Albion hoping for Birmingham favour

Matt Upson played for Birmingham in the top flight

Matt Upson played for Birmingham in the top flight

First published in Sport by , Chief sports reporter

Albion player of the season favourite Matt Upson is hoping for a home form transformation tonight from former club Birmingham to widen the Seagulls' play-off prospects.

The veteran centre-half played in the Premier League for relegation-threatened Birmingham, who are chasing a first victory at St Andrew's since October against play-off chasing Wigan.

Defeat for Wigan in their game in hand would leave Albion needing to better their result on Saturday, when the Seagulls go to Nottingham Forest and the Latics face a Lancashire derby at Blackburn.

Rovers will still have a mathematical chance of reaching the play-offs themselves if Wigan lose tonight.

A draw for last season's relegated FA Cup winners would mean Albion have to beat Forest and hope Wigan draw or lose at Blackburn in order to finish above them.

If Wigan win they are guaranteed to finish in the play-offs in fifth or sixth spot, leaving Albion to fight it out on the final day with Reading, at home to Burnley.

Albion's awards dinner is staged at the Amex tonight.

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9:09am Tue 29 Apr 14

Ex-pat Arnie says...

If Wigan can't get all three points from Birmingham then heaven help them. I can't see Brum doing us any favours at all on this one.
If Wigan can't get all three points from Birmingham then heaven help them. I can't see Brum doing us any favours at all on this one. Ex-pat Arnie
  • Score: 12

9:43am Tue 29 Apr 14

Hugothepug says...

You just never know.

Plus is that they desperately need the points for survival and Wigen's wheels look like they finally coming off after 58 games this season. Negatives are they haven't won for ages, have loan players that don't really give a monkeys and a manager that looks defeated already.

I'd take a draw ever day of the week but a home win would be nice tho - keeps Blackburn in with a better shout, making the Derby game on Saturday a harder one for Wigan.

It's going to be tense week for us all - but we would have taken this scenario a month ago.

UTA
You just never know. Plus is that they desperately need the points for survival and Wigen's wheels look like they finally coming off after 58 games this season. Negatives are they haven't won for ages, have loan players that don't really give a monkeys and a manager that looks defeated already. I'd take a draw ever day of the week but a home win would be nice tho - keeps Blackburn in with a better shout, making the Derby game on Saturday a harder one for Wigan. It's going to be tense week for us all - but we would have taken this scenario a month ago. UTA Hugothepug
  • Score: 3

10:03am Tue 29 Apr 14

Joel'sGrandad says...

Blackpool's win at Wigan puts our result against them into perspective. No point in trying to second guess what's going to happen on Saturday. Just hope we do our best and get a good result and hope other results go our way. UTA
Blackpool's win at Wigan puts our result against them into perspective. No point in trying to second guess what's going to happen on Saturday. Just hope we do our best and get a good result and hope other results go our way. UTA Joel'sGrandad
  • Score: 2

10:15am Tue 29 Apr 14

Uckfield Seagull says...

Championship has been almost impossible to predict this season, on there day pretty much everybody can beat everybody
Championship has been almost impossible to predict this season, on there day pretty much everybody can beat everybody Uckfield Seagull
  • Score: 5

10:29am Tue 29 Apr 14

JeffLomer says...

Uckfield Seagull wrote:
Championship has been almost impossible to predict this season, on there day pretty much everybody can beat everybody
Agreed Uckfield look how many points we took off top two and how many off bottom three, think a draw tonight myself well hoping for at least a point for Birmingham!!
Up the Albion!!!!
[quote][p][bold]Uckfield Seagull[/bold] wrote: Championship has been almost impossible to predict this season, on there day pretty much everybody can beat everybody[/p][/quote]Agreed Uckfield look how many points we took off top two and how many off bottom three, think a draw tonight myself well hoping for at least a point for Birmingham!! Up the Albion!!!! JeffLomer
  • Score: 3

10:38am Tue 29 Apr 14

TheWerewolf says...

