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  1. WIGGY - The Truth at Last!

    Finally, after intensive investigation and hours of late night research, I can reveal the truth about wiggy: And it is all HERE The most significant finding is this: If only we had known, we could have treated wiggy with the respect that belongs by right only to those who are Completely...
  2. Question for the music heads

    I loved the first album and found it provocative, emotional and thoroughly enjoyed it. Then the second album came - again full of good tunes but nothing had changed, no new direction, production or styistic changes. Then the third album...... No significant movement in any new direction...
  3. The soundtrack of your life

    So with all this talk of the Arctic Monkeys being the sound of a generation, post the significant songs here that have soundtracked your own life. For me... Depeche Mode - New Life The Jam - Going Underground Madness - Our House The sound of growing up in Basildon in the late 70s/early 80s...
  4. To all the 'big clubs'

    I wish on behalf of Southend Utd and I to sincerely and whole heartedly apologise for ruining all the 'bigger clubs' seasons and cheekily sitting atop the league with a little over a third of the season left, we realise that as an unfashionable 'smaller' club we should be...
  5. DTS

    Most hated opponent.

    I have two players I have really hated over the years both are totally insignificant to the bulk of football supporters but I detested them. 1) Nathan Abbey - Played against us in the cup game vs Chesterfield and really over celebrated against away end when the scored. Didnt seem quite so...
  6. southend4ever

    Can you Help?

    "In the future, the most significant challenges that will confront organisations will come from their environments. Discuss and give reasons why you agree or disagree with the statement." This is my coursework title due in for Thursday, I have some ideas. Anyone got any relevant info...
  7. Mark Salter

    SALTER STRIKES SEE ROBINS CLOSE GAP Former Southend United striker Mark Salter netted a quick-fire brace in the second period to hand the Robins another important three points. The result at Mill Road on Saturday was made even more significant by the fact that leaders Bideford drew 0-0 at home...
  8. Interesting...

    Heard today that the proposed take over of West Ham is being Ghost Funded by a ruthless russian Tycoon who once dabbled in business with Abramovich. However, things didnt go smoothly and Abramovich cheated this Russian out of a deal equating to 100's of millions of dollars, leaving the guy...
  9. sufcintheprem

    Jackson wins Manager of the Month

    Probably has been put in another thread on League 1 or something. The significant thing for me while reading it was that the only points they have dropped since day one are against us. Thought they looked good but not that good! If they're the best in the division, I shouldn't...
  10. fbm

    It's NOT Greenacre...

    Chris Greenacre has priced himself out of a move. No other significant news to report.
  11. Comprehensive

    Southend v Northampton CHAMPIONSHIP PLAY OFF Semi-final Second Leg Roots Hall Saturday, 21 May Kick-off: 1815 BST BBC Radio Five Live -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Southend are without striker Tes Bramble for this second leg play-off tie...
  12. shrimperman

    FOA: a weatherman!

    Whilst I was outside having a quick cigarette i noticed something. Every time I light a cigarette i have to face east to prevent the wind blowing out the blame of my lighter. So the question is... does the wind always blow from the west becasue when I watch the weather reports it appears the...
  13. BoyWonder2

    Just Got Sent This Via Email

    The questions below about Australia, are from potential visitors. They were posted on an Australian Tourism Website and the answers are the actual responses by the website officials, who obviously have a sense of humour. Q: Does it ever get windy in Australia? I have never seen it rain on TV...
  14. Away following for Northampton

    The official website is carrying a story that says we are now taking over 1,000 fans to Northampton tomorrow. Can I just say that is a magnificient effort from everyone. We all should be proud that we've made a significant contribution to the teams' fortune on the pitch this season and...
  15. Hockley_Blues

    Chelski make record losses

    Courtesy of BBC Sport. If and when Abramovich leaves, I can seriously see them doing a Leeds.
  16. sufcintheprem

    Freddy Shepherd

    On the BBC there is an article with excerpts from Freddy Shepherd's comments on the future of professional football in England. How can someone in his position be so damn ignorant? The long and the short of what he's said is that there is no future for 92 professional teams because the...
  17. sufcintheprem

    Freddy Shepherd

    On the BBC there is an article with excerpts from Freddy Shepherd's comments on the future of professional football in England. How can someone in his position be so damn ignorant? The long and the short of what he's said is that there is no future for 92 professional teams because the...
  18. At Last - Some Sanity In Football

    A very small gesture, perhaps, but the first semblence of common sense seems to be prevailing in the upper echelons of English football. From Saturday's Times Sunderland players put club over wages By George Caulkin THE entire Sunderland first-team squad have turned down cash that was due...
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