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|Derby sack Keogh|
at 19:58 30 Oct 2019
I agree that it would be a gross misconduct related dismissal. He will be able to sue whichever was driving for negligence (the driver likely will be uninsured, the insurer will pull cover). A bit of contributory negligence from Keoth. Nice bit of litigation!
|18 league goals between them|
at 07:54 20 Oct 2019
We need them. We have a GD of 0 so on that basis we are likely to concede 60. Still an improvement on last season though.
|Bury FC and the EFL|
at 15:25 5 Sep 2019
I am at a conference in Edinburgh about regulation in football. The first speaker was Ann Budge, the CEO, Chairman and owner of Hearts. She gave a great talk about buying the club out of Administration and turning it around. Her next step is to transfer the club to a company owned by the fans.
I had a long chat with her over lunch. Even allowing for the difference in the economics of Scottish football against English football, she reckons there is going to be a lot more in the way of failures like Bury, both in England and Scotland.
I also discussed Conor Washington with her. He is doing well up there, really well liked and had fitted in. Good for him.
|Villa spending Â£150m+|
at 21:42 2 Aug 2019
You might want to check out Keiran Maguire's blog, Price of Football. Very savvy individual.
|Scott McKenna - Aberdeen|
at 07:27 28 Jul 2019
Next on the bus apparently. Don't know where the money for that would come from. Essence of clickbait?
|Favourite pub names|
at 20:12 15 Jul 2019
There used to be the Inebriated Newt in Battersea. And Guildford used to have a pub with a "reputation" called the Greyhound, which was known locally as the Whippet Inn.
at 19:32 13 May 2019
Another interesting fact is that AC's brother, Bill, is the manager of the Who.
I had dinner with AC and Frank Warren a few years ago. They looked like identical twins. The only way to tell them apart was Frank's diamond shirt studs.
at 17:58 25 Apr 2019
Forest fan I work with tells me that he captained Forest last week
at 08:27 24 Apr 2019
Out of the running. Per the Times this morning.
at 18:10 1 Feb 2019
Indeed. Jack Robinson take note.
|Drums next door|
at 08:38 29 Dec 2018
I'm new on the board (long term follower of it) and looking generally prior to the Reading game.
A couple of points. First, noise of this type can amount in law to what is called a nuisance (which, bizarrely for the law, actually means what it says); it is essentially what would be an otherwise lawful use of land but which becomes unreasonable to the occupier of neighbouring land. Residential property has a reasonable expectation of quiet enjoyment (reasonableness depending on the area) and reasonable playing of drums would probably be okay until you 9pm onward.
As Bazza has said, noise nuisances can be enforced through the local authority (rather than doing it yourself through the courts, although you may well have legal expenses insurance on a household contents policy that would cover you for that).
Second, before going down that path, you might want to have a chat with the kid''s mother. If you own your property and you enforce through the local authority/court, what you will then have is a record of a neighbour dispute which would have to be disclosed if you come to sell the property - these disputes puts people off buying. A quiet word often works wonders.
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