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  One Match in History.........
Posted by: MrFizz - Yesterday, 12:02 PM - Forum: WBAUnofficial - Replies (48)

If there was one match in Albions history that you attended but would like to travel back in time and relive, what would it be?

Mine would be Sunderland away, last match of 1994/95. Nothing riding on the game, a 2-2 draw at a classic old ground, travelled up with 9 others in a minibus, had a great day, carefree times. Just a great footy day out.

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  Benteke
Posted by: Tambag - Yesterday, 12:17 AM - Forum: WBAUnofficial - Replies (53)

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/footba...riker.html

Phew its in the dailymail so probably not true thankgod

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  Plucky old Dingles
Posted by: ColliersWoodBaggie - 01-22-2021, 10:01 PM - Forum: WBAUnofficial - Replies (10)

Waited 35 years for that they did.

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  Conclusive evidence that Bruce has lost it
Posted by: Hopalong - 01-22-2021, 09:50 PM - Forum: WBAUnofficial - Replies (7)

https://www.birminghammail.co.uk/sport/f...t-19684018

Big Grin

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  Mad Mick and Clipboard
Posted by: Baggie_Nick - 01-22-2021, 09:29 PM - Forum: WBAUnofficial - Replies (7)

Reunited at Cardiff.

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  Wot I am watching now
Posted by: Offside - 01-22-2021, 08:20 PM - Forum: WBAUnofficial - Replies (27)

catching up on a few things during lock down.

Caught up on 

Better Call Saul -  Probably better than Breaking Bad.

Breaking Bad -  A TV masterpiece.    The wheelchair explosion was TV history.

Life on Mars    -  a bit cliched but I live with a Manc who worked in that area at the time  and she understandably loves it.

Designated Survivor - bearing in mind the assault on the Capitol, it has considerable relevance.  But a bit cheesy.  Using  " The American People"  as a reason to expedite a certain chain of action is a piss poor rationale given their average IQ of 10.  

House of Cards USA - makes Trump look normal.  Was brilliant until Kevin Spacey got caught kiddy fiddling. 

Grey's Anatomy - complete drivel, Total utter shit. 

Madame Secretary - excellent but ran out of ideas towards the end.  Taught me a lot about the USA constitution which has proven to be useful over the past few weeks. 

Shitt's Creek  - a thin plot with limited potential.  Gave up after five episodes.  It's the 21st century's version of the Dick Van Dyke show or Beverly Hillbillies.  

The Wire - still watching it but the repetition of the characters' flaws is getting tiresome.    I'm up to where Stringer tells his boss that he had his nephew murdered in jail and drug dealing has been re-located to one area of Philadelphia.  Very funny seeing their amazement that a phone could send texts.  

Currently watching

Virgin River -  lightweight soppy USA love story interest in a stunning area of northern California.  The scenery is breath taking.  Small town America with everyone knowing everyone's business, but has some relevance with PTSD for the vets which is a very real issue for the vets and their families. 

The Mallorac Files - BBC afternoon TV  detective series.  Not a great plot or great acting but I love Majorca and have plans to live there so it is a good travel guide. This series has gone global and viral and every other al that you can think of including Japan.

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  No Direction Home
Posted by: Tom Joad - 01-22-2021, 06:20 PM - Forum: WBAUnofficial - Replies (4)

This is on Sky Arts and available on Catch Up TV.   Martin Scorsese's Dylan documentary, truly brilliant and well worth a look.

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  Incoming
Posted by: B36baggie - 01-22-2021, 04:27 PM - Forum: WBAUnofficial - Replies (13)

Diagne.... According to the Express. 

Galatassaray just signing his, cheap, replacement from Brentford.

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  Merlin
Posted by: MancBaggie - 01-22-2021, 04:25 PM - Forum: WBAUnofficial - Replies (2)

All over the Cardiff job

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  On this day
Posted by: MancBaggie - 01-22-2021, 04:24 PM - Forum: WBAUnofficial - Replies (9)

In the 80s and 90s, we won just 1 game.  Against who and who got the winner?

FFFust - winner gets to make Sunday lunch for BFS

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