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  1. Things that are difficult to say when drunk:

    1. Innovative.

    2. Preliminary.

    3. Proliferation.

    4. Cinnamon.

    Things that are VERY difficult to say when drunk:

    1. Specificity.

    2. Anticonstitutionalistically.

    3. Passiveagressive disorder.

    4. Transubstantiate.

    Things that are downright impossible to say when drunk:

    1. No thanks, I''m married.

    2. Nope, no more booze for me!

    3. Sorry, but you''re not really my type.

    4. No I don''t want to see your fanny.

    5. No my c**k is fine as it is, I don''t want you to suck it.

    6. Please don''t sit on my face, I''ve got asthma!

  2. [quote user="blahblahblah"][quote user="Shack Attack"]Obviously that should say Hoolahan rather than Hoolan who are a race of aliens in the latest series of Doctor Who [:$][;)][/quote]Hmm - Maybe Russell T Davies knows something - maybe Hoolahan''s on his way to Cardiff, where they film Dr Who ?[/quote]

    He''s left mate and swanned off to the good ol'' US of A.

    Steven Moffat is the man to ask lol!

  3. [quote user="Say Hello To The Angels"]We currently have 63 points from 28 games thats 2.25 points per game average. If that was relocated over the remainder of the season we would end up with 103/104 points.Possible? Also does anybody know if we have ever got 100+ points before?[/quote]

    It''s a hell of an ask but it''s also very achievable, given the fantastic run that we''re on. I might give a definite answer come the end of March after we''ve played Huddersfield, Swindon and Leeds in succession.

    100 goals is also possible...

  4. Official BBC Press Release:

    Former Ipswich Town and Republic of Ireland international Matt Holland is to front a new Monday night football league show that will give fans across the East unparalleled access to their teams.

    Late Kick Off will feature in-depth coverage behind-the-scenes, the teams, players, managers and backroom stories of all seven teams across the region – Norwich City, Ipswich Town, MK Dons, Colchester United, Peterborough United, Southend United and Northampton Town.

    The show, which starts on 18 January 2010 on BBC One East at 11.35pm (subject to variation), will get right to the heart of local football with a mix of discussion, opinion, interviews and match analysis.

    More than just a highlights programme, it promises to get to grips with the issues fans want to talk about as well as giving some insightful reports both on and off the pitch.

    Matt, a well known face to most football fans, will bring his own sporting expertise to the programme.

    He will be joined each week by different guests and pundits from the world of football to talk about the weekend''s biggest games and talking points.

    There will also be regular features, such as player profiles, a regular dip into the archives, and an opportunity for supporters to share their views on what''s happening at their clubs and in the game in general.

    Matt says: "I''m very much looking forward to presenting Late Kick Off in the East. I''m hoping as an ex-player to provide fans with in-depth match analysis but, also, to go behind the scenes at their club and give an insight to life outside the 90 minutes!"

    Late kick Off for the East will be filmed at the East of England Production Innovation Centre (EPIC), in Norwich, which is one of the most advanced studio production centres in Europe.

    Late Kick Off complements coverage of the Football League – which returned to the BBC in August for the first time since 1988 – building on the success of the network highlights programme, The Football League Show, along with live coverage of two League Cup semi-finals and the League Cup final.

    Along with action from the Premier League on Match Of The Day and BBC Radio 5 Live, the BBC provides sports fans with access to all the goals and all the action, the length and breadth of the country.

    Late Kick Off for the East is being made for the BBC by Kevin Piper Media Ltd.

    ----------------------------------------------

    The scummers aren''t very happy with that last sentence LOL!

  5. [quote user="Weve only got two songs"]

    [quote user="Old Shuck"]Zak Whitbread signing according to The Current Bun this morning, £500''000 -doesn''t say we are "interested" or "looking at him", says we are signing him. Decent player, started at Liverpool I think? Expect we''ll all Wiki him if its true.[/quote]

    got a link for that mate?

    [/quote]

    I can''t find it on their website, but it is on page 56 of their paper, very small bit, just under "HUTH''S IN UPSON OUT".

    A good, experienced centre half and he''s still only 25. I''d be happy with this.

  6. Certainly is good news and it''s no surprise neither. We are in desperate need of an experienced, competent right-back and R Martin has proved in the last month that he certainly is a good one for this league.

    McNamee must be quite frustrated, but as Lambert says "His time will come." He gives us width and pace, but he simply cannot get in because we are on such a good run at the moment. Simon Lappin has done well overall and Wes Hoolahan is, quite simply, outstanding.

    I reckon Owain Tudur-Jones, Simon Whaley and Otsemobor will be amongst the ones to go - I hope so anyway!

