"Hanging on in quiet desperation....."

Colesman Ballz

Well-known Exeweb poster
Joined
Dec 28, 2014
Messages
5,323
……"is the English Way" according to Pink Floyd but some Janners are now taking it to a new level. They are hoping against hope, that Bolton get liquidated to give their sorry ar$e$ a reprieve ! (facepalm)

Just "bend over" and take it fellas ! (rofl)(rofl)(rofl)
 

Grecian2K

Very well known Exeweb poster
Joined
Mar 9, 2004
Messages
23,227
Location
We are the grandchildren of apes, not angels
Plus, of course, the notloB's near neighbours are (despite promotion) also apparently in long-term dire financial straights so they not be able to take their newly allotted L1 slot either....clutch at straws, Janners, clutch at straws.

(Mind you, by all accounts, the Scummers' own financial (and ownership) situation doesn't appear to be overly shipshape either...wonder how "keen" Harry Plotter and Timmy Hallett will still be if (or when) PCC grant their long awaited planning permission for the hotel complex they have long dreamed of?)

Ground share soon at Truro's new stadium soon for the nastily Cornish? … or perhaps even with their more successful soulmates at Plainmorgue??

Oh, and PS. May I request double infraction points for CB for trying to conflate one of the Floyd's most beautiful works into a discussion about the Scum...I don't think I ever be able to listen to DSotM the same again. :(
 

Grecian2K

Very well known Exeweb poster
Joined
Mar 9, 2004
Messages
23,227
Location
We are the grandchildren of apes, not angels
Oh, although it's a shameless plug here but I thing by favourite band foresaw it all coming for the Scummers

After all, faced with the grim reality of their own


They are now


Whereas, in truth, we all know that they are TOTALLY
 

ramone

Well-known Exeweb poster
Joined
Nov 9, 2007
Messages
5,146
Location
If i had to agree with you we would both be wrong
Every year any team that goes down are favourites to go straight back up IF they have gone down fighting for every point.
In reality how many times do teams that go down a league struggle against other teams who want promotion.
 

STURTZ

Very well known Exeweb poster
Joined
Apr 1, 2004
Messages
20,964
Location
Je suis Larry
What's this about Tisdale taking Carey Lameiras and Ladapo? Can't blame them for wanting a bit of security and success. Those one year contracts work against you when you go down.
 

Snoop Fog

Active member
Joined
Jun 29, 2007
Messages
3,485
Location
Exeter
Every year any team that goes down are favourites to go straight back up IF they have gone down fighting for every point.
In reality how many times do teams that go down a league struggle against other teams who want promotion.
The bookies will most likely have them as favourites. We all know that they're going to struggle but they're still favourites
 

STURTZ

Very well known Exeweb poster
Joined
Apr 1, 2004
Messages
20,964
Location
Je suis Larry
Argyle fans seem quite insistent that Tisdale would want to go there. ��
 

dontpassback

Active member
Joined
Dec 30, 2015
Messages
1,729
According to ****potti,two sources have confirmed an approach to Mk dongs,I would think tis is on a good wedge,and I think argiggles may have a few financial challenges coming along !
 

ramone

Well-known Exeweb poster
Joined
Nov 9, 2007
Messages
5,146
Location
If i had to agree with you we would both be wrong
"Now thàt us and Bradford are the big fish in this particular pond (swamp), you wonder if teams like Fylde, Salford, Macclesfield etc would see games against us as their own particular cup finals. Sad times eh? "

Keep on telling yourselves that gaws AAAHAHAHAHAHAHA
 

CityTillIDie

Member
Joined
Mar 22, 2013
Messages
483
Location
X
"Now thàt us and Bradford are the big fish in this particular pond (swamp), you wonder if teams like Fylde, Salford, Macclesfield etc would see games against us as their own particular cup finals. Sad times eh? "

Keep on telling yourselves that gaws AAAHAHAHAHAHAHA
They’re too much down there sometimes haha (rofl)
 

Stelios

Active member
Joined
Apr 25, 2004
Messages
2,179
A big fish that has never reached the top flight of English football. The largest city in England to have that particular accolade I believe. What have they been putting in their G*nsters?
 

STURTZ

Very well known Exeweb poster
Joined
Apr 1, 2004
Messages
20,964
Location
Je suis Larry
Bradford, Carlisle, Swindon, Oldham, Northampton are all clubs which have graced the top division, why should we consider Plymouth to be a big club?


Ho, Ho, Ho, Green Giant!
 
Top