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Bob Turnip

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  1. I think, using this case as an example, if deemed unintentional and a clear denial of a goal, the ref should be allowed to award a "penalty goal". No cards, no penalty. The current rules aren't fit for purpose.
  2. Some of my faves for the year... Georgiaa - Seeking Thrills Fontaines DC - A Hero's Death Idles - Ultra Mono EOB - Earth The Big Moon - Walking Like We Do Lanterns On The Lake - Spook The Herd
  3. Well yes. When though, just can't recall. He didn't say it in his latest interview did he? I heard him say he wanted someone get us promoted and to carry on the good work done by LJ?
  4. The whole point is it needs to work when "overwhelmed". Like it will be on Saturday....
  5. I've just had an email from Supporter Services stating... "Thank you for your email. I’m told something official should be released tomorrow through our official media channels. Thank you for your patience Kind regards Supporter Services"
  6. It's more to make a point i would say. You'd hope the club would think "we are getting loads of questions about xyz", "maybe our communication could be improved", and that they learn from it. All it needs is a one line statement saying they are looking into it and will confirm by a certain date.
  7. Lenny Kravitz "Sister". And "Believe" from the same album. Ah forgot, singles only - think Believe was released.
  8. New Bristol Brewery are worth a try. They deliver (Bristol only) 3.5 pint containers fresh out of the tank! Lovely stuff. Plus, their stouts are incredible.
  9. Placebo - Bigmouth Strikes Again (The Smiths)
  10. Animal corona type virus's have been observed in animals including bats for years. Plus it's been observed and reported that a lot of chinese practises risk the mutation of the virus enabling it to infect humans. A ticking time bomb were the words used I think. I have no idea what presure was applied following this but so can't comment on that. Do you not think the Chinese goverment should have acted? Whilst the risk was known, the particular strain and it characteristics could not be, so not sure how we could have prepared? What would you have done? I'm not sure I believe we can ass
  11. Also, Intrigue: Tunnel 29 on the BBC Sounds app is very good. "Tunnel 29 is the extraordinary true story of a group of students and refugees who dug a tunnel right under the feet of Berlin Wall border guards to help friends, family and even strangers escape."
  12. My understanding is that a Force Majeure clause needs to be defined in a Contract for it to be referenced as it's not automatically recognised under English Common law. Also, lot's of Contracts have terms defining "events" and how they are dealt with that may normally be classed as "force majeure" without actually stating it. So essentially it would just depend on the wording in an agreement.
  13. If you're into your food and laughing... Off Menu with Ed Gamble & James Acaster (+ guest each week) is excellent. They released episode 50 today, so at least 50hrs to get through!!
  14. It's not jumping the gun though is it. It's reacting to the information (or lack of) provided at the time.
  15. I assume because we have no imunity. Therefore it will spread to more people, meaning more vunerable people will get it, meaning a lot more of them will die.
  16. It's not as simple as that though. That's a 3.6% death rate. Though I believe the current figure is more like 1.3%. I believe seasonal infuenza stands at 0.1%. As the transmission process is the same, I'd sugest Coronavirus could potentially kill a lot more than the flu.
  17. Is it as simple as that though? Be interesting to know how many of his assists came from when he was brought on v when he started. Plus, going on early season performances and with the right players up front, the likes of Palmer would be up there statistically from a creative point of view I would think.
  18. I don't think that's happened before has it? Where do you envisage him fitting in?
  19. He can yes. However, what has he said there that you consider bullshit? I think there are lots of perfectly valid points made. And to think that we pick one player, sit back and do nothing else and leave all our eggs in one basket, I'm pretty certain isn't accurate. It's only us fans that do that!
  20. SL will only sack LJ if we haven't progressed from last season. This suggests that he'll either wait until the end of the season, or if we get into a position where we've no chance of improving. However, I think any decision of sacking will have to be qualified by things such as injuries. For example, should we have had the whole first team injured all season, then it would be, I would say, unfair to sack him for finishing one place lower than last season. Also, you have to consider the dismal football and whether things such as injuries effected it. My view is that purely based
  21. Has he? Explain. All he's done is ask a hypothetical question that no one can possibly know the answer to. Proves nothing. Why should the fa do that. GS wanted to make it public as he should be allowed to. This will die down a lot quicker than if they'd tried to cover it up.
  22. You did defend the players - you said the club was 100% to blame.
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