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  1. Monday Jun 10: Alan Hansen is seriously ill in hospital and the way people are talking it’s touch and go. He’s only 68 and no-one is saying what exactly is wrong with him, other than he’s “in critical condition”. This has upset me more than I would have expected. I’ve been thinking about him a lot today, and weirdly I saw Phil Thompson getting cash out of the machine at Maghull Square today and he looked devastated. His shoulders were slumped, his head was down and there was something about his walk too. No spring in his step, he just looked like he had the weight of the world on his shoulders. I’m sure all of Jocky’s team-mates and friends are feeling the same way. Come on big fella, pull through. Not a great deal else going on today but United are showing their lack of class again. Ten Hag is still United manager but they’ve been talking with Tuchel and are still considering other candidates including Southgate. That Jim Ratcliffe is a cunt and he has no idea what he’s doing. Typical big businessman who thinks he has all the answers. If United think he’s going to fix their problems they’re kidding themselves. He’s no different to the other divvies they’ve had running things, except he is almost certainly a much worse human being. Horrible tory cunt. I’m actually feeling sorry for Ten Hag now, even though I think he’s a knobhead as well. Meanwhile, I’ve gone back to reading Bobby’s book and there are a couple of interesting things I thought worth mentioning. He spoke a few times in there about how hard Klopp’s training was and that although he loved it, some of the other lads found it hard after a while and it definitely contributed to the hangovers we had in the seasons after we won the league and missed out on the quadruple. He also suggested that the injuries he picked up late in his time here were just a result of the grind. He didn’t mention players by name, but it was obvious that Fabinho was one of the ones he was talking about in terms of not being able to deal with it. Hendo as well probably. The demands Klopp placed on them allowed them to be as successful as they were, but it takes a pretty heavy toll. It made me think about Mo and what happened to him this season. Not just the injury he picked up (which wasn’t with us, but I’m not sure that’s relevant either way if it’s a result of miles on the clock) but how he looked. We’ve seen the best of him and there’s a chance that his drop off could be quite steep. I say that because of how it got Sadio amongst others. Mo played more than any of them, I know he’s supremely fit but even so, it’s not the age it’s the mileage. The other thing I took from it was that this book makes me like Bobby a whole lot less than I did before, so I wouldn’t recommend it if you’re a big Bobby fan (which basically everyone is). All the God stuff annoyed me. No problem with his faith and it definitely seems to have helped him become a much better husband and father than he was before, but some of the absolute fucking nonsense he’s coming out with was winding me up. Anything good that happens is because it was God’s hand at work. Anything bad was nothing to do with the big man upstairs though. The best was when he said we won the Premier League and Champions League because he had asked God to let him win some big trophies. Presumably the Brazilian lads in the Spurs squad didn’t pray hard enough that night in Madrid then? The last few chapters of this book had my eyes hurting from all the rolling they were doing. I saw a compilation video today of some of Mo’s best bits from his time here. Not goals, but brilliant runs and insane footwork. None of it was from the past year or two and it really hit home to me just how incredible he was and how much he’s dropped off from that now. He’s still putting up the numbers and if you’re judging him off a spreadsheet you will probably argue he’s as good as ever, but when you see him flying around the pitch dribbling past people and putting own the afterburners. We don’t see that anymore and it’s only really when you see what he used to do that you realise it. He may still be worth a new contract depending on how he does next season, but it can’t be on the same terms he’s on now as he isn’t a 350k a week player anymore.
