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  1. Di Canio was an exciting player, but 6th best foreign player in Prem history?! Off the top of my head - Cantona, Henry, Bergkamp, Zola, Aguero, Van Nistelrooy, Silva, Ronaldo, Drogba and Hazard. There’s reason enough that he shouldn’t be in the top 10, and that’s without even looking at players other than forwards. Where was Roland Nilsson in this list?
  2. Is it iFollow or bust? I’ve had a very poor experience with it before so reluctant to shell out if it’s likely to be that bad again. I saw this but have never heard of scorebat before - surely not legit/likely to work? https://www.scorebat.com/sheffield-wednesday-vs-west-bromwich-albion-live-stream/ Any other options? Cheers
  3. I know that interviewer's brother, Eddie. Right nasty b*stard, he is.
  4. For reasons beyond my control I were neither able to attend nor see today's game on telly. Currently doing a likely lads...daren't search for highlights for fear of seeing the final score. Is there a link to the full game or extended highlights that someone could be kind enough to post up? Cheers.
  5. Preparations for the World Fair in Sheffield next year look to be going well...
  6. My boss is a Newcastle season ticket holder and I live in Hull where I'm surrounded by season ticket holders at the KCOM. I don't know one person who rates Diame.
  7. Fair enough. This will be my first trip to the new Wembley so I don't really know what the set up is. I was imagining if each group of supporters were given blocks from the halfway line to behind the goal, then blocks could be left in abeyance in 2 of the 'corners' where the opposing sets of seating would naturally come together. This would work as far as I can tell on a purely seating arrangement level, but maybe doesn't work from a ground entry/exit perspective, and might not be ideal for atmosphere either as the 2 teams then wouldn't have their own 'end' as such.
  8. Haven't you answered your own question? Surely if we're selling 5k more every match on average then an allocation of at least 5k more at Wembley would be a reasonable starting position, irrespective of Wednesday's much larger (inter)national support which I fully understand the FL/FA can't start to get involved in guessing at.
  9. Ah, so it's all Hull's fault then, in essence? I would have thought the FL (or FA if I've got that bit wrong) could allocate 30,000 or 35,000 to each club as a standard policy and then allocate the rest based on sales, but maybe I'm being naive given the timescales involved.
  10. I've got mine, grandad, so I personally don't want any extra, thanks. I was merely asking the question because it seems rather ludicrous to me to have reams of empty seats at a season finale when there are many fans who would be happy to buy them. But if you disagree then by all means crack on.
  11. Please forgive my ignorance, I just wondered who arranges the ticket allocations for non-England matches at Wembley - I presume some liaison between the FA and FL is necessary but who makes the call about allocating numbers to each team and not keeping some back to allocate once initial sales figures have become clear? I presume the FL? Cheers, EP
  12. IF I can get a ticket I'll have to travel down on my Jack Jones, but will be meeting up with mates in London. Problem for me is I have less points this season than the lads I go to games with - so I'm assuming we won't be able to get seats together in the ground as they'll be able to buy theirs online a couple of days before I get mine. Is that how it works? If so, and given that you can only buy one ticket per ID, doesn't that mean that for the non-ST fans there will be lots of folk sitting with people they've never met before in the ground? Or am I being dim? I think I preferred the days
  13. Breathless! Are there any links yet to extended highlights,I need to relive that before work tomoz UTO
  14. Anyone know when these go on sale to ST holders? Cheers
  15. In terms of minutes on the pitch, doesn't his return now equate to 6 goals in just over 7 games? Considering that includes time to get back to match fitness and bed into a new team and system, that's some going. Sign him up I say, even when he is missing some good chances his forward play is bringing others into the game and our strikers behind him in the pecking order don't necessarily have the same level of reading of the game to get into those positions in the first place.
  16. Thanks for your help everyone. Can't see me getting any then after the ST holders have had their dibs :-(
  17. Afternoon, Does anyone know when these go on sale, and what the likelihood is of getting any for us non-ST holders/non-members? We normally get allocated 5,000 for this one don't we? Cheers.
  18. Brilliant. Knew I could count on you fellas. Much obliged.
  19. Can anyone enlighten me on who would have predominantly played no.8 for the Owls in the 1978-9 season? Have tried the various statto type sites out there but can only find details on goals and appearances, not playing positions. Cheers.
  20. Hull fans had plenty of time to judge Zayatte - you won't find many that rate him.
  21. I totally agree. But if you think that's bad spare a thought for the poor mams and dads of Dortmund. As well as a new home, away and third strip this season, they also had the gall to bring out a different kit just for the Champions League. And as if that wasn't enough, they then racked up a fifth new kit of the season by bringing out a bleeding 'Christmas kit'!!! http://www.footballshirtculture.com/12/13-kits/borussia-dortmund-2012-2013-puma-winter-football-shirt.html All nice threads mind.
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