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    Re: The top six

    Post by rjrules71 on Wed 21 Jan 2015, 8:33 pm

    Charingworth Ram wrote:I am finding it really irritating when folks keep saying Bournemouth will run out of steam , they win just about every fecking week Bang head Bang head  


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    Can I please refer the learned gentleman to the result at Elland Road last night.

    Further more can you learn the rules regarding entering a traffic island when driving your OAKS van in Alvaston, especially when I am the driver you pulled out in front of!!!

    Next time I wont be stopping, and never mind the little old lady who pulled out before you travelling at 0.1337 miles per hour and completely screwed you up. Anger


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    Re: The top six

    Post by New England Ram on Wed 21 Jan 2015, 9:08 pm

    Come on Brighton keep it up....see Forest have rediscovered their form.



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    Re: The top six

    Post by Charingworth Ram on Wed 21 Jan 2015, 9:36 pm

    rjrules71 wrote:
    Charingworth Ram wrote:I am finding it really irritating when folks keep saying Bournemouth will run out of steam , they win just about every fecking week Bang head Bang head  


    AHEM
    Can I please refer the learned gentleman to the result at Elland Road last night.

    Further more can you learn the rules regarding entering a traffic island when driving your OAKS van in Alvaston, especially when I am the driver you pulled out in front of!!!

    Next time I wont be stopping, and never mind the little old lady who pulled out before you travelling at 0.1337 miles per hour and completely screwed you up. Anger


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    Haha i am not sure what you mean Afraid when was this LOL
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    Re: The top six

    Post by RRC on Wed 21 Jan 2015, 9:41 pm

    More good news . . . Brighton 3-2 Ipswich

    Is anyone is still wondering how awful we were in losing to the trees . . . Fulham 3-2 trees

    Blast from the past . . . James McNotSoCleverly may have cost Sheffield Utd a cup replay
    with Spurs through a blatant handball for a penalty.



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    Re: The top six

    Post by New England Ram on Wed 21 Jan 2015, 9:44 pm

    League cup two legs Jo



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    Re: The top six

    Post by New England Ram on Wed 21 Jan 2015, 9:50 pm

    Psycho is back... LOL roll



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    Re: The top six

    Post by RRC on Wed 21 Jan 2015, 9:55 pm

    New England Ram wrote:League cup two legs Jo

    I'd forgotten it was the semi.

    I was reminded at once of McEveley kicking the ball out of Lewis Price's hands and presenting
    it straight to Gerrard who scored. That cost us a draw with Liverpool. Once a pillock . . .



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    Re: The top six

    Post by Ram78 on Wed 21 Jan 2015, 9:55 pm

    If only we'd of done the job and best florist Bang head
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    Re: The top six

    Post by RRC on Wed 21 Jan 2015, 9:56 pm

    Ram78 wrote:If only we'd of done the job and best florist Bang head

    Indeed. We'd be level on points with Bournemouth with a match in hand.

    What might have been . . . Hurt



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    Re: The top six

    Post by Boris on Wed 21 Jan 2015, 9:57 pm

    RRC wrote:
    New England Ram wrote:League cup two legs Jo

    I'd forgotten it was the semi.

    I was reminded at once of McEveley kicking the ball out of Lewis Price's hands and presenting
    it straight to Gerrard who scored. That cost us a draw with Liverpool. Once a pillock . . .

    He was very unlucky for that Liverpool goal, didn't kick it out of the goalies hands....
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    Re: The top six

    Post by RRC on Wed 21 Jan 2015, 10:01 pm

    Boris wrote:
    RRC wrote:
    New England Ram wrote:League cup two legs Jo

    I'd forgotten it was the semi.

    I was reminded at once of McEveley kicking the ball out of Lewis Price's hands and presenting
    it straight to Gerrard who scored. That cost us a draw with Liverpool. Once a pillock . . .

    He was very unlucky for that Liverpool goal, didn't kick it out of the goalies hands....

    He was not unlucky. It was the usual red mist descending on him and being completely
    unaware of other players. He was a dreadful full back, constantly out of position and never
    knew who he was supposed to mark.



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    Re: The top six

    Post by Stockport Ram on Thu 22 Jan 2015, 6:54 am

    RRC wrote:
    Boris wrote:
    RRC wrote:
    New England Ram wrote:League cup two legs Jo

    I'd forgotten it was the semi.

    I was reminded at once of McEveley kicking the ball out of Lewis Price's hands and presenting
    it straight to Gerrard who scored. That cost us a draw with Liverpool. Once a pillock . . .

    He was very unlucky for that Liverpool goal, didn't kick it out of the goalies hands....

    He was not unlucky. It was the usual red mist descending on him and being completely
    unaware of other players. He was a dreadful full back, constantly out of position and never
    knew who he was supposed to mark.

    Spot on RRC.

    I think someone on here referred to them as "McKeveley Moments", and last night confirmed yet again to me that they are in his DNA.

    He has the spatial awareness of Dill the Dog.
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    Re: The top six

    Post by MadAmster on Thu 22 Jan 2015, 7:10 am

    Stockport Ram wrote:


    He has the spatial awareness of Dill the Dog.

