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Forum Thread Highlights are online at 10:09 13 Nov 2019 VIDEO Was it a tackle or did he mean it? If he meant it, that was a cracking goal.
Forum Thread Isn't the Cup Draw supposed to be on The One Show? at 19:01 11 Nov 2019 They haven't mentioned it yet. Just wondering how much drivel there is to sit through before the real business starts. Edit: Thank fvck. Realised my mistake in time. It's on at The Same Time As The One Show. Not on The One Show. No drivel to sit through.
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Forum Thread Didn't Dion Dublin play for the Nodgers for a while? at 13:00 9 Nov 2019 He has no excuse for not knowing that they have won feck all. (Context: Timmy Mallet on football focus asking Dion Dublin and that ex-arsenal defender whose name escapes me, to name FA Cup winners)
Forum Thread How are homeopathy allowed to practise? at 08:17 9 Nov 2019 It's not just the quackery of their 'medicine' that is an issue. The Telegraph have done an undercover investigation and discovered this. "The majority of the homeopaths told undercover reporters that if they were in their situation they would not give their healthy young children the vaccinations recommended by the NHS." there is more on this front in their report today, not only are they advocating pseudo-scientific nonsense but they are trying to dissuade people from proven effective medical practises. They are dangerous.
Forum Thread Poppy Drops at 13:21 7 Nov 2019 These seem to be a thing now. I have to say, I am not keen on them. Like balloon releases and chinese lanterns it's a few minutes of wonder, then a lot of litter.
Forum Thread Someone dropped a bollck at Schipol airport at 20:34 6 Nov 2019 Reports of a hijacking, airport evacuated, special forces called in , fighters launched. Pilot set off an alarm by mistake, He was probably sleep deprived. I've had bad days at work, I once cost my company £250K by pressing the wrong button, but I think this takes the biscuit.
Forum Thread Gareth Ainsworth has, according to sources*, been chit chatting to Sunderland at 16:56 6 Nov 2019 Could be good for us on one hand, if Wycombe fall away due to the disruption of a new manager coming in, please let it be Paul Hurst, but then there's always the possibility of of Sunderland picking up with him in charge. Still at least they start a few points back. *I saw it in The Guardian.
Forum Thread Just as a matter of interest - Bolton sanctions. at 16:37 6 Nov 2019 Has there been any news regarding football league sanctions on Bolton for failing to fulfil their fixtures last year or unilaterally cancelling the Donny game this year. The position regarding not playing all their games last year in a particular seems to be dragging on. Edit: I have just seen that the EFL should be considering both matters tomorrow. Apparently the football league want the game between Donny and BW played on another date, Donny are not so keen and want BW heavily punished. I agree with Andy Holt the Accrington fella, that BW should never have been allowed to start playing the season.
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Forum Thread Policy question for our Conservative friends. at 08:17 3 Nov 2019 My understanding of Conservative policy is that in general they believe that lower tax and lower is the best approach for the country and that the nation's finances need to be tightly. I kind of see the reasoning behind that approach. What I don't get is why, if that is the best way of managing things, do they suddenly splash the cash when an election comes round?
Forum Thread OI Phil! at 17:09 26 Oct 2019 Check the homepage. I'd love to think we really had beaten premier league opposition but we didnt.
Forum Thread Before Accrington at 17:38 22 Oct 2019 Who were the last team to beat us in the third tier of English football? Goowarn have a guess.
Forum Thread Football for sale at 16:50 22 Oct 2019 I hadn't come across this case before, but apparently football agents Dax Price and Giuseppe Pagliari are on trial for paying and facilitating a bribe. Some of the evidence presented suggests that bribery and corruption is rife within the football world with most managers at a high level expect to be 'looked after' when making transfer deals. The implication is that bribery is commonplace with Neil Warnock and, surprise surprise, Harry Redknapp explicitly named by Price as needing to be 'looked after.' https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2019/10/21/football-sale-agent-told-undercover-
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