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#41

So glad I could make today's match  it was a very good come back from  0-1down to a very  satisfying  5-1 win against a dirty side that did not deserve a weak ref being in  charge ?  Think we may. be two or three players out for our next game at the  very least if not for more games . Farsley number 10 should have been sent off  in the first.  FIVE seconds after flying in to Ben Morgan then putting a elbow into  Morgan's jaw  should have gone but the ref didn't even have a word  with the player and didn't  go for any colour of card what  so ever disgraceful performance by the official s all round to day for me.
Saying that the new player looked like he had played in the team for years and took his two goals with  a lot of composure and with the whole team joining in by playing good  football and by not being bullied by a dirty team like Farsley . Can't get to to many games ,but so glad I got to see the team win to day and really enjoyed my afternoon football at the T T .Was going to say up the city ,but the league table is saying it for all to see.
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#42

Great atmosphere in the t end. When we sang Steven give us a wave, he waved straight away. Little things like that make you actually like a manager.

“There’s a mole. Right at the top of the circus. He’s been there for years.”
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#43

Mr Magoo your point 4. Tre Mitford.

A gifted forward he is not but
A) he must be a nightmare to mark tall powerful upper body strength and not being disrespectful all arms and legs .
B) Gives 100% albeit sometimes wasted effort. It something to be worked on.
C) As we can see from his goal today tremendously powerful when shooting at goal.

Under SK tutelage who knows ( KP couldn’t hit a barn door a few weeks ago)

Lovely chap as well.
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#44

(22-10-2022, 07:05 PM)Tigermatty 2.0 Wrote:  Great atmosphere in the t end. When we sang Steven give us a wave, he waved straight away. Little things like that make you actually like a manager.
This
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#45

(22-10-2022, 07:03 PM)Grey beard Wrote:  So glad I could make today's match  it was a very good come back from  0-1down to a very  satisfying  5-1 win against a dirty side that did not deserve a weak ref being in  charge ?  Think we may. be two or three players out for our next game at the  very least if not for more games . Farsley number 10 should have been sent off  in the first.  FIVE seconds after flying in to Ben Morgan then putting a elbow into  Morgan's jaw  should have gone but the ref didn't even have a word  with the player and didn't  go for any colour of card what  so ever disgraceful performance by the official s all round to day for me.
Saying that the new player looked like he had played in the team for years and took his two goals with  a lot of composure and with the whole team joining in by playing good  football and by not being bullied by a dirty team like Farsley . Can't get to to many games ,but so glad I got to see the team win to day and really enjoyed my afternoon football at the T T .Was going to say up the city ,but the league table is saying it for all to see.

Good post Jim totally agree. The first foul could easily have been a red -; dreadful challenge and set the tone for the rest of the game.
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#46

I still feel like James Brown
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#47

(22-10-2022, 07:39 PM)SHANDY LOVE MACHINE Wrote:  I still feel like James Brown
 A brand new bag? Is this a reference to your scrotal transplant?

“There’s a mole. Right at the top of the circus. He’s been there for years.”
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#48

No. And I've told you not to air my reconstructive surgery over the world wide web.

It's a nod to the drumming today, in honour of the understated UB40 stick smacker, and closet Bromsgrove Rovers supporter. James Brown.

Or it could just be tinnitus.
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#49

Could someone please let me know if the club shop was open today? Arriving at 2:40 it looked closed. Being pernickety, if that was the case we probably lost a chance to sell a trinket or two, to the young uns and their accompanying parents wallets. Staffing issues? Just a thought.....

Professional Worky Ticket
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#50

(22-10-2022, 06:14 PM)Neil Wrote:  I'd word that a bit different. Shows the difference between a rookie manager and an experienced one.
Or a manager who plays positive attacking football as opposed to one who naturally favours defence.

Sounds like I missed a really good match today - marooned in Florence by an airline pilots strike. Should’ve been home yesterday, but now won’t get home until Monday.
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