Inside this weekend's bumper edition of The PINK...

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Saints' game at Hartlepool has been called off but there will still be a bumper edition of the PINK this weekend.

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Saints legend David Armstrong on Adam Lallana's future.

A special report looks at how Saints have reaped the financial benefits from their academy.

Paine's World: Saints legend and 1966 World Cup winner Terry Paine recalls his dealings with FIFA as South Africa failed to land the 2006 World Cup and the day he came up against his boyhood hero when Saints hosted Blackpool in the third round of the 1958/1959 FA Cup.

Former Ugly Inside co-editor Clive Foley looks back on the Branfoot years.

All the best coverage of Hampshire's non-league scene.

Hampshire fast bowler Simon Jones discusses his need for speed as he continues his rehabilitation.

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8:48am Sat 4 Dec 10

mack chinnon says...

Checking in from Zanzibar. God its hot.
Checking in from Zanzibar. God its hot. mack chinnon
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9:09am Sat 4 Dec 10

franiow says...

mack chinnon wrote:
Checking in from Zanzibar. God its hot.
Yes, but are you happy.
[quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: Checking in from Zanzibar. God its hot.[/p][/quote]Yes, but are you happy. franiow
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10:35am Sat 4 Dec 10

Family Bloke says...

mack chinnon wrote:
Checking in from Zanzibar. God its hot.
Checking in from Southampton.

It's a bit chilly, no not happy, never am when there is no football
[quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: Checking in from Zanzibar. God its hot.[/p][/quote]Checking in from Southampton. It's a bit chilly, no not happy, never am when there is no football Family Bloke
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10:44am Sat 4 Dec 10

franiow says...

I wonder if the Hartlepool game was possible or is it still frozen solid up there.
I wonder if the Hartlepool game was possible or is it still frozen solid up there. franiow
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2:47pm Sat 4 Dec 10

Strasbourg Saint says...

mack chinnon wrote:
Checking in from Zanzibar. God its hot.
Jambo. Habari? Sunny and cold in the self-proclaimed capital of Christmas today. Would trade here for a bit of the Indian Ocean and a tour of Zanzibar's spice markets. Enjoy.
PW loss-maps. If that's the case, it looks like you'll be stuck there for quite a while.
[quote][p][bold]mack chinnon[/bold] wrote: Checking in from Zanzibar. God its hot.[/p][/quote]Jambo. Habari? Sunny and cold in the self-proclaimed capital of Christmas today. Would trade here for a bit of the Indian Ocean and a tour of Zanzibar's spice markets. Enjoy. PW loss-maps. If that's the case, it looks like you'll be stuck there for quite a while. Strasbourg Saint
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4:30pm Sat 4 Dec 10

scprof says...

franiow wrote:
I wonder if the Hartlepool game was possible or is it still frozen solid up there.
It was minus 10 and below up here for the majority of Friday and still a few foot of snow lying.
[quote][p][bold]franiow[/bold] wrote: I wonder if the Hartlepool game was possible or is it still frozen solid up there.[/p][/quote]It was minus 10 and below up here for the majority of Friday and still a few foot of snow lying. scprof
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5:09pm Sat 4 Dec 10

Mac the North says...

Good for Swindon, stops Wednesday getting away
Good for Swindon, stops Wednesday getting away Mac the North
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8:08pm Sat 4 Dec 10

st waggy says...

it's been a barmy +1c up 'ere today (norf yorksher, not far from monkey gallows) but still plenty of snow
it's been a barmy +1c up 'ere today (norf yorksher, not far from monkey gallows) but still plenty of snow st waggy
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11:41am Sun 5 Dec 10

Mac the North says...

st waggy wrote:
it's been a barmy +1c up 'ere today (norf yorksher, not far from monkey gallows) but still plenty of snow
You want to try the real north, 30 miles north of Newcastle, even the polar bears are wearing mittens
[quote][p][bold]st waggy[/bold] wrote: it's been a barmy +1c up 'ere today (norf yorksher, not far from monkey gallows) but still plenty of snow[/p][/quote]You want to try the real north, 30 miles north of Newcastle, even the polar bears are wearing mittens Mac the North
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12:09pm Sun 5 Dec 10

franiow says...

