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  1. Laner

    The truth

    Plus I'm surprised Lee is doing our medicals.
  2. Definitely one of the worst pundits... and with the dross on the radio and TV that's going some. Right up there with Chris Sutton on 5Live.
  3. Way too young to die. RIP And at a time when the sags are all planning how to mock/boo another former player. It's things like this that really offer a reality check and show how silly some aspects of football can be at times.
  4. I wonder if Arsenal's scheme actually causes more problems for people on their waiting list? No point giving-up/not-renewing a ticket as it will probably fund itself through resales.
  5. VAR's role at the moment seems to be to answer one question... "any reason not to award the goal?" rather than reviewing single incidents. Needs to change but I guess the PL are stuck with it as it is for this season. Can't change rules now games have been played.
  6. And those of a slightly younger age will think it's by Vic Reeves and The Wonderstuff.
  7. Well done LJ but as fans we can't start moaning now if opposition players don't put the ball out when our players are injured.
  8. So let's not give them a very central and obvious place to lay the flags - especially as most are St George's crosses with white backgrounds that stand out well on black netting, Blocking the section directly behind and to the sides of the goal is fine. But I'd suggest looking at something else to break-up the sections of netting elsewhere. However, I'd be happy if we concentrated on sorting things out on the pitch first!!
  9. With all the Leeds flags across the black netting I thought they did 'take over' visually yesterday.
  10. Something Flint demonstrated for sure when asked if he wanted his former team to also get promotion.
  11. I did know about the 'can't trick your way around the law' bit, but I'd agree the last bit doesn't make sense. Why can't a player use whatever fancy tricks they like as long as the keeper doesn't touch it? That's consistent with the rules, so I can't see what laws they are trying to circumvent? I wonder if a free kick has ever been given under this part of the rule (i.e. when keeper didn't use hands)?
  12. Teams will still time waste under the new rule. Keeper looks to play it short then,, oh no, hang on I'll kick it long and then wait for defenders to move further up pitch. Bit like Fielding used to do with players looking for it short.
  13. Wouldn't that be a back pass? Same as if a player took a free kick from outside the box under the old rule and just kicked it back to the keeper.
  14. I wonder if people renting their drives actually adds to the parking problems around the ground? Luckily, I live only a few minutes walk to the ground and happily let a friend park on my drive, next to my car. But I suppose I could move my car and park on-street early Saturday morning and then charge someone to use my drive? Result = one less on-street parking space, all for the potential of making a few quid.
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