Hugothepug wrote:
You just never know.

Plus is that they desperately need the points for survival and Wigen's wheels look like they finally coming off after 58 games this season. Negatives are they haven't won for ages, have loan players that don't really give a monkeys and a manager that looks defeated already.

I'd take a draw ever day of the week but a home win would be nice tho - keeps Blackburn in with a better shout, making the Derby game on Saturday a harder one for Wigan.

It's going to be tense week for us all - but we would have taken this scenario a month ago.

UTA
A Wigan draw or loss are pretty much the same for us, since realistically we need to win at forest. If we do then either a wigan or reading draw or loss in the final game will see us in the playoffs (regardless of whether Wigan draw or lose tonight).....The only marginal advantage of a Wigan loss (relative to a draw) is that we could then possibly draw and hope for a Wigan loss on the last day. I really think our best chance is to win and watch Burnley do the business at Reading. (ideally with a Barnes hatrick!). Amazing its all down to last game and our goal difference is a real advantage given our solid defensive line. UTA
[quote][p][bold]Hugothepug[/bold] wrote: You just never know. Plus is that they desperately need the points for survival and Wigen's wheels look like they finally coming off after 58 games this season. Negatives are they haven't won for ages, have loan players that don't really give a monkeys and a manager that looks defeated already. I'd take a draw ever day of the week but a home win would be nice tho - keeps Blackburn in with a better shout, making the Derby game on Saturday a harder one for Wigan. It's going to be tense week for us all - but we would have taken this scenario a month ago. UTA[/p][/quote]A Wigan draw or loss are pretty much the same for us, since realistically we need to win at forest. If we do then either a wigan or reading draw or loss in the final game will see us in the playoffs (regardless of whether Wigan draw or lose tonight).....The only marginal advantage of a Wigan loss (relative to a draw) is that we could then possibly draw and hope for a Wigan loss on the last day. I really think our best chance is to win and watch Burnley do the business at Reading. (ideally with a Barnes hatrick!). Amazing its all down to last game and our goal difference is a real advantage given our solid defensive line. UTA TheWerewolf
  • Score: 1

10:41am Tue 29 Apr 14

hannover seagull says...

Hard to believe that Brum haven´t won at St Andrews in 6 months,must be due a win soon.Lets hope tonight
Wishful thinking but that is the situation we find ourselves in.
I think if Wigan get beat tonight they will really struggle to make the play offs as Rovers are on fire and will be going for it themselves on Saturday
Another tense evening ahead
UTA.................
.................
Hard to believe that Brum haven´t won at St Andrews in 6 months,must be due a win soon.Lets hope tonight Wishful thinking but that is the situation we find ourselves in. I think if Wigan get beat tonight they will really struggle to make the play offs as Rovers are on fire and will be going for it themselves on Saturday Another tense evening ahead UTA................. ................. hannover seagull
  • Score: 4

10:57am Tue 29 Apr 14

JeffLomer says...

Who ever put that sky are showing two games on sat is correct not deciding until tonights match which two there showing!!
Up the Albion !!!!
Who ever put that sky are showing two games on sat is correct not deciding until tonights match which two there showing!! Up the Albion !!!! JeffLomer
  • Score: 4

11:09am Tue 29 Apr 14

Norfolk and way says...

It shows how far we've slipped when all we can do is hope other teams lose just to give any hope of sneaking into the play offs. We haven't been good enough over the season and a thorough post mortem needs to be carried out after the forest game if we don't beat them, although even a win will be no good if Reading and Wigan win there's. Last season at least the play off place was secured properly, this time round it's been a bit of a shambles for a club supposedly on the up.
It shows how far we've slipped when all we can do is hope other teams lose just to give any hope of sneaking into the play offs. We haven't been good enough over the season and a thorough post mortem needs to be carried out after the forest game if we don't beat them, although even a win will be no good if Reading and Wigan win there's. Last season at least the play off place was secured properly, this time round it's been a bit of a shambles for a club supposedly on the up. Norfolk and way
  • Score: -9

11:17am Tue 29 Apr 14

OldGull says...

