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Viking Chat / Re: Alfie May
« Last post by belton rover on Today at 12:30:39 am »
I was more surprised at Williams’ warm welcome. But again, good to see.

Today was a good day for DRFC in more ways than just 3 points.

We are a good club.
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Off Topic / Re: Levelling up
« Last post by SydneyRover on Today at 12:26:18 am »
I remember not so long ago many telling me that rail was never a good substitute for trucks to get containers off the roads, my argument was that the bulk of containers should be moved by rail and only the last bit by road. It saves building endless roads and leaves roads free for those without options. iport, I see only needs a fork trucks to move containers the last bit.
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Thought he was as good a ref as we've seen for a long time.  Apart from the penalty which was harsh in the extreme.   I thought it was the lino that gave that though.
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Viking Chat / Re: Moore
« Last post by Bentley Bullet on Today at 12:17:46 am »
We shouldn't really be talking about Moore going to Swillsborough. it's a bit like a second hand car dealer bragging about someone taking a wreck off their hands.
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Viking Chat / Re: Alfie May
« Last post by eastender on Today at 12:17:17 am »
Not celebrating is a weird one I don't really like it tbh. You can show respect but still celebrate with your team mates. Going mental would be in bad taste but there's an in-between. It's become a way of showing respect though so it's now seen as celebrating is disrespecting the old club by some. Also easier when there's a few hundred away fans. Try doing that in a full house

Wellens is wrong too. We get too many mercenaries come and go every year it's just the way this industry is. So when you get players who the fans remember fondly long after leaving it's pretty special. Especially when they also seem to have a lot of love for the club.





I remember a certain Dennis Law not celebrating in front of a full house when his goal for Man City relegated United.

Wasn't it a back Heel  goal as i seem to remember.
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Viking Chat / Re: Alfie May
« Last post by selby on Today at 12:11:45 am »
BB I would let you pick my dinner party list, but leave the football alone.
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Viking Chat / Re: Alfie May
« Last post by Bentley Bullet on Today at 12:03:33 am »
There is a good question here, McKindoe  was probably the worst personality off the field that has pulled on a Rovers shirt in our recent history.
  If a straight choice was to be made between Alfie May and McKindoe when he played for us, who would pick Alfie May.

That’s quite an extreme comparison, Selby.
Almost as extreme as comparing May with Bogle.
Absof**kinglutely
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Viking Chat / Re: Alfie May
« Last post by belton rover on Today at 12:02:24 am »
There is a good question here, McKindoe  was probably the worst personality off the field that has pulled on a Rovers shirt in our recent history.
  If a straight choice was to be made between Alfie May and McKindoe when he played for us, who would pick Alfie May.

That’s quite an extreme comparison, Selby.
Almost as extreme as comparing May with Bogle.
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Viking Chat / Re: Alfie May
« Last post by Bentley Bullet on October 23, 2021, 11:59:37 pm »
There is a good question here, McKindoe  was probably the worst personality off the field that has pulled on a Rovers shirt in our recent history.
  If a straight choice was to be made between Alfie May and McKindoe when he played for us, who would pick Alfie May.

Seeing as Alfie was about 10 then, I'd probably plumb for McIndoe, but to actually compare Alfie now to McIndoe then is a great compliment to him.
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Off Topic / Re: Levelling up
« Last post by tyke1962 on October 23, 2021, 11:57:42 pm »
If ever HS2 ever gets up to Yorkshire that will be another project that gets used by something like 3% of the SY population.

Absolutely totally correct Hound .

The workers in your town who clock on at Amazon won't benefit directly one bit .

Same argument as free movement within the EU .

The capability to earn a living in the EU and enjoy all the trappings was limited to a very small percentage .

But lets not talk about class as it's the truth that isn't allowed to speak it's name .

Sat in your dining room working from home on a lap top is totally different to having to go in to work on a bus or train to do a shift at a care home or an Amazon facility with covid 19 around .

Nobody cares Hound with the two major party's .

Levelling up ?

I'm afraid the real people will have to do that themselves .


Surely that's an issue for Amazon, I doubt the VW workforce internal transport system is Government funded!
Just look up Volkswagen Karrie then start slagging off Bezzos rather than Boris!

In as much as it was an issue for Morgan Stanley , JP Morgan or Citigroup in Canary Wharf to contribute towards The Docklands Light Railway you mean ?
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