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  1. Just wanted to come back for one post only and say **** off jack you spineless rat and shove that PR stunt statement where the sun dont shine. Fake

    You turned your back on us. Enjoy being "just another player" at  city instead of "the man" at villa.


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  2. 1 minute ago, bickster said:

    But I used the word apparently at the end of the sentence so it doesn't mean its fact

    You have taken my background to attack me and then use a slur against Cypriot people (this is bordeline offensive and racist) its absolutely disgusting and you took a debate too far. Your example is pathetic to try prove a point.

    I really have no desire to talk to you anymore after that comment. 

  3. 2 minutes ago, bickster said:

    It was wasn't, the use of the word apparently doesn't really excuse it does it?

    You get the point now?

    im actually disgusted at that example you provided

    i cant believe you would stoop so low to post that to prove  a point. that is deeply offensive 


  4. 6 minutes ago, bickster said:

    All people of Greek Cypriot descent are raving lunatics with a homoerotic fixation apparently

    That's a really pathetic statement Bicks even as a joke you should be ashamed of yourself 


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  5. 4 minutes ago, bickster said:

    not widely known enough to stop you posting this...


    that's because they haven't 100% dismissed it have they? Even your link doesn't say that. It says they are investigating it. Until they can 1005 gurnatee no link thene is nothing wrong with that statement.

  6. 5 minutes ago, bickster said:

    1) Yes because you did as quoted above

    I said A healthy Britain that was 39 with no underlying health issues has died in Cyprus from clotting from the AstraZeneca jab apparently.

    I did not say it was caused by the AZ jab, I said it was apparently caused BIG DIFFERENCE. Are we getting so petty these days we are taking one word and turning into a big drama?. 

    8 minutes ago, bickster said:


    3)A post like yours will have that effect on some people

    Bicks this is utter nonsense, it isn't going to have a impact on anyone. Its not like the news hasn't been reporting clots has it? Its not exactly a Demitri C world exclusive that I have posted. Its widely known its been investigated !

  7. Just now, Seat68 said:

    A healthy Britain that was 39 with no underlying health issues has died in Cyprus from clotting from the AstraZeneca jab apparently.”

    mate if i said 


    a woman has died from the covid AZ jab then yes 


    but the key word  is "apparently" 


    I did not say no one take it or implied nothing of the sort 

  8. 1 minute ago, Seat68 said:

    You appreciate you stated something as fact and then said apparently at the end. You asserted that someone had died due to clotting from the AZ jab. Thats the contentious issue here. 

    Show me where i said it was fact?

  9. 8 minutes ago, bickster said:

    Do you really think "apparently" is a get out of jail card?


    You think not answering all my questions above are a "get out of jail card" for you?

  10. 10 minutes ago, bickster said:

    That isn't an answer to the question I asked, well it is but only because you didn't answer it

    Bicks i am not sure what you chris are implying?

    Are you saying i said the jabs cause the clots? 

    Are you saying i said not to take AstraZeneca?

    Are you saying im influencing others not to take it?

    I have said none of the three things above

    I even said apparently as it was just reported on various sources and no conclusive evidence.then chris for some reason is asking me to show evidence that the AZ causes clots when i didnt even say it does?

    All i said is if there is a link they need to determine it to protect everyone even the few that may get these side effects if proven


  11. 12 minutes ago, sidcow said:

    Yes, it's a known thing, but hundreds of thousands of lives have been saved. Occasionally someone dies of known clotting issues

    The argument is like no one should ever have an operation because sometimes people die on the operating table. 

    There are other vaccines which don't have the same issues, but there are simply not enough of them and without AZ the virus would be running rampant still all over the UK and we'd likely still be in full lockdown. 

    I havent even said though people shouldnt take it. 

    Im just stating whats been reporting in cyprus about a britian that they are linking the death too. 

    All i said is if there is a link they need to find out what it is and correct to keep EVERYONE safe even the small majority that are linked to the clots.

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  12. heres the story by the way



    British woman dies in Cyprus after AstraZeneca jab

    Issued on: 24/05/2021 - 14:07Modified: 24/05/2021 - 13:53

    A health worker holds a vial of the AstraZeneca vaccine GABRIEL BOUYS AFP

    2 min


    Nicosia (AFP)

    A 39-year-old British woman died in a Cypriot hospital after a blood clotting incident after receiving the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine, the official Cyprus News Agency said Monday.

    Charalambos Charilaou, spokesperson for the state health services, told CNA that the European Medicines Agency (EMA) would investigate the death.

    The woman, treated at Nicosia General Hospital’s intensive care unit, received the first dose of the vaccine on May 6 in the resort town of Paphos on the western coast of the Mediterranean island.

    The woman, who was not named, suffered symptoms days later.

    According to the Cyprus Mail newspaper, the woman suffered a brain haemorrhage and was in a coma before she died.

    Cyprus health authorities have opened an investigation to see if the "serious thrombotic episode" was linked to the AstraZeneca jab.

    Four other cases of "mild" blood clotting incidents -- three of which occurred after an AstraZeneca shot and one after a Pfizer jab -- are also being investigated by Cyprus.

