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Old Spalding Ram

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  1. Bumping this up for away matches...................I’m on a 100% winning roll. Carabao cup time.......................cheer up Frank, this is what it feels like to win at Old Trafford!
  2. Plan B The Iron's restaurant will be open ahead of the Iron’s home Carabao Cup first round clash against Derby County on Tuesday, August 13th (7.45pm kick-off). We have a choice of three pies on offer for the tie with the Rams, with a two-course package available for the game. For the full package, including a hospitality seat, adults will be paying just £29.50 adults, £25.50 seniors and £19.50 for Under-18s. To book a space in the restaurant for this game, call 01724 747684 or email sales@scunthorpe-united.co.uk. Sit down job of pie, mash, peas and a pudding with proper metal knives and forks and them napkin thingys plus a ticket for less than £30 .....................seems reasonable!
  3. Gonna bump this at every away game........................I’m on 100% winning streak!👍 I recognise that face!
  4. Derby v Brentford Prostate Cancer UK match day collection. Pride Park April 13th 2020. Kick off 3.00pm I’ll be part of the volunteering team at this fixture shaking me bucket for this fantastic charity. What I’d like to see at this match is hundreds, nay, thousands wearing the iconic prostate cancer 'man of men' pin badge as modelled on Sky Sports. The badge represents fathers, sons, partners, uncles, friends, colleagues and all of us, united in the fight against prostate cancer. At just under 4cm tall, it's a sharp addition to any outfit that's been spotted on broadcasters, actors, MPs, and football managers up and down the UK. Wear it and make a statement: 'Men, we are with you.' The badges cost £2 each or a bag of five for £10 with all proceeds going to Prostate Cancer Uk. They can be purchased here. https://shop.prostatecanceruk.org/badge?_ga=2.167007230.1136205001.1565007990-1321788831.1565007990 One man dies every 45 minutes of prostate cancer in the UK. That’s two men every match. I’ve got faith in the Pop Siders, C standers and Ossie Enders or whatever you call yourself now that the Derby County family can do their bit and change the game for men. I know it’s a bit early folks, but, the more exposure the better, who knows, hopefully, might turn into a big thing.
  5. An uptick seems scant reward for an excellent post........................now where’s that underrated posters thread!👍
  6. Five pages in and nobody seems to have mentioned this pair of internationally capped overrated wasters yet! Francois Grenet “The only reason he is not part of the senior French squad is the fact that Lilian Thuram is in that position. His quality should ensure he breaks into the full France side in the near future.".........says manager Colin Todd Bjorn Otto Bragstadt.............no further comment required!
  7. Must admit to taking a rather small bag to matches with a mini coke can, half a dozen jelly babies and a couple of Hob Nobs just to make sure me sugar levels are ok. I’m not quite sure of the medicinal benefits of a 20 minute wait for a sugary drink and the carb content of the crust on a chicken balti pie. ................. but hey ho, rules is rules!
  8. Bit out of touch lately with all the comings and goings...............................Are we still paying Fabrizio Ravanellis wages?
  9. Club Wembley, free bar open from 12, 3 course lunch, bar during game, open up to an hour after the final whistle. ...............I knew that £300 winter fuel allowance would come in handy!🐏
  10. This from yesterday’s Guardian......................perm any one from 40!🐏 https://www.theguardian.com/football/who-scored-blog/2019/may/10/chelsea-on-loan-players-recall-next-season-transfer-ban
  11. Spot on Sir. After the triumphs of Clough and Mackay came the Murphy, Docherty, Addison, Newman era....disappointment, boy they were grim! Still enjoyed McLaren though🐏
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