Norfolk and way wrote:
It shows how far we've slipped when all we can do is hope other teams lose just to give any hope of sneaking into the play offs. We haven't been good enough over the season and a thorough post mortem needs to be carried out after the forest game if we don't beat them, although even a win will be no good if Reading and Wigan win there's. Last season at least the play off place was secured properly, this time round it's been a bit of a shambles for a club supposedly on the up.
I wish someone could do a post mortem on you
[quote][p][bold]Norfolk and way[/bold] wrote: It shows how far we've slipped when all we can do is hope other teams lose just to give any hope of sneaking into the play offs. We haven't been good enough over the season and a thorough post mortem needs to be carried out after the forest game if we don't beat them, although even a win will be no good if Reading and Wigan win there's. Last season at least the play off place was secured properly, this time round it's been a bit of a shambles for a club supposedly on the up.[/p][/quote]I wish someone could do a post mortem on you OldGull
  • Score: 6

11:54am Tue 29 Apr 14

JeffLomer says...

OldGull wrote:
Norfolk and way wrote:
It shows how far we've slipped when all we can do is hope other teams lose just to give any hope of sneaking into the play offs. We haven't been good enough over the season and a thorough post mortem needs to be carried out after the forest game if we don't beat them, although even a win will be no good if Reading and Wigan win there's. Last season at least the play off place was secured properly, this time round it's been a bit of a shambles for a club supposedly on the up.
I wish someone could do a post mortem on you
My younger days bit of butchery experience will that do oldgull, I love some peoples sense off humour on here, bet post by a mile on here, what about ringtones as well !!!
[quote][p][bold]OldGull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Norfolk and way[/bold] wrote: It shows how far we've slipped when all we can do is hope other teams lose just to give any hope of sneaking into the play offs. We haven't been good enough over the season and a thorough post mortem needs to be carried out after the forest game if we don't beat them, although even a win will be no good if Reading and Wigan win there's. Last season at least the play off place was secured properly, this time round it's been a bit of a shambles for a club supposedly on the up.[/p][/quote]I wish someone could do a post mortem on you[/p][/quote]My younger days bit of butchery experience will that do oldgull, I love some peoples sense off humour on here, bet post by a mile on here, what about ringtones as well !!! JeffLomer
  • Score: 0

12:15pm Tue 29 Apr 14

farside says...

OldGull wrote:
Norfolk and way wrote:
It shows how far we've slipped when all we can do is hope other teams lose just to give any hope of sneaking into the play offs. We haven't been good enough over the season and a thorough post mortem needs to be carried out after the forest game if we don't beat them, although even a win will be no good if Reading and Wigan win there's. Last season at least the play off place was secured properly, this time round it's been a bit of a shambles for a club supposedly on the up.
I wish someone could do a post mortem on you
No effing way... . Moronic as ever from the palace fan.
Off to Birmingham tonight to watch them regain a bit of pride from the mess their boardroom has imposed on fansand team alike. Thank god for Tony Bloom!
[quote][p][bold]OldGull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Norfolk and way[/bold] wrote: It shows how far we've slipped when all we can do is hope other teams lose just to give any hope of sneaking into the play offs. We haven't been good enough over the season and a thorough post mortem needs to be carried out after the forest game if we don't beat them, although even a win will be no good if Reading and Wigan win there's. Last season at least the play off place was secured properly, this time round it's been a bit of a shambles for a club supposedly on the up.[/p][/quote]I wish someone could do a post mortem on you[/p][/quote]No effing way... . Moronic as ever from the palace fan. Off to Birmingham tonight to watch them regain a bit of pride from the mess their boardroom has imposed on fansand team alike. Thank god for Tony Bloom! farside
  • Score: 0

12:31pm Tue 29 Apr 14

gordongull says...

