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  1. T.N.T.

    Belle Vue 2019

    So drop Cook and sign Bjerre. Is that a step forward or backwards ? Have to have some good middle order riders in to stand any chance of being up there.
  2. T.N.T.

    Wolves 2019

    Cook joins Peterborough and Bjerre joins Aces so stay cool WOLVES fans
  3. T.N.T.

    Wolves 2019

    Jacob is part of the furniture at Wolves and almost a part of the Adams Family so I would expect him to be back but Pete Adams would know if Jacob needed a change or wanted a change and would advise him which way to go. Think it's almost certainly going to be Jacob next revealed and it would take some going to get Cook accepted at Monmore
  4. T.N.T.

    Wolves 2019

    As I understand it Rory holds his own registration as he bought it when the bspa held it and is in fact a free agent. Since joining Wolves he has been very happy and has said he could finish his career there and CVS has said what a pleasure he has been to deal with and has been a good team man taking over the PK role. Would be suprised if either party wanted to seperate and Parrys International Coaches also personally sponsor him and Jacob Thorssell. in fact with the open day at Parrys scheduled for January then its no suprise these are being kept back to fall in line with the sponsorship deal. Pawlicki would have been (and may still be) a great signing and would have challenged for the top average in the league if he rode here but also is a true racer and great to watch, but yet again we have the situation of trying to persuade a big name to ride here on inferior tracks and lower wages and sponsorships. If he was available I would have gone with him and Thorssell leaving the decision between Masters and Schlein. Whichever way they go they have vastly improved the side with two very good and potential signings replacing Andersen and Greaves who are really both reserve standard and Nathan really needs a full season in the Championship. 1 SAM MASTERS 8.11 2 KYLE HOWARTH 4.84 3 JACOB THORSSELL 7.25 4 RORY SCHLEIN 7.92 5 NICK MORRIS 6.60 6 LUKE BECKER 4.00 7 ASHLEY MORRIS 3.54
  5. T.N.T.

    Swindon 2019

    40 at home from the top four is still a high figure to reach out of a possible 49 and would mean riders like Lambert, Fricke, Masters etc scoring 6-9 points at Swindon from five rides
  6. T.N.T.

    Swindon 2019

    With Doyle and Batchelor at 1 and 5 they can only score a maximum of 28 points so if Doyle drops one point and Batch two, you are saying they will be averaging 11.20 and 10.40 which is a hell of an improvement. Then you have Tobi and Adam scoring 15 between them out of a possible 21 points giving them an average of 7.5 each and only dropping six points between them in five races. In truth you are looking at 22 at most between the top two and 12 between Tobi and Adam if all go well leaving you needing at least 11 between the other three and hope for no falls, no engine failures etc. Very good top three and good backing with Ellis but its a team event and away the bottom three you need the top four to be on form together
  7. T.N.T.

    Does Buster call the shots?

    DOES BUSTER CONTROL THINGS ? ....... YES However there are a number of ways that things need clearing up or addressing especially as one man now owns three out of seven clubs in one league. Firstly in all AGMs be it Industrial, Unions, Sports etc when it comes to voting, the Chairman doesn't get a vote unless its tied and he then gets the casting vote, but in speedway he gets three out ofseven votes and therefore only needs one to tag the same line to get what he wants. VOTING - Why in a AGM do they split into different rooms to vote. the meeting is for PROMOTERS of British Speedway and not one Premiership and one Championship the should all get a vote on all issues. As it is Buster and a few buddies go into a room and vote on issues Buster wants and with a few mates gets whatever the select four or five want regardless of what the sport wants or needs. The sport had a great chance of rebuilding here and give fans more meetings, more variety and more affordable for all but with a few notes being handed over to buy clubs it was never going to happen as suddenly there was a different seven voting but the result stays the same and nothing changes and we are still getting ready for just six opponents to visit over and over again with just 12 home league matches over an entire season of 28 weeks.
  8. T.N.T.

    Wolves 2019

    Are you taking bets then put me down for a tenner
  9. T.N.T.

