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11:45pm Sun 13 Apr 14

Boris says...

The Gazette seems to have banned comments on the two articles describing this match, so let's take this opportunity to congratulate the U's for these precious three points. Well done the players, well done the manager, and well done the many supporters who went to Stevenage to cheer on our team. Survival looks a lot closer now. Up the U's.
The Gazette seems to have banned comments on the two articles describing this match, so let's take this opportunity to congratulate the U's for these precious three points. Well done the players, well done the manager, and well done the many supporters who went to Stevenage to cheer on our team. Survival looks a lot closer now. Up the U's. Boris
  • Score: 8

7:56am Mon 14 Apr 14

super waluigi says...

It's a fantastic result Boris. It puts us back to where we was before the Tranmere game. A win on Friday and I think we will be safe for sure.
It's a fantastic result Boris. It puts us back to where we was before the Tranmere game. A win on Friday and I think we will be safe for sure. super waluigi
  • Score: -13

6:10pm Mon 14 Apr 14

25414nora says...

Boris wrote:
The Gazette seems to have banned comments on the two articles describing this match, so let's take this opportunity to congratulate the U's for these precious three points. Well done the players, well done the manager, and well done the many supporters who went to Stevenage to cheer on our team. Survival looks a lot closer now. Up the U's.
Not exactly a ban Boris, although it could be the powers that be are becoming
increasingly concerned at the falling standards of some of the comments.
It's just a tiny minority offending, lets hope they can be rooted out.
[quote][p][bold]Boris[/bold] wrote: The Gazette seems to have banned comments on the two articles describing this match, so let's take this opportunity to congratulate the U's for these precious three points. Well done the players, well done the manager, and well done the many supporters who went to Stevenage to cheer on our team. Survival looks a lot closer now. Up the U's.[/p][/quote]Not exactly a ban Boris, although it could be the powers that be are becoming increasingly concerned at the falling standards of some of the comments. It's just a tiny minority offending, lets hope they can be rooted out. 25414nora
  • Score: 2

9:27pm Mon 14 Apr 14

Boris says...

25414nora wrote:
Boris wrote:
The Gazette seems to have banned comments on the two articles describing this match, so let's take this opportunity to congratulate the U's for these precious three points. Well done the players, well done the manager, and well done the many supporters who went to Stevenage to cheer on our team. Survival looks a lot closer now. Up the U's.
Not exactly a ban Boris, although it could be the powers that be are becoming
increasingly concerned at the falling standards of some of the comments.
It's just a tiny minority offending, lets hope they can be rooted out.
I think it was just one of those glitches that affect a newspaper run on a shoestring. A simple error. I remember once two whole days when comments were not allowed on any story. It looks as if somebody in the Gazette office has to tick a box for each article to allow or disallow comments, and the default option is to disallow.
Anyway it doesn't matter, there is now an article which allows comments on the Stevenage game, and several of the usual suspects have obliged.
Up the U's.
[quote][p][bold]25414nora[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Boris[/bold] wrote: The Gazette seems to have banned comments on the two articles describing this match, so let's take this opportunity to congratulate the U's for these precious three points. Well done the players, well done the manager, and well done the many supporters who went to Stevenage to cheer on our team. Survival looks a lot closer now. Up the U's.[/p][/quote]Not exactly a ban Boris, although it could be the powers that be are becoming increasingly concerned at the falling standards of some of the comments. It's just a tiny minority offending, lets hope they can be rooted out.[/p][/quote]I think it was just one of those glitches that affect a newspaper run on a shoestring. A simple error. I remember once two whole days when comments were not allowed on any story. It looks as if somebody in the Gazette office has to tick a box for each article to allow or disallow comments, and the default option is to disallow. Anyway it doesn't matter, there is now an article which allows comments on the Stevenage game, and several of the usual suspects have obliged. Up the U's. Boris
  • Score: 0

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