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Paul Bearer

Posted 21 February 2015 - 08:10 PM

Italian team Parma dissolved. All the rest of their games will carry a 3-0 defeat and they'll be automatically relegated at the end of the season.

charon

Posted 15 February 2015 - 05:43 PM

Quite well done..


msc

Posted 12 February 2015 - 05:11 PM

 

 

 

 

 

 

Oh aye, and whilst I'm on this thread, Carlisle United surged into the 93rd minute with a 1-0 lead last night and still wound up on the wrong end of a 1-2 home defeat.
 
Have any other readers seen their team capitulate so badly in less than two minutes?

 
My lot once went 2-0 down, fought back to equalise in injury time, then immediately lost to an own goal. There was another - horrible - day against Gretna when they managed to concede three goals in about as many minutes.
 
 
S'cuse my ignorance, who are your "lot" again?
 
I feel your pain either way. Shrewsbury went over 92 and a half minutes without scoring and then bagged two in 67 seconds. We'd have climbed to 16th (a height we haven't reached all season), if we'd have hung on for the win.
 
Partick Thistle. A small fish in a small pond (hey, I'd even be wary of Fort William in the Cup!).
 
 
Oh, right, Billy Connolly's team as well, aren't they? He regularly made a joke that casual football fans thought they were called Partick Thistlenil.


Billy Connolly is Sellick, surely?

 

He is, far as I know. Either that or he just knows the value of a seat for life at Parkhead when you can get it! (Monetary wise of course - I'm not suggesting supporting the club.) He did make the joke though. 


themaninblack

Posted 12 February 2015 - 05:06 PM

Oh aye, and whilst I'm on this thread, Carlisle United surged into the 93rd minute with a 1-0 lead last night and still wound up on the wrong end of a 1-2 home defeat.
 
Have any other readers seen their team capitulate so badly in less than two minutes?

 
My lot once went 2-0 down, fought back to equalise in injury time, then immediately lost to an own goal. There was another - horrible - day against Gretna when they managed to concede three goals in about as many minutes.
 
 
S'cuse my ignorance, who are your "lot" again?
 
I feel your pain either way. Shrewsbury went over 92 and a half minutes without scoring and then bagged two in 67 seconds. We'd have climbed to 16th (a height we haven't reached all season), if we'd have hung on for the win.
 
Partick Thistle. A small fish in a small pond (hey, I'd even be wary of Fort William in the Cup!).
 
 
Oh, right, Billy Connolly's team as well, aren't they? He regularly made a joke that casual football fans thought they were called Partick Thistlenil.


Billy Connolly is Sellick, surely?

msc

Posted 12 February 2015 - 11:52 AM


 

Oh, right, Billy Connolly's team as well, aren't they? He regularly made a joke that casual football fans thought they were called Partick Thistlenil.

 

Yeah. My wife reminds me of that one on almost a weekly basis!  :lol:

 

There's always some time worse off than your own though. Unless you support Barnstoneworth United, naturally.


maryportfuncity

Posted 12 February 2015 - 08:45 AM

 

 

 

 

Oh aye, and whilst I'm on this thread, Carlisle United surged into the 93rd minute with a 1-0 lead last night and still wound up on the wrong end of a 1-2 home defeat.

 

Have any other readers seen their team capitulate so badly in less than two minutes?

 

My lot once went 2-0 down, fought back to equalise in injury time, then immediately lost to an own goal. There was another - horrible - day against Gretna when they managed to concede three goals in about as many minutes. 

 

 

 

S'cuse my ignorance, who are your "lot" again?

 

I feel your pain either way. Shrewsbury went over 92 and a half minutes without scoring and then bagged two in 67 seconds. We'd have climbed to 16th (a height we haven't reached all season), if we'd have hung on for the win.

 

 

Partick Thistle. A small fish in a small pond (hey, I'd even be wary of Fort William in the Cup!).

 

 

 

Oh, right, Billy Connolly's team as well, aren't they? He regularly made a joke that casual football fans thought they were called Partick Thistlenil.


Magere Hein

Posted 11 February 2015 - 10:41 PM

Shrewsbury went over 92 and a half minutes without scoring and then bagged two in 67 seconds. We'd have climbed to 16th (a height we haven't reached all season), if we'd have hung on for the win.


Ouch. I've seen several late losses by Feyenoord, but not so bad.

I also remember an injury time 3-2 victory against FC Twente after being down 0-2 half time and equalising from a penalty around 85'. The winner came from a keeper's blunder. Oh, the sharp joy of undeserved victory!

regards,
Hein

msc

Posted 11 February 2015 - 10:07 PM

 

 

 

Oh aye, and whilst I'm on this thread, Carlisle United surged into the 93rd minute with a 1-0 lead last night and still wound up on the wrong end of a 1-2 home defeat.

 

Have any other readers seen their team capitulate so badly in less than two minutes?

 

My lot once went 2-0 down, fought back to equalise in injury time, then immediately lost to an own goal. There was another - horrible - day against Gretna when they managed to concede three goals in about as many minutes. 

 

 

 

S'cuse my ignorance, who are your "lot" again?

 

I feel your pain either way. Shrewsbury went over 92 and a half minutes without scoring and then bagged two in 67 seconds. We'd have climbed to 16th (a height we haven't reached all season), if we'd have hung on for the win.

 

 

Partick Thistle. A small fish in a small pond (hey, I'd even be wary of Fort William in the Cup!).


Rotten Ali

Posted 11 February 2015 - 10:05 PM

I was just honoured and a tad overaughed to be a interloping subject of this all too interesting sexual fetish / idealistic ménage-a-trios.

Then you go and ask for qualification?

Before, when I've imagaged such a situation. It really never occurred that one of the partisipants would have a name such as Mary...

maryportfuncity

Posted 11 February 2015 - 09:57 PM

 

Oh aye, and whilst I'm on this thread, Carlisle United surged into the 93rd minute with a 1-0 lead last night and still wound up on the wrong end of a 1-2 home defeat.

 

Have any other readers seen their team capitulate so badly in less than two minutes?

 

My lot once went 2-0 down, fought back to equalise in injury time, then immediately lost to an own goal. There was another - horrible - day against Gretna when they managed to concede three goals in about as many minutes. 

 

 

 

S'cuse my ignorance, who are your "lot" again?

 

I feel your pain either way. Shrewsbury went over 92 and a half minutes without scoring and then bagged two in 67 seconds. We'd have climbed to 16th (a height we haven't reached all season), if we'd have hung on for the win.


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