Parkinson won't rest on his laurels on Bradford City anniversary

Phil Parkinson and assistant Steve Parkin have had plenty to celebrate in their three years at Valley Parade

Phil Parkinson and assistant Steve Parkin have had plenty to celebrate in their three years at Valley Parade

First published in Sport Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Photograph of the Author by , Bradford City Reporter

PHIL Parkinson stressed there will be no time for any pats on the back as he celebrates three years in the Valley Parade hot-seat today.

City's dramatic derby triumph over Leeds was the latest in a long line of memorable moments since Parkinson took over the reins from Peter Jackson in 2011.

With promotion, a cup final appearance and now a long-awaited victory over their local rivals, he has reinvigorated a club that had been on a long downward spiral.

City were 18th in League Two and battling for their survival when Parkinson came in. They have since shot up 34 places but the workaholic manager knows he has to keep building that momentum – and in particular, boosting numbers.

Parkinson said: "I knew the potential of the club when I first came here.

"When you see nights like Wednesday, it makes all the hard work that's gone in from everyone at the club worthwhile. It was just an occasion to savour for everybody.

"You could see after the game that there was such a buzz behind the scenes. When you walk out and see the place full, it makes me proud to be manager.

"I know how much it means to the people of Bradford to win (against Leeds) and that is what matters most; not any individual dates or whatever.

"I was out and about early yesterday and everybody was talking about the game. It's just so good to have that positivity. Bradford supporters have got that pride in the club and the city.

"It's my job and that of the board's to give them a team that they can really get behind and we are trying to do that. But we've got a lot of work to do to keep us competitive."

Parkinson is acutely aware of the size of his squad – and four of the 18 he named against Leeds are currently on non-contract or short-term deals.

With the transfer window due to close on Monday night, the City boss was in discussions with the board again yesterday.

"There are a lot of games coming up and we want to be able to put out a team that we feel will give those fans good value," he said.

"We've got players that need sorting out but my thought is that we might need to add more with the busy run to come.

"The board know that. Everyone's pleased with our existing team but we've just got to make the right decisions."

Billy Knott's thundering strike sparked City's late fightback against Leeds and Gary Liddle set up James Hanson for the winner. Parkinson believes that all of the summer recruits have quickly found their feet.

He said: "I've been pleased with the general spirit of the squad. Look at the 18-man squad from Wednesday night and ten of them are new players. That's a hell of a change-around.

"The way the lads have settled in since the Ireland trip has been really pleasing. They have all moved into the area.

"Billy Clarke straight away brought his wife and two kids up, Billy Knott has got a flat in the area near the training ground.

"Matt Dolan moved down to Leeds, Aaron Mclean spent last year in a hotel but is a lot more settled after getting a place here. Christopher Routis has got a flat nearby.

"I think that's so important because the last thing you want as a manager is players commuting in from further away.

"We try to do everything as professionally as we possibly can and being based around the area is all part of it."

City's midweek victory was their first against Leeds since 1986 and Parkinson was delighted that his team could deliver that for the fans.

He said: "We wanted people to go away when the game was finished and think 'cor, they've got something going on at Bradford'. I'm sure people will be talking about us again."

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8:53am Fri 29 Aug 14

OLD BANTAM says...

Here's to the next thee years great job well done. Given time and all the hard work that the board and back room staff do..who knows how far we can go. If we the supporters keep backing the manager and board to do the job thy are doing so we'll keep it up.
Here's to the next thee years great job well done. Given time and all the hard work that the board and back room staff do..who knows how far we can go. If we the supporters keep backing the manager and board to do the job thy are doing so we'll keep it up. OLD BANTAM
  • Score: 31

8:54am Fri 29 Aug 14

Freddy says...

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Very pleased to hear that players are now living in the west yorkshire area.
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I expect a couple of loan signings being brought in before Monday. They will want to join a great Squad,Manager and Club at Bradford City.
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The Bradford Army will be in fine voice and numbers at Rochdale tomorrow. Again , I wish I could be there at Spotland.
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* Very pleased to hear that players are now living in the west yorkshire area. * I expect a couple of loan signings being brought in before Monday. They will want to join a great Squad,Manager and Club at Bradford City. * The Bradford Army will be in fine voice and numbers at Rochdale tomorrow. Again , I wish I could be there at Spotland. * Freddy
  • Score: 15

9:01am Fri 29 Aug 14

shaun from richmond says...

We neeed more "QUALITY" players no doubt about that!!. YES we had a FANTASTIC night on Wednesday!, BUT we all know "Weeds" were SHOCKING!, and down to 10 men.....so more questions would have asked if we hadn't beaten them.
Now the man of "GLASS" is injured again, sure doesn't make it easy!.
We neeed more "QUALITY" players no doubt about that!!. YES we had a FANTASTIC night on Wednesday!, BUT we all know "Weeds" were SHOCKING!, and down to 10 men.....so more questions would have asked if we hadn't beaten them. Now the man of "GLASS" is injured again, sure doesn't make it easy!. shaun from richmond
  • Score: -67

10:19am Fri 29 Aug 14

tyker7745 says...

let's be honest when it was 11 v 11 we struggled to get into the game and were a long way behind on possession etc. That changed significantly when their player was sent off ( what was he thinking about?) and we ran out deserved winners.

My man of the match was Billy Knott who ran midfield and scored a superb goal. We played better also when Billy Clarke moved further forward who was very unlucky with two efforts. Jason Kennedy played well and could have had two goals. Meredith was exceptional but just needs o get past his opposite full back more to get crosses in from the by line

However it all counts for nothing unless we win on Saturday.

Gate just over 18600: really?
let's be honest when it was 11 v 11 we struggled to get into the game and were a long way behind on possession etc. That changed significantly when their player was sent off ( what was he thinking about?) and we ran out deserved winners. My man of the match was Billy Knott who ran midfield and scored a superb goal. We played better also when Billy Clarke moved further forward who was very unlucky with two efforts. Jason Kennedy played well and could have had two goals. Meredith was exceptional but just needs o get past his opposite full back more to get crosses in from the by line However it all counts for nothing unless we win on Saturday. Gate just over 18600: really? tyker7745
  • Score: -19

10:28am Fri 29 Aug 14

northyorksbantam says...

