TBC

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  1. I like it. I think the same when crowds and the Giants are mentioned in the same breath.
  2. I'll second that. Make sure you keep posting Taxi as I'm rather fond of your avatar.
  3. One of the reasons I packed in Sky a few years ago. However, his passion, knowledge and work for RL heritage and charities are right up their with the best. A fully deserved award and a great player in his day. Always immaculately dressed and he certainly knows how to tie a tie! Congratulations and enjoy your retirement.
  4. If you come to Huddersfield I'd be happy to get drunk with you. It certainly helped last year.
  5. As Yazz said the only way is up!
  6. He had a great step for a big guy. I remember Adrian Morley trying to put some big hits on Eorl in a game at Warrington and he just kept sidestepping him. He was also pretty fast for a prop if got in the open, once chasing down Chris Bridge if I remember correctly. Good that he's taken on a marketing role at the Giants - if anyone is Mr Huddersfield Giants it's Eorl. John Kear once wrote an article in the Guardian and more or less said the only thing Eorl missed was a bit of mongrel. All the best for the future Eorl and thanks for the memories.
  7. As a Giants fan I'm with the OP on the waiting for a drink front. I was in Munich for the Oktoberfest this year - 400,000 people a day and they managed to get you the next stien before the one you were drinking was empty. Not on the same scale but something to aspire to. On another note someone told me today that Whetherspoons in Hudds had their best ever Saturday takings. Can't imagine much of that was due to the sale of prawn sandwiches. Hat's off to all those who enjoyed their beers.
  8. I'll second that - it's cosy to say the least.
  9. I was thinking more of the Shakespearian 'sh*t 'appen it's just the depth that changes' side of life but I get your drift.
  10. Agree with this. IMO sport should reflect life. Otherwise it would be very boring.
  11. I think Jamie Peacock needs to move on - and quick. The Gaints' had a similar situation with Saints a couple of years ago. You win some, you lose some. You can argue until you are blue in the face about 'was it in was it out' but that will not change the scoreline. KR have a huge game coming up and Jamie Peacock as Head or Football (or whatever he's called) needs to lead by exmaple and get Hull KR concentrating 100% on the Salford game. KR are at home - they need a full house backing their team to the full. As a Yorkshireman I'd like to see them do it. I also think SL needs to keep the Hull derby. Forget the Gaints' game, it's history.
  12. Stats and damn lies and all that.
  13. Maybe. Nowt to do with this thread but he looked far better at centre than FB on Sunday.
  14. Cudjoe Supporters and Players player of the year this year. I guess you can make of that what you like.