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    I usually stick a tonne on Brighton to get raped but after their exertions last night in Europa league can't see the Arse sticking it up Brightons arse by more than one goal so for me the value is on Brighton +1 this week. 

    Well you were doing really well with your first post, but you've gone back to your old self on the second one. Your homophobic smut seems only to be reserved for Brighton and no other club. There is no mention of it in your Leicester write up.

    I followed Brighton for 17 years whilst I lived in Sussex, and I can tell you, all the homophobic innuendo just gets boring. There is no room for racism, homophobia or bullying on here. Banter is fine, but keep it respectful. 

    If it carries on, then I will be off.

    Over to you Mods.......

  2. @Darran

    im another one who reads your posts but doesn't post much himself.

    Im gonna follow a bit more seriously from now on. I've been watching Torquay since January, so I am taking a keen interest in the Non League scene now.

    My 34/1 Torquay to win the title came in too. Best bet I've ever had! Plymouth are rumoured to be after GJ at the moment. I think he will stay here tho. His rapport with the supporters is amazing. I'm getting a ST here next season, so will be able to offer more of an insight during the season.

    well done on another great season

  3. 15 hours ago, betcatalog said:

    The Champions League is good for Tottenham Hotspur, but in the Premier League the four is still open and there is a lot of consolation among several teams. Against today he has Brighton and has the chance to return to victories after Saturday's defeat at derby against Manchester City by 1-0. The Londoners can go to match the match and get a lot of goals
    TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR vs BRIGHTON & HOVE ALBION @@ +2.50 Over, odd 1.70

    I think it will be more of the same, as in the Wolves game. Brighton will go and look to preserve the point they start with. It will be 11 players defending for 90 minutes. U2.5 for me, or BTTS NO.

  4. On 4/21/2019 at 11:30 PM, skyblues88 said:

    You're right there!! Our city has a perfectly good stadium that we might not be able to play at! 

    Our stadium is owned by London Wasps Rugby Team. Our owners (Sisu) are pursuing legal action against the Council claiming the Council sold the stadium to Wasps for about £30 million less than what it's worth. Last week Sisu lost their appeal in the Supreme Court against the original court decision. 

    Wow, I didn't realise that. Sounds like someone has messed up. But you sold your ground to (I presume) the council, and had an agreement to play at the RICOH? It's abysmal how clubs are treated by councils, when a sports club should be the centre of the community. Keep us posted & good luck. I think they've had a great season under the circumstances.

  5. 2 hours ago, Jammycnut said:

    Tiffy I have just seen you are from Brighton. And a fan, I assume.

    What are the chances of Brighton getting bummed off the park in tonights game?

    I was a STH at the Amex for 6 seasons & have followed Brighton for about 17 years. I have just moved to Devon, so haven't seen them live since Dec.

    I don't think they will get thrashed by Cardiff. The players should respond to the horror show at the weekend. For Cardiff it's a must win, for Brighton a mustn't lose. Gross and March should be back, which should mean a more attacking intent. I'm hoping for a Brighton win, but not very confident.


  6. @StevieDay1983

    Good write up mate. Yes Gross and March are  back in contention, & boy do we need them!

    i have no idea if it's going to be a tetchy, nervy affair, or whether both teams just have to go for it.  Vincent Tan sent a nice message through Talk Sport this morning, shows that he (as you said before) has become more in tune with the ethos over here.

    Good luck tonight, let's see how it pans out:gimme

  7. @StevieDay1983 What are you making of the game tmrw? I think that it is Brighton's to lose, and Cardiff have nothing to lose! The performance on Saturday was very unusual and if they don't show a reaction tmrw then we are right in the mix up. As soon as we reached Wembley, I had visions of a repeat of 1983, which now look a possibility.

