Our very own Matt Le Tissier demonstrates exactly what is wrong with this campaign. Do we really think that "Forcing" people to agree with a movement, that they don't agree with, is going to have any impact on anything?
Whether we agree or not, people are surely entitled to voice their opinion. Why should we be forced to agree with something we don't agree with? Well, I suppose when Matt is sat there with his badge on, the extreme left wing can pretend he agrees with it, if it makes them happy but we all know he faces the sack if he doesn't.
But just to be clear, I think racism should be stamped out. I don't think people should be forced to wear badges, go down on one knee or forced to say certain words!
Very surprised that they look absolutely terrible. Surprised because Howe is a good manager right? They have some good players and this is the team that beat us 3 1 at St Mary's. There must be something going on. They are not even trying.
I wouldn't miss them though. They are just annoying distant neighbours, punching above their weight.
A really strong performance today. There was no way we were giving it away today. We looked a cracking team today I thought. Ward-Prowse quality, Walker-Peters super, janik V played well and of course Ings, who is world class.
One of those feel good games. Buzzing as they say.
I wish our fans would get behind the team more. Apart from all the moaning, it was silent in there. Our moaning fans really do make a difference. Mccarthy did the mistake because he was nervous and Stephens did that mistimed tackle because of the fans. The fans really need to up their game. I couldn't hear them,aprt from the constant moans. No wonder we are so good away and not at home. Back at home again, and the moaning fans caused us to lose again.
Brighton's surprise win today has really shaken it up down there. We all know there will be twists and turns but West Ham look in real danger and that would be a big story. Big incentive for Bournemouth after West Ham's defeat.
So Little Britain has been removed from our screens. Fawlty Towers, Royal Family and Only Fools and Horses will apparently also be removed from Netflix etc. Little Britain took the p out of everybody, not just black people. And it was a joke to be enjoyed. They took the p out of gay people, and one of the lead characters, Matt Lucas is gay, so was all meant in good taste.
So any of us who like a bit of "edgy" comedy, will soon be going underground and buying dvds on the black market to sneak in an episode of a comedy classic!
The win at Swansea felt brilliant. The Dave Jones year, beating Leicester 2 1 when we were trailing, then Dellhurst Park. The Souness year was comfortable in the end but that win at Forest was massive. The Merrington win against man u at the Dell. Any other great escape memories?
Whilst a few of today's PL players break lockdown rules to party and many squabble over giving a small amount of their wages, Frannie is raising money for others again. What a great man he is. Unheard of with today's crop of greedy self obsessed players. Seriously,you don't hear of today's players on 300k a week doing this sort of thing I don't think.