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    Ajax (A) Champions League - 21/10/20 - 20:00

    What a clearance by Fabinho.. That first half was all graft by everyone.
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    I know a pub he could frequent.
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    Liverpool Hope University teamed up with Everton to appoint the new funded researchers and discover more about the "untold stories" of the football club's history Two researchers will delve into the history of Everton and its Everton in the Community charity with their findings forming part of a new book about the football club. Jake Lawton and Emily Liles were awarded scholarships to take on the year-long project after being picked from more than 130 applicants around the world. Everton teamed up with Liverpool Hope University to offer the scholarships, which will lead to a Master of Research (MRes) degree for the chosen participants. Everton Heritage Society was also involved in the competitive selection process to find the scholars, who will have fees amounting to £5,200 covered along with reasonable research expenses. The scholarships, starting this month, will be overseen by Hope's associate professor Bryce Evans, a specialist in modern history. https://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/special-features/history-everton-football-club-scholars-19135322 Similar research into the untold stories of Liverpool Football club will be undertaken by interviewing leading experts on the club, two hackney cab drivers for half an hour.
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    Boris was assimilated into the covid when he had it, like when Picard became Locutus. Now he can speak to the covid which is why he's warned it off gyms and told it not to bother schools. He struck a deal with it to leave the south alone and only hit those pesky cities that don't vote for the Tories up North. He speaks to it via 5G with his Huawei phone.
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    New European super league?

    Football started a long and painful death when Sky took over. It just isn't what it was when most of us were younger. It's a million miles from what it was when Shanks and Bob managed us. I'd rather watch us play footballing teams than a bunch of hoofers lumping our players around. The shite teams that do not even attempt to play football get a fortune from our best efforts, fuck them.
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    I just love generalisations about the English from the Scots. Gyms across the Liverpool City Region are set to reopen after the government agreed to standardise its Tier 3 lockdown restrictions. Metro Mayor Steve Rotheram has today confirmed that Whitehall bosses have listened to the arguments put forward by him and fellow local leaders about the disparity between the new restrictions. There has been widespread anger across the region that gyms and leisure centres here were forced to close as the region was placed into the highest tier of the government's new covid alert system. Lancashire was also placed into the highest tier, but was allowed to keep its gyms open, with Greater Manchester now being afforded the same deal.
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    Other football - 2020/21

    This ref definitely still lives with his mum.
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    Other football - 2020/21

    Tuchel looks like he belongs on the bridge of a Romulan ship.
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    Other football - 2020/21

    They’ll continue until they score.
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    Other football - 2020/21

    Do these cunts ever not get penalties? prancing prick, what the fuck was that? Flight of the bumble fucking bee
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    They have been using the 'hokey cokey' system for work, restaurants and the like since this began.
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    Viruses tend to have exponential growth if left to infect a population. I'd imagine most of the country would have been infected in a shorter period than that. Especially if you took most of the restrictions away in order to gain some immunity from recovered people. The problem is of course overload of the health services and subsequent needless death toll. Whenever you have exponential growth, whatever it is that's growing will double its presence/population in a given amount of time. Let's say you start with a population that has just one infected person on January 1st, and the number of infected people doubles every three days. How many people will be infected by January 31? How many people will be infected by this year's equinox: March 19? If the exponential nature of the infection transmission isn't stemmed in any way, there will be 1024 infected people on January 31: about a thousand times as many as you began with. That's a lot, but remember that this continues to double every three days as long as this growth remains exponential. On February 3, there will be twice as many: 2048 infected. On February 6, that rises to 4096. By the time you get to March 19, which is 78 days after the initial infection, some 67 million people will be infected. https://www.forbes.com/sites/startswithabang/2020/03/17/why-exponential-growth-is-so-scary-for-the-covid-19-coronavirus/#1da4e0ff4e9b
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    (Reuters) - British police forces have been granted access to details of people who have been told to self-isolate under the government’s ‘test and trace’ system, the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) said late on Saturday. A spokesman for the department said it agreed with the National Police Chiefs Council (NPCC) that officers could have access on a case-by-case basis to information on whether a specific individual has been notified to self-isolate. “The memorandum of understanding ensures that information is shared with appropriate safeguards and in accordance with the law. No testing or health data is shared in this process,” the spokesman said in an emailed statement. The development was reported earlier by Sky News, which also cited an NPCC statement saying police will continue encouraging voluntary compliance but will enforce regulations and issue fixed penalty notices (FPN) when needed. “Where people fail to self-isolate and refuse to comply, officers can issue FPNs and direct people to return to self-isolation. Officers will engage with individuals to establish their circumstances, using their discretion wherever it is reasonable to do so,” the NPCC statement said. The test and trace system, which Prime Minister Boris Johnson promised would be world beating, has seen setbacks including a glitch identified earlier this month that delayed the upload of nearly 16,000 cases into computer systems, including for contact tracers. In recent weeks, the COVID-19 infection rate has risen sharply in Britain with an accelerating second wave, prompting Johnson and other regional leaders to introduce tighter restrictions and local lockdowns. Britain has one of the highest death rates from the virus in Europe and previously suffered the worst economic contraction of any leading nation from the outbreak.
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    Lockdown inspectors have been sent out onto the streets of London to check whether pubs and bars are obeying the 10pm curfew. A team of marshals in blue jackets from Westminister Council were spotted peering into letterboxes and pub windows late at night, to make sure all venues were fully closed. The council area covers many famous nightspots in London, including Soho, and venues like jazz club Ronnie Scotts and the Hippodrome Casino were among those inspected. Amid fears the curfew may spark a wave of illegal lock-ins and speakeasies, the council told the Telegraph that the marshals are ‘working around the clock’ to ensure the early closure times are followed. Read more: https://metro.co.uk/2020/09/26/lockdown-inspectors-check-london-pubs-bars-are-following-curfew-rules-13329047/?ito=cbshare It’s not known if the inspectors are being paid or have volunteered for the role. They are patrolling alongside police forces, many of whom are stretched by the extra demands of enforcing the curfew and other coronavirus measures. A few weeks ago Boris Johnson called for councils to recruit ‘covid marshals’ to makes sure everyone is following the restrictions, although take-up appears to have been patchy. At the time the Government said the marshals would have no powers to issue fines and police officials questioned how useful they would be. The Government asked councils to recruit volunteers or use existing staff, and bear the cost. I'd be pissing in a water pistol, give them snoopers what they deserve. The kind of people that gravitate towards these kind of things deserve it.
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    Everton (A) - Premier League - 17/10/20 - 12:30

    But only if your mate is up for it.