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  1. gkmacca

    Irritating celebrity fans

    Paul Hollywood is a red born and bread.
  2. Among his many stupidities, he clearly doesn't understand what a deodorant actually does.
  3. Chris Sutton has done what seemed like the impossible and out-cynicled Karren Brady about this. He wants the Scottish premier league stopped right now, with Celtic being made champions because they're 13 points ahead, but he wants the English premier league cancelled with no team made chhampions even though we're 25 points ahead. Spectacular fuckwittery, Chris!
  4. I doubt the media, or most of the media, would accept that. Commercially, they're already taking a hit because of so many sporting cancellations (and the debates have already started about the possibility of partial refunds for subscribers during this period), so I doubt they'd agree to limitations that would affect their output. It would certainly be a three figure number even if they did, and there's a lot more who would need to be working in the stadium. At the highest level I don't think it would be anywhere near as simple as some have made out.
  5. I see that idiot Karren Brady is arguing for the season to be declared null and void. Handy for West Ham if it was, eh? That option would create the kind of legal wrangling that up to now has only been witnessed inside Neil Warnock's head.
  6. Yes. I don't see much evidence that they've seriously thought through the idea of closed doors games, because even without thousands of fans, you'll still have the kind of number of people that, in offices, are set to be told to stay at home. At Anfield you'd still have loads of people there to make the stadium operational, then the squads of players and all the medical and other members of staff, then, presumably, the huge media presence... That would add up to quite a large number. At a stadium such as Spurs, it would probably be even bigger. But I've read discussions of the closed doors option in the media that make it sound as if you only need some old bloke with a hanky over his nose to turn the 'ON' button and the game will go ahead with just a bunch of players. It's not that much of a 'safe' alternative.
  7. It's a bit like a woman telling you to pull out but assuring you it'll be accepted that you would indeed have ejaculated had it continued. We'll have a title in the records but surely it won't feel like it to those who've been waiting thirty years to see us finally get over the line. If you were going to design the emptiest experience of a huge triumph, this is what you'd have come up with. It's gutting.
  8. Would they? What would happen to all the prize money, the CL places, the promotions, etc? 'Voiding' a whole season isn't a simple action - it would leave the next season in chaos.
  9. gkmacca

    Pepe Reina

    An extended trough?? I know he piled on the pounds in his last couple of years with us but that's just cruel.
  10. gkmacca

    Hating our own players

    I was horrified when we signed Julian Dicks. When asked why we'd signed him, Souey told reporters: 'He's a man'. Thanks for that.
  11. There are things you can do when you're too slow and predictable. Be quicker and less predictable. Zip the passes around more, much more aggressive closing down of opponents and a bit more imaginaton and invention in the final third.
  12. We seem to have drifted into late-Rafa habits in terms of predictability. There's that robotic 'give Virge the ball in the centre circle' theme that is fair enough most of the time, but when there's not enough quick and sharp movement ahead it leaves us looking very slow and laboured. Add to that Mo's obsession with trying to play a one-two on the right and looking to run into the middle - it's way too predictable and it's doing my head in. Go down the line every now and again. Maybe play a while on the left. Shake things up. But at least we won Thank god for that. You don't turn around this kind of problem in one match. We played a bit better. Milner was great. Now let's push on.
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    Chelsea (A) FA Cup. 3/3/2020 - 19:75

    This is ridiculous. Chelski players keep diving in and we get penalised.
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    Chelsea (A) FA Cup. 3/3/2020 - 19:75

    Yeah. At times it's like watching the old dogs of war play on a speeded up video. I'm quite concerned how we'll get through this without a few players getting knocks.
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    Chelsea (A) FA Cup. 3/3/2020 - 19:75

    Ironic that Lampard was going nuts a few weeks ago about opponents who were being over-physical - this Chelski bunch are snapping at ankles all the time. The tempo they're playing at makes me wonder how long they can keep it up - even Barkley is putting the after-burners on.
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