  7. [quote user="Graham Paddons Beard"]Guys I think we have to ignore this idiot who signs in as IBA of whatever it is meant to be. This is a great heart warming story about our club, a fan in need, the great response of the medical staff and also Huck. I was listening to Canary Call on the way back from the game today and it was truly uplifting. All of our thoughts are with the Supporter that collapsed and his family and friends. Well done to everyone. And IBA....you are total tool.[/quote]

    Here bloody here, I am in total agreement with you. The job that all medical staff do is fantastic, it''s not something I could do, I know that for sure!

    What Hucks did was fantastic as well, he didn''t have to do that. But he did, because that is the kind of person that he is.

    A big well done to all involved, it must have been very difficult with all the people milling about and trying to get a look.

    My thoughts are also with the poor gentleman and his family, and I hope he is back at Carrow Road cheering on the mighty yellows ASAP!!

  8. Captain Pugwash wrote: Cam ..... Monopolising ? Blimey City Angel, have you recently graduated from Pontiff Beausant''s School of Hyperbole ?

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    CA does kind of have a point though, for somebody who supports Col U and Lincoln City he does post rather a lot on here just as he did on carrowroad.net (Well, he did until he gave one of the members there some unprovoked verbal abuse by calling him a "c**t"!). He''s got getting on for 5000 posts on here.

    As for Drury''s tackle, I''m still to see it like many others but no way is he a dirty player, very far from it. He''s been one of our best pro''s for 9 years now.


  9. I agree with YC as well. It''s the fans of clubs like Southend (who I think still have dire financial problems) and Southampton, who are in mid-table and just above the relegation zone respectively, and have players like Lee Barnard (top goalscorer in the league I think), Adam Lallana and Rickie Lambert, who should be more worried than us.

    I have complete faith in the new people on the board and Paul Lambert in not breaking up what is proving to be a successful team.

  10. [quote user="pennywise "]

    gonna be his guest assistant in the christmas special

    [/quote]

    Probably just a very brief appearance. Trisha Goddard, Derek Acorah, Barbara Windsor and Sharon Osbourne have all done it. She better not ruin it, I''ve been waiting an age for this!!

    Anyway, the legend that is Bernard Cribbins (Donna''s grandad Wilf) is going to be assisting Tennant - can''t wait, thought he was great in the last series.

  11. [quote user="can u sit down please"]What a crap and pointless post.

    I take it none of you lot have points on your licences?

    Cootey is a top bloke who would do anything for anyone. Tossers.[/quote]

    Agreed 100%, well said.

    We all make mistakes you know, none of us are perfect.

  12. [quote user="Shyster"][quote user="Bigmarkcanary"]Lowestoft Town are now in the FA Cup 1st round for the first time in their history (have I got that right??)[/quote]

    No - Lowestoft reached the First Round sometime in the Seventies - ''77'' I think.Call yourself a fan?[/quote]

    I know I know, I wasn''t 100% sure, a bit re-miss of me I suppose!

    *slaps wrists*

  13. Very glad I went to this! Lowestoft ran out 4-2 winners against a side who play two leagues above them and they thoroughly deserved it too. They really did play some classy stuff, you would''ve thought it was us two leagues above them.

    Lowie went 1-0 up through a Matt Nolan (who had a superb game) penalty on 10 minutes, then ex-scum player Scott Mitchell scored a cracker to put the Trawler Boys 2-0 up on 20 minutes, Gloucester then tucked away a penalty a few minutes before half-time. I did wonder what effect it would have on them psychologically, but they came out after half-time with the right attitude and mentality.

    Ex-Norwich player Andrew Fisk, playing as a defender scored the third with a fine header and Gloucester looked totally out of it until, 20 minutes or so later they scored a goal out of nothing, a grass-cutter from about 25 yards or so out. It completely caught everyone by surprise.

    That undoubtedly made everyone in the crowd, and it was a great crowd, nervy. Thankfully, that did not transmit through to the players as Lowestoft stalwart Jamie Godbold (who once had trials at Stoke) made the fourth with some great work and Andy Fisk scored his second of the game to send the crowd wild and book our place in the first round at Wrexham. There was some sort of firework that had been let off in one of the one stands, plenty of smoke and could''ve been dangerous but I couldn''t see clearly. I''m not sure whether it would''ve been powerful enough for Ricky Anglo, but before you ask no, I didn''t see the twat there.

    Lowestoft Town are now in the FA Cup 1st round for the first time in their history (have I got that right??) and that is brilliant for the town that I was born and bred in, absolutely brilliant. Micky Chapman (or Chappo), Aidy Gallagher, Craig Fleming and all the lads can be extremely proud of what they''ve achieved so far, this win has now earnt them around £12,500.

    Just seen the post about Holt, McDonald, McVeigh and Martin being there (the latter doesn''t surprise me, I had a feeling he might be), never saw them though.

    WELL DONE THE TRAWLER BOYS - NOW GO GET WREXHAM!!!!
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