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Roll up, roll up.

In his post match today, I'm going for...

- Distance travelled
- Referee
- Covid
- Dark Arts
- Injuries
- I'm not allowed to make excuses
- Nobody has had "it" worse than us
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Roll up, roll up.

In his post match today, I'm going for...

- Distance travelled
- Referee
- Covid
- Dark Arts
- Injuries
- I'm not allowed to make excuses
- Nobody has had "it" worse than us


According to the club that simply isn’t true...
  1. 01-05-2021 15:30
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Who cares whether it's true or not?

It's not "Beech lie bingo" it's "Beech excuse bingo", get with the spirit of the game man.

:)
  1. 01-05-2021 15:33
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- I'm not allowed to make excuses

This will probably get a trot out around the time he gets a bit under the cosh - 'Lummy knows don't you Lummy' should also be an option.
  1. 01-05-2021 15:37
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Discrepancies
  1. 01-05-2021 15:38
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Ha ha piglet good one lol ur always having a dig at beech .when the board in particular John nixon is holding us back and pattinson and jenkins
  1. 01-05-2021 15:45
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Nixon & Jenkins bingo would be the most boring game in the world.

There's potential for Pattison bingo mind you, although that takes place in the car park behind the main stand every week.
  1. 01-05-2021 16:08
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Nixon & Jenkins bingo would be the most boring game in the world.

There's potential for Pattison bingo mind you, although that takes place in the car park behind the main stand every week.

Sadly the “Back of the B stand boxing cup” is on hold until all challengers are allowed back into the arena. Boris did not seem to think this was an organised enough sport, as disappointing as it may seem.
  1. 01-05-2021 17:56
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See - I told you that he would ratch for Lummy at one point, very telling that Lummy has deserted him on this the last couple of weeks and it is a bit of an Alan Partridge moment for Beech.

Some of the interview sounded like an argument with the missus - all good mood today and Beech said that we should put the covid thing to bed, but we know that he doesn't mean it and when we get beat next time and he is in a foul mood he will drag it back up all over again.
  1. 01-05-2021 18:46
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I found Beech’s comments irritating tonight particularly after listening to the Barrow manager being so open and making no complaints or excuses.
  1. 01-05-2021 18:49
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I found Beech’s comments irritating tonight particularly after listening to the Barrow manager being so open and making no complaints or excuses.


He is a bit of a bullshitter that’s for sure.
  1. 01-05-2021 19:49
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I found Beech’s comments irritating tonight particularly after listening to the Barrow manager being so open and making no complaints or excuses.


Well go and support Barrow then GOODBYE ??????
  1. 01-05-2021 20:37
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Well go and support Barrow then GOODBYE ??????


Did I say that?
Do one
  1. 01-05-2021 20:56
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I thought Chris Beech’s was good (you tube) as I say if you like what the Barrow manager was saying there is a train leaves Carlisle every Saturday morning (I’ll wave at you as you pass Wigton)
  1. 01-05-2021 21:05
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Good? It was a load of bollocks.
  1. 01-05-2021 21:11
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I didn't hear it im gonna look at the positives a win even though we had nowt to play for the players showed good fighting spirit. It doesn't help having owners and hangers on holding the club back from going out of league two because they don't want to lose their cushy efl job or a chairman' who keeps getting praised for keeping the club afloat but every year he's been their they've not went up
  1. 01-05-2021 21:19
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I thought Chris Beech’s was good (you tube) as I say if you like what the Barrow manager was saying there is a train leaves Carlisle every Saturday morning (I’ll wave at you as you pass Wigton)


So I think one person spoke well the other didn’t. So in your world I should support another team. Where I live I wouldn’t pass through Wigton fortunately.
Can you be more stupid.

Probably yes.
  1. 01-05-2021 21:45
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Think the season can't come to an end quickly enough.
Whatever you think of Mr Beech (I'm pro) it seems to me that the second half of the season has been a bit of a strain for all.
Bit of rest, reflection, reset then go again next season.
Hopefully with two or three key additions.
  1. 01-05-2021 21:54
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You’ve been touched by the mediocrity bullshit virus that pervades the club.

‘We’ll get by’

‘If someone comes along...’

‘We have a billionaire’

‘This is a stepping stone’

‘I would be a rich man if I hadn’t put so much into the club..’

Looking from the outside, it amounts to more of the same underachievement

  1. 01-05-2021 22:04
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Beech 1 Piglet 0

Today's excuse, used before but overlooked by yours truly today: - the pitch.

Apparently we're such a fine footballing side our intricate passing and fluid movement suffers as a result of "northern" pitches. The reason for our improved performance over the past two games (according to Beech) is it's warmer down south and thus the pitches at Cheltenham and "in London" are better quality.

That's a bit of a slap in the face for our Groundsman and team, but Beech knows best obviously.

His suggestion to level the playing field? "Lamps".

PS - the most entertaining bit of the YouTube post match is when Beech loses track of the question as he's distracted by naked men.
  1. 02-05-2021 00:19
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We have lamps!

(And a shopping trolley!)

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Does the shopping trolley have special powers?
  1. 02-05-2021 07:51
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Sorry for my absence from the forum recently, I’ve only just composed myself after Tuesdays Beech’s post match performance, er I mean interview. Been rolling on the floor for a few days, my sides were hurting so much!!

‘We’ve had it worse than any team in the EFL’ or words to that effect. Wow just wow.

Also yesterday’s narcissistic masterclass just set me off again. He is absolute chocolate that bloke. He loves and rates himself so much he’d eat his own arm.

Wow Just wow.
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