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13 hours ago, Gut_Reaction said:

Operated on Gary Johnson (Joe's current Managers Father) a couple of months ago, perhaps it didn't go well!

He's a better left wing back and certainly better going forward than defending. One of a very few ex Public School boys in the game and a mass of GCSE's.

So much for patient confidentiality ? 

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DEL

Linked to Burnley £3m 

Also linked to Boro and Celtic.

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2 hours ago, Derby_EnglandLoyal said:

Linked to Burnley £3m 

Also linked to Boro and Celtic.

Only Burnley's third preference - linked also with Robertson (Hull) - £10 million and Taylor (Leeds) - £5 million.

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36 minutes ago, Anon said:

Signing a 3rd left back to block our only remaining academy talent who looks comfortable at this level from progressing to the first team would encapsulate our club perfectly right now.

4th

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1 hour ago, Grantona said:

Only Burnley's third preference - linked also with Robertson (Hull) - £10 million and Taylor (Leeds) - £5 million.

Can't be too confident of getting choices 1 & 2 then? Hardly surprising

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On 18 May 2017 at 16:41, RebelScum said:

Interesting and cool surname.

The Bryans first entered England in the year 1066 at Hastings on the south coast. The demography of that name goes from there up the center and peters out just above the great city of Derby.

Every days a school day.

:thumbsup:

WARNING .. Totally off topic post but I knew a bloke who was in the RAF, his mate, also RAF got his documents on retirement and there had been a mistype / data entry error. It gave his pension details start of service date 1066 .. It then computed his pension to be millions. Realising this was a balls up that wouldn't go anywhere he wrote thanking them for the award.

The reply was brilliant .. Something along the lines of

"As the sole surviving combatant of the Hastings encounter you would automatically be enrolled as force quartermaster. In this role you assume full responsibility for the inventory of missing equipment : Id est 

1) 326 Chariots ( light version Mk 2 )

2) 1,763 bronze spears 

3) 801 short swords - standard pattern

4) 9 furlongs of hemp twine

5) 406 helmets ( not including eye guards )

6 ) 900 breast plates (boiled leather ) 

7) 46 Frankish mail armour (officers battle dress )

8) sundries ( listed in appendix b)

Deductions related to the cost price of these items have now been amortised against your previously awarded pension which is now ... 

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3 hours ago, Nuwtfly said:

Wow, how interesting 

The same Sean Dyche that moaned about another clubs spending in the transfer recently? 

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PistoldPete2

We don't need a new lb or any new defenders.

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4 hours ago, jono said:

WARNING .. Totally off topic post but I knew a bloke who was in the RAF, his mate, also RAF got his documents on retirement and there had been a mistype / data entry error. It gave his pension details start of service date 1066 .. It then computed his pension to be millions. Realising this was a balls up that wouldn't go anywhere he wrote thanking them for the award.

The reply was brilliant .. Something along the lines of

"As the sole surviving combatant of the Hastings encounter you would automatically be enrolled as force quartermaster. In this role you assume full responsibility for the inventory of missing equipment : Id est 

1) 326 Chariots ( light version Mk 2 )

2) 1,763 bronze spears 

3) 801 short swords - standard pattern

4) 9 furlongs of hemp twine

5) 406 helmets ( not including eye guards )

6 ) 900 breast plates (boiled leather ) 

7) 46 Frankish mail armour (officers battle dress )

8) sundries ( listed in appendix b)

Deductions related to the cost price of these items have now been amortised against your previously awarded pension which is now ... 

Genius!!!!!! ???????????

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