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Aviator last won the day on July 5 2019

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  1. Aviator

    Poole 2020

    Or was it after the costs of the 2018 P... Up to the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix were taken into account???
  2. Bet they won’t waste money on a big P... U. taking Tom, Dick and Harry to the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix though...
  3. Aviator

    Poole 2020

    Poole, sadly, are no longer geared up for the top league. When income and sponsorship was on a high, it was wasted. We are now facing a dilemma and, to move to a much larger league (not made up of superstars) might just give us better speedway on a more regular basis. Hopefully the idiots at the “top” will also put an end of September end date on the season and give us a break that drives the season back into the spring and summer, instead of this autumn rubbish that they currently dish up!!!
  4. To be honest I don’t have much time for him either. The catalyst for his riding skills was Darcy Ward. Once DW was out of the equation, Noddy was sadly doomed.
  5. My comment was very light hearted. We were never going to be in the finals with riders like that in the team. I wonder if Jackass has had his ingrown ego, sorry toenail sorted!!
  6. Haven’t you forgotten the way our two young Aussies (under)performed and allowed Ipswich to take our rightful position in the finals. If anybody was waiving white flags it was those two jerks!!
  7. Aviator

    Poole 2020

    There is clearly a solution to your dilemma, move to Poland. The personal benefits to you would be: 1/ Better quality speedway, watching world class riders. 2/ Cheaper entry fees. 3/ Good quality venues with consistent standard tracks. 4/ You can remain in Europe (at least until it collapses). The benefit for Poole fans is, less noise in the queues. I would say thats a “win - win” situation. Be quick though, the 31/10 is not far away...
  8. Aviator

    Poole 2020

    What it says is “75% of the costs we are experiencing” which is a 25% saving!!
  9. Aviator

    Poole 2020

    This is not a political forum where you should be expounding your views on political issues unless they directly relate to speedway. It’s painful enough as it is to hear your volume turned up to max broadcasting your political opinions whilst waiting to gain entry to a speedway match.
  10. Absolutely rubbish speedway. Thanks to all the promoters for giving us speedway holidays in the balmy evenings of spring and summer and then dishing this rubbish up because their backs are to wall in trying to get matches on at any cost in the back end of the season.
  11. Aviator

    Poole 2020

    The two young Aussies should be given their P45’s and not allowed back until their attitude changes. The attitude change (certainly towards Poole) will not happen because they are totally focussed on the Polish Zloty and, only use the UK as a method to gain European visas. Right pair of visa tarts.
  12. Aviator

    Poole 2020

    More importantly, will Chris Holder have a work ethic by then???
  13. Sadly, the two young Aussies only use Poole as a stalking horse to get their visas which enable them to ride in Europe i.e. Poland. Time for them to earn their way in the real world and not use any UK club to secure European visas. All British clubs you have been warned to look out for visa tarts in 2020.
  14. Seems to be something in the Holder genes. Poole would well to avoid both of them next year.
  15. The upside to this poor performance from the young Aussie wimps is that we can watch the rest of the season from the comfort of our arm chairs drinking chilled G&T’s. Good luck to Swindon..
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