Bristol Rovers 1 (O'Toole 84) Oxford Utd 1 (Constable 10)

Bristol Rovers 1 (O'Toole 84) Oxford Utd 1 (Constable 10)

Bristol Rovers 1 (O'Toole 84) Oxford Utd 1 (Constable 10)

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Herald Series: Photograph of the Author by , Chief Sports Reporter covering Oxford United. Follow us on twitter: @oxfordmailoufc. Call me on 01865 425458

JOHN-JOE O'Toole denied Oxford United all three points with a late equaliser for Bristol Rovers in a windswept encounter.

The midfielder headed in six minutes from time at the Memorial Stadium to cancel out James Constable's first-half strike.

After leading for well over an hour, United will be disappointed not to have held on, but the point extended their unbeaten away run to 16 games and kept them in League Two's automatic promotion places.

Dave Kitson replaced Callum O'Dowda in the only change to United's XI from the midweek draw at Bury.

Both Ryan Williams and Michael Raynes, who were expected to return, missed out, but the big surprise saw Alfie Potter named on the bench after three months out with an ankle injury sustained in the reverse fixture against Rovers.

The hosts had worked hard to get the game on and although the pitch was heavy, it was playable.

With the showers not as heavy as forecast the game went ahead, but the main problem was a strong, gusty wind.

The conditions had a clear impact on the game, which made finding a teammate from even close range a difficult task at times.

United were playing into the wind in the first half, which meant they had few opportunities to get forward.

The emphasis was on quality of chances, rather than quantity, and they delivered with their first opening in the tenth minute.

Kitson got down the left and crossed for Smalley, who chested the ball to Constable. The striker had not scored in his previous 11 games, but looked full of confidence to lash the ball home from 12 yards.

It gave the visitors something to protect and their focus up to half-time was on restricting a Rovers side with the wind in their sails.

The Pirates failed to threaten until midway through the half, when Lee Brown's deflected free-kick flew just wide.

They had the ball in the net on the half hour mark when O'Toole steered in Kaid Mohamed's header. The celebrations were cut short by an offside flag, though.

Aside from a header steered wide by Deane Smalley, United struggled to get out of their half, but a dogged defensive display ensured they reached the break with the lead intact.

With the wind in their favour after the restart, United enjoyed far more of the ball.

Just before the hour they should have doubled their lead, when Constable seized on a mistake from Mark McChrystal.

The defender mis-timed his header, allowing United's No 9 to get in and round goalkeeper Steve Mildenhall. From out wide he crossed for Josh Ruffels, who blasted over right-footed.

Rovers almost punished the miss within minutes, but Ryan Clarke got down well to keep out Tom Lockyer's shot.

United's attacking threat grew more sporadic as the half went on and as the game went into the final quarter of an hour they looked to see out the game.

They looked relatively untroubled until, with six minutes remaining, Tom Newey gave away a free-kick on the corner of the area.

From Brown's delivery O'Toole, who scored the winner at the Kassam Stadium, headed in.

Rovers finished the game strongly and Brown almost struck a winner in stoppage time, his shot rolling inches wide of the far corner.

Oxford Utd: Clarke, Bevans, Hunt, Mullins, Newey, Smalley, Wroe, Rose, Ruffels, Kitson, Constable (Connolly 77).

Unused subs: Henly, Long, Davies, O'Dowda, Marsh, Potter.

Rovers: Mildenhall, Smith, Parkes, McChrystal, Brown, Lockyer, Clarke, O’Toole, Gow, Beardsley, Mohamed (Gillespie 67).

Unused subs: Gough, Keary, Clarkson, Norburn, Harrison, Clucas.

Referee: Lee Collins (Surrey).

Attendance: 6,493 (800 visitors).

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5:10pm Sat 8 Feb 14

Richard Wickson says...

A draws better than a loss but truth is we were second best for much of the game. We really need to start scoring more, as this game, like so many others before, proved, score just one and you are there for the taking. How Rovers didn't win in time added on was amazing, thankfully they didn't but our inability to score enough to close out games has become a big worry
A draws better than a loss but truth is we were second best for much of the game. We really need to start scoring more, as this game, like so many others before, proved, score just one and you are there for the taking. How Rovers didn't win in time added on was amazing, thankfully they didn't but our inability to score enough to close out games has become a big worry Richard Wickson
  • Score: 7

5:40pm Sat 8 Feb 14

northampton yellow says...

