Has anyone else had the misfortune of watching the sycophantic interview with their head honcho, Mr S*m*n H*ll*t on the BBC Spotlight lunchtime news?
Not sure who was asking the fawning questions but I suspect his name was Mr R Slicker!
Seems that the tenuous grasp on reality really does start...
As well as our U23s I note that threeof our near rivals are also using up games in hand in L2 action tonight
FOREST GUMPS v CREWE
Grimsby v CHELTENHAM
A draw in the former and a win for Les's fishermen would be nice?
Now that would be fun, wouldn't it?
(And had the roof not come off the roof of their tinpot shack and it was Grimbo that had blown them them today instead, would that scenario have been entirely beyond the bounds of possiblity??)
Never ever thought I'd be starting a thread like this but bravo to the Cornish for stealing two points off one of our promotion rivals - even if it did take a discarded Grecian to drag their sorry bums out of the fire!
Apologies if this has been picked up upon before but I stumbled upon this from the Macclesfield forum explaining why they are not able to field "full benches"
For once a possibly positive thing introduced by the EFL. A development of the "ineligible player" rule? Must introduce a selection...
Match reports for that season mention a player called Barnes who warmed the bench for four games early in the 1993-4 seasons.
Neither the Grecian Archive nor searches on t'internet have provided any info on this player. Can anyone on EW remember this player and provide any details (particularly...
Had the Sarfenders slipped up this evening I'm sure he'd have been all over BB like the suppurating syphlitic sore that he usually is.
Wonder if Porkstain's little poodle will have the cojones to pay us a visit again (or has the fat controller had him vetted?)
The only bright spot on an otherwise somewhat disappointing day.
As for our CORNISH LOSERS
We're going to meet you again
We're going to beat you again
PS: Hope you enjoy the 5 star accommodation in our newly refurbished away end
I realise that this post will undoubtedly upset the "win at any cost" wing of the ExeWeb party but kudos to Signor Bielsa for ordering his team to allow Villa an uncontested equaliser after, not only blatant 'cheating' by his player who, when returned a ball to put out of play for an injury...
It was five years ago today that the seawall at Dawlish was swished away.
Wonderful to see (after all of the promises made at the time) all of the work now going on apace to ensure that there can be no repetition and the SW peninsular will never be so isolated again.....or have I missed...
Well, since my last one seemed to go so well may I be permitted another go?
Since it's an awfully long cold poke from Fish Finger hq for our good old pal Les I'll predict a nailbiting, hungover 4-4 draw this time, just for him.
Jayden with a farewell home hat-trick and four absolute howlers...
Spotted this on the FGR site.
Seem s that (amongst others) the Vegans have signed up - rather surprising...is yeast a vegetable or "animal" as far as vegans are...
Well, it's that time of year again, when we endure the disruption and disorientation of the clocks going back an hour.
So what are the (UK based) Exewebbers views on this?
a) Leave things as they - ie BST in the summer and GMT in the winter.
b) Stick to BST all year round - ie...
Down on the farm Del Boy Adams has tried to diversify but is sadly still in the same old business - getting conned into buying old tat that he then can't sell on for love nor money.
Aided and abetted by Rodney "Plonker" Porkus and their dear old Uncle Harry, laugh and cry as they try to hawk...
It's good to see that Cornwall's second city is getting the recognition it deserves by reaching the final 6 of this year's Carbuncle Cup - a competition run by the magazine Building Design for (and I quote) "least favourite new building of the last 12 months".
BECKLEY POINT, a 23 storey, 78...