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 on: Today at 18:18:56 
Started by Costanza - Last post by FreddySTFC!
Was having a chat to Nick Bamosomi the other day about our injury problems, its only when you see it you realise that we have a lot of players that would be 1st team regulars out injured.

Conroy, Preston, Hussey, McDermott, Linganzi and now Lancashire.

I know Conroy and Preston are all long term injuries and Lancashire "could" be managed with painkillers but I haven't heard of the progress of any of the other injuries.
When you factor in Vigs there's 7 players there, who when fit, would be starting regularly or in Mcdermott & Linganzi's case, subs at worst.

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 on: Today at 18:13:44 
Started by Simon Pieman - Last post by Sippo
What have they done now? Asking for money or trying to get pally with the players?

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 on: Today at 17:40:00 
Started by tans - Last post by Batch
I take that back (the point about credit being similar cost to last year). My payments were 46 x 10, and ST + U18 was 460.

There must have been a free credit "window" then on the 10 months agreement.

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 on: Today at 17:30:54 
Started by bathford - Last post by singingiiiffy
anyone else impressed with the way Norris ripped his shirt in half when he miss placed a pass?

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 on: Today at 17:28:58 
Started by Summerof69 - Last post by Reg Smeeton
Man City is a bad example, they may not own the ground but Man City own all the land around it that is now called the Etihad Campus. So yeah Manchester Council did sell their assets to Abu Dhabi as you put it!

There's nowt wrong with partnerships between private finance and public bodies, if the general perception is that it is beneficial to the wider community. As I understand it the Etihad Campus was built on derelict brownfield land, and as a hub for sporting excellence so fits that remit.

There's no doubt that the CG needs a bit of a facelift and could be put to wider use..... however we know from previous research into how that might actually work and how it might be profitable, that there aren't too many solutions.

Which begs the question why would a a company like Axis get involved if they didn't see a sizeable profit.

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 on: Today at 17:25:43 
Started by Summerof69 - Last post by Ardiles
You would hope/think that anyone with an interest in the town would be keen to keep the club where it is...regardless of their feelings towards it.  There is a lot less going on in the centre of Swindon compared with other towns/cities of similar size.  If you keep hollowing the place out and shifting everything to the suburbs, you'll end up with a giant housing estate with no discernible heart/centre.  SBC & STFC need to work in partnership.  They both need each other.

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 on: Today at 17:06:19 
Started by Summerof69 - Last post by theakston2k
SBC are not to be trusted, as having the best interests of Swindon at heart.  If they did, they certainly wouldn't be selling a historic cultural asset to Lee Power.  Did Manchester City Council sell their asset of a stadium to Abu Dhabi... no, they take the rent from City, and gain the soft power benefit of having a second major football club in the city.
Man City is a bad example, they may not own the ground but Man City own all the land around it that is now called the Etihad Campus. So yeah Manchester Council did sell their assets to Abu Dhabi as you put it!

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 on: Today at 17:02:44 
Started by dphunt88 - Last post by Ginginho
I've been to 5 games this season, all 10 tickets courtesy of a Nationwide employee.

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 on: Today at 16:59:34 
Started by carbonwhite - Last post by jayohaitchenn
There's only so many times you can cruise through Riften on the way to get that damn dragon stone.

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 on: Today at 16:47:50 
Started by Summerof69 - Last post by Reg Smeeton
Mention of the Tories after only 2 posts... I am calling house on this one!

Sadly it's the Tory administration who are making the call on this.  With the May locals coming up, there is a possibility of them losing their majority.  According to some sources if the Tories do badly in Swindon and London, then it will precipitate a leadership challenge for Theresa

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