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 91 
 on: Yesterday at 09:19:15 
Started by Cobblerskai16 - Last post by Melbourne Cobbler
How about using your trouser fly as a sort of miniature washboard?

 92 
 on: Yesterday at 09:17:01 
Started by The Rauldinho - Last post by Wolvo
I dont rate Powell but that is retrospective horsesh@t.

How so?

Isn't in common place for the wingers to come inside when the central midfielders are out of position - especially considering he has Moloney covering at right back.

The Chron review of the match stated the same viewpoint as myself, so I'm not a lone commentator thinking Powell should have done more.

 93 
 on: Yesterday at 09:15:19 
Started by #Frank - Last post by Wolvo
What if a game situation demands we play more than one striker?

So if we lose our 2 first team strikers, and by some chance we need to play 2 strikers?

What if Chelsea lost Morata and Giroud, Tottenham lost Kane and Llorente, Man City lost Aguero and Jesus?

Mathis has never started a mans game of football in his life and i am not sure why he is here .

He's here to play 3rd choice striker in a team that players 1 striker.


For the record, we are also a team that only plays 1 goalkeeper per a game. O'Donnell was down injured for a bit last home match. Does anyone think we would have been better suited to buy at least another first choice keeper?

 94 
 on: Yesterday at 08:48:09 
Started by Cobblerskai16 - Last post by bri77
What about the shake it fan clappers they brought for the desperate relegation battles under CW. At least they made some fans laugh!

For the one match against Burton I believe.

Then one the season after can't remember who that was against.

 95 
 on: Yesterday at 07:27:05 
Started by #Frank - Last post by Glastonbury Cobbler
Considering Hoskins is fairly consistently in the team anyway it seems a little unfair on him to say he's not good enough to be a back--up striker.


But it's true

 96 
 on: Yesterday at 07:20:31 
Started by singcobb - Last post by coboz

Watford v Everton  2 - 1

Championship
Leeds v Brentford  2 - 0

League One
Cobbs v Poxford  2 - 0

League Two
Luton v Cheltnam  2 - 0

National League
Daggers V Chester 2 - 1
FA Trophy
Stockport v Brackley  1 - 2

Womens Super League
Man City v Chelsea  2 - 1

National League South
Eastbourne v Weston  1 - 0

 97 
 on: Yesterday at 01:30:55 
Started by The Rauldinho - Last post by Melbourne Cobbler
Hey, well done Cec.  You've learn about "doing" words.  They are great, aren't they?  They usually describe how things can change from one state to another.  (There are some exceptions, such as "remain", "exist" and "stay").

Now, if you are ready for your next lesson, we can take you onto describing words.  These are sometimes called "adjectives".  They are brilliant, because they describe the state that a doing word leaves things in.  So, for instance, with your nuts: if you "loosen" (doing word) them, they become "loose" (describing word).  You notice how the describing word is based on the doing word?  It's fantastic, isn't it?

We could take this stage further, and look at the opposites.  Sometimes, for instance, you can make the opposite doing word by adding an "un" in front.  So for instance, if you were to get your knickers in a twist, you could "untwist" them, to make you feel better.  Sadly, with your nuts, you cannot "unloosen" them.  However, you can use an opposite word (sometimes called an "antonym").  That word, in relation to your nuts, is "tighten".  So, if you ever find your nuts too tight, and want to make them loose (we'll do comparatives another time), then feel free to "loosen" them (and vice versa).

I hope that wasn't too much for you in one go.  If so, I recommend you take your usual afternoon bottle of warm milk and have a little nap.  Then you'll be all bright and cheerful ready for your tea......

 Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin


Learned more there than I did in 11 years of schooling. Cheers

 98 
 on: Yesterday at 00:24:36 
Started by The Rauldinho - Last post by Patmore
Having watched the highlights again, I'm not sure Powell covered himself in too much glory for their first. He seemed too protective of his flank despite Moloney being behind him.

I dont rate Powell but that is retrospective horsesh@t.

Has anyone spotted Grimes during the incident yet?

 99 
 on: February 20, 2018, 23:46:04 pm 
Started by #Frank - Last post by Melbourne Cobbler
I'll stick my neck out and say that if Bunney plays up front before the end of the season we'll be in League Two next year.
Probably right Id say, not my preferred option either. Shows how desperate wed be if Long cops it to be even putting this out there?

 100 
 on: February 20, 2018, 22:57:39 pm 
Started by clarkeysntfc - Last post by Glastonbury Cobbler
Knee injuries are notoriously slow healing , even though this seems minor .
JFH does seem to understate injuries a bit .
Also , hamstrings are a minimum four weeks and we continually say players are ready after two weeks .
Pierre was definitely played before he was ready and suffered the consequences

Fair enough

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