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tommybunnett

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  1. That Dulwich Hamlet strip is nice
  2. Straight away this looked like a player/agent pretending to be a Killie fan, trying to drum up some interest on a team's forum. Then this line confirmed it.
  3. I met him once at a charity football event and he said the same about loving his time at Killie. He was a really nice guy with plenty of time for everyone.
  4. Yeah, I agree. It's pretty ambiguous.
  5. I just paid at the same time I returned the form.
  6. Age aside, it was a wee bit footery to fill in.
  7. I just received an email with the application form. It was in my junk folder though.
  8. That was a great read, thanks. I first heard of the ice hockey example in a book, I think it was 'Peak' by Anders Ericsson which is all about deliberate practice. Like the article, his point in the book was that the older players, with the better physical characteristics due to their maturity, get better coaching as the coaches perceive them to be more "talented". It was the first time I'd heard of the growth mindset idea too. It's crazy to think how many good players have been overlooked and how unwilling any team is to listen to the data. If a team really jumped on this, they could do well. edit - spelling
  9. Has anyone heard back about this? I sent an email expressing interest straight away but I've still not gotten a response.
  10. Yeah, that's the one I've got. I think it was the lucky no. thing on the front that I got a prize for. Those were the days, when I thought Killie winning cups and playing in Europe was the norm.
  11. I found this while rooting about some old stuff. There was a competition in one of the programmes and I won a wee killie whisky glass and I think I got this as well. Can't be sure as I was only 12 at the time. I think it might have been the programme for this game as I still have the centenary programme.
  12. This reminded me that I picked up Station Eleven as it was shortlisted (and won) the Arthur C Clarke award in 2015. https://www.thebookseller.com/news/station-eleven-shortlisted-arthur-c-clarke-award There were a few decent books in that shortlist. I also read Europe In Autumn and the Girl With All The Gifts which were ok, but I really enjoyed The First Fifteen Lives Of Harry August. It's definitely worth a read.
  13. That's a cracking book. I've not read any of her other stuff, is it worth reading?
  14. My wife bought me one online before the game in Wales. Unfortunately, it only arrived after we had been pumped out. I still wear it about the house though,

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