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  1. Adrien Silva

    We could do with a shit load of snow over Christmas, maybe an 'accidental' floodlight failure and lots of postponed games.
  2. Harvey Barnes- Barnsley (loan)

    Never stop dreaming. I'm 44 and I haven't given up hope yet.
  3. Premier League, 2017-2018 Season Thread

    Come to think of it, all of the bottom six managers are British and seven of the bottom eight.
  4. Premier League, 2017-2018 Season Thread

    Moyes and Hodgson. Do the pundits need any more reasons why clubs get in foreign managers?
  5. Why did we sack Craig Shakespeare...?

    Did anyone notice Crooks & Keown on Final Score saying that time is up for Pullis? West Brom aren't even in the bottom three. We were when the cub sacked Shakespeare but it seems that the pitchforks only come out for us. Double fcking standards all the time.
  6. Man City Post Match Thread 0-2

    Let's all just be thankful that this Man City were not around during 2015/16!
  7. Adrien Silva

    I'd like to see him in a three with Shane Long and Stern John.
  8. Next up . . . Manchester City (Home) thoughts?

    I think Man City's defence is much improved but saying it is the second best in the league is probably disguised by the fact that you have steam rollered teams this season and not really been tested that much at the back. I think that we will be defending deep anyway. We won't have much choice.
  9. Demarai Gray

    Maybe he is right. Trouble is he didn't need to say it. Just keep it shut Demarai and get on with it.
  10. Ha! You think the EU is democratic? Bless. The parliament is elected so yes we got a 1/28th say in that, but the real power lies with the commission, all unelected and unaccountable. These are the people that propose laws etc. The parliament is a facade. They just vote on what the commission puts forward. The EU has been dragging us on a course, not of our choosing, for 25 years. It has overreached itself from being a trading block (good idea) to being hijacked by a political and federalist ideology (bad idea). Anyway, this is not even what I meant. I said anti-democratic, not undemocratic. Everyone knows it is undemocratic but it is anti-democratic because it seeks to suppress democracy. It wants to punish us for having the temerity to exercise our democratic rights and to discourage others from leaving. But what if there is a better way? What if leaving was in everyone's interests? It was established to serve member states but now it is all about self preservation, regardless of the cost to it's members. Finally, remember the images of David Cameron going cap in hand to Polish and other Eastern Europe governments trying to negotiate whether he could change benefit payments to foreign nationals and getting dismissed? That swung it for me. How can it be democratic that out own government has to beg others and be refused to be allowed to do what it wants with UK taxpayers money?
  11. Busy Christmas - 4 games in 213 hours

    Bugger! Didn't know that. Thanks for the info.
  12. Busy Christmas - 4 games in 213 hours

    Does anyone know if Silva is eligible for Huddersfield (1st Jan)? I've read on here that he is not but I can't see why that would be?
  13. Lots of countries have free trade deals with occupied Europe like Canada but without all the bowing and scraping and without having to build deserted motorways for the Spanish with their hard earned. Important not to blink now. Have the courage to leave on our own terms without a deal rather than accepting their punishment beatings. They will feel the pain most without our £8bn per year and WTO rules on the £450bn they export to us. Just a matter of time before a deal is reached after that. Tarrifs on our £225bn exports to the EU would be covered by the £8bn saving that we pay into their coffers anyway. The government could subsidise exports. From one corrupt, bloated, anti democratic, anti British, European institution to another.... Can we have a referendum about leaving FIFA next please?
  14. You're having a rant about something that hasn't happened, complete with imagined quotes with thicko accent. This kind of thinking will lead to you being one of those people that mutters to themselves as they're walking down the street.
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