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  1. When I read this I do wonder why I'm not more excited by this transfer (and I'm already pretty excited) when I was bouncing at the thought of Cambiasso coming to the club. Really this is a bigger signing given his age.
  2. We haven't won a European competition yet! Or the FA Cup! Think of us as having beaten the final boss battle. What we're doing now is going back and finishing off the minor* missions that we skipped on the way. *actually pretty fecking major IMO
  3. I'm hoping for an update pic when he lands. Dare I say I'd even be disappointed should we not receive one!
  4. Frankly we're very unlikely to finish 15th. Winning a cup wouldn't harm our league campaign to that extent. But even in that contrived hypothetical I think we should still prefer silverware to none.
  5. 7th leads to qualifiers (as long as teams from the top six win both the cups). 6th puts you straight through to the group stage (as long as a team from the top six wins one of the cups). Winning either cup also leads to automatic qualification for the group stage.
  6. So could the League Cup. Both lead to European qualification. Which is a good thing of course.
  7. Given you qualify for Europe by winning the League Cup there's really no justification for preferring a 6th place finish. I'd still have chosen the League Cup anyway.
  8. I wouldn't be tempted to alter the title winning team. Ricardo over Simpson is the only possible exception. The 15/16 squad fitted together into an effective unit. I'd be concerned about disrupting things by inserting individual talents - good as they are - like Maddison and Tielemans.
  9. Given they're nearest, I tend to think Coventry ought to be our natural rivals. But I know most of our fans view Forest as the main irritant. While I feel there is more bite to our contests against the other East Midlands clubs, I don't think those fixtures really compare to other rivalries in this country.
  10. If a survey were held among STHs it would be a mistake to view it as a sort of referendum. Suppose the club found only 5% of STHs wanted Safe Standing. That result would NOT provide a good argument against Safe Standing. It would actually support the case for converting 5% of the home end into rail seating. Standing is a minority preference but that does not mean the club shouldn't cater for it.
  11. Because it technically isn't Safe Standing. Safe Standing, as it's officially defined, means rail seats that are locked into position. What Wolves and Spurs have are flip-down seats with barriers on each row. These are allowed and indeed recommend by the Safety Advisory Group.
  12. Terrific news for the campaign. The club cannot justify sitting on the fence anymore. Safe Standing should be present at the KP for the 20/21 season.
  13. All very unlikely still. We're needing a few odd results. It can happen but I'm not hopeful.
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