Phil Parkinson wants to put a smile on Bantams fans’ faces and atone for Walsall horror show

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Phil Parkinson curses his side’s shortcomings against Walsall Phil Parkinson curses his side’s shortcomings against Walsall

City head back to Valley Parade on Saturday with Phil Parkinson telling home fans: We owe you.

Four points and two clean sheets from trips to Leyton Orient and Coventry have revived spirits after the dismal defeat against Walsall nine days ago.

Parkinson wants his side to take that form into this weekend’s clash against Oldham to make amends for that last home outing.

He said: “We now owe our home fans a really good performance.

“I’m sure our supporters will be right behind the team. They will have identified the work that’s gone in.

“Being a football supporter you have highs and lows like a manager and the players.

“We had a low point when we got beaten at home last week but there were reasons for that. Now we have to play well on Saturday. When we do that, whether we win, lose or draw, our fans always get behind us.”

City failed to muster a single shot on target against the Saddlers. But they were badly affected by illness and injury that night.

Andy Gray was suffering with the early effects of shingles and James Hanson was hampered when he came off the bench because of his on-going groin and back problems.

Parkinson’s deadline-day swoop for Jon Stead helped sort out the attacking issues and he has quickly struck up an understanding alongside Aaron Mclean.

The lingering illness has also been cleared out of the dressing room.

The City boss said: “You haven’t got time to feel sorry for yourselves in football. After Walsall, myself, Steve (Parkin) and the chairmen looked at the reasons why we played like that and how we could rectify it.

“It helped us that we got the virus out the club that had been affecting players.

“It’s got to affect you when you’ve got people being sick on the side of the training pitch the day before a game.

“We can’t accept another performance where we don’t threaten the opposition goal.

“We’re going to come up against a team in Oldham who will play 4-5-1. They will sit back and try and frustrate us.

“They did that on Saturday against Brentford and they did that away at Orient.

“It might be one of those days when it could get frustrating. But we’ve got to find a way to create those opportunities and make sure their goalkeeper and back four have to work hard.”

* City will host the Youth Alliance Cup Final against southern winners Colchester after winning the coin toss to choose the venue. The game will take place at Valley Parade on Tuesday, April 29 (7pm kick-off).

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8:24am Thu 3 Apr 14

rinkydink says...

"Andy Gray was .....{insert another illness/ailment/inju
ry here}"

why do we even pay him....
"Andy Gray was .....{insert another illness/ailment/inju ry here}" why do we even pay him.... rinkydink
  • Score: -6

8:54am Thu 3 Apr 14

albioff says...

Happen he makes the tea at half time and takes the washing home!
Happen he makes the tea at half time and takes the washing home! albioff
  • Score: -4

8:59am Thu 3 Apr 14

whisky1 says...

rinkydink wrote:
"Andy Gray was .....{insert another illness/ailment/inju

ry here}"

why do we even pay him....
...because he has a contract...on the face of it he was a good signing quality player and a good pro by all accounts. Shame it has not worked out .
[quote][p][bold]rinkydink[/bold] wrote: "Andy Gray was .....{insert another illness/ailment/inju ry here}" why do we even pay him....[/p][/quote]...because he has a contract...on the face of it he was a good signing quality player and a good pro by all accounts. Shame it has not worked out . whisky1
  • Score: 5

10:19am Thu 3 Apr 14

Peter300 says...

rinkydink wrote:
"Andy Gray was .....{insert another illness/ailment/inju

ry here}"

why do we even pay him....
Andy has been very unfortunate with injuries and illness. As Phil said, Andy played when he was not 100%, due to injuries within the squad, with an illness which was later diagnosed as shingles. Andy was always a good signing as cover for James Hanson. However, during his stay at City all some people want to do is make stupid and ignorant comments against the player. Luckily, for City, we do have some sensible people at the club.
[quote][p][bold]rinkydink[/bold] wrote: "Andy Gray was .....{insert another illness/ailment/inju ry here}" why do we even pay him....[/p][/quote]Andy has been very unfortunate with injuries and illness. As Phil said, Andy played when he was not 100%, due to injuries within the squad, with an illness which was later diagnosed as shingles. Andy was always a good signing as cover for James Hanson. However, during his stay at City all some people want to do is make stupid and ignorant comments against the player. Luckily, for City, we do have some sensible people at the club. Peter300
  • Score: 5

