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WharfedaleRam

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  1. Good grief! That’s a bit early for an evening kick off!
  2. Have a look out to Balloch just by Loch Lomond and get the train in from there. Good bars and great views of the first Munro you can climb while you’re there!!!
  3. Lived near Durham until I was 26 and have now supported the Rams for nearly 50 years. Only set foot in the BBG when I was 33 so there are a few of us around who ‘supported’ from afar. I do manage around 10 games a season now (home and away) but not possible to get there more frequently. However, being a kid with a bedroom plastered with photos of Rams players and a subscription to the Ram newspaper (as it was in those days) didn’t make me less of a fan (or did it?) My Saturdays or Tuesdays don’t hurt any less if we lose than if I’d been to the game. Perhaps I’m a half (or less!) fan but I still regard myself as a supporter and will be, unflinchingly, until my last breath.
  4. The last line just makes me think you're in fantasy land!
  5. If you start that at 2.58pm on a Saturday, you’ll still be there long after the cleaners have gone!
  6. Purely from this half fan getting a ticket for a game he is able to go to...... I’m happy in the Championship!
  7. Barnsley’s a good day out with a good mixed fans pub (Dove Inn I think) having good beer and excellent staff plus there’s a butty shop two doors down. Two season’s ago, the bar’s boss man let us eat them in his place as long as we were supping his beer. Top bloke!
  8. Maybe I’m easily pleased but if we have 11 players on the pitch and a bench full of subs, all with Keogh’s work rate and commitment to the club, then I’ll continue to support and give my hard-earned cash to the club I love. Sure we could perhaps have players with a bit more skill or a bit more awareness or a bit more ability, but there again, I could support a top premiership side which, at the moment I don’t. Please let’s not make this season’s failure to gain promotion another ‘blame it on Keogh’ outcome! We’ll spoil a most enjoyable season which in most fans’ minds, exceeded expectations to get where we did.
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