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  1. So, from Holden's pre-Barnsley interview, it looks like Morrell is off. I'd have liked to have seen what he could do but I'm not gutted. Walsh, on the other hand (who looks like he's staying) I'd have been crestfallen,
  2. Two very good interviews. I'd not disagree with any of your conclusions.
  3. I'd suggest that Daniel Levy's reputation as a tough negotiator may have prevented Spurs from signing a few players. I have no experience with the football industry but I did use to work in the music industry. It is rare that there is a situation where both parties have an equal bargaining position, particularly when signing young artists. The record companies that tried to exploit their bargaining position the most over young acts at an early stage were the ones that were most often involved in litigation and lost out when they got really big. If we are using the current situation with
  4. We all (or most of us) support the club more than any one player and for the vast majority of us that support is unconditional but, speaking for myself at least, I also want to see the club doing the right thing by staff. It makes me more comfortable in my support feeling that we aren't in it to screw employees over. Plus, it seems to me that if a club is seen to be too tough on negotiations it will eventually bite them on the backside. Recent Spurs is a case in point in my opinion.
  5. I can confirm that you'll always find Super in the kitchen at parties.
  6. The government are encouraging people to go to pubs FFS. I appreciate I'm in a different country, one which , unlike the UK, seems to have dealt competently with the virus, but surely that is a massive overreaction? In any event, surely he just needs to say he was meeting his optician?
  7. I think 99% of the people on here want City to do well. Some of us were sceptical about the appointment of Holden but decided to support him and are delighted to see him doing well so far. Credit to Dean, Ashton and SL for that. How you can give credit to LJ for the way we are playing right now though frankly beggars belief.
  8. I was watching with a Newcastle fan who was embarrassed (but obviously delighted) with that VAR decision. VAR is an absolute pile of horse manure.
  9. Villa have been very, very good. We won't be playing the likes of them very often (if at all) in the Championship. It's a bit premature to write off players on the basis of being outclassed by a Prem team. Anyway, I'm going to bed. Hopefully, that will remove a jinx. COYR!
  10. Villa are very, very good. As a team we are being outplayed but some players (Semenyo for one) are playing really well. The challenge is to identify who is doing well despite the relatively poor team performance,
  11. Very happy with that lineup. Also, super pleased that Moore is captain.
  12. I was as sceptical about Holden's appointment as most but I have to say that he is turning me around very quickly.
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