We need a manager who can turn draws into results 2 draws against bottom sides ain't good enough for top 3 finish
We need a manager who can turn draws into results 2 draws against bottom sides ain't good enough for top 3 finish northampton yellow
  • Score: 7

6:25pm Sat 8 Feb 14

Exiled in Scotland says...

Right, lets stop pratting about. Two points from the last two games against teams who sit 20th and 21st in our league is not good enough and will not get us promotion. New manager now. Sort the short list, get interviewing and appoint. Do it now. What we have in place may be a safe pair of hands but it ain't good enough.
Right, lets stop pratting about. Two points from the last two games against teams who sit 20th and 21st in our league is not good enough and will not get us promotion. New manager now. Sort the short list, get interviewing and appoint. Do it now. What we have in place may be a safe pair of hands but it ain't good enough. Exiled in Scotland
  • Score: 12

6:25pm Sat 8 Feb 14

Exiled in Scotland says...

Right, lets stop pratting about. Two points from the last two games against teams who sit 20th and 21st in our league is not good enough and will not get us promotion. New manager now. Sort the short list, get interviewing and appoint. Do it now. What we have in place may be a safe pair of hands but it ain't good enough.
Right, lets stop pratting about. Two points from the last two games against teams who sit 20th and 21st in our league is not good enough and will not get us promotion. New manager now. Sort the short list, get interviewing and appoint. Do it now. What we have in place may be a safe pair of hands but it ain't good enough. Exiled in Scotland
  • Score: 0

7:19pm Sat 8 Feb 14

South Upper 87 says...

Firstly can I make the point I went to Exeter and Bristol.......I've always been a Mikey Lewis fan, but I feel a bit relieved tonight after DROPPING ANOTHER TWO POINTS that he will not be in the running for the manager's job. Sorry, but this really was not good enough, it was pretty dreadful weather and the pitch was worse than ours, but to score against the wind with our only real shot at goal and then try and hold on was just not good enough.. Not even enough pressure to force a corner. Completely ran out of ideas. Unsure from where I was, but could not see if Ian Lenagan was present, but this week has shown up one real point....we need a new face to energise the team. With Southend losing and Scunthorpe getting the draw, once again teams around us have done us a favour, But the interview phase from this week, just has to move forward.....and quickly please.
Firstly can I make the point I went to Exeter and Bristol.......I've always been a Mikey Lewis fan, but I feel a bit relieved tonight after DROPPING ANOTHER TWO POINTS that he will not be in the running for the manager's job. Sorry, but this really was not good enough, it was pretty dreadful weather and the pitch was worse than ours, but to score against the wind with our only real shot at goal and then try and hold on was just not good enough.. Not even enough pressure to force a corner. Completely ran out of ideas. Unsure from where I was, but could not see if Ian Lenagan was present, but this week has shown up one real point....we need a new face to energise the team. With Southend losing and Scunthorpe getting the draw, once again teams around us have done us a favour, But the interview phase from this week, just has to move forward.....and quickly please. South Upper 87
  • Score: 14

8:06pm Sat 8 Feb 14

BigAlBiker says...

It was a point gained yes, but two dropped which is worse, I know we're still unbeaten away from home but these games we should be putting more pressure on and winning, all in all I guess it's ok but IL if you read this please sort the new manager out quick and get some better momentum going.

Good to see Alfie "almost" ready, let's get the rest back as quick as possible.
It was a point gained yes, but two dropped which is worse, I know we're still unbeaten away from home but these games we should be putting more pressure on and winning, all in all I guess it's ok but IL if you read this please sort the new manager out quick and get some better momentum going. Good to see Alfie "almost" ready, let's get the rest back as quick as possible. BigAlBiker
  • Score: 8

11:35pm Sat 8 Feb 14

H.J.Harris says...

All very well saying the new manager should be appointed quickly but what if the right man is not available ? we don't want to be tied to someone even more ineffective that the temporary arrangement currently in place.
All very well saying the new manager should be appointed quickly but what if the right man is not available ? we don't want to be tied to someone even more ineffective that the temporary arrangement currently in place. H.J.Harris
  • Score: 5

7:35am Sun 9 Feb 14

New Manor rename says...

So we've been struggling for goals. So we bring in an ex premier league striker on loan. So he warms the bench?
So we've been struggling for goals. So we bring in an ex premier league striker on loan. So he warms the bench? New Manor rename
  • Score: 7

9:25am Sun 9 Feb 14

BicesterBod says...

