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  1. If multiculturalists ran zoos, and put all the animals in together, it wouldn't take long to see it didn't work. Yet they believe that's how our country should be structured. Birds of a feather flock together. That's just how it is. Yet if anyone speaks out about it they are branded racist. It was a massive social experiment which went wrong, but the days of being able to do anything about it are long gone. And the silent majority, who were never asked if that's what they wanted, are left to pick up the pieces.
  2. There seem to me to be two types of team that make it up. One is the side with money or with a couple of star quality players who already have the know how to play their way out of the Championship. The other is the workmanlike side where the manager gets them all playing together and they punch above their weight. Either way once they reach the promised land its very difficult to hang on to their elevated status. Palace and Swansea and, this season, Newcastle are examples of the first. Burnley were a good example of the second, and Huddersfield will be if they make it. My point is we're definitively not in the first category and top players won't come here because of it....Dwight Gayle as a good example. Neither do we appear to have a manager to galvanise a run of the mill bunch of players into a unit full of self belief. Which is more likely to happen? I can't see SL funding a multi million team build, it looks as though the plan is to build from youth. So whatever the fans want, they will have to be patient and hope over the next 4 or 5 seasons we can build a side which can mount a serious challenge. And pray for a Tammy 2 to make the journey a bit more fun along the way.
  3. I've read some s**t on here over the past few weeks, but not much tops this.
  4. Thought you meant Tony Mowbray..... must be a record having a hand in two relegated clubs in the same season!
  5. Yes, but only over a certain age.
  6. A better gesture would have been a complimentary beer. This is like dressing Harold Shipman as Father Christmas for a party at an old folks home.
  7. Calling this some kind of celebration is like going to a Michelin starred restaurant and finding out someone has pissed in the soup.
  8. Hopefully we'll at least be spared that Blackbird drivel as we all run for the exits
  9. Ok

    Jesus wept.
  10. I bet the London 2012 organisers must have such regrets whenever they hear the Wurzels blackbird song.
  11. One man's meat etc.
  12. Just a bit! It beggars belief how such crass drivel has any place anywhere now. No doubt some old timer will say that its traditional, but l'd say its a tradition they could do without. It makes me cringe.
  13. Any move to increase the amount of Wurzels songs would get my vote.
  14. Round and round we go indeed. Deja vu. How tiresome.
  15. Leave her alone. These days you just can't make enough from selling clothes pegs and lavender.