Man U have told Cleverley he can go and Valencia and Villa have made an offer today, so let's hope he gets a move. Anyone know the official sell on?
Man U have told Cleverley he can go and Valencia and Villa have made an offer today, so let's hope he gets a move. Anyone know the official sell on? northyorksbantam
  • Score: 7

10:32am Fri 29 Aug 14

Peter300 says...

shaun from richmond wrote:
We neeed more "QUALITY" players no doubt about that!!. YES we had a FANTASTIC night on Wednesday!, BUT we all know "Weeds" were SHOCKING!, and down to 10 men.....so more questions would have asked if we hadn't beaten them.
Now the man of "GLASS" is injured again, sure doesn't make it easy!.
The kind of shouting bluster message board viewers have come to expect from the outside person. The team I support did tremendously well on Wednesday night. I am proud of the players and club I support and what they have achieved in the past few years. Whatever kind of foolish comments certain people choose to make, City had to fight hard and show tremendous resilience to beat a Championship team on Wednesday. T&A message board viewers, do not let anyone like shaun try to belittle this. And whilst those that support City (my team) can bask in the achievements along the way, spare a thought for the negative outsiders like shaun who have spent those three years constantly criticising the manager, the team, the chairmen, the directors and, in fact, everything connected with the club. They are all rubbish according to shaun. How do I know that? Because I have, perhaps foolishly, read shauns postings for the past three years and undertand completely his mindset. However, the good news is that shaun has donated money to the club I support. I am very grateful for this as I know it will help the club, the manager and the team in bringing success over time. I also know for a fact that Mr. Lawn, Mr. Julian and Dave the Lecturer also thank shaun for his donations. This despite years of shouting criticism and ridicule on here, directed at those who run the club. By the way did I tell you that shaun plays golf? And he's visited the US of A and Dubai, and Torquay! and Plymouth!
[quote][p][bold]shaun from richmond[/bold] wrote: We neeed more "QUALITY" players no doubt about that!!. YES we had a FANTASTIC night on Wednesday!, BUT we all know "Weeds" were SHOCKING!, and down to 10 men.....so more questions would have asked if we hadn't beaten them. Now the man of "GLASS" is injured again, sure doesn't make it easy!.[/p][/quote]The kind of shouting bluster message board viewers have come to expect from the outside person. The team I support did tremendously well on Wednesday night. I am proud of the players and club I support and what they have achieved in the past few years. Whatever kind of foolish comments certain people choose to make, City had to fight hard and show tremendous resilience to beat a Championship team on Wednesday. T&A message board viewers, do not let anyone like shaun try to belittle this. And whilst those that support City (my team) can bask in the achievements along the way, spare a thought for the negative outsiders like shaun who have spent those three years constantly criticising the manager, the team, the chairmen, the directors and, in fact, everything connected with the club. They are all rubbish according to shaun. How do I know that? Because I have, perhaps foolishly, read shauns postings for the past three years and undertand completely his mindset. However, the good news is that shaun has donated money to the club I support. I am very grateful for this as I know it will help the club, the manager and the team in bringing success over time. I also know for a fact that Mr. Lawn, Mr. Julian and Dave the Lecturer also thank shaun for his donations. This despite years of shouting criticism and ridicule on here, directed at those who run the club. By the way did I tell you that shaun plays golf? And he's visited the US of A and Dubai, and Torquay! and Plymouth! Peter300
  • Score: 24

10:34am Fri 29 Aug 14

Peter300 says...

OLD BANTAM wrote:
Here's to the next thee years great job well done. Given time and all the hard work that the board and back room staff do..who knows how far we can go. If we the supporters keep backing the manager and board to do the job thy are doing so we'll keep it up.
Well, thats the big question. A couple of defeats and a few games without a win and the usual crew will be up and running again.
[quote][p][bold]OLD BANTAM[/bold] wrote: Here's to the next thee years great job well done. Given time and all the hard work that the board and back room staff do..who knows how far we can go. If we the supporters keep backing the manager and board to do the job thy are doing so we'll keep it up.[/p][/quote]Well, thats the big question. A couple of defeats and a few games without a win and the usual crew will be up and running again. Peter300
  • Score: 5

11:07am Fri 29 Aug 14

Lancashire Bantam says...

Cleverley has a 10% sell on value, so it looks like it's going to be a good week for City.
Cleverley has a 10% sell on value, so it looks like it's going to be a good week for City. Lancashire Bantam
  • Score: 10

11:11am Fri 29 Aug 14

bcfc1903 says...

Great that the new players signed are living in and around West Yorkshire, much better to have every player not having to make long commutes or living in local Hotel rooms, another great move by our manager, adding to what is becoming a long list of good moves.
Great that the new players signed are living in and around West Yorkshire, much better to have every player not having to make long commutes or living in local Hotel rooms, another great move by our manager, adding to what is becoming a long list of good moves. bcfc1903
  • Score: 12

11:34am Fri 29 Aug 14

Michael Clayton says...

