With the super Swans kicking off this evening,which game will you be watching @ 3pm
I was going for the Leeds v Brighton game with the home teams adventurous style and Brighton playing really well against City a few nights back,but i think il go for Crapdiff v Norwich,now its just to decide which result I desire.
The 1st half was painful to watch,with Rodrigo who cost £27 million showing he must be the biggest pile of shite in the league,he must obviously think that players are no longer allowed to head the ball after ducking from a perfect cross on to his head when 6 yards out.
Many pros and cons of ths fast approaching cashless society .
Although cash will be about for a very long time yet to cater for the demographic who cant/wont use banks recent events with people in lockdown has certainly accelerated it coming about.
Banks are more and more reluctant to release large cash withdrawls and are terrified of people buying crypto and precious metals so much so that many accounts with transactions dealing in these are being suspended by them.
Myself,I welcome it but will always keep a large rainy day fund outside the reaches of the banks.
Been in touch with her office in regards of the roll out or lack of it of the covid vaccine in this area.
I was told since it was an health issue it was under the remit of the Welsh government and that she did not get involved or was interested in anything relating to the subject of health in Wales or any other devolved powers,fair enough ,since we all know shes just on the gravy train and cares nothing about our views or the manifesto she got elected in on.
I wonder if her huge salary and office staff , running costs are reduced compared to her MP counterparts in England who do have to cover these issues,(we all know they are not) or do we pay her not to do anything regarding these issues and again for someone else at the senedd to ignore them also?
Obviously still in the 1st tier of over 80s at present, but a few neighbours in that category who have severe health conditions have said they have heard diddly squat from the NHS about any possible appointment.
Myself I am well down the list, but will be forced to contact the NHS on the neighbours behave if this goes on much longer and ask why the vaccinations are not being carried out.
So the big 6 want the EPL cut to 18 teams and the scrapping of the League cup by 2022/23.
So the pie gets split 18 ways instead of 20.
All being oiled by the promise of a £100million "gift" to the FA ,so one thing is for sure they will back it.
Its the first step towards abolishing promotion and relegation and introducing automatic qualification to European tournaments for certain "big name" clubs, Juventus and the like have been pushing for it in Europe for a few years,
They want "special status" for the big 6 ,Everton ,Southampton and West Ham,what does this entail? no relegation is my guess.
Just like FFP its another step to stop teams entering the "elite" and keeping the cosy little club of established high profile clubs who are terrified of competition.