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  1. Fandabidopey
  2. Is it part of the EFL's criteria of "fit and proper" that applicants are required to have some allegations of dodgy dealing, pretend money , tax evasion/avoidance , pending trials or convictions, because it certainly seems that way! "So Mr Forinona, you don't appear to have ever been accused of anything illegal. You're not really what we hand in mind. You didn't by any chance inappropriately touch someone during the 1970s did you? No? Oh that won't do at all. Sorry. Next..."
  3. Don't store data on PCs, only servers, preferably virtualised. Protect them with a backup solution like Shadowprotect. It can take incremental backups every 15 minutes so you can roll back to before the attack with minimal loss. Also it can replicate to an off site server so if any backup files onsite are affected you're still OK, or use drive rotation as some ransomware can also encrypt attached USB drives. Having brought a few companies back from the brink after these attacks I've learnt you can never have too many backups! These viruses tend to leave the OS alone in the main, so often you only need to restore data not whole machines. They need the machines to run so you can see their demands!
  4. Oooh I could punch a Hors d'oeuvre right about now, whilst reading this thread and enjoying the cock tales.
  5. Brighton lap of honour wearing hashtags on their shirts. How very 2016. Presumably had to leave the #Champions! ones in the kit bag.
  6. Flinty got Motm but have they awarded the Oscar yet?
  7. Johnson out...soon hopefully Get well soon GJ!
  8. Don't care as long as it has these on it!
  9. The usual suspects!!
  10. "..stadium hopefully on its way.."...or this? Hmm. Tough choice
  11. “As a fan, I would like to look at the fans trust’s proposals and think how I can help, but I wouldn’t be involved in anything.” But Hearn’s philanthropy may not extend to waiving Orient’s rent, with the 68-year-old claiming his hands could be tied after he transferred the ownership of Brisbane Road to a trustee-administered pension fund at the end of last year. So that's a No then. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/football/2017/03/01/selling-leyton-orient-absolute-disaster-barry-hearn-launches/
  12. He's now just the honorary president, whatever that means. He sold them to yet another mental foreign owner.
  13. I live in Yeovil and when Manchester United came to visit a couple of years ago there was a bloke in the centre of town (nowhere near Huish Park) despondently pushing a shopping trolley festooned with half green, half red scarves, yours for the princely sum of £10. Saddest sight i ever saw.
  14. Thankfully the press learned their lesson and it never happened again. RIP GT