Connelly should be playing every match, from the start. He's only here for a few months, he shouldn't be on the bench for most of that! There isn't enough time for dilly dallying.
Connelly should be playing every match, from the start. He's only here for a few months, he shouldn't be on the bench for most of that! There isn't enough time for dilly dallying. BicesterBod
  • Score: 11

9:50am Sun 9 Feb 14

BigYellowScarf says...

Exiled in Scotland wrote:
Right, lets stop pratting about. Two points from the last two games against teams who sit 20th and 21st in our league is not good enough and will not get us promotion. New manager now. Sort the short list, get interviewing and appoint. Do it now. What we have in place may be a safe pair of hands but it ain't good enough.
I know we'd all love to be winning handsomely every game, but do you really think it's that easy? Get real. From your exile in Scotland you may simplistically observe that Bury and Rovers are 20th and 21st, but look at their goal difference: just -3 and -5 after nearly 30 games. NOBODY is handing out, or on the wrong end of, thrashings in this division. It's incredibly tight and THERE ARE NO EASY GAMES. Cynics will say "it's a poor division". I'd say it's a division full of highly organised teams that are very tough to beat - which doesn't make for the most thrilling football, but with fans like you panicking and endlessly going berserk about results that's the sort of football you get. For us to have the second best goal difference (and the best defence) may not be everything we'd like, but it ain't a bad position, and I can't see any reason at all to suppose that a new manager is necessarily going to do better and start thrashing everyone in sight - please do point to a manager in League 2 who currently is.
[quote][p][bold]Exiled in Scotland[/bold] wrote: Right, lets stop pratting about. Two points from the last two games against teams who sit 20th and 21st in our league is not good enough and will not get us promotion. New manager now. Sort the short list, get interviewing and appoint. Do it now. What we have in place may be a safe pair of hands but it ain't good enough.[/p][/quote]I know we'd all love to be winning handsomely every game, but do you really think it's that easy? Get real. From your exile in Scotland you may simplistically observe that Bury and Rovers are 20th and 21st, but look at their goal difference: just -3 and -5 after nearly 30 games. NOBODY is handing out, or on the wrong end of, thrashings in this division. It's incredibly tight and THERE ARE NO EASY GAMES. Cynics will say "it's a poor division". I'd say it's a division full of highly organised teams that are very tough to beat - which doesn't make for the most thrilling football, but with fans like you panicking and endlessly going berserk about results that's the sort of football you get. For us to have the second best goal difference (and the best defence) may not be everything we'd like, but it ain't a bad position, and I can't see any reason at all to suppose that a new manager is necessarily going to do better and start thrashing everyone in sight - please do point to a manager in League 2 who currently is. BigYellowScarf
  • Score: 10

9:52am Sun 9 Feb 14

disco80 says...

I couldnt believe with all our strikers available that we had so few chances but then we need mad dog to forget Cw ideas of 3 up top ?? tactics . !! Davies needs a run out at least he can strike a ball sweet and on that pitch any decent shot on target would of had the keeper struggling. oh well lets see what happens come on you yellows
I couldnt believe with all our strikers available that we had so few chances but then we need mad dog to forget Cw ideas of 3 up top ?? tactics . !! Davies needs a run out at least he can strike a ball sweet and on that pitch any decent shot on target would of had the keeper struggling. oh well lets see what happens come on you yellows disco80
  • Score: 3

10:16am Sun 9 Feb 14

Coyyellows says...

Here here big yellow scarf ! Listen to you lot , you will only moan when someone is appointed and not doing a good job , negative as normal comming on here moaning as normal. What gives us the divine right to go away from home and have 3 points off of teams that are fighting for there lives . We're still in the automatics as far as I can see , get behind the team and encourage while we're there ? Nope didn't think you would ,
Here here big yellow scarf ! Listen to you lot , you will only moan when someone is appointed and not doing a good job , negative as normal comming on here moaning as normal. What gives us the divine right to go away from home and have 3 points off of teams that are fighting for there lives . We're still in the automatics as far as I can see , get behind the team and encourage while we're there ? Nope didn't think you would , Coyyellows
  • Score: 6

10:55am Sun 9 Feb 14

EastIlsleyyellow says...

