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  2. Michael

    UK General Election 2019 & Brexit Discussion

    Wow, this map says it all really. There is a huge divide in opinion between the young people and the older people of this country. If this map is accurate, then it is very revealing and very telling as to the mindset of the age demographics in this country. I was aware that a lot of the older generation voted for the Tories(my nan being one of them), but I didn't realise that the extent of the correlation between peoples ages and which way they voted was this difinitive. That's a very interesting map, thanks for posting it.
  3. 6666

    UK General Election 2019 & Brexit Discussion

    Bernie Sanders is now being accused of antisemitism. Worked against Corbyn so obviously it's going to work against a Jewish man...
  4. Michael

    UK General Election 2019 & Brexit Discussion

    "All faiths are bs", that is your opinion and you are entitled to it, I myself am not convinced of any particular religion. But to say that all followers of faiths are brainwashed is a totally misinformed thing to say. Believe you me, there are many highly educated and highly intelligent people that are religious. To claim that they are brainwashed is just narrow minded and quite frankly, very silly. As far as I am aware, the literacy rates in the Arab world as a whole, are not that bad, they are better on the whole than many other parts of the world. It's bad in a few Arab countries, but it's excellent in other Arab countries. In anycase, if it's Islam that you are having a dig at here, the Arab countries only make up around 20% of the muslims worldwide. There are highly educated practicing Christians, Muslims and Jews around the world, to claim that they are all brainwashed is stupid. Are people like Peter Hitchens brainwashed in your opinion?
  5. DeadLinesman

    Gloryhunter

    Beat Ipswich 2-1, upto 4th. Manager quits. Fuck you Bristol Rovers.
  6. Luton is doing better but they really have "on travel syndrome"
  7. Pyfish

    Gloryhunter

    @HawayTheLads, @londonerlilie and @Eco... I shouldn’t laugh but not a great start to life in non league for you three. Harrogate’s next game is against Barnoldswick but I can’t find any fixtures for them so I’ll count Boreham Wood as their next fixture.
  8. nudge

    Star Wars

  9. West Ham secured a valuable 3 points here. Ex-Eintracht Frankfurt striker Sebastien Haller with the crucial and only goal of the game. West Ham are moving further away from the relegation places and into mid-table, while Southampton are firmly stuck in the relegation zone, being placed 3rd from last in the Premier League table.
  10. That wasn't the foul he whistled for. It was a few seconds before on another player. Played advantage for a few seconds and that's when Ings takes the ball off Yarmolenko and there was no advantage there.
  11. Bluewolf

    Star Wars

    Yea, right!!! as if Han Solo the smuggler is going to bother with Insurance...
  12. Today
  13. Bluewolf

    Mobile Phones

    It's been ok so far... I don't use it for apps or a lot of internet etc just phone calls, photos and such and needed something with a lot more space and this had 128GB so seemed fairly decent for the monthly cost, I will let you know if I start having any issues with it though...
  14. Gray and Iheanacho were back to their usual today sadly. Don't want to go in too hard on anyone because we've been on a phenomenal run but we've gotten away with it a couple of times lately I think. Wasn't just those two either. Tielemans has been iffy for a little while and Barnes just isn't quite cutting it. I had a feeling Norwich would make it tougher than many expected. It's rare that struggling teams come here and roll over, they often make us work for it. Too many just not at the races but to be honest you can't go in too hard. We've been excellent so far. Tough to know what to do regarding our next few. This really wasn't the one to drop points in. I really don't want us to take Wednesday nightly but I can see us prioritising the league games. Wouldn't be against him using the diamond on Wednesday but it was a mistake today, although I'm not sure it was totally tactics either and as much just players having off days. Too many of them. We are too reliant on Vardy for goals. Still.
  15. That "foul" that ruled out Ings' goal was an astoundingly bad decision. Yarmolenko loses the ball, kicks Ings, goes down, Ings stays up and scores a worldie. Atkinson has looked well off the boil recently.
  16. It is poor, What's worse is we have now lost games against Bournemouth, Everton & West Ham who are struggling and not got the best defensive records, I am surprised at how all these sides despite their form were able to not only score against us but keep a clean sheet, and yet we were not able to do the same?? Our hopes of being able to stay in a top 4 or 5 position in the league do not rely on us beating the likes of City or Liverpool but being able to make the best of it from 6th spot down and when you are throwing away points against sides we should be at least scoring once against we have no chance of holding on to it.. We have taken a sudden dip in form, We all knew our defence was not great but at least going forward we were very creative and scoring goals which gave us the edge but it's noticeable that Mounts form has dipped and CHO just seems well off the pace since coming back as an example and in general we are lacking that killer instinct or composure in the final third. I think the honeymoon period is over now and Lampard is struggling tactically... it's great we always have a lot of the ball but no good if we can't get goals with it... I won't be too down about it as we knew this season was going to be more experimental than those that have gone before and the younger players have to have some adversity to learn how to overcome it but it's runs like this that have always raised question marks over the manager and I wonder now that the transfer ban has been lifted will they stick with Lampard regardless or bring down the sword if things don't get any better?? We all know how Chelsea operate in that regard and him coming on board was a nice cosy fit for all parties given the circumstances at the start of the season but when we crash out of the CL which we will, and then maybe start looking like we won't be in a qualifying spot for next season then what I wonder??
  17. CaaC (John)

