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  1. Bagpuss

    Poole v Ipswich. Prem. 18th July 2019

    You seem to come out with this stuff every time riders who don’t get on end up in the same team but you’d like to think that everybody could grow up and be mature for one night to try and achieve a common goal.
  2. Bagpuss

    Peterborough Panthers 2019

    I just can’t fathom why anyone would want to make the inside line at one of the best speedway tracks around so grippy thus turning it into a one liner. Baffling.
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    Thank u Buster

    Great combo
  4. Has the track been like this all season? If so Buster has ruined it I’m afraid. The only decent TV meetings from the UK this year have been from Belle Vue, everywhere else has been rubbish so far unfortunately.
  5. Bagpuss

    Plymouth v Kent 5th

    You only have to read some of Phillips’ comments on the Plymouth forum to understand how he treats his customers. Little wonder he and they are struggling really.
  6. I can think of a few cup finals where that wouldn’t have been a bad thing
  7. Reading between the lines he thinks he should have been in the team but based on his Championship scores over the last 2-3 seasons I’d disagree with him.
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    Kings Lynn 2019

    You would imagine if Jorgensen is off it’s in part due to his dodgy shoulder.
  9. Absolutely, the experience that the three youngest ones gained last night will be invaluable. Kemp & Flint have five more years in this age group and Bickley four so you’d like to think that by 2023 they will form the nucleus of a strong team in this event. There were others who could have been chosen last night who arguably won’t get much better judging by their club form so in the long run using the three younger lads will probably pay dividends. As ever though they need exposure to foreign tracks as much as possible over the next few years however that can be achieved.
  10. Absolutely spot on as ever HT. Couldn’t come and find you unfortunately as we sat in the home straight stand in the end and shot off after heat 20.
  11. Sorry if I’ve missed it somewhere but where is Smolinski?
  12. Really enjoyed that, after a processional first couple of rounds the racing was excellent once the Danes and Aussies got a bit more dialled in. Poland in a different league as a unit but Lambert was untouchable after heat one. Flint rode very well in his one heat, perhaps ought to have had a couple more races .
  13. Kemp was indeed properly involved in that one, he has great track craft but lacks a bit of speed but that will come, only sixteen after all. The dirt was just a bit too wide for Bewley in heat twelve, needed to get under Smektala somewhere along the line.
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