Bas Dost is woeful upfront for Holland, his attempt at hold up play is making my eyes bleed.
Thought Holland were starting Justin Kluivert tonight? They haven't got a bad defence or midfield but their front three are very poor.
Or alternatively, if that’s the philosophy, if the leader is that out of touch with the Labour Party in general, maybe he should step down
He is most definitely out on a limb when it comes to Brexit, he is very much the minority opinion within the Party.
It reminds me of the RCP in the 80’s who would disagree with most conventional left thinking people almost to a point of principal that they ended up siding with the Tories. And that is exactly what Corbyn is doing, he’s doing the Tories work for them, he’s not opposing at all.
You pay a world class fee, you pay world class wages, you tell the world hes about to be world class in order to justify it...throw him under the bus when he falls short
Luke shaw imo is a deep english football problem with then the jose bullshit a really sour after taste
£100k a week at 19 is madness
"There's this bloke I know. Well, I say know, I actually interact with him on a football based internet forum. Anyway, he says wants to sling it up you, so is it cool to pass your number on to him?"
Oh my God, Ingram is well in there!
Had a meeting around the Birmingham Financial District today... what a great part of the city! Love all the old buildings and all the bars and pubs round there.
i've always fancied living around there.
Corbyn needed a ‘look! Over there!’ moment following the latest expose of his special relationship with all things Jewish.
Owen Smith is a bit of a knob so little collateral damage with his Trot’ base.
The thing that frustrates me is that the criticism seems to have gone seamlessly from 'he's useless, such a weak leader, nobody in his parliamentary party agrees with him' to 'what a rotter for enforcing collective shadow cabinet responsibility' as if those two positions were something other than damned if he does, damned if he doesn't.