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  1. Apologies, I was focusing on the first part of your post rather than the message as a whole and misinterpreted. 100% people should be held accountable and the punishments for drink driving and drug driving should be equally and extremely severe. I do find it extremely ignorant the posters on here exclaiming how awful drugs are and how immoral people such as @Highguy are for doing it, yet will likely smash down copious amounts of booze every weekend like it is any different. More harmful than most drugs if anything but apparently thats fine just because it is legal. Taking drugs does not make anyone more likely to jump being the wheel of a car or commit any crime for that matter. I would argue it would make them far less likely to do something like that. Any responsibility is down to the government, who could quite easily follow suit in looking how other countries have addressed these issues, but thus far they have chosen not to. @Shtanley is 100% correct in what he says. I am sure if they were to become legal the use of cocaine would die down too, which is probably the one drug that really causes ethical issues due to its fabrication.
  2. I would hazard a guess that far more people get behind a wheel over the limit than after taking drugs. From your question I presume you don’t drink? Punishing people for taking recreational drugs is not the future. Decriminalisation and toughing down on dealers is.
  3. He has an ACL injury, it would be naive to put our eggs in the “Afobe can change our season when he is back” basket.
  4. Who is duff? We've spent a lot less than we've sold the last few years.
  5. I think the point is that there are bigger earners like Wright who is our 5th choice CB. I would hazard a guess that Moore and probably Williams are on far less.
  6. I imagine at 22 this kiddy will probably get sold this coming summer?
  7. I ate three truffles and saw us playing a good half. Then again I am sat at home on the sofa!!
  8. Literally 6 threads down from yours
  9. Caulker was an absolute monster for us, he went on to play for England and had loan spells in the Premier League. An absolute non story, I'm sure he was hardly speaking to his parent club about going to the Casino at 3am when he was trying to make it in the game. At the end of the day, the loan club is not responsible for the player's professionalism. The parent club wants to see that the player has what it takes to make it, obviously they want them to go to a decent coaching setup, but ultimately it is the player who has to show he can step up.
  10. Literally just lit up a game playing on the left against Wigan. Looked to give us proper balance when he played on the left of a 4 as well.
  11. Pereira is a better full back, Hunt a better wing back.
  12. The rubbish react...taken from us too soon...
  13. If the transfer forum is to be believed, Vydra finding some "special K" in Bristol and signing on loan for the rest of the season.
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