10:21am Thu 3 Apr 14

Peter300 says...

whisky1 wrote:
rinkydink wrote:
"Andy Gray was .....{insert another illness/ailment/inju


ry here}"

why do we even pay him....
...because he has a contract...on the face of it he was a good signing quality player and a good pro by all accounts. Shame it has not worked out .
Shame about his injuries and has always worked hard to get himself fit.
[quote][p][bold]whisky1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rinkydink[/bold] wrote: "Andy Gray was .....{insert another illness/ailment/inju ry here}" why do we even pay him....[/p][/quote]...because he has a contract...on the face of it he was a good signing quality player and a good pro by all accounts. Shame it has not worked out .[/p][/quote]Shame about his injuries and has always worked hard to get himself fit. Peter300
  • Score: 2

10:24am Thu 3 Apr 14

whisky1 says...

I had forgotten he had 2 full caps for the jocks and our P of Y(2003)...nearly 500 games mostly at Championship level..and a good scoring record
I had forgotten he had 2 full caps for the jocks and our P of Y(2003)...nearly 500 games mostly at Championship level..and a good scoring record whisky1
  • Score: 5

10:46am Thu 3 Apr 14

lawsonio123 says...

Oh Parky Our supporters have been Smiling through win or lose for many years they are Gold Dust
Oh Parky Our supporters have been Smiling through win or lose for many years they are Gold Dust lawsonio123
  • Score: 9

12:06pm Thu 3 Apr 14

nowt fresh says...

City will host the Youth Alliance Cup Final against southern winners Colchester after winning the coin toss to choose the venue. The game will take place at Valley Parade on Tuesday, April 29 (7pm kick-off).

Lets get behind these lads and get a decent crowd at Valley Parade on the night, I would assume the game will be free so no excuses if youv'e nowt on that evening the lads deserve no less, some good prospects will be on show.
City will host the Youth Alliance Cup Final against southern winners Colchester after winning the coin toss to choose the venue. The game will take place at Valley Parade on Tuesday, April 29 (7pm kick-off). Lets get behind these lads and get a decent crowd at Valley Parade on the night, I would assume the game will be free so no excuses if youv'e nowt on that evening the lads deserve no less, some good prospects will be on show. nowt fresh
  • Score: 13

12:39pm Thu 3 Apr 14

bcfc mad85 says...

nowt fresh wrote:
City will host the Youth Alliance Cup Final against southern winners Colchester after winning the coin toss to choose the venue. The game will take place at Valley Parade on Tuesday, April 29 (7pm kick-off).

Lets get behind these lads and get a decent crowd at Valley Parade on the night, I would assume the game will be free so no excuses if youv'e nowt on that evening the lads deserve no less, some good prospects will be on show.
There obviously is a full team of hot prospects on show not a few it's a team sport although I do agree even if you do have to pay we should get behind the lads they've done all of us proud oh and well done to Colchester youths sorry you guys will be getting runner's up medals keep up the good work
[quote][p][bold]nowt fresh[/bold] wrote: City will host the Youth Alliance Cup Final against southern winners Colchester after winning the coin toss to choose the venue. The game will take place at Valley Parade on Tuesday, April 29 (7pm kick-off). Lets get behind these lads and get a decent crowd at Valley Parade on the night, I would assume the game will be free so no excuses if youv'e nowt on that evening the lads deserve no less, some good prospects will be on show.[/p][/quote]There obviously is a full team of hot prospects on show not a few it's a team sport although I do agree even if you do have to pay we should get behind the lads they've done all of us proud oh and well done to Colchester youths sorry you guys will be getting runner's up medals keep up the good work bcfc mad85
  • Score: 1

12:48pm Thu 3 Apr 14

dcbantam says...

whisky1 wrote:
rinkydink wrote:
"Andy Gray was .....{insert another illness/ailment/inju


ry here}"

why do we even pay him....
...because he has a contract...on the face of it he was a good signing quality player and a good pro by all accounts. Shame it has not worked out .
im not sure how andy gray can be classed as a good signing, the guy is apparently one of the top earners at the club at the youthful age of 36 who couldnt get a game at Leeds and cant be all that good to have been down the pecking order whoever his competition has been.