Peter300 wrote:
shaun from richmond wrote: We neeed more "QUALITY" players no doubt about that!!. YES we had a FANTASTIC night on Wednesday!, BUT we all know "Weeds" were SHOCKING!, and down to 10 men.....so more questions would have asked if we hadn't beaten them. Now the man of "GLASS" is injured again, sure doesn't make it easy!.
The kind of shouting bluster message board viewers have come to expect from the outside person. The team I support did tremendously well on Wednesday night. I am proud of the players and club I support and what they have achieved in the past few years. Whatever kind of foolish comments certain people choose to make, City had to fight hard and show tremendous resilience to beat a Championship team on Wednesday. T&A message board viewers, do not let anyone like shaun try to belittle this. And whilst those that support City (my team) can bask in the achievements along the way, spare a thought for the negative outsiders like shaun who have spent those three years constantly criticising the manager, the team, the chairmen, the directors and, in fact, everything connected with the club. They are all rubbish according to shaun. How do I know that? Because I have, perhaps foolishly, read shauns postings for the past three years and undertand completely his mindset. However, the good news is that shaun has donated money to the club I support. I am very grateful for this as I know it will help the club, the manager and the team in bringing success over time. I also know for a fact that Mr. Lawn, Mr. Julian and Dave the Lecturer also thank shaun for his donations. This despite years of shouting criticism and ridicule on here, directed at those who run the club. By the way did I tell you that shaun plays golf? And he's visited the US of A and Dubai, and Torquay! and Plymouth!
What better way to celebrate an anniversary than with a stinging rebuke. Three years of vitriol neatly packaged for all the readers.
[quote][p][bold]Peter300[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]shaun from richmond[/bold] wrote: We neeed more "QUALITY" players no doubt about that!!. YES we had a FANTASTIC night on Wednesday!, BUT we all know "Weeds" were SHOCKING!, and down to 10 men.....so more questions would have asked if we hadn't beaten them. Now the man of "GLASS" is injured again, sure doesn't make it easy!.[/p][/quote]The kind of shouting bluster message board viewers have come to expect from the outside person. The team I support did tremendously well on Wednesday night. I am proud of the players and club I support and what they have achieved in the past few years. Whatever kind of foolish comments certain people choose to make, City had to fight hard and show tremendous resilience to beat a Championship team on Wednesday. T&A message board viewers, do not let anyone like shaun try to belittle this. And whilst those that support City (my team) can bask in the achievements along the way, spare a thought for the negative outsiders like shaun who have spent those three years constantly criticising the manager, the team, the chairmen, the directors and, in fact, everything connected with the club. They are all rubbish according to shaun. How do I know that? Because I have, perhaps foolishly, read shauns postings for the past three years and undertand completely his mindset. However, the good news is that shaun has donated money to the club I support. I am very grateful for this as I know it will help the club, the manager and the team in bringing success over time. I also know for a fact that Mr. Lawn, Mr. Julian and Dave the Lecturer also thank shaun for his donations. This despite years of shouting criticism and ridicule on here, directed at those who run the club. By the way did I tell you that shaun plays golf? And he's visited the US of A and Dubai, and Torquay! and Plymouth![/p][/quote]What better way to celebrate an anniversary than with a stinging rebuke. Three years of vitriol neatly packaged for all the readers. Michael Clayton
  • Score: 10

11:36am Fri 29 Aug 14

lawsonio123 says...

Mr Parkinson is a good manager who City are lucky to have. In regard to Shaun.s uttering of today Shaun you have still not become of age you must name the players you talk about. Who is Man of Glass we need to know Who are Weeds we need to know The kinder garden is for children it is time you grew up and told us so we can understand what you mean or have you become a Peter Pan like being. take care
Mr Parkinson is a good manager who City are lucky to have. In regard to Shaun.s uttering of today Shaun you have still not become of age you must name the players you talk about. Who is Man of Glass we need to know Who are Weeds we need to know The kinder garden is for children it is time you grew up and told us so we can understand what you mean or have you become a Peter Pan like being. take care lawsonio123
  • Score: 2

12:28pm Fri 29 Aug 14

shaun from richmond says...

Peter300 wrote:
shaun from richmond wrote:
We neeed more "QUALITY" players no doubt about that!!. YES we had a FANTASTIC night on Wednesday!, BUT we all know "Weeds" were SHOCKING!, and down to 10 men.....so more questions would have asked if we hadn't beaten them.
Now the man of "GLASS" is injured again, sure doesn't make it easy!.
The kind of shouting bluster message board viewers have come to expect from the outside person. The team I support did tremendously well on Wednesday night. I am proud of the players and club I support and what they have achieved in the past few years. Whatever kind of foolish comments certain people choose to make, City had to fight hard and show tremendous resilience to beat a Championship team on Wednesday. T&A message board viewers, do not let anyone like shaun try to belittle this. And whilst those that support City (my team) can bask in the achievements along the way, spare a thought for the negative outsiders like shaun who have spent those three years constantly criticising the manager, the team, the chairmen, the directors and, in fact, everything connected with the club. They are all rubbish according to shaun. How do I know that? Because I have, perhaps foolishly, read shauns postings for the past three years and undertand completely his mindset. However, the good news is that shaun has donated money to the club I support. I am very grateful for this as I know it will help the club, the manager and the team in bringing success over time. I also know for a fact that Mr. Lawn, Mr. Julian and Dave the Lecturer also thank shaun for his donations. This despite years of shouting criticism and ridicule on here, directed at those who run the club. By the way did I tell you that shaun plays golf? And he's visited the US of A and Dubai, and Torquay! and Plymouth!
GLAD your still getting to the LIBRARY!
[quote][p][bold]Peter300[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]shaun from richmond[/bold] wrote: We neeed more "QUALITY" players no doubt about that!!. YES we had a FANTASTIC night on Wednesday!, BUT we all know "Weeds" were SHOCKING!, and down to 10 men.....so more questions would have asked if we hadn't beaten them. Now the man of "GLASS" is injured again, sure doesn't make it easy!.[/p][/quote]The kind of shouting bluster message board viewers have come to expect from the outside person. The team I support did tremendously well on Wednesday night. I am proud of the players and club I support and what they have achieved in the past few years. Whatever kind of foolish comments certain people choose to make, City had to fight hard and show tremendous resilience to beat a Championship team on Wednesday. T&A message board viewers, do not let anyone like shaun try to belittle this. And whilst those that support City (my team) can bask in the achievements along the way, spare a thought for the negative outsiders like shaun who have spent those three years constantly criticising the manager, the team, the chairmen, the directors and, in fact, everything connected with the club. They are all rubbish according to shaun. How do I know that? Because I have, perhaps foolishly, read shauns postings for the past three years and undertand completely his mindset. However, the good news is that shaun has donated money to the club I support. I am very grateful for this as I know it will help the club, the manager and the team in bringing success over time. I also know for a fact that Mr. Lawn, Mr. Julian and Dave the Lecturer also thank shaun for his donations. This despite years of shouting criticism and ridicule on here, directed at those who run the club. By the way did I tell you that shaun plays golf? And he's visited the US of A and Dubai, and Torquay! and Plymouth![/p][/quote]GLAD your still getting to the LIBRARY! shaun from richmond
  • Score: -5

12:30pm Fri 29 Aug 14

shaun from richmond says...

