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  1. f me, get a sense of humour - cheers....
  2. Damn, no doubt Fammy's looking at a six game ban for this?
  3. Also, he will have the get out due to the lockdown. Signed the accounts and said he intends to maintain the company for a year in Feb, but that was before he could have known about the current situation, if he does now want to back out, he has the excuse, hasn't just changed his mind etc...
  4. if true, I can see Villa coming down hard, maybe a 2 month ban from playing in or training with the first team?!
  5. yeah, and fans of all other clubs in the country would suddenly love us
  6. I agree re working from home. The only benefit is the lack of a commute, the rest just makes the actual working day harder. But if I couldn't do the vital part of my job that brings the money in I'd be furloughed on 80% pay, max £2,500 pm. Why are footballers different?
  7. And how much we all normally hate international breaks. The lack of club football this weekend is barely noticeable given all that is happening.
  8. interesting, thanks. And no, 6 in 26 it is! :laugh:
  9. I'm an office worker. Doing my job everyday as normal (just from home) and being paid for it accordingly. I am not just doing half-arsed training courses day in day out, keeping myself vaguely ready to start working again in a few months time. That's effectively what footballers are doing at them moment. Professional footballers job is to play competitive matches in front of paying fans. That's what brings in the money that pays their wages. All sorts of workers have to do training in order to perform their actual jobs. Some are still able to do so, others (including footballers) are not.
  10. I prefer the old days when it was champions/fa cup winners into each competition. With the current European competitions, we almost deserve more teams in, for having a more competitive league than most. eg Spain isn't much better than Scotland (2 or 3 way ahead of the rest).
  11. I agree. But they will. Once this ends it won’t take long at all for it all to revert back to money, unfortunately. True, law suits will be brought. But hopefully no courts will give them the time of day....
  12. Presumably, if these players contracts expire, they are not effectively furloughed at that point and no longer qualify for the 80% of salaries...?
  13. I can't see things being safe enough to start again until August/September at the earliest. Can't see how anyone can realistically bring a law suit when the world has been in lockdown for half a year.
  14. You two can fight over the two brests, I'll go for the sultsk Cum on the slutsk, cum on the slutsk!
  15. It's wine o'clock! One advantage of lock down, ain't driving anywhere, so don't need to worry so much about when I drink!
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