    27 points
  2. Monday May 20: The fallout from yesterday is interesting. Man City once again screaming from the rooftops about not getting their due credit and wondering why everyone is talking about Liverpool instead. Their official account tweeted a a dig at us last night because they’re so obsessed. Linda responded to that today and basically put them in a body bag, it was great stuff to be fair, she’s absolutely savaged them while somehow keeping the high ground. Everyone at City has a massive chip on their shoulder because they don't think they get the attention they deserve, and they're especially jealous of the publicity we get. Even today if you look at the homepage of BBC sport there are four stories on there, and three of them are about us including the main splash story. Their title parade is the other story but it's almost an afterthought. They're hilarious though, their own fans don't give a fuck about their parades so why should anyone else? The club confirm Slot as the new manager and the beat journal all have stuff about how the appointment was made, what the process was, what Slot told them in his interview etc and it’s all interesting stuff. The big thing for me is one of the first things he said was how much he’s looking forward to working with my Darwin and getting him to fulfil his potential. Fucking yes Arne lad, you’ll do for me son. Mind you, Darwin is getting pelters again on social media after some footage is doing the rounds of him being the only player not applauding Klopp in the guard of honour. I agree it doesn’t look good at all, but it could be nothing. A fuss was being made of the dressing room footage too with people saying he looked ‘bored’ during Klopp’s final speech to them. He didn’t look any less engaged than several other players to me, they’re just sat around listening but not necessarily hanging on his every word and looking at him all doughy eyed. And why would they be? This is the first time we’ve seen Klopp talking to the group so it’s a big deal for us. They’ve had it thousands of times. Darwin probably doesn't have a clue what he's saying anyway, which in itself is a problem but that's another story. The not clapping didn’t sit right though and I can see why people weren’t happy. But the weird thing is I saw the interaction between them when the substitutions were being made and there was a warm embrace between them and there was nothing in Dawrin's body language to suggest he was pissed off. Then footage came out later today of the party last night where Nunez is grabbing Klopp and dancing with him. So my takeaway from this is that Darwin is wired somewhat different to other people and his behaviour is erratic as fuck. It doesn’t necessarily mean anything, he’s just one of those mad bastards who you can’t really judge the same way you would most people. I don’t think he didn’t clap as some kind of deliberate snub, I reckon he’s probably got a short attention span (probably thinking about drawing horses) and didn’t even realise he wasn’t clapping. Of course I’m not ruling out that when he gets back to South America he lets rip in an interview and absolutely takes a flame-thrower to his future here. I could absolutely see that happening, the South American is strong in this one. Much like it is in his idol and mine, ‘El Pistolero’, who would often wait until he got home before baring his soul.
    26 points
  3. Probably the least dramatic final day I can remember. Maybe that’s why all eyes were on Anfield for Klopp’s farewell? Sky put most of their energy into that anyway, there’s even an hour and twenty minutes of their coverage on YouTube. It had 70% more viewers than City’s title celebrations but that isn’t surprising at all. For one thing, we’ve got way more fans than them, but also there will have been far more neutrals tuning into what was happening at Anfield rather than the lame, hard arsed celebrations going on at City. No-one cares about them, they’re just not on people’s radar unless you’re going head to head with them. They’re seen as a necessarily evil by fans of teams who don’t want to see their rivals winning titles, and everyone else just doesn’t care about them. They’re inevitable though. Everybody knew they’d beat West Ham on the final day. There was never any possibility that they wouldn’t, and that’s how they’ve ruined football. I remember when United lost the league on the final day because they got beat by West Ham. That’s how football was then, things like that could happen. Not anymore. Now it’s dull as fuck because of what City have done to the league. Now you draw a game in September and your first thought is “oh that might cost us the title” and it’s not an irrational reaction either. Twice for us it has, and now it’s happened to Arsenal too. If they’d turned one draw into a win they’d be Champions. Back when United were winning it every year they could lose six games and not even have to worry about it. City’s cheating has distorted everything but not enough people are angry about it because they have no actual rivals other than Stockport fucking County. Even United don’t hate them because they’re the necessary evil that has denied us three titles. Everton and Spurs buzz off them too. The TV companies must be sick of them because they’re not good for ratings. Imagine the excitement last weekend if it had been us and Arsenal going for it? Or United, or someone completely out of the ordinary like Villa or Newcastle. Totally different, there’d be so much more juice to it. There’s no juice to anything City do. Technically the title went to the last day but not