Michael Clayton wrote:
Peter300 wrote:
shaun from richmond wrote: We neeed more "QUALITY" players no doubt about that!!. YES we had a FANTASTIC night on Wednesday!, BUT we all know "Weeds" were SHOCKING!, and down to 10 men.....so more questions would have asked if we hadn't beaten them. Now the man of "GLASS" is injured again, sure doesn't make it easy!.
The kind of shouting bluster message board viewers have come to expect from the outside person. The team I support did tremendously well on Wednesday night. I am proud of the players and club I support and what they have achieved in the past few years. Whatever kind of foolish comments certain people choose to make, City had to fight hard and show tremendous resilience to beat a Championship team on Wednesday. T&A message board viewers, do not let anyone like shaun try to belittle this. And whilst those that support City (my team) can bask in the achievements along the way, spare a thought for the negative outsiders like shaun who have spent those three years constantly criticising the manager, the team, the chairmen, the directors and, in fact, everything connected with the club. They are all rubbish according to shaun. How do I know that? Because I have, perhaps foolishly, read shauns postings for the past three years and undertand completely his mindset. However, the good news is that shaun has donated money to the club I support. I am very grateful for this as I know it will help the club, the manager and the team in bringing success over time. I also know for a fact that Mr. Lawn, Mr. Julian and Dave the Lecturer also thank shaun for his donations. This despite years of shouting criticism and ridicule on here, directed at those who run the club. By the way did I tell you that shaun plays golf? And he's visited the US of A and Dubai, and Torquay! and Plymouth!
What better way to celebrate an anniversary than with a stinging rebuke. Three years of vitriol neatly packaged for all the readers.
Stinging rebuke??????...Stick to defending the SCUM!
[quote][p][bold]Michael Clayton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Peter300[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]shaun from richmond[/bold] wrote: We neeed more "QUALITY" players no doubt about that!!. YES we had a FANTASTIC night on Wednesday!, BUT we all know "Weeds" were SHOCKING!, and down to 10 men.....so more questions would have asked if we hadn't beaten them. Now the man of "GLASS" is injured again, sure doesn't make it easy!.[/p][/quote]The kind of shouting bluster message board viewers have come to expect from the outside person. The team I support did tremendously well on Wednesday night. I am proud of the players and club I support and what they have achieved in the past few years. Whatever kind of foolish comments certain people choose to make, City had to fight hard and show tremendous resilience to beat a Championship team on Wednesday. T&A message board viewers, do not let anyone like shaun try to belittle this. And whilst those that support City (my team) can bask in the achievements along the way, spare a thought for the negative outsiders like shaun who have spent those three years constantly criticising the manager, the team, the chairmen, the directors and, in fact, everything connected with the club. They are all rubbish according to shaun. How do I know that? Because I have, perhaps foolishly, read shauns postings for the past three years and undertand completely his mindset. However, the good news is that shaun has donated money to the club I support. I am very grateful for this as I know it will help the club, the manager and the team in bringing success over time. I also know for a fact that Mr. Lawn, Mr. Julian and Dave the Lecturer also thank shaun for his donations. This despite years of shouting criticism and ridicule on here, directed at those who run the club. By the way did I tell you that shaun plays golf? And he's visited the US of A and Dubai, and Torquay! and Plymouth![/p][/quote]What better way to celebrate an anniversary than with a stinging rebuke. Three years of vitriol neatly packaged for all the readers.[/p][/quote]Stinging rebuke??????...Stick to defending the SCUM! shaun from richmond
  • Score: -5

1:05pm Fri 29 Aug 14

Michael Clayton says...

shaun from richmond wrote:
Michael Clayton wrote:
Peter300 wrote:
shaun from richmond wrote: We neeed more "QUALITY" players no doubt about that!!. YES we had a FANTASTIC night on Wednesday!, BUT we all know "Weeds" were SHOCKING!, and down to 10 men.....so more questions would have asked if we hadn't beaten them. Now the man of "GLASS" is injured again, sure doesn't make it easy!.
The kind of shouting bluster message board viewers have come to expect from the outside person. The team I support did tremendously well on Wednesday night. I am proud of the players and club I support and what they have achieved in the past few years. Whatever kind of foolish comments certain people choose to make, City had to fight hard and show tremendous resilience to beat a Championship team on Wednesday. T&A message board viewers, do not let anyone like shaun try to belittle this. And whilst those that support City (my team) can bask in the achievements along the way, spare a thought for the negative outsiders like shaun who have spent those three years constantly criticising the manager, the team, the chairmen, the directors and, in fact, everything connected with the club. They are all rubbish according to shaun. How do I know that? Because I have, perhaps foolishly, read shauns postings for the past three years and undertand completely his mindset. However, the good news is that shaun has donated money to the club I support. I am very grateful for this as I know it will help the club, the manager and the team in bringing success over time. I also know for a fact that Mr. Lawn, Mr. Julian and Dave the Lecturer also thank shaun for his donations. This despite years of shouting criticism and ridicule on here, directed at those who run the club. By the way did I tell you that shaun plays golf? And he's visited the US of A and Dubai, and Torquay! and Plymouth!
What better way to celebrate an anniversary than with a stinging rebuke. Three years of vitriol neatly packaged for all the readers.
Stinging rebuke??????...Stick to defending the SCUM!
I can't defend you any more than I already have done.
[quote][p][bold]shaun from richmond[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Michael Clayton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Peter300[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]shaun from richmond[/bold] wrote: We neeed more "QUALITY" players no doubt about that!!. YES we had a FANTASTIC night on Wednesday!, BUT we all know "Weeds" were SHOCKING!, and down to 10 men.....so more questions would have asked if we hadn't beaten them. Now the man of "GLASS" is injured again, sure doesn't make it easy!.[/p][/quote]The kind of shouting bluster message board viewers have come to expect from the outside person. The team I support did tremendously well on Wednesday night. I am proud of the players and club I support and what they have achieved in the past few years. Whatever kind of foolish comments certain people choose to make, City had to fight hard and show tremendous resilience to beat a Championship team on Wednesday. T&A message board viewers, do not let anyone like shaun try to belittle this. And whilst those that support City (my team) can bask in the achievements along the way, spare a thought for the negative outsiders like shaun who have spent those three years constantly criticising the manager, the team, the chairmen, the directors and, in fact, everything connected with the club. They are all rubbish according to shaun. How do I know that? Because I have, perhaps foolishly, read shauns postings for the past three years and undertand completely his mindset. However, the good news is that shaun has donated money to the club I support. I am very grateful for this as I know it will help the club, the manager and the team in bringing success over time. I also know for a fact that Mr. Lawn, Mr. Julian and Dave the Lecturer also thank shaun for his donations. This despite years of shouting criticism and ridicule on here, directed at those who run the club. By the way did I tell you that shaun plays golf? And he's visited the US of A and Dubai, and Torquay! and Plymouth![/p][/quote]What better way to celebrate an anniversary than with a stinging rebuke. Three years of vitriol neatly packaged for all the readers.[/p][/quote]Stinging rebuke??????...Stick to defending the SCUM![/p][/quote]I can't defend you any more than I already have done. Michael Clayton
  • Score: 3

1:08pm Fri 29 Aug 14

shaun from richmond says...

