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Bob Spunkmouse

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About Bob Spunkmouse

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  • Birthday 06/05/1981


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    I'm now 30, and feel like far more than 4 ears has passed since I first wrote my bio
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  1. Bob Spunkmouse

    Bournemouth (A) 8/12/18

    I was, I think. It was looking like it was never really quite under control, while clearly always being under total control. ta.
  2. Bob Spunkmouse

    Bournemouth (A) 8/12/18

    That really reminded me of a goal Barosonce scored for us. I’ve a feeling it was against Newcastle or West Brom - I’m seeing stripy shirts in my minds eye. anyone able to recall?
  3. Bob Spunkmouse

    What constitutes the perfect cooked breakfast?

    Don’t neg the messenger... just saw this on the internet and thought I’d share.
  4. Bob Spunkmouse

    Christmas Decorations

    I’ve just finished making this. Started it with my little girl and just finished the fiddly bits while she’s at school. Got it to do something while I’m off work...
  5. Bob Spunkmouse

    Burnley (A) 5/12/18

    Apparently that was true of their scorer until this game, too. He’d won 17 and drawn 2 in games he’d scored in.
  6. Bob Spunkmouse

    Corporate bellendary at work.

    I officially left my job last Friday, after 11 1/2 years. I was on garden leave for the previous month so haven’t really been back in to say bye to people, and with it being close to Xmas probably won’t end up doing anything other than a few drinks in the new year. genuinely feel relieved to have left to go onto something new, but as I don’t have a job yet I’m getting a little anxious. ive got an interview on Thursday but am still waiting for info/details of what they want me to present on, but I am hooeful that could open up into something. im contractually obliged to not reference any corporate bellendary...
  7. Bob Spunkmouse

    Alisson Becker

    He had two hands on the ball a fraction of a second before the striker got his foot in there. It was what they would call a bang/bang play in the nfl. in slow mo, it looks like he’s got the call under control but he didn’t really. The fact of the matter is though that wood was offside when he tried to flick the ball in the net which was what led Allison to not save the tame header easily. the goal shouldn’t have stood due to the offside, but other than that it was fine. There was no hint of goalkeeping blunder though as far as I’m concerned.
  8. Bob Spunkmouse

    Virgil Van Dijk

    I was talking about him in the same breath as hyypia after 5 or 6 games, it was clear to see he was comparable talent wise. the thing about goals is a funny one though isn’t it. You felt after his goal on his debut that he’d get a sackful but he hasn’t, but... watching the Watford match the commentators said we’d scored more goals from corners (possibly set pieces as a whole) than anyone in the league. considering our delivery is as hit and miss as most, and VVD isn’t getting them, that astounded me. Can’t help but think his presence is helping others to score goals at that end of the park for us, even if he’s not getting them himself.
  9. Bob Spunkmouse

    Burnley (A) 5/12/18

    Agree with that, but specifically his passing (and vision with it) is a real positive at the moment. clearly he’s a step down from our best attacking line up, but I wanted rid of him two seasons ago and am just pleasantly surprised that I can now consider him a role player and an asset.
  10. Bob Spunkmouse

    Burnley (A) 5/12/18

    I thought Sturbridge was excellent overall, but did his best work away from the danger area, unfortunately. the way he’s been using the ball this year when he’s played to bring others into play has been something I wouldn’t attribute to him previously
  11. Bob Spunkmouse

    Naby Keita

    Thought he was accelerant tonight, and not in easy circumstances against a tough, physical team away from home. Hopefully his fitness is now there and he can start to feature regularly, as he gives us something no other midfielder does, with Ox sidelined.
  12. Bob Spunkmouse

    Alisson Becker

    He’s just so assured and the combo of him and VVD has made everyone else play with so much more confidence. Gome has been brilliant in part as a result of the certainty beside and behind him. On top of his obvious talent, without doubt.
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    Virgil Van Dijk

    I do that when I go bowling and just know it’s gonna be a strike as soon as it’s 1/3 of the way down the alley. very classy.
  14. Bob Spunkmouse

    Everton (H) 2/12/18 Premier League

    I’ve already mostly forgotten it.