Match Day Thread Leeds v Hull City

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  1. Chazz Rheinhold

    Chazz Rheinhold Well-Known Member

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    Simple question gentlemen and ladies.
    City can only win if your general election choice loses!! still want City to win?? <laugh>

    Anyway we have to and we will win
    City 3-1
     
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  2. Quill

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    Bowen 4-0 TWS

    I'm actually off to this one. Warra ****ing scab.
     
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  3. TIGERSCAVE

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    Weather should have relented a little before kick off... still rain and 25mph winds... might be a leveller... but we did them this time last year and from what Ive seen of them they aren't a million ahead of us... 0-2 Eaves with both...
     
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    Still 364 tickets left apparently.
     
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  5. Mr Hatem

    Mr Hatem Well-Known Member

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    How are you a scab when it is an away game?
    PS I think you mean a brace for Bowen? Four seems a tad optimistic.
     
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  6. Idi Amin

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    Working in Leeds tomorrow? Will there be a pay on the gate option for away fans?
     
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  7. originallambrettaman

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    There's no pay on the gate option at Leeds.
     
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  8. City Man

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    Not surprised.

    ****ish prices charged by a ****ish club.
     
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  9. TIGERSCAVE

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    Agree totally far far far too much.... but then we are charging Forest fans £33 on Boxing Day I believe...
     
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  10. Ric Glasgow

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    You're usually extremely accurate with your score predictions but this one looks shaky
     
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    2-0 city..bowen both goals...
     
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  12. City Man

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    Good.

    A bargain for them.
     
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  13. Ron Burguvdy

    Ron Burguvdy Well-Known Member

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    As hell never get a hat trick he may get a brace-brace
     
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  14. DMD

    DMD Eh?
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    Cluedo was created in Leeds, as were jelly totts, by a man that went on to work for NASA, creating the space food.


    Karl Marx wrote for two local newspapers.

    The first maps of English and Welsh Counties were created in Leeds.

    Temple Works was a flax mill. To control humidity they grew grass on the roof and grazed sheep up there to keep it short. Its appearance is based on the Temple of Horus in Egypt. When it was first built it was said to contain the biggest single room in the world.

    Middleton Colliery railway is the world's oldest working railway.

    The 'little nipper' spring loaded mouse trap was created in Leeds.

    Sooty and Sweep were created in Leeds when chip shop famous Harry Ramsden's nephew Harry bought his son, Matthew Corbett a puppet from Blackpool.

    Leeds is home to the most northern vineyard in England.

    Dominic Cazaux changed his name to reflect the 91/92 championship winning side. Dominic now supports Arsenal.


    The first moving picture was filmed in Leeds in 1888 by Louis Le Prince.

    The record for the most people dressed as Sherlock Holmes was made in Leeds in 2014.

    Benjamin Henry Latrobe designed the United States Capitol Building and The White House Portico.

    Leeds is home to the tallest maypole in the UK.
     
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  15. dennisboothstash

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    2-0 loss

    standard fare
     
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  16. ellandback

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  17. Sir Cheshire Ben

    Sir Cheshire Ben Well-Known Member

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    ****ers are ready to implode. City 3 nowt.
     
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  18. Ron Burguvdy

    Ron Burguvdy Well-Known Member

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    Matthew Corbett Jr son went to University in Hull (Humberside University as it was) nobody ever waved to him with 'naked' puppets in lectures, as it would have been childish and not funny...
     
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  19. BillyBobBallbag

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    Wasn't it humberside polytecnic back then?
     
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  20. Ron Burguvdy

    Ron Burguvdy Well-Known Member

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    Within 3-4 years it morphed from Humberside College of Higher Education, to Polytechnic to University .. and then morphed Lincoln and Humberside and ****ed off and became Lincoln ... How the **** did we lose a University ?
     
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