Michael Clayton wrote:
shaun from richmond wrote:
Michael Clayton wrote:
Peter300 wrote:
shaun from richmond wrote: We neeed more "QUALITY" players no doubt about that!!. YES we had a FANTASTIC night on Wednesday!, BUT we all know "Weeds" were SHOCKING!, and down to 10 men.....so more questions would have asked if we hadn't beaten them. Now the man of "GLASS" is injured again, sure doesn't make it easy!.
The kind of shouting bluster message board viewers have come to expect from the outside person. The team I support did tremendously well on Wednesday night. I am proud of the players and club I support and what they have achieved in the past few years. Whatever kind of foolish comments certain people choose to make, City had to fight hard and show tremendous resilience to beat a Championship team on Wednesday. T&A message board viewers, do not let anyone like shaun try to belittle this. And whilst those that support City (my team) can bask in the achievements along the way, spare a thought for the negative outsiders like shaun who have spent those three years constantly criticising the manager, the team, the chairmen, the directors and, in fact, everything connected with the club. They are all rubbish according to shaun. How do I know that? Because I have, perhaps foolishly, read shauns postings for the past three years and undertand completely his mindset. However, the good news is that shaun has donated money to the club I support. I am very grateful for this as I know it will help the club, the manager and the team in bringing success over time. I also know for a fact that Mr. Lawn, Mr. Julian and Dave the Lecturer also thank shaun for his donations. This despite years of shouting criticism and ridicule on here, directed at those who run the club. By the way did I tell you that shaun plays golf? And he's visited the US of A and Dubai, and Torquay! and Plymouth!
What better way to celebrate an anniversary than with a stinging rebuke. Three years of vitriol neatly packaged for all the readers.
Stinging rebuke??????...Stick to defending the SCUM!
I can't defend you any more than I already have done.
Good response!...LIKE IT!
[quote][p][bold]Michael Clayton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]shaun from richmond[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Michael Clayton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Peter300[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]shaun from richmond[/bold] wrote: We neeed more "QUALITY" players no doubt about that!!. YES we had a FANTASTIC night on Wednesday!, BUT we all know "Weeds" were SHOCKING!, and down to 10 men.....so more questions would have asked if we hadn't beaten them. Now the man of "GLASS" is injured again, sure doesn't make it easy!.[/p][/quote]The kind of shouting bluster message board viewers have come to expect from the outside person. The team I support did tremendously well on Wednesday night. I am proud of the players and club I support and what they have achieved in the past few years. Whatever kind of foolish comments certain people choose to make, City had to fight hard and show tremendous resilience to beat a Championship team on Wednesday. T&A message board viewers, do not let anyone like shaun try to belittle this. And whilst those that support City (my team) can bask in the achievements along the way, spare a thought for the negative outsiders like shaun who have spent those three years constantly criticising the manager, the team, the chairmen, the directors and, in fact, everything connected with the club. They are all rubbish according to shaun. How do I know that? Because I have, perhaps foolishly, read shauns postings for the past three years and undertand completely his mindset. However, the good news is that shaun has donated money to the club I support. I am very grateful for this as I know it will help the club, the manager and the team in bringing success over time. I also know for a fact that Mr. Lawn, Mr. Julian and Dave the Lecturer also thank shaun for his donations. This despite years of shouting criticism and ridicule on here, directed at those who run the club. By the way did I tell you that shaun plays golf? And he's visited the US of A and Dubai, and Torquay! and Plymouth![/p][/quote]What better way to celebrate an anniversary than with a stinging rebuke. Three years of vitriol neatly packaged for all the readers.[/p][/quote]Stinging rebuke??????...Stick to defending the SCUM![/p][/quote]I can't defend you any more than I already have done.[/p][/quote]Good response!...LIKE IT! shaun from richmond
  • Score: -1

1:39pm Fri 29 Aug 14

Harry Boy says...

I understand from our "friends" at LS 11 that they are very keen on Parkinson and are considering making an official approach.
I understand from our "friends" at LS 11 that they are very keen on Parkinson and are considering making an official approach. Harry Boy
  • Score: -3

1:59pm Fri 29 Aug 14

lawsonio123 says...

Harry Boy wrote:
I understand from our "friends" at LS 11 that they are very keen on Parkinson and are considering making an official approach.
Parky is going nowhere
[quote][p][bold]Harry Boy[/bold] wrote: I understand from our "friends" at LS 11 that they are very keen on Parkinson and are considering making an official approach.[/p][/quote]Parky is going nowhere lawsonio123
  • Score: 7

2:15pm Fri 29 Aug 14

Village Bantam says...

So with a bumper £250,000 from the Leeds tie and another £900,000 seemingly on the way from the impending sell on fee we will receive from the Cleverley transfer - we could suddenly find ourselves involved heavily on the transfer deadline show and have a squad that can compete for promotion.
So with a bumper £250,000 from the Leeds tie and another £900,000 seemingly on the way from the impending sell on fee we will receive from the Cleverley transfer - we could suddenly find ourselves involved heavily on the transfer deadline show and have a squad that can compete for promotion. Village Bantam
  • Score: 6

2:42pm Fri 29 Aug 14

Michael Clayton says...

