We may do...my next door neighbours follow the same team as you...we get on surprisingly well and have some interesting, socially distanced, conversations over the fence!We may disagree over our teams Greenacres, but I have to agree with your views on Chippys.
I'm now bloody starving as well just thinking about one.
Yeah it's been finished 10 years now. Although there is still scaffolding in the corner and steelworks. Which at this point is just staying like that.we did 5 and it seemed a eternity. Wrexham went down with us so i do feel their pain, but yeah amazing you’ve been down there that long.
Did you ever get round to finishing the work on that last stand?
Looking at the non-league picture, Sutton would be welcome - a comparable club to ourselves, one of the only decent teams we faced last season and can't see us competing for the same players.
Notts County fans (not necessarily the ones on here) were a bunch of entitled pricks all last season, and even more so when we pinched their rightful place in L2. They can stay down a while longer.
Chesterfield don't seem to have endeared themselves to anyone in recent years (although the Martin Allen months were hilarious). They've been using shady tactics to pinch players (mainly from Gloucester), and some of their posters think the sun shines out of their new manager's arse. Keep em down.
Stockport and Wrexham would spend like mad and no doubt dominate, so it's only Torquay or Hartlepool that would be acceptable of the rest.
This is very bad news.word had it the chippy had gone
Can't compare any others to the away end one. The gravy was on a different level.Conflicting messages, there must be more than one chippy in Rochdale...I'm a bit partial to fish and chips post match, to fortify me for a long journey home. Once got on a train at York after visiting a great chippy, train was full and it must have been mental torture for the other passengers...thought I was going mugged for my dinner!
Who puts gravy on chips...bloody heathens!This is very bad news.
Can't compare any others to the away end one. The gravy was on a different level.
Can’t we be pals again since Ian Evatt left anyway?
I am keen for another trip to your place soon. Last time the world felt normal (!).
Who puts gravy on chips...bloody heathens!
(I think I might have just unleashed a north versus south debate...red sauce or brown sauce, that sort of thing...as for mashed up peas, some might call them mushy, no thanks!)
No it’s the other way around. It’s heathens who don’t put gravy on chips.
Next time your up north try fish chips mushy peas and curry or gravy. You won’t regret it!
I must stress, the Notts fans on here are mostly fine! But god, the forum and the gobby lot on Twitter - where do you get them from???
Wasn't that the last match before everything was called off? It honestly feels like years ago now.
that was our last match in the National League - although i seam to remember Notts played about 3 more and spread covid around the country....Our last away match. Just a great day out, managed to spend the entire first half hiding from the wind in that shack/bar in the away end when apparently we got battered, emerged for the second half just to see Quigley twat our ‘keeper in the face and turn the game. Looked like being a proper title race at that point, good times.
Sure about three of our group got Covid from that trip, mind. Funny thinking back, pubs were absolutely rammed, players leaping into the crowd when we scored. Fortnight later the country’s shut down and Barrow was the first hotspot.
that was our last match in the National League - although i seam to remember Notts played about 3 more and spread covid around the country....
Notts fans on the forums are like most fans - if you go on giving it the "big I am" then they'll hound you out - but if you go on and talk football respectfully with a bit of banter thrown in they were fine - by the time our promotion got confirmed they were even wishing us well on their 2 main forums and saying we deserved to go up. I think it helped that we were not a local historical rival team though.
Yeah, that chippy is pretty good and used it a few times.Not many people know it but there's a really good chippy just ul from vales ground 2nd turning on the right past the ground may Street chippy its called. The chippy at crewe is really nice but queue is a mile long when we go there.
Thats it, the Gravy does not make your chips soggy......Ketchup is for burgers and Hot dogs onlyI’m not having gravy on chips being acceptable, my dad didn’t grow up down a coal mine....! No but honestly, who wants soggy chips? A bit of ketchup on one side for dunking them in and a bit of salt does it for me.