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Post #241  Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2008 6:30 am 
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Birmingham boss McLeish stopped just short of admitting that it was Fergie who had dictated his team's tactics for this game, says The Sun.

Big Eck said: "I spoke to him after we'd played at Old Trafford a couple of weeks ago and mentioned that our next league game was against Arsenal.

"I'm taking the Fifth Amendment on what he said but I'm sure he will be delighted with this result.

"I know this result will affect the league in one way or another but we've also done ourselves a big favour and I'm in this for Birmingham, not for Manchester United."

Fergie at it again!


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As advised I clicked user control panel to get my Dalek avatar back, but it took me to a screen where I couldn't see avatars mentioned. As Rog isn't around, can anyone who has got their avatar switched over to here tell me how to do it once you're in the user control panel?

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When in your "user control panel", click 'Profile', then "Edit Avatar"

In this section "Upload from a URL:
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http://202.181.21.81/arsenal/uploads/av-27.jpg

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Admin I am getting a display on my McAfee that this site is phishing is anyone else getting this or is it my Fisher Price IT system. :icon_question:

Hi - At a guess, I would think that McAfee is merely flagging *any* web page url that contains a username and password entry field and is not on their predetermined safe list that it could be a possible phishing page. Bit weak if that is their only method of determining Phishing pages but I guess it would be somewhat effective (and better to play it safe for their users).

I imagine you can add it as a safe site in it's options somewhere ...

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Post #244  Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2008 7:04 am 
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Luuurvvee the avatars :angryfire: :icon_bounce: :stop:


Yes - there are approx 6290 odd avatars in there (ironically, the other forum has the same ones as well)

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Post #245  Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2008 7:27 am 
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Is it just me or is the wait for next sat to see how the team reacts dragging on :mr100_IsBruceLeeX:


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Post #246  Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2008 7:33 am 
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Is it just me or is the wait for next sat to see how the team reacts dragging on :mr100_IsBruceLeeX:

Seems really odd not having a midweek game doesn't it. Yes it will drag. Hopefully it will give the team a chance to recover, regroup and push on..

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Post #247  Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2008 7:49 am 
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Hi Mee - I fixed your avatar for you

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Post #248  Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2008 7:58 am 
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4,5,6?

A bit too much like Manure v Spurs

Hey Decaf - Want me to fix your avatar ?

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Perhaps Daz is writing another book?

Good to see you back Decaf, hopefully Exiled follows.


Hi all

If anyone does see Exiled or Daz online or in the flesh, please feel free to extend them a warm welcome to pay us a visit ..

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Post #250  Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2008 8:15 am 
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For users who are not seeing peoples avatars every time, could they post what web browser they are using and version ?

EG: IE6, IE7 or Firefox.

I think it may be related to a caching issue with their Isp or their browser.

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For users who are not seeing peoples avatars every time, could they post what web browser they are using and version ?

EG: IE6, IE7 or Firefox.

I think it may be related to a caching issue with their Isp or their browser.

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IE 7.0.5730.11

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Post #252  Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2008 8:24 am 
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EG: IE6, IE7 or Firefox.

Long Time me old fruit - how ya doin' long time no talkies

Love the new forum very nice - nice work lads

I am using the same browser as LTG and no refresh avatars either so issue looks like might be microsoft, well there's a surprise lol


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EG: IE6, IE7 or Firefox.

Long Time me old fruit - how ya doin' long time no talkies

Love the new forum very nice - nice work lads

Good to hear from you mate. Warrior is the man to congratulate for all the work, and there has been a shed load of it. I've just been doing 'idiot testing', something for which I'm well qualified.

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Post #254  Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2008 8:28 am 
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Quite a few posters thought 'Missing in Action' returning to the fold.

Welcome back guys!


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Post #255  Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2008 8:29 am 
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Good to hear from you mate. Warrior is the man to congratulate for all the work, and there has been a shed load of it. I've just been doing 'idiot testing', something for which I'm well qualified.


Cheers mate - spent much of recent months in KL Malaysia with our new pool heating panels and lights so not really been around much - kept an eye on the site though. Off again on Thursday


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Quite a few posters thought 'Missing in Action' returning to the fold.

Welcome back guys!



hi oddy, cheers mate - nothing more frustrating than using someone elses computers for months but back on my own now, if only for a few days. Will try to remember the Lap Top this time! :icon_confused1:


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Post #257  Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2008 8:42 am 
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Hi all,

Crap result lets hope it wakes us up! Just testing my new login ID


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Post #258  Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2008 8:42 am 
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Hey American, I told you we would be ok without Henry!.. :icon_smile11:[/quote]

who?


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Post #259  Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2008 8:57 am 

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Hello Bernard. Whilst reading this forum around the time the draw for the last 16 of the CL was made I rememeber you disimising Milan's chances against us.

I don't recall dismissing Milan's chances against us at all. In fact I'm pretty sure I said it would be close, either way, which I expect it to be. All I do remember saying is that of the first placed teams we could have been drawn against, I'd have only preferred to have got Porto than Milan and I stand by that. But that's not the same thing at all as 'dismissing' their chances against us.


