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  1. Measure what you can, evaluate what you measure, and appreciate that you can't measure the majority of what you do.
  2. Just listened to it now for the first time. It was great, thanks for the heads up!
  3. Holden, I’m coming. Sorry. Got a bit excited.
  4. I’ve considered it but I think I’d be more in love with the dream than the reality.
  5. If you’ve tried Zone 2 training for longer than two weeks, you’re more experienced than me I’ve never really run with music as I felt it masked my footfall and I would come down too hard. That said, there is absolutely no chance of that happening right now as I pitter patter around at a pace that feels insanely slow. I’ll give the lower bpm music a shot and see if it helps. Thanks for the tip! Re: your blog post questions posted on Tuesday, I’ve built up quite a library of running books with an interest in vintage training guides - Percy Cerruty, Franz Stampfl, Guy Butler, Joe
  6. I never check the non-football thread so only just realised this was a thing. Great to see so many City supporting runners! I run mountain ultras with a preference of 100 miles and up. So far I’ve run on every continent except Antarctica. There is a 100km race there that I’m planning to do one day but last time I checked the entry fee was 18,900USD which I can’t really justify right now. Races I’ve competed in to-date include: The North Face 100Km (now Ultra-Trail Australia) x3, Great North Walk 100 Miles x2, Northburn NZ 100 miles, Ultra Trail de Mont Blanc 100 miles x2, Ultra
  7. Only Gold available in Australia. They’ve done a distribution deal with Cooper’s Beer. It was in the classic bottle until a few weeks ago, now it’s in cans. I’d just cracked one open here in Sydney, when my mum sent me a photo from her walk through the Thatcher’s orchards.
  8. Reminds me of this story from Brazil: https://www.google.com.au/amp/s/amp.theguardian.com/world/2017/sep/30/brazil-football-worst-team-in-the-world-ibis
  9. Between the Man U and Man City games, I had a dream that Matty Taylor scored the most important goal in Bristol City’s history. It was a night game and we were in a black kit.
  10. It's all proportionate. I'm a bit drunk, so I'm probably going to mangle these "facts" but... I think Gordon Strachan was the most expensive signing for Manchester United in real terms. As mentioned above by @RedDave the balance of fee to revenue is important in these things. Strachan's fee in relation to overall club revenue at the time was ridiculous. I also remember reading something - possibly The Secret Footballer - which recounted the storyteller having lunch with Manchester City's Director of Football. Man City were signing Robinho at the time for silly money and a silly salar
  11. Last season at Fleetwood it was the Cod Army vs the Dog Handy.
  12. Anyone watching in São Paulo? Keen for a catch-up if you are.
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