Village Bantam wrote:
So with a bumper £250,000 from the Leeds tie and another £900,000 seemingly on the way from the impending sell on fee we will receive from the Cleverley transfer - we could suddenly find ourselves involved heavily on the transfer deadline show and have a squad that can compete for promotion.
Any more windfalls and there will be enough to give us all a trip to Flamingo Land.
[quote][p][bold]Village Bantam[/bold] wrote: So with a bumper £250,000 from the Leeds tie and another £900,000 seemingly on the way from the impending sell on fee we will receive from the Cleverley transfer - we could suddenly find ourselves involved heavily on the transfer deadline show and have a squad that can compete for promotion.[/p][/quote]Any more windfalls and there will be enough to give us all a trip to Flamingo Land. Michael Clayton
  • Score: 6

2:58pm Fri 29 Aug 14

Freddy says...

lawsonio123 wrote:
Mr Parkinson is a good manager who City are lucky to have. In regard to Shaun.s uttering of today Shaun you have still not become of age you must name the players you talk about. Who is Man of Glass we need to know Who are Weeds we need to know The kinder garden is for children it is time you grew up and told us so we can understand what you mean or have you become a Peter Pan like being. take care
*
I wonder if those who read and respond to " S f R " realise,, he makes his nasty, and unnecessary statements,deliberat
ely. He revels in " Winding-Up ", those to whom he catches, in his net of poisonous verbal diarrhea.
*
For Lawnsonio 123 :-
Weeds---is Leeds.
Man of Glass --is Andrew Davies
But his nasty comments are not really worth defining. IGNORE HIM.
*
[quote][p][bold]lawsonio123[/bold] wrote: Mr Parkinson is a good manager who City are lucky to have. In regard to Shaun.s uttering of today Shaun you have still not become of age you must name the players you talk about. Who is Man of Glass we need to know Who are Weeds we need to know The kinder garden is for children it is time you grew up and told us so we can understand what you mean or have you become a Peter Pan like being. take care[/p][/quote]* I wonder if those who read and respond to " S f R " realise,, he makes his nasty, and unnecessary statements,deliberat ely. He revels in " Winding-Up ", those to whom he catches, in his net of poisonous verbal diarrhea. * For Lawnsonio 123 :- Weeds---is Leeds. Man of Glass --is Andrew Davies But his nasty comments are not really worth defining. IGNORE HIM. * Freddy
  • Score: 4

5:29pm Fri 29 Aug 14

shoesmaker26 says...

keep up the same that you did to leeds at rochdale and the other teams and you carnt go wrong , just one small thing though i think you need more pace on the balls going in the box keep up the great work
keep up the same that you did to leeds at rochdale and the other teams and you carnt go wrong , just one small thing though i think you need more pace on the balls going in the box keep up the great work shoesmaker26
  • Score: 1

6:50pm Fri 29 Aug 14

Citygent1960 says...

shaun from richmond wrote:
We neeed more "QUALITY" players no doubt about that!!. YES we had a FANTASTIC night on Wednesday!, BUT we all know "Weeds" were SHOCKING!, and down to 10 men.....so more questions would have asked if we hadn't beaten them.
Now the man of "GLASS" is injured again, sure doesn't make it easy!.
I had NEVER responded to your PATHETIC comments before but YOU have SCORED minus 51so far. Does that TELL you ANYTHING?
[quote][p][bold]shaun from richmond[/bold] wrote: We neeed more "QUALITY" players no doubt about that!!. YES we had a FANTASTIC night on Wednesday!, BUT we all know "Weeds" were SHOCKING!, and down to 10 men.....so more questions would have asked if we hadn't beaten them. Now the man of "GLASS" is injured again, sure doesn't make it easy!.[/p][/quote]I had NEVER responded to your PATHETIC comments before but YOU have SCORED minus 51so far. Does that TELL you ANYTHING? Citygent1960
  • Score: 0

7:21pm Fri 29 Aug 14

jamiejoe says...

northyorksbantam wrote:
Man U have told Cleverley he can go and Valencia and Villa have made an offer today, so let's hope he gets a move. Anyone know the official sell on?
I was told by the Villa fans in the know in Birmingham that they made an offer for Nakhi Wells - it must have been derisory.

I know Villa have struggled but they still get 35,000 at home and play good attacking football away and do well at Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea etc ...

I don't think he could have had the offer. Unless it was a cheeky one that the club turned down so he only had the choice of the £1.2 - 1.3 million from Hudders or whatever they have / will pay out in the end!
[quote][p][bold]northyorksbantam[/bold] wrote: Man U have told Cleverley he can go and Valencia and Villa have made an offer today, so let's hope he gets a move. Anyone know the official sell on?[/p][/quote]I was told by the Villa fans in the know in Birmingham that they made an offer for Nakhi Wells - it must have been derisory. I know Villa have struggled but they still get 35,000 at home and play good attacking football away and do well at Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea etc ... I don't think he could have had the offer. Unless it was a cheeky one that the club turned down so he only had the choice of the £1.2 - 1.3 million from Hudders or whatever they have / will pay out in the end! jamiejoe
  • Score: 3

7:24pm Fri 29 Aug 14

jamiejoe says...

Village Bantam wrote:
So with a bumper £250,000 from the Leeds tie and another £900,000 seemingly on the way from the impending sell on fee we will receive from the Cleverley transfer - we could suddenly find ourselves involved heavily on the transfer deadline show and have a squad that can compete for promotion.
Let's hope so ...

We have a team that can compete.

But a broken arm for Davies tells us all we need to know - we need a good 22 players with some young 'uns and wise heads!

... and most of all - players good with their feet like we do have.
[quote][p][bold]Village Bantam[/bold] wrote: So with a bumper £250,000 from the Leeds tie and another £900,000 seemingly on the way from the impending sell on fee we will receive from the Cleverley transfer - we could suddenly find ourselves involved heavily on the transfer deadline show and have a squad that can compete for promotion.[/p][/quote]Let's hope so ... We have a team that can compete. But a broken arm for Davies tells us all we need to know - we need a good 22 players with some young 'uns and wise heads! ... and most of all - players good with their feet like we do have. jamiejoe
  • Score: 2

7:25pm Fri 29 Aug 14

jamiejoe says...

Michael Clayton wrote:
Village Bantam wrote:
So with a bumper £250,000 from the Leeds tie and another £900,000 seemingly on the way from the impending sell on fee we will receive from the Cleverley transfer - we could suddenly find ourselves involved heavily on the transfer deadline show and have a squad that can compete for promotion.
Any more windfalls and there will be enough to give us all a trip to Flamingo Land.
let's try to buy the merchandise venues - or better still the whole park!!
[quote][p][bold]Michael Clayton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Village Bantam[/bold] wrote: So with a bumper £250,000 from the Leeds tie and another £900,000 seemingly on the way from the impending sell on fee we will receive from the Cleverley transfer - we could suddenly find ourselves involved heavily on the transfer deadline show and have a squad that can compete for promotion.[/p][/quote]Any more windfalls and there will be enough to give us all a trip to Flamingo Land.[/p][/quote]let's try to buy the merchandise venues - or better still the whole park!! jamiejoe
  • Score: 2

7:37pm Fri 29 Aug 14

jamiejoe says...

shoesmaker26 wrote:
keep up the same that you did to leeds at rochdale and the other teams and you carnt go wrong , just one small thing though i think you need more pace on the balls going in the box keep up the great work
Meredith has won his left spot back.

