Another clean sheet, 5 in a row now in all competitions, a 1-0 win and in the first round draw. All in all a very good weekend for the Bulls.FA Cup 4th Qualifying Round tomorrow. Good Luck TedTornado, and Hereford FC, where Hereford are at home to Rochdale. The next round is the First Round Proper, where League One and Two Clubs enter the Competition.
I thought that Rochdale were in the Football League for a moment. Was looking for what league / position they are in. Lost track for a moment, that they are in the National League.
Another clean sheet, 5 in a row now in all competitions, a 1-0 win and in the first round draw. All in all a very good weekend for the Bulls.
I actually grew up on a farm and we had a herd of Hereford cattle along with other traditional breeds from our area, Welsh black cattle, Welsh and Kerry sheep and Welsh mountain ponies.
Wow what an beautiful scenario You should definitely pack in your day job and start writing fan fiction.Good Luck in the First Round Proper, hope you get a decent tie.
While we were ground sharing at Cheltenham Town, for two consecutive seasons, we reached the First Round Proper. The first tie was at home to Leyton Orient, (then of League One). We lost 2 - 0, Orient scored in the 86th and 88th minute. A year later, we were drawn at home again, this time to Fleetwood Town, of League One. Again, we lost 2 - 0.
Hereford FC reach the FA Cup Third Round Proper, where they play Arsenal at the Emirates. TornadoTed does not know what section to be in, in the stadium. He decides to sit amongst the stewards, that divide the Home and Away supporters. He bought a half and half scarf outside the ground. Hereford lose 3 - 1, and Arsenal go onto win the 2024 FA Cup.
Big facts. Fans in this era continue to circle jerk over the likes of Stones, Dias, Rodri etc when they’d just be regarded as decent players back then.
Good idea to provide a breakdown of a player before a big appearance/interview for the benefit of younger listeners. The Beckham doc has sought of brought back a resurgence of interest in former England greats.
Someone like Cambiasso wasn't even regarded as one of the best back then, not until about 2009 at Inter anyways yet even he pisses all over someone like Rodri.
If Cambiasso was around today jaws would be on the floor how he'd settle in to these more role specific positions rather than back then when midfielders had to do a bit of everything.
Finished watching the Kevin Prince Boateng interview and he seems like a decent guy as he was just saying it as it is prefer those type of interviews rather than the media trained lot especially when they’ve retired.
Owen will definitely try to stay balanced as he’s been trying to rebuild that relationship with the scousers ever since he retired but he just needs to accept that it isn’t ever happening.