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  2. Temperature does make it more complex, but I can’t see why it’s insurmountable. As said above it is ok at fridge terms for 5 days. The vaccine containers are tiny, so size and weight isn’t an issue. A chap in a refrigerated van could drive 2 hours from a deep freeze centre and still have plenty of time to drop off at say 15 doctors surgeries in a town enough vaccine for the next three days of vaccinations. It’s only a bit more demanding ( in the sense of not dropping it off at the front door or throwing it up the garden path) logistics delivery like all the courier firms do daily. A drop off twice a week would be enough to ensure any location authorized to give the vaccinations doesn’t run out. This would also work for medical practices going out to care homes etc. vials could be dropped off at the surgery ready to be taken out the next day. I think actually organizing enough staff to do the jabs and record them and make sure people are given a second appointment at right interval is more of an issue. Also, I read somewhere you had to stay for around 10 minute afterwards to ensure you had no side effects. If that is the case, then fitting everyone in is more of an issue. I think they will commandeer some large sports halls etc where they can have a lot of people in at once but still isolating from each other.
  3. Duvel

    'Other Boro stuff'

    Woodgate is an arrogant bully, I didn't want him here and it was personal as well as professional. If you are a certain age and live in Middlesbrough you'll know he had a bad reputation for a reason. He should never have been given the job. And professionally he was not ready to be given the job, it was far too big for him and that's on Gibson.
  4. H Brentford v Blackburn Rovers H Bristol City v Birmingham City D Coventry City v Rotherham United D Huddersfield Town v Queens Park Rangers H Millwall v Derby County H Norwich City v Sheffield Wednesday H Preston North End v Wycombe Wanderers D Stoke City v Middlesbrough H Swansea City v Luton Town H Watford v Cardiff City
  5. Just popped onto their forum it's nice to read opposition fans fear playing us now. Wonder how Mikel does if he plays against us
  6. With Temperatures being a determining factor its going to be extremely difficult to vaccinate the masses with such a logistical drawback. Not impossible but imagine trying to get retirement homes vaccinated. It's OK I guess if everyone able bodied is given an appointment time, place and date to attend but even then it has to be in a reasonable travel area. Its maybe fine for a Family of four to be told to attend a centre together in their Car. A trip say to the RVI from Teesside could be a two and a half hour round trip in a Car or six or more likely even more hours trying to get via Public Transport.
  7. yes, as already stated, another tough game in store which leads me to a point of opinion. it sems we have had a real tough run of fixtures and continue doing so , but in hindsight its more a result of how badly the woodgate experience (gibson doesnt go un noticed here) affected us fans psychologically in mindset. whereas in previous championship campaigns we viewed upcoming fixtures with a mindset similar to the likes of norwich,derby,cardiff fans, i.e those with top 6 ambitions , this year were seeing things through similar eyes as the likes of rotherham, barnsley and the likes, those who expect nothing more than lower half finishes and avoiding bottom 3. the last two results speak volumes of how unpredictable this team and this league is. i think there genuinely are up to 12 sides capable of winning the title this season and if pushed to select one id plump for swansea , there again if i was asked to name half a dozen away games i believed we were capable of winning , huddersfield would be right in there. so theres no reasoning our last two results. stoke are a mirror of ourselves , a fancied team for top 6 that imploded in recent times and seem to have rediscoved thier mojo , we have a good record there so we could gather a point ..or maybe even 3 but they will want to put a bit more distance between us and should be up for the game. i cant possibly hazard a punt at the outcome , none of the 3 would suprise me.
  8. Uwe

    'Other Boro stuff'

