Maybe "Music", alongside "Football" and "General"?
Or "Politics" alongside the rest?
I've been on here increasingly little recently, because I can't be bothered with the political threads which clog up the board so much.
If i could filter those out and just discuss football and other finer things, like music, books, films, without the distraction of the pointless, repetitive political threads, this would be a much finer place to be.
1. No Ipswich player in the list... (granted, not particularly surprising) 2. Our best player (mentioned in the list of teams not featured in the Top 51) isn't even ours... Trevoh Chalobah. 3. It's littered with our cast-offs... Kieffer Moore at 18, Matt Clarke at 26, Adam Webster at 30... 4. Can't even bring myself to count the number of budgies in the list, including at Number 1. Gah.
That said, It's a great read - first issue edited by magazine editing genius James Brown.
Anyone seen them in the towns/cities where they are today?
I work just south of Westminster Bridge and have just walked to Carnaby Street area and back again for a meeting - there are tens of thousands (maybe 100,000, I don't know) of young people on the streets, marching, singing songs. All very life-affirming to see them all, getting up & out to protest about something they believe in and making their voices heard.
I do hope this gets the media coverage/attention that it deserves over the next few days.
Valentine's Day may be a marketing scam invented by card manufacturers, but never ignore it. It tells your loved one what they mean to you - and wins you bundles of brownie points. This is especially the case if your partner forgets/can't be arsed.
In this instance, lay it on thick with a trowel. #winner
Me, I bought my wife (a Blondie obsessive) a book of Chris Stein photographs signed by the great man himself. She got me nothing.
That will keep me topped up with brownie points for a few months...
If anyone hasn't seen Saturday Night Sunday Morning, give yourself a treat this weekend and check it out. An absolutely superb film, too rarely mentioned as one of the all time great films - with one of the great performances from Albert Finney.
Genuinely came away feeling we're in good hands. Great to hear so much positivity from the floor too.
Chatham House rules, so it was agreed not to share the details, but they clearly are very committed to club for the long-term, genuinely appreciate the fans (I think Lambert is genuinely a bit taken aback - he said he was concerned about the reception he might get from fans given his NCFC history. No problems there.
Of course, I'm sure there will be people saying, "why the positivity, we're bottom of the table". But we are where we are, for me it's all about doing what we can this season, but if it goes wrong it's about building back for next season. And we have the right people in charge, imho.
There's been a bit of coverage about this today, criticism from Ruud Gullit and Danny Murphy asking why he hasn't started yet. Personally, I don't care if he's had a holiday before starting in the job - and wouldn't if he was joining us, given what he has gone through.
If anything, right now, I'd particularly like him to join very late this week so he can have only minimal impact on Sheff Wed. Would be annoying for their new manager bounce to happen against us...
So, before today's game we were 7 points clear at the top of this league. Which league is this? Do we win promotion to the division above? if not, how do we put our reserves up against better teams, to give our second string players more competition and enhance/accelerate their development?
It seems a little pointless to be playing inferior teams and winning 4-0 every week, to be honest...