Looks like it has worked to our benefit...but what a total b@lls up it is. No idea what is being reviewed, players learn to play with how the ref id "playing the game", but then some random has a different view.
A comment by Pioneer in the "Bar" thread made me think of this. We all wear our shirts out and about, which are recognised,(often by fellow Daley's) and conversations start. So who has had this occur, for example, on holiday for the home based fans, and where? In which unexpected situation did you meet a Daley? My own experience was on travelling to Napier in the North Island to attend a Simply Red concert. Parked the hire car outside a house, and set off to Winery where the concert was, when a voice said "I recognise that shirt" He lived in Napier, was a Dale Exile, previously a Milkman based on Broad Lane. He invited us back for a brew. Turned out I had parked very close to his house. He got on the phone, along came another Daley, and whilst there, Yet another Daley turned up who was on Holiday. ("Kingy?" ex Landlord of the Reed, and The Grapes in Bamford)
"The England football, rugby and cricket teams would no longer play against countries where “normal, friendly, respectful or diplomatic relations are not possible.” Football clubs would be owned by co-operatives and not traded on the stock markets."
The above caught my eye, and with Rochdale being the birthplace of Co-Operation, we should be the first pro club to go Co-Op (Yeah right!)
Plenty of cyclists in Rochdale, any on here? OK, I know wearing Lycra can look stupid, and clicky heels are a bit gay, but GB is on the verge of winning the most famous cycle race in the world. Team Sky were set up to do this, and a win this year is ahead of their schedule. It shows that investment, planning and training can pay off. I hope Wiggins, Froome and the rest of their team stay healthy for the next 2 weeks, to make their plan come to fruition.