really. These dull cunts snuffed out any possible hint of it being interesting by racing into a 2-0 lead against West Ham thanks to a Foden double. His first goal came inside two minutes, the robotic cunts just suck all the fun and drama out of everything don’t they? At least it put Arsenal fans out of their misery quickly and spared them the nightmare we endured a couple of years back. Kudus did pull one back with a brilliant overhead kick but Rodri restored City’s cushion and they just strangled the game after that. They’re such try hard cunts though aren’t they? So desperate to show that they’re relevant and passionate. There was a pitch invasion at the final whistle and even that looked staged. When has that ever happened before? I wonder how much the owners paid them for that? Because I tell you one thing, it was planned. You can see loads of them waiting pitch side while the stewards are doing nothing. They make me cringe. Haaland is one big fucking dopey wanker too. Talking about what a great achievement it is and how people “don’t understand”. No you big fucking cave troll looking cunt, everyone understands, they just don’t care because the whole world knows City cheated to get where they are and are still cheating now. He knows that more than anybody, with only a third of his 900k a week salary being paid by the club he plays for. The charges might only go up to 2018, but the cheating has never stopped and it’s still happening now. And everyone knows it. Arsenal did their job by getting the win but it was all moot in the end. They almost didn’t win and needed a last minute goal from Havertz to see off Everton, who had briefly led through Gueye’s deflected free-kick. I can give Arsenal a bit of a pass for their uninspired performance as they’ll have known what was happening at the Etihad and it will have been deflating. I’ve covered all of this a lot recently as the season has drawn to a close, so I won’t be going over all the Arsenal stuff again other than to say for the second year in a row they’re the legitimate Champions and hopefully one day those titles will find their way to their rightful home. One thing I do need to address about Arsenal though is that they had a title lift rehearsal on the pitch the day before. I don’t know if this is normal and whether we did it when we were in that situation, but it just really stinks of Arsenal doesn’t it? Even if we did it, we’d have kept it well under wraps. Arsenal letting that get out there into the world is just embarrassing. No doubt they’ll have had t-shirts printed with “2023/24 Premier League Champions” on them, which is fine. I’m sure we did that too as you need to be prepared just in case. I expect ours will have been burned on the final whistle, never to see the light of day, but would anyone be shocked to see random “Gooners” wearing them in TikTok videos over the summer? In fairness I hope they do. Arsenal declaring themselves as the legitimate Champions would be fucking ace and I’d back them all the way on that.
    23 points
  4. Monday May 27: Ten Hag takes shots at Arne Slot, some nonsense about Feyenoord not being that good under him. “People have been going overly lyrical about Feyenoord. Feyenoord were steady this year, but not top. PSV Eindhoven were two classes better in all areas. In terms of dominating the ball, in terms of putting pressure, in terms of intensity, you name it. [Peter] Bosz and his staff did that top notch, but the rest of the club is also well put together. PSV Eindhoven were better than the rest by such a long distance, even so much better than Feyenoord.” So because one team has an incredible year (amassing more points than Leverkusen) that means Feyenoord weren’t that good? They got more points this year than when they won the league last year. Replace PSV with City and Feyenoord with Arsenal and think about how ridiculous that statement is. But why say it at all? Won a trophy have you, baldy? Fucking weirdo. There’s just something really off about him, he isn’t a normal fella, he’s fucking weird. He’s in bullish mood though after winning the FA Cup and said “If Manchester United don’t want me I’ll just do what I’ve always done and go and win trophies somewhere else”. I really hope they keep him, he’s proper shit but he might be the luckiest manager in the league. That luck will run out though and imagine how funny it will be when it does? They’re finishing 8th with all the luck in the world. Take that luck away and they might get relegated. Ten Hag also says that Ajax sacking Overmars for sending pics of his cock to loads of female staff was “scandalous”. Not surprised by that at all, he’s been at United long enough now to know that’s just standard behaviour. There’s a long history of that shit there. I’m old enough to remember Clayton Blackmore’s exploits, not to mention Bryan Robson who let’s not forget was actually dubbed “Captain Cock Out”. In other news, Kyle Walker says he’d take winning the Euros with England over the treble with City. Given that none of our lads have ever said anything like that (some have said the opposite) I think this settles once and for all that “this means more”. I don’t blame Walker at all though. He probably just wants to win something without an asterisk and have a proper parade with actual people there cheering. Staying with the cheats, it’s reported that Guardiola will be off next summer. Convenient that. Announce it now so if they get hammered with deductions and relegation he can say his plan was to leave anyway. If they don’t, he can say he’s had a change of heart. Sneaky, duplicitous little bald fuck.