Let's hope we've turned the corner at home and that some of you moaners will get behind Lewis whilst he's in charge. Should this happen we will again be in a great league position. By the way Connelly is not fully fit yet, hence his time on the bench. In hindsight we have weathered a mamouth storm throughout Nov, Dec and Jan. What we consider to be our backbone has spent many games injured along with creative and game changing players. In past years we would have crumbled but thankfully the signings made by Wilder have dug in deep, youngsters have stepped in and stepped up. This has actually been a fantastic achievement, yet because it's not always been pleasing to the eye, and yes we have at times been lucky, the critics have once again jumped the gun. Our squad, in the next few weeks will be the strongest, most competitive we will have had in years. We hale put ourselves in a fantastic position to have a real crack at it in the final games, what a frat opportunity we have here.
Let's hope we've turned the corner at home and that some of you moaners will get behind Lewis whilst he's in charge. Should this happen we will again be in a great league position. By the way Connelly is not fully fit yet, hence his time on the bench. In hindsight we have weathered a mamouth storm throughout Nov, Dec and Jan. What we consider to be our backbone has spent many games injured along with creative and game changing players. In past years we would have crumbled but thankfully the signings made by Wilder have dug in deep, youngsters have stepped in and stepped up. This has actually been a fantastic achievement, yet because it's not always been pleasing to the eye, and yes we have at times been lucky, the critics have once again jumped the gun. Our squad, in the next few weeks will be the strongest, most competitive we will have had in years. We hale put ourselves in a fantastic position to have a real crack at it in the final games, what a frat opportunity we have here. EastIlsleyyellow
  • Score: 7

12:44pm Sun 9 Feb 14

Roy Burton's shorts says...

EastIlsleyyellow wrote:
Let's hope we've turned the corner at home and that some of you moaners will get behind Lewis whilst he's in charge. Should this happen we will again be in a great league position. By the way Connelly is not fully fit yet, hence his time on the bench. In hindsight we have weathered a mamouth storm throughout Nov, Dec and Jan. What we consider to be our backbone has spent many games injured along with creative and game changing players. In past years we would have crumbled but thankfully the signings made by Wilder have dug in deep, youngsters have stepped in and stepped up. This has actually been a fantastic achievement, yet because it's not always been pleasing to the eye, and yes we have at times been lucky, the critics have once again jumped the gun. Our squad, in the next few weeks will be the strongest, most competitive we will have had in years. We hale put ourselves in a fantastic position to have a real crack at it in the final games, what a frat opportunity we have here.
Good points well made.
In conditions that don’t let you play a passing game you need ball carriers like Alfie, Williams and even Rigg. But they weren’t available. We also had Hunt obliged to play out of position and needed the inexperienced Bevans to weather another storm. Big Yellow Scarf’s assessment of L2 is spot-on and there are no easy games. Every team at the top – including us – has had their purple patches followed by surprisingly poor results. League tables don’t lie - we are third on merit, and getting our first teamers back in will be like making new signings at the business end of this season.

I do think though that a good managerial appointment in the next couple of weeks would bring a heightened intensity of player performances across the squad, the extra 10% that could make a real difference, especially at home.

Plenty to look forward to, including a top 3 finish.
[quote][p][bold]EastIlsleyyellow[/bold] wrote: Let's hope we've turned the corner at home and that some of you moaners will get behind Lewis whilst he's in charge. Should this happen we will again be in a great league position. By the way Connelly is not fully fit yet, hence his time on the bench. In hindsight we have weathered a mamouth storm throughout Nov, Dec and Jan. What we consider to be our backbone has spent many games injured along with creative and game changing players. In past years we would have crumbled but thankfully the signings made by Wilder have dug in deep, youngsters have stepped in and stepped up. This has actually been a fantastic achievement, yet because it's not always been pleasing to the eye, and yes we have at times been lucky, the critics have once again jumped the gun. Our squad, in the next few weeks will be the strongest, most competitive we will have had in years. We hale put ourselves in a fantastic position to have a real crack at it in the final games, what a frat opportunity we have here.[/p][/quote]Good points well made. In conditions that don’t let you play a passing game you need ball carriers like Alfie, Williams and even Rigg. But they weren’t available. We also had Hunt obliged to play out of position and needed the inexperienced Bevans to weather another storm. Big Yellow Scarf’s assessment of L2 is spot-on and there are no easy games. Every team at the top – including us – has had their purple patches followed by surprisingly poor results. League tables don’t lie - we are third on merit, and getting our first teamers back in will be like making new signings at the business end of this season. I do think though that a good managerial appointment in the next couple of weeks would bring a heightened intensity of player performances across the squad, the extra 10% that could make a real difference, especially at home. Plenty to look forward to, including a top 3 finish. Roy Burton's shorts
  • Score: 3

1:08pm Sun 9 Feb 14

Richard Wickson says...

