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    My uncle lost his battle to this in Royal Bolton this morning, so he will be one of today’s numbers. last rites over the phone held by a nurse with no family there. made an exception yesterday evening and allowed my Aunt in for a short while to say goodbye , she was so covered up and him in such a way will never know if he knew, but my aunt said he did and took comfort from it. None of his kids have seen him since last Thursday and can’t even be with their mum now. Not writing this for sympathy, very few know me and I know most on here are decent enough without needing to say anything. writing this to firstly echo how brilliant the staff Bolton are, cannot express how fantastic and hard working they are while remaining compassionate and patient. Special breed of person . Thank you to all posters on here who work there, for all I know you were the one that sat and held his hand in the absence of his family secondly, from reading not many do, but, if you think the virus doesn’t kill but rather underlying conditions do, be in no doubt this virus killed him, he wasn’t going to die if he got flu or a cold. thirdly, if you can’t imagine what we are going through, if you go out and ignore the rules you’ll be risking putting someone else through this and maybe even your own family will experience it or yourself and believe me, it’s fucking grim so stay home. Its also a better place for me to just write this than Facebook etc so thanks for obliging me in that.
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    That was one of the loveliest things to ever happen. Stood in my garden sobbing like a baby! Proud to work for the NHS 👏👏👏👏❤️
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    I’ve sat with my mum who is slipping away, literally breathing her last today. She idolises the Queen, and whilst she didn’t in all likelihood hear that, I know she would have loved every single word. When she said ‘we’ll meet again’ I lost it and don’t think I’ll recover for a long time. Lost.
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    Give it a fucking rest eh ‘somebody’s moral expectations of someone are very different to the legal obligations you know that and I know that. So why don’t you lay off patronising folk Chris and keep this beeno chat to another forum or chats with your mates. Folk are suffering cos the club they love is dying and between you and your patronising and fanny5 and his bleating his incorrect opinions almost rhythmically it’s getting on folks nerves. Some folk have no idea about legal obligations either. You do as do I but ask me to change a plug I’ve no idea doesn’t give anyone the right to patronise me a treat me like an idiot rant over but please just wind your neck in
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    Fucking massive clear out coming on WW later, either way.
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    And all the other staff to be fair Thanks for everything
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    I think an original Youri "tophat" sketch would cheer up the nation, or maybe the one of Nolan doing some pointing...
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    Jake Wright was the defensive organiser (very aware of what’s going on, always talking, shouting, pointing) in our league one promotion year and is actually bit of a legend at Bramall Lane after his run of over 30 games without defeat I cannot think of a better player for you to bring in under the circumstances - well liked modest and sensible professional who you could build a defence around and I expect would also bring on your younger players Wish him success, hearty thanks and I hope he is as good for you as he was for the Blades
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    Right I usually hate it when people do this but I'm going to do it anyway. A quote from a bloke I like watching on YouTube. ' If we commemorate one thing, then that should presumably be the biggest human event that affects us today. The biggest event in human history was World War Two. It was the biggest war, the deadliest war, the most widespread war and the event that changed the world the most. At the start of the war, Russia was a sleeping bear, Britain was the most powerful nation on the planet, and Germany was a brutal dictatorship. At the end of the war, The USSR was a superpower that rivalled its arch enemy the USA, and the USA was tremendously wealthy. In the 1930s, the USA was in economic crisis. In the 1950s, the Russian and British precious metal reserves were in Fort Knox, and American teenagers had cars. The British economy was wrecked, and India was well along the road to independence. The political situation of the world had changed. Germany was a peace-loving democracy. Worldwide, there has been peace since WW2. Yes, there have been many localised wars, but nothing like the wars of old. When the people fought, they fought (in the main) for peace. That was the stated aim of the Allies. The British population consented to conscription. It was understood that this was a peace worth fighting for. Sixty million people died, and many more were wounded, bereaved, made homeless, but it was understood that there was some purpose behind the struggle. The war achieved a lasting peace. NATO