    The problem for Brighton is that they simply don't score enough goals. If this addressed soon, then I can see relegation happening next season if not this one.

    i think Cardiff will feel they have some chance of reeling Brighton in, so will be going for it from the off. I just hope that Brighton get back to their best, cos anything less will make it easier for your boys.

    on a lighter note, I was at Torquay on Saturday to see them clinch the title.I had a tenner e/w at 34/1 on them winning the title, so will be buying a season ticket with my winnings. Looking forward to watching a season of Conference National next season. 

  8. On 4/5/2019 at 12:59 PM, Darran said:

    Back to form with a bang during the week with two big price winners thanks to Barnet and Blyth. Just the 4 bets for me on Grand National Day.

    Dover v Chesterfield

    Dover nearly beat Solihull last week which was obviously a good effort although Solihull did have 10 men. That made it 4 games unbeaten which has seen them go clear of the relegation zone, but I do think the away side are over priced to win this. They have won 6 of their last 10 games including their last 3 and they are looking a much improved side from the one that kept drawing under Martin Allen. They are the better team for me so 11/5 is too big.

    Maidenhead v Barnet

    Going to stick with Barnet after their superb win on Tuesday night. It was another clean sheet as well and although Maidenhead aren't in bad form and have won their last 2, but this match is tougher and given how strongly Barnet are finishing the season they rate value to get another win.

    Woking v Torquay

    This was looking like it was going to decide where the title was going in National League South, but as I always suspected Torquay are looking like they are going to be too strong for Woking. Woking have to win this if they are going to have any shout of winning the title and even then Torquay would still have the upper hand. Woking haven't looked great in recent weeks having picked up just 2 points in their last 3 games which has seen them drop 7 points behind Torquay with just 5 games to go. Torquay are looking different class to the rest of the league at the moment and I think they will be looking to make a statement here against a Woking side who have to go for it. I think they are worth a play at 6/4 with Betfred.

    Bishops Stortford v Margate

    The last team to beat Margate was champions elect Dorking and that was 10 games ago. As I have mentioned on here a few times in recent weeks they have been really good since Jay Saunders took over as manager and although Stortford have won 3 on the bounce after having a tricky spell with no win in 6 there is no way Maragte should be as big as they are to get another win on the board.

    Chesterfield 1pt @ 11/5 with William Hill and BetVictor

    Barnet 1pt @ 39/20 with Marathon

    Torquay 1pt @ 6/4 with Betfred

    Margate 1pt @ 13/5 with BetVictor


    Gary Johnson blamed tired legs after Tuesdays game, for the lacklustre pergormance on Saturday.  But they showed great character to come back from 3-1 down to snatch a draw. There should be a bumper crowd roaring them on against Eastbourne, and with a full weeks rest, they should comfortably get the job done.


  9. 11 hours ago, StevieDay1983 said:

    Well, both of our sides have given decent accounts of ourselves against City over the past week! Unlucky on going out. Hope you have enjoyed the experience and continue to do so tonight. Try to leave London in one piece! :beer

    Cheers mate. Yes, me and my son had a great day in London. We walked along the south bank, had  some great pie & mash at Borough Market and a few halves along the way!

    I am glad that everyone's "safe" betting strategy on over 2.5 goals and a Brighton "bumming" never happened. i never thought it would to be fair, and had a small wager on them to win at 21/1 & to qualify at 12/1.

    Great atmosphere from the Brighton end, and a solid performance from us. Very proud of the team, and it wasn't the thrashing that everyone thought it would be. We are good defensively, our problem is at the other other end. I think it may cost us next season.

    There is now the small matter of a huge game coming up against your mob, in what will now be a crucial 6 pointer!

  10. 5 hours ago, betcatalog said:

    However, we will be supporting Leicester, which has been in excellent condition since Breden Rogers took over, and is currently being tested at the headquarters of the Huddersfield

    On paper, it looks like an away win here, I agree. But there is always danger once a team has been relegated, and the pressure is suddenly off. It's not a game I will be touching, and will be interesting to see how Huddersfield perform here.

    Good luck

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