Anyone expecting a favour from Birmingham City this evening is going to be disappointed.
It will all be decided on Saturday.
Burnley have only lost once in the League this year,and that was against Leicester.
A lot more reliable than Brum'.
Anyone expecting a favour from Birmingham City this evening is going to be disappointed. It will all be decided on Saturday. Burnley have only lost once in the League this year,and that was against Leicester. A lot more reliable than Brum'. gordongull
  • Score: 2

12:38pm Tue 29 Apr 14

gordongull says...

btw, I know it will be decided on Saturday anyway, but I mean Wigan will be out of the equation before then.
btw, I know it will be decided on Saturday anyway, but I mean Wigan will be out of the equation before then. gordongull
  • Score: 0

12:48pm Tue 29 Apr 14

Albion In Staffs says...

For 'transformation' read 'miracle' but at 11/4 with Paddy Power, I might have a little interest in some divine, West Midlands intervention this evening.
Well, you never know...
For 'transformation' read 'miracle' but at 11/4 with Paddy Power, I might have a little interest in some divine, West Midlands intervention this evening. Well, you never know... Albion In Staffs
  • Score: 0

1:23pm Tue 29 Apr 14

Quiterie says...

Birmingham have not won any of their last 17 league games at home - which is an extraordinary statistic!!!

I think I'll settle for a draw..........
Birmingham have not won any of their last 17 league games at home - which is an extraordinary statistic!!! I think I'll settle for a draw.......... Quiterie
  • Score: 1

2:38pm Tue 29 Apr 14

hannover seagull says...

This talk about Birmingham doing us a favour is nonsense
They will be doing themselves a favour by staying in the C´ship if they win
Doesn´t anyone see that they will be up for it tonight and although on paper it looks like points for Wigan, I am sure they will not want to be playing League one football next year
Come on you blues..
UTA
This talk about Birmingham doing us a favour is nonsense They will be doing themselves a favour by staying in the C´ship if they win Doesn´t anyone see that they will be up for it tonight and although on paper it looks like points for Wigan, I am sure they will not want to be playing League one football next year Come on you blues.. UTA hannover seagull
  • Score: 1

2:48pm Tue 29 Apr 14

claud59music says...

Quiterie wrote:
Birmingham have not won any of their last 17 league games at home - which is an extraordinary statistic!!!

I think I'll settle for a draw..........
According to BBC Sport Wigan have never won at Birmingham! Hang on all this clutching at straws has brought on my hay fever.
[quote][p][bold]Quiterie[/bold] wrote: Birmingham have not won any of their last 17 league games at home - which is an extraordinary statistic!!! I think I'll settle for a draw..........[/p][/quote]According to BBC Sport Wigan have never won at Birmingham! Hang on all this clutching at straws has brought on my hay fever. claud59music
  • Score: 2

3:10pm Tue 29 Apr 14

SeagullOverSelsey says...

OldGull wrote:
Norfolk and way wrote:
It shows how far we've slipped when all we can do is hope other teams lose just to give any hope of sneaking into the play offs. We haven't been good enough over the season and a thorough post mortem needs to be carried out after the forest game if we don't beat them, although even a win will be no good if Reading and Wigan win there's. Last season at least the play off place was secured properly, this time round it's been a bit of a shambles for a club supposedly on the up.
I wish someone could do a post mortem on you
Well said Old Gull!! Just before the post mortem go on your WAY to NORFOLK,Norfolk and way,and support your local team who are heading for the Championship!Up the canaries-NOT!
[quote][p][bold]OldGull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Norfolk and way[/bold] wrote: It shows how far we've slipped when all we can do is hope other teams lose just to give any hope of sneaking into the play offs. We haven't been good enough over the season and a thorough post mortem needs to be carried out after the forest game if we don't beat them, although even a win will be no good if Reading and Wigan win there's. Last season at least the play off place was secured properly, this time round it's been a bit of a shambles for a club supposedly on the up.[/p][/quote]I wish someone could do a post mortem on you[/p][/quote]Well said Old Gull!! Just before the post mortem go on your WAY to NORFOLK,Norfolk and way,and support your local team who are heading for the Championship!Up the canaries-NOT! SeagullOverSelsey
  • Score: -1

3:47pm Tue 29 Apr 14

GovindaTim says...