Being a 'good pro' hasnt brought performances from him or any signs of quality.
[quote][p][bold]whisky1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rinkydink[/bold] wrote: "Andy Gray was .....{insert another illness/ailment/inju ry here}" why do we even pay him....[/p][/quote]...because he has a contract...on the face of it he was a good signing quality player and a good pro by all accounts. Shame it has not worked out .[/p][/quote]im not sure how andy gray can be classed as a good signing, the guy is apparently one of the top earners at the club at the youthful age of 36 who couldnt get a game at Leeds and cant be all that good to have been down the pecking order whoever his competition has been. Being a 'good pro' hasnt brought performances from him or any signs of quality. dcbantam
  • Score: 1

12:55pm Thu 3 Apr 14

Victor Clayton says...

Will be interesting to see the new strike force in action, and wouldn't mind seeing Dolan + Atkinson in the middle. i am really looking forward to this game.
Will be interesting to see the new strike force in action, and wouldn't mind seeing Dolan + Atkinson in the middle. i am really looking forward to this game. Victor Clayton
  • Score: 7

1:51pm Thu 3 Apr 14

whisky1 says...

dcbantam wrote:
whisky1 wrote:
rinkydink wrote:
"Andy Gray was .....{insert another illness/ailment/inju



ry here}"

why do we even pay him....
...because he has a contract...on the face of it he was a good signing quality player and a good pro by all accounts. Shame it has not worked out .
im not sure how andy gray can be classed as a good signing, the guy is apparently one of the top earners at the club at the youthful age of 36 who couldnt get a game at Leeds and cant be all that good to have been down the pecking order whoever his competition has been.

Being a 'good pro' hasnt brought performances from him or any signs of quality.
For whatever reason he has made no impact that does not mean that he lacks quality or that he cannot recapture his form. If you saw him in his last season with us in the Championship you will remember how effective he can be. Age is not neccesarily a bar to success
[quote][p][bold]dcbantam[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]whisky1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rinkydink[/bold] wrote: "Andy Gray was .....{insert another illness/ailment/inju ry here}" why do we even pay him....[/p][/quote]...because he has a contract...on the face of it he was a good signing quality player and a good pro by all accounts. Shame it has not worked out .[/p][/quote]im not sure how andy gray can be classed as a good signing, the guy is apparently one of the top earners at the club at the youthful age of 36 who couldnt get a game at Leeds and cant be all that good to have been down the pecking order whoever his competition has been. Being a 'good pro' hasnt brought performances from him or any signs of quality.[/p][/quote]For whatever reason he has made no impact that does not mean that he lacks quality or that he cannot recapture his form. If you saw him in his last season with us in the Championship you will remember how effective he can be. Age is not neccesarily a bar to success whisky1
  • Score: -2

1:55pm Thu 3 Apr 14

KnightMcCall says...

dcbantam wrote:
whisky1 wrote:
rinkydink wrote:
"Andy Gray was .....{insert another illness/ailment/inju



ry here}"

why do we even pay him....
...because he has a contract...on the face of it he was a good signing quality player and a good pro by all accounts. Shame it has not worked out .
im not sure how andy gray can be classed as a good signing, the guy is apparently one of the top earners at the club at the youthful age of 36 who couldnt get a game at Leeds and cant be all that good to have been down the pecking order whoever his competition has been.

Being a 'good pro' hasnt brought performances from him or any signs of quality.
It's easy saying that now DC. PP doesn't have a time machine to assess players when he signs them. Criticising any signing as "poor" when a player has been

a) kept out of the side by an excellent James Hanson
b) suffered long-term injuries
c) suffered and played through illness

is entirely unfair.

He could have signed Wayne Bullimore as a youngster and then watch his career end on his home debut...was that a poor signing too? Maybe Gordon Watson was a poor signing because he had his leg snapped early on.

Whiskey is right to state that at the time Gray was a positive signing. The fact that is hasn't worked out is unfortunate not a bad purchase.

It's only two weeks since PP was ciriticised for signing Bennett, Mclean, Dolan et al. Well, all three were excellent at orient and Coventry so the criticism looks pretty foolish to me. Drury also looking like a good signing and Reach has been excellent for the most part.