East ilsley, COYY, Bigyellowscarf, south upper and BigAl all make very good points. I know these teams near the bottom, Bury , Bristol Rovers and Torquay are all scrapping for points to preserve their League status and as we all know, there are no gimme's in this very tough Division. However if we are to go on and gain Promotion then we really do have to start scoring goals at the rate of more than one a game, it's a tough ask I know and I am fully aware nobody is handing out or taking thrashing a on a weekly basis but truth is we do need to score more than we are to be successful in our desire to be above Division 4 next season. The defence is pretty good but they are put under extreme pressure at times because we don't hold the ball up top and get enough numbers forward to create really good chances and when the chances come, as against B. R. We take more of them. Also to go thru the game without getting a corner shows us to be not good enough going forward, we have scored a couple from corners in the recent past so if not getting the shot in the net we need to be making the keeper at least save it.
Let's be totally frank, this isn't a bad OU team by any stretch, in fact it's a pretty decent team and maybe, as many clubs fans some of us expect too much, I like to think that after supporting OU for 55 years, (including Headington U) that I am realistic in what I expect but as the team progresses, gets closer to possible promotion, we all, me included, maybe expect just a bit more than the team can deliver. Maybe we are a bit hard on them. But and it's a big but, we all know that you have to score more than the opposition to win games and if it's winning that's needed to gain promotion then score more goals we must.
East ilsley, COYY, Bigyellowscarf, south upper and BigAl all make very good points. I know these teams near the bottom, Bury , Bristol Rovers and Torquay are all scrapping for points to preserve their League status and as we all know, there are no gimme's in this very tough Division. However if we are to go on and gain Promotion then we really do have to start scoring goals at the rate of more than one a game, it's a tough ask I know and I am fully aware nobody is handing out or taking thrashing a on a weekly basis but truth is we do need to score more than we are to be successful in our desire to be above Division 4 next season. The defence is pretty good but they are put under extreme pressure at times because we don't hold the ball up top and get enough numbers forward to create really good chances and when the chances come, as against B. R. We take more of them. Also to go thru the game without getting a corner shows us to be not good enough going forward, we have scored a couple from corners in the recent past so if not getting the shot in the net we need to be making the keeper at least save it. Let's be totally frank, this isn't a bad OU team by any stretch, in fact it's a pretty decent team and maybe, as many clubs fans some of us expect too much, I like to think that after supporting OU for 55 years, (including Headington U) that I am realistic in what I expect but as the team progresses, gets closer to possible promotion, we all, me included, maybe expect just a bit more than the team can deliver. Maybe we are a bit hard on them. But and it's a big but, we all know that you have to score more than the opposition to win games and if it's winning that's needed to gain promotion then score more goals we must. Richard Wickson
  • Score: 1

2:29pm Sun 9 Feb 14

adlibber says...

Lewis too much in Wilder's shadow - We should be beating teams at the bottom third of the table. Bury&Bristol Rov is 4pts dropped. We're still not scoring enough goals. I expect Lewis's big test will come with the Newport&Rochdale games. I think on current form we might scrape a play off place. Lenagan is right to take time before choosing a new manager I just hope his gamble of leaving Lewis in charge pays off with a promotion. Sadly I'm not convinced Lewis is the man to do this.
Lewis too much in Wilder's shadow - We should be beating teams at the bottom third of the table. Bury&Bristol Rov is 4pts dropped. We're still not scoring enough goals. I expect Lewis's big test will come with the Newport&Rochdale games. I think on current form we might scrape a play off place. Lenagan is right to take time before choosing a new manager I just hope his gamble of leaving Lewis in charge pays off with a promotion. Sadly I'm not convinced Lewis is the man to do this. adlibber
  • Score: 0

3:13pm Sun 9 Feb 14

87oufc says...

