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  1. With family from Kerry and O’Leary as a surname, I suspect he feels some affiliation.
  2. It was like Ashton Gate with the non stop Wurzels medley. A good day out.
  3. IF we are after Szmodics, would that suggest he’s an alternative to Palmer?
  4. I’ll be in Greece 4-18 September, so please arrange for Hull and Middlesbrough away matches then. Thanks for your efforts.
  5. “Switching channels” - where a quarterback type midfielder alternates diagonal balls to left and right channels. On BBC or Sky.
  6. We have to have something to think about on our way to Lords on Saturday.
  7. I haven’t seen anything about this in here, but apparently the Mail (and others) are saying that Sarri is on the brink and Chelsea already want to replace him with Derby County’s Frank Lampard (to coin a phrase). Now that would be a gamble.
  8. No, assuming the attacker is in front of them, they still have to stay the minimum distance away from the ball
  9. I hate 4, or any suggestion of penalising accidental “handball”. The whole point of the rule is to penalise players who cheat by deliberately using their arm to control the ball, not to penalise a defender who, in jumping for the ball, naturally raises his arms then gets hit by the ball (possibly from behind).
  10. Thanks for the gratuitous insult. Did you notice the question mark at the end of my sentence? It was a genuine question. The population of Barnsley is probably more committed to Barnsley FC than the population of Bristol is to Bristol City. Ever considered that aspect of small town community dynamics? And yes, Burnley FC is possibly more important to Burnley than Manchester United is, overall, to Manchester.
  11. Percentage of the local population that turns out to watch them?
  12. Can’t agree. Look at how the leagues in smaller countries like Scotland and Holland have been sidelined by the money in (particularly) England and Spain. A European Super League would have to be a self contained bubble (promotion and relegation couldn’t work). It would suck all the money and best players out of all the other systems and become a superheated version of the EPL. The residual leagues would lose all their status and publicity. Disaster. Sure, smaller clubs could win it, but nobody would care. The chance for eg Ajax to break into the elite would disappear. What we have now is better.
  13. So how did we sell LK?
  14. No I’m sure we bought Dicky Tanner and Dieter Spiring from Liverpool who were World Champions.
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