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57 minutes ago, screm said:

Reports suggest its a broken foot.

I really hope not! That will be around 6 weeks out if so. 

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1 hour ago, Pirates Of Poole said:

I really hope not! That will be around 6 weeks out if so. 

If Holder is out. Got to be looking at Milik with Wroclaw looking at bringing Greg into that lineup. 

 

Rumour has it that he will be out 8 weeks 

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Apparently no break, so that's good news 

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Just to say good luck to all Pooles opponents this year and hope the cheats finish bottom.

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3 hours ago, poolebolton said:

2 weeks to rest up and get it ready. 

He came back to the UK today so should be ok. 

1st meeting is in 10 days at Somerset on 3rd April, so not quite 2 weeks.

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2 hours ago, Trackrat said:

Just to say good luck to all Pooles opponents this year and hope the cheats finish bottom.

Why would anyone post something like that? It’s just rude and an insult to all Poole supporters. What are you trying to achieve, or, do you think you might achieve? 

And “cheats”. When, what, where, how? You getting confused with Coventry in 2010 when they could have used Shamek Pawlicki 23 times but only allowed him 11 meetings (when you needed 12 for an average) so he remained as a reserve?

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1 hour ago, Wee Eck said:

Why would anyone post something like that? It’s just rude and an insult to all Poole supporters. What are you trying to achieve, or, do you think you might achieve? 

And “cheats”. When, what, where, how? You getting confused with Coventry in 2010 when they could have used Shamek Pawlicki 23 times but only allowed him 11 meetings (when you needed 12 for an average) so he remained as a reserve?

Dont take any notice we will get that until the end of the season should be banned

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13 hours ago, Wee Eck said:

Why would anyone post something like that? It’s just rude and an insult to all Poole supporters. What are you trying to achieve, or, do you think you might achieve? 

And “cheats”. When, what, where, how? You getting confused with Coventry in 2010 when they could have used Shamek Pawlicki 23 times but only allowed him 11 meetings (when you needed 12 for an average) so he remained as a reserve?

One word for you lot 'tricksgate' or we forgetting about that lol.

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15 hours ago, Wee Eck said:

Why would anyone post something like that? It’s just rude and an insult to all Poole supporters. What are you trying to achieve, or, do you think you might achieve? 

And “cheats”. When, what, where, how? You getting confused with Coventry in 2010 when they could have used Shamek Pawlicki 23 times but only allowed him 11 meetings (when you needed 12 for an average) so he remained as a reserve?

Just saying hope the cheats finish bottom, no mention of Poole but if you're a Poole fan and know they're prone to a bit of cheating this might offend.

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16 hours ago, Wee Eck said:

Why would anyone post something like that? It’s just rude and an insult to all Poole supporters. What are you trying to achieve, or, do you think you might achieve? 

And “cheats”. When, what, where, how? You getting confused with Coventry in 2010 when they could have used Shamek Pawlicki 23 times but only allowed him 11 meetings (when you needed 12 for an average) so he remained as a reserve?

How was that cheating? No rules were broken?

It was sour grapes from the promoter who got out-Forded!

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On 3/23/2019 at 10:30 PM, poolebolton said:

FROM the SGP website ...

Torun boss Jacek Fratczak says Jack Holder didn’t suffer serious damage to his foot in a fall which forced him out of his side’s challenge match at home to Rybnik on Saturday.

Holder was involved in a three-man pile-up with Rybnik duo Kacper Woryna and Sergey Logachev in heat 10 of Torun’s 53-37 victory.

The Aussie and Logachev took no further part in the meeting and Holder returned to his base in Britain to recover.

Fratczak played down the crash and is confident Holder will be back in action against Lodz this Thursday.

He told Przeglad Sportowy: “Fortunately, the injury is not serious and the rider has returned on his own to Great Britain.

“Now the most important thing is to care for the leg. Everything stays on schedule and Jack and the whole team will appear this Thursday against Lodz. This will be one of the last tests before the first match in the league.”

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4 hours ago, Trackrat said:

One word for you lot 'tricksgate' or we forgetting about that lol.

What is or was “tricksgate”?

”Trick” was the nickname of Tony Richardson but he’s not ridden for a UK team for about 15 years? What happened with him?

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