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  2. Youri McAnespie

    Mourhino

    Twenty one posts and not one pink-tinged comment regarding our 'small-time-ness' for revelling in the flounders of the filth... Things are back on the up on here
  3. Not in Crawley

    In Or Out Again

    It’s advisory, we don’t have to act on it. Mounts, that’s really not why folk voted out. In the same way they didn’t vote Trump for a wall.
  4. bwfcfan5

    In Or Out Again

    It was an advisory referendum. Which means non-legally binding. So yes. They can and should as MPs do what they judge is best for their constituents. As Amber Rudd was quoted saying in the cabinet meeting today "Just because we've put our seat belts on doesn't mean we should crash the car".
  5. Youri McAnespie

    Hair today - gone tomorrow...

    Just asking for a mate, like. I've a full head of hair. But, how long can the process take? From noticing one is a bit thinner up top to having to take the clippers in (or don a hat/syrup)? My mate has noticed a worrying pace of late. There's drugs about to counter the hormone, but apparently can cause permanent droopiness (non-moustache) that even handfuls of blueys and onscreen blueys can't solve. Personal experiences, anyone (for me to pass on)..?
  6. DirtySanchez

    King Ken

    I'm ITK and it's 75% APR Bloke in the pub told me as he lent it to KA And all the tellys round the ground are from Brighthouse who want paying I'm off to put that on Twitter. Sad thing is people will believe it
  7. Sweep

    In Or Out Again

    I know.... And presumably they could now, if they wanted to, just turn around and say "Bollocks, this is a really bad idea, let's just stay put" - I'm not saying they will, or they should, but my understanding is that they have the power just to ignore the referendum result if they felt it was going to "harm" the people and decide what they think is best for the country
  8. Casino

    King Ken

    what i like with these popular rumours is the belief that anybody who actually knows the rates is going to blab
  9. Today
  10. Mr Grey

    Mourhino

    Roy Keane is the man, the players will love him at Old Trafford
  11. ZicoKelly

    Mourhino

    be surprised if they went with someone who's honours barely stretch beyond manager of the month
  12. ZicoKelly

    Mourhino

    not sure about that, he's one of the most successful managers this century and still only 55 he's main problem is that he's managed top clubs in the top leagues already, so anywhere next would probably be a seen as a step down
  13. Biggish Dave

    Mourhino

    Can't believe Parky isn't on that list - players similar un-inspiring football the players are used to
  14. Steejay

    Terror Attacks

    Unfortunately it seems not...
  15. freds dad

    Mourhino

    Stake your bets. https://www.oddschecker.com/football/manager-specials/man-utd/next-permanent-manager
  16. Big E

    King Ken

    soon expect you to post a fishing emoji
  17. Steejay

    Todays Games

    Well yea, but it won't be in them for long..
  18. freds dad

    Todays Games

    Served in cheap plastic glasses.
  19. tomski

    Mourhino

    I've heard he said Bowtun on his holidays and fell out with a bloke who didn't want to drink with him outside the off licence?
  20. Tonge moor green jacket

    In Or Out Again

    They judged it was right to put it to a referendum. Voted for it in the HoC.
  21. Traf

    Road to Cheltenham

    The road to Cheltenham
  22. Sweep

    In Or Out Again

    Many people still don't realise this.........ironically, many of those are the ones who said that they wanted us to have soveriegn parliament
  23. Tonge moor green jacket

    Mourhino

    Pochetino the favourite. That won't go down well in a new stadium.
  24. bwfcfan5

    In Or Out Again

    Those who voted out, didn't vote for a deal. So I think it is disingenuous to say there is support for a deal that keeps us in a transition period potentially indefinitely or worse still in a customs union indefinitely. May cannot claim that is what the public wants - given all polls seem to suggest most Brexit voters wanted no deal. Therefore she should (using her logic) deliver that. The fact remains though in representative democracy the role of our representatives is to do what they JUDGE best for us - not necessarily to carry out the will of the people.
  25. radcliffewhite1

    Mourhino

    Knew this subject would get a thread of its own on here
  26. Sweep

    In Or Out Again

    The public voted for Brexit, and this is a form of Brexit (the poll didn't ask what sort of Brexit we wanted) so if she delivers this deal, it could be construed as giving the public what they wanted - no need to ask anybody again siurely, as the decision was made over two years ago. Those who voted to leave didn't really care what deal we got or didn't get, they just wanted blue passports and the stopping of freedom of movement.......but now they're being offered it, they somehow have decided they want extra stuff as well
  27. gonzo

    Mourhino

    Thought he was Portuguese?
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