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PostSubject: Re: Gas v Class   Gas v Class - Page 3 EmptySun Oct 23, 2022 9:17 am

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Our goals were class tbf

Azaz is class tbf, what a player.
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PostSubject: Re: Gas v Class   Gas v Class - Page 3 EmptySun Oct 23, 2022 10:35 am

Throwing away a two goal lead is disgraceful. Any Manager who's team does that isn't good enough to be head hunted by another Club!
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PostSubject: Re: Gas v Class   Gas v Class - Page 3 EmptySun Oct 23, 2022 12:05 pm

Piss poor defending for both their goals.
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PostSubject: Re: Gas v Class   Gas v Class - Page 3 EmptySun Oct 23, 2022 1:45 pm

The Wellington pub up at gas is now for home fans only, could not get in any other pub as home fans only. Rovers have now put a beer tent, with large TV, right next to the away end.


How on earth Argyle threw that away will haunt me for ages. Seemingly walking it at HT and then bang, wallop.

Joey Barton apparently gave Rovers an earful at HT and they looked well up for it in the second half. Cooper was a star again.


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PostSubject: Re: Gas v Class   Gas v Class - Page 3 EmptySun Oct 23, 2022 2:29 pm

VillageGreen wrote:
The Wellington pub up at gas is now for home fans only, could not get in any other pub as home fans only. Rovers have now put a beer tent, with large TV, right next to the away end.


How on earth Argyle threw that away will haunt me for ages. Seemingly walking it at HT and then bang, wallop.

Joey Barton apparently gave Rovers an earful at HT and they looked well up for it in the second half. Cooper was a star again.



Im just a little concerned how easy it was to pop a ball over the top of the midfield and then lo and behold was it just Wilson to beat and slot it away? Why were we pressing so high and hard when we were two goals ahead? Smacks of a bit of naivety to me. Once it was two one we had to press a bit I guess but two points dropped foreshore.
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PostSubject: Re: Gas v Class   Gas v Class - Page 3 EmptySun Oct 23, 2022 2:39 pm

Shuey has asked fans not to throw  flares on to the pitch, agree with that as it could see a large fine.


He said celebrate the goal/s, jump up and down, go mad. But don't  throw flares.
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Earwegoagain wrote:
VillageGreen wrote:
The Wellington pub up at gas is now for home fans only, could not get in any other pub as home fans only. Rovers have now put a beer tent, with large TV, right next to the away end.


How on earth Argyle threw that away will haunt me for ages. Seemingly walking it at HT and then bang, wallop.

Joey Barton apparently gave Rovers an earful at HT and they looked well up for it in the second half. Cooper was a star again.



Im just a little concerned how easy it was to pop a ball over the top of the midfield and then lo and behold was it just Wilson to beat and slot it away? Why were we pressing so high and hard when we were two goals ahead? Smacks of a bit of naivety to me. Once it was two one we had to press a bit I guess but two points dropped foreshore.



Could not see much when Rovers scored, too many tall people to the right of me and in front of me.
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PostSubject: Re: Gas v Class   Gas v Class - Page 3 EmptySun Oct 23, 2022 5:55 pm

VillageGreen wrote:
Shuey has asked fans not to throw  flares on to the pitch, agree with that as it could see a large fine.


He said celebrate the goal/s, jump up and down, go mad. But don't  throw flares.

they are feckin idiots they are going to cost us a hefty fine as we have already been warned multiple times bout flares being let off. Im sure its going to take some idiot letting one off near someone with asthma who has an attack causing a serious situation for them to understand flares are not toys.
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PostSubject: Re: Gas v Class   Gas v Class - Page 3 EmptyMon Oct 24, 2022 10:29 am

VillageGreen wrote:
The Wellington pub up at gas is now for home fans only, could not get in any other pub as home fans only. Rovers have now put a beer tent, with large TV, right next to the away end.


How on earth Argyle threw that away will haunt me for ages. Seemingly walking it at HT and then bang, wallop.

Joey Barton apparently gave Rovers an earful at HT and they looked well up for it in the second half. Cooper was a star again.



