More Wasps BS?

duffer

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Leicester 5 points behind Wasps.75k At Twickenham for this game. Not sure why Twickenham.
They play a few premier league fixtures at Twickenham over the season. Seems a bit random, but the clubs involved and the fans seem to like it and it definitely makes a bit of money.

Handy for the true Wasps fans of course, less so for the franchise ones...
 
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peaches and cream

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I can’t see saracens going down - they’ll have overhauled wasps points in 3 games time. It looks like wasps or Leicester for the drop.
How do you work that out? Saracens are currently 24 points behind Wasps with a maximum of 5 points per game that’s providing Wasps don’t pick up any more points and they win every game with a bonus point so probably about 7 games before that happens
 

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You only get bonus points for scoring 4 try’s or if you lose and are within 7 points so Leicester just got 2 points today for the draw

So the losers can even get points what a strange situation a little bit like cricket but at least they hav e to play for days to earn it
 

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How do you work that out? Saracens are currently 24 points behind Wasps with a maximum of 5 points per game that’s providing Wasps don’t pick up any more points and they win every game with a bonus point so probably about 7 games before that happens
You're forgetting the points deduction that this forum is due to allocate Wasps as a New Year's present!
 

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Why is the wasps c**t still here?

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Why is the wasps c**t still here?

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Strange as it may seem I quite like the debate on here plus you guys seems to get snippets of info about Wasps that we don’t it’s also interesting to see the wide variety of opinions of sky blue fans to the current situation from some who appear to be two sandwiches short of a picnic to those that while angry to point of a heart attack still manage to put valid points across and then there’s everyone in between
 
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Strange as it may seem I quite like the debate on here plus you guys seems to get snippets of info about Wasps that we don’t it’s also interesting to see the wide variety of opinions of sky blue fans to the current situation from some who appear to be two sandwiches short of a picnic to those that while angry to point of a heart attack still manage to put valid points across and then there’s everyone in between
I think most posters appreciate what you have to say. It is good to have another insight into Wasps even though you know most of us want the ‘Coventry Project’ to fail. It will be A good move for City fans and for real Wasps supporters when you are back to your roots in the south east. Until then I would I would ignore posts like the one above and keep the conversation going.
 

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Whilst not being a football fan myself my youngest son has asked to go to a cov game, so the question is what is going to be the best game to take him to
If you rugby types like a good brawl, I'd suggest Sunderland!
 

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Whilst not being a football fan myself my youngest son has asked to go to a cov game, so the question is what is going to be the best game to take him to
We usually do a community day with local schools getting free tickets and all tickets are £5. Usually around February time, So maybe for the Bolton game on 8th Feb. They might bin it off this year though as we're in St Andrew's but would expect it to be announced in the next couple of weeks if it's happening.
 
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We usually do a community day with local schools getting free tickets and all tickets are £5. Usually around February time, So maybe for the Bolton game on 8th Feb. They might bin it off this year though as we're in St Andrew's but would expect it to be announced in the next couple of weeks if it's happening.
good point, think they will still hopefully do one for the kids
 

The coventrian

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We usually do a community day with local schools getting free tickets and all tickets are £5. Usually around February time, So maybe for the Bolton game on 8th Feb. They might bin it off this year though as we're in St Andrew's but would expect it to be announced in the next couple of weeks if it's happening.
I'm sure the children of small heath and bordesley green will be happy:woot:
 

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Not according to timperley free tickets for schools and I can live without the flag (we’ve got black and gold ones with insects on them)

That’s only one game not all games just remember that, with the flag just make sure it has a safety certificate and also remove any sharp edges just to make it more comfortable for you during insertion.

joking aside I have some of the cheap family ticket vouchers that the jsbs get with their season ticket if you need one.
 
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