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1 hour ago, Doctor Troy said:

The heady days of winning the "Holgate pushed Gok Wan into the crowd, then he went off his head and racially abused him but wasn't found guilty by the powers that be" Cup

 

Lost the ball.  Gave away a foul.  Lost the match.

 

Some highlights reel, that.  Proper player!

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3 minutes ago, Lee909 said:

LegitimateVelvetyCondor-size_restricted.

 

 

You'll know this. Wasn't one of their owners wives part of the tory party or omitting? Or donating ? 

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5 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

You'll know this. Wasn't one of their owners wives part of the tory party or omitting? Or donating ? 

Wasn't it reported Moshri wife or ex wife was donating to the tories. Could be wrong don't pay that much attention to be honest

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25 minutes ago, Lee909 said:

Wasn't it reported Moshri wife or ex wife was donating to the tories. Could be wrong don't pay that much attention to be honest

Yeah think I heard that too. 

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1 hour ago, DalyanPete said:

It's on! Head fell off around 6.00 this morning.

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This was purely a discussion over which flavoured sandwiches they were having for their dinner. A few were less than impressed with the egg salad suggestion.

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3 hours ago, DalyanPete said:

It's on! Head fell off around 6.00 this morning.

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Then the discussion turned to how to deal with the awful smell of shit, one person suggests issuing the sewerage workers with masks on match days. 

 

 

Seriously though, if their owner has managed to secure the investors required to go ahead with the stadium, despite covid, uncertainty everywhere and the recession. That IMO is quite the achievement and well done to them. 

 

If they think a new stadium will automatically transform them in to a big team and attract world class players, then there are a few championship teams that want a word with them. They've needed a new stadium for a long time and if it makes them feel a bit better about themselves, good for them.

 

They cannot crow about trophies so a trophy stadium is probably the next best thing. If it reduces the vile chants and bile thrown our way by just a tiny amount I welcome it. 

 

 

 

 

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10 minutes ago, Чемпионы said:

Then the discussion turned to how to deal with the awful smell of shit, one person suggests issuing the sewerage workers with masks on match days. 

 

 

Seriously though, if their owner has managed to secure the investors required to go ahead with the stadium, despite covid, uncertainty everywhere and the recession. That IMO is quite the achievement and well done to them. 

 

If they think a new stadium will automatically transform them in to a big team and attract world class players, then there are a few championship teams that want a word with them. They've needed a new stadium for a long time and if it makes them feel a bit better about themselves, good for them.

 

They cannot crow about trophies so a trophy stadium is probably the next best thing. If it reduces the vile chants and bile thrown our way by just a tiny amount I welcome it. 

 

 

 

 

New stadiums + Average teams = Relegation. 

I like it.

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31 minutes ago, VladimirIlyich said:

New stadiums + Average teams = Relegation. 

I like it.

The premier league teams with new stadiums in the last 20 years.

 

Progressed:

Brighton 

Man City* 

Leicester

 

Went backwards:

Arsenal

Southampton 

West Ham

 

No impact yet:

Spurs

 

By the very nature they are in the championship it's fair to assign backwards to this lot:

Derby

Stoke

Middlesbrough 

Wigan 

Hull

Sunderland

 

Reading, Cardiff and Swansea are debatable which direction their stadiums sent them.

 

* no need to explain reasons behind the *

 

It's not a great list to be hanging your hopes on. Brighton progressed because there was no backwards from where they were heading. Only Leicester can be pointed too as a beacon of hope.

 

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3 hours ago, DalyanPete said:

It's on! Head fell off around 6.00 this morning.

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Reminds me of the scene in Heat where Robert De Niro's crew walk around the docks pretending to size up a robbery just to get the LAPD out.

 

"Yeah, the Kopites were here, buzzing off the three orange cones"

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12 minutes ago, Doctor Troy said:

Reminds me of the scene in Heat where Robert De Niro's crew walk around the docks pretending to size up a robbery just to get the LAPD out.