Mac the North wrote:
st waggy wrote: it's been a barmy +1c up 'ere today (norf yorksher, not far from monkey gallows) but still plenty of snow
You want to try the real north, 30 miles north of Newcastle, even the polar bears are wearing mittens
Basking in sunshine on isle of wight, though still a chilly +3. I expect at that temperatures the Geordies would have their tops off :-)
[quote][p][bold]Mac the North[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]st waggy[/bold] wrote: it's been a barmy +1c up 'ere today (norf yorksher, not far from monkey gallows) but still plenty of snow[/p][/quote]You want to try the real north, 30 miles north of Newcastle, even the polar bears are wearing mittens[/p][/quote]Basking in sunshine on isle of wight, though still a chilly +3. I expect at that temperatures the Geordies would have their tops off :-) franiow
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12:26pm Sun 5 Dec 10

worried of e sussex says...

does anyone know when the blackpool tickets are going on sale, i wonder how much they will be?
does anyone know when the blackpool tickets are going on sale, i wonder how much they will be? worried of e sussex
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12:42pm Sun 5 Dec 10

franiow says...

worried of e sussex wrote:
does anyone know when the blackpool tickets are going on sale, i wonder how much they will be?
Bet they won't be as cheap as the 2 earlier games.
[quote][p][bold]worried of e sussex[/bold] wrote: does anyone know when the blackpool tickets are going on sale, i wonder how much they will be?[/p][/quote]Bet they won't be as cheap as the 2 earlier games. franiow
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4:13pm Sun 5 Dec 10

Invidia says...

Does anybody out there know if there was a sell on clause for Gareth Bale, reading the Sunday papers it would be quite lucrative if there was, having said that, knowing the great business man that Rupert Lowe was, we would probably have to give Spurs a fee for turning Gareth Bale into the player his now.
Does anybody out there know if there was a sell on clause for Gareth Bale, reading the Sunday papers it would be quite lucrative if there was, having said that, knowing the great business man that Rupert Lowe was, we would probably have to give Spurs a fee for turning Gareth Bale into the player his now. Invidia
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8:09pm Sun 5 Dec 10

Baddesley Bill says...

Invidia wrote:
Does anybody out there know if there was a sell on clause for Gareth Bale, reading the Sunday papers it would be quite lucrative if there was, having said that, knowing the great business man that Rupert Lowe was, we would probably have to give Spurs a fee for turning Gareth Bale into the player his now.
There wasn't....and GB was a great player before the move to Spurs
[quote][p][bold]Invidia[/bold] wrote: Does anybody out there know if there was a sell on clause for Gareth Bale, reading the Sunday papers it would be quite lucrative if there was, having said that, knowing the great business man that Rupert Lowe was, we would probably have to give Spurs a fee for turning Gareth Bale into the player his now.[/p][/quote]There wasn't....and GB was a great player before the move to Spurs Baddesley Bill
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8:23pm Sun 5 Dec 10

Seedhouse the Sequel says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Invidia wrote: Does anybody out there know if there was a sell on clause for Gareth Bale, reading the Sunday papers it would be quite lucrative if there was, having said that, knowing the great business man that Rupert Lowe was, we would probably have to give Spurs a fee for turning Gareth Bale into the player his now.
There wasn't....and GB was a great player before the move to Spurs
Hi Bill, in training for Saturday?

How come we never seem to have sell on clauses for young players leaving, who barring terrible injury are all going to move for more money in the future, yet those coming here seem to have them?

