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Ozymandias Owl

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  1. Only a Wednesdayite would make that challenge in 2020 and think it's reasonable...
  2. Not any more. Let's be fair we don't want to see anyone's leg snapped in two. Feel sorry for Shaw though. No one's going to get away with that challenge in the championship, especially if it's a televised game.
  3. "Yes, Sir about 90 yards forward hoping the lightning Rhodes can get on the end of a Bannan punt..." 3-0 Wednesday. (Rhodes hatrick) Rhodes is on fire, your defence is terrified Rhodes is on fire, your defence is terrified Rhodes is on fire, your defence is terrified Just off to check the odds on this dead cert... Rhodes has got to be as mad as hell after the public humiliation in the last game. Can he enflict the anger on Reading? (Hope they've brought a good book) Pre match warm up music: Alan Partridge Project. Sirius
  4. Maybe a Mullet might give Paterson the edge we need in front of goal, especially if he keeps that tache...
  5. I thought it was a thread about the last 48 games
  6. 3 - 1 Wednesday Reach, Paterson, Harris for Wednesday Fox for Stoke... Off to look at the odds of this certainty on William Hill...
  7. Fox wasn't a bad player in the end, when he was told to concentrate only on defending.
  8. That's him scoring a setpiece against us today then
  9. I think Pulis bringing JVA off after he got skinned by Ayew was a great sign. Pulis knew they would target him, and he'd lost his composure. Great call, and not afraid to make the difficult decision there.
  10. Piggings We'll win em... Imagine if we could? I wonder which Stoke players would get into our first team? (Probably Fletch, when he returns to fitness in February)
  11. Definitely post heavey weight, wasn't even aware they existed. As I recall now they broke quite easily if you accidentally trod on them. I think me and my brother were down to 7 aside before Football Manager on the BBC Micro ended my subuteo career. (Trevor Francis was a reyt player on Football Manager btw) Ironically, I'm sure one of the Gothenburg players would have been Maradona in my head. Shouldn't really mention it on here, but I was bequeathed the pitch by my uncle, who supports the other team in Sheffield. I think the standard players in the box were
  12. It was IFK Gothenburg though wasn't it if you looked on the box? Used to get my mitre football trainers from Sugg Sport back in the day.
  13. Could do a job at centre back though couldn't he? Van Aken must have a decent shot on him, and he's not going to keep his place when they are all fit. TBF Borner is always in the right place at corners for an attempt on goal. I think we might see Harris start up front before these players though. Pulis has already stated we're missing Windass and Harris' pace up front. Thank god Pulis doesn't see Harris as a wing back like Monk
  14. Commedy Gold: Andy Giddings on RS was spinning the old yarn again last night about the other club in Sheffield who attempted to sign him, only to inexplicably miss out on his signature to Barcelona Giddings opined maybe Diego would have been better off signing for ### #### as it didn't work out for him at Barcelona. Had me rolling around on the floor in laughter.
  15. He was better than Zidane, Beckham and lots of others world class Football names. Whether he's better than Pele or Best, that's open to opinion and debate. Don't get me wrong. I was angry as hell when the hand of God incident happened. He was the best footballer in that tournament in 86 and for me, he embarrassed himself looking back. He had his reasons. England and Argentina had only just recently been at war. There was clearly hatred involved on his part. In Argentina they love him for it. El Carterista they called him. The pick pocket. Let's also remember the ref turned a blind
  16. My first memories of Diego were those Blue and White stripes WAWAW
  17. Genius. Not flawed Genius. Genius. He recognised his own flaws, but he lived a life, his way. I think you can say he had an addictive personality. To get to his level of mastery over the ball, his first addiction was clearly football. RIP Diego https://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/news/diego-maradona-dead-last-interview-23068815?int_source=taboola&int_medium=display&int_campaign=organic
  18. Saw glimses of it starting to break through tonight.
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