There's a few pubs if you're prepared to walk 10 minutes or so. We plotted up in the Foresters on Ashley Down road, all home supporters in there but no hassle and served a decent pint of Butcombe. There's also the Lazy Dog a few doors down and  in the past we've used the Sportsmans which is nearer the cricket ground again with no hassle. Obviously there are places your don't want to go but in genera if you aren't a dick you'll have no problems.

They were absolutely dreadful first half other than Collins who ought to have scored did feck all. 2nd half different story and I don't why but it has been a constant thing this season where we are truly shocking for the first 10-15 mins after the break, they absolutely battered us and we barely put a foot on the ball. 

Still we might have won late on as they tired but overall can't complain about the result. Butcher should have played to shore up the midfield a bit and I am afraid I don't think Joe Edwards should be starting now Connor Grant is fir, we improved immeasurably when he came on.

We go on about what a dump The Sidhole is but to be fair they made the best of what they've got. The Memorial however is a shocking ground to watch football in, you have the choice of paying £25 for an open terrace where you can't see most of the right flank when your attacking the goal furthest from you or £30 to sit in a tent behind the ground. Awful
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PostSubject: Re: Gas v Class   Gas v Class - Page 3 EmptyMon Oct 24, 2022 2:30 pm

Clodagh Rubbish wrote:
VillageGreen wrote:
The Wellington pub up at gas is now for home fans only, could not get in any other pub as home fans only. Rovers have now put a beer tent, with large TV, right next to the away end.


How on earth Argyle threw that away will haunt me for ages. Seemingly walking it at HT and then bang, wallop.

Joey Barton apparently gave Rovers an earful at HT and they looked well up for it in the second half. Cooper was a star again.



There's a few pubs if you're prepared to walk 10 minutes or so. We plotted up in the Foresters on Ashley Down road, all home supporters in there but no hassle and served a decent pint of Butcombe. There's also the Lazy Dog a few doors down and  in the past we've used the Sportsmans which is nearer the cricket ground again with no hassle. Obviously there are places your don't want to go but in genera if you aren't a dick you'll have no problems.

They were absolutely dreadful first half other than Collins who ought to have scored did feck all. 2nd half different story and I don't why but it has been a constant thing this season where we are truly shocking for the first 10-15 mins after the break, they absolutely battered us and we barely put a foot on the ball. 

Still we might have won late on as they tired but overall can't complain about the result. Butcher should have played to shore up the midfield a bit and I am afraid I don't think Joe Edwards should be starting now Connor Grant is fir, we improved immeasurably when he came on.

We go on about what a dump The Sidhole is but to be fair they made the best of what they've got. The Memorial however is a shocking ground to watch football in, you have the choice of paying £25 for an open terrace where you can't see most of the right flank when your attacking the goal furthest from you or £30 to sit in a tent behind the ground. Awful





Myself and my mate did have a plod around Gloucester Road, in the end just gave up and went to the beer tent outside the away end. They only sold beer though, no whisky/rum etc - I am only drinking shorts these days.

Yeah, Memorial is a dump tbh and that terrace is awful. At least they let you out at HT for a smoke, beer/coffee/tea and food   which is nice of them. Bought a pizza for nine quid at HT.

Rovers could do with a new stadium full stop. No idea what is happening in plans for that.
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Seem to remember him stirring the pot before they played Exeter a few weeks ago, how very Joey-like. Anyway feck him, think we'll get a point tomorrow

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PostSubject: Re: Gas v Class   Gas v Class - Page 3 EmptySun Jan 08, 2023 11:49 am

Typical small man syndrome. The bloke is a prick.

