensian squalour. People catch things off other people, or so I was taught?
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