He must have spent all day practicing Tony Blairs totally false interview on the Iraq inquiry. Breaking voice,stuttering ,false pauses he had Blair down to a T . labour scum at its finest,yet the lefties still want to ignore it and concentrate on someone calling someone rude names over Carwyns actions which resulted in a guy killing himself. Tells us all what type of people we are dealing with,scum.
So around 12 oclock today Labours Dawn Butler is giving a interview on Radio 5 saying she was not happy with the process that lead to Carl Sergeants sacking and called for a full independant inquiry.
Within 30 minutes Emma Barnett on Radio 5 says we have just recieved a statement from Dawn Butler who says on greater reflection she has changed her mind and that the appropriate process was followed and no invedtigation is now required.
I wonder who had a word in Dawns ear or how she had a sudden 180 degree uturn on the lead up to the death of Sergeant.
Have a listen on iplsyer radio5 Emma Barnett show 2:32:12 into the broadcast.
Not at all surprising the lefties on here have decided to ignore her comments,it seems calling someone sugar t!ts is more serious than the Labour run process that lead to a mans death.
Since we've been told we can not buy unless we sell what are we going to do this time next season if we are lucky enough to stay in the Premiership? Tammy gone back to Chelsea,Sanches back to Bayern,little value in an ageing Bony if he comes back how are we going to replace these? It seems to me with no real term investment coming into the club it's only time before we are royally fecked. Although the sellout Kant and Yanks will act as thou they have spent the fact is they have not risked a penny of their money.
FOR a long time sensible Swansea were showcased as an efficient example of how to run a mid-table Premier League club and after a brief gallivant on the wild side conservative City appear back on track. This will be Swansea’s seventh consecutive Premier League campaign but last term’s 15th place was their worst position since they were promoted and the first time the Welsh outfit have looked in danger of losing their top-flight status. Swansea spent 128 days in the relegation zone and used four different managers with Paul Clement finally succeeding where Francesco Guidolin, Bob Bradley and caretaker Alan Curtis failed. Nine of Swansea’s 12 wins last season came with Clement at the helm, which was an impressive return considering those victories came in just 18 matches and he arrived with the club in chaos after Bradley’s 84-day cameo. Clement, an excellent coach who worked alongside Carlo Ancelotti at Chelsea, PSG, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich, spent extensive time working on Swansea’s defensive structure alongside assistant Claude Makelele and was not afraid to tinker with the formation, finishing the season with a midfield diamond that has been carried over into the summer friendlies. Central to the diamond was Gylfi Sigurdsson, who finished third in the assists table with 13 behind Christian Eriksen (15) and Kevin De Bruyne (18). He has been the subject of interest elsewhere with an eye-watering £50m mentioned as a possible transfer fee. The potential loss of Sigurdsson would be a blow but Swansea’s transfer strategy looks in much better shape since Dan Altman, an American data analytics expert, was brought in. Midfield pass master Roque Mesa was a bargain signing from Las Palmas and Chelsea’s Tammy Abraham looks a shrewd loan choice. Abraham scored 23 Sky Bet Championship goals last season and has the mobility to play alongside target-man Fernando Llorente, who hit 15 Premier League goals, should Clement stick with a 4-4-2 diamond that limits opportunities for his wingers. Despite that, many are tipping the Swans for another season of struggle but City have always beaten the 40-point Premier League mark with finishes of 11-9-12-8-12-15 and something just below their 11th-place average is anticipated.
Tottenham have announced away teams will only be given the minimum required amount of tickets which is 3000. That will be in blocks 112-117 which is in the same end we've been in the last couple of games on the lowest level on the left hand side behind the goal so not a very good view. I have already booked my train tickets but may just spend the day in London unless I can get a decent positioned seat.