 

"Yeah, the Kopites were here, buzzing off the three orange cones"

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1 hour ago, No2 said:

The premier league teams with new stadiums in the last 20 years.

 

Progressed:

Brighton 

Man City* 

Leicester

 

Went backwards:

Arsenal

Southampton 

West Ham

 

No impact yet:

Spurs

 

By the very nature they are in the championship it's fair to assign backwards to this lot:

Derby

Stoke

Middlesbrough 

Wigan 

Hull

Sunderland

 

Reading, Cardiff and Swansea are debatable which direction their stadiums sent them.

 

* no need to explain reasons behind the *

 

It's not a great list to be hanging your hopes on. Brighton progressed because there was no backwards from where they were heading. Only Leicester can be pointed too as a beacon of hope.

 

Leicester are indeed a beacon of hope. They started building a stadium, doing so helped take them down and they played their opening season in the tier below the top flight. They then went into administration within weeks of the season starting! While immediately returning to the top flight, they were in the 3rd tier of english football within 6 years of opening the stadium.

 

Only multiple changes of ownership turned them around, it has nothing to do with their crisp bowl. 

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5 hours ago, DalyanPete said:

It's on! Head fell off around 6.00 this morning.

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"Right lads, buckets are over there. Now get bailin'."

 

*murmurs of discontent, apart from one lone voice*

 

"We're getting Bale in?"

 

*logs into GOT to post the exclusive*

 

"Redshite heads will fall off now we're all systems go with BMD. Oh, and Gareth Bale is coming. What a statement signing from Mosh and Uncle Uzzy! This is a guy who has won it all with Real Madrid, and he knows how to batter der redshite. And he'll continue to batter der redshite in the best stadium in the world, on the banks of the royal blue Mersey! #seniorclub #nopeds COYB NSNO"

 

Bale Sat On His Arse In Madrid Nisi Hole In My Bucket Dear Liza.

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 Well this idiot is behind it ; This is the development that will unleash the clubs potential.
The wonderful Goodison Park has been holding us back. I love the place: but this new stadium is what is needed. It will be iconic, it will generate revenue and it will make selling the club to new recruits much easier.

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1 hour ago, The Gaul said:

Leicester are indeed a beacon of hope. They started building a stadium, doing so helped take them down and they played their opening season in the tier below the top flight. They then went into administration within weeks of the season starting! While immediately returning to the top flight, they were in the 3rd tier of english football within 6 years of opening the stadium.

 

Only multiple changes of ownership turned them around, it has nothing to do with their crisp bowl. 

Jesus I don't remember any of that. Leicester never featured too high in my consciousness. 

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1 hour ago, Trumo said:

 

"Right lads, buckets are over there. Now get bailin'."

 

*murmurs of discontent, apart from one lone voice*

 

"We're getting Bale in?"

 

*logs into GOT to post the exclusive*

 

"Redshite heads will fall off now we're all systems go with BMD. Oh, and Gareth Bale is coming. What a statement signing from Mosh and Uncle Uzzy! This is a guy who has won it all with Real Madrid, and he knows how to batter der redshite. And he'll continue to batter der redshite in the best stadium in the world, on the banks of the royal blue Mersey! #seniorclub #nopeds COYB NSNO"

 

Bale Sat On His Arse In Madrid Nisi Hole In My Bucket Dear Liza.

Similar situation when one of them went off to get a ham bap. 

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6 hours ago, DalyanPete said:

It's on! Head fell off around 6.00 this morning.

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Alright lads, watch where you’re walking, with all the rain it could get messy in here.

 

 

and off went the bitters again. “Uncle Uzzys buying Messi”

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30 minutes ago, No2 said:

Jesus I don't remember any of that. Leicester never featured too high in my consciousness. 

Haha. They even had Gary linekar putting together a consortium at one point, I can't remember if they managed to get it. And they also had that chancer who was at Portsmouth and sheff wed (manderic?). Anyway, I think we can all agree building a ground brings as many if not more problems than it starts. 

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