Is it really that difficult for players to play two games of 90 minutes with a 15 minute break in the middle, with the ball actually in play 40 to 50 minutes per game, twice a week?
I think this is just another push to get the Premier League reduced to 18 teams so they can travel to more midweek Champions league games in an expanded champions League, as this is will worth much more financially to them than domestic fixtures. Or am I being cynical?
Good performance but could have been a goal or two down at half time, a few changes made at half time and the win was never in doubt, Toto and Wilson again solid in defence, Chambo and Kenlock both had good games with few crosses coming in from wide positions, Emyr and Bish controlled midfield second half with the confidence that Dozzell was behind them protecting the back four. There is a concern that on another day we could have been punished in the first half, but Accrington burnt themselves out in the first half and faded badly in the second. COYB's.
Forgot to add, Gwion MOM, he kept the Accrington defence very busy and scared to push forward all game, very good on and off the ball.
Just seen on twitter that Town player of the month is between Dozzell, Toto, Nolan and Bish, I really can't choose one above the others, and harsh on Freddie not to be put forward as well. My first thought was Toto but then decided I could not put one above any of the others, so a five way joint winner for me. Indecisive? No I'm just not just not sure.
Apparently, according to News Night, the only way to get a test slot in the South is to put a Scottish postcode into the system. Looks very much like distance to a test site is being used to limit the number of test's taken up.
On the 14th June 2020 Teresa May tweeted "Today we remember all those who lost their lives at Grenfell Tower, my thoughts are with the bereaved and survivors who fight day in, day out, to ensure such a tragedy never happens again. We in Parliament must do all we can to help them, their loved ones must not be forgotten." On the 7th of September Teresa May voted against putting into law implementing the recommendations of phase 1 of the Grenfell inquiry. She is obviously very comfortable in maintaining the ticking time bomb of another major disaster waiting to happen. Her thoughts for the bereaved and survivors lasted less than three month's!
I overheard a tip today while in the queue at a butchers in Newmarket today, Perfect Inch in the 4:25 at Newmarket, "worth a tenner" was the remark. No idea who they were or how well connected or informed they were. Jockey in all yellow is a problem as always and a predicted 2/1 sp means not a great return for your money either.