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Everything posted by Futtocks

  1. All your effort and torn hair is appreciated, every time.
  2. Back online in time for the end of extra time in Dolphins v Canberra. Sent to Golden Point by Rapana's first-ever drop goal and won by his second! Hell of a game all around.
  3. Mike Cooper will be available next season. 36 years old, but still capable of being a good squad asset for a season or two more, if the right offer comes his way.
  4. With talk that Wigan and Warrington are interested in playing a season-opener alongside NRL clubs in Las Vegas, here's their last meeting in the USA.
  5. The London Evening Standard, as a daily edition at least. The slow death of local papers continues, but this one probably had it coming, what with the business genius of Osborne and Lebedev just adding to their existing issues.
  6. Looks like the show is available on WatchNRL, which a few of us subscribe to.
  7. Fans may want to set series record for it. Not the kind of programme that the BBC are likely repeat in full all that often.
  8. The Anguillan "revolution". It started OTD in 1967 with unhappiness at the thought of being ruled from neighbouring St Kitts and culminated with Harold Wilson sending the British navy to force Anguilla to become independent from, er, Britain... and failing.
  9. That'd be the whole lot, then. There were only six episodes, weren't there?
  10. You can get a 32-pack box of them from Amazon for £30. LINK HERE
  11. It's not that you're the only one to dislike it; it's that the alternative option doesn't make much of a difference.
  12. At Wigan, one had "O'Neill" on his shirt and the other one had "Jules". I think it was only for a season.
  13. Good try, even better conversion, given the weather. Full Time - Salford 6:26 Wigan
  14. I don't think he expected Nsemba to get the ball, like his team-mate who tackled French, who looked the more likely target. If you're not set to tackle a big guy, you're going to get bounced.
  15. After quite a lot of searching, I have acquired PDFs of the first two of Steve Bruce's three crime novels, Striker! and Sweeper! Yes, this is the same Steve Bruce who was a long-time mainstay of Manchester United's defence before joining the managerial merry-go-round, during which latter career he penned these masterpieces. Actual print copies are rarer and more expensive than Don Estelle's autobiography, so PM me if you're interested...
  16. A shame Da Costa went off so early, as the Catalans' attack might have been a bit more potent.
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