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  1. For all of you verging on obese fans (not me of course - honest) something that your club is doing for you: FIT FANS - EFL Trust Some gentle exercise will keep you alive, it is also good for your head! Have a go.
  2. The solution is simple - all those who argue for more investment in the squad can pay for it from their own pockets. Including wages about £50 million would do, time to put your hands in your own pockets and spend your own money rather than someone else’s.
  3. The only team in a false position is Sheffield Wednesday. I think that highest points score in third place in recent times was 88 points. So 89 would likely get you promoted this season. So you need to win 30 matches. if you lost 16 matches against 8 of the top 10 and won the rest it would still be highly likely that you were promoted automatically. You don’t get refused promotion on the basis of individual results. Should the thread be renamed “Are Norwich in a false position because they lost to Derby”
  4. Your guess is as good as mine. If we look at Birmingham... Because the EFL did not contend for an aggravated breach at the Sanctions Hearing see paragraph 20 efl-v-sheffield-wednesday---decision-on-sanction.pdf
  5. It is entirely up to the Government to set the taxation rules in respect of income and gains arising in the UK, regardless of the residency status of the company or individual. Governments of all political shades have refused to do so. You should turn your ire equally on each and Government that this country has ever had.
  6. Houghton's problem at Forest is that he hasn't had time to spend his £60 million transfer fund, plus wages, that he demands to be in charge, and that's with him being in sole charge of that budget. At least that will be his excuse until January. He will then spend the money. Then he will get sacked less than a year into the job, see recent history, and someone else will want to spend another huge chunk of money in the summer. And people complain about the way that City do things.
  7. Thanks - interesting read. Provides some useful insight into the process.
  8. If anyone is thinking of having a PSA test they should read around the subject and make an informed decision with advice from their GP. Just because you have a right to a test, doesn't mean that it is right to have a test. A high PSA level in a blood test is not a good indicator of having prostate cancer and even more dangerously many men with prostate cancer have normal PSA levels AND THEREFORE IGNORE THE SYMPTONS BELOW. You should always discuss the following symptoms with your GP as a matter or urgency: difficulty starting to urinate or emptying your bladder a weak
  9. I do, they have done and they will continue to do so. A bit like a random Catherine Wheel rather that a surgical strike, but they do seem to try. The highest quality managers are expensive and the already dodgy FFP position would not be improved by the hiring of one. I have to say that having the great Rooney as even a temporary manager is not something that excites the local folk (I live near East Midlands Airport roughly equidistant between Leicester, Nottingham and Derby) in any way shape or form, but personally with the match next week I would be delighted
  10. Then the joys of FFP will bite them in the rear end again.
  11. No need to bite. I believe that, with a a quarter of the season gone points achieved to date is as accurate a predictor of future performance of xG or any related concept. Currently an xG and xPTS table shows that Brentford, Blackburn, Norwich and Cardiff are easily the favourites for automatic promotion. Personally I would hazard a guess that two of Reading, Watford, Norwich and Bournemouth are more likely to be promoted automatically. Happy to wait until the end of the season to find out.
  12. The only statistics that actually count are points achieved, followed by goal difference, followed by goals scored, then presumably the drawing of lots ... There is no award for the best xG performance ... so based upon the measurements that actually count Bristol City are doing fine.
  13. I started watching with 80 minutes on the clock. An incredible hour and a bit later the match was over.
  14. Hxj

    Nagy v Pack

    Much more importantly is there an agreed pronunciation of his surname yet?? On Talksport against Huddersfield they were pronouncing it "Noi" to rhyme with "coy"
  15. Totally unreasonable of you - what about all the other useless players!! I mean DaSilva is useless at attacking, Martin can't score a goal to save his life, Bentley is inconsistent rubbish, Kalas is made of glass, Paterson only turns up 1 in 4 games, Wells has the wrong attitude, Brunt is out of his depth ....
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