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  1. Got into Uni Of Newcastle. Absolutely buzzing
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    The gym

    Feel sorry for the people who work in the sector but I must say I’m enjoying it more now. Literally been in 4 days and there has hardly been anybody, it makes me feel a bit less self-conscious about other people wanting to use the machine that I’m on and it means that I can just get on with my session without distractions.
  3. 1. Man City 2. Liverpool 3. Chelsea 4. United 5. Spurs 6. Wolves 7. Arsenal 8. Leicester 9. Southampton 10. Burnley 11. Everton 12. Sheffield United 13. Brighton 14. Leeds 15. Newcastle 16. West Brom 17. Crystal Palace 18. West Ham 19. Aston Villa 20. Play-off Winner
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    The gym

    Went today for the first time since lockdown. Was impressed by how it was run, 55 minute slots, staff disinfecting things. The equipment was also really well spread out. Was a bit worried about what it was going to be like, but was definitely reassured after going today.
  5. There has never been a club who has had 100% good recruitment, it just doesn’t happen. I think that our wage bill is the 7th highest in the league, so even if the worst case scenario happens and we finish 7th, it’s about in line of where we are at as a club. But yeah, I completely agree with the fact that not recruiting in January and not having enough depth are probably both catalysts in our demise in the last few months. There isn’t a whole lot wrong with our actual starting eleven, when everybody is fully fit but apart from Praet and maybe Iheanacho, there is nobody I’d genuinely
  6. We have a problem but I would not put down that to ‘poor recruitment.’ Clearly, in 2017 we made some poor purchases in Silva, Slimani and Musa but the recruitment has been very good on the whole. Players like Ricardo, Soyuncu, Maddison, Ndidi, Praet, Evans have all turned out to be excellent purchases. All of which being under the 20 million mark too. Look at United, they’ve spent around four times that on players like Fred, Wan-Bissaka, Maguire, that’s an example of poor recruitment. Whilst, we might feel an element of resentment towards the players tonight, recruitment ha
  7. I’m genuinely grateful that I’ve seen him play. When he retires, he’ll be spoken about for years. I would struggle to find a player who is anything like Vardy. For that reason, it worries me that when he does hang his boots up, it’ll be a massive ask to replace him. He’s been pivotal to Leicester’s City’s success over the past 8 years.
  8. They were alright, they got to the domestic final once but I remember Rijeka being fairly mid table.
  9. Except he’s right. If you takeaway your feelings towards Villa their ground is so much better than ours.
  10. Managing Hajduk Split in Croatia and I’m now in the third season. The actual league itself is pretty easy, apart from Zagreb and Osjeik everybody is awful, so I’ve managed to win back to back league titles and domestic cups. I’ve got some quality young players but clubs bigger than myself end up putting in offers off 3 million and then when they leave, they are valued at 20 million ish so it makes it hard to compete in Europe. I’ve tried to sign them on contracts without release clauses, but the Croatian First League clearly isn’t prestigious enough
  11. I got a buzz cut. 1 all over. Looks erm different.
  12. Yep, Covid-19 was the least off my worries when I went to Birmingham
  13. I haven’t been tested but felt pretty awful in mid-February. I had a continuous cough and felt very tired. Didn’t think much off it as it wasn’t so heavily publicised back then. Looking back, in the space of four weeks I had been to Birmingham twice, Newcastle, Leicester and Nottingham so could’ve been that.
  14. Lockdown has got you a bit rattled, eh? Strange.
  15. If you really think that there is a demand for ACTUAL radical socialism amongst the young you’re wrong. The fault of the Conservative party and no decent third party explains why Labour received the young vote in both 2017 and 2019. Additionally, Labour were also able to use social media effectively in both campaigns on platforms such as Twitter and Instagram (which younger people interacted with). Basing your campaign primarily on younger people and using social media to do so does not make him more popular, that’s different. I’m sure if social media was so widely-used in 1997, Tony Blair wou
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