    Today I Had To Laugh At...

  18. Stan

    Off Topic

    Correct.
  19. Not dubious at all. Takes a clear deflection in to the net and his header wasn't on target. 10 points behind Liverpool. I couldn't see the 8 point gap being clawed back in the slightest so 10 points just accentuates the fact they're winning it this year. One point further away in 2nd than anyone below us. Fancy Arsenal to take points off Man City (don't ask why, just gut feeling ). We were poor today. Norwich were crap. Poor game. Too many underperformers across the park. Only Ndidi and perhaps Chilwell (at a push) come away with any kind of credit today. Maddison, Tielemans, Gray, even Pereira looked off the boil. We looked leggy and tired in the final 10-15 mins but Norwich barely threatened in 2nd half, seemed happy with a point. Look out for some controversy on MOTD - Norwich put the ball out for their player (who literally got up as soon as the ball went out). We threw it back on and Iheanacho carried on playing as normal. Gets hacked down and then a few Norwich players get overly physical on him in their anger as he lays on the ground injured. I've not seen it back but I thought there'd have been more yellow cards. Oh well. Will have to watch it back later. Next 3 games are big. Everton away in the League Cup - it's a serious trophy/silverware we should aim for while not in Europe. Then Man City and Liverpool...
  20. Fortuna Dusseldorf 0-3 RB Leipzig is the final score. RB Leipzig go top of the Bundesliga table with this win and Leipzig's next Bundesliga match against Dortmund, promises to be a cracker! Schick had another very good game. Leipzig have an option to buy Schick permanently at the end of the season for around €28 million. That figure is looking quite a bargain now for a young striker of Schick's quality. RB Leipzig would be fools not to buy him for that amount, given his impressive performances for them so far.
  21. CaaC (John)

    2019 Post of the Year

    I realised that @Bluewolf the arsonist shits all over anything else
  22. DeadLinesman

    Mobile Phones

    I use it for work as well. Lots of gadgets, gizmos for measuring on site. I know there’s cheaper alternatives but I’m a slave to iOS and prefer it over android (tried the galaxy, hated it). Blatantly could have had the cheaper XR at £750 but I’m stupid and wanted the better, larger screen with more storage. I upgraded from the 6plus that I’d had for over 5 years so they always last me a fair while.
  23. Stan

    2019 Post of the Year

    That's not necessarily a post of the year
  24. Danny

    Mobile Phones

    Christ are you OK? I think I’d cry if I spent that much on a phone lol After spending the last 4 years with an iPhone 5s I’ve just got the iPhone....wait for it.....6s. £30 upfront and about £25 a month, unlimited calls, texts and 8gb data on o2. Does all the other extra shit you need from a phone
  25. Cafu just edges it for me. He created a legacy and a blueprint for modern-day attacking full-backs.
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