    21 points
  5. Monday Jun 3: I’ve seen a few people taking issue with something Bellingham said after the final about proving critics wrong and that people said he couldn’t do it blah blah blah. He seems like a bit of a tit to me and I’d have to question Trent’s taste in mates. First he was tight with Rashford and now Bellingham’s his body and they’re both knobheads. This “everyone doubted me” schtick is especially nauseating. At 16 he was in Birmingham’s first team and every top club in England wanted him. At 17 he joined Dortmund and Birmingham RETIRED HIS FUCKING SHIRT NUMBER!!!. At 19 he signed for Real Madrid for ONE HUNDRED MILLION EUROS. Who are these people telling him he wasn’t going to amount to anything, and how old was he when it happened? Twelve? Nope, because Darren Bent was on the radio the other day saying how one of his mates was coaching at Birmingham and was telling him about this 12 year old kid who was going to be a superstar. Just shut up you dickhead and enjoy your success. Soft cunt has probably been watching the Last Dance and thinks he’s Michael Jordan. Still no interview with Slot, which I find a bit odd, especially as he isn’t on holiday. He’s still on Merseyside, moving into Jurgen’s old house apparently. I did get told last week his unveiling press conference wasn’t going to be until the start of pre-season, but I’d have thought that the club website would have wanted to get something out. Maybe they’re all on holiday and there’s no-one there to do it? In this age of content and the clamour to get stuff on social media, it’s really surprising the club haven’t been all over this. We’re being linked with some French kid who is being chased by all the top clubs. Madrid have apparently told him to sit tight until they’re ready, so we can forget about that one. No disrespect to Slot, but it’s not like he can just ring them up and wow them the way Klopp could. That’s not a criticism, it’s just a reality of post-Klopp life. There’s no-one else like him and this is one of many areas where we’ll miss him. And even he probably wouldn’t be able to talk someone out of signing for Madrid.
    19 points
  6. Got to say that was boss. Ahsolutely brilliant do. Best atmosphere since Chelsea in the 05 semi. She could've pulled out a few fist pumps to the kop, but otherwise flawless. I'm not into big gigs, I like them small, intimate, sticky floored and with grotty bogs, but the show she just put on was fabulous. She started at bang on 7:30 and closed after 10:40, and even with me not knowing half the songs I still loved every minute. Apart from getting my first hay-fever bout of the year and pulling a pec muscle from sneezing, it was perfect.
    17 points
  7. It was a great night. Lightning Seeds and Zutons were amazing too! The crowd sang Jurgen songs many times in the evening, and it was a great tribute to him. And I loved how at the end, as we were all leaving the arena, the crowd spontaneously burst into a rendition of Allez Allez Allez - it sort of was a nice reminder that this isn't the end. It's just a checkpoint for us. A momentous one, but we're still Liverpool FC, we're still together and we march on.
    17 points
  8. I'm not gonna go on and on as we've been down this road before. I grew up in abject poverty, and I mean real poverty - I remember my mum using a food bank (wasn't called that then) back in the late 90s. When I worked at local rags and later for an MP I managed to help a few people, got some people their benefits back, got people council house moves etc. I did it with my head down so I can't be doing with performative bollocks. I don't need kids waving flags and taking selfies with said flags to lecture me about the world being an unjust place or trying to tell me my beliefs are wrong. My view of your personally isn't informed by the fact you have different opinions to me - it's to do with the fact you don't argue them and I don't believe you genuinely hold many of them, you just enjoy dropping hand grenades and I'm not sure why. Your opinions on Starmer, Biden, Ukraine, Israel are - at best - Airfix kit trendy liberal opinions and, at worst, those of a provocateur with highly questionable motives. This Forum means a lot to me, and I don't like seeing it used for those purposes - call me old school.
    17 points
  9. There are things around procurement and collective agreements that could save a fortune, but you’ll have to piss of some high ranking Tory donors to do that… There are loads of areas where you can remove contracts from private firms and bring them back into public ownership, basically strip back all the outsourcing until that parasitic side of things die. People laughed when they said they’d give every primary school kid a toothbrush , but it’d legitimately save a fortune in emergency A&E visits for extraction. Simple ideas, done well. Treat your workforce with respect and give them the quality training and support they need to be better. It’ll be small, incremental steps to get there, but the NHS has been broken by design and just needs putting back together with clarity and expertise. New money isn’t needed, it’d help obviously, you just need to rid it of the secondary agencies which are drawing huge money which should be reserved for the actual purposes of the NHS, free healthcare at the point of access to all who need it.
    16 points
  10. Spent most of today in hospital. I'm on medication for hypertension, have been for a year or so but it's made fuck all difference so I've booked an appointment on Thursday for a meds review and i stopped taking the meds. Earlier today I suddenly got a massive, massive headache. Lasted about a minute then it went as quickly as it had arrived. Tested my BP which was 199/119. I rang my ex as I thought I was genuinely in trouble. After much nagging from her I called 111 who told me to go straight to a&e. Had a few tests and the doc told me it was a warning and that the meds I'd stopped taking are literally keeping me alive. Massive shock really. I'm a (I think) very young 56, I've lost well over a stone in the last month or so (couple more to go though), reduced salt and eating more healthily than I ever have but these things are just lurking there waiting to kill you anyway. I'd highly recommend you lot get your BP measured. If it wasn't for my ex buying a machine a year or so ago I'd never have known my BP was high and there's a fair chance I'd have karked it at some point. Getting older is proper arse.