Some people just look for ways to justify their snapshot opinions as they struggle to accept that sometimes footie teams lose.
[quote][p][bold]dcbantam[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]whisky1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rinkydink[/bold] wrote: "Andy Gray was .....{insert another illness/ailment/inju ry here}" why do we even pay him....[/p][/quote]...because he has a contract...on the face of it he was a good signing quality player and a good pro by all accounts. Shame it has not worked out .[/p][/quote]im not sure how andy gray can be classed as a good signing, the guy is apparently one of the top earners at the club at the youthful age of 36 who couldnt get a game at Leeds and cant be all that good to have been down the pecking order whoever his competition has been. Being a 'good pro' hasnt brought performances from him or any signs of quality.[/p][/quote]It's easy saying that now DC. PP doesn't have a time machine to assess players when he signs them. Criticising any signing as "poor" when a player has been a) kept out of the side by an excellent James Hanson b) suffered long-term injuries c) suffered and played through illness is entirely unfair. He could have signed Wayne Bullimore as a youngster and then watch his career end on his home debut...was that a poor signing too? Maybe Gordon Watson was a poor signing because he had his leg snapped early on. Whiskey is right to state that at the time Gray was a positive signing. The fact that is hasn't worked out is unfortunate not a bad purchase. It's only two weeks since PP was ciriticised for signing Bennett, Mclean, Dolan et al. Well, all three were excellent at orient and Coventry so the criticism looks pretty foolish to me. Drury also looking like a good signing and Reach has been excellent for the most part. Some people just look for ways to justify their snapshot opinions as they struggle to accept that sometimes footie teams lose. KnightMcCall
  • Score: 0

1:58pm Thu 3 Apr 14

KnightMcCall says...

Victor Clayton wrote:
Will be interesting to see the new strike force in action, and wouldn't mind seeing Dolan + Atkinson in the middle. i am really looking forward to this game.
The way Jones played on Tuesday I wouldn't swap him for Atkinson, particularly against a side likely to play 5 in midfield.

Drury for McHugh is the only change I would be making subject to injury, illness and the fact that PP knows much more than I do...
[quote][p][bold]Victor Clayton[/bold] wrote: Will be interesting to see the new strike force in action, and wouldn't mind seeing Dolan + Atkinson in the middle. i am really looking forward to this game.[/p][/quote]The way Jones played on Tuesday I wouldn't swap him for Atkinson, particularly against a side likely to play 5 in midfield. Drury for McHugh is the only change I would be making subject to injury, illness and the fact that PP knows much more than I do... KnightMcCall
  • Score: 0

2:14pm Thu 3 Apr 14

pokertee says...

nowt fresh wrote:
City will host the Youth Alliance Cup Final against southern winners Colchester after winning the coin toss to choose the venue. The game will take place at Valley Parade on Tuesday, April 29 (7pm kick-off).

Lets get behind these lads and get a decent crowd at Valley Parade on the night, I would assume the game will be free so no excuses if youv'e nowt on that evening the lads deserve no less, some good prospects will be on show.
Here here. it looks like we have a fantastic youth team so lets hope they stay at city and not disappear to higher clubs. Ill be there even if we have to pay to push them on. should be a good game and a good final.
[quote][p][bold]nowt fresh[/bold] wrote: City will host the Youth Alliance Cup Final against southern winners Colchester after winning the coin toss to choose the venue. The game will take place at Valley Parade on Tuesday, April 29 (7pm kick-off). Lets get behind these lads and get a decent crowd at Valley Parade on the night, I would assume the game will be free so no excuses if youv'e nowt on that evening the lads deserve no less, some good prospects will be on show.[/p][/quote]Here here. it looks like we have a fantastic youth team so lets hope they stay at city and not disappear to higher clubs. Ill be there even if we have to pay to push them on. should be a good game and a good final. pokertee
  • Score: 4

3:19pm Thu 3 Apr 14

Cyprus Bantam says...

whisky1 wrote:
dcbantam wrote:
whisky1 wrote:
rinkydink wrote:
"Andy Gray was .....{insert another illness/ailment/inju




ry here}"

why do we even pay him....
...because he has a contract...on the face of it he was a good signing quality player and a good pro by all accounts. Shame it has not worked out .
im not sure how andy gray can be classed as a good signing, the guy is apparently one of the top earners at the club at the youthful age of 36 who couldnt get a game at Leeds and cant be all that good to have been down the pecking order whoever his competition has been.

