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|The other option - add Culverhouse|
at 08:28 27 Nov 2020
I've read a lot of references to Lambert+Culverhouse being the win ticket, Lambert without him a busted flush.
As per the title, rather than bin Lambert and the 4-3-3 right through the club approach altogether, why not just go and get Culverhouse from King's Lynn to come in as assistant manager? Assuming he would come.
Apologies, this is a lazy post and I cba to go into detail, but there are positives to the way Lambert runs things and I don't like to see a return to short-termism. But clearly the performance of the first team needs correcting, rapid.
|ITFC injury prediction thread|
at 11:41 20 Nov 2020
James Wilson abdominal muscle strain from laughing too hard at the dodgy clobber Kenan Bennetts rocked up to training in.
Tomas Holy torn hamstring suffered by tripping over Alan Judge while putting the star atop the changing room Christmas tree.
|FAO Phil: whinging to the club about ifollow|
at 11:36 21 Oct 2020
Phil, while I'm not suggesting this is anything that should be put to the playing staff, I'm wondering if there is anything TWTD can do to highlight to the club the problems the fans are experiencing with ifollow?
I realise the club are dependent on the service provided on their behalf, it does seem to be the case that a worrying number of people are still experiencing issues with the service (enough that I don't think it can simply be put down to user error or problems with their equipment/internet connection) and/or rather substandard customer service when dealing with problems and refunds etc.
|The Social Dilemma - Netflix|
at 13:53 21 Sep 2020
Watched this over the weekend, hugely eye-opening look at the massive harm social media is doing to the fabric of our society. Quite frightening really, I usually take these things with a pinch of salt but it's well worth a look.
Also provided a real lightbulb moment for me in understanding the increasingly binary nature of everyone's opinion on current events, how politics has shifted further towards the far left and right in recent years, the massively differing reactions to BLM, how the hell Trump managed to get in, how the hell we ended up with Brexit, etc.
Between all this crap, the rapidly looming climate crisis and covid-19, the world really is a scary place these days. It increasingly feels like we lack the leaders to do what needs to be done and sort these global problems out before it's too late.
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