To be fair, it was only if they wanted to get home straight away. They had the option to wait until the next day.Meanwhile In other news, our local neighbours are having some problems.
MIKE KEEGAN: The footage captured two Chelsea goals and a Brighton penalty, along with various discussions between referee Rob Jones and his assistants.www.dailymail.co.uk
Think someone on here made a very valid point about looking to go to Benidorm later in the preseason programme. This would help ensure signings made in the window have more chance of being involved in a vital part of the build up to the season.Last week was a hugely positive one, let’s hope it is this week too! My only minor gripe is that we didn’t manage to get the signings in before Benidorm, but I guess that can’t be helped.
I agree that’s been my issue too. Well that and the not even trying and the culture of playing for 50 points and not 46 games it’s infuriating.It's just been frustrating as a supporter, watching us fall behind smaller clubs.
I told CH that I lined up on Deepdale road in 64, to watch the open top bus parade, having been beaten by West Ham.
I told them that I wondered if I'll ever see us play in the top division and how frustrating it is to see all the other Lancashire clubs make it.
Some more than once.
Good morning Ron. We don't for one minute think that my mate pushed PR/CH immediately into the transfer market. But it let them know how, a lot of long term supporters are feeling with the lack of serious signings, in the last 2 to 3 transfer windows.
Out of approximately 12,000 season ticket holders, not all will agree with each other (same as on this forum). We just put our feelings to the owners.
Would’ve thought Keane filled that roleInteresting comment from Lowe after the game on Saturday about hoping to get another one in the mould of Layton Stewart in but more of a “false 9”.
Would be a welcome change to recruitment if they could do that for various positions.