It's not just Lowe, we didn't have a sell on when Shearer left for £3.3m and moved again for £15m. That wasn't because he was a better player, he wasn't he had had a bad injury by then, it was just a rising market.
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Invidia[/bold] wrote: Does anybody out there know if there was a sell on clause for Gareth Bale, reading the Sunday papers it would be quite lucrative if there was, having said that, knowing the great business man that Rupert Lowe was, we would probably have to give Spurs a fee for turning Gareth Bale into the player his now.[/p][/quote]There wasn't....and GB was a great player before the move to Spurs[/p][/quote]Hi Bill, in training for Saturday? How come we never seem to have sell on clauses for young players leaving, who barring terrible injury are all going to move for more money in the future, yet those coming here seem to have them? It's not just Lowe, we didn't have a sell on when Shearer left for £3.3m and moved again for £15m. That wasn't because he was a better player, he wasn't he had had a bad injury by then, it was just a rising market. Seedhouse the Sequel
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8:45pm Sun 5 Dec 10

Baddesley Bill says...

Seedhouse the Sequel wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Invidia wrote: Does anybody out there know if there was a sell on clause for Gareth Bale, reading the Sunday papers it would be quite lucrative if there was, having said that, knowing the great business man that Rupert Lowe was, we would probably have to give Spurs a fee for turning Gareth Bale into the player his now.
There wasn't....and GB was a great player before the move to Spurs
Hi Bill, in training for Saturday? How come we never seem to have sell on clauses for young players leaving, who barring terrible injury are all going to move for more money in the future, yet those coming here seem to have them? It's not just Lowe, we didn't have a sell on when Shearer left for £3.3m and moved again for £15m. That wasn't because he was a better player, he wasn't he had had a bad injury by then, it was just a rising market.
Hi Seed, Training has been going well....I've even been putting in nights what with the cricket n all....I should be at my peak drinking ability come Saturday (I'll need to be if I hope to keep pace with Slugger!) :O)
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Sequel[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Invidia[/bold] wrote: Does anybody out there know if there was a sell on clause for Gareth Bale, reading the Sunday papers it would be quite lucrative if there was, having said that, knowing the great business man that Rupert Lowe was, we would probably have to give Spurs a fee for turning Gareth Bale into the player his now.[/p][/quote]There wasn't....and GB was a great player before the move to Spurs[/p][/quote]Hi Bill, in training for Saturday? How come we never seem to have sell on clauses for young players leaving, who barring terrible injury are all going to move for more money in the future, yet those coming here seem to have them? It's not just Lowe, we didn't have a sell on when Shearer left for £3.3m and moved again for £15m. That wasn't because he was a better player, he wasn't he had had a bad injury by then, it was just a rising market.[/p][/quote]Hi Seed, Training has been going well....I've even been putting in nights what with the cricket n all....I should be at my peak drinking ability come Saturday (I'll need to be if I hope to keep pace with Slugger!) :O) Baddesley Bill
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8:59pm Sun 5 Dec 10

Seedhouse the Sequel says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Seedhouse the Sequel wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Invidia wrote: Does anybody out there know if there was a sell on clause for Gareth Bale, reading the Sunday papers it would be quite lucrative if there was, having said that, knowing the great business man that Rupert Lowe was, we would probably have to give Spurs a fee for turning Gareth Bale into the player his now.
There wasn't....and GB was a great player before the move to Spurs
Hi Bill, in training for Saturday? How come we never seem to have sell on clauses for young players leaving, who barring terrible injury are all going to move for more money in the future, yet those coming here seem to have them? It's not just Lowe, we didn't have a sell on when Shearer left for £3.3m and moved again for £15m. That wasn't because he was a better player, he wasn't he had had a bad injury by then, it was just a rising market.
Hi Seed, Training has been going well....I've even been putting in nights what with the cricket n all....I should be at my peak drinking ability come Saturday (I'll need to be if I hope to keep pace with Slugger!) :O)
I know, I say I'll watch ten minutes and before you know it, it's 2am! Mind you it's not often we kick butt down under so can't be missed.

