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Member Since 19 Nov 2007
Offline Last Active May 24 2015 09:34 PM

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In Topic: Where are you from, who do you support?

23 May 2015 - 07:51 AM

Born Aylesbury
Lived most of life in Hull
Used to support Hull FC, but now I would consider this a grudging affilliation. I support the game and dislike most teams. :-D

In Topic: hull fc shirt!

11 May 2015 - 10:04 PM

No permission needed to use names. Bill tried to list every player who played first team football and it's something he worked on for a long time. He's done the same for HKR too. As had already said, it gets complicated when an A.N. Other played and there's no indication anywhere whether they were subsequently signed or went elsewhere. Every club struggles to get a complete list without errors. It's a mammoth task.

In Topic: Student documentary - how safe is RL from a fans POV

02 May 2015 - 07:24 PM

You might want to explain what you mean by safe and the sort of person you're wanting to hear from...

In Topic: Rugby League books

26 April 2015 - 07:56 PM

Available to pre-order now is The Oval World: A Global History of Rugby by Tony Collins. 608 pages for a mere £25. I'm lucky enough to know the contents and no one on this forum will be disappointed.


In Topic: 2/3 Apr: The Super League Match Thread (Easter Part One)

03 April 2015 - 10:13 AM

Well, my prediction was spot on. The bookies were giving money away making that shower favourites.

Can't understand the criticism directed at Pryce, the effort he put in should embarrass the rest of the team.

Apart from Newcastle, where travel and accommodation is already sorted, I will not attend another game whilst that useless tw@ Lee Radford is coach at Hull FC. If Adam Pearson doesn't act now, the only people at home games will be season ticket holders, and plenty of those will have to think about whether or not to bother attending.

I didn't realise how much of a ball and chain a season pass is until I gave it up. I really thought I'd miss it, but I have had no regrets so far. It's like a huge black cloud has gone from above my head and it's liberating. I still care about the club, but I dont take it to heart like I used to. When the club are prepared to put in some proper investment in to the coaching and management team, I'll reinvest my time. Until then, I'm not going to be a slave to a fixture list.