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  1. Bit harsh to accuse him of stealing a living IMO. Any club signing Wickham with his injury track record, should know exactly what they're getting. The real shame is that when fit, he's a really good Championship/lower Premier League player.
  2. This is the way to go. Little tip though, they’ve opened a new part of the A14 which now takes you around the back of Huntingdon. Rather than turning off the A1 just south of Peterborough, you will now carry on south and automatically join the A14 - you can’t miss it. You can’t get past Huntingdon, so if anyone does try to turn off like they would have done a year or so back, you’d have to drive through the middle of Huntingdon which isn’t great at the best of times.
  3. Surprised the keeper didn't start moaning about it. Always used to tickle me when a keeper would flip during a shooting session when someone had the audacity to lob them.
  4. It’s one where I’ll happily put my faith in Darren Moore. Sounds like he’s maintained contact with Berahino and he’ll know deep down if he stands any chance of getting a tune out of him or not. Being honest I’d completely forgotten he was still playing.
  5. Knee and Wembley Lee Gregory, Gregory He'll score with his head or knee He'll take us to Wembley Lee Gregory, Gregory.
  6. They all come round to their senses in the end. If Gregory does well here and the fans get behind him, he'll be a lifelong Owl.
  7. No, I mean that Derby, like others, including Wednesday, rolled the dice and opted to gamble on a promotion charge, which outright wasn't sustainable. However, it was done with a view to sticking two fingers up at FFP and paying what would effectively be a small fine whilst in the promised land of the Premier League. It clearly didn't work for either of us and this forced both clubs to go down the route of creative/clever accounting, or looking for loopholes to cover losses. You've rightly mentioned we all suffer as fans but it still stands that if neither club had tried to cheat the system in the first place, we wouldn't be in the current financial mess we both find ourselves in - I'm afraid that this simply doesn't happen by accident.
  8. Yeah because the EFL were over the moon with that decision, they're only biding their time to come down on Derby with their resubmitted accounts. I'm well aware we've got no right to take the moral high ground with financial matters but Derby knew full well what they were doing.
  9. Ah yeah but according to the Derby fan on here, they didn’t do it intentionally.
  10. Exactly, you would assume, or rather hope, that both Wednesday and Derby knew the rules like every other club in the league. Therefore nobody can break those rules by accident It’ll be a combination of ignorance, arrogance and as you say, incompetence - either way, it’s still cheating and I’m ashamed to have any association with this club at the moment.
  11. I bet Charlton fans are even more angry this morning with this news.
  12. I guess it's fair to say the model in the second picture isn't a fan of the slim fit trouser.
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