Free money wrote:
Ex-pat name the other top clubs that wish to sign your boy Dunk,and also name the staff????? lol you can't can you.Also give the reason why Hull have not made a bid after his wonderful 2 games? lol
What is it with you and Dunk?? When I was at school, if you kept slagging off someone, it was usually a sign that you loved them (I'm assuming you are still at school). Do you love Dunky?? I think you should come clean about your homo-erotic secret love for him lol. By the way, how pleased are you with Glendas' performances for your team this season lol?? I'm so glad we got him off our payroll and onto yours lol. lol lol lol
[quote][p][bold]Free money[/bold] wrote: Ex-pat name the other top clubs that wish to sign your boy Dunk,and also name the staff????? lol you can't can you.Also give the reason why Hull have not made a bid after his wonderful 2 games? lol[/p][/quote]What is it with you and Dunk?? When I was at school, if you kept slagging off someone, it was usually a sign that you loved them (I'm assuming you are still at school). Do you love Dunky?? I think you should come clean about your homo-erotic secret love for him lol. By the way, how pleased are you with Glendas' performances for your team this season lol?? I'm so glad we got him off our payroll and onto yours lol. lol lol lol GovindaTim
  • Score: 3

3:50pm Tue 29 Apr 14

VegasSeagull says...

Free money wrote:
Ex-pat name the other top clubs that wish to sign your boy Dunk,and also name the staff????? lol you can't can you.Also give the reason why Hull have not made a bid after his wonderful 2 games? lol
By your thinking Free Money, if a player from the prem signs for a Champ Div club he must be crap, after all no other prem clubs signed him. Why does it matter if clubs are not falling over themselves to sign Dunk, so long as he does a job for us. There will be hundreds of players in all divisions that do not attract offers from clubs above their parent club this summer, should they all be fired?
[quote][p][bold]Free money[/bold] wrote: Ex-pat name the other top clubs that wish to sign your boy Dunk,and also name the staff????? lol you can't can you.Also give the reason why Hull have not made a bid after his wonderful 2 games? lol[/p][/quote]By your thinking Free Money, if a player from the prem signs for a Champ Div club he must be crap, after all no other prem clubs signed him. Why does it matter if clubs are not falling over themselves to sign Dunk, so long as he does a job for us. There will be hundreds of players in all divisions that do not attract offers from clubs above their parent club this summer, should they all be fired? VegasSeagull
  • Score: 0

4:03pm Tue 29 Apr 14

Ex-pat Arnie says...

Free money wrote:
Ex-pat name the other top clubs that wish to sign your boy Dunk,and also name the staff????? lol you can't can you.Also give the reason why Hull have not made a bid after his wonderful 2 games? lol
I thought you'd stopped picking random arguments with me? This story is not about Lewis Dunk. You don't rate him, I do. Let's move on.
[quote][p][bold]Free money[/bold] wrote: Ex-pat name the other top clubs that wish to sign your boy Dunk,and also name the staff????? lol you can't can you.Also give the reason why Hull have not made a bid after his wonderful 2 games? lol[/p][/quote]I thought you'd stopped picking random arguments with me? This story is not about Lewis Dunk. You don't rate him, I do. Let's move on. Ex-pat Arnie
  • Score: 1

5:55pm Tue 29 Apr 14

Hovite says...

TheWerewolf wrote:
Hugothepug wrote:
You just never know.

Plus is that they desperately need the points for survival and Wigen's wheels look like they finally coming off after 58 games this season. Negatives are they haven't won for ages, have loan players that don't really give a monkeys and a manager that looks defeated already.