Is Slugger the one to beat then? What sort of intake are we talking about? Just want to make sure i'm ready...
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Sequel[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Invidia[/bold] wrote: Does anybody out there know if there was a sell on clause for Gareth Bale, reading the Sunday papers it would be quite lucrative if there was, having said that, knowing the great business man that Rupert Lowe was, we would probably have to give Spurs a fee for turning Gareth Bale into the player his now.[/p][/quote]There wasn't....and GB was a great player before the move to Spurs[/p][/quote]Hi Bill, in training for Saturday? How come we never seem to have sell on clauses for young players leaving, who barring terrible injury are all going to move for more money in the future, yet those coming here seem to have them? It's not just Lowe, we didn't have a sell on when Shearer left for £3.3m and moved again for £15m. That wasn't because he was a better player, he wasn't he had had a bad injury by then, it was just a rising market.[/p][/quote]Hi Seed, Training has been going well....I've even been putting in nights what with the cricket n all....I should be at my peak drinking ability come Saturday (I'll need to be if I hope to keep pace with Slugger!) :O)[/p][/quote]I know, I say I'll watch ten minutes and before you know it, it's 2am! Mind you it's not often we kick butt down under so can't be missed. Is Slugger the one to beat then? What sort of intake are we talking about? Just want to make sure i'm ready... Seedhouse the Sequel
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9:12pm Sun 5 Dec 10

Baddesley Bill says...

Seedhouse the Sequel wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Seedhouse the Sequel wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Invidia wrote: Does anybody out there know if there was a sell on clause for Gareth Bale, reading the Sunday papers it would be quite lucrative if there was, having said that, knowing the great business man that Rupert Lowe was, we would probably have to give Spurs a fee for turning Gareth Bale into the player his now.
There wasn't....and GB was a great player before the move to Spurs
Hi Bill, in training for Saturday? How come we never seem to have sell on clauses for young players leaving, who barring terrible injury are all going to move for more money in the future, yet those coming here seem to have them? It's not just Lowe, we didn't have a sell on when Shearer left for £3.3m and moved again for £15m. That wasn't because he was a better player, he wasn't he had had a bad injury by then, it was just a rising market.
Hi Seed, Training has been going well....I've even been putting in nights what with the cricket n all....I should be at my peak drinking ability come Saturday (I'll need to be if I hope to keep pace with Slugger!) :O)
I know, I say I'll watch ten minutes and before you know it, it's 2am! Mind you it's not often we kick butt down under so can't be missed. Is Slugger the one to beat then? What sort of intake are we talking about? Just want to make sure i'm ready...
....thank god rain stopped play, otherwise I'd have seen no light at all today! Slugger is a sprinter (where as I tend to make a gallon last)....do not attempt to keep pace with him as I may need your help to carry him to the taxi afterwards! :O)
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Sequel[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Sequel[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Invidia[/bold] wrote: Does anybody out there know if there was a sell on clause for Gareth Bale, reading the Sunday papers it would be quite lucrative if there was, having said that, knowing the great business man that Rupert Lowe was, we would probably have to give Spurs a fee for turning Gareth Bale into the player his now.[/p][/quote]There wasn't....and GB was a great player before the move to Spurs[/p][/quote]Hi Bill, in training for Saturday? How come we never seem to have sell on clauses for young players leaving, who barring terrible injury are all going to move for more money in the future, yet those coming here seem to have them? It's not just Lowe, we didn't have a sell on when Shearer left for £3.3m and moved again for £15m. That wasn't because he was a better player, he wasn't he had had a bad injury by then, it was just a rising market.[/p][/quote]Hi Seed, Training has been going well....I've even been putting in nights what with the cricket n all....I should be at my peak drinking ability come Saturday (I'll need to be if I hope to keep pace with Slugger!) :O)[/p][/quote]I know, I say I'll watch ten minutes and before you know it, it's 2am! Mind you it's not often we kick butt down under so can't be missed. Is Slugger the one to beat then? What sort of intake are we talking about? Just want to make sure i'm ready...[/p][/quote]....thank god rain stopped play, otherwise I'd have seen no light at all today! Slugger is a sprinter (where as I tend to make a gallon last)....do not attempt to keep pace with him as I may need your help to carry him to the taxi afterwards! :O) Baddesley Bill
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9:44pm Sun 5 Dec 10

Seedhouse the Sequel says...