Being a 'good pro' hasnt brought performances from him or any signs of quality.
For whatever reason he has made no impact that does not mean that he lacks quality or that he cannot recapture his form. If you saw him in his last season with us in the Championship you will remember how effective he can be. Age is not neccesarily a bar to success
I remember him well in those Championship days. Age affects players differently and in Gray's case - badly!
[quote][p][bold]whisky1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]dcbantam[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]whisky1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rinkydink[/bold] wrote: "Andy Gray was .....{insert another illness/ailment/inju ry here}" why do we even pay him....[/p][/quote]...because he has a contract...on the face of it he was a good signing quality player and a good pro by all accounts. Shame it has not worked out .[/p][/quote]im not sure how andy gray can be classed as a good signing, the guy is apparently one of the top earners at the club at the youthful age of 36 who couldnt get a game at Leeds and cant be all that good to have been down the pecking order whoever his competition has been. Being a 'good pro' hasnt brought performances from him or any signs of quality.[/p][/quote]For whatever reason he has made no impact that does not mean that he lacks quality or that he cannot recapture his form. If you saw him in his last season with us in the Championship you will remember how effective he can be. Age is not neccesarily a bar to success[/p][/quote]I remember him well in those Championship days. Age affects players differently and in Gray's case - badly! Cyprus Bantam
  • Score: 0

4:00pm Thu 3 Apr 14

Victor Clayton says...

KnightMcCall wrote:
Victor Clayton wrote: Will be interesting to see the new strike force in action, and wouldn't mind seeing Dolan + Atkinson in the middle. i am really looking forward to this game.
The way Jones played on Tuesday I wouldn't swap him for Atkinson, particularly against a side likely to play 5 in midfield. Drury for McHugh is the only change I would be making subject to injury, illness and the fact that PP knows much more than I do...
You could make an argument that Bennett is more or a traditional midfield player than a winger and that Jones could be tired. At some point I would like to see how Atkinson and Dolan do, but I think Jones & Dolan is more likely. Hope Drury is fit.
[quote][p][bold]KnightMcCall[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Victor Clayton[/bold] wrote: Will be interesting to see the new strike force in action, and wouldn't mind seeing Dolan + Atkinson in the middle. i am really looking forward to this game.[/p][/quote]The way Jones played on Tuesday I wouldn't swap him for Atkinson, particularly against a side likely to play 5 in midfield. Drury for McHugh is the only change I would be making subject to injury, illness and the fact that PP knows much more than I do...[/p][/quote]You could make an argument that Bennett is more or a traditional midfield player than a winger and that Jones could be tired. At some point I would like to see how Atkinson and Dolan do, but I think Jones & Dolan is more likely. Hope Drury is fit. Victor Clayton
  • Score: 0

4:41pm Thu 3 Apr 14

bcfc1903 says...

Bennett seems to be gaining confidence, I fancy he could be a decent signing for BCFC in the summer if the improvement in his game continues. He certainly is a bag of tricks, hopefully Reid if he can prove his fitness, Bennett and maybe Reach on a season long loan would be an exciting prospect for next season in the wide positions.

Regarding the Oldham game, they will come with the usual game plan to frustrate, as Parkinson says, It's up to us to find a way to pressurise them and if we can do that I think we'll win the game.
Bennett seems to be gaining confidence, I fancy he could be a decent signing for BCFC in the summer if the improvement in his game continues. He certainly is a bag of tricks, hopefully Reid if he can prove his fitness, Bennett and maybe Reach on a season long loan would be an exciting prospect for next season in the wide positions. Regarding the Oldham game, they will come with the usual game plan to frustrate, as Parkinson says, It's up to us to find a way to pressurise them and if we can do that I think we'll win the game. bcfc1903
  • Score: 3

9:59pm Thu 3 Apr 14

torreyman says...

