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  1. DoDTS

    A few tips on predicting

    I thought a few facts might help towards successful predicting, or perhaps not. :nope: Firstly as true Southend fans we are taught from the beginning of our supporting careers, that Southend are world beaters and that Col Ewe are the worst club in the country. Hence predicting is easy Southend...
  2. Pathetic Shooting Practise At Training.

    Shooting practise with the forwards needs a total change in my opinion, and there currently should be more time spent on it. They are rolled a ball and they try and beat the keeper. Dave Penney normally does shooting practise. There is no instruction from a former deadly striker about balance...
  3. pickledseal

    Teaching RE

    I'm ready for the banter, and have no problem with it at all, but think that this article is very interesting regarding the place of RE in our schools: http://www.tes.co.uk/article.aspx?storycode=6417096 It begins: And it goes on... I think a few on here need to really take stock of that...
  4. Question Ticket plea

    Couldn't go to the game tomorrow as I was supposed to be away this weekend. Details unimportant , but now not going away and in need of a ticket ! Been to almost all home games this season so totally gutted ( Tilly taught me that ) to be missing this one. I know it's a long shot at this late...
  5. Kent Shrimper

    Memory Lane 6 Years a go today Freddy taught the Mancs a lesson

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jFysv6je59M&feature=youtu.be
  6. terry

    Harry's Eulogy

    In answer to those of you that wanted a copy of the eulogy that I gave for Harry at his funeral, here it is. Harry's Eulogy For those of you who don’t know me, my name is Terry and Malcolm had worked for me for the past seven years. During that time, I grew to know him very well both as a...
  7. Sean

    Tika taka footy for kids

    Hi, i run a team of eight-year olds in a 7-a-side league. After watching years of Spanish style football take over the world nationally and Barcelona at club level, i have decided i want to teach my kids this style. For the past 4 months we have worked on simple passing and control, our first...
  8. Can a footballer learn to control anger?

    Or for that matter can any human being learn to control anger? Well the simple answer is yes we can learn to control anger. But in general anger cannot be managed simply by someone trying harder next time to avoid getting angry (as some seem to think). I have never heard of footballers...
  9. BLUEBLOOD

    Memory Lane It was 20 years ago today ...

    ... David Webb he taught his boys to play A scuffed cross from Ansah which fell perfectly for Ian Benjamin, "a shimmy and a shot" ... cue one of THE biggest mentals i've ever been part of on a football terrace HAPPY ANNIVERSARY ONE AND ALL !!!!!!
  10. Blue_Wes

    Topless Teachers: Not at my school

    Reading this in the Standard this week. I guess that's what they pay all their tuition fees for, so they don't get fat ugly grammar school teachers teaching them. Being taught by her is almost worth 30k on it's own, nevermind getting an education...
  11. Gary Neville

    Couldn't put it better myself Oliver Kay On Thursday 3rd February 2011, @OliverKayTimes said: A 1,000-word tweet dedicated to Gary Neville, the great overachiever ... There was, it is fair to say, a lively response last night when, in tribute to Gary Neville, I called him "one of world...
  12. Benfleet A1

    Bullies and Bullying

    Now bare with me good readers, this is going somewhere but I want to give it some background first. When I was a kid I was bullied, bad. My first taste of it was at the grand old age of 4 years old at nursery school where a phycotic 5 year old used to attack the entire fraturnity. He would rip...
  13. Vange Shrimper

    Teacher Training Days...

    are well boring. I'm the only one from my department to turn up today, ive listened to students who have been whinging about the other 2 not turning up today and how pants they are and given train directions to 2 students who are off to Gillingham on Monday. And I havent been taught anything...
  14. Rob Noxious

    'The Road To Binfield Pier'

    Me and The Captain have been discussing a homage to Orwell's 'The Road To Wigan Pier' with some contemporary musings on the state of the nation today, based on our social encounters and exchanges with our public. To set the scene for this one, I wish to tell you how The Captain once taught your...
  15. Personal Statement

    I am looking to do a course in Computer Games Programming and need some help with my personal statement. Here it is at the moment : Thanks in advance :)
  16. Benfleet A1

    Working For a ***** Company

    As some of you will know, I work for a Rescue & Recovery Company which is not your average 9-5 sort of job. Most though not all who do this job expect long hours, all weather conditions and sometimes, the very real risk of serious injury or even death. It's the nature of the job (considered in...
  17. Slipperduke

    Wenger's Bar

    I'm afraid I won't be writing a column this week, or indeed ever again. Yep, I'm hanging up my presspass and shutting my laptop for the final time. I'm off to France, you see. Arsene Wenger's assertion that he learned everything he needed to know about football in a pub gave me food for thought...
  18. Mad people you have/are dating/married to.

    The mighty shrimpers thread got me thinking of a old flame that was a real life honey nut loop.She came from a well to do family and lived in a big house and i was a council house scumbag that would never ever be good enough for her in the eyes of her father. I dated her for a long 4 years until...
  19. Average Men do Well in the USA

    I got back from my travels this morning, sampling the best of what the USA has to offer. If ithere's one thing I've learned, is that men must travel there in thousands just to pick up women... The levels of over-achievement going on is stupid. All I seemed to see was your average run of the...
  20. Slipperduke

    Terry's Disingenuous Pledge

    If you ever wanted to capture the essence of modern football in just one page, you could do a lot worse than paying a visit to Chelsea's website. Here, behind the splash of adverts for a new kit that looks more like a women's cycling top than a football jersey, you will find John Terry's...
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