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On 18/10/2023 at 02:27, Wanderlust said:

Rumour Jerome will join coaching staff and we'll look to bring in Jake Young from Bradford (currently on loan at Swindon) in January. Just a rumour doing the rounds ATM though.

It's getting closer......https://www.theboltonnews.co.uk/sport/23863354.bolton-wanderers-boss-ian-evatt-cameron-jeromes-key-role/

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For the Munich UEFA game I flew to Stuttgart, as you do. Anyway found some obscure offer that onward train travel was subsidised. Train from Stuttgart to Munich was about 20 euros return. 

Flight was full of Everton fans en route to Nuremberg. 

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31 minutes ago, Tonge moor green jacket said:

They tried to keep the trains running on time, so some building projects were postponed,” Neuss continues. “That was a big mistake, and the rail network has been run even further into the ground.”

 

and here we are, repeating their mistakes

its not even like we are any good to start with

i suspect the helmuts wouldnt want to swap for our shit show

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1 hour ago, Casino said:

They tried to keep the trains running on time, so some building projects were postponed,” Neuss continues. “That was a big mistake, and the rail network has been run even further into the ground.”

 

and here we are, repeating their mistakes

its not even like we are any good to start with

i suspect the helmuts wouldnt want to swap for our shit show

I think it's more them repeating ours.

Finance is tight everywhere.

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47 minutes ago, Leyther_Matt said:

Or, you know, actual facts.

It's his opinion that Regional Mayors have full control over the rail network in their County. The fact they don't is irrelevant. If he's of a certain age, his opinion over-rides the need for facts. I only learned this yesterday. 🤷‍♂️

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2 hours ago, Casino said:

They tried to keep the trains running on time, so some building projects were postponed,” Neuss continues. “That was a big mistake, and the rail network has been run even further into the ground.”

 

and here we are, repeating their mistakes

its not even like we are any good to start with

i suspect the helmuts wouldnt want to swap for our shit show

It’s a sad indictment that it’s better to show something/someone else is as shot rather than strive for improvement. Probably something we are all guilty of.

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39 minutes ago, tomski said:

It’s a sad indictment that it’s better to show something/someone else is as shot rather than strive for improvement. Probably something we are all guilty of.

It shows that things here aren't necessarily as bad as is often portrayed. We all have problems and we all have good aspects.

Definitely a public attitude though of "Britain is shit" which is a shame as its not accurate. 

Anyway, that's for another thread- my initial point was that anyone going and utilising this fine ticketing set up, might nevertheless encounter travel problems. 

Hopefully, they'll get the improvement they need beforehand. 

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8 minutes ago, TrickyTrotter said:

Rotherham vs Ipswich off tonight.

You'd be unhappy if you've got as far as Sheffield in this weather from East Anglia.

I think you just be unhappy if you were from Ipswich in general.

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Tranmere are in trouble! They’re staring down the barrel off heading back where they belong - non-league.

They looked like they’d turned the poor start around with a few wins and draws but have since lost a few in a row and find themselves 21st with a few below them with a game in hand 🙏🏼

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20 hours ago, Tonge moor green jacket said:

Germany is experiencing increasing issues with its train system.

A read an article that appeared on my Google page for some reason, and it was detailing increasing late arrivals etc.

Quite familiar really. 

Just seen that avanti are going down to 2 trains an hour Manc - London throughout December on Saturdays 

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1 hour ago, radcliffe white said:

Just seen that avanti are going down to 2 trains an hour Manc - London throughout December on Saturdays 

That’s because few travel to London these days as WFH is the norm. HS2 being scrapped was the right decision 

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19 minutes ago, RUREADY2ROLL said:

That’s because few travel to London these days as WFH is the norm. HS2 being scrapped was the right decision 

The unreliability of the train is the reason I've driven down to London this weekend for work. With parking and congestion charge or train tickets both covered by the contract it wasn't worth the fucking about on the trains.

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