I'd take a draw ever day of the week but a home win would be nice tho - keeps Blackburn in with a better shout, making the Derby game on Saturday a harder one for Wigan.

It's going to be tense week for us all - but we would have taken this scenario a month ago.

UTA
A Wigan draw or loss are pretty much the same for us, since realistically we need to win at forest. If we do then either a wigan or reading draw or loss in the final game will see us in the playoffs (regardless of whether Wigan draw or lose tonight).....The only marginal advantage of a Wigan loss (relative to a draw) is that we could then possibly draw and hope for a Wigan loss on the last day. I really think our best chance is to win and watch Burnley do the business at Reading. (ideally with a Barnes hatrick!). Amazing its all down to last game and our goal difference is a real advantage given our solid defensive line. UTA
Unless they lose both games and we draw with Forest, we will go above them on goal difference.

Too many scenarios in this end of season and even Blackburn stand an outside chance.
[quote][p][bold]TheWerewolf[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hugothepug[/bold] wrote: You just never know. Plus is that they desperately need the points for survival and Wigen's wheels look like they finally coming off after 58 games this season. Negatives are they haven't won for ages, have loan players that don't really give a monkeys and a manager that looks defeated already. I'd take a draw ever day of the week but a home win would be nice tho - keeps Blackburn in with a better shout, making the Derby game on Saturday a harder one for Wigan. It's going to be tense week for us all - but we would have taken this scenario a month ago. UTA[/p][/quote]A Wigan draw or loss are pretty much the same for us, since realistically we need to win at forest. If we do then either a wigan or reading draw or loss in the final game will see us in the playoffs (regardless of whether Wigan draw or lose tonight).....The only marginal advantage of a Wigan loss (relative to a draw) is that we could then possibly draw and hope for a Wigan loss on the last day. I really think our best chance is to win and watch Burnley do the business at Reading. (ideally with a Barnes hatrick!). Amazing its all down to last game and our goal difference is a real advantage given our solid defensive line. UTA[/p][/quote]Unless they lose both games and we draw with Forest, we will go above them on goal difference. Too many scenarios in this end of season and even Blackburn stand an outside chance. Hovite
  • Score: 0

7:15pm Tue 29 Apr 14

gordongull says...

No reason why we shouldn't ask a favour of some of these parachute clubs. They all have a financial advantage over us. Mind you, it doesn't seem to have done Brum' a lot of good. Or Blackpool and Bolton for that matter.
Wolves continued right on going to Division 1, but a hundred points in the third tier suggests that they have found a use for the money. When they come back up, they will still have two years of the payments to go, which will blow out transfer budget out of the water. We could be asking a favour from two more parachute clubs on Saturday. Burnley have timed promotion just right. This is the fourth and final season of parachute payments for them. People should remember when comparing their success to ours that they have received £40m over the last four years. We need them to deliver for us on Saturday against a Reading side, who have themselves already received £23m.
Blackburn, with 2 years of payments still to go could still be in a position to help us out against yet another side receiving the payments,- Wigan.
When the subject of parachute payments arises, there is a tendency to get an image of the three most recently relegated sides, but a little research will show how extensive it is.
Clubs which will be receiving parachute payments during the 2014/2015 season:
The three teams relegated from the Prem'
At least two of Wigan, QPR, and Reading.
Blackburn
Bolton
Birmingham
Blackpool
Wolves
These ten or eleven clubs represent over 40% of the Championship receiving parachute payments next season, and are an indication of what a club like Brighton and Hove Albion has to compete with from a financial perspective.
No reason why we shouldn't ask a favour of some of these parachute clubs. They all have a financial advantage over us. Mind you, it doesn't seem to have done Brum' a lot of good. Or Blackpool and Bolton for that matter. Wolves continued right on going to Division 1, but a hundred points in the third tier suggests that they have found a use for the money. When they come back up, they will still have two years of the payments to go, which will blow out transfer budget out of the water. We could be asking a favour from two more parachute clubs on Saturday. Burnley have timed promotion just right. This is the fourth and final season of parachute payments for them. People should remember when comparing their success to ours that they have received £40m over the last four years. We need them to deliver for us on Saturday against a Reading side, who have themselves already received £23m. Blackburn, with 2 years of payments still to go could still be in a position to help us out against yet another side receiving the payments,- Wigan. When the subject of parachute payments arises, there is a tendency to get an image of the three most recently relegated sides, but a little research will show how extensive it is. Clubs which will be receiving parachute payments during the 2014/2015 season: The three teams relegated from the Prem' At least two of Wigan, QPR, and Reading. Blackburn Bolton Birmingham Blackpool Wolves These ten or eleven clubs represent over 40% of the Championship receiving parachute payments next season, and are an indication of what a club like Brighton and Hove Albion has to compete with from a financial perspective. gordongull
  • Score: 1

