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  1. Especially as we are balls deep in the second wave!
  2. I imagine it will be kept under wraps as much as possible so not give away any snippets of information as to what sort of team we can field against Derby
  3. More chance of winning it in that case?
  4. I thought the rule was stopping in the run up is ok, just not allowed to stop in the action of striking the ball, ie trying to dummy the keeper at the last second
  5. Sky Sports app has his lines up behind the front 2 and squad number 6
  6. It says something of the pressure some of the young players are under to try and make an impression, although this way is not 'the right way' to go about it. It's one thing deliberately going out to injure an opposing player but to try and nobble a teammate is despicable.
  7. Might want to get that cough checked
  8. A collective approach is favourable of course - going to take a while for it to be agreeable by all. Hopefully the short term fix of the £50m for L1 and L2 will keep the wolves from the door for those clubs in trouble (in the short term at least).
  9. I guess they haven't rejected their own proposal, it was a leaked document still in development I think, instead they have 'unanimously agreed to work together as a 20-club collective on a strategic plan for the future structures and financing of English football.'
  10. ALL 20 PL clubs rejected the proposal - that is somewhat surprising. Where do we go from here though?
  11. That would be a quality name for a high pressing, high intensity tactic at home - the Ashton Press
  12. Is there a link available to listen back for those lazy gits that can't be bothered to search for it? *ahem*
  13. At the time I think LJ had to put across the case for Tammy to join City and he put the work in and met his parents etc to build the trust so sounds like he was fairly influential in making that happen. He probably would've done just as well anywhere else, except Leeds maybe...
  14. 3-3 FT Well that helped pass a slow afternoon at work
  15. Bit of shocking defending in injury time gifting them an equaliser
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