|An archive of match day threads originally posted in the General Discussion forum.
think they play bristol city the following week
Last edited by bristolhammerfc on Thu Feb 09, 2012 11:54 am, edited 1 time in total.
Reason: Please post in the correct forum
Their chairman is saying on Twitter that they have a meeting with the police and council tomorrow
First time for ages there's been genuine competition for starting places.
Two from Tomkins, Reid & Faye.
Collison or Taylor?
Faubert or O'Neil?
Two (or maybe one) from Cole, Baldock, Maynard & Vaz Te.
A drunken monkey would struggle to pick a side that wouldn't trouble Peterboro.
Please don't call it off!
The one we talked about in Hartlepool mate? (YES, I do remember something )
Hiya John! You nearly did for me with those tobacco pouches! Great weekend (apart from the match, of course).
I actually wouldn't mind it being called off, cause I can't make it due to evening plans in London. I can't imagine i'm a majority though!
Me too, could do with working on Saturday Not like I can pull ot though, I'm the designated driver.
Last edited by bristolhammerfc on Thu Feb 09, 2012 11:53 am, edited 1 time in total.
Reason: Unreasonably big image
My point is that Carew is dogshit and we have signed two forwards who have been scoring regularly this season. It is not compulsory to hump long balls forward and if you want to play two up front then have two match fit signings. Why would you not play them? If you think Carew is a good option then you clearly have not been going to games.
Hope it won't be off that's 2 away trips in 2 weeks that's f****d
Last edited by bristolhammerfc on Thu Feb 09, 2012 11:56 am, edited 1 time in total.
clawhammer on Thu Feb 09, 2012 9:02 am
I do go to games but perhaps we just have different opinions...I like a 442 with a big man and pacey forward and if I were to rest Cole my other option would be Carew...I'm sure Vez Te is world class (?) but I dont think anyone should just walk in to the team and he wouldnt suit my formation
Peterborough CEO rates it as only a 25% chance of going ahead.
West Ham don't do easy.
slight glimmer of hope in the forecasters are saying they're quite "unsure" about the predicted snowfall. let's hope they get it wrong
just thinking about the other implications if the match were to be called off. if southampton win their game they'd be 1 point behind us and the pressure would firmly be on us going in to tuesday's game
better to have points on the board than games in hand imho
Free Saturday for both teams next week, why not get the ball in motion just incase ?
Too simple !
February Saturday 18th - Peterborough Utd Vs Bristol City
FFS get them on the dole to clear pitch, supply them with shovels, hairdryers, anything to keep the pitch in shape
That will be 2 weekend on the trot bolloxed
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 3 guests