The trouble with Mick is that he has a limited shelf life before fans become bored with his football. His style and players he recruits makes it hard for managers after him to do a decent job if they don’t share Mick style.
I can’t Cardiff appointing him - he’ll go to a club being threatened with relegation on the championship and will probably keep that team up.
He goes on the BBC to get maximum exposure - he thrives on attention. Then he goes back onto Twitter to complain about the lefty liberal BBC and his supporters lap it up. The BBC offer Farage airtime because they are scared of being accused of being too left leaning.
Farage has done an excellent job in reinventing himself as not part of the elite despite being part of it.
But answering innocent questions about vaccination arrangements means that he’ll have to know what he is talking about or contact people in order to answer those questions.
Plus whipping up his bile could mean that he is on the front page of Leave.EU.
It seems to be fashionable by some to use the term ‘echo chamber’. I don’t think that this forum is an echo chamber. I think all beliefs are welcome on here as long as the argument isn’t racist, sexist or derogatory to minorities. It’s just seems that the vast majority of right-leaning posters are unable to formulate a sentence yet alone an argument.