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Loft or Paddock
at 21:54 12 Dec 2017

I go up the Ellerslie for a treat.
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Loft or Paddock
at 21:42 12 Dec 2017

'Loft or Paddock' sounds like a euphemism used when asking a friend how they got on with fat Sharon from Accounts the morning after the Christmas party.







I should be fcuking ashamed.
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Cousins
at 13:31 12 Dec 2017

It's a bit worrying, isn't it?

Perch might be a while coming back but looked pretty good as a right-sided CB in a 3 before THE CURSE struck. He got a lot of stick last year playing at RB, although that might be unfair to him as everyone got a fair bit last season.

If we are playing Ned at RB, we really need an option in the centre, with Lynch unavailable. With that in mind, I think Ollie will go for Ned, Robinson and Baptiste (if available) with Pav and Bidwell as WBs.

Smegma would be able to give more insight but isn't Kakay a RB too?
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'Tis The Season
at 13:20 12 Dec 2017

At this time of year, I like to remind my parents that, despite all the careful thought and consideration they put into it, I do not want any presents from them. Because they are just awful.

For example, last year's Marmite-themed storage jar. Or the previous year's variety pack of 'expensive' soaps. Frankly, I can't remember the last time they actually bought me something I want. Seriously, one year they bought me an oven mitt. Not a pair - one.

With that in mind, does anyone else suffer like this?
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Nice piece on the lads at children's hospital
at 11:45 12 Dec 2017

They've given sick children Tony Fernandes' autobiography?!! I knew Les was evil, I just had no idea about the depths of his depravity!
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Mr Holloway
at 11:26 12 Dec 2017

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Nice piece on the lads at children's hospital
at 11:23 12 Dec 2017

It's a shame that they sent Jude The Cat to give out presents in the allergy ward.


Top work from the club in the community again. This is what makes us who we are.
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Cousins
at 11:20 12 Dec 2017

I like Hawking - he might have lost a bit of pace but he is rock solid in the tackle.
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Cousins
at 08:33 12 Dec 2017

Stephen Hawking and Joey Essex can both do maths too.
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Cousins
at 08:18 12 Dec 2017

Probably.
No.
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Too narrow!
at 20:17 11 Dec 2017

It has been a long time since i have been described as too narrow.
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Your Radio Phone In Experiences.
at 09:27 11 Dec 2017

I emailed Dave Rodigan a couple of months ago after watching the Skatalites and he read it out on air. Cue frantic e-mails to unimpressed friends with iPlayer links. They didn't even bother patronising me, the cunce.
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Cant someone please post...
at 08:59 11 Dec 2017

1. Shh! Tony Fernandes might be listening.
2. You really believe that'? Only, I'm a Nigerian prince and need to move a substantial amount of money...
3. You want to be careful how you talk about Les. You wouldn't want to get 'Blue Peter-ed', now would you...
4. Before you go on, remember we used to employ Paul Hart.
5. And Karl Ready.
6. I hear what you're saying, however, I think we'd all be better off by submitting to the will of Allah.
7. We need a manager that is a proven winner, played under some of the best coaches, has experience of the top flight and is a real leader. And John Terry is available.
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Mr Holloway
at 08:43 11 Dec 2017

Strangely, when I picture that analogy, it is set to Yakkety Sax, played at double speed and when we get to the girl she turns round to be revealed as Henry McGee wearing a wig.
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We're having a snowy London poem-off on Facebook...
at 11:52 10 Dec 2017

We're not very good
Defenders are all injured
Nedum Onuoha
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Voice Of Reason
at 10:55 10 Dec 2017

Mine's better. Shakespeare who?
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Voice Of Reason
at 09:33 10 Dec 2017

Gentlemen, I think it is looking increasingly unlikely that we will win the Championship this season. However, this frees us up to concentrate on cup competitions.

Now, many of you will say that this is a nonsense but only last night I dreamed that I was eating a mince pie and just this morning I ate one. Follow your dreams, follow your dreams!

We may not have won but, if nothing else, we came a close second. We have the best kit, apart from the green one, and many of our players have tasteful haircuts. There is much of which to be proud. Even the water pressure in the Ellerslie Road bum-sinks has risen to the occasion.

Let us not talk of defeat. Or even deshoulders, deknees or detoes. The only sack we should be considering is from Santa.
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Filth lose to sh*te
at 14:39 9 Dec 2017

Outstanding giffage.

We want the funk...
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Leeds match thread
at 14:37 9 Dec 2017

Make a formation out of that lot!

Nice to see Onuoha and Hall back in the match day squad. I look forward to them returning at some point in 2019.
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The chief is back
at 10:52 8 Dec 2017

Behind closed doors? He must be fit if he had to climb the fence.
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