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at 15:30 21 Sep 2020
If that's right sky have to take a serious look at their sources.
|Who is Julian Winter ?|
at 14:26 21 Sep 2020
There is clearly a sort of conveyor belt of ex football blokes doing these jobs, and they seem to look very similar 😂
|Macclesfield Town Wound-Up|
at 09:36 20 Sep 2020
They don't mind fishing in these leagues for players for their academies, sending scouts etc to see what's on offer, but when it comes to help, it's non existent.
|Matchday Thread - Swansea City v Birmingham City|
at 17:24 19 Sep 2020
Well, there's these things called cameras, they create moving pictures, and on the tele box they beam themselves in to my front room using another medium. That's called electricity. I think as well they smear marmite on the little pins that get put in the wall. If you need any other technical help give me a call, but not on Sundays.
Oh I forgot to add, I also used my eyeballs.
[Post edited 19 Sep 17:25]
|paid but no game|
at 15:15 19 Sep 2020
Download the app. Happened to me too.
|Matchday Thread - Swansea City v Birmingham City (n/t)|
at 14:27 19 Sep 2020
Swansea City head coach Steve Cooper has named an unchanged side for the first home game of the season against Birmingham City. The Swansea boss keeps faith with the same starting line-up and bench that secured a 1-0 win at Preston on the opening day of the season.That means Freddie Woodman starts in goal, with a three-man defence of Ben Cabango, Joe Rodon and Marc Guehi ahead of him. Jake Bidwell and Connor Roberts will look to continue their impress form at wing-back, operating either side of midfielders Korey Smith and captain Matt Grimes.
Morgan Gibbs-White takes on the attacking midfield role, and will look to provide the ammunition for Jamal Lowe and Andre Ayew in attack.
For Smith, Gibbs-White and Lowe this will be their home debuts following their summer arrivals.
The visitors hand a debut to former Cardiff keeper Neil Etheridge, while Scott Hogan - who joined from Aston Villa on Thursday - is among the Birmingham substitutes.
Swansea City: Freddie Woodman; Ben Cabango, Joe Rodon, Marc Guehi; Connor Roberts, Korey Smith, Matt Grimes (captain), Jake Bidwell; Morgan Gibbs-White; Jamal Lowe, Andre Ayew.
Substitutes: Steven Benda, Kyle Naughton, Jay Fulton, Wayne Routledge, Yan Dhanda, Kristoffer Peterson, Liam Cullen.
Birmingham City: Neil Etheridge, Kristian Pedersen, Ivan Sunjic, Lukas Jutkiewicz, Harlee Dean (captain), Ivan Sanchez, Jeremie Bela, Maxime Colin, George Friend, Jon Toral, Adam Clayton.
Substitutes: Zach Jeacock, Marc Roberts, Dan Crowley, Gary Gardner, Scott Hogan, Steve Seddon, Agustin Medina.
Referee: Gavin Ward
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