was formed. For the first time, trials were held for 'crimes against humanity'. A war like this was not to happen again. So far, it hasn't. I grew up never fearing that the French were about to invade. Wars were things that happened far away. What has kept the peace for the last 75 years in Europe? Not nuclear weapons, not treaties, they may have helped, but in the main it was World War Two. At the start of the war, the RAF had Gloster Gladiator biplanes. At the end, it had Glostor Meteor jet fighters. The leap in technology was stupendous - greater than in any other period of the same length. If you want to understand the world as it is today, you have to know about World War Two. It explains the borders of nations, the technology, the political relationships. If you want people to understand the world, they have to remember what created it, and so it is important to remember World War Two. It is a little bit of a pity that VE Day is the day to do it, since VJ Day was still to come. One day to cover the whole war better would be ideal, but a day had to be picked, and it is VE Day, which is understandable. For the British, it was closer to home. Today, we have a one-day holiday to mark VE Day. And why should the British in particular remember this day? Because Britain risked it all, and damn near lost it all. In 1940, France fell in a couple of weeks, and the French surrendered and swapped sides. The French navy refused to carry on the fight and join the British, and went to war with Britain. The Germans held massive victory parades because the war was over and they had won. Russia was allied to Germany - one brutal dictatorship hand-in-hand with another. Britain was surrounded. To the east, France was ruled from Vichy with an Axis government, and the Netherlands and Belgium were conquered. To the north, Norway and Denmark were conquered too, with Quisling ruling Norway on the Axis side, and German battleships pouncing from the fjords, and airbases in range of Blighty. To the south was Spain, ruled by Franco and his Axis dictatorship. To the west was the wide cold Atlantic across which the Americans refused to join the war, completely convinced that if the British fought on, they would last but a few days. A US Gallop poll showed that the American public was evenly split over which side in the war was in the right. It was over. The world had lost, and even Britain had for a while thrown in the towel. But then the nation changed direction, and made a decision that the whole world, including much of Britain at the time, thought was completely bonkers. Britain would honour her treaty with Poland and fight on, alone if need be, and at that time, she was completely alone. So be it. Fuck Hitler, and fuck everybody else who was doing nothing. For the next two years, Britain limped from one defeat to the next, but kept going. Commonwealth nations answered the call and joined in. The British Indian army eventually became the biggest volunteer army of all time. Troops gathered, to fight against fascists and Nazis, from Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, the Caribbean, and beyond. The tiny fortresses of Gibraltar (expected to last two days) and Malta held out for the entire war, despite horrendous suffering. All this effort was worth it, right? Tell me it wasn't for nothing. Tell me that the young women parachuted into France at night to organise the French resistance, many of whom were caught and shot but never betrayed their contacts - tell me that they weren't just silly girls having an adventure. Tell me that the stupendous loss of life in Stalingrad had some purpose to it. If not, then think about what this means - that you presumably don't think it important whether we are ruled by Nazis or not, or that perhaps you prefer non-Nazi regimes on the whole, but are unwilling to show the tiniest bit of gratitude for the astounding generation that fought World War Two and against the odds and all expectations managed to win it for us. We are rich because of World War Two, we are safe because of World War Two, we are free and British because of World War Two. I get to be a YouTuber because of World War Two (I doubt the Nazi Party would have approved of user-generated content). Why am I writing this? Not because it is VE Day, but because I last week heard actual British adults saying that commemorating VE Day was a stupid waste of time, since everyone who fought in the war is now dead. Well, some of them are not dead, actually, but even if they were, that is no excuse.'
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    So pleased that I willed you to survive and flourish Ladies & Gentlemen of the Wanderers ..... We doff our flagons Of Cider too you 👏👏💪 😃 Wanderers ..... Wanderers .... Hope your excellent travelling numbers survive their trip to the tented swamp without the need for a tetanus Nice one , now climb that table !
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    Any fan who turns their back on us in our very darkest hour can fuck off forever. The premier league will welcome your plastic, happy clapping shithousery with open arms. get a grip.
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    god imagine what a Bolton Wall of Fame would look like
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    So is your username meant to be "Jim"?
