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Will last won the day on May 13

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  1. https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/52446058 Was browsing the BBC sport website and one of the people in the thumbnail of this article looked a bit familiar.
  2. Leo had quite the reputation for doing it by then, can hardly blame Hughton and Calderwood for trying to stop him from doing his usual antics.
  3. Weird that Adama is in the thumbnail, don't think we played them in that season?
  4. I can't see them doing this, would just result in clubs dumping a load of expenditure into this years accounts. For example, excluding this coming years accounts would be phenomenally good for us from an FFP standpoint.
  5. They EFL and PL will have to make allowances for the current situation, I reckon we're fine either way but there will be clubs right on the edge with regards to FFP who will fail without the gate receipts they would have received.
  6. We did when he joined in fairness
  7. And there lies the ultimate problem.
  8. We don't need to spend big money on a first choice striker. I think Fletcher has easily shown enough this season to show that he is good enough for it and with more creativity in the team would score goals for fun in this league (this is all under the assumption that Britt goes, which I'm still not convinced by.)
  9. Was Italy's first case 13 days before ours? I feel like it wasn't even close to that long.
  10. The problems with these figures are numerous. If 80% of patients don't get symptoms severe enough to bother getting tested (WHO and Public Health England numbers) then the vast majority of your 'infected' population never even gets counted in these figures, exaggerating the mortality rate possibly 4-5x. Another issue is under reporting of cases, there is some speculation that Iran could potentially have millions of infected citizens but are only reporting a few thousand at the moment for their own political agenda. The other issue is that in some countries there appears to be significantly less aggressive strains of the virus, leading speculation that this virus could be significantly more widespread than anyone has predicted, if this is the case, given the lack of reported deaths from it, the death rate would drop even further. Death rates are useful up to a point, but until a virus has fully ran it's course, or at least a full year cycle, they can be wildly off the mark. The death rate for flu is based on years and years of historical data, using an early stage death rate for the current virus is like trying to use a league table after 3 games to see who will win the league.
  11. Worrying indictment of our managers ability to identify players that suit his formation and positions.
  12. Yeh, they do. Their entire culture is far more tactile and touchy feely than ours. It's absolutely no surprise to me that the virus has spread like wildfire there.
  13. Will

    'Other Boro stuff'

    I'm not sure it requires hindsight to see that spending £7m and £8m on Flint and Saville was a *** poor decision.
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