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darra

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  1. anybody managed to log on yet? No listen live option so far
  2. The site discourages the posting of links to watch the match as it could get it into legal trouble.
  3. Maybe not but McCabe could make life difficult for them re access etc.
  4. Presumably McSue can ask an extortionate amount of money for those pieces of prime land.
  5. https://www.lincolnshirelive.co.uk/news/local-news/sheffield-united-striker-oli-mcburnie-7420397
  6. The reporter on SSN called it right. He said that at HT Cowley had seen where our strengths were and dealt with them so they did better 2nd half.
  7. My understanding of the new ruling is that as well as adding time on they should book offending players.
  8. Had another look at the stats. They bought Rhodes on after 89 minutes. Odd for a team struggling in front of goal or has his stock sunk so low? Wouldn't surprise me if he retired at the end of the season
  9. Slight improvement 2nd half 30% possession and two shots non on target.
  10. Hudders 27% possession and one shot off target at HT.
  11. He's doing it for a while then Les Dennis is taking over
  12. Supposedly expecting a record crowd for women's game. One for the honours board even though they didn't play in it. Not like that's stopped them before
  13. Bet there's one that's isn't full.
  14. Maybe but don't think he'd go there for much less. He was probably on a wedge at Man U.
  15. As per the title has been bought by Forest. Said on the radio that he's rumoured to be on £200k a week which again is rumoured to have not gone down well with some players
  16. Said on the radio both times it was coming from the Man U fans.
  17. As per the title. He was booed every time he touched the ball in a game a few days ago. Booed again when his name was announced pre-game. Time at Man U must be over soon?
  18. Think BPF against Ipswich except the player was stood in front of the keeper not behind.
  19. One of my footballing heroes. Former Germany striker Uwe Seeler, one of the greatest players in his country's footballing history, has died aged 85. Seeler scored 43 goals in 72 games for the then-West Germany and featured at four World Cups. He spent his entire club career at Hamburg, from 1954 to 1972, scoring 490 goals in 580 appearances. "We will never forget him and will always cherish him," said Hamburg board member Jonas Boldt. "Uwe Seeler stands for everything that characterises a good person: Down-to-earthness, loyalty, joie de vivre, plus he was always approachable. He is the epitome of HSV." Seeler is the club's all-time leading goalscorer and was made an honorary citizen of Hamburg in 2003. "Hamburg mourns Uwe Seeler. He was the first top scorer in the Bundesliga. He has now died surrounded by his loved ones," said a statement by the municipality of Hamburg. The striker captained West Germany 40 times, including for the defeat to England in the 1966 World Cup final. Pele recognised Seeler, who played at the same four World Cups as the Brazil legend, as one of Fifa's 125 greatest living players in 2004. Seeler became the first player to score at four World Cups, beating Pele to the record by only a few minutes. He was also named footballer of the year in Germany on three occasions and came third in the 1960 Ballon d'Or award. "A veteran of four World Cups, he played more than 70 times for his country and helped shape modern German football. Rest in peace, Uwe," Uefa said. European football's governing body said Seeler would be honoured in a moment of silence before Germany face Austria in the European Women's Championship quarter-final at Brentford Community Stadium on Thursday. A number of Bundesliga clubs have paid tribute to the prolific striker, with Bayern Munich chief executive Oliver Kahn saying his death is a "painful loss for the entire football family". "When you think of German football and greatest players, you think of Uwe Seeler," Kahn said. Hans-Joachim Watzke, the chief executive of Borussia Dortmund, added: "Uwe Seeler was an extraordinary footballer, but above all an extraordinary person. Without a doubt, he was one of the best strikers that Germany has ever produced."
  20. Still leaving unmarked players in the box at the far post at set pieces at times is a bit worrying.
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