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    not what it looks like from here Posted Nov, 2017 "For the record, Meghan made anti Trump broadcasts too in support of electing crooked Hillary. In a much more constructive and convincing way than that utter guttersnipe Ashley Judd." Posted May, 2018 "Great bloke Harry and she is a bit of a looker. Hope they have many happy years together and I really hope an African American woman either walks her down the aisle or delivers a speech." "Huge boost to the economy. UK and US brought closer together. Winning all round." Posted August, 2019: "With Markle, it's the anti Trump and pro US Democrats stance plus a few other things she's regularly on the soapbox about which I have a problem with." Posted October, 2019: "Not for the first time our opinions differ. I think she's a scheming, over opinionated and selfish bitch who will end up sending the former peoples favourite Harry either to a psychiatrist or the divorce court. We shall see. " Last Thursday: "Always liked Harry. Knockabout sports fan with a sparkle in his eye/bit of mischief. Refreshing amongst what some would see as the somewhat starchy Royals. Then this flatdick comes along imposing her hypocritical stance on a number of issues and he's what we have all seen before - a cunt struck changed man. Adios amigo - you were fun until this opinionated bitch got her talons into you." 😁 😘
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    Jim "Right we've two lads from Bolton here. They've done really well for themselves. They've won a comfortable lifestyle, the fifth biggest economy in the world, freedom of movement across an entire continent, increased international relevance given your relatively small population and peace in Europe for the entirety of their lifetime. Lads are you going to stick with what you've got or are you going to gamble for tonight's star prize. Last week - a couple from Leeds won some blue passports so have a good think. You've got the time it takes the board to revolve to give us your answer. Give them some help audience come on." 52% of the audience. "Gamble, Go on gamble, Gamble" 48% of the audience. "Don't be a set of dicks. You've done great" Miami and Mounts "Well Jim. We've had a cracking day and we know we're shit at darts but we reckon all those people who said we can't get 101 between us are negative moaning bastards. So we're going to go for it" Jim "OK boys here we go. None darts player to throw first that's you Miami. Up to the oche and listen to Tony. Tony "Right take your time Miami, calm down and take your time. Just relax and take your time...... 5....... 1....... and double 1 that's 8 Jim "Right Mounts the pressure is on a bit now you need 93 from 3 darts" Tony "Just relax Mounts you can do it. Just picture that full English in Benidorm. Focus on the board, calm down, that's it....... 1........ Ooh that one's bent the wire treble 5..... And it's bounced out..... 16 so that's 24 all together - unlucky lads. Jim "What a shame unlucky lads, ey but you were brave to have a go but you've lost your prizes. But you'll still keep your Bully's tankards and your BFH. Well done lads. Great sports. Have you had a good day? Miami "I'll fight you outside the club shop you cunt" Jim "I can see you're disappointed lads. But let's have a look what you could have won....... It's some blue passports and a chance to feel smug and superior when you meet German people on a holiday that you can no longer afford. What a shame. Anyway we'll see you next week and see if Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland can do any better as they try to leave a union that's served them well for hundreds of years. Until next week, goodnight, godbless, and don't forget. You can't beat a bit of bully. Goodnight!" PS - I love you both really!
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    I’ve proper had enough of it all now. Its a complete circus and total embarrassment. Not that we should care, but folk on the outside have had enough too and and sympathy is vanishing fast as our actions are beginning to affect them. Im bored to fuckin death of it all, every day and night there’s another event or some bullshit side show making us look even more fucked up than we already are. Weve currently got the thickest sounding möngs the town can offer stood on the club car park asking some coked up wally with a megaphone questions about putting ken Anderson in prison and can he get Big sam back. It’s fuckin draining the life out of me. FV, Boohoo or whoever sort this shit out for fucks sake so we can all just be normal for a bastard Day or two. It’s a fuckin shambles.
