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at 11:19 15 Sep 2020
Anyone know if there’s any way of watching this on a stream? They used to often provide this.
|Where there's life?|
at 19:28 9 Apr 2013
Not about Thatch of course! (RIP) However--- having had chance to recover from the crushing blow of Sunday (one of my worst moments as an R's fan -nearly comprable to turning on my radio having finished work and hearing "You''ll never walk alone" ring out from Molineux way back in the 70's), There IS still hope. IF we show the attitude that the neutrals saw on Sunday and IF we get a slice or two of luck, we are not dead yet. A result on Saturday is not beyond belief (think back to last season's final day), and everything would look very different. How about a final day win at Anfield? By then, it will mean nothing to them and there are several games for our rivals which MUST produce positives for us. OK, the odds are against -but nobody should give up yet - that's the fun of being a fan of the best club in the land -and sweet revenge on the Reds for ruining our one chance of the title.U R's!
|The 4 year plan|
at 17:30 24 Dec 2011
Just watched it - early Christmas present. An interesting view. A few things emerge---
Flavio - how many of us, after every bad result, believe we have the superior knowledge of football, rant on the message boards, demand blood etc etc. yet, a few days later, a win and the whole world looks rosey. How different would we have felt if we had got the last minute winner on Wednesday and not the other way round? Flavio had the power (and money) to do what many posters would have done - changing selections, managers etc on a result based whim - perhaps we should learn a lesson and leave it to those who know -Trust in Warnock.and forgive Flavio for just doing what many of us would do if we could?
Second, Gianni. Maybe foolish, naive, misguided. But, his heart seemed to be on his sleeve throughout - and whatever you say, he seemed to love the R's.
Thirdly, Amit. He seemed to stand above the others as having the combination of a genuine passion for the R's and proper business acumen- hope for the future.
5th -my mate Nick is in it taking his kids picture with Neil - can't be bad.
Lastly, Santa is clearly an R, as he had a copy of the DVD for me in spite of what the official site said- should mean that we hit the latent North Pole market in the New year.
Up the R's and happy Christmas to us all.
|first time poster|
at 13:10 21 Dec 2011
Hi everyone - finally took the plunge and registered- hoping to contribute to what are often some intelligent threads. Went to my first game when I was 3,and will be eternally greatful to my Dad for giving me such a great gift - it struck me watching the game against Utd just how pointless it would be if I had been lumbered with them as a team.It would be the equivalent of watching Eastenders with only happy endings. When I'm asked, I always say I support God's own football team (ask Job and he'll tell you that God makes his choices in quite a baffling way at times!). Anyway,. as Dickens said via the mouthpiece of Tiny Tim - God Bless us everyone - and please can we have a win tonight!
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