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|I've got a cold too|
at 11:02 23 Jun 2021
and I've had a few in the past. Colds that is.
at 11:45 18 Dec 2020
out of 10:
at 07:48 15 Aug 2020
although he's going out shopping later.
|Former ITFC Academy player|
at 07:52 12 Aug 2020
signs new deal
with Saracens. Alex Goode, no less. One time European Player of the Year. He will go on loan to Japan for a year, then back to N London.
|14th July, 2017|
at 19:24 17 Jun 2020
On the above date I asked a quiz question, but never gave the answer.
I know that scores of you have been waiting with baited breath to know.
Which English cathedral is the highest above sea level?
ANSWER: St Albans.
Okay, Stand Easy.
|This explains a great deal|
at 11:56 14 May 2020
Other views are possible.
The evidence strongly suggests that our members have been preparing for Covid-19 for a considerable period of time.
Our defenders are never within two metres of anyone, our midfielders and goalie rarely catch anything, and our forwards are incapable of passing anything on. As for our mentors and committee, they are experts at washing their hands.
Apologies if already posted.
[Post edited 14 May 2020 11:56]
|EADT Greatest Town XI|
at 17:37 8 May 2020
In today's EADT Terry Hunt (former editor)'s team appears.
1. Ludicrous selection of Gio dos Santos - not a genuine Ipswich player - 8 loan games.
2 Non selection of George Burley is something else I can't agree with. He has put Mills at Right Back (his original position) and Butch at Left Back. This certainly isn't ridiculous, but I don't agree with it.
|The Pedants' Revolt|
at 13:39 18 Feb 2020
Who was the leader of the Pedants' Revolt?
at 07:53 30 Sep 2019
What about the best ITFC dribblers?
No discussion about the best: Franz Thijssen.
What other good Close-control dribblers have we had?
Another Dutchman and a former fireman come to mind.
All references to bibs are strictly forbidden.
|Gillingham v Colchester Utd|
at 22:14 20 Sep 2019
I seem to remember that for some reason the Gills and Colchester used to be at daggers drawn, but I can't for the life of me remember why.
Anyone know anything about this?
|This thread is important|
at 08:53 25 Jan 2019
Dr Leah Broad, lecturer at the University of Oxford has produced a list of 'classical' composers as biscuits.
The two important ones are
Mozart: Hobnobs - delicious on its own and the foundation of many other biscuits.
Beethoven: dark chocolate hobnobs. King of biscuits.
Also Elgar: digestive - often used to symbolise Britishness. Consequently many people in a love/hate relationship with this biscuit. Oh dear, back to Brexit.
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