    Marry Warnock. (Would love me a sugar Daddy) Snog Wood (he’s quite bimbo-ish anyways) Void Pulis. (No that’s not a typo)
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  10. Would probably have to go with this. If only mogga was in there, reckon he'd make great husband material.
  11. Snog Woody, Marry Warnock Kill Pulis Oh sorry, you said avoid.
  12. Pulis, Woodgate, Warnock. Snog, Marry, Avoid?
  13. Still trying to take credit. I didn't hear him come out and talk about his contribution to us last season. An absolute conman and I'd marry Warnock compared to the two of them.
  14. I did think actually as I was posting it that Joao actually may have played, was too lazy to change it haha, thanks for the correction!
  15. You have to admit that the longer he is here the more we are warming to him. The players know where they stand but at the same time are treated like adults
  16. A very respected and knowledgable (also a student of Pulis) once said that it’s harder to play against 10 men. I think we’re underestimating the genius of Tony in employing this tactic
  17. Yes but when you think about the numbers that need to be vaccinated, the amount of vaccine required and the capacity of the vaccination centres, they are still only going to be able to have relatively small amounts refrigerated at any given time.
  18. Joao did play against us, but unsurprisingly didn't score. And as you say I seem to recall Armstrong being injured with half the Blackburn team when we played them.
  19. Yeah going down to 10 men is never really something anyone wants (other than the opposition). They had 1 shot on target in the 2 games they went down to 10 men. But they only had 2 shots on target in the 2 games they didn't have a man sent off so either way it's not exactly great reading. But regardless I think Pulis is heavily in favour of a defensive style, especially judging his time with us, alongside his previous clubs too. Mainly for FFP reasons it would be poetic if Sheffield Wednesday and Derby both went down. 😂
  20. According to whoscored, these are the top 7 (weird cutoff) strikers in the Championship currently. Goes to show how defensively sound we are that we've played against almost all of these, and made them all look average. Solanke scored against us (but think it was actually an OG), and Woodrow scored that last minute penalty. Other than that they, along with Moore, Toney and Ayew all looked distinctly average vs us. Don't think Joao or Armstrong played in their respective games.
  21. TUESDAY 8TH DECEMBER A Coventry City v Luton Town H Huddersfield Town v Sheffield Wednesday D Millwall v Queens Park Rangers D Stoke City v Cardiff City D Swansea City v AFC Bournemouth H Watford v Rotherham United WEDNESDAY 9TH DECEMBER H Barnsley v Wycombe Wanderers H Brentford v Derby County D Bristol City v Blackburn Rovers H Norwich City v Nottingham Forest D Preston North End v Middlesbrough H Reading v Birmingham City
  22. And then unleash the gods of war!
  23. Brunners

    Stoke v Boro

    Pretty sure that's NWs hope too, he keeps saying he just wants to be a point or two off playoffs come January.
  24. Good interview with Neil Warnock and the Twe12thman Podcast.
  25. It can be kept at normal fridge temperatures for up to 5 days before use.
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    • Temperature does make it more complex, but I can’t see why it’s insurmountable. As said above it is ok at fridge terms for 5 days. The vaccine containers are tiny, so size and weight isn’t an issue. A chap in a refrigerated van  could drive 2 hours from a deep freeze centre and still have plenty of time to drop off at say 15 doctors surgeries in a town enough vaccine for the next three days of vaccinations. It’s only a bit more demanding ( in the sense of not dropping it off at the front door or throwing it up the garden path) logistics delivery like all the courier firms do daily.  A drop off twice a week would be enough to ensure any location authorized to give the vaccinations doesn’t run out. This would also work for medical practices going out to care homes etc. vials could be dropped off at the surgery ready to be taken out the next day. I think actually organizing enough staff to do the jabs and record them and make sure people are given a second appointment at right interval is more of an issue. Also, I read somewhere you had to stay for around 10 minute afterwards to ensure you had no side effects. If that is the case, then fitting everyone in is more of an issue. I think they will commandeer some large sports halls etc where they can have a lot of people in at once but still isolating from each other.
    • Woodgate is an arrogant bully, I didn't want him here and it was personal as well as professional.  If you are a certain age and live in Middlesbrough you'll know he had a bad reputation for a reason. He should never have been given the job.  And professionally he was not ready to be given the job, it was far too big for him and that's on Gibson.  
    • H Brentford v Blackburn Rovers H Bristol City v Birmingham City D Coventry City v Rotherham United D Huddersfield Town v Queens Park Rangers H Millwall v Derby County H Norwich City v Sheffield Wednesday H Preston North End v Wycombe Wanderers D Stoke City v Middlesbrough H Swansea City v Luton Town H Watford v Cardiff City
    • Just popped onto their forum it's nice to read opposition fans fear playing us now. Wonder how Mikel does if he plays against us 
    • With Temperatures being a determining factor its going to be extremely difficult to vaccinate the masses with such a logistical drawback. Not impossible but imagine trying to get retirement homes vaccinated. It's OK I guess if everyone able bodied is given an appointment time, place and date to attend but even then it has to be in a reasonable travel area. Its maybe fine for a Family of four to be told to attend a centre together in their Car. A trip say to the RVI from Teesside could be a two and a half hour round trip in a Car or six or more likely even more hours trying to get via Public Transport.
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