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  1. Regarding 3. Labour is being extremely grown up under Starmar. The whole point of an opposition is it holds the government to account. Opposing parties have successfully pushed back on lack of testing and comparisons with how other countries are tackling the crisis. Even government ministers accept this role is vital. Without Starmar putting Raab on notice that he'll be asking about non-hospital deaths again next week does anybody really think the government would be rushing to find out the answer and publish it? The same is true of other elements of the government's response - it's not just m
    11 points
  2. So many great goals in there and always a safe bet for a penalty.
    8 points
  3. I’m more worried by the fact grown men are stalking an average footballer’s picture account just saying
    7 points
  4. Quick heads up, don’t just set off really fast and assume momentum and the Rocky theme will keep you going. I was off like a shot, was shouting “up yours Kipchoge!” to myself. Managed to do the first 3km at 4 minute pace and thought I was on for a 20 minute 5K. Then obviously my body realised that my brain chatting shit and started to break down. 4th km was slow and 5th ended with what can only be described as a walking, wheezing gelatinous blob. Just managed to beat my PB but I shan’t be having any more children as I think I broke something deep within. X
    7 points
  5. to wish you foxes all the best. I hope things aren't to bad over there. Am I right in saying there's a large ethnic community in Leicester and this virus is hitting ethnic minorities harder so go careful and stay safe everyone. I hope our old manager, Brenda as we called him, is looking after you? His oft repeated soundbites got a bit boring but he's a decent bloke and not a bad manager either! A few thoughts about the virus, the massive drop in traffic seems to have encouraged Mother Nature, there's a lot more birdsong, a lot less air pollution and people seem to be be
    6 points
  6. This is my favourite Never gets a mention
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  7. People were warned from the start that lockdown fatigue would set in, which is exactly why it was delayed for as long as it was. Now that it's actually setting in, people are rabidly pointing it out as if it's a new discovery of an Egyptian tomb. I'm doing my coconut in at home again after being furloughed again, my house is 2 of us (one still working) in a 3 bed semi, with a garden, and thousands of pounds worth of entertainment around us. If I'm going mad I'd expect people that don't have anything close to what I have are going up the wall. Instead of people reeing ov
    5 points
  8. The guardian data is flawed though Govt have dramatically increased testing capacity over that 3 weeks which means that they will obviously capture more cases now. still thinking that only a proper lockdown will get a grip of this and we have wasted weeks where we could have been doing this ..... the half hearted lockdown introduced will surely just have a half hearted effect on virus transmission without massive testing capacity being in place. haven’t we got this arse about tit ? Without the capacity to test, we should have had a more stringent lockdown ??? Once we hav
    5 points
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  10. Why is this surprising? People that usually go to the gym, play football, golf, play tennis or are otherwise engaged in other clubs and societies now cannot do those things, so they're walking instead. Stop being a curtain twitcher and let people do what they need to do to get through this.
    4 points
  11. I'm of the mind that if these extra hospitals never have a single patient and are eventually turned back to normal then we've had a good result.
    4 points
  12. I see people on twitter (yes I know) complaining the Nightingale hospital in Birmingham has no patients. Isn't the whole point of these hospitals that they are there in case hospitals capacity becomes overstretched?
    4 points
  13. Feels a bit difficult to criticise people for trying to brighten their lives in really quite low risk ways, common sense trumps absolute compliance in my book. I guess I 'break the rules' by going for two walks a day but one of them is at 11pm on a route where I haven't come into contact with a soul for 4 weeks. Some might jump on that not being 'the rules' but it's making no difference to anyone. Of course there is a risk of the 'tragedy of the commons' situation if everyone did it but at that point the common sense bit stops you doing it.
    4 points
  14. This is my new personal best distance run. Absolutely cream crackered at the end, but luckily my flatmate made homemade Korean Fried Chicken which I have just destroyed. I don't think any food has ever tasted nicer! I am aching so badly it caused me physical pain to bend down and try to take my shoes off, so I had to keep them on for about 20 minutes whilst the aches subsided. Still I'm super pleased with this effort! Also random fact, I spotted Joe Cole in the park with his wife and kids. Seems like the boyhood West Ham fan lives in Chelsea, but to be honest can't blame him for ch
    4 points
  15. Should have never been torn down in the first place.
    4 points
  16. Germany's top dog Dr. Drosten is convinced that there is some sort of immunity. In fact Charite released a study this week stating that around 34% of people have immunity to covid-19 due to previous coronavirus colds that protect against serious symptoms and that may explain why children are not getting ill, as they're more likely to catch colds. He's also convinced a vaccine will work, it's a when not if. https://www.medrxiv.org/content/10.1101/2020.04.17.20061440v1 Here's the study. The interesting part 'We demonstrate the presence of S-reactive CD4+ T cells in 83%
    4 points
  17. What do you think the equivalent numbers for England are out of interest?
    4 points
  18. It’s not though . Our ground is fine but there’s nothing interesting about it really, it’s basically St Mary’s. Villa Park, Old Trafford, Stamford bridge, Carrow Road and Goodison etc have loads more character. They might be “worse matchday experiences” because they’re older but our ground is hardly luxurious.
