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Sorry lads!

Post by daib0 » 28 Nov 2019, 22:44

Sorry to say .... on a bit of a burn-out...

performing musician, composer, arranger, web page, Reading FC fan but always huge soft spot for Posh as regulars will surely know, but ......just done TOO much over last two years or so, or even more.....

Sorry not to have been able to continue the various inter-forum games, hope to resume things. Bear with me, will continue to look in ...

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Re: Sorry lads!

Post by ashman » 29 Nov 2019, 08:02

daib0 wrote:
28 Nov 2019, 22:44
Sorry to say .... on a bit of a burn-out...

performing musician, composer, arranger, web page, Reading FC fan but always huge soft spot for Posh as regulars will surely know, but ......just done TOO much over last two years or so, or even more.....

Sorry not to have been able to continue the various inter-forum games, hope to resume things. Bear with me, will continue to look in ...

David/daib0
David, get the fire extinguishers out and get that burn-out under control! Your contributions to this forum have always been absolutely terrific in recent years and we all hope that you get yourself sorted out asap. I'm sure Reading FC and the music world will all be thinking of you and hoping for a quick return. Good luck against Wigan at the weekend too. With a game in hand and three points at the DW Stadium your club could show a real determination to climb away from the bottom of that table.
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Re: Sorry lads!

Post by tonyp » 29 Nov 2019, 08:42

ashman wrote:
29 Nov 2019, 08:02
daib0 wrote:
28 Nov 2019, 22:44
Sorry to say .... on a bit of a burn-out...

performing musician, composer, arranger, web page, Reading FC fan but always huge soft spot for Posh as regulars will surely know, but ......just done TOO much over last two years or so, or even more.....

Sorry not to have been able to continue the various inter-forum games, hope to resume things. Bear with me, will continue to look in ...

David/daib0
David, get the fire extinguishers out and get that burn-out under control! Your contributions to this forum have always been absolutely terrific in recent years and we all hope that you get yourself sorted out asap. I'm sure Reading FC and the music world will all be thinking of you and hoping for a quick return. Good luck against Wigan at the weekend too. With a game in hand and three points at the DW Stadium your club could show a real determination to climb away from the bottom of that table.
I agree with Ashman.
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Re: Sorry lads!

Post by bristleposh » 29 Nov 2019, 09:45

mejorate pronto
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Re: Sorry lads!

Post by poshnipper » 30 Nov 2019, 18:54

Burn outs aren’t good for any of us.
Take your time to re-charge xx
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Re: Sorry lads!

Post by ashman » 01 Dec 2019, 01:19

Good result against Wigan today. Something to help with the recuperation!
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Re: Sorry lads!

Post by daib0 » 01 Dec 2019, 08:25

thanks lads!!
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