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PostSubject: Re: Gas v Class   Gas v Class - Page 3 EmptyMon Jan 09, 2023 11:31 pm

mouldyoldgoat wrote:
Typical small man syndrome. The bloke is a prick.
indeed quite big prick for a small man ..his a absolute massive 🛎 end
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PostSubject: Re: Gas v Class   Gas v Class - Page 3 EmptyTue Jan 10, 2023 8:43 am

RegGreen wrote:
mouldyoldgoat wrote:
Typical small man syndrome. The bloke is a prick.
indeed quite big prick for a small man ..his a absolute massive 🛎 end

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My wife got a new car a few years ago now and she couldn’t remember the registration number. I came up with
‘Excellent (434) Blo* Job Baby’. Funny enough when I used to tell people that she had a way of remembering her registration she wouldn’t tell them. Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: Gas v Class   Gas v Class - Page 3 EmptyTue Jan 10, 2023 1:55 pm

Like predicting how many Jaffa cakes you could fit in Peggy Prior's bra.


How do you make five beans? Two beans a bean and a half, half a bean and a bean. Simples
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PostSubject: Re: Gas v Class   Gas v Class - Page 3 EmptyTue Jan 10, 2023 3:35 pm

I see Barton upping it again, saying he can't bear Plymouth and will do all he can to beat Argyle. He says he'll be putting a strong out.

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It's why we need the death penalty for vile specimens like Barton and his dishonest racist murdering brother. We don't need expensive penal institutions in this country when six yards of rope and some scaffolding costs so little. Hang all prisoners and you save billions not to mention eradicating drug use.
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PostSubject: Re: Gas v Class   Gas v Class - Page 3 EmptyTue Jan 10, 2023 3:53 pm

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It's why we need the death penalty for vile specimens like Barton and his dishonest racist murdering brother. We don't need expensive penal institutions in this country when six yards of rope and some scaffolding costs so little. Hang all prisoners and you save billions not to mention eradicating drug use.


Not a fan of Joey then?
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Grovehill wrote:
Hector Valdez wrote:
It's why we need the death penalty for vile specimens like Barton and his dishonest racist murdering brother. We don't need expensive penal institutions in this country when six yards of rope and some scaffolding costs so little. Hang all prisoners and you save billions not to mention eradicating drug use.


Not a fan of Joey then?
The most honest thing he's ever done in his life was rent his backside out in HMP Altcourse.

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Hector Valdez wrote:
It's why we need the death penalty for vile specimens like Barton and his dishonest racist murdering brother. We don't need expensive penal institutions in this country when six yards of rope and some scaffolding costs so little. Hang all prisoners and you save billions not to mention eradicating drug use.


Spoken like a true Tory Like a Star @ heaven
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Les Miserable wrote:
Hector Valdez wrote:
It's why we need the death penalty for vile specimens like Barton and his dishonest racist murdering brother. We don't need expensive penal institutions in this country when six yards of rope and some scaffolding costs so little. Hang all prisoners and you save billions not to mention eradicating drug use.



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PostSubject: Re: Gas v Class   Gas v Class - Page 3 EmptyTue Jan 10, 2023 4:32 pm

Hector Valdez wrote:
It's why we need the death penalty for vile specimens like Barton and his dishonest racist murdering brother. We don't need expensive penal institutions in this country when six yards of rope and some scaffolding costs so little. Hang all prisoners and you save billions not to mention eradicating drug use.

Don’t forget loan sharks and benefit cheats as well.

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PostSubject: Re: Gas v Class   Gas v Class - Page 3 EmptyTue Jan 10, 2023 4:37 pm

mouldyoldgoat wrote:
Hector Valdez wrote:
It's why we need the death penalty for vile specimens like Barton and his dishonest racist murdering brother. We don't need expensive penal institutions in this country when six yards of rope and some scaffolding costs so little. Hang all prisoners and you save billions not to mention eradicating drug use.

Don’t forget loan sharks and benefit cheats as well.

He would have sorted your unwanted visitor problem himself. dnc
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mouldyoldgoat wrote:
Hector Valdez wrote:
It's why we need the death penalty for vile specimens like Barton and his dishonest racist murdering brother. We don't need expensive penal institutions in this country when six yards of rope and some scaffolding costs so little. Hang all prisoners and you save billions not to mention eradicating drug use.

Don’t forget loan sharks and benefit cheats as well.
Yip. Absolutely everyone and anyone. Prison achieves nothing and costs an average of £40K PA. Six yards of rope and some scaffolding costs less than £400. Common sense never prevails regrettably.
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