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lambownumber5

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  1. Just nipped across for a quick nosey on their board. Aside from the initial over optimism, the one thing they were on the money with is that Barry Bannan bossed the game and was given far too much space to dictate the play as per previous games against them. They’re also none too happy about how niggly we were, make us sound like we’re a team of absolute animals, the southern pansies!
  2. I'm sure there's nothing in this one but Cocu went to Derby. Is our situation that far removed from theirs?
  3. Yes that was a basic school boy/ alcoholic error, I will flagellate my self accordingly!
  4. So true, I was just a naive youth at the time and remember taking a wee wee up against the brick wall urinal at the back of the cop at half time. The ‘push’ was obviously the major talking point and one old fella was lamenting the fact that we’d never see him in a Wednesday shirt again but I was certain he’d be back after his ban. The fact that I had a winning bet on us to beat Arsenal 1-0 is testament to my blind, deluded loyalty back then.
  5. My Dad used to drag me down to Millmoor (it was part and parcel of the culture of abuse in Rotherham back then). One of my enduring memories as a nipper was feeling really sorry for him due to the booing, dog’s abuse and general hatred he’d receive from his own fans. I think Dez was there back in the days when teams could only make one sub and if Rotherham were chasing the game, he was always the one to come on after about 65 minutes. The only two real real entertaining aspects about visiting Millmoor were the Pies and the Hecklers both of which were of a high standard at that point in time. I can remember one particular time Dez was warming up and a spectator behind the dugout shouted “Come on Dez, give us some magic” to which another wag in the crowd replied “Yeah make yourself f’king disappear”.
  6. I remember being in the godforsaken Railway end at Millmoor for a pre season friendly and seeing a guy with De Bilde’s name on the back of his shirt and a skull and cross bones instead of the number. There was much initial anticipation and a forlorn hope that we’d finally signed a strong, aggressive striker the likes of which we’d not seen since Hirst in his prime. 5 games in however it became clear he’d been subject to a frontal lobotomy and castration before his move to Hillsborough.
  7. Comments of an absolute tool but I've more time for them than the scumbags that inhabit the other side of the city.
  8. Having seen the photos it’s hard to get too het up when it’s such a tight decision. As a rank amateur defender i’d always prefer the benefit of doubt to go with the defenders otherwise what’s the point in playing for offside.
  9. Maybe I was young and easily impressed back then but Owen Morrison. That boy looked the shizzle for about 5 games, cutting in and scoring 30 Yard screamers for fun until everyone sussed out he was a right footed, one trick pony playing on the left wing.
  10. He must be the oldest one in there Womble Owl! Bar is always 4 deep with Yoofs, each buying an individual pint of shandy/ pack of crisps and paying electronically with their phone/ watch/ Nike Air max trainer.
  11. Big Kenwyne Jones’s debut away at Donni wasn’t to shabby scoring one and setting one before going on to score 7 in his 1st 7 games.
  12. I thought you were referring to the old adage of: 'there's no such thing as bad Pelupessy!'
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