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exAtyeoMax

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  1. I had it on really quiet so nobody else could hear, there was no punching the air this time, just a bit of swearing!
  2. On the National Express back from London, forgotten my headphones
  3. Are any of the clubs involved sponsored by EasyJet?
  4. An interesting concept. How would it work? Would they play weekly? hmm how to alienate your local fan base. I guess they’d have to go and support someone else (I know some Spurs fans who now go to a league two club because they can’t get tickets for Spurs). if it does go ahead can just go back to the old four divisions?
  5. That's where I thought it was…we were stuck in the queue up towards West Town Lane… Thanks!
  6. Somewhere on the A4 Bath Road, between Parkside Hotel and St Brendans, can't remember exactly.
  7. exAtyeoMax

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    You obviously mean profession. It would still be on her terms...
  8. exAtyeoMax

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    It’s not about being nicer, it is about treating her professionally and with respect.
  9. exAtyeoMax

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    You’re certainly not allowed to touch a woman in a professional situation in her place of work.
  10. exAtyeoMax

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    I’ve seen players touch the officials many times, possibly not so convincingly as this...around the back of the neck. Could be seen as an unconscious attempt to control and impose authority through a passive sexual advance. Obviously it’s going to be different because it’s man/woman.
  11. I had to download the nhs app to go to the hairdresser, they also took my temperature. Those kinds of steps would have to be taken at the turnstiles at least. I had to wear a mask at all times. there would be no alcohol, and possibly no food on sale, bring your own if absolutely necessary. they’d be no singing section and if people don’t comply they’d have to be asked to leave.
  12. …and "corner ball" it's a corner. It might have been him last week…
  13. JB was on something recently, probably on YouTube. I used to love his telly programmes in 1970s
  14. That was because the men were conscripted, not really because of financial problems. I guess I was wondering how the league and individual clubs coped with the disruption.
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