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  1. Starman2006

    Somerset 2018

    As i said on another thread. If Garys got shot there is a reason for it..
  2. Starman2006

    Somerset v Poole Prem A. 20/6/18

    If Gary gets shot there is clearly a reason for it.
  3. Starman2006

    Poole 2018

    Yep we should stick with what we have. CW could only replace Josh or brady, and they aint going knowhere..
  4. Starman2006

    Poole 2018

    I dont suppose HE does either...
  5. Starman2006

    Poole 2018

    Yeh, funny that eh mate...
  6. Starman2006

    Poole 2018

    Approve Approve Approve.
  7. Starman2006

    Poole 2018

    Thats fine. But if its not a dig at poole you need to make that clear in your first post. thats the way it came across.
  8. Starman2006

    Poole 2018

    Nobody, could see it untill you put it down. Ok.
  9. Starman2006

    Poole 2018

    Nope this all came to light later. You cannot take it up once its down you can but would cost a club a fortune to take best part of it up and re-lay the track, ask the other clubs who did the same thing. Nobody at club levels fault. I dont know anything re Glyns departure and whatever his reason im sure he wont put it on here. . When we had that heavy downpour on that tuesday night Glyn did his best to turn the track round. But as i said, and im sure any track curator will back it up, proper red shale will hold the water and soak it up so you can turn it over and eventually it will dry out. providing you also have a drying wind. sadly this stuff didnt and for some reason went right the way through. You learn all the time, and hopefully things are well on there way to being rectified.
  10. Starman2006

    Poole 2018

    Yup, Josh is a better rider than he's been showing, just watch the final in 0-15 for example. That said, his points scoring is about what it should be, 789. per meeting. I just feel with him he's a little bit laid back, a little like Leigh Adams was but he was a far better rider as we all know. Sometimes i feel that Josh is not agressive enough, and could improve further if he became that little more aggressive. I was impressed with his attitude on Weds. Yup as you rightly say, Linus could have been one of the top Sweds, but for one reason or another he's not gone on, but if he keeps doing what he's doing for us now we will all be happy. Yup a wins a win, no matter by how many, and i think providing they all stay sound there's a lot more to come. when, we make the play off's, then it becomes a different kettle of fish, but as you know, the club know how to win...
  11. Starman2006

    Poole 2018

    Nope, its all mine. and my views only.
  12. Starman2006

    Poole 2018

    Keep up mate. Stewart Dickson from Glasgow, and local people who are knowledgable track men. Plus an ex track curator, 3 of them are ex riders so they know whats required As i said, we were not the only track to take on that stuff, i wouldnt call it shale, so those clubs were also in the same boat. others have either taken it off or not used it, we have taken best part of it off, you will never get it all off unless you completely strip the track bare. The boys have done a good job, with the resorces they had, and they will continue to monitor the situation and act accordingly. You do need the proper stuff, otherwise it just does not bind properly and if you get heavy rain it will go straight through.. Ask any curator worth his salt, and they will tell you the same thing.
  13. Starman2006

    Poole 2018

    You can only beat whats in front of you mate. I told everybody who would listen to give Sunstrom time, now he's slowly starting to find it, if you watch ht one again you will see he roared off into the distance, find that sort of form on a regular basis and you have those extra points, that we are looking for, Ritchie Worrell is the same,then Matt can shuffle the side accordingly. His form abroad is the same concern as it was here, when he has the right machinery he's a class act, and he will get it right there as well. and with the aditional help that mr Smith of Bournemouth bedding has given him towards the engines things should continue on an upward curve. Chris has been through hell in the last few years, some documented and some will not be, some he's maybe brought on himself and some out of his control, as a big fan of his, i will still support him from afar, Chris would still be a massive player for us, but sadly maybe not this season. Make no bones, this side has a lot of potential and it only has to string 2-3 results together and the rest of the league will be shaking. But everybody to there own, and i really couldnt give a monkeys what the merchants say on here they just talk from there keyboards, i saw enough weds to convince me we will still make the play off's. Weds the boys started to relax talk act as a TEAM, even Josh was doing his bit, even made a tongue in cheek quip when he came back in the pits after ht 11 i think it was, which everybody saw the funny side and we saw what the team could do, they are all good riders, who will hopefully grow in confidence off the back of Weds, the track will improve, believe me it has now got two weeks to bed in properly, the lads will have the dust under control, and most, of the junk has come off. Everybody knows, you come to poole there is presure, but, after weds they will all grow in confidence, and when that happens the presure will come off. knowing they can, do a job. As for Lambert riding for poole, difficult to say, who's to say he wont skip the uk altogether next season, but if he doesnt, and im very sure he wont be at Lynn next season, im sure that Matt could well look at him as that out and out No one. Brady still has a big future with Poole, and Woryna will grow in confidence at reserve, but lets keep the talk of next season, we still have plenty to race for this season..

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