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  1. The Woolster

    The New Cricket Thread

    Why not let Broad go out and swing his arms for the last wicket and give Pope a chance to get to 150?
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    Nike deal

    Mail reporting as being worth £80m https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-7859965/Liverpool-announce-British-record-multi-year-partnership-Nike.html
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    TLW Deathpool 2019

    I'm guessing Clive James as that is the most recent
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    TLW Deathpool 2019

    I think I am missing a replacement from you. When I start the thread for the new comp (maybe next week), I'll look to get/confirm everyone's list
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    TLW Deathpool 2019

    Just checked, Glen Campbell died August 2017, you may well have had him, just not in this edition...!
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    TLW Deathpool 2019

    Not according to the @tokyojoe
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    TLW Deathpool 2019

    Suppose we should have a final table... The Woolster - 80 points Redheart - 50 points Skend04 - 40 points Megadriveman / Gruntfuttock / Littletedwest - 30 points Thoth - 20 points Aggers Elbow / Vladimirllyich / Jenson / Special K / Babb'sBurstnad / Nelly-Torres - 10 points Jairzinho / Fowlers God / Bjornebye / Tokyojoe - Nil points
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    TLW Deathpool 2019

    In the absence of @Fowlers God,I guess I don't mind running it now. I've got a title to defend after all!
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    Other Football - 2019/20

    Studies have found that "lol" tends to be used by older, more middle aged people. Which might actually be more insulting to aRdj! If your 12 yo is a girl, she might be more likely to be saying "sksksks and I oop!", which I discovered when I ended up going down a VSCO rabbit hole recently. No, me neither...
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    Has Phil Thompson lost the plot?

    McAteer doing a Josemi there Looks like George Foreman got an invite too!
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    Has Phil Thompson lost the plot?

    And its only taken you 2 years to rep it the actual post...! To be honest, I don't know if I was the first on here to suggest him, but I sure as hell made sure I was the one who took credit for it! To be fair, the first person I actually saw mention him was Roy Henderson when he was on RAWK years and years ago when Robertson was at Dundee Utd, he was raving about him, so I kept an eye on him when he joined Hull.
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    Takumi Minamino

    Spent a season and a half at Salzburg when Naby was there, which is an added bonus. Should be beneficial for both if them
  13. He only got 10 or so minutes here, vut I've been really impressed by Leighton Clarkson each time I've seen him.
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    53pts

    The fact that I don't have a degree in maths probably explains a lot then!
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    53pts

    This info isnt yet on that one, so crack on!
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    53pts

    Honestly though, nice thread. Just missing some colour coding...
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    53pts

    I'm stealing some of this info for my Strive and Strive thread on the MF! *pfft, as if I didn't have this info already*
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    General Election 2019

    Mate! Having since come across this Dr Moderate guy/gal, i now realised that the Leave vote is overweight in the polls too, so even more benefit to give. I said the I wanted the poll average to come in to at least an 8 point gap, it looks like the average after this evenings releases is about 9%, but with that overweight leave benefit to take into account, it looks to me like a hung parliament too (if this 6% gap requirement is correct). But if the youth vote really does come out in force, well, then who knows what might happen!
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    General Election 2019

    She said she could not support the Tory's whilst they have their current Brexit strategy. I think that is as good a ruled out
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    General Election 2019

    But that would have alienated the Labour Leavers even more than they already are, putting more seats at risk
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    General Election 2019

    I think Lib Dems going anti Corbyn was the right thing to do. We need the Lib Dems to win seats from the Tory's, and that largely means Tory voters switching to Lib Dem. If those voters felt they were essentially giving their vote to Corbyn, they would be less likely to switch.
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    General Election 2019

    I've been looking at some of these polls, and the headline numbers that we see strip out the undecideds. When the undecideds are included the gap between the Tories and Labour is at least a couple of % points closer than the headlines. The undecideds are still fairly large, ranging from about 8% to 15%. Now not all of the undecideds will end up voting, but I believe that undecideds that do vote tend to end up voting Labour, I think that is partly because it is a greater % of women who leave their decision late, and they tend to vote Labour. But also, my guess is that these undecideds are more likely to be tactical voters, so I am hopeful that there will be a closing of that gap. I think the pool are also underweight the youth vote, who we know tend to vote Labour. Including those with the undecideds, I think it could be a couple of % points closer. I thin kwe do need a swing of a couple of points on the headline numbers though, there is a bout a 10% gap, and I think we need to get to about 8% for these missing voters to get us to a hung parliament. With regards to the latest Survation, its got some funky stuff going on with London. London tends to vote Labour, the other polls that I have looked, including the previous Survation poll, at have Labour leading in London as expected, but this latest one has the Tories on 40.9% and Labour on 36.4%. The Survation poll before was 28.5% Conservative, 39.9% Labour. The poll is based off 98 people in London, which is over 10% of the amount polled, so I am not sure if I trust that this latest poll is actually representative.
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    General Election 2019

    I dunno, old people more likely to have postal vote?
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    General Election 2019

    They may be shite, but they'll get Brexit done...
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    General Election 2019

    Seems a bit odd that they were so against him, considering the majority he had in 2017. I know Raab has had a similar issue and is in trouble, but he is in a heavy remain area, just checked and West Suffolk was 63% Leave in the referendum. Was the area it was held in more left leaning than the rest of the constituency or something? I know he has made a massive knob of himself since the Tory leadership campaign, but presume there is no chance of him actually losing, is there?
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