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Silvio Dante

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  1. If you go to 39:30 on the above you’ll find the goal in question. Unfortunately with Full Throttle on commentary as opposed to Malone. And for accuracy, the intonation should be “Pick.........(Ball hits net) that one out of the net you boys from Crewe” Recommend watching on mute and playing that in your head.
  2. Yep, undoubtedly. It’s a mix of people who are gym bunnies and those who haven’t run before and are in a real mish-mash of gear - I’m talking 20 year old tops, non running daps and Ill fitting shorts. No problem with that, we’ve all been there, and fair play to them!
  3. Similar front, Kings of Leon. Youth and Young Manhood and Aha Shake Heartbreak great albums, particularly the latter. Dirty, raw, lyrics practically unintelligible. But fantastic. Saw them at Swindon Oasis around this time, fantastic. And then. Haircuts. Sex on Fire. Quasi Bon-F’n-Jovi.
  4. Tan. A ridiculous journey old Steve had. Signed by Pulis as part of his mission to build a squad full of overpaid journeymen. Really did close to nowt well but became a cult figure due to putting it in and not being able to say Mississippi
  5. Southern League (Weston & Yate level) looking to terminate season immediately. To be decided whether null and void or final table worked on ppg basis: https://www.betvictorsouthern.co.uk/News/124013/League-Statement-24th-March-Season-201920-
  6. Saw Rovers trending and thought they’d gone bust. Disappointed to see it was just this
  7. This isn’t a subject for Levity. But Edwina Currie having no idea is very, very funny:
  8. I think they haven’t limited alcohol to three items only in Sweden yet.
  9. To be honest, if and when the season restarts, it’s going to be a lottery. Some squads may have x players unavailable, teams have been training for different timescales and in different formats and it may also be played in a condensed period. I’m calling on this thread for no mentions of what’s happening with COVID - just what may happen after in football on the assumption this season (and playoffs) are finished. Take this as a mental respite. With that in mind. The closest thing I think we can equate the restart to will be as if it’s the start of the season. We’re talking a 6-8 week minimum competitive football break. And here’s the good news. Historically, under LJ, we’ve tended to start well - even after Leeds this year, we were in good form thereafter. More often than not he gets it right at the start of a season. Add in that everyone will be in the same boat as our players who would have needed match sharpness such as Afobe. I’d hope, for that reason, when we restart we may well see us do very well and clinch playoffs.
  10. Why don’t we do “The OTIB virtual 10k race”. Do it as handicap - everyone says what their best 10k time is and then the winner is worked based on how close they get to that? Get everyone out in a weekend, easy to track in Strava?
  11. Really? Off the top of my head, I can remember him trying to introduce unnecessary and unneeded end of the pier acts on at least two of the five occasions. Think on “how many is this” debacle for example. These press conferences have been good not because of Boris but despite him. What people need is surety - not soundbites. That’s why Sunak was so good - clear policy, rationally explained. Likewise Whitty and Vallance. Boris has been bluster, vaugeness and vapid. Bizarrely, the best thing to happen to this country in the last three months was Javid resigning. I can’t say how he would have done here, but it’s apparent that Boris and Dom wanted Sunak as he was easy to control - and in the GE campaign he seemed to be a lick spittle. He’s come in - and has grasped the nettle fantastically - and I say that as a Labour man. He’s clearly realised he is unsackable - losing a second chancellor in 3 months would make the PM untenable - and therefore driven the agenda. You can see it was his work today. In short, things are happening despite BoJo (why wasn’t his first point to clarify Hancocks claim on QT that we had an immunity test which contradicted BoJo claim yesterday for example). He inspires no calm - he’s lucky with Whitty, Vallance and Sunak to give him that but it is really showing up his own shortcomings (NB - I think, realistically, there are now limited guns to fire. I’d probably suggest that daily conferences have limited impact from here and would rather hear a statement from Whitty at 5pm, to be followed by Boris at 7pm if deemed required)
  12. I’m shamelessly bumping this. Now we’re in a position with gyms closed and pretty much any socialising banned, one thing that is allowed - and even encouraged - is running, while still keeping the appropriate distance. In the next few months it’s going to be vital for us all to get out and about as and when we can for our mental well-being so join the Strava club (whether you’re an everyday runner or just need something to help you focus) and push on with your fellow reds
  13. Wage guarantee of up to 80% of wages, up to a max of £2500 per month, backdated to 1st March
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