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  1. Not sure what my personal take on it is - as mentioned by others, its a highly complex issue - but I will vouch that I have a few doctor friends who are saying the same thing and that it is quite a common opinion within the profession apparently. I'm sure its probably a divisive topic between healthcare professionals and many dont think that way, but there is definitely concern that more people are being harmed by lockdown/restrictions than being saved.
  2. agreed. The pandemic has highlighted the unsustainiabilty of the football industry. It needs to be reformed now, rather than ask for the government to use tax payers money to keep the house of cards standing.
  3. That tekkers from Martin shouldn’t be allowed on before the 9pm watershed. Filthy!
  4. SedRA


    Yeah, as soon as I saw Harry had started a Nagy post, I sighed.
  5. As soon as Bakinson comes on he looks like he’s in control of the midfield
  6. Looked very impressive when he came, haven’t seen a player of ours take control of midfield like that for a long time. Don’t want to put too much pressure on him, but excited to see how he kicks on.
  7. Not a bad start to the season for him
  8. Thought he has come across a bit of knob sometimes in the past, but he's a young guy and definitely agree its nice to see him making this move.
  9. That’s what you thought about when you woke up?!
  10. Never forget that the players chose 7 Nation Army.
  11. I was talking more about being attractive to the clubs not the player. It’s pretty well known we already have a good rep for young players to come on loan, and PL clubs will see value in their players coming to work with the ex England youth coaches. And whilst youth players are on decent wages, it’s probably similar to top end champ players. I’m not saying it’s what I’d want, it’s just my guess on what the board might be thinking.
  12. I’m thinking they’re trying to get ahead of the curve with all the financial limitations due to covid. Attract high quality PL youth players with the lure of working with the (ex) England coaches (whom lots of them will have worked with before) rather than risk spending money on more experienced championship players. Could be a smart mov, could fall on its arse.
  13. It was a long time. But they also won the Champions League twice, FA cup and League Cup as well as two more Champions League finals, a Europa League final, FA and League cup finals and coming close to the Premier League a number of times. A lot more exciting than mid table pretty much every season for the past 35 years, which I think is @Galway Red’s point
  14. Our Joe does like a worldie.
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