Looking forward to Saturdays game but please please no banana skins this time just a good game with our boys on form and a good reff and a nice pie at half time that's all I ask oh yes and a 2 0 win
Looking forward to Saturdays game but please please no banana skins this time just a good game with our boys on form and a good reff and a nice pie at half time that's all I ask oh yes and a 2 0 win torreyman
  • Score: 1

12:33am Fri 4 Apr 14

dcbantam says...

KnightMcCall wrote:
dcbantam wrote:
whisky1 wrote:
rinkydink wrote:
"Andy Gray was .....{insert another illness/ailment/inju




ry here}"

why do we even pay him....
...because he has a contract...on the face of it he was a good signing quality player and a good pro by all accounts. Shame it has not worked out .
im not sure how andy gray can be classed as a good signing, the guy is apparently one of the top earners at the club at the youthful age of 36 who couldnt get a game at Leeds and cant be all that good to have been down the pecking order whoever his competition has been.

Being a 'good pro' hasnt brought performances from him or any signs of quality.
It's easy saying that now DC. PP doesn't have a time machine to assess players when he signs them. Criticising any signing as "poor" when a player has been

a) kept out of the side by an excellent James Hanson
b) suffered long-term injuries
c) suffered and played through illness

is entirely unfair.

He could have signed Wayne Bullimore as a youngster and then watch his career end on his home debut...was that a poor signing too? Maybe Gordon Watson was a poor signing because he had his leg snapped early on.

Whiskey is right to state that at the time Gray was a positive signing. The fact that is hasn't worked out is unfortunate not a bad purchase.

It's only two weeks since PP was ciriticised for signing Bennett, Mclean, Dolan et al. Well, all three were excellent at orient and Coventry so the criticism looks pretty foolish to me. Drury also looking like a good signing and Reach has been excellent for the most part.

Some people just look for ways to justify their snapshot opinions as they struggle to accept that sometimes footie teams lose.
I'm not disagreeing with other signings and now they are settling the loan players have been on the whole, positive additions to the squad but it can't be wise to pay someone as much as Gray is on who had played as little football as he had.

Yes he can't have a 'time machine' but the risk taken of bringing in someone of that age is that they often get injuries. Sometimes it does work out I.e Gary Jones.

Either way looking forward to Saturday and 3 points!!
[quote][p][bold]KnightMcCall[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]dcbantam[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]whisky1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rinkydink[/bold] wrote: "Andy Gray was .....{insert another illness/ailment/inju ry here}" why do we even pay him....[/p][/quote]...because he has a contract...on the face of it he was a good signing quality player and a good pro by all accounts. Shame it has not worked out .[/p][/quote]im not sure how andy gray can be classed as a good signing, the guy is apparently one of the top earners at the club at the youthful age of 36 who couldnt get a game at Leeds and cant be all that good to have been down the pecking order whoever his competition has been. Being a 'good pro' hasnt brought performances from him or any signs of quality.[/p][/quote]It's easy saying that now DC. PP doesn't have a time machine to assess players when he signs them. Criticising any signing as "poor" when a player has been a) kept out of the side by an excellent James Hanson b) suffered long-term injuries c) suffered and played through illness is entirely unfair. He could have signed Wayne Bullimore as a youngster and then watch his career end on his home debut...was that a poor signing too? Maybe Gordon Watson was a poor signing because he had his leg snapped early on. Whiskey is right to state that at the time Gray was a positive signing. The fact that is hasn't worked out is unfortunate not a bad purchase. It's only two weeks since PP was ciriticised for signing Bennett, Mclean, Dolan et al. Well, all three were excellent at orient and Coventry so the criticism looks pretty foolish to me. Drury also looking like a good signing and Reach has been excellent for the most part. Some people just look for ways to justify their snapshot opinions as they struggle to accept that sometimes footie teams lose.[/p][/quote]I'm not disagreeing with other signings and now they are settling the loan players have been on the whole, positive additions to the squad but it can't be wise to pay someone as much as Gray is on who had played as little football as he had. Yes he can't have a 'time machine' but the risk taken of bringing in someone of that age is that they often get injuries. Sometimes it does work out I.e Gary Jones. Either way looking forward to Saturday and 3 points!! dcbantam
  • Score: 5

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