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|Even in these tame iFollow interviews|
at 10:13 21 Feb 2021
The players sometimes make revealing comments.
James Wilson yesterday :- "We didn't overplay it at the back"
That he felt this was worth commenting suggests that he at least thinks that is what we have been doing.
As well as everyone watching.
at 17:08 20 Feb 2021
well done plucky little Ipswich.
|Lambert 'outing' the club's lack of infrastructure.|
at 14:24 18 Feb 2021
He was trying to put off potential candidates for his job, wasn't he. Paul Cook, Danny Cowley, Nigel Pearson et al who may or may not have spoken to ME about the post will be a lot less enthusiastic about it now they know the structure at the club is unworkable.
at 20:57 16 Feb 2021
Change of manager made them unpredictable, held them for the first half, then really pushed on in the second half to get a shot on target. Playing with ten men made it hard for us, did well to hang on for the point. Really good performance.
|Could he really survive defeat tonight?|
at 11:10 16 Feb 2021
Well, to answer my own question he obvioulsy could given that Evans as stuck with him against the odds thus far. But defeat to Northampton, who are cack, at home, on top of everything else, surely that would make Evans think seriously about what is happeing here. Wouldn't it?
|batten down the hatches|
at 11:05 12 Feb 2021
unexpected snow storm in the Ipswich-Shotley-Sudbury Golden Triangle
|Just out of interest, and to get into some dull detail|
at 08:58 9 Feb 2021
What are the team logistics for a game like tonight's? Do the players all go on the team coach together? What time would they have to leave, especially given the potential vaguaries of the weather. When they they get there do they have a nice comfortable hotel or something to mooch around in for an hour or two? Or is it straight into the dressing room at the away end?
|Watching a documentary about BSE/vCJD on Prime|
at 15:03 31 Jan 2021
Listening to Tony Blair attacking then Tory PM John Major about the government's response:
"Too late at every point in the crisis"
Not much changes does it? The party of the rich and powerful are so blinded by the short term interests of their wealthy backers that they ignore any wider consequences to the rest of us, and inevitably the long term consequences for everyone including their affluent supporters.
Furthermore there was a comparison with the UK's laissez-faire attitude to regulation at the time, not acting until something was proven dangerous, with the precautionary principal applied in the EU. In this case animal products were allowed into the cattle food chain without anyone considering the possible impacts of doing so, and that led to the crisis.
Worryingly Ian Duncan Smith wrote a piece in the Telegraph today in which he praised the virtues of a nimble, post-brexit Britain in which “We can ground ourselves in a common law system where the assumption is to allow things rather than prohibit them."
Oh, and incidentally, pressure is growing to allow animal products back into cattle feed.
Brace yourselves for more homegrown health crisis gentlefolk.
|Pfizer jab side effects|
at 07:49 28 Jan 2021
Anyone heard any more about potential side effects of the Pfizer jab?
In the early days I heard that there could be mild side effects much like a hangover. Since then I have heard little more about it. Until my niece had the jab.
She is in her early twenties and is working in a hospital performing tasks like proning covid patients. Because of this she had the pfizer jab last week and has been off work since then with fatigue, light headedness and an increased heart rate. She spoke to her GP after severa days of feeling like it and the GP put it down to the affect of the vaccination, and commented that she was their third patient like it that day. Which seems quite a lot for a rural GP surgery in North Wales.
I wonder if this was a bad batch or whether such side effects are more common than I was expecting
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