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|I want (and we need) Lambert to not just do well|
at 20:22 16 Jul 2019
but to perform a minor miracle this season.
His track record on the pitch isn't great...we haven't pulled up any trees but hopefully a decent pre season will see us start well and build confidence.
However...if the worst happens and we continue last seasons form...what do we do?
Do we stick with Lambert for a full season, regardless, or do we take a further gamble and change again?
To be honest I'm not overly optimistic for this season...fearing a mid table finish right now but really hope I am wrong. Also hoping that we do pick up 1 or 2 more players as we still feel light in a couple of places.
|Needing the collective wisdom of TWTDs as Google is |
at 13:40 9 Jul 2019
1. BBC TV series early 2000s or late 1990s post apocalyptic following a group of survivors (not Survivors based on Terry Nations book I dont think) as they travel round the UK avoiding various threats (dogs...themselves etc). After Tripod. Seem to remember a ginger haired character carrying a brief case!
2. Thriller book about buildings collapsing...cover up of concrete disease etc Cannot remember author or even remotely the title
Any assist greatly appreciated.
|Cricket is getting interesting|
at 13:36 25 Jun 2019
"A tidy over ends with Steve Smith pulling Woakes away..."
For the wrong reasons it seems....
|Genuine question....the Conservative party.|
at 07:59 25 Jun 2019
If members elect Boris (as they surely will) - have they, single handedly, ruined the country in the space of 3 years?
Called a referendum in which to appease internal squabbling, blindly, never considering the situation where the public votes leave (as a party so far removed from what is happening in this country it isn't surprising to hear Cameron admit he never thought he'd lose the referendum).
Cameron then wilts, show's no backbone whatsoever and walks, leaving a divided party having to come up with new PM candidates....we end up with May....who calls an election and further stymies the party. We then watch, aghast though not surprised, at the party's inept attempts at negotiating an exit from the EU. Leaving it to the absolute last (and arguably too late) to actually consider any potential cross party involvement in said discussions.
May then walks after embarrassing herself on multiple occasions and now leaves us in the situation where a rabid, senile and demented member base is about to vote in Boris Johnson as our new leader. The Great Buffoon steps into 10 Downing St leading the UK on the world stage. Jesus wept.
What have the Conservatives ever done for us? Well, whatever you believe they have, in the space of 3 years they are about to obliterate it in a cataclysmic clusterf*ck of gargantuan proportions.
So long and thanks for all the fish.
[Post edited 25 Jun 8:08]
at 13:37 18 Jun 2019
Granted it is Afghanistan but....that is quite an innings!
|I'm just going to leave this here:|
at 09:25 13 Jun 2019
"In 1989, Donald Trump even took out full-page ads in four major New York newspapers, spending nearly $90,000, demanding that New York bring back the death penalty for these five boys."
"To make matters worse, the New York real estate developer who wanted the death penalty for these boys is now the president, and he launched his campaign by calling some Mexicans rapists and murderers. From the beginning, Donald Trump has organised his base and rallied his supporters around a fear of the other, and frequently as an act to protect white women against the non-existent threat of being raped by black and brown men."
|VAR pen for spain|
at 18:44 8 Jun 2019
Never ever a pen. Might as well pack football up and go home.
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