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Belle Vue V Poole SGB Prem. A. 16th April 2018

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51 minutes ago, WestGorton1884 said:

Steve Worrall absence weakens the Aces, anybody argues otherwise is either on a wind up or an idiot 

Simple as that really ;)

It would  be nice if SS confirmed to us what is his real opinion of Steve  was as you said Gorton   there are only two options.Either  he is on a total wind up or he is someone who obviously does not know his Speedway which is it.? Going back to Steve it looks hopeful that he could get back earlier than anticipated  i really hope so his fitness levels are so high and with lots of treatment in the Oxygen chamber could the British Final be to soon.? 

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46 minutes ago, stevebrum said:

Steve won't reply  to that because he knows he will be caught out. 

I have already replied to the post. Can you not read?

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With the forecast good we are looking forward to coming up for this. Nice when it’s an 9 hour round trip to know it’s not going to be a wasted journey or have the stress of dodgy weather.

Lets hope there’s a good crowd there tomorrow night. Should be a cracking meeting.

 

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29 minutes ago, Sidney the robin said:

It would  be nice if SS confirmed to us what is his real opinion of Steve  was as you said Gorton   there are only two options.Either  he is on a total wind up or he is someone who obviously does not know his Speedway which is it.? Going back to Steve it looks hopeful that he could get back earlier than anticipated  i really hope so his fitness levels are so high and with lots of treatment in the Oxygen chamber could the British Final be to soon.? 

Already said what I think of Steve Worrall. Seems a nice guy. A third heat leader. Has a 6.6 average. Not as good as Lambert ability wise. Won’t get to where Harris, Nicholls, Cook or King reached.

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This will be tougher for us than the away match as the poles will fair better and PK can now race all out. 

The poles are reigned in at Poole as they are aware of the reaction of their polish clubs should they get injured plus losing the big bucks from over there. PK has been around long enough now to be one of those guys that feel if a track is poor, his effort will reflect that. The continuing, well documented problems with the Poole track will never allow these guys to shine. Also Shanes will struggle due to the gate and go nature of his home circuit. 

Removing these restrictions and giving these guys a track to RACE on will provide tricky yet entertaining opposition for us. 

Looking forward to it wether we win or not and it will act as a fine antidote to the heartbreakingly awful dish served up at Wimborne Rd last week. 

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12 minutes ago, ouch said:

This will be tougher for us than the away match as the poles will fair better and PK can now race all out. 

The poles are reigned in at Poole as they are aware of the reaction of their polish clubs should they get injured plus losing the big bucks from over there. PK has been around long enough now to be one of those guys that feel if a track is poor, his effort will reflect that. The continuing, well documented problems with the Poole track will never allow these guys to shine. Also Shanes will struggle due to the gate and go nature of his home circuit. 

Removing these restrictions and giving these guys a track to RACE on will provide tricky yet entertaining opposition for us. 

Looking forward to it wether we win or not and it will act as a fine antidote to the heartbreakingly awful dish served up at Wimborne Rd last week. 

Still dont get it do you.. It strikes me you only read what you want to read. But thats no suprise.

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17 minutes ago, ouch said:

This will be tougher for us than the away match as the poles will fair better and PK can now race all out. 

The poles are reigned in at Poole as they are aware of the reaction of their polish clubs should they get injured plus losing the big bucks from over there. PK has been around long enough now to be one of those guys that feel if a track is poor, his effort will reflect that. The continuing, well documented problems with the Poole track will never allow these guys to shine. Also Shanes will struggle due to the gate and go nature of his home circuit. 

Removing these restrictions and giving these guys a track to RACE on will provide tricky yet entertaining opposition for us. 

Looking forward to it wether we win or not and it will act as a fine antidote to the heartbreakingly awful dish served up at Wimborne Rd last week. 

You just have to admire a deluded wind-up!!!:shock::D

 

ps. I see Cook is missing again from the Rybnik squad today - compassionate or just not good enough?;)

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16 minutes ago, ouch said:

This will be tougher for us than the away match as the poles will fair better and PK can now race all out.

The poles are reigned in at Poole as they are aware of the reaction of their polish clubs should they get injured plus losing the big bucks from over there. PK has been around long enough now to be one of those guys that feel if a track is poor, his effort will reflect that. The continuing, well documented problems with the Poole track will never allow these guys to shine. Also Shanes will struggle due to the gate and go nature of his home circuit.

Removing these restrictions and giving these guys a track to RACE on will provide tricky yet entertaining opposition for us.

Looking forward to it wether we win or not and it will act as a fine antidote to the heartbreakingly awful dish served up at Wimborne Rd last week.

hopefully no water main problems then

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Wow. So you think Wednesday’s Wimborne Rd track is better suited to the poles than the wide open spaces of the NSS. 

Now that’s a wind up or an incredible lack of speedway knowledge. 

I’ll go with the former, which is a shame. 

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3 minutes ago, Arthur54 said:

hopefully no water main problems then

Not with you??

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3 minutes ago, ouch said:

Not with you??

a dodge postponement a few seasons ago

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1 minute ago, Arthur54 said:

a dodge postponement a few seasons ago

Different track and different promotion unlike the Poole v Lakeside meeting. Sometimes it's better for people in glass houses not to throw stones. :lol:

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7 minutes ago, Arthur54 said:

a dodge postponement a few seasons ago

like your lakeside home one same season enough said !!

 

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7 minutes ago, Arthur54 said:

a dodge postponement a few seasons ago

Lol. 

You’ll be bring up Alice Harts last dodgy decision. 

If only we had a current promoter who acted corruptly that we could lay into. 

Candy from a baby. 

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lasse bjerre for worrall on monday etheridge may not ride ?

 

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