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MarshallForEngland last won the day on 17 March 2015

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  1. The "do they mean us?" thread

    C) How I actually felt about it at the time. How is this a difficult concept to understand? You're talking about misremembering something, when what is actually happening is that information came to light afterwards which shows that my perception at the time may have been an illusion. That genuinely is how I felt about it, the Arsenal game didn't seem that big of a deal afterwards, I'm not misremembering anything. Again, had I known about the players pinning pictures of the defeat on the walls and using them to motivate themselves, my impression would likely have been different, but Huth's revelations could not possibly have retrospectively altered my view of the situation at the time could they. What do you not understand about this?
  2. The "do they mean us?" thread

    You know this article was written the season after we won the title, right? As I said, I don't remember it being like that. How does inside information revealed AFTER the event in question say anything about how I perceived that same event at the time it happened? It didn't feel that way then; had I seen the picture-clad walls of the changing rooms bearing reminders of our defeat, I might have felt differently. By the way, I also think you can be a bit more generous about the word "forget" here. I think it's clear from context I meant we didn't let it ruin subsequent performances. Mental that you decided to argue with me about this when I was clearly not looking for a confrontation with anybody, I was just being positive about our attitude and performances. Div.
  3. The "do they mean us?" thread

    I genuinely don't remember it being like that sorry.
  4. Football and Greggs - A Religon

    You elitist prig!
  5. The "do they mean us?" thread

    Agree totally. It shows our attitude that season, we just took it in our stride and quickly forgot about it. I loved our 1-0's after that, there were a few of them, so calm and efficient in that period.
  6. Football and Greggs - A Religon

    If Man City field a sausage roll instead of Jesus at the weekend we'll stick a decent chance of getting a result.
  7. The "do they mean us?" thread

    Very nicely done, enjoyable read and I found myself nodding in agreement all the way through. Are you not a little conscious though that we're developing a bit of a victim mentality? I'd hate for us to become one of those clubs whose fans are known for sulking and claiming the world is against them (not that the tone of your article was sulky at all by the way).
  8. Vardy - this is cool right?

    Is this cool?
  9. Is Iborra the best looking Fox of all time?

    I wouldn't kick Gareth Williams out of bed
  10. Surprised you still care?

    I think we've all shared a kind of identity crisis since that season. Nobody really knew what they should expect from the club, and I mean nobody; fans, players, owners, media etc. Totally unchartered territory for everybody. The situation is only just starting to stabilise now in my opinion and we can start to define our goals and develop some kind of identity.
  11. Smelly supporters

    Awful situation. I was in a cab the other day and I had to leave a one-star review after, the driver smelt like something the police use to disperse rioters. Not sure if it changed anything but you could try leaving this fella a one-star review and see what happens.
  12. The Living Wage at LCFC

    Desperately trying to work out why you told this story to me sorry.
  13. The Living Wage at LCFC

    My general opinion of companies paying the legal minimum wage is that they are basically saying they would pay less if they could but they're not allowed. I'm not saying that's a bad thing necessarily, it's a company's prerogative to do that and nobody is forced to work there. It all depends on what the company values. If as a company you're not particularly concerned about whether or not your employees give a damn about their job, or if you don't care much about how the image of the company or brand will be affected by a potentially demotivated workforce, or indeed if the job is so menial that the material difference between someone doing a good or a bad job is relatively small, then by all means pay minimum wage. But you can't demand much more than minimum ability and pride in the job if that's all you're willing to offer.
  14. Everton (H) Match Thread

    Definitely a penalty that, very lucky
  15. Everton (H) Match Thread