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yarklad

Member since Nov 2012 • Last active Feb 2016
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    At least he has his girlfriend for morale support.

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    The key one for me is missing.. The perfect time to start a length is never when someone else in the same lane is about to complete one next to you. It's not tag team deal. Drives me nuts and x 10 if the other person has just got in the pool and is already only 2 lengths away from taking their first stand against the wall break.

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    Post possession dominance, controlling the space between threads. Yeah, sounds about right. Might be higher.

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    Only an ostrich could think Person is not good enough for Derby.

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    I think my money would be on the fav in that case.

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    Ian Ayre cancelled his Ticket price Q&A session later. Busy working on new price increase structure so top ticket is now with £89 to prevent the team losing too many points during the staged walkouts.

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    What are the 40 MPG that people are measuring these windy gusts in?

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    74 Year old driver Jailed for 5 years in Yorkshire for Killing Motorcyclist.

    Did he get Jail because he is 4 years younger or is it because the other guy was riding a bike with motor so he had also paid road tax..?

    yorkpress.co.uk/news/14209187­.Crash_driver_who_killed_dad_of_3_is_jai­led_for_5_years/

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    In Northampton's case the Council was much more accommodating, they handed over £10M quid no questions asked.

    Kit Kat crescent deal was only for a couple of years, so we are still in the same ground it's just back to being called Bootham Crescent. It's pretty grim though, away fans were pissing on sandbags against a a wall until about 1995.

    The 'peppercorn' Rent should be proportionate to give some ROI to the tax payers. If WHU generate £750k - £1M per home game it leaves them with almost £20m profit from the deal every year. That's a hardly a level playing field for other clubs who pay their own way.

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    In contrast to WHU and their stadium 500M free stadium (or whatever). York city have been waiting about 12 years for a stadium to be built. We've come close, having plans for a Stadium to be built alongside a John Lewis and M&S in a new out of town development some years ago. Due to some planning wrangles though, the shopping centers were built but not stadium.

    Years later an alternative site was found, plans submitted, an old stadium is demolished and weeks before work is due to start the project manager quits after 7 years in the role and the council go all quiet.

    Reading the below article below, looking at what the local councils have to say and then looking at the pictures. After despair I just had to lol thinking that maybe David Icke is actually on to something. Janet Looker, take a bow.

    Long story short, WHU are so fricking lucky it't untrue.

    yorkpress.co.uk/news/14241330­.STADIUMKey_meeting_is_postponedsparking_fears_of_yet_more_delays/

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