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punkskaphil

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  1. I think you're looking into it too much. It's a local radio station having their logo on a local Premier League club's partnerships board. I'm sure if we were in the Prem and Utd weren't, the BBC would be wanting their logo on our boards. Any Wednesday fans who normally listen to Radio Sheffield would have to be extraordinarily childish to suddenly stop simply because of this.
  2. Lost four in a row. Were 2-0 up at half-time at Bournemouth at the weekend, ended up losing 4-2.
  3. Are they sponsoring them? How much are they paying them?
  4. The one where we were 2-0 down at half time was in 96-97 and Hirst scored twice for us with Andy Booth getting the winner. The one you're describing - same fixture and result - was the following season.
  5. The thing with the trajectory line at this stage of the season is that it can change significantly in a very short space of time. If we win the next game, for example, that would change the angle enough that we'd be above the red line come the end of the season. Win two in a row and we're getting towards mid-table. It's only as we get into the second half of the season that it becomes more difficult to move the trajectory line and then it becomes more indicative of where we might end up.
  6. To be fair, the ball did bobble up just before his foot made contact with it. Should've taken a touch first though.
  7. 2-1 up going into injury time. Reminds me of that day at Rotherham a few years back.
  8. The plastic pitch was removed in '94, so it would've still been in place for the cup game. As Matthefish said, the scorers were Bart-Williams and Sheridan.
  9. I like the thought of Marshall and Batth being none the wiser after scoring.
  10. Weirdly, I sat next to John Pemberton during my first ever visit to Hillsborough.
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