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  1. This is actually the story of neo-liberalism playing out. The big fish at the top, have different rules to the rest. Have access to more resources and aren't really interested in the small fry, as long as the system works to their advantage. As is becoming rapidly apparent, infinite economic growth on a finite planet is, frankly improbable. And so we have things like Climate Change and COVID, which correlate to the rise of neo-liberalism across the world. We've destroyed nature, and now nature is starting to eat us.
  2. I think I heard on the radio last week that when the PL was formed, the EFL rejected a clause that would give them 25% of the PL revenues... ...that might be handy right now
  3. This. @Davefevs and stats
  4. yes, like that. one goal in ten games (rounding up) for BCFC. should have a better ratio IMO.
  5. Just saying. Isn't it amazing what a little freedom can do for players. Can you imagine if he was actually allowed to shoot playing for BCFC?
  6. I'm a newbie to the podcast - I must say it has me in fits of laughter. I enjoy the format, and to be fair, the reflection on where we were at with LJ, I think is fair. I'm not a regular at AG and I've seen some tripe served over the years (since 1982). But the one game I went to last year (Blackburn) was, to be blunt, worse than terrible. It was dull, so dull in fact, that a foggy day by the river Tay in Dundee would have been much more interesting. I wasn't a supporter of the Holden decision. But my word, what a breath of fresh air. The young players we have are capable,
  7. I saw a player who came on and changed the game. He was amongst it, winning the ball, and playing simple passes. Box to box. Excellent first game. I think some people watch a different game to me judging by some of the comments in this thread
  8. Hopefully the PR team don't get their grubby hands on him. I liked the fact that he nearly dropped a couple of F-Bombs on live radio. I also liked his emotional maturity and the way he man-manages the players. And you've got to love his down to earth approach. All this ten games in and we'll make a judgement is actually a crock of horse manure. Almost every season in this recent Championship stint, we've had good runs and awful runs. We can easily get off to a flyer be second at Christmas and then capitulate to mid-table mediocrity. I'll measure the achievement at th
  9. @Davefevs, I do like a good depth chart to go with my box entries, fine margins and inches of difference. I said it in another thread. We need a CM and right back.
  10. Ahh, it’s like roulette isn’t it, with only 24 slots. I can say with some certainty that I expect a top 6 finish. To do so we need: a proper hard b*****d in CM a right back I can also say with some certainty, that we will finish in 12-18 position. and if you think Ashton and JL made the “Holden” decision, you’re deluded.
  11. I think this is the wrong title for the thread. replace COVID with HOLDEN
  12. Will you let us do whatever we want, and you face the public and press? [insert answer] If yes, you get the job. If no "next please". What a shambles this is....
  13. I actually don't think Hughton is the right man for the job and given the amount of time the Board is taking to make the decision, they're not sure he is either.
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