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4 hours ago, HoylandOwl said:

Sorry to hear that buddy. I went through what you are with my mum a few years back. So I know exactly where you’re coming from. DM’s are always open if you want a rant/chat.

Thanks for all you do on here mate.

Thanks - it’s much appreciated 

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17 hours ago, cheat said:

Thanks Owling. I do enjoy doing this, just takes a bit of time, and personal circumstances aren’t great at the moment. My Dad’s in and out of hospital at the moment and needing a lot of help from me.

Being an only child never bothered me, but I must admit these last few months I have been thinking, “oh, for a sibling or two to share this with”.

Anyway, enough of my sob story, on with the show.

 

Best wishes from me to echo what others have said 

Its hard work and it takes it out of you. And don't ever apologise for sounding out on here. I did, if nothing else it was a distraction when my Mum was on the last part of her life. Probably why I got banned from Stalk in the end, it was my release to have a pop at folk on there 

Mrs MK now as this with her Dad, she does share with her sibling and it helps at  times, other times its a pain as her sister wants to control but she gets nowhere. 

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On 15/01/2023 at 20:35, cheat said:

Thanks Owling. I do enjoy doing this, just takes a bit of time, and personal circumstances aren’t great at the moment. My Dad’s in and out of hospital at the moment and needing a lot of help from me.

Being an only child never bothered me, but I must admit these last few months I have been thinking, “oh, for a sibling or two to share this with”.

Anyway, enough of my sob story, on with the show.

 

Maybe just me but I wouldn't mind if you also included a wee personal anecdote or two within these threads every now and again.

Even 'silly little things' such as your dad winning the half time raffle or you falling in the street on the way home from a match (pished) and ripping your jeans. Reliving happy memories can be quite soothing.

Keep up the excellent work. I love reminiscing about the old seasons. Long may it continue 🙂

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Catch up part 10 - week ending 13th December 1992

Wednesday made the short journey up the M1 to face Leeds, and came away on the wrong side of a 3-1 scoreline. A defensive mix up, with Woods coming for a ball that was best left for the defenders to deal with, gifted the home side their first with Speed having the simple job of tapping the loose ball home. Roland Nilsson was the unlikely source of the equaliser when he scored his second in three games, again with a left foot shot, although this time he was aided by a deflection. The home side wrapped the points up after the break with both goals coming from former Owls. Chapman beat a motionless defence to head Leeds into the lead, then Varadi hit his first for ages to complete the scoring.

Woods, Nilsson, Worthington, Palmer, Pearson, Warhurst, Harkes, Waddle (Bart-Williams), Hirst, Bright, Sheridan. Unused subs, Pressman, Watson.

With no league win in seven Wednesday had dropped to a worrying 17th in the table, just two points ahead of the relegation zone, and now below United. Forest, Palace and Oldham were the bottom three, with Wimbledon and Everton also below us. Norwich still surprisingly led the table, five points clear of second placed Aston Villa. Man Utd, Chelsea and Blackburn completed the top five.

 

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