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  1. Doubtful, mate. Can't see it meself: "If any persons to the number of 12 or more unlawfully, riotously, and tumultuously assemble together to the disturbance of the public peace and being required by any Justice by proclamation in the King's name in the exact form of the Riot Act I, George I, Sess. 2 c. 5 s. 2, to disperse themselves and peaceably depart, shall to the number of 12 or more unlawfully, riotously, and tumultuously remain or continue together for an hour after such proclamation shall be guilty of a felony. The Form of proclamation is as follows:- Our Sovereign Lord
  2. Well yeah, they could, if all they saw was "Chris Hughton, football manager." But they - or we - don't. So until we do ......
  3. What do you find humorous generally, as a matter of interest?
  4. Lez, mate. Get some sleep. See you in the morning. .....
  5. Their crowds are shite, that's one reason why. 12k last season. And last two seasons they have been promoted to the Prem they have only averaged 17k. They are not a big club.
  6. I think "coloured" denotes more ignorant times, and was a term white folks used to describe black folks. It was a way of saying black people were tainted, or stained almost, in some way. Not quite right/as pure as us white folks. Like yer sheets not being whiter than white. "People of colour" came after, I believe, from the US, and was deemed more respectful for a time, but was actually in the Oxford English dictionary in the late 1700s (so, probably a bit dodgy originally), and not without controversy now (yes, it's a minefield). I don't believe it is universally popular with black peopl
  7. Disagree. Lee is 39, he could be back here in ten or fifteen years, when Jon is owner and Steve is, er, ......
  8. Ok, but if you want to include West Brom then it is important to add that it was a cup game, against a Premier League side. Not a priority, in other words (ie Wilbs started, Kodjia on the bench; Little instead of Ayling, Max instead of Richard O'Donnell etc). What is interesting in looking back at that short period between Cotts going and Lee starting is how Pemberton was able to instantly transform our defence and give us a base upon which to build. As we remember he swept away Cotts' 3-5-2 thing and employed a basic 4-4-2. And in those 4 league games, we conceded 1 goal
  9. Let's get this right. Cotts last game was Preston, 1:2. Pemberton then had four games: Middlesbrough 1:0 Leeds away 0:1 Birmingham 0:0 Charlton away 1:0. Two wins and a draw, in four games. Lee took over after Charlton and his first game was Ipswich.
  10. Lee has a chance now of being in the Europa League by 2021, which is where he saw himself when asked in 2016 (assuming he takes up the/one of the Prem jobs he could've taken)
  11. Yes, instead of gestures before kick off and slogans embroidered on shirts, first try not employing racists and convicted thugs as managers and assistant coaches. Like in almost any other profession.
  12. Women coach, yes, I agree. Women manage, too.
  13. And yet, without Afobe, after we beat Fulham in December we were joint third, level with Fulham. Eight points off the top (Leeds). We struggled a bit after that but then recovered and in the middle of February we beat Derby with contributions from new signings, including Wells, and with two thirds of the season gone we were seventh, level on points with 6th placed Preston, and just three points, one win off second place Leeds. We made ground on Leeds, without Afobe. Going into the final third of the season, an automatic promotion place is within touching distance. With new additions
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