    15 points
  11. My fight with this fucking disease carries on. Earlier in the year something was picked up from a surveillance scan. After more scans I was referred to the Christie in Manchester to try a procedure only they do and one other place in the UK. This time my cancer had moved to my peritoneal - having started in the bowel, the last bout in the bladder and now onto this, which they think is where the bladder had been touching the stomach lining previously. I had this surgery which include chemo washing my innards this week and I'm now recovering in hospital. The surgery was pretty major and I expect to be in hospital for 2 weeks, but the aim was to give me a cure to this fucking thing.
    15 points
  12. Fuck that. They're not a political organisation anymore, they bear all the hallmarks of a crime syndicate. I'd shed no more of a tear for them disappearing into the sands of history than I would the Medellin cartel. The opposition can come from the greens and the lib dems, SNP etc. I want the tories expunged from history.
    13 points
  13. Just had to break the news to my 16 year old son his mum has weeks at most left. He knew she had cancer, but it deteriorated to the point she has months left so we decided to wait till after his exams to tell him; but we have now been told it's a matter of weeks maybe days. It's absolutely broken me, he has had a month of exam stress and now this has been piled on him. I wish I could get him to open up but he just keeps stuff to himself, all he says is he is angry with the doctors who fobbed her off for over 9 months telling her it was piles....I honestly don't know what to do
    13 points
  14. A mate of mine is retiring after 48 years (!) working in our place. They did a tribute to him on the intranet and there are loads of comments underneath, saying nice things about him and wishing him well. The temptation to write "Never heard of the cunt" was almost overwhelming.
    13 points
  15. Lamb shank with garlic mash.
    13 points
  16. I'm a week in from surgery and progressing well. Every day is fucking hard, but I keep clearing milestones as I'm going, so it's worth it. Today counts as my day 8. Before surgery I had been told to expect to be in hospital till day 14. But I'll be pushing them to let me go home today.
    13 points
  17. Monday Jun 17: Souness says he’s spoke to Jocky and he sounded great. Fantastic news that, such a relief. Souey says he thinks he’s going to make a full recovery, but I don’t know if that’s his interpretation of it or its based on what Hansen himself said. Either way, let’s just hope that’s the case. Three games at the Euros today and I didn’t watch any. I think I’m done with it you know. I watched some bits and pieces over the weekend (nice for Gakpo to get a goal and man of the match) but I feel like it’s just wasting time that I could spend doing something else. I don’t have any interest in watching this and I’ve been trying to figure out why. Initially I thought maybe I’m just burnt out from footy and need the summer off, but it’s not that. It’s that I don’t actually enjoy watching it anymore because of VAR. I’ve seen the clips of what happened to Belgium today with the disallowed Lukaku goal, and yeah, I’m done with this shit. They’ve ruined the game completely with this fucking traffic warden bullshit. Obviously I’ll still watch the Reds but when it comes to just sitting down and watching random games of footy, I think I’m out. Ten Hag is a case isn’t he? Utterly fucking deluded to the point where he strikes a perfect balance between being arrogant as fuck but shit enough at his job that it’s funny rather than offensive. If he was good I’d absolutely hate him as he seems like a complete bellend. But because he stinks, I can’t get enough of his egotistical nonsense. The latest guff from him is about how he felt about United talking to other managers before going back to him. “Manchester United have told me that they spoke with Tuchel, but they eventually came to the conclusion that they already have the best manager." Amazing. He’s going to be great fun this season.
    12 points
  18. Souness on Talksport said he has spoken to him on the phone and he is sounding like he is on the mend.
    12 points
  19. I've just won this exquisite piece of original artwork in the crossword competition, and I've got to say this is the best thing that's happened to me in years.
