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  1. There can be half a dozen on the team coach for most games. We get more turning up to support though due to the links our players have with the Heartland - families, friends etc.
  2. I've been looking at Facebook Memories to see where I've checked-in in previous years. Has got me pining for away days with the Bears. Can't wait for the next long day out to somewhere like Barrow or Whitehaven. Happy to go along with whatever precautions and protections we need to get the show back in the road.
  3. The problem with following North American teams is the UK game times. Am I right in thinking I can watch live Korean games during the day here? Do I need to install an app for Naver.tv? What about Japanese leagues? Also does anyone go to UK games? There's a team in Birmingham but the games always seem to clash with Coventry Bears games.
  4. Went to my first baseball game when Coventry Bears played the Wolfpack. Not sure who the Blue Jays played that day and I had no idea what was going on on the field. Followed that up with a visit to Colorado Rockies when I went out for the England game in Denver. Again, I can't remember who they were playing but I started to understand the play. Last year I went over that way again and this time baseball was one of the main reasons for the trip. The destination was picked quite randomly and now I'm a fan of Winnipeg Goldeyes. They played Milwaukee Milkmen in the American Association and I saw the whole series with my hotel just around the corner from the ground. Got home and found you could watch all games live on YouTube although they have a subscription channel this season and most games are being played at a hub in Fargo, ND.
  5. Coherence. It's on Amazon Prime but you might find it elsewhere
  6. I have just watched the first two episodes of Worlds Most Wanted. Both had interesting angles on subjects I already knew the basics of. Recommend the second series of Dirty John (Netflix) to fans of true crime drama. This time it's about Betty Broderick with Amanda Peet and Christian Slater in the lead roles.
  7. We've done really well with this arrangement. These are all good players and Richard Squires is just the man we needed after Tsangy left for the Broncos.
  8. Top man. Hope to see him back playing for Coventry when we get going again.
  9. Expect to see Coventry Bears playing when we get going again. Don't know if other clubs in League 1 are in a similar position. Coventry Bears Club Update: Corona Virus
  10. Most of the Coen Brothers' films are brilliant. You may already have seen Fargo, O Brother Where Art Thou? (similar to Buster Scruggs in a way) or No Country For Old Men. My favourite of theirs, which I think you'll like, is Miller's Crossing. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coen_brothers_filmography
  11. Fantastic. My one post on Facebook today was to share the RFL link and suggest it was a good introduction to TGG for those not familiar and with a prompt to please sign up and name Coventry Bears as your favourite other team. Now I'm hoping nobody bothered *sulks
  12. Game of two halves at Barrow. Shame Raiders had the run of the pitch in the first half. Coventry much improved after the interval. Signs that we're starting to click
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