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Saxondale last won the day on 5 March 2012

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    Thomas Gregory Saxondale
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  1. But if you create lots of chances and your strikers keep missing, then you have crap strikers. Therefore, you're not expected to score goals.
  2. He's the best defender in the league. He's the best player in the league. He's the best player in Europe. He's the best player in the world. He's the best thing in the world. He's the best thing in the history of our planet.
  3. All of this crap just goes to show how a General Election was never a genuine solution to the parliamentary impasse. What an absolute mess.
  4. How many league points do you get for xG?
  5. Disagree. Creating chances is not the same as scoring goals. No such thing as 'should have scored'.
  6. Yes. Because if your team misses five open goals, it obviously has sh1t strikers - ergo will not score goals.
  7. The government don't know what's going on.
  8. xG is completely meaningless. The best indicator of how many goals your team should have scored is...how many they scored.
  9. We have a parliamentary democracy. Parliament hasn't 'sabotaged' him; parliament exists - in part - to stop prats like him doing whatever the f**k he feels like. There are countries without such effective due process, like...North Korea.
  10. I'm getting increasingly bored of the current government and leavers in general trying to portray the withdrawal agreement negotiations as if they're negotiating to buy a used car. Absolute f-ing idiots. Here are some facts: The EU will not compromise the integrity of single market or the four pillars of freedom The EU will not allow anything that goes against the Good Friday Agreement No amount of bluster will change these facts. Any proposed withdrawal agreement must be in accordance with these facts. Everything that we seem to be proposing goes against these facts. This all boils down to the fact that BREXIT DOESN'T WORK. It is a failed project. The people who promoted it know this. There is no version of Brexit which is both possible AND preferable. There just isn't. No amount of spin or bluster will change that.
  11. "If you don't give me what I want, I'm going to scoop my own eyes out and set fire to my trousers"
  12. Haha, either way he broke the law. If Guvnor's definitions were correct, Murder (which is common law, not statutory law) would not be illegal, just unlawful.
  13. Yep, I accept that source, but the constitutional expert I heard on the radio the other day claimed there is no real distinction, other than context! OED says this: Illegal and unlawful have slightly different meanings, although they are often used interchangeably. Something that is illegal is against the law, whereas an unlawful act merely contravenes the rules that apply in a particular context. Thus handball in soccer is unlawful, but it is not illegal. A third word with a similar meaning is illicit: this tends to encompass things that are forbidden or disapproved of by custom or society, as in an illicit love affair
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