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Loco Rojo

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  1. Probably sitting back reflecting that this is just one game and aren't pressing the panic button. Think this is quite apt. 'Never argue with an idiot. They will drag you down to their level and beat you with experience'
  2. Whilst the Government have been a complete joke and definately incompetent during this, I am equally disapointed at (some) of society who have shown incredible levels of stupidity and selfishness during this pandemic. All too quick to blame anyone else (mainly the Government) whilst themselves ignoring social distancing rules and mixing with whoever they want. Unfortunately we live in a world where it's always someone else's fault and we can no longer take responsibility for our actions. These are the idiots that will cause further restrictions for all.
  3. And unfortunately there are too many of them.
  4. 7 (Seven) different stories about him on the BBC sport football page. So good they gave him seven different articles instead of combining them all in to 1!
  5. Interesting that he thought that highly of Bailey then sent him off to Sunderland. Reading that description of how highly he rated him you'd think he was the first name on the team sheet every week (when fit). Certainly not someone you'd want to get rid of.
  6. Thats The Sun's headline sorted!
  7. It's good that smaller clubs have been testing and trialling it but I'm still not convinved it's safe enough to justify the risks (or the costs to the club). Clubs might be able to stagger entry times and check IDs but that doesn't completely remove the risks of the virus spreading as per some of my examples. I'm not convinced it can be policed safely throughout. This isn't a model where every club is the same and therefore testing it at a few clubs lower down the pyramid means it'll work and deliver the same results at every club. I know you could argue the risks are the same as walkin
  8. I'm not comfirtable with this idea at this stage. Allowing large groups of people to gather just doesn't seem sensible until they are rolling out the Vaccine and just opens up a whole load of risks that just aren't worth it. This feels like another Government initiative badly thought out and no doubt will be badly implemented, leaving it to the clubs to interpret and pick up the pieces. - Creating safe distancing when in your seat is possible in principle but this is heavily dependant on fans being robots sitting in their seats and not mingling - but then how and who polices this during
  9. Next time you're in one of those horrific work 'break the ice' meetings when you have to give a random fact about youself - you can tell them you've appeared on Family Guy
  10. Anyone else just watched the new Family Guy? Pretty sure they just played an insert clip of the City bar celebration scene from a few years ago when it went mental. If you were there - you've finally made it and can say you've been on Family Guy.....gigady!
  11. I think the expectation this season would be to just keep us in the Championship given what's going on right now. Once things 'get back to normal', e.g. fans being allowed in and income streams improving, then I think targets/expectationsre playoffs and promotion will be set.
  12. If we're going to do a lockdown properly and try to tackle the Virus seriously then it has to be suspended - as does all sport. Unfortunately this Government couldn't organise a piss up in a brewery and if its true that schools and Universities stay open regardless then this next lockdown is only a half measure and won't work.
  13. I guess Dean doesn't want to give specific details out to the media as it gives opposition teams weeks/months away tactical knowledge that helps their plans and thats an advantage we don't want to give. At this stage it keeps the opposition guessing when we might have our best defender back and therefore makes their planning a little bit more tricky. Every little tactical advantage helps - and we need lots of help at the moment.
  14. Exactly the same thing happened to me with last seasons ST refund. I kept calling the club saying I hadn't received the refund. They kept telling me it had been processed some weeks before. Eventually I rang the CC company to see if there was anything they could do/see their end and it turned out they'd received the refund and applied it to the obsolete card. Funds were sat there and would still be unless I'd instructed the CC Company to transfer it to my new card - which is with the same CC company. Unbeleivable the CC Company didn't auto transfer it to my active card. Might be worth ringing
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