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    Great support the whole game and I thought some of your youngsters played very well. Edwards was a stand out at centre back with Zouma not far behind. Best wishes for the season and beyond
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    Morning all Regularly read your forum to try and work out what is actually happening for you boys n girls. Boy you’ve had some s*** the last few seasons As Bristol City Fan middling years I have fond memories of various tussles with yourselves , and games over the years at all levels , including Wembley Great set of ‘proper’ football fans in all my experiences Also met many lads , and the odd lass, who were Wanderers , trapping the World following England All sound as a pound Wanted to say I have everything crossed for you , you fans , and that some light begins to emerge As for the rest of ‘The League laughing’ ....or indeed the Football World My advice is there will always be ***** , especially on Social Media who will laugh and goad - The Football World And Supporters of all sorts I’ve spoken to , or read are in fact extremely sympathetic , and hopeful that things will turn around , or at least stop sliding Please remember that - I know at this **** time it won’t help much , you want to see some sign of future , but please don’t concern yourselves with ***** who follow other Clubs The massive majority don’t laugh , they sympathise.... And the few who gloat ****** ******* Many Of you won’t recall , but we nigh on went to the wall in 1982 , I went to what was to be our final game at Newport, we survived , just but slid from Div 1 - 4 , ended up playing 16/17 year olds and a few freebies and fell to the bottom of Div Four Looking back the slow survival and then growth back (Ironically the Wembley game v you was probably a significant point) was one of the best and happiest periods of my 50 years of support, the hardcore fan base sticking by them and seeing a slow rebirth Hang in there Boys n Girls, everything crossed for you ’Wanderers Till You Die’ Always
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    Apollo 13 tried that but hit a snag and reported back: "Euxton, we've got a problem"
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    Britain was totally alone after France fell in June 1940, right up until the Germans invaded Russia in June 1941 forcing the Russians onto the Allied side after being in a cosy pact with Nazi Germany beforehand. Hitler said he didn't have any problem with Britain, regarded us as a basically Aryan country, and would let us keep our Empire if we stayed out of things in Europe (though how long that would remain the case is anyone's guess). Churchill told him to GTF. Then winning the Battle of Britain and sending bomber raids to Germany not only kept an Allied 'foothold' in Europe, but also showed the Germans for the first time that they were not invincible and not invulnerable. Despite being isolated Britain opened up other fronts against the Nazis - not just the bombing raids (with an appalling 50% attrition rate), but also Norway, North Africa, Greece, raids on German submarine bases in France and SEO operatives behind enemy lines, supporting local residents resistance. And let's not forget the importance of breakng the Enigma codes. Britain massively supported Russia by not only depleting the Luftwaffe through the Battle of Britain, but also the German war machine and it's people's morale with large bomber raids, and by keeping a second front open so Germany couldn't throw all its resources against Russia. We also helped the USSR massively with the Baltic conveys sending material over to them at constant peril. America only effectively got involved in the European / North Africa theatre well into 1942. Russia had been an ally of Germany until the latter invaded them in June 1941. We could have taken the easy option right from the outset and let the Nazis just carry on. We didn't. And that's why I love my country and its people, and that's why all the nay sayers and people who just love to bring my country down can just FUCK OFF.
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    Hancock calls briefing, says we've created world-saving vaccine... BBC: Will you apologise for not creating it sooner? ITV: Isn't it true that it contains dead kittens? C4: Why didn't you join an EU vaccination scheme? Sky: You said creating a vaccine would be difficult, do you now accept that you weren't telling the truth? Buzzfeed: 37 reasons why the UK is still a shit country Independent: Isn't it true that austerity stopped the vaccine being made sooner? Guardian: Vaccines are racist
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    I'm much more a lurker than a poster on WWs, reading everyone's input and opinions with genuine interest and open mindedness. With that in mind I must say that I've come to the considered conclusion that you are an utter plumb.
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    I’m about to go to sleep with the most peaceful, relaxed mind I reckon I’ve had in 3 years. Every day and night seems to have been spent arguing the toss about the club, worrying about the club and head getting completely frazzled with the daily sagas. Literally every single day something happened, a twist in the tale, a note from the chairman, a winding up order, a journalist banned, on and on and on...hour after hour pacing up and down my kitchen on my phone, sat at kids swimming on my phone, sat in the van at work during a storm on my fucking phone. Now its all over. Hardly seems real but what a fucking nightmare it’s been for us all. Not just the past few worrying days, weeks or months in admin. The whole sorry saga from the moment Eddie signed the club over. It’s been a fucking trauma and a journey unlike anything else I’ve seen in football, from the bizarre to the down right ridiculous. But we are still fucking here folks. We made it. We lived to tell the tale. And what a bloody tale it will be. Goodnight folks... it’s been emotional. Xx
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    I'd wait for sluffy''s 62 page summary
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    My dad was kept in overnight but being allowed home today, no signs of COVID, thanks for well wishes folks.
