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So who's coming along to this, what train is everyone on etc, shall we visit the Turnbridge Workers Club, en masse etc for refreshment and entertainment etc, should be another fine visit, sick of the place already this season,
On 09.03 up via leeds and 17.58 back via leeds etc,
Joined: Wed Aug 13, 2003 8:33 am Posts: 20808 Location: The Shaky Isles
Enjoy your trip....May 2003 is the last time we won up there......it has to happen eventually and I have a feeling we might be playing them at the right time
dally messenger wrote:
was watching an nfl doco. on one of their teams and they used the term bomb to describe those long high passes from quaterback to running back and i think gibson took that idea, realized you cant throw the ball forward in RL and adapted it to a "bomb" kick we have
eels fan wrote:
You poor poor obsessed fat ex vichyballin potato thieving stoaway.
I'm going to go up to watch the match. Staying with relatives though & will get tickets at the gate. Having never been to the Galpharm Stadium which stand would be most favourable to go for, not that I'll be a sellout? Thanks. Will be driving so no getting sloshed for me.
It wont even be a quarter full! You can go in any stand i doubt the south stand will be open for visiting fans, usually london fans go in the kilner bank,britannia rescue stand, you'll get a warm welcome from the giants fans too, safe trip up to all that are coming.
Are our fans the most optimistic or just delusional?. I suppose a stopped clock is right twice a day! I admire your commitment, maybe the Hudds slump will continue, we only have hope this season!
Maybe I'm delusional while the rest are optimistic, I don't really know but I'm still a fan of the club so like to be a little positive no matter how poor we've been this season + I did put a smile after my tongue-in-cheek comment as It seemed a good idea at the time. I have to admit I arranged this trip months ago when we were promised 'good' things to happen to the club whereas now we all know it has all gone to pot & we don't stand a chance in hell of winning another match . I try to think we have a small chance but I'm not holding my breath. Still... hope it will be a close game as another tonking will be ultimately depressing before our next home game against Leeds on the 30th...
I'm up that way this weekend but wont be going due to the poor performances of our team. If I felt we could be competitive I would certainly go. Sadly with us winning our last game and Hudds been in a bit of a slump it still wont be a 50:50 game.
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