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  • Birthday 08/18/1965

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  1. You really are a complete moron Starman
  2. And the man with no brain skips off to frolic happily on insanity beach ......
  3. nobber junior

    Poole v Somerset. prem B 27/8/18 12.30pm.

    Just viewed heat 15 as well and very glad didn't bother ..... Mid day / early afternoon meetings have never been great imho (and experience). Track looked like chalk and cheese compared to Wednesday ..... albeit have to say racing was pretty boring then until the thorough track grading @ interval post heat 10.
  4. Oh goodie ..... But I think you've missed the point I was trying to make .....
  5. Apart from watching rubbish ..... compared to what I used to see (from 1974 onwards) ...... one of the reasons I don't go is the (extremely high) risk of standing next to people who think they know everything but are in fact utterly clueless.
  6. nobber junior

    Poole 2018

    You are purely guessing what might happen ..... you are explaining jack all ..... probably.
  7. nobber junior

    Poole 2018

    I know I am not Steve but, personally, have to say I really enjoyed the Stewkesbury era ...... 1985 onwards from memory ..... after the Chandler promotion collapse aided by Mike Lee's ban. Not being able to see Sam Ermolenko progress was outweighed by return of Martin Gates, retention of Kevin Smith & Stan Bear, and progression of a host of youngsters ..... raw Aussies & my fave Dave Biles. Cost in terms of my wallet was not an issue in those days given quality of entertainment ..... thus would have no issue watching Championship as opposed to Premiership provided racing was exciting ..... and there ain't much to beat ATM. I guess most will have same view.
  8. nobber junior

    Poole v Leicester Prem A. 30/5/18

    "Could have" or did ? ..... don't talk bollocks, talk FACTS.
  9. nobber junior

    Poole 2018

    It is not worth trying to debate with MFF .... he is clearly the font of all knowledge and everyone else knows absolutely nothing. Shanes selection was obviously a numbers game ploy never ever seen before anywhere ...... and being replaced by (a higher averaged) Nielsen had absolutely nothing to do with others under performing (which created the ability to make the change).
  10. nobber junior

    Poole 2018

    Winning the league or not winning the league was never going to be purely down to James achieving, or not achieving, his 2.00 point average was it .....
  11. nobber junior

    Poole 2018

    How anybody could have expected James to do more than he did is beyond me ..... only his second season in the Premiership with only NL experience before that with Kent. A classic case of the numbers game ..... he got the team place as he fitted in with the others/Sundstrom and it is as simple as that. The fact that he could be replaced was purely down to others (including Sundstrom) not performing. It isn't that difficult to understand.
  12. nobber junior

    Poole 2018

    Justin EFlkins & Martin Willis ...... forerunners to Kyle Newman & James Shanes
  13. nobber junior

    Your clubs early season rider report

    Poole Star Performer - Poole Keith Most Improved - Stevehols54 Must Do Better - Starman2006 Village Idiot - Matt Ford Fan
  14. nobber junior

    Poole 2018

    Sometimes Starman you make Forrest Gump look like a member of Mensa .....
  15. nobber junior

    Barry Hearn....

    Agree with your first point - we cannot blame these riders, who are riding to earn a living not a hobby (National League excepted) as the cost of maintaining equipment and keeping up with latest regulations has increased way beyond revenues being generated in this country ..... even allowing for the Sky input. Whilst "Joe Public" might want to see the top riders, the promoters have not got deep enough pockets (in the absence of enough revenue) to entice these top riders to ride in the UK. The money on offer in Poland & Sweden (to a degree) seems to outweight what 99% of UK promoters can afford. New ideas are indeed required .... but have been for a while now and one has to wonder if it will all be too little too late. I hope not.

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