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|Cranes FC gone|
at 20:11 27 Nov 2020
Sad times for local football, couldn't keep the club going.
at 11:25 26 Nov 2020
|Anyone else slighty concerned by our national debt|
at 10:15 26 Nov 2020
And what this is going to mean for all of us for the next 5 -10 years? maybe it's just me being overly worried, but I really think we are looking at some incredibly harsh times on the horizon.
Don't even want to think about factoring in a no deal brexit...
at 09:14 25 Nov 2020
We're all obviously extremely disappointed with the current status quo, whilst we still have hangovers from previous regimes still sitting in the mind to add to the anger. You're role is slightly different to the rest of us, what are your thoughts first and foremost as a Town fan, with the current malaise?
|For me we are at the point of no return with Lambert|
at 08:48 25 Nov 2020
Too many false dawns, too many drab, absolute dross performances, throwing youngsters under the bus whilst the senior non performing players get a free pass week after week, surely the time has come to say Thank you and all the best.
Nothing I have witnessed over the past year has made me think he has a plan, the 433 was a directive from the Owner for crying out loud, and he is so entrenched in this formation that he will forgoe a subtle change in the game to try and make something different happen.
His time is up, we can't keep persevering in the hope, as we all know it's only going to get worse.
The comment last night about being nasty needs to be heard by Evans and he needs to be ruthless now, to give us some chance of getting out of this god forsaken league.
[Post edited 25 Nov 10:35]
at 20:23 24 Nov 2020
A cracking opportunity to put a decent ball in the box
|The Vs debate|
at 09:15 24 Nov 2020
Apple v Android
Messi v Ronaldo
I would add Xbox v PS, but given I don't have either, I'll let others decide.
For me it would be Android and Messi, as the only people that think iPhone's are decent are people that haven't used an Android or Fiat 500 drivers.
|Feels just like last season|
at 15:58 23 Nov 2020
The past few weeks have been pretty rough in reality, we look just like we did last season, started off playing some reasonable football, followed by some shocking losses and then a few very very lucky wins before it really petered out.
Nothing I've seen recently suggests we will turn the tide and start producing some gritty, fast paced, multi dimensional wins, and if we don't get points against Hull and Charlton then I can see us free falling before the Calvary return and we end up scraping another 10th or 11th finish.
Lambert hasn't shown that he can get the best out of this, or previous teams, he seems lost, muddled, moody and very 'McCarthy' like at the end of his tenure. So much is riding on this season, it's no overstatement to say if we don't go up, then I fear that this club will rot a way in the 3rd tier doldrums for years to come.
Evans has one of the most pivotal few weeks of his time here coming up, and my fear is he doesn't have the minerals to make the right decision....
[Post edited 23 Nov 15:59]
|The Pub Industry|
at 14:05 23 Nov 2020
Read this earlier from someone prominent in the trade.
Today's announcements will spell the end of the traditional British pub as we know it and will have a devastating impact on communities.
I have heard reports this morning that 94 per cent of pubs in Tier 3 areas will go under by Spring, and while this may seem excessive to some, it is no exaggeration.
It is clear that the ever-increasing debt from rents, rates and bills will be too much for the majority, especially the independent operators which cannot lean on parent companies.
Operators across Greater Manchester and the UK have spent several millions on making their venues covid-secure, following the Government's own guidelines, and I can only view these new regulations as a knife in the back and to the heart of the sector.
Operators now face business ruin and the finalisation of redundancy procedures, and for a sector where 21% of full-time workers and 53 per cent of part-time workers are already paid under Living Wage*, many workers now face an increased risk of poverty.
On Thursday, the Government will vote on these proposed measures.
We urge MPs on both sides to do the right thing and vote against the destruction of the nation's most loved sector.
Would be awful to see the demise of the pub, but we're still a way off from being able to fully open, such a shame.
|This is turgid |
at 16:29 21 Nov 2020
Such a poor dismal performance.
at 15:59 13 Nov 2020
There are roughly 6.8 billion people on the planet and 4 billion of them use a mobile phone. Only 3.5 billion of them use a toothbrush.
|If after 8 games Lambert was to go|
at 11:22 13 Nov 2020
Who realistically is out there that we would turn to? Or do we think he would promote from within.
Lets hope this isn't the discussion as we will be riding high on a crest of a promotion wave....
|The Queens Gambit|
at 14:34 9 Nov 2020
Anyone else watching this? Thoroughly recommend it, its an excellent watch.
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