    Why so disparaging of Dill, Stockers? Dunno
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    Re: The top six

    Post by Stockport Ram on Thu 22 Jan 2015, 7:12 am

    MadAmster wrote:
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    He has the spatial awareness of Dill the Dog.

    Why so disparaging of Dill, Stockers?   Dunno

    I take that back Ammy.


    At least Dill had a nice warm welcoming face.

    ...and his tail waggged all the time.
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    Re: The top six

    Post by Ram78 on Sat 24 Jan 2015, 9:02 pm

    Obviously we didn't play but we down to 5th now and only 4 clear of 7th with a game in hand, think Tuesday vs Blackburn is a must win at this stage if we to get any momentum
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    Re: The top six

    Post by Boris on Sat 24 Jan 2015, 9:27 pm

    Stockport Ram wrote:
    RRC wrote:
    Boris wrote:
    RRC wrote:
    New England Ram wrote:League cup two legs Jo

    I'd forgotten it was the semi.

    I was reminded at once of McEveley kicking the ball out of Lewis Price's hands and presenting
    it straight to Gerrard who scored. That cost us a draw with Liverpool. Once a pillock . . .

    He was very unlucky for that Liverpool goal, didn't kick it out of the goalies hands....

    He was not unlucky. It was the usual red mist descending on him and being completely
    unaware of other players. He was a dreadful full back, constantly out of position and never
    knew who he was supposed to mark.

    Spot on RRC.

    I think someone on here referred to them as "McKeveley Moments", and last night confirmed yet again to me that they are in his DNA.

    He has the spatial awareness of Dill the Dog.

    He was pants agreed, but that goal against Liverpool was not a good example of him being pants...
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    Re: The top six

    Post by New England Ram on Fri 30 Jan 2015, 8:42 pm

    What did the plonker do for Watford to get sent off so quickly ?



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    Re: The top six

    Post by RRC on Fri 30 Jan 2015, 9:54 pm

    New England Ram wrote:What did the plonker do for Watford to get sent off so quickly ?

    It was a bad tackle but a soft red card because it wasn't a clear goal scoring opportunity.
    There must be a good chance of it being overturned on appeal.

    Typically there was an obvious red card later, which the ref (Lee Probert) didn't give against
    Watford (Pudil, I think), probably to compensate for his earlier mistake.



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    Post by SawleyRam on Fri 30 Jan 2015, 10:23 pm

    RRC wrote:
    New England Ram wrote:What did the plonker do for Watford to get sent off so quickly ?

    It was a bad tackle but a soft red card because it wasn't a clear goal scoring opportunity.
    There must be a good chance of it being overturned on appeal.

    Typically there was an obvious red card later, which the ref (Lee Probert) didn't give against
    Watford (Pudil, I think),  probably to compensate for his earlier mistake.

    It was too late by then, what a poor referee Probert is. Missed or got wrong several incidents. When will the referees' bosses take their heads out of the sand?
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    Post by bramhallram on Sat 31 Jan 2015, 12:04 pm

    New England Ram wrote:What did the plonker do for Watford to get sent off so quickly ?

    What he did was to have the misfortune to be in a game reffed by that idiot Probert. It was a foul and possibly a yellow card, but as another defender was behind him it certainly wasn't a sending off.

    Bournemouth might have won anyway, but it would have been harder if they weren't playing against ten men for 90 minutes.

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    Re: The top six

    Post by RRC on Sat 31 Jan 2015, 5:10 pm

    This weekend worked out rather well, with only us, Bournemouth and Boro winning.

    Ipswich, Brentford, Watford, Wolves, and Norwich all dropped points.

    The icing on the cake was the trees losing to Millwall.



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    Post by thatguyfromderby on Sat 31 Jan 2015, 5:13 pm

    RRC wrote:This weekend worked out rather well, with only us, Bournemouth and Boro winning.

    Ipswich, Brentford, Watford, Wolves, and Norwich all dropped points.

    The icing on the cake was the trees losing to Millwall.

    Desperately need one of the 2 to drop form. I still think Bournemouth are slipping a little and were lucky with a 10 man Watford.
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    Post by RRC on Sat 31 Jan 2015, 5:16 pm

    thatguyfromderby wrote:
    RRC wrote:This weekend worked out rather well, with only us, Bournemouth and Boro winning.

    Ipswich, Brentford, Watford, Wolves, and Norwich all dropped points.

    The icing on the cake was the trees losing to Millwall.

    Desperately need one of the 2 to drop form. I still think Bournemouth are slipping a little and were lucky with a 10 man Watford.

    We play them in the next but one game, a week on Tuesday, so we get the chance to upset
    their form ourselves. Fingers crossed!

    TBH I've always thought Ipswich with their old-fashioned tactics are the weakest of the top 5
    and I'd be happy if Boro dropped out too - we play them at home so that's in our hands.



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    Re: The top six

    Post by Stockport Ram on Sat 31 Jan 2015, 5:37 pm

    Boro were good today, and have some depth.

    I expect it will be perm any two from three, but would have included Norwich in that group had they not been silly enough to ostracise Phelan, who was pulling the strings magnificently.
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    Post by New England Ram on Sat 31 Jan 2015, 5:52 pm

    Boro not letting goals in and looking strong..,kin hell I reckon the fight for the top two will get massive media attention there are going to be so many teams in with a chance...




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