Stevenage (h)

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Re: Stevenage (h)

by EverHopeful » 11 Jan 2018 23:22

Barney wrote:Is there ANY chance that for those NOT attending the Stevenage replay, they keep their utterly tedious boring repetitive gloomy
depressing pessimistic sad uninteresting reasons to themselves.

Much appreciated, Thank you.


Barney, why the hell should they? everyone is entitled to their opinion and at least on social media its not directed at the Team although based on Saturday they probably deserve it. Incidentally i was there Sat and will be there on Tues as for some reason I have a sense of loyalty and happily (most of the time) as i have been there for the last 35 years this has been the case and believe me i am not an old fart (yet). However the last 2 years in particular have been the most turgid football i have witnessed in a long time and anyone who thinks any different is deluded (Rogers was the same for a period) and that includes last season, wembley included which needed unbelievable patience.

enough said

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Re: Stevenage (h)

by tee peg » 12 Jan 2018 08:17

EverHopeful wrote:
Barney wrote:Is there ANY chance that for those NOT attending the Stevenage replay, they keep their utterly tedious boring repetitive gloomy
depressing pessimistic sad uninteresting reasons to themselves.

Much appreciated, Thank you.


Barney, why the hell should they? everyone is entitled to their opinion and at least on social media its not directed at the Team although based on Saturday they probably deserve it. Incidentally i was there Sat and will be there on Tues as for some reason I have a sense of loyalty and happily (most of the time) as i have been there for the last 35 years this has been the case and believe me i am not an old fart (yet). However the last 2 years in particular have been the most turgid football i have witnessed in a long time and anyone who thinks any different is deluded (Rogers was the same for a period) and that includes last season, wembley included which needed unbelievable patience.

enough said


Spot on you old fart. :lol:

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Re: Stevenage (h)

by LWJ » 12 Jan 2018 09:40

IN x2

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Re: Stevenage (h)

by John Smith » 12 Jan 2018 12:37

Old Man Andrews wrote:I think we disagree on a lot of things but one thing we can agree on is the words "Jaap Stam" and "Masterplan" should not be in the same sentence.

Are you going to Hull?

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Re: Stevenage (h)

by Old Man Andrews » 12 Jan 2018 12:42

John Smith wrote:
Old Man Andrews wrote:I think we disagree on a lot of things but one thing we can agree on is the words "Jaap Stam" and "Masterplan" should not be in the same sentence.

Are you going to Hull?


No sadly. You?


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Re: Stevenage (h)

by John Smith » 12 Jan 2018 12:43

Old Man Andrews wrote:
John Smith wrote:
Old Man Andrews wrote:I think we disagree on a lot of things but one thing we can agree on is the words "Jaap Stam" and "Masterplan" should not be in the same sentence.

Are you going to Hull?


No sadly. You?

I was hoping you could give me a lift. This should really be moved to the Hull thread.

To answer your question, possibly.

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Re: Stevenage (h)

by Old Man Andrews » 12 Jan 2018 12:47

John Smith wrote:
Old Man Andrews wrote:
John Smith wrote:Are you going to Hull?


No sadly. You?

I was hoping you could give me a lift. This should really be moved to the Hull thread.

To answer your question, possibly.


Yeah I would have done if I was going. Hull is about half an hour too far away for me to get to in time after my Saturday morning commitments, shame really. Brother supports Hull so its a bit of a derby.

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Re: Stevenage (h)

by tmesis » 14 Jan 2018 17:39

Barney wrote:Is there ANY chance that for those NOT attending the Stevenage replay...


Jealousy is a very negative emotion.

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Re: Stevenage (h)

by Berry » 14 Jan 2018 18:36

John Smith wrote:
Old Man Andrews wrote:
John Smith wrote:Ok, I'll definitely book in the East stand in that case then


Good news for you about the attendance being low eh? Might actually have a spare 6 seats around you to fit your backside on.

Meow!

I will await your in depth match report complete with quotes from the touchline where you have eavesdropped and deciphered Stam's masterplan


Back for some more paint drying Mr Smith.....B&Q is free I believe but don't leave your car there as may be clamped


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Re: Stevenage (h)

by Green » 16 Jan 2018 09:36

Barney wrote:Is there ANY chance that for those NOT attending the Stevenage replay, they keep their utterly tedious boring repetitive gloomy
depressing pessimistic sad uninteresting reasons to themselves.

Much appreciated, Thank you.

Hi Barney. You must be new around here.

Welcome to the board.

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Re: Stevenage (h)

by John Smith » 16 Jan 2018 10:57

Berry wrote:Back for some more paint drying Mr Smith.....B&Q is free I believe but don't leave your car there as may be clamped

I've read this three times and I still don't get it. For the record I don't drive to games - the clue being in the name.

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Re: Stevenage (h)

by Dennis the Butler » 16 Jan 2018 11:10

Maybe Berry is comparing watching Reading these days is like watching paint dry .. personally I'd rather sit outside and watch a turd harden in the sun !

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Re: Stevenage (h)

by killerbee » 16 Jan 2018 11:50

OUT! Unallocated seating = no chance! Simples! :lol:


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