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  1. We get jazzier kits and more people get to buy them - sounds good to me
  2. What a remarkable little man
  3. This took me an alarmingly long time, partly because I have a very spotty memory and partly because I had no strong interest in music until about 2016, so almost everything in the first half of the decade is stuff I've come across in the last few years rather than at the time. I'm sure there are some glaring omissions but here we go, with no repeated artists for the sake of variety: 2010: LCD Soundsystem - This Is Happening 2011: The Black Keys - El Camino 2012: Django Django - Django Django 2013: Queens of the Stone Age - ...Like Clockwork 2014: Mac DeMarco - S
  4. Tielemans and Maddison are beginning to take the piss out of these, lovely to see
  5. Lovely finish. Very composed, hopefully a sign of things to come. Iheanacho getting a lot of stick for someone who's created both goals and further chances for Barnes and Praet.
  6. I'm not sure they're meaningless at all but fair enough. That's an issue that some posters are raising, yes, but this very thread was created to raise concerns about the amount, not type, of injury. It's one thing pointing out that we're picking up a few of the same injury, quite another to conclude that this is because the cruel dictator Rodgers has been flogging the players relentlessly in training or because he got rid of Dave Rennie and then poured our entire supply of miracle adductor repair tonic down the sink. I know baseless conjecture is what we're all here for but it's be
  7. According to this website we've got: Fewer injuries than five teams (Brighton, Palace, Everton, Liverpool, Man Utd) The same amount of injuries (5) as six teams (Arsenal, Burnley, Man City, Newcastle, Sheff Utd, Southampton) More injuries than eight teams (Villa, Chelsea, Fulham, Leeds, Spurs, West Brom, West Ham, Wolves) We're not the only ones struggling.
  8. Why on earth would you want to do that when instead you could just read the headline and spend the time you've saved moaning about something you don't understand?
  9. I bought BG3 early access for three main reasons: 1. The game is already great and will only get better. There's no shortage of things to do and they'll be adding to it as they go. As @Finnegan says, they've been perfectly upfront about the current state of the game, their plans for it during the course of early access and their motivations for doing it this way. Of course it's buggy and needs a fair bit of polishing but games get full releases in worse states than this pretty regularly. 2. I'm not paying to test their game, I'm paying to play it. I'm sure there will be
  10. You'd get less people dismissing your opinions if you toned down the absurd hyperbole, as seen also with "Mendy is League One standard". I don't think anyone would dismiss your opinion that Rodgers is a flawed manager but if you express it like an idiot then it can't come as a huge surprise to you when people come to the conclusion that you're an idiot.
  11. Followed by Nathan Ake this week. As far as I can tell, next week's candidates are Masuaku, Wilshere and Ben Johnson
  12. Rodri to Sky Sports: "Football has not been fair with us...we tried many things, they tried two or three things. Maybe it is our fault, maybe it is their strength. I am young and try to learn every game but games like this where opposition do nothing, you are a bit confused. You don't know what to do...for me they are lucky, it is not the way I like to play." What a nonce.
  13. In isolation all he's done is take the ball past one player but him doing that essentially changed the game irreversibly in our favour. What a lovely little man he is.
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