Welcome, Guest
You have to register before you can post on our site.

Username
  

Password
  





Search Forums

(Advanced Search)

Forum Statistics
» Members: 390
» Latest member: Hartzell
» Forum threads: 4,228
» Forum posts: 113,350

Full Statistics

Latest Threads
In's/Out's
Forum: Hibernian
Last Post: 0762
14 minutes ago
» Replies: 43
» Views: 636
WBA 2017/18 Summer Transf...
Forum: West Bromwich Albion
Last Post: drewks
29 minutes ago
» Replies: 297
» Views: 26,391
Pointless - this week E
Forum: West Bromwich Albion
Last Post: Bierzo Baggie
45 minutes ago
» Replies: 80
» Views: 2,500
HTFC Summer transfers thr...
Forum: Huddersfield Town
Last Post: Lord Snooty
1 hour ago
» Replies: 91
» Views: 1,801
Fixtures 2017/18
Forum: Chesterfield
Last Post: Dancingwilldoit
1 hour ago
» Replies: 24
» Views: 205
Afghanistan and Ireland
Forum: Cricket
Last Post: jjamez
2 hours ago
» Replies: 5
» Views: 62
Thread to talk about foot...
Forum: Sheffield Wednesday
Last Post: Owlkev71
3 hours ago
» Replies: 743
» Views: 30,761
On political analysis
Forum: Abstract Chat
Last Post: hibeejim21
6 hours ago
» Replies: 218
» Views: 3,113
Rumour window
Forum: Preston North End
Last Post: themaclad
6 hours ago
» Replies: 196
» Views: 17,462
2018 Winter Olympics
Forum: Winter sports
Last Post: ritchiebaby
Today, 00:30
» Replies: 0
» Views: 11

 
  2018 Winter Olympics
Posted by: ritchiebaby - Today, 00:30 - Forum: Winter sports - No Replies

[Image: 2l8g03d.png]

OK, I know it's a wee bit early but the GB Curling teams have been announced for the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics, being held from 9 to 25 February.

The two teams are skipped by Eve Muirhead, who won Bronze at Sochi in 2014, and Kyle Smith, a relative newcomer who has won Bronze, Gold and then Silver at the World Juniors from 2012 until 2014.

[Image: ev4bah.jpg]
The Men's team include Eve's 2 brothers and also 2 Smith brothers. The Women's 5th member is Kelly Schafer, who lives in Canada, but like the rest is most definitely Scottish.

Print this item

  Not 6-in-arow, just 2-in-a-row? Gers' Dave King on the 'wind up?'
Posted by: 0762 - Yesterday, 22:42 - Forum: Celtic - No Replies

Reading King's recent irrelevant remarks re the Hoops' relevant 6-in-a-row, and chasing 10 Scot Premiership titles in-a-row, it's clear that he is trying to impress Gers' fans with this kinda ridiculous dialogue! Somebody should maybe remind him that his own previously named oldco footie club should have had some of it's previous league titles formally removed due to highly questionable financial activities brokered in order to 'gain an illegal advantage'! Also his comment, that Celtic's final pts gap over Rangers last season should have been bigger if Celtic was that good, 'beggars belief' esp as Celtic won the 'domestic treble'! It indicates to me that the man lacks humility and no surprise there based on his past brash behaviour! Gers' lack of any trophy winning in season 2016-17 was prob a big factor that shattered his own optimistic expectancy for that football season but that's life!

Print this item

  Josh Harrop
Posted by: themaclad - 23-06-2017, 15:45 - Forum: Preston North End - No Replies

Preston North End have agreed a deal to sign Manchester United youngster Josh Harrop when his contract expires at Old Trafford.

The 21-year-old, who was United’s top scorer at reserve team level last season, has agreed a four-year contract at Deepdale from 3rd July.
First Team News
Harrop Ready For New Challenge
Just now

The two sides have come to a significant undisclosed compensation agreement, with player turning down a new deal with the Premier League giant, but being under the age of 24, meaning they are entitled to a fee.

The Stockport-born attacking player came to the attention of supporters when he scored on his first team debut for Jose Mourinho’s side on the final day of last season, but he has ended his time with the Red Devils to join a number of former team-mates with the Lilywhites.

Speaking about the move he said: “I'm delighted to be here, it's a new start for me to get things going in my career and I'm buzzing to get playing and to make an impact in the team.

“I've got four years now at Preston North End where I know I am going to be and I am going to put everything into that and dedicated myself to do the best for the team and the best for the fans.

“Hopefully I can achieve my aims and ambitions that I have set myself by coming here and that's to get promoted with Preston North End and help the club get as high as we can.”

Manager Simon Grayson was delighted to have beaten a number of clubs to Josh’s signature, adding: “Josh is a player who has attracted a lot of interest this summer and we had to move quickly to secure his signature. He adds to our group of hungry young players who want to progress and we are looking forward to working with him and seeing him improve."

Speaking in United’s final league matchday programme of last season their reserve team boss Nicky Butt said of his then player of the year award nominee: “He’s talented, energetic and has a will to win, so he ticks a lot of boxes.”

Print this item

  1st League match of season 2017-18 - Partick Thistle at home!
Posted by: 0762 - 23-06-2017, 15:12 - Forum: Hibernian - Replies (3)

http://www.hibernianfc.co.uk/news/7617
Next season's SPFL fixtures revealed today and Hibs first game is v the Jags - IMO not a bad opening match and it will be in front of a big Hibs support at ER Stadium. I wanna see Hibs 'lay down a marker' of intent for the rest of the season and see where it takes us now we are back in the top league!

Print this item

  Summer arrivals 2017
Posted by: themaclad - 23-06-2017, 15:04 - Forum: Barnsley - No Replies

Barnsley have signed defender Liam Lindsay from Partick Thistle for an undisclosed fee.