adlibber wrote:
Lewis too much in Wilder's shadow - We should be beating teams at the bottom third of the table. Bury&Bristol Rov is 4pts dropped. We're still not scoring enough goals. I expect Lewis's big test will come with the Newport&Rochdale games. I think on current form we might scrape a play off place. Lenagan is right to take time before choosing a new manager I just hope his gamble of leaving Lewis in charge pays off with a promotion. Sadly I'm not convinced Lewis is the man to do this.
That's if Newport can get any matches played.
[quote][p][bold]adlibber[/bold] wrote: Lewis too much in Wilder's shadow - We should be beating teams at the bottom third of the table. Bury&Bristol Rov is 4pts dropped. We're still not scoring enough goals. I expect Lewis's big test will come with the Newport&Rochdale games. I think on current form we might scrape a play off place. Lenagan is right to take time before choosing a new manager I just hope his gamble of leaving Lewis in charge pays off with a promotion. Sadly I'm not convinced Lewis is the man to do this.[/p][/quote]That's if Newport can get any matches played. 87oufc
  • Score: 0

5:42pm Sun 9 Feb 14

Exiled in Scotland says...

BigYellowScarf wrote:
Exiled in Scotland wrote:
Right, lets stop pratting about. Two points from the last two games against teams who sit 20th and 21st in our league is not good enough and will not get us promotion. New manager now. Sort the short list, get interviewing and appoint. Do it now. What we have in place may be a safe pair of hands but it ain't good enough.
I know we'd all love to be winning handsomely every game, but do you really think it's that easy? Get real. From your exile in Scotland you may simplistically observe that Bury and Rovers are 20th and 21st, but look at their goal difference: just -3 and -5 after nearly 30 games. NOBODY is handing out, or on the wrong end of, thrashings in this division. It's incredibly tight and THERE ARE NO EASY GAMES. Cynics will say "it's a poor division". I'd say it's a division full of highly organised teams that are very tough to beat - which doesn't make for the most thrilling football, but with fans like you panicking and endlessly going berserk about results that's the sort of football you get. For us to have the second best goal difference (and the best defence) may not be everything we'd like, but it ain't a bad position, and I can't see any reason at all to suppose that a new manager is necessarily going to do better and start thrashing everyone in sight - please do point to a manager in League 2 who currently is.
I am a season ticket holder and travel 390 miles each way to home games so I do "get real" every flippin week. We have been in limbo for three weeks now long enough for a descion to be made. Did you make the journey to Alloa for the first pre season friendly this year I did it was like a home game for me. I will ger real when we have a proper managerial set up in place.
[quote][p][bold]BigYellowScarf[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Exiled in Scotland[/bold] wrote: Right, lets stop pratting about. Two points from the last two games against teams who sit 20th and 21st in our league is not good enough and will not get us promotion. New manager now. Sort the short list, get interviewing and appoint. Do it now. What we have in place may be a safe pair of hands but it ain't good enough.[/p][/quote]I know we'd all love to be winning handsomely every game, but do you really think it's that easy? Get real. From your exile in Scotland you may simplistically observe that Bury and Rovers are 20th and 21st, but look at their goal difference: just -3 and -5 after nearly 30 games. NOBODY is handing out, or on the wrong end of, thrashings in this division. It's incredibly tight and THERE ARE NO EASY GAMES. Cynics will say "it's a poor division". I'd say it's a division full of highly organised teams that are very tough to beat - which doesn't make for the most thrilling football, but with fans like you panicking and endlessly going berserk about results that's the sort of football you get. For us to have the second best goal difference (and the best defence) may not be everything we'd like, but it ain't a bad position, and I can't see any reason at all to suppose that a new manager is necessarily going to do better and start thrashing everyone in sight - please do point to a manager in League 2 who currently is.[/p][/quote]I am a season ticket holder and travel 390 miles each way to home games so I do "get real" every flippin week. We have been in limbo for three weeks now long enough for a descion to be made. Did you make the journey to Alloa for the first pre season friendly this year I did it was like a home game for me. I will ger real when we have a proper managerial set up in place. Exiled in Scotland
  • Score: 0

9:01am Mon 10 Feb 14

swindon trollope says...

Top man 'Exiled in Scotland'. That's what I call dedication however I suspect some may queston your mental health !!! Will you have to get your passport stamped once you get the independance up there ?

Onwards an upwards !!!
Top man 'Exiled in Scotland'. That's what I call dedication however I suspect some may queston your mental health !!! Will you have to get your passport stamped once you get the independance up there ? Onwards an upwards !!! swindon trollope
  • Score: -1

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