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l444ry last won the day on 3 June 2010

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  1. l444ry

    70s Classics

  2. Haha. Car crash interview my arse. As McGrory pointed out is wasn't possible to fully represent their views in a video of that length but of course it was also propaganda and the bits they picked didn't give the most balanced representation of the Leaver's views that it was possible to give. However none of them was 100% bullshit either. The big difference between this sort of propaganda and the £350 million a week to the NHS sort used by the Leave campaign is that the underlying point the video was making was completely valid. The Leave campaign did not have a united position before the referendum and so their claim now that the vote can only be interpreted in one way is complete bullshit.
  3. If the question relates to the best achievement in the Premier League then obviously Claudio and a pointless poll. If the question relates to which is the best Italian Manager to have ever managed in the Premier then it's Carlo all day long.
  4. Don't believe a word the charlatans and liars tell you today.
  5. Much as I love Claudio it has to be Ancelotti. Good to see five of the nominated with links to Napoli.
  6. Huddersfield will need a miracle if they are to stay up. Some of the worst defending I've ever witnessed by a Premier League club handed us our equaliser. Only one winner after that. More than easy day at the office with no bad performances today in my opinion.
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    Huddersfield (H) Match Thread

    Bloody subs bench looks better than the side he’s chosen. Gone out on a limb here.
  8. Sums up the whole mess. https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2018/sep/21/brexit-chequers-salzburg-irish-sea-customs-union
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    What to do about the defense?

    Sorry about that. Your post was sandwiched between posts discussing pace so didn't realise. The point is still valid though.
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    What to do about the defense?

    Matt Elliott, Steve Walsh and Gerry Taggart weren't blessed with the speed of greyhounds but I don't recall them getting exposed behind too often. Good positioning and Martin O'Neill tactics saw to that.
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    Huddersfield (H)..up next!

    Forgive me. Must have missed that single post.
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    Huddersfield (H)..up next!

    I have read it thanks. Perhaps you should have read it also before spouting utter rubbish. Puel scepticism is not the same as wishing defeat on the team.
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    What to do about the defense?

    This seems to be becoming a standard myths that become "fact" if repeated enough. The first ten yards are in the head if you can read the game. Most strikers at top level these days are quick or they wouldn't be playing. Defending on the halfway line with full backs pushing on would even catch Des Walker and Rio Ferdinand found wanting. .