  
 
 
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Edit - Never mind - I fixed it for you :icon_queen:

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Is that it for the Mkhitaryan 2 forum. Are we all posting on here from now on? Just logged on to see how we all felt that the wekend went. Pretty crap I am sure you will all agree (apart from Harlow obviously). Still think we could do with a genuine wide player for those frustrating games when teams "park the Bus". And I would be happier with another CB, but AW does not see it my way.

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Bernard wrote:
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Hello Bernard. Whilst reading this forum around the time the draw for the last 16 of the CL was made I rememeber you disimising Milan's chances against us.

I don't recall dismissing Milan's chances against us at all. In fact I'm pretty sure I said it would be close, either way, which I expect it to be. All I do remember saying is that of the first placed teams we could have been drawn against, I'd have only preferred to have got Porto than Milan and I stand by that. But that's not the same thing at all as 'dismissing' their chances against us.

Morning Bernie,

The way we have played in recent weeks; the lack of fluidity, players like Cesc and Hleb not at their best, RVP's ass full of splinters from the treatment table etc, makes me apprehensive about the Milan game. We've done well to still pick up as many points as we have in the last several games, we've been way below our best.

We need to find our form and fluidity again and quickly. Games are coming thick and fast and the importance of each and every game is beginning to build. If we don't raise our game soon we may find ourselves unceremoniously dumped out of the CL and losing ground in the PL. In hindsight we might discover that the CC and FA cup were our best route to a trophy this season.


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Post #263  Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2008 9:14 am 
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gunrider66 wrote:
Is it just me or is the wait for next sat to see how the team reacts dragging on :mr100_IsBruceLeeX:

Seems really odd not having a midweek game doesn't it. Yes it will drag. Hopefully it will give the team a chance to recover, regroup and push on..


team needs a shake up LTG - doesn't hurt to know sometimes your not guaranteed a start


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Post #264  Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2008 9:16 am 
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This is a test. :icon_biggrin1:


That is the best post you have made in ages :icon_clown:

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Post #265  Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2008 9:20 am 
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Is this a parallel universe? I enter the new forum to be greeted by Decaf! Have you all been in here for months while I’ve been scrabbling around on the old forum?


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Post #266  Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2008 9:24 am 

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The way we have played in recent weeks; the lack of fluidity, players like Cesc and Hleb not at their best, RVP's ass full of splinters from the treatment table etc, makes me apprehensive about the Milan game.

I'm apprehensive about it as well socrates. But I'd probably be even more apprehensive about it had we got drawn against any other of the first placed options we could have got, aside from Porto. My point at the time was that Milan were the second best draw we could have got, and I still think that's the case.


  
 
 
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Hey Decaf. Nice to see you back.

Harlow, are you in love with Gunfire or something as you're becoming more than a little infatuated?

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so when will this forum replace the old one totally - still see ppl like hoddgooner posting in the old forum...


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Post #269  Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2008 9:41 am 
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Rog, Congrats on the new site. Hope it will be a successful at the previous ones.
One question, how can i get rid of the aviators etc as i try to make it less prominent looking while at work!! We had an option in the previous forum to diable all the fancy stuff...Is this available on this site??


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Bernard wrote:
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The way we have played in recent weeks; the lack of fluidity, players like Cesc and Hleb not at their best, RVP's ass full of splinters from the treatment table etc, makes me apprehensive about the Milan game.

I'm apprehensive about it as well socrates. But I'd probably be even more apprehensive about it had we got drawn against any other of the first placed options we could have got, aside from Porto. My point at the time was that Milan were the second best draw we could have got, and I still think that's the case.


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Hey Decaf. Nice to see you back.

Harlow, are you in love with Gunfire or something as you're becoming more than a little infatuated?


Nah!!! It will always be you mate :love10:

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The Highbury Years..

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Post #273  Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2008 9:57 am 
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I made a change on the forum to show only 30 posts instead of 40 - I suspect that there is a timeout feature which may be dropping avatars if a page is too slow loading (?)

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The new forum looks good, but is it my imagination or are the posts seem to be in bold. If so can I change it?

It was a depressing football weekend. With us drawing and our two rivals winning. The last time we won the league we bought Reyes and I felt his signing during the Jan window lifted the whole team. What was disappointing about Birmingham was that we didn't really look like scoring again.


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Sorry to be a pain but can someone tell me how to set up the 'last post you read' shortcut?

Also (and without wishing appear ungrateful or to detract in any way from Rog's fine work) is there any way to tone down the colours a bit on here?

I know there's an Australian provenance here and it may be my imagination but there seems to be a lot more yellow now, to go with the green presumably. I'm sure it's just me but does anyone else find it bit of a visual assault?

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Post #276  Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2008 10:10 am 
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Hey Harlow, where did you get that poster?

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Post #277  Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2008 10:17 am 
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Not badly priced...

http://www.edirectory.co.uk/pf/88888/mi ... id/4587708

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Does anyone else find the way this new forum does quotes a bit confusing. Is it possible to have it the same as the last forum?


Hi

Which part do you find different ?
It uses the same BBCode that the old one does -I made it so it posts the same as well
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so when will this forum replace the old one totally - still see ppl like hoddgooner posting in the old forum...

Its a slow secret process, we all come over until Choklit Gooner is the only one left on the other site :laughing6:

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I see Shaun Wright Phillips was arrested abroad yesterday :laughing7: :laughing7: :laughing7: :laughing7:

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