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  1. Strangely I heard this theory multiple times online (all the superfans seemed to know this was going to happen already), so when it was announced I can't say I was overly aghast. I was really hoping for something completely unimaginable like Gendry stepping up.
  2. Very disappointing end - went out with a whimper rather than a bang. Boring at times too. I was expecting some big epic plot twist or unusual 'winner' for the Throne. My biggest gripe with it all was ow they glossed over major things i.e. Jon had just killed the Queen, and her devoted army just ignore it "oh well, he's a prisoner now, we'll just let him go". Ridiculous.
  3. Couldn't agree more. Kelly struggled to maintain a spot in the starting XI. Made a number of costly mistakes. Bournemouth turn up with £13mil, happy days, daylight robbery. Let's just hope we spend it correctly this time.
  4. In terms of the episode itself I thoroughly enjoyed it. Plenty of action and great visuals akin the to the Pomepii disaster or something. But as others have said, so disatisfied with how rushed it all feels. So many storylines, characters, moral compasses and big villain deaths all happening wily-nilly without zero thought or good planned writing. Hopefully the final episode can salvage the series.
  5. I always do this. Got 2 cracking blind spots in my car. If I didn't I would have been in multiple accidents.
  6. Can't say it offended me , but first thing I thought when I saw it was "Jees Louise! He's calling the Royal Baby a Chimp!" It seems that was the perception from people of all creeds, regardless of Danny's original intent. Very ill-judged and left the BBC little option in my opinion. Sad though as he is very popular. Also sad that the BBC aren't consistent in their punishments (remember Lord Sugar's Senegal beach sellers tweet?).
  7. They are deluded mate. Like I completely understand if City 'bought' the team from Rovers and re-branded it, but that wasn't the case at all - Rovers washed their hands of the women and cut off all support. Now they are seemingly proud of this fact? Deluded and tin-pot don't cover it!!
  8. Agree entirely - I have no doubt whatsoever he had any deliberate racist intent, he just wanted to share a funny image. That said, these celebrities amuse me in that they do not think or remotely consider what they are doing before they go ahead and open their mouths/write a post. Anyone with brain cells would have thought twice about posting an image that could allude to the mixed race royal baby being a chimp ffs.
  9. So funny. They seem to completely gloss over the fact that they WITHDREW FUNDING (i.e. cutting off support for women's football altogether, leaving it for various bodies to pick up the pieces). Only then did the Women's team go on to greatness.
  10. What a game it was last night! Everything you could wish for from a Champions League Semi-Final. Fair play to Ajax, I was rooting for them. To come such a way with a young squad, low overall cost and many academy/loan players, fantastic to see and a template that many clubs wh spend big and don't yield results can learn from. And of course, fair play to Spurs, what a comeback and they seem to be heading in the right direction finally. Overall this was a huge win for the Premier League showcasing it as the most exciting and arguably best league in the world. Granted you have big teams in Europe, but it's often a 1 or 2 horse race in their respective national leagues. In the Prem it's a lot more diverse and exciting, with multiple clubs vying for the title and often a few surprises (Blackburn/Leicester) along the way.
  11. Hahahahaha so tin pot, so bitter.
  12. Undy English

    Flare

    It's okay, nobody who attends rugby suffers any respiratory problems. Only us football fans have such diseases.
  13. Precisely what I'm predicting, go the way her father went and end up mad. She sees the love and admiration everyone has for Jon Snow. Couple that with the scheming of her closest advisors and undoubtedly some mutiny along the way, she'll end up a paranoid raging mess. No doubts she'll try to burn down the City with all the people in there too, especially as that was her friend's dying wish. Agree on your show sentiments too - still thoroughly enjoyable despite the very rushed feel to it all.
  14. Same here, I enjoy the big battle episodes but the more 'talky' political ones are just as good. Glad to see Cersei back in the mix, hands down the most villainous character that reall adds something to the series. Agree about the pacing though, big jump scenes and the surprise attack - it all feels a little rushed. Starting to think there may be some big twists and turns ahead, notably in the Dragon Queen's storyline; you can slowly see her getting angrier and acknowledging that she doesn't have support of the people. She's also losing the confidence of many advisors.
  15. I enjoyed the episode, action and character developments that came to fruition here (especially Theon and Lyanna) but ultimately when it finished, couldn't help feel a tad disappointed. 8 seasons build up to the White Walkers coming and in a matter of 90mins the top boy has been killed and threat extinguished. That said I am looking forward to the politics of the next few episodes and getting to see the mercenary Golden Company in action. Someone earlier said about Daenerys having no army left. I thought the same and that it would be an interesting few episodes ahead as she has no man-power and will rely on shrewd game-play to get the throne. But I just watched the advert for Episode 4 and there seems to be scores of unsullied marching through the ashes of Winterfell; where the hell did they all appear from??!!
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