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  1. Gutted that the Huns won it, but my word have they deserved it.
  2. Don't think anyone of them would be able to provide the required stadia or infustructure. Consider how badly Brazil suffered afterwards, I doubt it's on any of their radars
  3. Annual leave in lockdown. Good job I've 3 more days of cricket to enjoy...
  4. I don't think we're going to need more days
  5. Rather a pitch like this than the pitches in Australia that are so flat it would make a snooker table blush. Still believe that English pitches are the best...if only the 5 days were a cert
  6. How many different ways you can squat. High bar, low bar, front, over head, split, sumo, pause...and that's just one exercise. Would struggle without it as I'm sure many are though. Not even that strong but its therapy through pain. Started running though. That's been good for me
  7. Lucky enough to have a gym at work that is considered essential. Not got loads of kit, but a lot can still be done with compound barbell work. The only thing I really miss is a prowler. Sickening thing but really good.
  8. Always interesting to see who takes over at the old firm. Despite the dogs standard league they play in, they are both in the biggest 10 clubs in the UK and you could make a decent argument that Celtic is top 5. I think Celtic are due a re-build after years of going solo. Young up and comer for me. Jack Ross
  9. I completely agree. It's not an either/or scenario at all. The rot starts at the top with SL. For me he either has to have a serious re-think n how he runs this football club, or give it up. Sadly that'll never happen anytime soon without serious dissent from the fans, which there simply isn't appetite for.
  10. Okay. I'll list the things I think are good compared to 10 years ago. Stadium is better from a financial stand point, kits are nicer, academy players in the first team and sell well, training ground is good. But that is simply not worth the complete lack of 'sense of belonging' that is integral to football...and money is still being haemorrhaged, even pre-covid so not that healthy either.
  11. The reason I feel like this is if you read back over threads on here, other social media, or in chats in person regarding 'bad' owners, there was always an sureness that 'we'd never let their antics slide here'. Remember when Tan first took over Cardiff, and changed their kit to red? There were those who thought it was funny, and those who thought it was sad, but the overwhelming consensus from most was that it was wrong. We mocked the Cardiff fans for their compliance. We'd never stand for it, we said. The same can be said for other poor owner decisions, like Hull's owner suggesting the
  12. Are we excelling off it? Almost everything around the club stinks, even pre covid. We have a clueless, narcissistic owner who is a tax dodger, a CEO who is the slimiest man in football, a fanbase that is entitled and cowardly, and a team that is unrelatable and poor. The club needs a re-think from bottom to top, because nothing good will come from the top.
  13. I will continue to not attend following the scrapping of significantly reduced tickets for disabled supporters. My loyalty is to the club, not the team or SL, so they won't get a penny off me. I believe this season is the first season where disabled fans pay the same. £355 minimum when you may be unable to work (I appreciate disability is a broad term) is a disgrace. If you want to renew then it's your choice, and many will, but anyone who says they'll renew because they love the club too much is kidding themselves. We are the club. If you love the club, you'd stand up for fellow fans, n
  14. Working tonight so will watch it tomorrow morning. Head says Chiefs. Heart says Brady
  15. Not been in years. Love the club but hate those running it. Not got a club feel anymore. Customers everywhere, few fans
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