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    John McGinn

    Many organisations use TLAs. There's even a three letter acronym for it...
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    Jack Grealish

    I prefer slowmo. https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Slowmo
  3. Catching up on the last pages of this thread tonight, I expected to see several Kenneth Williams images. Perhaps it's just me.
  4. Ordered a new 65" TV on Wednesday morning for the PO final. Delivered the next day. I opened the box. No leads.
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    John McGinn

    As long as he doesn't go full Richards/N'Zogbia on us....
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    Callum O'Hare

    But surely the season ends when every team in the league has played every opponent twice - home and away? Just one more game left. "7.8. At the end of each Season the Clubs occupying the bottom three places in The Premier League shall, in accordance with The Premier League’s Articles of Association, Rules and Regulations, be admitted to membership of The League in accordance with the provisions of the Articles of Association and these Regulations. The two Clubs which finish in the highest positions in The Championship of the League Competition, together with the Club winning The Championship Play-Off of the League Competition in accordance with Regulation 10, in accordance with the provisions of the Articles of Association and these Regulations cease to be members of The League and join The Premier League." Playoff rules: "2.1 At the end of each Season, the four highest placed Clubs in each division not gaining automatic promotion shall enter the Play-Off Competition. "
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    Dean Smith

    Found this elsewhere: MOTM 18/19 winners - subsequent game: August: Bielsa (Leeds) - Millwall (A): Draw September: Moore (WBA) - Reading (H): Win October: McClaren (QPR) - Brentford (H): Win November: Farke (Norwich) - Bolton (H): Win December: Adkins (Hull City) - Sheffield Wednesday (H): Win January: Mowbray (Blackburn Rovers) - Bristol City (H): Loss February: Wilder (Sheffield United) - Rotherham (H): Win Not really that dreadful, IMO. The only proverbial fly in the ointment might be that the only loss in that list was against Bristol City. Then again, Blackburn's form really nosedived after January.
  8. Dean Smith != Pep Guardiola, then. Any chance to have a pop. Quelle surprise.
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    Dean Smith

    That's certainly true. However, the formula of stubbornly sticking to whatever worked for you previously, disregarding any change of circumstances, seldom leads to success in the long run. IMO, new assistant managers/coaches brought in under Ferguson came in with new/modern ideas of tactics and training methods. Perhaps that's why they're were hired. Perhaps that's why he stayed so long. You don't keep your job as manager at any club for 25+ years unless you're willing to adapt and evolve. A hair-dryer shouldn't be the only tool you have at hand. (On topic: I know this is this is the Dean Smith thread. Some of what I've written may be equallly applicable to Dean Smith - and some to Steve Bruce. I trust you all will be able to sort it out.)
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    Dean Smith

    Could we skip the ad hominem/Bulverism arguments, please?
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