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|If you nothing about the teams but were told one was in League 2 last year...|
at 15:55 31 Oct 2020
...you wouldn't think it was Crewe.
Excellent control of the ball, lack of the right pass at the right time stopping them from breaking through more than they have. Should have scored the one Holy managed to fling a big paw to.
Getting sick and tired of Town getting the ball and immediately passing it backwards with barely a glance forwards. We look like we don't really know what to do and are making it very easy for Crewe to get into shape then go again when they inevitably are handed the ball back.
Mick Mills probably calling it right that going behind could give them a serious wound (hence why they're where they are rather than challenging at the top), but we don't look anywhere near making that happen.
|Is Sears drunk?|
at 19:49 27 Oct 2020
Playing like it. Passes off, touch too heavy if he manages to control the ball at all, shots weak and dragged into the ground.
Get Dobra on.
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|Contacting the ticket office|
at 11:27 8 Sep 2020
Has anyone had to contact the ticket office whilst they've been closed? And how long did it take them to respond?
I had to reset my password on the ITFC site because I forgot it (I actually forgot I'd changed it when we had to sign up again when Town switched over to SeatGeek earlier this year), but haven't received an email prompting me to do so (email sent to them yesterday early AM). I subsequently remembered what my password was but, presumably because I requested a reset, it won't let me log in.
Normally the ticket office people usually deal with stuff like this but as they're closed they 'may take longer to respond to emails'. My concern is that I need to register my interest in attending games by Thursday and if I can't log in then I can't access iFollow so can't watch them anyway.
Is there an alternative way of contacting them if they don't respond by, say, Wednesday evening , or do I need to call them out on Twitter or something to prompt a response?
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|Bernie Sanders Out|
at 17:26 8 Apr 2020
So that leaves a presidential face-off between two of America's most senile men.
The election stuff has been understandably pushed to the back burner but there's a cruel, sad irony in the wretched state of US healthcare being laid bare by a pandemic whilst a candidate who has dedicated his political career and ran for president on a platform to change that has been bullied out of the race by an establishment that wanted to protect its own interests.
Not to say he was faultless in every way but it's a real shame that someone with genuine care and compassion for the lives of everyday people will never reach the ultimate goal. In fact I don't think anyone will, there are just too many people in higher places to ever let that happen. And the stupid thing is Bernie isn't even *that* radical, he just threatens the status quo.
Obviously he's not dead and can still battle on the senate floor (and has already helped put assurances into bills that should aid Americans during this crisis better than they would have been) but he'll still have the Joe Bidens of the world standing in his way.
I hope his message and his movement fights on, but it'll be hard pushed to find a better standard-bearer.
|Football Manager 2020|
at 16:41 17 Mar 2020
In short, is it worth it?
Following on from the gaming thread elsewhere (not posting this on there so not to disrupt it), I was thinking of returning to FM after a few years' absence given that, like a lot of people, I now have more time when I'm at a bit of a loose end.
£40 on steam is quite a bit and whilst I've found it enjoyable in the past, I've heard/read lots of mixed reviews for this one but hard to judge some comments as they could just be people taking it too seriously getting mad that not everything falls their way.
|“The adversity might make us stronger”|
at 18:02 22 Feb 2020
3rd in the trilogy after “playing away from home might help” and “being hunters rather than hunted might help”. Utterly clueless if it wasn’t dazzlingly obvious already. The subs and switch of formation today summed him up.
Gave it large when a youth team beat Peterborough’s youth team to hit back at what he saw as ‘ridiculous negativity’. Did the same last week when we put Burton away. He’s an arrogant, pig-headed man well out of his depth sitting on a comfy contract because he successfully pulled the wool over an incompetent owner’s eyes.
At least Jewell had the dignity to go and tell Evans he needed to go and be replaced by someone who could do a better job.
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