Baddesley Bill wrote:
Seedhouse the Sequel wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Seedhouse the Sequel wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Invidia wrote: Does anybody out there know if there was a sell on clause for Gareth Bale, reading the Sunday papers it would be quite lucrative if there was, having said that, knowing the great business man that Rupert Lowe was, we would probably have to give Spurs a fee for turning Gareth Bale into the player his now.
There wasn't....and GB was a great player before the move to Spurs
Hi Bill, in training for Saturday? How come we never seem to have sell on clauses for young players leaving, who barring terrible injury are all going to move for more money in the future, yet those coming here seem to have them? It's not just Lowe, we didn't have a sell on when Shearer left for £3.3m and moved again for £15m. That wasn't because he was a better player, he wasn't he had had a bad injury by then, it was just a rising market.
Hi Seed, Training has been going well....I've even been putting in nights what with the cricket n all....I should be at my peak drinking ability come Saturday (I'll need to be if I hope to keep pace with Slugger!) :O)
I know, I say I'll watch ten minutes and before you know it, it's 2am! Mind you it's not often we kick butt down under so can't be missed. Is Slugger the one to beat then? What sort of intake are we talking about? Just want to make sure i'm ready...
....thank god rain stopped play, otherwise I'd have seen no light at all today! Slugger is a sprinter (where as I tend to make a gallon last)....do not attempt to keep pace with him as I may need your help to carry him to the taxi afterwards! :O)
Yes a gallon or so before kick off with a bottle two of red with the food sets one up nicely for the 1st half. Halftime is a sprint unfortunately but the proper session is quite rightly after the final whistle has blown.
[quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Sequel[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Sequel[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Invidia[/bold] wrote: Does anybody out there know if there was a sell on clause for Gareth Bale, reading the Sunday papers it would be quite lucrative if there was, having said that, knowing the great business man that Rupert Lowe was, we would probably have to give Spurs a fee for turning Gareth Bale into the player his now.[/p][/quote]There wasn't....and GB was a great player before the move to Spurs[/p][/quote]Hi Bill, in training for Saturday? How come we never seem to have sell on clauses for young players leaving, who barring terrible injury are all going to move for more money in the future, yet those coming here seem to have them? It's not just Lowe, we didn't have a sell on when Shearer left for £3.3m and moved again for £15m. That wasn't because he was a better player, he wasn't he had had a bad injury by then, it was just a rising market.[/p][/quote]Hi Seed, Training has been going well....I've even been putting in nights what with the cricket n all....I should be at my peak drinking ability come Saturday (I'll need to be if I hope to keep pace with Slugger!) :O)[/p][/quote]I know, I say I'll watch ten minutes and before you know it, it's 2am! Mind you it's not often we kick butt down under so can't be missed. Is Slugger the one to beat then? What sort of intake are we talking about? Just want to make sure i'm ready...[/p][/quote]....thank god rain stopped play, otherwise I'd have seen no light at all today! Slugger is a sprinter (where as I tend to make a gallon last)....do not attempt to keep pace with him as I may need your help to carry him to the taxi afterwards! :O)[/p][/quote]Yes a gallon or so before kick off with a bottle two of red with the food sets one up nicely for the 1st half. Halftime is a sprint unfortunately but the proper session is quite rightly after the final whistle has blown. Seedhouse the Sequel
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10:01pm Sun 5 Dec 10

Baddesley Bill says...

