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jenga last won the day on December 25 2015

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  1. jenga

    Glasgow 2019 Onwards

    so how many promotions were sent home today ?
  2. aye , ,we are doomed i say , doomed . (joke, tic, banter and craic )
  3. jenga

    Glasgow 2019 Onwards

    they will never grasp that one .
  4. jenga

    berwick bandits 2019

    its only the first day , be lucky if anyone has turned up yet ! maybe all budgie stranglers .
  5. jenga

    Glasgow 2019 Onwards

    championship clubs need to freeze the big earners out of their league and into the so called top league only to survive . gone are the days of jumping ship to another club because that club pays more .look around every town , city and see how many shops etc are closing because the cant afford to keep staff and the increases in certain set out debits out of their profits . get real and bite the bullet, shake a leg , man up , accept the facts and even strangle the budgie !
  6. i voted for ricky wells as the rider of the year in a previous post. so dont count this again . got to admit as a wucky supporter , rasser would have been my choice .. ,but dont want to be too bias . but ricky was always reliable (apart from when he was excluded for not being ready to race against worky in ht 15) . in fact , i could have filled the whole board up with workington riders !
  7. jenga

    Glasgow 2019 Onwards

    it could be that there are a few more clubs hiding their financial problems from others , inc the bspa etc . clubs like my own are struggling to get to the tapes in 2019 . lakeside .newcastle and a few more may not enter the league . its time to shove ALL the big lads up a league and not allow them back . time ti stick together , promoter wise and not sign any big names . what do you want to do . sign a big name and see your team go down the pan while the big names milks the lower leagues ? thses are our clubs . we cant support them any more than what we are already doing. so big names must not be signed . i would rather see a team like workington built last season than see 1 man milk it and still be in a job the following year , while we are stuck with Saturday night tv . so come on promoters . stop signing the likes of nicholls,cook morris and co and give British speedway a chance . its your choice . use it or lose it . sorry for hijacking the thread , but it seems to be the correct thread to put it on .J long live the tiggers and the cornets !
  8. jenga

    Glasgow 2019 Onwards

    just wondering if allied vehicles are in any way connected to allied home care that is on its way out or is it just a case of having a similar name on the mobility side ? hope its not ....
  9. jenga

    Ipswich 2019

    big signings dont win you the league ! strength in depth does .
  10. jenga

    Glasgow 2019 Onwards

    thats not great news for all that attend speedway meetings. .. not good times for everyone .
  11. jenga

    Workington 2019

    i will put a bet on it . you can pay me in 50yrs time . lol.
  12. jenga

    Workington 2019

    as robbie williams said. youre the 1 ..
  13. jenga

    Workington 2019

    i have a good few hundred litres of paint they can use . its sorta redish . well pink really .
  14. jenga

    Workington 2019

    council tax payers !
  15. jenga

    Workington 2019

    the rugby and the football clubs are signing a 50 year lease for the use of the stadium . definition of a lease is .. if you sign, you pay for it . even if you dont use it . if the footy or rugby pull out , they still have to pay their side of the lease . ( wonga ) for the remaining years of the lease .

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