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  1. RobbieOR

    The New Cricket Thread

    First time since 2011 England have batted first and not lost a wicket before lunch.
  2. RobbieOR

    The New Leader of the Labour Party

    The political correspondents for TV channels on social media had as much of an impact as anything during the election though. Kuenssberg, Peston etc spreading lies that had no truth to them that were influencing people before they could be debunked. I think we're already there personally.
  3. Everyone thought we were mental spending the money on Van Dijk, Alisson, and Mane at the time. It proves his point.
  4. RobbieOR

    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    I see they're taking it well
  5. RobbieOR

    The New Cricket Thread

    Both of these teams are exactly the same. Mirror image.
  6. RobbieOR

    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    He's never done that type of job before ever in his career. He has such a good name that they can't exactly turn him down or say no but I'd question what track record he has to do well at midtable club.
  7. RobbieOR

    Champions League Knock-Out Stages

    Only reason why I'd be fearful is they can be cunts but we're the much better team than them these days. It's not even close.
  8. RobbieOR

    James Milner; £165,000 P/W

    You can't run a club like that, he's not exactly going to be broke if he has to leave on a free transfer.
  9. RobbieOR

    James Milner; £165,000 P/W

    Would have waited towards the end of the season before giving him a deal and certainly wouldn't have given him 2 years. He's 34. Presuming with this fella from Salzburg coming in his game time will be a bit more marginalised.
  10. RobbieOR

    Should Corbyn remain as Labour leader?

    Might as well just go the whole hog and pander to the far right if that's the route you want to go down.
  11. RobbieOR

    Should Corbyn remain as Labour leader?

    He's not going straight away.
  12. RobbieOR

    Should Corbyn remain as Labour leader?

    Spot on. And if you're gloating over this you're a dickhead.
  13. RobbieOR

    Should Corbyn remain as Labour leader?

    The right wing using the media via divide and conquer tactics to split the vote is a factor.
  14. RobbieOR

    Should Corbyn remain as Labour leader?

    I have never said they were right wing but the idea that they're any sort of socialists is bollocks when they've both used any sort of opportunity to tell us how bad the current leadership of the party is. One of them deliberately making a point of promoting the Lib Dems to make a point. If you have that influence and you care about the wider society you don't completely try and detonate any chance they have of winning by undermining them. If you have any sort of social conscience then you back Corbyn. It's as simple as that.
  15. RobbieOR

    Should Corbyn remain as Labour leader?

    Campbell and Blair are not left wing though. Far from it. That's kind of the point.