Seedhouse the Sequel wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Seedhouse the Sequel wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Seedhouse the Sequel wrote:
Baddesley Bill wrote:
Invidia wrote: Does anybody out there know if there was a sell on clause for Gareth Bale, reading the Sunday papers it would be quite lucrative if there was, having said that, knowing the great business man that Rupert Lowe was, we would probably have to give Spurs a fee for turning Gareth Bale into the player his now.
There wasn't....and GB was a great player before the move to Spurs
Hi Bill, in training for Saturday? How come we never seem to have sell on clauses for young players leaving, who barring terrible injury are all going to move for more money in the future, yet those coming here seem to have them? It's not just Lowe, we didn't have a sell on when Shearer left for £3.3m and moved again for £15m. That wasn't because he was a better player, he wasn't he had had a bad injury by then, it was just a rising market.
Hi Seed, Training has been going well....I've even been putting in nights what with the cricket n all....I should be at my peak drinking ability come Saturday (I'll need to be if I hope to keep pace with Slugger!) :O)
I know, I say I'll watch ten minutes and before you know it, it's 2am! Mind you it's not often we kick butt down under so can't be missed. Is Slugger the one to beat then? What sort of intake are we talking about? Just want to make sure i'm ready...
....thank god rain stopped play, otherwise I'd have seen no light at all today! Slugger is a sprinter (where as I tend to make a gallon last)....do not attempt to keep pace with him as I may need your help to carry him to the taxi afterwards! :O)
Yes a gallon or so before kick off with a bottle two of red with the food sets one up nicely for the 1st half. Halftime is a sprint unfortunately but the proper session is quite rightly after the final whistle has blown.
I'll bring a sack-truck to get Slugger to the taxi then. :O)
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Sequel[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Sequel[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Sequel[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baddesley Bill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Invidia[/bold] wrote: Does anybody out there know if there was a sell on clause for Gareth Bale, reading the Sunday papers it would be quite lucrative if there was, having said that, knowing the great business man that Rupert Lowe was, we would probably have to give Spurs a fee for turning Gareth Bale into the player his now.[/p][/quote]There wasn't....and GB was a great player before the move to Spurs[/p][/quote]Hi Bill, in training for Saturday? How come we never seem to have sell on clauses for young players leaving, who barring terrible injury are all going to move for more money in the future, yet those coming here seem to have them? It's not just Lowe, we didn't have a sell on when Shearer left for £3.3m and moved again for £15m. That wasn't because he was a better player, he wasn't he had had a bad injury by then, it was just a rising market.[/p][/quote]Hi Seed, Training has been going well....I've even been putting in nights what with the cricket n all....I should be at my peak drinking ability come Saturday (I'll need to be if I hope to keep pace with Slugger!) :O)[/p][/quote]I know, I say I'll watch ten minutes and before you know it, it's 2am! Mind you it's not often we kick butt down under so can't be missed. Is Slugger the one to beat then? What sort of intake are we talking about? Just want to make sure i'm ready...[/p][/quote]....thank god rain stopped play, otherwise I'd have seen no light at all today! Slugger is a sprinter (where as I tend to make a gallon last)....do not attempt to keep pace with him as I may need your help to carry him to the taxi afterwards! :O)[/p][/quote]Yes a gallon or so before kick off with a bottle two of red with the food sets one up nicely for the 1st half. Halftime is a sprint unfortunately but the proper session is quite rightly after the final whistle has blown.[/p][/quote]I'll bring a sack-truck to get Slugger to the taxi then. :O) Baddesley Bill
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10:59pm Tue 7 Dec 10

OSPREYSAINT says...

worried of e sussex wrote:
does anyone know when the blackpool tickets are going on sale, i wonder how much they will be?
On sale now at £20 Adult £15-00 Over 60 and 1-21.
£10-00 Under 16 it is all on the OS.
[quote][p][bold]worried of e sussex[/bold] wrote: does anyone know when the blackpool tickets are going on sale, i wonder how much they will be?[/p][/quote]On sale now at £20 Adult £15-00 Over 60 and 1-21. £10-00 Under 16 it is all on the OS. OSPREYSAINT
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11:04pm Tue 7 Dec 10

OSPREYSAINT says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
worried of e sussex wrote: does anyone know when the blackpool tickets are going on sale, i wonder how much they will be?
On sale now at £20 Adult £15-00 Over 60 and 1-21. £10-00 Under 16 it is all on the OS.
Over 60 and 17-21 £15-00 sorry
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]worried of e sussex[/bold] wrote: does anyone know when the blackpool tickets are going on sale, i wonder how much they will be?[/p][/quote]On sale now at £20 Adult £15-00 Over 60 and 1-21. £10-00 Under 16 it is all on the OS.[/p][/quote]Over 60 and 17-21 £15-00 sorry OSPREYSAINT
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