    4 points
  19. Is Priti Patel his agent ? 'Gray has had no minutes, week-on-week, in the last 7 weeks compared to last season'
    3 points
  20. He had shackles on mate, would explain it.
    3 points
  21. I mean my favourite goal, and still the best goal I've seen live by a LCFC player, is still his overhead kick at Grimsby (always will be probably) but I always loved his goal at Elland Road in 03/04. If I could have any player back it'd be Izzet. I saw an OptaJoe stat the other week: In 03/04 (we were obviously relegated) Izzet got the most assists that season Amazing.
    3 points
  22. And probably the same people would moan if these Nightingale hospitals didn't exist and the NHS had ran out of beds. Authorities can't win, but they made the right choice in building them.
    3 points
  23. It would be absolutely brilliant if he still went to the away stand and still cupped his ears😂
    3 points
  24. I've got to say quite impressed by Maddison lately, he does seem a really decent down to earth lad who is actually behaving in quite a mature and compassionate way. I've seen the BT video, his fifa exploits and some videos he sent to young supporters. I think he is a real asset and hope we can keep him. I think a number of footballers have shown themselves in quite a positive light through this which renews a bit of enthusiasm for me that the game isnt gone yet!
    3 points
  25. Yeah great till someone sneezes at you or hands you your glass with their snot ridden fingers covered in germs
    3 points
  26. Media seem intent on reporting the bad except for the odd outlier like Capt Tom
    3 points
  27. Always been slated because he’s young, English and likes his hair. Good bloke
    3 points
  28. When I started going to Filbert Street in the early 60s I fell in love with our distinctive look. The clear simplicity of the blue & white offset by the detailing of the thin blue stripe on the white collar and cuffs. Plus two thin blue stripes on the overturn of the white socks and a blue stripe on the white shorts. Added to this was the unique shape of our badge - the 4-pointed shield round the fox and crops. It gave us a look that shouted Leicester City and filled my young heart with an overwhelming love that somehow survives to this day.
    3 points
  29. Might be controversial but I find the videos of these nurses doing dances & making videos a bit of a pisstake.
    3 points
  30. I personally would like to see him stay. He’s a very steady player, hopefully with the European football he will play more as we can’t rely on Ndidi every game.
    3 points
  31. I've not.had it for months, those 4 are lucky.
    2 points
  32. I'm talking about myself. I'm not old enough to die yet because someone wants to go outside. I guess I'm enjoying staying in because I know I'm at less risk of dying. I'm in the most vulnerable category, but I don't think my children or my partner are ready to lose me in my mid forties just because people are getting fed up with being at home. If I need a hospital bed I don't want it to be already occupied by someone in perfectly good health who had an accident going outside because they were a bit bored.
    2 points
  33. I've not seen that happening. In this case, someone criticised the role played by the Labour Opposition and someone else replied. Anyway, not worth pursuing that. It would be an unpopular contribution to the Unpopular Opinions thread.
    2 points
  34. The 1983 Ind Coope was exceptional, big fan of the 1990-92 Bukta even though you have to roll the sleeves up about 5 times as it's like some sort of 3/4 sleeve. Of the O'Neill era the 1996-98 v neck was the bollocks Our kits are that were heinous until Puma got involved and we've had some decent ones in recent years. I didn't like our title winning shirt in 2015/16 but 2016/17 is probably my favourite of the last few years. Had some absolutely class away kits
    2 points
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  36. Grab your nearest snack, here goes: Another 4-2 win followed my previous 4-2 victory and we were on another run. 5 out the last 6 games saw us pick up all 3 points and all of a sudden, the thought was, maybe, just maybe we could sneak into the playoffs? 10 games to go, 10 points behind. Dare we dream? I was. So was Molly Adams tweeting "Ee-eye Ee-eye Ee-eye oh up the National League we go!". The Sandgrounders faithful were starting to believe....... But yet again FM did it's classic of biting me in the ass, we lost to runaway leaders Barnet, a result which the board was
    2 points
  37. People that don't like him: Weird blokes that think they know football and judge a manager on what they're like in the media Joke footballers with shit attitudes like Beckford and Bullard Dickheads People that like him: Almost everybody that's ever worked with him Knowledgeable football fans Non-dickheads
    2 points
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