    12 points
  20. At least with it being on Sky, his parents aren't going to be embarrassed watching it.
    12 points
  21. “You fraudulently elevated the value of key assets, you fraudulently elevated the value of key assests, you fraudulently elevated the value of key assettttttttsssss, and refused to hand over relevant documentation”
    12 points
  22. I think they should have been given the chance to say goodbye to Goodison and the Prem on the same day.
    11 points
  23. So the plan was to have a full english in Liverpool but flight cancelled. Was due to fly out today but cancelled again until tomorrow. Full english in Dalyan then. £12 inc tea, which i think is a bit pricey but standard price in most places. Anti bean/tomato/fungus lovers wont be happy.
    11 points
  24. With the great man before the Barca 4 nil game. Free bar and the greatest defender we’ve ever had. What a night.
    11 points
  25. I went over to Coventry today to support the launch of Zarah Sultanas campaign. There must have been around 200 people there and some had travelled all the way from London and Ipswich just to meet her. Had a good chat with Zarah, she's a reds fan and is gutted about Klopp leaving. Also got to meet John Mcdonnell as well. Definitely made me feel a bit more optimistic about voting Labour.
    11 points
  26. After nine amazing years Jurgen Klopp's time at Liverpool has come to an end. He won everything, broke all sorts of records, treated us to the best football we've ever seen and gave us one hell of a fun ride. TLW Editor Dave Usher is joined by Paul Natton and Julian Richards for the final podcast of the Jurgen Klopp era. Thanks Boss. View full article
    11 points
  27. Alan Pardew threatened to sue me once if that counts?
    10 points
  28. If you make the telling of a really good story the priority, then you can have your diversity and make your points without bashing people over the head with it. For instance, Star Wars in 1977 had a strong, ballsy, intelligent woman who was very far from the damsel in distress she could so easily have been. You didn't watch it thinking "This is feminist propaganda", it's only after the fact you really appreciate what a sea change in female representation in science fiction it was. The Empire Strikes Back in 1980 had a black man in a position of power, a person with depth, firmly rooted in the universe, who was as far from the stereotypes of the time as you could get. But first and foremost it was a great actor and a great character, and his race was almost incidental, while being revolutionary in its own quiet way. You never needed to shoehorn this stuff into Star Wars, it was always there, and it was depicted in a way that was almost casual. Subtlety in storytelling, man, whatever happened to that.
    10 points
  29. I'm not sure Ruddock and Hansen ever played together did they?
    10 points
  30. It’s my dad’s funeral on Friday. I’m carrying him in and doing the eulogy. I don’t wanna do it, even though I know I’ll be pleased afterwards that I did. It’s thoughtful, it’s funny, it’s heartfelt. It may be the best thing I’ve ever written. I’m still shit scared of reading it out in front of a packed church though. Dunno about depression but this shit has been on my mind constantly for weeks. I just want it out of the way now. I know that when I drive home on Saturday/Sunday a massive weight will be lifted off my shoulders. Physically and metaphorically.
    10 points
  31. In remembrance of the 39 Juventus supporters who lost their lives at Heysel. RIP.
    10 points
  32. Arrrrrr shit. What an incredible couple of days I’ve had and then wander in here for a little mooch and find this. Thanks for the love people. X
    10 points
  33. I think anybody who votes for national service should have to do national service regardless of age.
    10 points
  34. Manchester Utd are arguably our biggest rivals. Man City are nothing really, just Wigan on PEDs. Their recent success means absolutely zero. I would be amazed if any Reds wanted Man Utd to win that yesterday. I wanted them to get absolutely hammered & was pretty annoyed when I saw the score last night.
    10 points
  35. This is ingenious managing of expectations from Slot. I’ll be made up if he bothers attending our games. Not even arsed about performances.
    9 points
  36. For some balance, the best of Britain.
    9 points
  37. The news is out that Ten Hag is toast after the FA Cup final. A sad day for English football and for comedy fans all around the globe. Looks like these INEOS blokes are dead clever and have identified this McKenna fella as THE man. He’s 38, he’s only had two good seasons as manager of Ipswich Town but he’s got that special ‘Manchester United DNA’ How long are we giving this one? I genuinely think if they hire him he’ll be gone before the end of his first season. Former player or not, there’s no way they’ll stick with a ‘project manager’ when they continue to be shite. Absolutely no way whatsoever.
    9 points
  38. Biden should pick Stormy Daniels as his running mate.
    9 points
  39. They might be right about this, but the supposedly left wing press can fuck right off. Had the chance to fully get behind a party which would have reversed all this five years ago and chose not to.
    9 points



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