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About bobshaw235

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  1. by way of little meaningful football on T.V. (see James post)i have been watching the open golf and enjoying it.not being a player i have a question,yesterday it looked like both players had hit their balls into the same bunker (in the end one stayed on the grassy slope into the bunker)but what would happen if both balls ended up next to each other in the sand,its not as if you could mark your ball as the first player takes ball and the sand around the ball sometimes?.
  2. Yes Mr.Wolfie,but he didnt get many starts as a chappie named Torres seemed for some reason to get a game and 11 is prolific at City
  3. At City, I would like to see Ricky Hatton and Bon Jovi,both of whom would score more goals than the pathetic lot we have at the moment,Frank the owner is dead right to get shut of Sven,but please dont go for another foreign coach,for me in all seriousness here is my wish list coach -- Mark Hughes try and keep Micah Richards let Dunne go if he wants to we need a midfield general (hard man)but who is available ? i like peter crouch, guaranteed goals Anton Ferdinand is available to replace Dunne (but not sure) little SWP from chelsea might come home? Michael Owen may be tempted by the money Frank will pay Ronalddinho is a dream but maybe just maybe if Mark Hughes comes try for Roque Santa Cruz when i started this list i thought it would be easy but who is available and who would come to City its not that simple.
  4. Some Mancs cant even win in Middlesboro
  5. As the new cricket season is now well underway can someone settle a query at my local, Can a bowler deliver his over at one end and then immediately send another one down from the other end? If the rules prohibit this the can a bowler deliver the last over of the day and the first over of the next day,if yes whats the difference if the previous answer is no.
  6. Heard today Dunne is going to either Spurs or Newcastle,he is fed up with the in fighting at City (so are all the fans )as he got sent off in the last game of the season (straight red )does the 3 game ban carry over to next season or is it a fresh start for everybody?
  7. bobshaw235


    Well done UTD,as the only team to beat you home and away this season i would love to have gloated a little but 8-1 today sort of takes the gloss of my little bit of self back patting. Frank will now have Sven shot.never mind sacked.
  8. The only thing missing from that wonderful display was a top class fullback,after Reardon went off we never looked comfortable at the back,Saints always looked like scoring a try when in a attacking field position as to some degree the wire did,so just one signing needed for next year,a top draw full back,and a lot of work on Pennys defence as he will always be targeted as the weak link.Paul Cullen has the heart of a lion and is Warrington through and through but he needs somebody there with him,an older head whoes done it all as a director of rugby,im thinking of Shaun McRae or John Sharp if they would come,someone to give Paul the benefit of there expierience.Its not all doom and gloom,but will they play like that against Cas and the like,warrington is packed with big game players,is that the problem?
  9. would have thought there would be plenty of players from whatever premiership team you support taking part,so there will be an interest if you want to look for one. Yes would have shouted for Scotland if England were not playing them,or indeed Wales,Eire and N.Ireland had they qualified,getting morose now. Oh sod it i agree with Eagle,Cricket it is.
  10. City nearly scored three once.
  11. Steve 99% agreeable so its number 9 your having a problem with i guess.
  12. PERKS OF BEING OVER 50 1. Kidnappers are not very interested in you. 2. In a hostage situation you are likely to be released first. 3. No one expects you to run--anywhere. 4. People call at 9 pm and ask, Did I wake you???? 5. People no longer view you as a hypochondriac. 6. There is nothing left to learn the hard way. 7. Things you buy now won't wear out. 8. You can eat supper at 4 pm . 9. You can live without sex but not your glasses. 10. You get into heated arguments about pension plans. 11. You no longer think of speed limits as a challenge. 12. You quit trying to hold your stomach in no matter who walks into the room. 13. You sing along with elevator music. 14. Your eyes won't get much worse. 15. Your investment in health insurance is finally beginning to pay off. 16. Your joints are more accurate meteorologists than the national weather service. 17. Your secrets are safe with your friends because they can't remember them either. 18. Your supply of brain cells is finally down to manageable size. 19. You can't remember who sent you this list . And you notice these are all in Big Print for your convenience. Thanks to Chris for this.
  13. bobshaw235

    El Nino

    El Nino literaly translates as Little boy ? so you must be talking about Paul Dickov yes ? as senor Torres must be well over 6ft.
  14. Salford City Reds 66-10 Warrington Wizards Salford City Reds made the first tentative steps towards a first possible Wembley appearance in almost 40 years with an expected points deluge against plucky conference side Warrington Wizards. On another bitterly cold Willows evening Head Coach Shaun McRae resisted the temptation to rest his stars wholesale and only added a smattering of fresh faces to his line-up with promising young Jason Walton making a try-scoring debut. The continued emergence of winger Andy Ballard from last season's Under 21s is what is exciting the Salford faithful as he took his season's try tally to four, adding another excellently taken score in the second half to his first half four-pointer, and his ability to kick goals from anywhere, regardless of condition saw him add a further nine to his mounting tally leaving Ballard with a personal haul of 26 points for his evening's work. In truth, from the point when the Reds scored their first try in the opening seconds the dreams of a monumental cup upset were shattered, but it looked as though the record books may be troubled as the Reds raced into a 34-0 lead after only 26 minutes, but the Wizards' players stepped up and only went in at the break 40-0 behind despite being visibly shattered. They emerged once again for the second half and produced probably the two biggest cheers of the night with two well-taken scores from Shaw, one converted by Mellor but these were sandwiched either side by a continuing flow of Salford tries. The game was played in great spirit, with oocasional glimpses of what the Reds are capable of in what realistically turned out to be the mismatch everybody expected, but for the Warrington Wizards and Mr Shaw in particular it will be a night to remember and a Challenge Cup tie to tell the grandkids about.
  15. Challenge cup 3rd round Salford City Reds v Warrington Wizards Bank Quay Bulldogs v Hunslet Hawks Tasty; any chance either of them? The Big Boys come in next time. The draw in full is: Sheffield Eagles v Lezignan XIII York City Knights v Halifax Leeds Metropolitan University v Doncaster Blackpool Panthers v Featherstone Rovers Wath Brow Hornets v Swinton Lions Rochdale Hornets v York Acorn London Skolars v Queens Bank Quay Bulls v Hunslet Hawks British Army v Oldham Leigh Centurions v Featherstone Lions Batley Bulldogs v East Hull Wigan St Pats v Workington Town Keighley Cougars v Toulouse XIII Gateshead Thunder v SM Pia XIII Celtic Crusaders v Lokomotiv Moscow Mayfield v Barrow Raiders Widnes Vikings v Skirlaugh Oulton Raiders v Dewsbury Rams Salford City Reds v Warrington Wizards Leigh Miners Rangers v Whitehaven Matches will be played on 8th/9th March 2008
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