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Keith Keane

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We have missed out on Heslop, but even better news is that Keith Keane has re-signed for the Hatters with a new 2 year contract.

Bring on next season!

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posted Jun 10, 2010

I cannot believe it! Just heard the news. Wonderful! There is a real believe in the squad that this club is going places!

Keane should be given the keys to the town, maybe a knight hood?

I want his babies!!!!

I'll even let the big guy spend the night with my wife...... only don't tell her!!!

All we need now is Emile Heskey to get injured and my summer is complete!

Thank you so much Keith for committing your self!

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posted Jun 10, 2010

I am a Stevenage fan but I have to say that Luton are the most likely to get promoted next year. But then again that's what everybody said last season

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posted Jun 10, 2010

Trojan. There's a letter in my hand addressed to Mrs. T regarding your last posting.

How much is it worth to you for me not to post it.

Now where did I put those stamps................

runrun

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posted Jun 10, 2010

Good luck next season Matt.

Even without Drury and Bostwick* you should have enough about your squad to do well.

*I am not suggesting that he's coming here, but he is certain to leave

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posted Jun 10, 2010

Crumps. How fickle are the Oxford fans on both ours and their own board ?

For the first part of last season when they were winning every game, Chris Wilder was the Messiah to lead them to the promised land.

Suddenly, for a prolonged period, the club couldn't buy a win. Guess what ? Wilder suddenly has completely lost the plot, and we read comments along the lines of "all we can look forward to with him in charge is yet another let down and a further season next year in the BSP.

Then, a resurgence of form and a quick rise into the play-off positions, punctured only by defeat at KR. Wilder, again, becomes the best manager by a Country mile, not only in the BSP but also leagues 1 and 2.!

Makes you smile, eh !

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posted Jun 10, 2010

They're a funny (peculiar) bunch.

Smug and self-righteous, think we're actually interested in their views on our club (note to Oxford fans: we aren't, we are not the same as you)

Criticise our fans for being unpleasant, yet have a very nasty hooligan following themselves.

Seem to think that 50 years of league history, with one short successful phase funded by 'aquired' pension funds, is the equivalent of 125+ years, with lots of good (and some bad) times.

And able to wobble like crazy and panic like mad (as you point out) one minute, then claim to be solid as a rock the next.

Odd.

Unwelcome.

And very, very tedious!

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posted Jun 10, 2010

Still worth a 10 bet at 20/1 to win Div 2 though. Go on you know it makes sense. I could be really brave and make it a double with luton winning the BSC, but don't want to lose my money. Ha ha (banter not malicious) Good luck for 2010/11 sadface

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posted Jun 10, 2010

Banter we can accept and return in full. It's the personal abuse and insults we won't take.

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posted Jun 10, 2010

Can I just take this opportunity to say

Keano! Theres only one Keano! Theres only one Keano! Theres only one Keano!

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posted Jun 10, 2010

Well I will stand that bet any day. Ben Purkiss, FFS.

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