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by Mr Optimist
16 Nov 2017 20:35
Forum: The Team
Topic: MATCHWATCH : Wolverhampton Wanderers (h) sponsored by the search for a Saturday home win
Replies: 56
Views: 4818

Re: MATCHWATCH : Wolverhampton Wanderers (h) sponsored by the search for a Saturday home win

Hound wrote:Be pretty easy to locate any Wolves fans where they shouldn’t be by their ridiculous accent though


That and the slip on Lonsdale trainers.
by Mr Optimist
16 Nov 2017 19:18
Forum: The Team
Topic: Confimred new owners of Raeding Football Club
Replies: 8666
Views: 321998

Re: Confimred new owners of Reading Football Club

Could the Thai's be in co-hoots with the Chinese and plan on forming the Thames Valley Royals and selling both stadiums to groundshare with Didcot Town? With Anton and Samuelson behind the whole thing!! It all makes sense now! And they would probably have got way with it too if it wasn't for you pe...
by Mr Optimist
13 Nov 2017 13:27
Forum: The Team
Topic: Royston Drenthe
Replies: 29
Views: 2620

Re: Royston Drenthe

genome wrote:Just not sure how a professional footballer has the time to have 5 children, especially one with such a well travelled career. Unless he has a cavalier attitude to contraception


At least he was there for their inception.
by Mr Optimist
04 Nov 2017 20:34
Forum: The Team
Topic: Opposition fans back from the game
Replies: 1626
Views: 347039

Re: Opposition fans back from the game

Their fans normal response to a defeat is to suggest spunking a few more million of someone's money in the next transfer window. Not really worked in the last five years though has it.
by Mr Optimist
29 Sep 2017 12:08
Forum: Club Policies
Topic: Millwall (a)
Replies: 36
Views: 3709

Re: Millwall (a)

The original Den was a much more inhospitable, intimidating and edgy place to go and watch football. The ground, the approach and streets around it, the pubs, everything, not helped by the fearsome reputation of the locals. It was a rough arse place. Bunny makes a good point that if Millwall had to ...
by Mr Optimist
27 Sep 2017 09:18
Forum: Club Policies
Topic: Millwall (a)
Replies: 36
Views: 3709

Re: Millwall (a)i

Ridiculous post. This is one of the best away days in the league - great traditional 4 sided stadium too. Yeah it's so good it comes 75/92 in 4-4-2 magazine's worst match day experience :lol: where 92 is the worst (Coventry City btw). Having said that the stadium gets quite a good write up - "...
by Mr Optimist
25 Sep 2017 17:28
Forum: The Team
Topic: Rival Watch
Replies: 1162
Views: 118271

Re: Rival Watch

leon wrote:My Bolton supporting chum reckons Parkinson out Alladyce in. Err right.


My Bolton supporting mate says they are about to go into administration again so minus 10 points and goodbye Bolton before the end of September.
by Mr Optimist
25 Sep 2017 11:37
Forum: The Team
Topic: Jaap's Radio Comments
Replies: 185
Views: 12331

Re: Jaap's Radio Comments

Five + years of disconnect with faceless and anonymous foreign owners doesn't help the soul of a club either but that's 21 century football for you, unless you are lucky to still have someone with deep pockets and a genuine passion for your club involved, but they are nearly an extinct breed.
by Mr Optimist
14 Sep 2017 16:11
Forum: The Team
Topic: Oxford - Reading
Replies: 64
Views: 7799

Re: Oxford - Reading

That 1989 game was all a bit of a pissed up blur after getting wasted at that pub by North Camp station beforehand. I think that was the same day that "Ratty" booted some Aldershot bloke off a scooter as he rode past giving it the biggun.
by Mr Optimist
08 Sep 2017 12:39
Forum: The Team
Topic: Bristol City (H) Predictions
Replies: 40
Views: 3433

Re: Bristol City (H) Predictions

Reading 8 - Lower League City 0
by Mr Optimist
08 Sep 2017 09:26
Forum: Club Policies
Topic: Stop explicit language in the ground...
Replies: 61
Views: 5249

Re: Stop explicit language in the ground...

