As such you may experience downtime and errors over the next few hours. Nothing to worry about (unless i proper break it all!)
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I don't think Ian would leave for a club in the same league, irrespective of the other clubs reputation, it would still be a side ward step, and dare I say it, he's not done anything as a manager in the EFL, when we have a great season in the 20/21 season which I believe we will, I'll be expecting a...
In terms of the starting team Platt and White need replacing obviously, possibly Brough as well. As would Taylor if we went up. Desperate for another striker to cover Quigs/Dior What`s wrong with Brough please explain I like Broughy at centre half, he's still young and got a lot of learning to do b...
- Sun May 03, 2020 10:09 am
- Forum: Barrow AFC
- Topic: Dave Bayliss on BBC Radio Cumbria
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For the benefit of anybody reading this thread who is Barrow through and through but simply too young to have any recollection of Brian's contributions to Barrow as a player or, later, as a player-manager, allow me to draw something of a parallel to explain why he means so much to Barrow fans of a ...
- Sat Apr 04, 2020 2:18 pm
- Forum: Barrow AFC
- Topic: FA Meeting with National League Senior Officials
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They would still normally play the play off fixtures, irrespective of whose finished top of the league, so the team who finished 6th could still of been crowned champions of Belgium, that's what I was getting at. And yeah we don't use that format, but it's the fact that they have made that decision...
Their league goes to a playoff of the top six to then crown a champion, similar to the super league in Rugby league Yeah, but at this stage it's more or less a complete picture because they've played each other twice. They would still normally play the play off fixtures, irrespective of whose finis...
A precedent has now been set, someone had to be the first