He was man of the match for a good reason - the amount of quality crosses. And the goals - esp. the first - if Messi or Rooney had scored it they would be purring all over them!!

Okay - Davies is out and Sheenan is good too. Meredith deserves to play the whole season.
[quote][p][bold]shoesmaker26[/bold] wrote: keep up the same that you did to leeds at rochdale and the other teams and you carnt go wrong , just one small thing though i think you need more pace on the balls going in the box keep up the great work[/p][/quote]Meredith has won his left spot back. He was man of the match for a good reason - the amount of quality crosses. And the goals - esp. the first - if Messi or Rooney had scored it they would be purring all over them!! Okay - Davies is out and Sheenan is good too. Meredith deserves to play the whole season. jamiejoe
  • Score: 0

7:57pm Fri 29 Aug 14

shoesmaker26 says...

I NO WOT YOU ARE SAYING BUT ALSO WOT A BALL FOR HANSONS GOAL ALL IN ALL THE TEAM WERE VERY GOOD
I NO WOT YOU ARE SAYING BUT ALSO WOT A BALL FOR HANSONS GOAL ALL IN ALL THE TEAM WERE VERY GOOD shoesmaker26
  • Score: 1

8:02pm Fri 29 Aug 14

lawsonio123 says...

Village Bantam wrote:
So with a bumper £250,000 from the Leeds tie and another £900,000 seemingly on the way from the impending sell on fee we will receive from the Cleverley transfer - we could suddenly find ourselves involved heavily on the transfer deadline show and have a squad that can compete for promotion.
Hello Village Bantam I would like to think you are right but do not think Parky will be given that money However if he can be given say £250,000 then who knows we may be flying This is probably realistic but you cannot expect him to be given 1 million which it is what it would amount to if Cleverly is sold City do have ongoing expense as well so just keep your fingers crossed Take Care lawsonio
[quote][p][bold]Village Bantam[/bold] wrote: So with a bumper £250,000 from the Leeds tie and another £900,000 seemingly on the way from the impending sell on fee we will receive from the Cleverley transfer - we could suddenly find ourselves involved heavily on the transfer deadline show and have a squad that can compete for promotion.[/p][/quote]Hello Village Bantam I would like to think you are right but do not think Parky will be given that money However if he can be given say £250,000 then who knows we may be flying This is probably realistic but you cannot expect him to be given 1 million which it is what it would amount to if Cleverly is sold City do have ongoing expense as well so just keep your fingers crossed Take Care lawsonio lawsonio123
  • Score: 3

8:06pm Fri 29 Aug 14

lawsonio123 says...

Michael Clayton wrote:
Village Bantam wrote:
So with a bumper £250,000 from the Leeds tie and another £900,000 seemingly on the way from the impending sell on fee we will receive from the Cleverley transfer - we could suddenly find ourselves involved heavily on the transfer deadline show and have a squad that can compete for promotion.
Any more windfalls and there will be enough to give us all a trip to Flamingo Land.
Good Lord you are getting very near Shaun up there do you really want to get so close
[quote][p][bold]Michael Clayton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Village Bantam[/bold] wrote: So with a bumper £250,000 from the Leeds tie and another £900,000 seemingly on the way from the impending sell on fee we will receive from the Cleverley transfer - we could suddenly find ourselves involved heavily on the transfer deadline show and have a squad that can compete for promotion.[/p][/quote]Any more windfalls and there will be enough to give us all a trip to Flamingo Land.[/p][/quote]Good Lord you are getting very near Shaun up there do you really want to get so close lawsonio123
  • Score: 2

8:09pm Fri 29 Aug 14

lawsonio123 says...

Freddy wrote:
lawsonio123 wrote:
Mr Parkinson is a good manager who City are lucky to have. In regard to Shaun.s uttering of today Shaun you have still not become of age you must name the players you talk about. Who is Man of Glass we need to know Who are Weeds we need to know The kinder garden is for children it is time you grew up and told us so we can understand what you mean or have you become a Peter Pan like being. take care
*
I wonder if those who read and respond to " S f R " realise,, he makes his nasty, and unnecessary statements,deliberat

ely. He revels in " Winding-Up ", those to whom he catches, in his net of poisonous verbal diarrhea.
*
For Lawnsonio 123 :-
Weeds---is Leeds.
Man of Glass --is Andrew Davies
But his nasty comments are not really worth defining. IGNORE HIM.
*
Thank you Freddy but i wanted him to tell me you see i need him to grow up now lawsonio
[quote][p][bold]Freddy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lawsonio123[/bold] wrote: Mr Parkinson is a good manager who City are lucky to have. In regard to Shaun.s uttering of today Shaun you have still not become of age you must name the players you talk about. Who is Man of Glass we need to know Who are Weeds we need to know The kinder garden is for children it is time you grew up and told us so we can understand what you mean or have you become a Peter Pan like being. take care[/p][/quote]* I wonder if those who read and respond to " S f R " realise,, he makes his nasty, and unnecessary statements,deliberat ely. He revels in " Winding-Up ", those to whom he catches, in his net of poisonous verbal diarrhea. * For Lawnsonio 123 :- Weeds---is Leeds. Man of Glass --is Andrew Davies But his nasty comments are not really worth defining. IGNORE HIM. *[/p][/quote]Thank you Freddy but i wanted him to tell me you see i need him to grow up now lawsonio lawsonio123
  • Score: 4

9:15pm Fri 29 Aug 14

Pablo says...

jamiejoe wrote:
shoesmaker26 wrote:
keep up the same that you did to leeds at rochdale and the other teams and you carnt go wrong , just one small thing though i think you need more pace on the balls going in the box keep up the great work
Meredith has won his left spot back.

He was man of the match for a good reason - the amount of quality crosses. And the goals - esp. the first - if Messi or Rooney had scored it they would be purring all over them!!

