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  1. Only if it was used in an official game, which it never will be.
  2. I think I read that it was cancelled as part of the Nathan Baker transfer?
  3. I will honestly never fathom why people get bothered by veggie/vegan food. The biggest fallacy out there is that vegans are all mouthy. In reality, for every mouthy, preachy vegan, there are 10 meat-eaters who whinge about them just as loudly.
  4. The attitudes of the likes of Forest Green are so far ahead of anything today.... in decades/centuries time people will look back and wonder why Forest Green seemed so 'out there'.
  5. My last Reading was in 2015 to be fair but I promise I'm not making it up
  6. Ah yeah in the arena is fine but the campsites at Reading are just so chavvy. I still love it, you just need to be careful. Glasto is so far ahead of any other festival I've been to though. Probably my favourite place on earth.
  7. The whole atmosphere of Reading is just atrocious. I had great fun there but the people there really are horrible little b*stards. At Glasto you can quite easily leave campsite furniture out and about, and there is a real community spirit of wanting to help each other and go out of your way to be friendly. Reading is basically the anti-Glasto, people stealing your camping chairs every two minutes and emptying out your cans from your bins in the hope of getting a drop of alcohol from them. Very, very strange.
  8. I'm not sure if this is indicative of the bookies as a whole - I'd say it's more to do with the fact that most gambling is done online these days. It's no different to finance - banks aren't going away but branches are.
  9. There was rubbish on the Pyramid. Of course there was, it's one of the biggest arenas in the country, playing bands every hour. It's going to happen at any gathering of any kind. What was falsified is the claim that all of the campsites were ****holes, and also the fact that dozens of media outlets used photos of a messy Pyramid field that were quite clearly not from this year (it's incredibly easy to spot which year it's from).
  10. Another one for the Weds + Thurs crew. They're definitely the best days! I'm still on my comedown... At least it's not a 2 year wait this time.
  11. So in short, you're not interested in the truth. Just whatever suits your pre-selected agenda. Says everything we need to know.
  12. People are so desperate to criticise Glasto and it's goers it's actually brilliant. More fool them, the less people trying for tickets the better imo. If you're going to selectively ignore all of the good stuff Glasto does in favour of some litter being left on the main stage (which happens at every festival on the planet) then sorry to say it but you're clearly thick as ****. This was my 5th and my favourite ever. Possibly the best 5 days I've ever had in my life. What a bloody weekend. Although my brain keeps firing and I've had next to no sleep... but it's so worth it. Every single time. The only slight disappointment was Liam Gallagher for me, but the massive highlights were definitely Tame Impala, and the moment that Johnny Marr walked on with The Killers. Genuine goosebumps even thinking back now. Roll on 2020 and dare I say it... Fleetwood Mac?
  13. He will be this season under PL rules. Pretty sure those born on or after 1 January 1998 (his birthday is in April) will be categorised as U21. Could be wrong though.
  14. 100% this. I've been loads of times but only ever seen 2 headliners - it makes me cringe when I see people saying they're glad they're not going because the lineup looks rubbish or something similar. It's about so much more than that.
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