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Swindon v Belle Vue // Premiership // 6.9.18

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10 minutes ago, hyderd said:

Jack and Tom are pretty much equal at National league level. 1 good meeting doesn't mean he will be as good next time. Stil,l 1 young Englander for the future hopefully.

Tom is worth the risk don't you think considering he actually scored points last time, something Jack has failed to do on numerous occasions.

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1 hour ago, foreverblue said:

Tom is worth the risk don't you think considering he actually scored points last time, something Jack has failed to do on numerous occasions.

you can't use him because jack is fully fit !! so jack will ride !! 

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3 minutes ago, geoff58 said:

you can't use him because jack is fully fit !! so jack will ride !! 

I don't want either thanks!

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3 hours ago, hyderd said:

Jack and Tom are pretty much equal at National league level. 1 good meeting doesn't mean he will be as good next time. Stil,l 1 young Englander for the future hopefully.

I would have to disagree to be honest hyderd Brennan i thought might struggle on the big tracks yet he looked quick.He has a better teqnique than Jack and Smith to be fair to him has not had two much racing this year I think he needs for his own sake to be taken out of the firing line.

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1 hour ago, geoff58 said:

you can't use him because jack is fully fit !! so jack will ride !! 

If that is true Geoff what another CRAZY rule that is madness it could only happen in British speedway.

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2 minutes ago, Sidney the robin said:

If that is true Geoff what another CRAZY rule that is madness it could only happen in British speedway.

Why is it a crazy rule? if your rider who is declared in your line up is fit  he has to ride.

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Just now, foreverblue said:

Why is it a crazy rule? if your rider who is declared in your line up is fit  he has to ride.

If you want to be able to replace a rider who is averaging well under three points you should be able to do so what is Brennan on a 2.00.? Rules in speedway have gone completely mad if Jack scores 5-  0s on the trot because he is fit you have to keep him Tom is also only a young NL rider.

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4 minutes ago, Sidney the robin said:

If you want to be able to replace a rider who is averaging well under three points you should be able to do so what is Brennan on a 2.00.? Rules in speedway have gone completely mad if Jack scores 5-  0s on the trot because he is fit you have to keep him Tom is also only a young NL rider.

Swindon could have replaced him if they had acted before the deadline.

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So Swindon fans now want a rider change, after the deadline?  Too late. August 15th been and long gone.

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8 minutes ago, Steve Shovlar said:

So Swindon fans now want a rider change, after the deadline?  Too late. August 15th been and long gone.

Are you telling me you cannot change a two point rider who is obviously struggling....

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18 minutes ago, Sidney the robin said:

Are you telling me you cannot change a two point rider who is obviously struggling....

Just follow Mr Godfrey`s lead at Scunny ;)

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He states he released Philips so it Ok to bring in a NL rider.So it appears you can.Like you say.Perhaps it has to be mutual though.

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