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Inverted last won the day on March 13 2018

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  1. Inverted

    UK General Election 2019 & Brexit Discussion

    It's like Orwell said: "If you want a picture of the future, imagine the same right-wing Facebook copypaste stamped on a smartphone screen - forever".
  2. In terms of money spent relative to technical quality shown, this might literally be the worst game of football in history.
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    UK General Election 2019 & Brexit Discussion

    The fundamental problem is that our posh people are all either evil, or impossibly thick, and also that they have almost total control on our national flow of information. Also just consider - what if there wasn't a video to disprove these claims? Think about how easily they would have got away with this - nobody for a second was stopping to think about the veracity of these claims before they repeated them to their millions of Twitter followers. Look at how easily respectable "centrist" or "non-partisan" figures spread far-right disinformation. They either want to amplify it, or they lack the nous to realise that they're being repeatedly taken for a ride by compulsive proven liars. And so conveniently, they covered up Johnson's horror show today. A potential campaign-killing moment like Brown's "bigoted woman" moment. British democracy is fucked. I've had enough of this degenerate, rigged system. I'd take 10 years of smirking SNP wanks ruling me over any more of this.
  4. That's a clanger from De Gea. Steps forward, freezes, Otamendi heads it over the top of him. Then he makes a brilliant save a minute later from Mahrez. Just sums him up.
  5. Except for the above offences, it is not usually an offence if the ball touches a player’s hand/arm when a player falls and the hand/arm is between the body and the ground to support the body, but not extended laterally or vertically away from the body http://www.thefa.com/football-rules-governance/lawsandrules/laws/football-11-11/law-12---fouls-and-misconduct The rules seem to make a clear exception for the Fred situation. His hand was right by his hip so I don't think you could say it was extended "laterally or vertically". Whatever that means.
  6. It looks like a handball but really, how can you possibly fall like that without putting your hand down? I think if you tried to slide down onto your side, the instinct to put your hand down at the last second would be almost impossible to get over. He looked like he was trying his best not to put his hand down. When you break it down, it's not a deliberate handball, certainly not an unnatural position, and if you asked him to its almost impossible for him to take his hand out of the way.
  7. It's weird how City coped so well without De Bruyne, but now that he's back they look so dependent on him. They don't seem to have many ideas besides De Bruyne hitting those first time crosses from the right channel.
  8. Fred and McTominay are doing well just keeping it simple and feeding it to the front 4 however they can, as quickly as they can. Theyre not dwelling on the ball trying to play a beautiful pass - they're just putting it down the wings or playing it into feet and letting the forwards get at City before they reset.
  9. 2-0. It honestly could, maybe should, be 3 or 4.
  10. Rashford hits the bar. Every United attack is a clear chance.
  11. I don't think I agree that City have played that well? They've generally dominated but not made any huge openings, and United have made some decent counter attacking opportunities. Edit: another gigantic chance for United. They could bury this game this half if they start finishing from open play. City are looking lost defensively so far.
  12. Bernardo with the biggest winger's challenge you'll see. Surprised it took that long to decide.
  13. Glad to see Liverpool aren't going to grind their way to the league with 2-1 wins all season.
  14. Kepa seems very much like a "luxury" keeper. Good reflex saves and good technically, but he doesn't like being under pressure in his box. If Chelsea were more consistent and dominant in games he'd probably look fine.
  15. Perfect storm for Chelsea considering the weak spots that have been exposed here and there. Chelsea have thrived by pinning teams back and then opening them up with intricate play. The two big things Big Dunc has obviously demanded were that Everton come storming out to disrupt Chelsea's build up, and then to target Zouma and Christensen at every chance.