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    Frequent lurker, very seldom post but just to add a personal touch to this. My dad currently resides at the woodlands in Little Hulton. He is 80 and suffers from Alzheimer’s hence where he is. Massive Wanderer in his day and brought my brother and I up that way, not quite sure we thank him for that. Anyhow, received a call on Tuesday advising dad had symptoms along with the news others on his ward had tested positive. On Thursday we were told dad had tested positive. We haven’t seen dad for 6 weeks as the home locked down early. the staff in the home have been amazing , keeping us informed at all times including a WhatsApp call yesterday but due to dad’s condition he didn’t take to it and the call was very brief but just the opportunity to talk to dad for such a short time was a blessing. He is poorly but comfortable and receiving an unbelievable level of care from people who aren’t all trained for this but care deeply. We don’t blame anyone for this, we don’t hold anyone accountable, it’s a global crisis playing out in many different ways in many different families. we hope dad remains comfortable and salute those that care for him whilst putting themselves at great risk.
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    He looks like a shit world cup
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    Right end of week NHS update. We're now basically on a war footing. Amazing how such a big organisation has managed to mobilise so quickly. Focus has immediately turned to CV in place of non urgent care. People from all quarters volunteering to help where they can - including non clinicians being trained up to perform some safe clinical procedures (like blood pressure for example), to free up staff with other skills to use them more effectively. Amazing to see it all come together. Just hoping we can cope with demand from the critically ill as things progress.
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    so loads of people watch us on dodgy tv instead of going to the game especially home games, no wonder we are fucked. anyone who moans but doesn't go FUCK OFF, you are as much to blame as benny hill
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    Development squad played Thursday Friday night / Saturday morning, our senior pros decide they won't play v Brentford BWFC make plans for the Dev Squad to play Brentford EFL block this on the ground of "Youth Protection" Game not rearranged for 3/4 days later, EFL say to play it a few days after season ends. Brentford can't fulfill that order and are awarded the game. Roll forward to Donny and by the above sequence of events, our Dev Squad can't fulfill a fixture. No case to answer. Maybe a fine for not letting doncaster know sooner, but the EFL created this loophole when they stopped the brentford game.
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    A Derby winner still in training over fences at the age of 42, ridden by an 85yo amateur jockey who’s yet to ride under rules? I just don’t see it.
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    A proper crack at creating the fanzone. Decent ale at reasonable prices in more of a pub-type atmosphere as opposed to the sterile offerings previously attempted.
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    I've been lucky enough in my life to travel round parts of the World, experience different places, cultures & civilisations, seen some amazing sights & had some life changing adventures. But nothing, NOTHING! ever comes close to the Euphoria, the pure joy of the terraces with the White Army, cracking day out with cracking people again. To think we came so close to never having it again. BTID COYFWM
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    What a load of over exaggerated shit. We’re still alive and we’re competitive. We’ve got 1 point from 3 which is more than some league teams. Yes the kids look knackered but if you’re telling me they’d rather go back to playing in front of their family and a few dogs on Saturday rather than 2,000 fans who will back then whether they win lose or draw them you’re mad. We’re in the shit; we all know we are. We’re holding things together by a thread, but we still had 2,200 fans in an away end backing the club for the afternoon. That’s all that matters. I want the takeover to happen, I want us to be competitive, but for as long as it doesn’t happen I will pay to watch these young lads play for Bolton. I don’t care if we lose, I will cheer a corner and free kicks like a goal and a point feels like we’ve won the league: If we’re in league 2 next season but have FV as owners then so be it: We’ll take thousands to Salford and show them what a proper club is all about. Just be patient and give the kids as much support as you can for now.
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    Don’t think ever felt as proud to be a Bolton fan. 2 kids, the wife, peteski and my old man kicking and heading every ball at the end like it was the World Cup final. We are in it together folks, right to the motherfuckin end. I love this club.