Okay - Davies is out and Sheenan is good too. Meredith deserves to play the whole season.
Nobody deserves "to play all season".

A manager picks a team, dependent on tactics, availability, and current form. Nobody has a God given right to be in the team.
[quote][p][bold]jamiejoe[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]shoesmaker26[/bold] wrote: keep up the same that you did to leeds at rochdale and the other teams and you carnt go wrong , just one small thing though i think you need more pace on the balls going in the box keep up the great work[/p][/quote]Meredith has won his left spot back. He was man of the match for a good reason - the amount of quality crosses. And the goals - esp. the first - if Messi or Rooney had scored it they would be purring all over them!! Okay - Davies is out and Sheenan is good too. Meredith deserves to play the whole season.[/p][/quote]Nobody deserves "to play all season". A manager picks a team, dependent on tactics, availability, and current form. Nobody has a God given right to be in the team. Pablo
  • Score: 0

11:12pm Fri 29 Aug 14

Cityman23 says...

Michael Clayton wrote:
Village Bantam wrote:
So with a bumper £250,000 from the Leeds tie and another £900,000 seemingly on the way from the impending sell on fee we will receive from the Cleverley transfer - we could suddenly find ourselves involved heavily on the transfer deadline show and have a squad that can compete for promotion.
Any more windfalls and there will be enough to give us all a trip to Flamingo Land.
On buying players, before the deadline, I would try to get in a decent winger as a top priority.

I would also use Yeates and McLean as possible bargaining swaps to get another midfielder/striker.
[quote][p][bold]Michael Clayton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Village Bantam[/bold] wrote: So with a bumper £250,000 from the Leeds tie and another £900,000 seemingly on the way from the impending sell on fee we will receive from the Cleverley transfer - we could suddenly find ourselves involved heavily on the transfer deadline show and have a squad that can compete for promotion.[/p][/quote]Any more windfalls and there will be enough to give us all a trip to Flamingo Land.[/p][/quote]On buying players, before the deadline, I would try to get in a decent winger as a top priority. I would also use Yeates and McLean as possible bargaining swaps to get another midfielder/striker. Cityman23
  • Score: 0

1:38am Sat 30 Aug 14

bantam10 says...

3 years wow!
Sign of a good manager as that has flown by!
3 years wow! Sign of a good manager as that has flown by! bantam10
  • Score: 0

10:06am Sat 30 Aug 14

shaun from richmond says...

Citygent1960 wrote:
shaun from richmond wrote:
We neeed more "QUALITY" players no doubt about that!!. YES we had a FANTASTIC night on Wednesday!, BUT we all know "Weeds" were SHOCKING!, and down to 10 men.....so more questions would have asked if we hadn't beaten them.
Now the man of "GLASS" is injured again, sure doesn't make it easy!.
I had NEVER responded to your PATHETIC comments before but YOU have SCORED minus 51so far. Does that TELL you ANYTHING?
YES!...51 people are WRONG!.
[quote][p][bold]Citygent1960[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]shaun from richmond[/bold] wrote: We neeed more "QUALITY" players no doubt about that!!. YES we had a FANTASTIC night on Wednesday!, BUT we all know "Weeds" were SHOCKING!, and down to 10 men.....so more questions would have asked if we hadn't beaten them. Now the man of "GLASS" is injured again, sure doesn't make it easy!.[/p][/quote]I had NEVER responded to your PATHETIC comments before but YOU have SCORED minus 51so far. Does that TELL you ANYTHING?[/p][/quote]YES!...51 people are WRONG!. shaun from richmond
  • Score: -1

10:29am Sat 30 Aug 14

Michael Clayton says...

lawsonio123 wrote:
Michael Clayton wrote:
Village Bantam wrote:
So with a bumper £250,000 from the Leeds tie and another £900,000 seemingly on the way from the impending sell on fee we will receive from the Cleverley transfer - we could suddenly find ourselves involved heavily on the transfer deadline show and have a squad that can compete for promotion.
Any more windfalls and there will be enough to give us all a trip to Flamingo Land.
Good Lord you are getting very near Shaun up there do you really want to get so close
The idea was to go on to Richmond for an evening of hospitality with Shaun as your host.
[quote][p][bold]lawsonio123[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Michael Clayton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Village Bantam[/bold] wrote: So with a bumper £250,000 from the Leeds tie and another £900,000 seemingly on the way from the impending sell on fee we will receive from the Cleverley transfer - we could suddenly find ourselves involved heavily on the transfer deadline show and have a squad that can compete for promotion.[/p][/quote]Any more windfalls and there will be enough to give us all a trip to Flamingo Land.[/p][/quote]Good Lord you are getting very near Shaun up there do you really want to get so close[/p][/quote]The idea was to go on to Richmond for an evening of hospitality with Shaun as your host. Michael Clayton
  • Score: 0

11:18am Sat 30 Aug 14

lawsonio123 says...

Michael Clayton wrote:
lawsonio123 wrote:
Michael Clayton wrote:
Village Bantam wrote:
So with a bumper £250,000 from the Leeds tie and another £900,000 seemingly on the way from the impending sell on fee we will receive from the Cleverley transfer - we could suddenly find ourselves involved heavily on the transfer deadline show and have a squad that can compete for promotion.
Any more windfalls and there will be enough to give us all a trip to Flamingo Land.
Good Lord you are getting very near Shaun up there do you really want to get so close
The idea was to go on to Richmond for an evening of hospitality with Shaun as your host.
Oh my Goodness Michael Shaun My host you really have frightened me now I am in the car heading in the opposite direction
[quote][p][bold]Michael Clayton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lawsonio123[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Michael Clayton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Village Bantam[/bold] wrote: So with a bumper £250,000 from the Leeds tie and another £900,000 seemingly on the way from the impending sell on fee we will receive from the Cleverley transfer - we could suddenly find ourselves involved heavily on the transfer deadline show and have a squad that can compete for promotion.[/p][/quote]Any more windfalls and there will be enough to give us all a trip to Flamingo Land.[/p][/quote]Good Lord you are getting very near Shaun up there do you really want to get so close[/p][/quote]The idea was to go on to Richmond for an evening of hospitality with Shaun as your host.[/p][/quote]Oh my Goodness Michael Shaun My host you really have frightened me now I am in the car heading in the opposite direction lawsonio123
  • Score: 0
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