- Dec 1, 2000
Is that a trick question? Fuck yes. I'd say two too many.Are their too many Manchesters?
I think I've probably had to look up why they are called Wednesday about a dozen times, which I did again today. Every time I do that, I remember, "oh, yeah, I did that before." I'll forget in a week or so, and then I'll look it up again in, like, March 2025, and then I'll remember, oh, yeah, that's why, and I've looked that up before.I laughed.
Also, not for nothing but I’ve loudly argued we should go back to just being called The Wednesday. No offense to Sheffield
View: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=1RW1Fghf8yAI think I've probably had to look up why they are called Wednesday about a dozen times, which I did again today. Every time I do that, I remember, "oh, yeah, I did that before." I'll forget in a week or so, and then I'll look it up again in, like, March 2025, and then I'll remember, oh, yeah, that's why, and I've looked that up before.
I mean, generally I remember that there was something special about Wednesdays for the old fuckers who played sports in suits and hats with bad equipment back when England was still smarting from losing a war to the Americans (again), but I forget the details.
that’s a proper club right thereYou all know there’s a club called FC United of Manchester, right?
That would be a tough sell for the disaffected Man U fans who founded the club.Always felt they missed a beat not going with FC United of the Citeh of Manchester.
I ‘preciate ya. Season three should be here soon.
That's my "bottom to top" club of choice in Football Manager when I decide to do that save. I can get them to the Championship, but haven't made it to the EPL yet.Was disappointed to learn that Boston United, ostensibly my home club (go Pilgrims!), is currently struggling near the bottom of tier 6 in its 90th year.
My 10th great-grandfather, very nearly a pilgrim himself, weeps from the grave.
That Notts County/Wrexham match is going to be bonkers.The National League only having one automatic promotion spot is creating some extraordinary tension at the top of the table. Two extraordinary teams, one of which is going to get a playoff. The one game they play against each other toward the end of the year could be the difference.
Seeing the way Wrexham lost last year kind of makes you wonder just a bit whether they are going to be a famous snakebit side, with very famous owners. Two losses on the campaign and nowhere near safe for promotion.