Relegation Watch

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Re: Relegation Watch

by Hound » 02 May 2018 10:51

Silver Fox wrote:Interesting* to note that Sky's ad for Sunday's game shows no clips of us in action (add your own gag) and merely mentions the race for promotion, suggesting they think our result is unimportant


I'm not sure 'Watch Reading's bunch of spineless wasters fail miserably in their attempt to get a point, and stay up only coz some other teams are slightly more shit' would bring the viewers in tbh

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Re: Relegation Watch

by Sutekh » 02 May 2018 14:22

Hound wrote:
Silver Fox wrote:Interesting* to note that Sky's ad for Sunday's game shows no clips of us in action (add your own gag) and merely mentions the race for promotion, suggesting they think our result is unimportant


I'm not sure 'Watch Reading's bunch of spineless wasters fail miserably in their attempt to get a point, and stay up only coz some other teams are slightly more shit' would bring the viewers in tbh


Bet we'll all watch it for that though.

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Re: Relegation Watch

by Hound » 02 May 2018 14:34

Sutekh wrote:
Hound wrote:
Silver Fox wrote:Interesting* to note that Sky's ad for Sunday's game shows no clips of us in action (add your own gag) and merely mentions the race for promotion, suggesting they think our result is unimportant


I'm not sure 'Watch Reading's bunch of spineless wasters fail miserably in their attempt to get a point, and stay up only coz some other teams are slightly more shit' would bring the viewers in tbh


Bet we'll all watch it for that though.


only through a sense of duty rather than wanting to watch it though

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Re: Relegation Watch

by Snowball » 02 May 2018 14:47

Hound wrote:
Sutekh wrote:
Hound wrote:
I'm not sure 'Watch Reading's bunch of spineless wasters fail miserably in their attempt to get a point, and stay up only coz some other teams are slightly more shit' would bring the viewers in tbh


Bet we'll all watch it for that though.


only through a sense of duty rather than wanting to watch it though


I shall sit with my back to the TV

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Re: Relegation Watch

by leon » 02 May 2018 14:53

Snowball wrote:
Hound wrote:
Sutekh wrote:
Bet we'll all watch it for that though.


only through a sense of duty rather than wanting to watch it though


I shall sit with my back to the TV


me and jnr leon II are going to boo through the whole game and at the final whistle run onto the lawn and smash the trampoline up


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Re: Relegation Watch

by windermereROYAL » 02 May 2018 17:19

Nice sunny day forecast, I`m not going anywhere near the telly. will just check my phone for updates.

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Re: Relegation Watch

by Franchise FC » 02 May 2018 22:16

Put the bet on the set of results that means we go down.

Feel a little dirty betting against us, but I will be more than grand better off if we go down.

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Re: Relegation Watch

by Double d v2 » 03 May 2018 21:04

Franchise FC wrote:Put the bet on the set of results that means we go down.

Feel a little dirty betting against us, but I will be more than grand better off if we go down.


I did 50p on fulham draw, cardiff, burton and barnsley win for 56 quid.

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Re: Relegation Watch

by windermereROYAL » 03 May 2018 21:10

Double d v2 wrote:
Franchise FC wrote:Put the bet on the set of results that means we go down.

Feel a little dirty betting against us, but I will be more than grand better off if we go down.


I did 50p on fulham draw, cardiff, burton and barnsley win for 56 quid.


You big spender you.


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Re: Relegation Watch

by oldebiscuit » 03 May 2018 22:40

Snowball wrote:
Hound wrote:
Sutekh wrote:


I shall sit with my back to the TV


double d has been doing that for years without realising why he cant see much.

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Re: Relegation Watch

by Dr_Hfuhruhurr » 08 May 2018 04:21

Goodnight dear Relegation Watch.
You will always be remembered as a beacon for poor betting advice

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Re: Relegation Watch

by Snowball » 08 May 2018 13:48

Dr_Hfuhruhurr wrote:Goodnight dear Relegation Watch.
You will always be remembered as a beacon for poor betting advice



Hah


but not IMO. I didn't think we would go down once Stam went
but the Judas bet felt like good odds (and a win would have been compensation)

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