    Belle Vue 2019

    With Tungate and now Cook being left out of next years plans, they have clearly lined up replacements already as you wouldnt release two of your three heat leaders without getting deals sorted for new riders. Tungate I can understand as he can be brilliant at times, especially at home but away has had a few inconsistent outings and not the scores you need from a rider close to an eight point average. As for CC been up and down and in the last two seasons has gone missing a few times, so maybe enough is enough for the management and they look to rebuild with fresh faces. In Max Fricke and Dan Bewley they have two good strong and young assets to build with and maybe Steve Worrall as part of the backbone of the club. so where do they go now ? Maybe Richie Worrall on a modest 5.5 average can join Steve as second strings but who is going to be a big hitter. Robert Lambert wold be a great signing but unlikely and would they go back for mid 30,s riders like Zagar or Bjerre ? or building a more balanced team to give more at reserve. Only as an example, a team like Fricke 8.20, Bewley 7.13, SWorrall 6.16, Wells 5.77, RWorrall 5.66, Garrity 5.35 and Etheridge 4.15 may not appear to be much but Workington and Poole both won titles with solid line ups and its probably more cost effective. Josh Grajczonek, Richard Lawson etc maybe
  10. T.N.T.

    Wolves 2019

    Nicolai will be back at Poole but lives close to Wolverhampton and personally think he has matured as a rider now and he actually averaged just under 8 points a meeting this season but rolling averages keep him at 6.61 and Poole have been very happy with him since becoming an asset. Would have liked Klindt and Wells but both sold and obviously no longer of interest to the club. The team for 2019 looks to ressemble the 2018 team but by replacing JBA and Greaves with Nick Morris and Luke Becker they have made the team much more stronger and think they will be one of the front runners next season, its just a shame its only against the same six teams over and over again with no variety and just 12 home meetings all season hardly gets the blood rushing. Hope the track is being relayed as like many it needs big work on the safety aspect and no longer creates great racing.
  11. T.N.T.

    Swindon 2019

    Jake Allen can still fit in and if Lampart is 4.52 he would be at reserve but it would mean the last place going to a rider like Nathan Greaves or Ben Morley instead of Zach and as much as I like Zach his average of 4.26 is a bit inflated due to him having a weak reserve partner in 2018 meaning he picked up some easy points. a year in the Championship may be better and bring him in when required. Allen and Lampart appear to be on much the same averages so could swap during the season but unsure if Lampart is going to do too much in the main body but at reserve maybe a 4-5 point rider but Allen could be a bargain and can score even as a second string. strong looking top end and good that ADAM ellis is back , but a weak tail end last year is still looking weak
  12. T.N.T.

    Wolves 2019

    CVS said there would be 4 returning (Masters, Thorssell, Howarth, Morris) plus one new face (Becker) and one returning rider who rode here in the past (Pawlicki maybe) Luke Becker was a real achievement as most teams must have been looking at him all season and if Wolves can get Nick Morris it would be good as both ride for the same Polish team and under the wing of Greg Hancock. Masters Howarth Morris Thorssell Pawlicki Becker Morris However I do like a more solid line up like .... Masters, Pawlicki (Schlein), Thorssell, Wells, Worrall, Howarth, Becker and although Nick Morris fits in well why would Swindon let him go just as Wolves wouldn't let Jacob and Kyle go on such modest averages Wells and Worrall (either) are just as strong as Morris and Morris and does three 8 point riders really work ?
  13. T.N.T.

    Wolves 2019

    No real thought had to go into that as he will be a bargain but it would be nice to know the average he comes in on as it's different on Wolverhampton site and two different figures on the BSPA site and may even have deductions on that. 4.84 - 5.16 are the figures. Be great at reserve alongside Luke Becker or Tom Bacon
  14. T.N.T.

    Wolves 2019

    Looks a bit steep for season tickets. Miss one through illness or something and you're out of pocket. Two new faces with one being previous rider in the league which could be a few riders but some already thinking it may be Becker and Pawlicki. You can all but put Howarth and Thorssell in. Add Masters Becker and Pawlicki and leaves 10.08 for last two. Masters 8.11 Howarth 5.06 Worrall 6.00 or Wells 5.77 Thorssell 7.25 Pawlicki or Schlein 8.00 Becker 4.00 Morris 3.57 or JBA 3.94 Maybe that could be something like it. Decent top five and two reserves that can stay at reserve
  15. T.N.T.

    Poole 2019

    Greg and Magic have said Poole is a great club for Luke but others with Luke have advised him that Wolverhampton would be a better option and talking to Greg in Poland he said either club would be good for him in different ways and think it's 50/50 but with Sam and Ronnie as constant and local visitors at Monmore he has a good chaperone if he joins Wolves and Team USA has a few links with the Midlands. Nick Morris is rumoured to be a Wolves target and with both at Rezszow next year it possibly pushes Wolves as slight favourites to get America best young talent. Nicolai Klindt and Brady Kurtz have to be on the Poole list for next season and with Woryna staying at Rybnik should see him as another to return and Bomber was popular in his short stint at the club. What is left for the other three remains to be seen but no doubt they will have a side to challenge again

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