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    That was far and away the best atmosphere at Adams Park for an opening game. Your support was brilliant today and I really hope you go from strength to strength. It was a privilege to see your passion and commitment to your club in one of its darkest hours and I really hope it is rewarded and that you start to climb up again. All lower league club supporters empathise with you as we all understand we are a dodgy owner or two away from oblivion. You might not have many experienced players but your kids did you proud and if Zouma plays like that every week you have a real class defender for this level. Good luck
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    Almost certainly the ale, but I'm on a train back to Birmingham drinking on my tod and can't help but well up when I see some of the images from today You know, when we were safe and secure in Premier League taking nothing numbers away (and I include myself in that) I totally underestimated what it was all about. Stood amongst my brothers and sisters today, shouting until it hurt. And there was shit loads of us. This is what is means, we're alive. I fucking love you all.
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    Thanks Casino - I really appreciate that - but my absolute faith in humanity and the people of Bolton has been restored. Went to a garage (which shall remain nameless) and told them what had happened. They printed out some new ones and told me they were on the house and to keep up the good work. I'm absolutely chuffed to bits - the worst and the best in people - all in one shift! 🙂 👍👍👍
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    Top top guy Milner. Little story he had hamstring problems at City, niggly ones, so we spent a lot of time together, on the physio and rehab sessions. Vincent Kompany is the player I’ve spent the most time with, but with Milner he had these injuries and we developed a friendship out of work because of the graft we put in together. He was one of the few players that came to my wedding doo back in the UK, when he went to Liverpool I was gutted he said he’d stay in touch but you hear that with everyone, when our sprog came along, we got A visit and present from him and his other half, every year he sends a present to her for Christmas and her birthday. He’s a top top guy and someone I have a hell of a lot of time for.
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    We were saved. 10 weeks not months. Amazing progress. A team we can get behind, playing entertaining football (small glitch y’day aside). In with a chance of staying up despite a crippling injury list. Circa 10k STHs. Listening to fans about catering & ticket prices. Ex players paid up. Still lots to do both on and off the pitch and the wider club need some time to get everything sorted. But everything moving in the right direction.
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    Chris - Super Bobby Taylor put us one up at the swamp in that game. Andy Cole equalised late on. Though as it doesn't appear in the accounts, administrator s reports or companies house website, its understandable that the details escape you.
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    Mainly cos you're a pair of tedious bellends
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    I think promotion and survival probably helped in this. Him being a cunt, fucking people over etc worked for a bit. Nobody gave two fucks bills weren’t getting paid when we were dancing on the pitch celebrating promotion then tweeting lee Anderson holiday pics all bastard summer. Calling out anyone who supported him is a cunts trick imo. It’s old ground and has been done to death, most sensible knew the score but the true fact was it was either him or nothing, so we all just had to get on with it. I backed him, but if we go to the wall because of him I’ll set fire to everything he owns.
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    Been a Trotter 48 years. My Dad took me when I was 4. Used to sit me in the Wing Stand and feed me fisherman's friends as "sweets" and if I wanted a drink it was his his Rum and coffee (he was an ex Para and Miner from Bongs).. Today I had to visit Citys training ground for work. I was blown away....the U23 / City ladies team stadium is nothing short of amazing. As is the rest of the complex ( robot lawn mowers - I kid you not). Got back in my car and sat thinking, as I pulled out an Audi ( racing type car - fuck knows what, I dont do cars, I do Adidas, I'm a Bolton fan) pulled in, I let him passed and didn't recognise the driver.. it was probably some U23 player. I stopped again and lit a fag and shook my head..... This kid in a car ( dont begrudge him anything, lads done well), will never know a shift our kids "were forced too" put in on Saturday. Our beautiful game is so, so very fucked its possibly broken for good. I dont really care for Bury (they're like Wigan but I have more respect for them, because of my age), we cant complain because we had our time in the sun. BUT - if this is how it is. The modern game wont last long. Not without Bury, Notts County, Coventry, Us and all other clubs tettering on the edge... Rant over Ratwhite Atherton aged 52 and 3/4
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    Tbh, if they stuck em on sale Monday, I'd buy one in a heartbeat They need my 700 quid more than I do
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    Presumably you've not heard what they sang about Muamba nor what they sang about Sir Nat? Did you not see the flag hung over the bridge on the M66? The vast majority of them are United or City fans AND Bury fans. When they say they're going into town they don't even mean Bury. They're a worthless turd. It's a town that doesn't deserve its own football team. Fuck them.
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