I have defended the club in the past but they have f*ck all excuses this year. They have £30m+ burning a hole in their pocket! ...and they have known they would have a shed load of cash come in and they have known who was likely to leave (Siggy and Llorente) ALL FECKING SUMMER
Clement has said he wanted a minimum of 2 signings in and he said so before Llorente was on his way out of the door. If he hasn't got 3 new players by 11pm tomorrow evening he should walk...I know I will reduce my spend with the club going forward. This has become a fecking joke.
...was a top class finish. Nothing lucky about it!
The defender is holding his shirt and trying to lock arms, Tammy out muscles him and powers in behind...he has a fraction of a second to see the cross coming at him (superb pacy low ball by Fer)...and somehow conjures up a side footed volley to finish. Pure instinct it was, great reactions on the bloke.
He has a shot of going all the way this boy, can see him playing for England at some stage.
(I can't comment on the rest of the game as I didn't see it, just saw the goal on Match Choice though and was impressed)
We all remember the footage of Bradley's laughable training sessions, how could we forget.
I want to hear from everybody whoever played football;
1 - A description of the best training drill you ever did (it was fun / repetition genuinely improved your game / You've used it yourself with your kids etc.)
2 - The worst training ground routine you ever did...either because it was the shitest, most last minute, back of a fag packet, lazy arse effort or because it was fantastically pretentious and over complicated.
3 - A description of the biggest c*nt you ever trained with or who trained you.
4 - The coach/manager/teacher who you look back on most fondly.
Corbyn does not like 'shoot to kill' on principle. Fair enough. This puts him at odds with the UK public (especially during these troubled times). He could adjust his public position on this issue (and on the nuclear strike issue) in order to secure more votes for the Labour party.
It comes down to principles Vs pragmatism, and Corbyn is not prepared to sacrifice his principles on the altar of a Labour victory in the GE. To me this = Vanity
It strikes me that many of us do the same thing on the subject of Islamic terrorism. We are not prepared to sacrifice dearly held principles on the altar of our children's futures. It would seem that it is more important to be able to look at ourselves in the mirror and see somebody staring back that our younger more idealistic selves could be proud of.
Me? I think it is more important to be able to look into my children's eyes in 30 years time and be able to say; " I did everything I could to ensure that you were able to inherit the kind of safe, stable country that I (and my generation) was fortunate enough to inherit. "
...there will be a 'Women's anti-Trump march' in major US cities such as New York and San Francisco. You will read about it, watch the scenes on your TV...celebrities will support it and tell you what to think...