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  1. Paul71

    Burton Albion Watch 18/19

    Puts it in perspective. I personally think burton are a great example of how teams can compete in this age of ludicrous spending. Still think them getting to and staying in the championship for two seasons was a bit like san marino making the quarters of the world cup. If boyce had been fit all season last year reckon a third season would be on the cards.
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    Missing my chips

    Terrible. Those responsible will fritter their lives away.
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    Burton Albion Watch 18/19

    Surely sustaining themselves as a league one club would be an achievement.
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    Missing my chips

    You will get battered for that.
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    Ipswich ticket price! £27.50

    The fact its in Ipswich would deter me more.
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    Missing my chips

    I heard mel had been on a pub crawl in Allenton, had just put his last quid in a deal or no deal fruit machine. Was wandering back starving and wandered in to zanfish demanding a free saveloy. When they refused he stood there and sang a british tar from hms pinafore before marching out announcing that the partnership is finished.
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    Missing my chips

    Can we start some unsubstantiated rumours why?
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    Burton Albion Watch 18/19

    I thought Irvine was more like 1.25 million. By the time agents have taken their cut maybe 3/4 million left. Burton dont generate anything in ticket sales to shout about. Must have paid some of Darren bents wages and so on. Totally get ben robinson refusing to put burton into debt. Mid table this season would be good.
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    Ticket office

    I hear you but cant agree.
  10. https://www.derbytelegraph.co.uk/news/derby-news/poodle-killed-savage-frenzied-attack-1916035 This makes my blood boil. The amount of people who seem oblivious to the fact their dogs are not obedient enough to be let off the lead in public, usually its something less tragic and is their dog jumping up you or running all over your picnic. My sister has a similar size dog to the poor dog in this article and he was attacked by 3 big dogs let loose, fortunately my sister managed to get in amongst them, which could have been dangerous but still. She kicked and kicked the dogs till they ran off. Sadly the dogs in this article will probably be put down. The right solution would be take them off the owner and re home with responsible owners and ban them for life from owning a dog. Feel so sorry for the owners of the poodle, must have been Horrific.
  11. As bad as the woman in the press recently who went to spain and complained there was too many Spanish people. Her 'why can't they go somewhere else ' comment is classic. No doubt one of those that voted leave for the wrong reasons.
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    v Millwall (A) Match Thread

    Apologies if discussed but Frank mentions a disallowed goal that was onside? Was it or not?
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    Your celebrity crush...

    Breaking away from my theme Susanna Hoffs Still Hot
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    Your celebrity crush...

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    La Liga to stage a match in USA

    Listening to Talk Sport Friday on my way home i got the (wrong) impression the PL were talking about this. But it did make me think. They are bringing in a winter so called break as the players need rest then potentially could fly them out for a round of games as one of the 38. Problem is it might happen, but it wont happen for all 20 PL clubs I am sure. The US (or wherever cause the PL is massive in lots of countries) wont want to see Bournemouth vs Huddersfield. So top draw games like Liverpool vs Man Utd etc will get chosen. And what if they do do it for all clubs and your home game against everton takes place on a neutral ground, but you lose, or draw, and get relegated by 1 point? They already play over there in the champions cup or whatever its called. That should be enough.
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