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CotswoldRed

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  1. His looks and his eyebrows.
  2. Indeed. For me there are too many people these days who feel cheating is part of the game and that football is little more than pantomime. If that floats your boat I'd suggest WWE wrestling. Football today stands out like a sore thumb against just about every other sport. No integrity, abuse of officials, constant whining from misinformed ex-players. It has become anti-sport. There isn't another sport like it for being so far up its own back passage.
  3. Cheerio Colin. One less advocate of cheating in the game. Until the next cheat replaces him. Sorry. Simulation, not cheating.
  4. Is your view on the role strictly your own or one that reflects UEFAs definition and, therefore, BCFC's obligation?
  5. I'm with RR. I've been in jobs before where, for all the effort and ability, my employer hasn't given me the tools or authority, based on budgetary constraints or whatever. He may be the perfect bloke, but BCFC's continued apathy to the role means its doomed.
  6. ****ing hilarious. If you've tried your hand at both I'll listen.
  7. Not the most popular sports but Motorcycle Racing and Cycling sit above football for me.
  8. Maybe we could cover the Hungarian FA's expenses for their next round of games. Just to be nice, like.
  9. Lots of words LJ. Just do the basics right sometimes. Please.
  10. Yes, like not driving. (Ditto not flying, unless business perhaps). We all have a choice how much we pollute to an extent. Most people seem to think their pollution is more excusable though.
  11. I take it you don't fly by jet then RD? I'd rather you stopped that given the option, if indeed you do.
  12. I'd love to see an allowance on how much any driver is allowed to drive outside of business. The capability and software are ready to go. Something like 5,000 miles max per year Social Domestic and Pleasure. Clearly lost of caveats and clauses needed but we've got to stop unnecessary journeys. Regardless of pollution, traffic makes every city, town and village an unpleasant place to be and most journeys I would argue aren't strictly necessary.
  13. Exactly. So long as they can secure votes, they have very little interest in investing in public services over the long term unless a huge number of votes materialise. Helping the homeless secures very few votes so they don't bother with it. Etc. Arguably, that's a problem with the electorate more than the council.
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