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  1. In which case the flow of logic suggests that should Massengo be sold in the summer we now have an able replacement tied in for two (+1) years.
  2. No one likes us and we don't care.
  3. Is FIFA a card game now? Surely Fam has been in the game since it was released? Last game I bought was FIFA 2003 - Davids, Giggs and Bobby Carlos graced the front cover and it was quality. Yes, yes I know I am old and shouldn't care about this, but I'm genuinely wondering why everyone is excited?
  4. Slightly harder to get into England's midfield though isn't it. Really not comparable when you consider the pool of players Southgate picks from compared to Giggs. I suppose Smith might be eligible for Jamaica but I really couldn't say for sure.
  5. I think Morton will be out on loan again next season. He's been doing well by all accounts but with the other midfielders we have I can't see him being in the first team next year. What this new contract does is give us some great cover if we lose any of Brownhill, Nagy, Massengo, or Smith to injury or to the market. Walsh - I honestly wouldn't want ti try and predict what's going to happen with him. He's building a cracking highlights reel this season but does he offer anything that we otherwise don't have?
  6. Words to make the skalds proud.
  7. 15 years of listening to and watching Brass Eye, David Brent, Parks & Rec, and Alan Partridge has absolutely ruined LJ's musings and ramblings for me. "show me your friends, I'll show you your future". His "bubble of philosophy". "I went to Cirque du Soleil, they've got 5 motorbikes in a sphere going round and they don't collide. You've got to have that rapport. It's the same in the SAS." (paraphrased that one). I mean...maybe it's all correct but it's just the phrasing.
  8. Even shoplifters still need to enter the shop. JL make it pretty clear that they are "...delighted to...open our doors to supporters from City, Bears and Flyers.” That's it. The sentence ends there.
  9. Yeh. When you consider that January is only 5-6 weeks away anyway I see what you mean. But it's positive from the angle that there seems to have been no set backs, he seems in track, possibly ever so slightly ahead of track. After the Kalas, Nagy and Smith delays this is a welcome bit of good news.
  10. Is it easier to be a junior player settling into a midfield that includes players from Juventus, Real Madrid and Manchester Utd than be the senior player in a midfield comprised of guys from MOL Feherver, Legia Warsaw and RB Salzburg?
  11. Needs a bit of searching but basically search "Under the Cosh" on any podcast platform. Interview starts 11 minutes in. The first 11mins is just advertising for patreon and some sort of Last of the Summer Wine parody.
  12. Same on every podcast I listened to this week.
  13. Some positive news on the injury https://www.bristolpost.co.uk/sport/football/smith-dasilva-hunt-latest-bristol-3554896 "The left-back underwent a scan on the fractured tibia which has kept him out since the opening game of the season on August 4 and all signs appear positive. Dasilva's original expected return date was five months - which was January - but providing there aren't any further complications, he could be back before 2020. "He's going well," Holden said. "He's in a real tricky part of his rehab. He's back on the grass and back at it. Still 1-to-1 training away from the group but he's got to get these next few weeks without any setbacks. "We've got to be clever in terms of how we manage him but he's definitely on the way back up, no question about that." When asked if it was weeks rather than months, Holden added: "I would hope so.""
  14. Definitely developed a soft sot for the Magyars since Nagy came to us. @Hunsupport has also been a great addition to the forum.
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