    Some countries have restricted or dropped AstraZeneca shots from national vaccine campaigns over very rare blood clots, though the EMA says the benefits outweigh the risks.

    The scientific body overseeing Britain's coronavirus vaccination programme has recommended that under-40s be offered an alternative to AstraZeneca jabs.

    AstraZeneca is the backbone of the vaccination rollout in Cyprus, where family doctors are allowed to administer the jab to anybody aged over 20.

    But many people booking online to get the vaccine have snubbed AstraZeneca and opted for other shots.

    According to Our World in Data figures, Cyprus is ranked third in the European Union for vaccinations per population, administering 57.54 doses per 100 people.

    Nearly 49 percent of Cyprus' adult population has received a Covid-19 vaccine shot, and 21 percent are fully vaccinated.

    Total infections since the pandemic in March 2020 started is 71,911 and 354 people have died.



    also another 




    and if you put it in google you will get alot of places highlighting it 

  13. 1 minute ago, chrisp65 said:


    There’s a nut job youtube channel I can link you to if you like.

    It’s so **** irresponsible to post bollocks about health issues.

    so basically you have no proof just liek i thought.

    Your last line is ridiculous not even going to bother to respond to that point 

  14. 1 minute ago, chrisp65 said:

    So do you have some evidence or not?

    My nipper got vaccinated today, and now it’s raining.

    What more proof do you want that the vaccine causes rain?


    Ok do you have proof it doesnt?

    And by the way your example is abit lame mate

  15. A healthy Britain that was 39 with no underlying health issues has died in Cyprus from clotting from the AstraZeneca jab apparently. Its caused a massive stink over there.

    Very worrying. They need to find what this link is and quick.

  16. 9 hours ago, leemond2008 said:

    I went to see this on Sunday, it was alright, its basically a watered down Saw crossed with a poor mans Se7en, you can tell that they actually tried to reinvigorate the franchise with this one but the twist was telegraphed right from the beginning and the Se7en style cop thriller didn't land either.

    It was perfectly acceptable as a Saw film and better than the last few that they released. I can't help but think that the 90 minute run time let it down, if it had an extra 30 minutes then they could have done a lot more with it but it felt quite rushed, there was no real direction from the investigation point of view either, Zeke would receive a package, they immediately knew where to go to find the body and ultimately had absolutely zero **** idea as to who they were looking for, they just spent the film waiting for people to turn up dead.

    The film does get an extra point purely for the fact that they managed to shoehorn in Samuel L shouting "YOU WANT TO PLAY A GAME MOTHER ****"

    5.5/10 for me


    I saw the twist straight away. It was so blatent it was his new partner. It was very predictable. I thought the bit with samuel l jackosn holding the gun and pointing it at them was utterly stupid. Couldnt they see he was strapped up? And why would a swat team then shoot him like 50 times? I mean that was silly.

    Your right it did have a feeling of se7en to it but it just wasnt very good.

    I get its a new direction but it did need tobin bell in it for me


  17. 4 hours ago, lapal_fan said:

    Her "apology" on Instagram was very lacking in... anything as well.

    "I've got black friends AND I'VE EVEN DATED A BLACK GUY!!!" - how can she possibly be racist?

    Also, her nan said she wasn't.

    Shame it only takes a second to completely disprove that and wreck your reputation innit? 

    How did you manage to find her?

  18. 45 minutes ago, Stevo985 said:

    Nobody is saying we shouldn't buy another striker.

    We're saying that in the hypothetical scenario that you suggested, that we could spend 40m on Buendia or 40m on Tammy Abraham, it wouldn't make sense to spend that on Tammy when we have a first team quality player in that position, but don't have a first team quality player in Buendia's position

    I still dont understand why buendia is valued at 40m?

    Its not my money but i think tammys better value for 40m

    None of us know the budget  but lets say its 80-90m

    I think get both of them in and spend less of the budget on defenders

    Promote chuk amd kesler

    Then just sign a left back to compete with targett.

    Three signings and we would have improved massively

    If tammys available i really do hope we go for him as i think we will regret it later 

  19. 1 hour ago, MentalM said:


    Which areas of the pitch do you see us needing to strengthen the most?


    For me a striker and wider player are the ones we need to spend big on if the budget is there. 

    Cover for left back definitely 

    Right back i think keep guilbert or promote kessler to cover cash save some money there

    We need a cm most likely to cover void for barkley.

    So i think four players - unless engels leaves then we need another cb.  But i would keep him.

    Steer should be no 2 to martinez im happy with that

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  20. 1 hour ago, Stevo985 said:

    It makes zero sense if it was an either or situation. It woudln't make sense to sign Tammy when we have Ollie, when we have a glaring need for a player like Buendia in our midfield

    Again i ask what happens if ollie gets injured ? Or hits a bad patch of form?

    Who do you suggest can step in?

    No one seems to be able to answer this question.

    At the moment the options are davis and wesley

    We wont ever challenge for europe if we are not lookjng for quality additions all over the pitch.

    For me i think if we can get both keep guilbert or have kelsser ar back right to cash then not invest too much on backup left back.

    That would loan one spot in cm

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