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Rick - Norfolk Owl

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  1. Still stuck in the jam. Aaargggh. 2 and half hours now
  2. SWFC_Police @SWFC_Police URGENT traffic update for League 1 playoff 2nd leg. M1 North and South closed between J37-J36 until 1800hr at the alABSOLUTE EARLIEST due to serious incident. Sunderland and SWFC fans travelling to game please be aware of this significant delay @SunderlandAFC @swfc #PLAYOFFS2022
  3. Before the wisecrack comments, I know I missed the turning off M1 for Hillsborough- I am / was picking someone up to double back to Sheffield We don’t have motorways in Norfolk - thank goodness !
  4. Been stuck stationary, dead stop for last 20 mins just 2 miles short of my turn off on M1 near Barnsley, North bound. Also no traffic at all on the South bound carriage, so something major must have happened. Suggest fans avoid the M1 but hope Sunderland bus is somewhere on the South bound carriageway
  5. Rather have WW in the final, assuming we turn Sunderland over tmw. Don’t think WW will be able to cope with the size of the pitch at Wembley - did you see the first leg v MKD where the sides had Ben brought in about 5metres on both sides presumably to stop MKD playing an expansive game. WW to win today but loose the final by some margin to us on the 21st. And Wembley gets to hear the MASSIVE noise from Owls fans again! “we’re on our way”
  6. Here we go. 7.30 adverts followed by 5 mins intro followed by adverts and repeat
  7. Leppings Lane opened and about 80 tickets left, so move quickly if you need to
  8. “There’s plenty of grouse in the country house, we’re eating as we should. I’m alright Jack, we’ve never had it so good “
  9. I only come up for the big matches and have a seat somewhere on what I think is called Lynn Lane. I’m hoping someone will be there to help direct me to my seat. I know all the songs though - tell me mam me mam, we’ve got Zidane, he’s short fat and round, only 4 foot off the ground, jump around Really up for it. Setting off in my tracker tmw morning - A17 traffic be warned
  10. Better than a long trip to Plymouth, however I think WW will beat Burton and bounce Plymouth out of 6th place Sunderland both ties would be epic ,,,, battle of the MASSIVES
  11. If it goes down to goals scored …. It currently stands at Sunderland. 78 Wednesday. 74 WW. 73 Plymouth. 68 So, aside from a landslide win by Plymouth and assuming Sunderland and WW win, then a draw on Saturday is enough to guarantee a play off place. And relax (a bit) but if we lose, Sunderland would just need a draw and the other 2 would need to win - then meltdown begins!
  12. So if it goes down to Goals scored …. It currently stands at Sunderland. 78 Wednesday. 74 WW. 73 Plymouth. 68 So, aside from a landslide win by Plymouth and assuming Sunderland and WW win, then a draw on Saturday is enough to guarantee a play off place I feel better now although aged somewhat in these last few weeks
  13. Like many I have spent the time looking at permutations in the case of multiple teams on the same points come 3pm on Saturday, so decided to check the rules on the EFL website. Final positions determined as follows - If two or more Clubs have scored the same number of points their position in the Division shall be determined on goal difference If any two or more Clubs have scored the same number of points and have the same goal difference the higher or highest placed Club shall be the Club having scored the most goals in League Matches in that Season. If two or more Clubs have the same number of points, goal difference and goals scored the highest placed Club shall be determined by the respective League records against each other, taking into account in order of precedence, points gained, goal difference and goals scored. If the above procedures do not separate the Clubs then the highest placed Club shall be determined by reference to the following criteria, in the order prescribed: 1 number of wins; 2 goals scored in away games; or 3 in accordance with the provisions of Regulation 9.4. Regulation 9.4 Where two or more Clubs are tied after the procedures set out in Regulations 9.1 to 9.3 inclusive then the highest placed Club shall be the Club which has accumulated the lowest total number of penalty points (as determined in accordance with Regulations 9.5 and 9.6) following the completion of 42 League Matches in the relevant Season. So there you have it. Let’s enjoy Saturday, make the Old Lady rock and own the 4th place to get the advantage of the 2nd Semi at home Final point - thank you to Darren M, the back room staff and the team for a fantastic season. Let’s round it off with another great weekend at Wembley, but with a winning result this time round. We’re on our way…….
  14. The sky is blue, the clouds are white Even God is a Wednesdayite PS. And the railings are B&W too. It’s an omen
  15. Quick look at the ticket page and we seem to have c4000 tickets left which are spread around the ground in clusters. I suspect these will go quickly if the results on Saturday are favourable but, as a pessimist, you probably can’t contemplate this
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