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ex_midlandwhite last won the day on May 13 2014

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  1. This is a big issue. Our state pensions aren't a pot that money is put into and saved for each of us. The state pension comes from money the government receives at the time. We need migration to kee the average age of the country down. Germany have good policies for this I believe.
  2. Think Derby had all restrictions lifted a couple of weeks ago. No idea why so quickly
  3. Aye, this is right. It's like investing in any bond. It's risk Vs reward. My only problem with this really is that judgement could be clouded because it's BWFC and these investments should only really be sold to folk who understand the product they are buying fully.
  4. And this is also part of the challenge for the club. The season ticket holders put money into BWFC. Away tickets go to our rivals. So any away ticket scheme can't really about money for the club, other than the sense of not wanting to upset season ticket holders who do most of the away games.
  5. Alfie May will end up at Wrexham
  6. Two poor challenges when Pompey are breaking quickly, definitely bookings and hampers us defensively now
  7. No. You just allocate two to your season ticket
  8. Well timed industrial action. All sorted behind the goal. Usually miss out on these 10am released tickets
  9. I'm in that teaching union and voted not to strike only because I feel this year 11 have had schooling tougher than any year due to COVID and as a maths teacher maybe if we can keep school open some y11 kids can come in for maths. I also don't want a pay rise over 5% if it has to come from existing school funds as schools are starting to not replace non teaching staff now due to budgets, and that can't be good for a school. If there's more strikes after exam kids leave I'd probably strike to be honest. I'm at a good state school, desirable to teach at. As a maths teacher I now teach some computing as we can't get recruit a computing teacher to replace those that have left post COVID to the private sector to work from home for much better pay. This means other subject teachers now teach my y8/9 maths groups as there is also a shortage of qualified maths teachers. Just 300/400 people are training to teach computing in the whole country this year! Secondary school teaching is no longer desirable to graduates with pay down 20% ish in real terms over the last decade. How will this country achieve growth if kids aren't taught maths and computing by well qualified teachers. Isn't this was Sunak said was key just the other week.
  10. My best mate and his brothers are Rotherham fans, they're currently preparing a rota to make sure one of them is available to drive him here
  11. I think I'll have a spare but it's U16
  12. Cheers, that'll do for today. School budgets are ridiculously tight this year
  13. Does the school still open for parking?
  14. The number of kids there in Bolton kits was just brilliant. This could be a big season in drawing the next generation in.
  15. Santos was on the touchline placing a wreath
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