7:25pm Tue 29 Apr 14

ringtone says...

GovindaTim wrote:
Free money wrote:
Ex-pat name the other top clubs that wish to sign your boy Dunk,and also name the staff????? lol you can't can you.Also give the reason why Hull have not made a bid after his wonderful 2 games? lol
What is it with you and Dunk?? When I was at school, if you kept slagging off someone, it was usually a sign that you loved them (I'm assuming you are still at school). Do you love Dunky?? I think you should come clean about your homo-erotic secret love for him lol. By the way, how pleased are you with Glendas' performances for your team this season lol?? I'm so glad we got him off our payroll and onto yours lol. lol lol lol
Glen Murray and CMS both out for similar amount of time because of long term injuries.

I wonder who has scored the most goals for their respective first teams this season?

I wont mention that Murray is playing a much higher grade of football, so who has got the most?
[quote][p][bold]GovindaTim[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Free money[/bold] wrote: Ex-pat name the other top clubs that wish to sign your boy Dunk,and also name the staff????? lol you can't can you.Also give the reason why Hull have not made a bid after his wonderful 2 games? lol[/p][/quote]What is it with you and Dunk?? When I was at school, if you kept slagging off someone, it was usually a sign that you loved them (I'm assuming you are still at school). Do you love Dunky?? I think you should come clean about your homo-erotic secret love for him lol. By the way, how pleased are you with Glendas' performances for your team this season lol?? I'm so glad we got him off our payroll and onto yours lol. lol lol lol[/p][/quote]Glen Murray and CMS both out for similar amount of time because of long term injuries. I wonder who has scored the most goals for their respective first teams this season? I wont mention that Murray is playing a much higher grade of football, so who has got the most? ringtone
  • Score: 1

7:57pm Tue 29 Apr 14

brightonup says...

Fishing trips still yielding rich reward for trolls...... they must be really pleased with themselves,
Fishing trips still yielding rich reward for trolls...... they must be really pleased with themselves, brightonup
  • Score: -1

8:03pm Tue 29 Apr 14

Hugothepug says...

Cracking start Brum!
Cracking start Brum! Hugothepug
  • Score: 0

8:35pm Tue 29 Apr 14

ringtone says...

Bayern Munich dont want tikka takka so why should we as a fellow north european footballing superpower.

Tony knows how to appeal to the gluten free, totally organic new fans ba, (before amex).

Lets get rid of garcia and give Gary Johnson (Yeovil) the stage he deserves.
Bayern Munich dont want tikka takka so why should we as a fellow north european footballing superpower. Tony knows how to appeal to the gluten free, totally organic new fans ba, (before amex). Lets get rid of garcia and give Gary Johnson (Yeovil) the stage he deserves. ringtone
  • Score: 0

9:45pm Tue 29 Apr 14

ringtone says...

See you in the play off final at Wembley Wigan. LOL
See you in the play off final at Wembley Wigan. LOL ringtone
  • Score: -1

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