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  1. General Election 2017

    I can imagine the first paragraph being said, the second one very unlikely, the third one would be political suicide so seriously doubt it was said at all.
  2. Cyber warfare

    Nice to see WPP being taken out, Martin Sorrell is pure scum
  3. Summer Footy. Confederations Cup & Euro U-21

    Another generation of losers ready to step into the breach, exciting stuff.
  4. UKIP and their non-racist well informed supporters

    New Labour were at fault for deregulating the financial services and allowing Canary Wharf to get far too big. They obviously then made a decision to bail out failing banks, which of course substantially raised public spending, although the Tories would have almost certainly have done the same in that position.
  5. UKIP and their non-racist well informed supporters

    Personally I do not care one iota about MMT. It's a fringe position. Very standard Macroeconomics was enough to demonstrate that austerity was not only unnecessary after the financial crisis, but would also be harmful.
  6. Other Transfers and Rumours Summer 2017

    I can imagine he'd be good in that league but when I have ever seen him play for Portugal he has been dog shit awful.
  7. Other Transfers and Rumours Summer 2017

    Well they are all very old, but they most have come into some cash. The amazing thing about Danny is that Zenit paid (e)30m for him ten years ago, and he's shit.
  8. UKIP and their non-racist well informed supporters

    Whilst Corbyn does reflect a fairly extreme spending plan, it's clear to all of those with half a brain (and was clear to all those with half a brain at the time) that austerity would both retard economic growth and decimate the public serves that most people in this country value, both of which has happened. We've had a lost decade and most of that is down to the ridiculous logic of 'fiscal contraction-expansion'.
  9. The "Witton Lane" Boxing Chat Thread

    Lomachenko vs Rigondeux on the cards, can't wait, will be at 130lbs, which clearly favours Lomachenko. I expect an extremely high level chess match but Lomachenko to win by stoppage.
  10. Summer Footy. Confederations Cup & Euro U-21

    I agree in principle but it strikes me that a significant amount of penalties given these days aren't that clear and are pretty polarising in terms of whether they should be given or not. I'm not convinced VAR can solve this at the speed required to keep the game flowing.
  11. Summer Footy. Confederations Cup & Euro U-21

    Yes, cricket is a slow game, Rugby and Tennis are very much stop-start games, football flows a lot more and VAR is not, as things stand, compatible with it. Goal line technology is perfectly fine but everything else is not so clear, perhaps in the circumstance of extreme violent conduct where it's obvious. But penalty decisions, whether something should be a yellow or red etc really will not work because often these things aren't clear cut and will take multiple replays and time to work out.
  12. Jordan Amavi

    Kind of like how Aly Cissohko excelled at Porto.
  13. Jordan Amavi

    Yes, our objective is to mug potential suitors off. Worth no where near £10m but if we can get that or even more then fantastic business for us. He has virtually no potential and cannot even stand out at this level, so fingers crossed we get a good fee for him, then we can watch him disappear without a trace.
  14. Luke Organ

    I hope he's here to grind.