I was just partaking in one of my fave wasting time exercises of clicking on articles referencing the Town and I came across a link to the "7 best creative midfielders of the last 40 years".
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Being a Town fan can be trying at times. I expected Darren Currie, David McGoldrick, Arnold Muhren and Frans Thijssen had to be there but who else? Guess I'll never know the pundits opinion but these clickbaiters are the sort that include Lee Martin (FFS).
The sending off was on 70 mins. Frank Nouble was booked on 71 for kicking the ball away. Lambert is looking at his charts to see which formation to use. The lads say to each other "now's our chance while he's not looking" and equalize on 73. Lambert drops his charts, picks them up and we score again on 74. Lambert then decides on a negative formation and we hold on for the win. It's just a thought.
The Big 6 sees money not the joy of the game as the new model. The 2 main drivers are american - John Henry (Liverpool), Glazier (Man U) - so it's no surprise to me that the sport side is secondary.
One thing I picked up on was that a breakaway European Super League would be outside of FIFA so none of their players would be able to play for their national sides in the World cup or Euros. Nothing is agreed but you can see what they're thinking and I don't like it.
It seems Felixstowe port is having logistical problems which has caused 'chaos'. According to this article its a combination of things and all of them seem plausible. However, the second from last paragraph in quite a long article reminds us all that Chris Grayling is currently a director of the company that owns the port and it all becomes clear.
It seems the war with the Orca is starting to escalate. More random attacks are occuring and we might not have much time. Our govt. is doing nothing and we are yet to enter into any dialogue with the Orca. Fear the worst.
Grant Shapps, the Transport minister, is in private talks with the rail companies over their franchises. Emergency contracts that were signed in March expire on Sunday. Some rail companies want to walk away entirely because they are losing money.The uncertainty over when Covid-19 will end has left them with no idea when they will return to profitabilty.
Nationalisation through the back door. Govt. are betraying the private sector by admitting that public owned companies are better run. Thatcherism is dead/doesn't work shocker.