The 21-year-old centre-back has agreed a three-year contract at Oakwell after making 42 appearances for Scottish Premiership club Thistle last season.

"He comes off the back of an exceptional season in Scotland and we believe he will kick on here," said Barnsley boss Paul Heckingbottom.

Lindsay rejected the chance to join League One club Oxford United last week.

He is Barnsley's third summer signing following the arrival of St Mirren midfielder Stevie Mallan and Southampton full-back Jason McCarthy.

Print this item

  Hello Leeds
Posted by: themaclad - 23-06-2017, 15:02 - Forum: Leeds United - No Replies

Leeds United have signed FC Twente midfielder Mateusz Klich for an undisclosed fee on a three-year deal.

The 27-year-old is the first player to join the club since Thomas Christiansen was appointed head coach last week.

The Poland international has previously had spells in his homeland and Germany.

Klich told the club website: "I'm excited to come to England and test myself in the Championship and I can't wait to get going."

Print this item

  Them poor little butt sniffers up the road
Posted by: Salopbaggie - 23-06-2017, 01:45 - Forum: West Bromwich Albion - Replies (3)

So the owners of the Dingles are being investigated by China's banking regulator over loans made to the company. Apparently a 7.1% drop in share value since the announcement, so sad. Big Grin Big Grin Big Grin Big Grin

http://www.birminghammail.co.uk/sport/fo...l-13222170

Print this item

  Afghanistan and Ireland
Posted by: themaclad - 22-06-2017, 19:50 - Forum: Cricket - Replies (5)

Have been granted Test Status, good luck to both although were Afghanistan play is open to doubt, can't see England playing at Khandahar or Kabul

Print this item

  Fixtures early doors
Posted by: themaclad - 21-06-2017, 20:13 - Forum: Preston North End - Replies (2)

Sheffield Wednesday (H)
Leeds United (A)
Derby County (A)
Reading (H)
Middlesbrough (A)
Barnsley (H)

Piss easy start, a couple of fast fading Yorkie sides, followed by a side who usually sack their manager after we draw there, so it's goodbye Rowett.
Follow that with a side who were crap in the play off final and then a side who cannot make up their mind which division they want to be in. International break then we take on Dickie Bird.

Predicted points total sod all.

Print this item

  Fixtures 2017/18
Posted by: spireitematt - 21-06-2017, 13:27 - Forum: Chesterfield - Replies (24)

Chesterfield v Grimsby Town Sat 5 Aug 15:00

EFL Cup Sheffield Wednesday v Chesterfield Tue 8 Aug 19:45

Notts County v Chesterfield Sat 12 Aug 15:00

Chesterfield v Port Vale Sat 19 Aug 15:00

Newport County v Chesterfield Sat 26 Aug 15:00

Chesterfield v Coventry City Sat 2 Sep 15:00

Crewe Alexandra v Chesterfield Sat 9 Sep 15:00

Colchester United v Chesterfield Tue 12 Sep 19:45

Chesterfield v Accrington Stanley Sat 16 Sep 15:00

Luton Town v Chesterfield Sat 23 Sep 15:00

Chesterfield v Yeovil Town Tue 26 Sep 19:45

Chesterfield v Cheltenham Town Sat 30 Sep 15:00

Lincoln City v Chesterfield Sat 7 Oct 15:00

Chesterfield v Morecambe Sat 14 Oct 15:00

Crawley Town v Chesterfield Tue 17 Oct 19:45

Cambridge United v Chesterfield Sat 21 Oct 15:00

Chesterfield v Carlisle United Sat 28 Oct 15:00

Swindon Town v Chesterfield Sat 11 Nov 15:00

Chesterfield v Exeter City Sat 18 Nov 15:00

Chesterfield v Forest Green Rovers Tue 21 Nov 19:45

Mansfield Town v Chesterfield Sat 25 Nov 15:00

Chesterfield v Barnet Sat 9 Dec 15:00

Wycombe Wanderers v Chesterfield Sat 16 Dec 15:00

Stevenage v Chesterfield Sat 23 Dec 15:00

Chesterfield v Crewe Alexandra Tue 26 Dec 15:00

Chesterfield v Colchester United Sat 30 Dec 15:00

Coventry City v Chesterfield Mon 1 Jan 15:00

Accrington Stanley v Chesterfield Sat 6 Jan 15:00

Chesterfield v Luton Town Sat 13 Jan 15:00

Yeovil Town v Chesterfield Sat 20 Jan 15:00

Chesterfield v Stevenage Sat 27 Jan 15:00

Chesterfield v Crawley Town Sat 3 Feb 15:00

Morecambe v Chesterfield Sat 10 Feb 15:00

Chesterfield v Cambridge United Tue 13 Feb 19:45

Carlisle United v Chesterfield Sat 17 Feb 15:00

Chesterfield v Swindon Town Sat 24 Feb 15:00

Exeter City v Chesterfield Sat 3 Mar 15:00

Chesterfield v Lincoln City Sat 10 Mar 15:00

Cheltenham Town v Chesterfield Sat 17 Mar 15:00

Chesterfield v Notts County Sat 24 Mar 15:00

Port Vale v Chesterfield Sat 31 Mar 15:00

Chesterfield v Newport County Mon 2 Apr 15:00

Grimsby Town v Chesterfield Sat 7 Apr 15:00

Chesterfield v Mansfield Town Sat 14 Apr 15:00

Forest Green Rovers v Chesterfield Sat 21 Apr 15:00

Chesterfield v Wycombe Wanderers Sat 28 Apr 15:00

Barnet v Chesterfield Sat 5 May 15:00

Print this item