I'm scared of where all this is going to end. Salad and healthy options to replace pies and burgers, or perhaps replaced by an m and s food shop, no alchoholic drinks for sale in the concourse. Can we hand back the keys and start football again somewhere else? id just like to say, if th eclub are r...
by Mr Optimist
07 Sep 2017 20:32
Forum: Club Policies
Topic: Stop explicit language in the ground...
Replies: 61
Views: 5249

Re: Stop explicit language in the ground...

I'm scared of where all this is going to end. Salad and healthy options to replace pies and burgers, or perhaps replaced by an m and s food shop, no alchoholic drinks for sale in the concourse. Can we hand back the keys and start football again somewhere else?
by Mr Optimist
05 Sep 2017 21:00
Forum: Club Policies
Topic: Stop explicit language in the ground...
Replies: 61
Views: 5249

Re: Stop explicit language in the ground...

theres a family section in the north and a quiet section for chin stroking in the west stand. anyone who sits near y25 and then complains about the swearing is a oxf*rd oxf*rd I don't know. There's a young chubby ginger-haired lad towards the top of Y25 who says a certain four letter word beginning...
by Mr Optimist
05 Sep 2017 06:57
Forum: The Team
Topic: Reading FC 1985/86
Replies: 32
Views: 3059

Re: Reading FC 1985/86

My favourite memory of the season was the Newport County away game. As a 16 year old and being one of my earliest away games I remember all the cars with blue and white scarves flying out their windows going down the M4 and standing on that curved partly covered terrace behind the goal at Somerton P...
by Mr Optimist
15 Aug 2017 19:15
Forum: Club Policies
Topic: Food vans
Replies: 24
Views: 2530

Re: Food vans

What we need is some old authentic Reading street food, like the old converted ambulance kebab vans from the Oxford Road and Caversham from days of yore. Good old traditional Berkshire home cooking at its finest.
by Mr Optimist
15 Aug 2017 19:10
Forum: Club Policies
Topic: Food vans
Replies: 24
Views: 2530

Re: Food vans

What we need is some old authentic Reading street food, like the old converted ambulance kebab vans from the Oxford Road and Caversham from days of yore. Good old traditional Berkshire home cooking at its finest.
by Mr Optimist
15 Aug 2017 19:09
Forum: Club Policies
Topic: Food vans
Replies: 24
Views: 2530

Re: Food vans

What we need is some old authentic Reading street food, like the old converted ambulance kebab vans from the Oxford Road and Caversham from days of yore. Good old traditional Berkshire home cooking at its finest.
by Mr Optimist
15 Aug 2017 11:20
Forum: The Team
Topic: BFTG - Fulham
Replies: 137
Views: 11147

Re: BFTG - Fulham

Some quite sweet comments on the Fulham fans forum. One fan loved the Fulham fans wit and originality singing about seeing us cry on the tv (in the final, not the semi final), your grounds too big for you (if only we were like Fulham packing out their 30,000 stadium every week), and Huddersfield (ye...
by Mr Optimist
24 Jul 2017 21:06
Forum: Club Policies
Topic: Next seasons kit choice?
Replies: 4360
Views: 361571

Re: Next seasons kit choice?

No Fixed Abode wrote:
No Fixed Abode wrote:Home kit has a whole at the top to put your head through.


May 26th. 8)
by Mr Optimist
07 Jun 2017 21:06
Forum: Rumours and Gossip
Topic: Rumour - Liam Moore > Burnley
Replies: 8
Views: 2052

Re: Rumour - Liam Moore > Burnley

Burnley is an absolute hole though reckon a lot depends on if Stam stays. To be fair if he goes, can see Moore moving on again Burnley is only a hole if you are dolescum social underclass spunking your benefits on dodgy baccy, blue wkd, spray tans and lottery scratch cards. If you are earning thirt...
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