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  1. Agree totally about Salah and Firmino. The two of them are so out of form it's unbelievable. The fact that fat Luke Shaw had Salah in his pocket all day, to the extent that Mo shit out of taking him on in the box in the second half speaks volumes. As for Firmino, my foot nearly when through the TV when he didn't pass the ball to Robbo. That kind of shit is practically unforgiveable.
  2. We need crowds back asap. This team thrives on atmosphere and intensity and games behind closed doors have neither.
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    Villa (A) - FA Cup - 8/1/2021 - 19:45

    Might stick a couple of quid on Villa to nick this
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    Villa (A) - FA Cup - 8/1/2021 - 19:45

    Zero intensity and zero aggression. This is the Villa kids easiest game of the season.
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    Villa (A) - FA Cup - 8/1/2021 - 19:45

    This is laughably bad
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    US Election 2020 Thread

    The Munich Beer Hall Putsch comes to mind. This.
  7. The whole fucking team have forgotten how to shoot!
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    Some screenshots from the Oxford study (https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736(20)32661-1/full text)
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    If you combine the data from the Oxford studies carried out in Brazil with the UK study, the vaccine efficiency for 1 dose is 64.1%, meaning those vaccinated were almost 3 times less likely to develop symptomatic covid more than 21 days after vaccination than the placebo group.
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    Just to follow up and clarify what I wrote last night as it is an oversimplification. The published results of the Oxford vaccine trials showed that most of the subjects in the UK arm of the trial were given the second dose more than 12 weeks after the first. It also reports that out of 3060 people who received the first dose of the vaccine in the UK, 28 developed symptomatic covid-19 more than 21 days after vaccination. This compares to the control placebo group where 62 out of 3064 developed covid, giving a vaccine efficiency of 55.5%. This means that those people who were vaccinated with 1 dose were over 2 times less likely to develop symptomatic covid than those on the placebo, regardless of the second dose. The Pfizer study reports a similar vaccine efficiency (52%) for the time period between the first and second doses.
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    I think this is a interesting point and it seems to me that people are somewhat confused about what is meant when vaccine efficiency is reported. If the Pfizer or Oxford vaccine shows 60% efficiency after 1 dose, it doesn't mean that is the level of protection you get from the vaccine, it means that is the chance of you being protected. The results of the Oxford trials showed that for every 100 people vaccinated with 1 dose and then exposed to the virus, 60 were immune to infection and 40 were not. This means that the levels of protection against infection given by 1 dose of the vaccine were 100% for 60/100 people and 0% for 40/100. In addition, one of the key stats in that trial was that none of the 40% who were infected after 1 dose went on to develop serious illness, giving rise to the claim of 100% protection against becoming seriously ill even if you are infected. I think this is the reasoning behind the Government's idea to delay the 2nd dose in order to administer the first dose to as many people as possible as quickly as possible, as the results of the trial suggest that 1 dose will be enough to stop people dying or needing hospital treatment. As loathe as I am to agree with anything this government says or does, I think it's probably the right approach at this moment in time.
  12. I realise that this is old news but Mourinho is such a fucking wanker!