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Post by TKIZ! » Tue Oct 19, 2010 7:16 pm

Match thread is go
Pfffft.

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Post by hisroyalgingerness » Tue Oct 19, 2010 7:22 pm

I don't think I've wanted us to win a match as much for ages, really want us to stick one up the goddamn pies. What the fook are they still doing in this league?

We've had precious little success in derby matches in the last couple of seasons. We've got a good home draw against Man Utd and I really want to stick one up these buggers

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Post by Lord Kangana » Tue Oct 19, 2010 7:26 pm

Next two matches could see us going places or back in the pack. Depends on which Wanderers team and which Pies team turn up. Play like we did against West Brom and United, and we could get something.
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Post by TKIZ! » Tue Oct 19, 2010 7:29 pm

Agreed with the two comments above, got a Wiggin fan at work and he's a decent enough chap but I would love us to win to see his face Monday morning
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Post by Odelay » Tue Oct 19, 2010 7:36 pm

Might be coming to this game with a City fan. Where will most of the Bolton fans be drinking pre-match?

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Post by Lord Kangana » Tue Oct 19, 2010 7:55 pm

They still set aside that place under the stand fro Wanderers fans don't they? A bit like the fanzone?
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Post by Little Green Man » Tue Oct 19, 2010 7:59 pm

In lieu of another tired in-joke, is Van Kirkland playing?

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Post by TKIZ! » Tue Oct 19, 2010 8:05 pm

Aquaplane?
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Post by Juewanderer » Tue Oct 19, 2010 8:15 pm

On one sport in Wigan and it's not football, we're going to win this :wink:
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Post by thebish » Tue Oct 19, 2010 10:05 pm

we're clearly dooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooomed...

nothing to see here...

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Post by CAPSLOCK » Tue Oct 19, 2010 10:10 pm

Odelay wrote:Might be coming to this game with a City fan. Where will most of the Bolton fans be drinking pre-match?
Generally, its more sensible to avoid Wiggin pubs

There's history

If you do want a drink, try the Red Robin right near the ground
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Post by Bruce Rioja » Tue Oct 19, 2010 10:33 pm

CAPSLOCK wrote:
Odelay wrote:Might be coming to this game with a City fan. Where will most of the Bolton fans be drinking pre-match?
Generally, its more sensible to avoid Wiggin pubs

There's history

If you do want a drink, try the Red Robin right near the ground
Long gone are the days when we'd buy Merrydown from the triangular offy just by the gound at 10:00 in the morning then slide down the mud banking in the away end. Of course, there are knobbers now that complain because it's a little bit crushed on the concourse. :roll:
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Post by FaninOz » Wed Oct 20, 2010 2:37 am

hisroyalgingerness wrote:I don't think I've wanted us to win a match as much for ages, really want us to stick one up the goddamn pies. What the fook are they still doing in this league?
We've had precious little success in derby matches in the last couple of seasons. We've got a good home draw against Man Utd and I really want to stick one up these buggers
A lot of "people who know football" say the same thing about us so lets not be too churlish on the subject and lets also not tempt fate too much.

Wigan has always been a difficult away ground for us, in fact they have also done quite well against us at the Reebok as well, as they usually raise their game when playing "the big boys from next door". So a draw would be a good result even if we should win on paper, Oops there goes that fate tempting again. :shock:
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Post by hisroyalgingerness » Wed Oct 20, 2010 8:24 am

Sorry. I forget that the placing of tongue in cheek whistles above Oz folk

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Post by General Mannerheim » Wed Oct 20, 2010 8:46 am

CAPSLOCK wrote:
Odelay wrote:Might be coming to this game with a City fan. Where will most of the Bolton fans be drinking pre-match?
Generally, its more sensible to avoid Wiggin pubs

There's history

If you do want a drink, try the Red Robin right near the ground
Town centre pubs will be full of Wanderers, usually go in that 'spoons on the high street. never been that much trouble - pubs tend to lock you in if theres a whiff of bother on its way.

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Post by Lofthouse Lower » Wed Oct 20, 2010 8:49 am

FaninOz wrote:
hisroyalgingerness wrote:I don't think I've wanted us to win a match as much for ages, really want us to stick one up the goddamn pies. What the fook are they still doing in this league?
We've had precious little success in derby matches in the last couple of seasons. We've got a good home draw against Man Utd and I really want to stick one up these buggers
A lot of "people who know football" say the same thing about us so lets not be too churlish on the subject and lets also not tempt fate too much.

Wigan has always been a difficult away ground for us, in fact they have also done quite well against us at the Reebok as well, as they usually raise their game when playing "the big boys from next door". So a draw would be a good result even if we should win on paper, Oops there goes that fate tempting again. :shock:
What are you on about?

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Post by FaninOz » Wed Oct 20, 2010 9:05 am

East Lower wrote:
FaninOz wrote:
hisroyalgingerness wrote:I don't think I've wanted us to win a match as much for ages, really want us to stick one up the goddamn pies. What the fook are they still doing in this league?
We've had precious little success in derby matches in the last couple of seasons. We've got a good home draw against Man Utd and I really want to stick one up these buggers
A lot of "people who know football" say the same thing about us so lets not be too churlish on the subject and lets also not tempt fate too much.

Wigan has always been a difficult away ground for us, in fact they have also done quite well against us at the Reebok as well, as they usually raise their game when playing "the big boys from next door". So a draw would be a good result even if we should win on paper, Oops there goes that fate tempting again. :shock:
What are you on about?
People in glass houses, etc, etc.
Depression is just a state of mind, supporting Bolton is also a state of mind hence supporting Bolton must be depressing QED

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Post by FaninOz » Wed Oct 20, 2010 9:08 am

hisroyalgingerness wrote:Sorry. I forget that the placing of tongue in cheek whistles above Oz folk
Can't see any tongues or cheeks in your post mate! Nor any emoticons or anything similar. Sorry if I missed the obvious hidden meaning! :?
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Post by KeeeeeeeBaaaaaaab » Wed Oct 20, 2010 9:23 am

FaninOz wrote:
hisroyalgingerness wrote:Sorry. I forget that the placing of tongue in cheek whistles above Oz folk
Can't see any tongues or cheeks in your post mate! Nor any emoticons or anything similar. Sorry if I missed the obvious hidden meaning! :?
If there was a "tongue in cheek" emoticon, wouldn't it just look like the person using it was offering someone oral, and then there'd a even more confusion and offence?
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Post by seanworth » Wed Oct 20, 2010 10:21 am

Would love a win this weekend. Good for morale, mine that is.

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