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at 19:42 5 May 2019
I watched Norwood yesterday at Tranmere's game at Crawley. Wasn't the best game to judge him on, as Tranmere offered him nothing, and he had to keep coming deep to pick the ball up.
Having said that, he was always looking for a through ball to run onto, and looked sharp when he was played in. Took his penalty kick well and looked composed and confident. His movement off the ball was good too. The rest of the team didn't offer him much to go forward with. He was the last Tranmere player off the pitch after being with their fans, whether that's anything to read in to.
Was tempted to ask him if he's signing for us when he took a throw in in front of me......
at 13:04 30 Oct 2017
I had a Blackline edition 1.9 JTDm for a couple of years when I needed a cheaper run about to spank some miles on.
It was fine for the first year, but the second year became expensive as it was at that age when things started wearing out.
Clutch and dual mass flywheel
ABS light used to come on when it rained
Driver's door handle ( snapped off when opening the door!)
Passenger seat fold cable snapped
Fuel injector fault - developed a misfire that solved itself
Rear brake discs and pads
Front grille trims (fell out when going over speed bumps)
Rear brake light bulb holder - used to bring the bulb warning light on
Almost gave me a nervous break down...
Still one of the best handling front wheel drive cars I've ever driven.
Great value for money for specification
Sounded like a tractor, but has nearly the same torque as the V6
Over 600 miles to a tank
Did everything really well
I would always turn back and give it a second glance when I walked away from her, even now it's great looking car.
If I was to have another, it'd be a V6 Cloverleaf edition stunning car.
There's also a place in Bournemouth called Alfashop iirc I used to get new and reclaimed parts from. Those guys knew Alfas inside out.
|She's a liar, liar, liar|
at 10:23 8 Jun 2017
Special forces aren't classed as combat boots on the ground by the Government.
However, Coalition bombs don't pick their own targets and intel has to be gained somehow.
As much as I welcome reading CIL's information and views on these sort of threads, to say, and I quote, "Britain has invaded Syria" is just wrong. A Squadron of SF troops with their support isn't an invasion. Just ask Mr Blair.
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