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  1. Paul Merson was right after all.
  2. The fuck happened at Solihull? 3-0 with 15 to play. Lost 4-3.
  3. Aye. If the last two seasons are anything to go by then a team in lower mid table at Christmas will suddenly hit a run of form that Barcelona circa 2009 would be jealous of and go up through the playoffs. The January transfer window is huge in The Championship.
  4. I'd take all of that with a pinch of salt. Is it just Amazon reminding people they've got the football and it would be cool if we all got Prime in December.
  5. Only going off of watching highlights, but the Baggies played some wonderful stuff last night. They look a real threat.
  6. Yeah. I shall be watching it at a pub.
  7. Huge win for Villa tonight. I don't want to say six pointer at this stage of the season, but we are currently in the middle of a run of really tough fixtures (Man City away, Liverpool home, Wolves away, Newcastle home, Man Utd away, Chelsea away, Leicester home) so winning tonight was absolutely crucial. I'm really happy with our ability to score goals from midfield, but Wesley really looks like he couldn't hit a cow's arse with a banjo at times. Thankfully there are plenty of other clubs in the division who seem to have similar problems with their centre forwards.
  8. Ha. I was light painting with him last weekend. Small world.
  9. Possibly, which is why I only think it's the beginning of the end but someone is going to try and get a few big name fighters who are still in their prime on a bill together and see what happens. It will be bad for the fan in the long term if a breakaway is successful but I think of only a matter of time, even if that timeframe is 10-20 years away yet.
  10. It's the beginning of the end for the UFC's golden era. Once individual fighters start becoming bigger than the organising body they are working for then they can promote their own events and it leads down a path boxing started on a couple of decades ago where the best fighters don't need to face each other anymore, so they won't. Regarding last night, Callum Smith won a robbery against John Ryder. Ryder will want the rematch, I dare say it pushes Smith further up the queue for the big money fight against Canelo because it now looks like less of a risk for Canelo. And boy can Deontay Wilder punch. Ridiculous knockout again.
  11. To be honest I'm not surprised, I think it's been on the cards for a while and they'll probably both go on to better things.
  12. Just stuff from Instagram, I've been enjoying shooting stuff at night recently. These are either in London or Birmingham:
  13. Started the new Le Carre novel, The Agent Running in the Field. It definitely feels like B-tier stuff from him, it's nowhere near the level of the his best work but I've never read one of his books in the month it was released before so this seemed pretty tempting and frankly I'm astonished he's still working at 88 years of age. He seems pretty pissed off about Brexit in this one, it's almost worth it just for the anti Brexit, anti Trump, anti Putin soapbox moments even if the spy stuff is a bit by the numbers.
  14. I think he'll leave Spurs before the year is out though I'm not sure Bayern is the place. Maybe it's just me projecting, but he's a Spanish first language guy who lived in Barcelona for a decade and used to be captain of PSG. Throw Manchester United into the mix and I think there are a number of huge jobs which might be available before the opening day of the 2020/21 season and I do wonder if Poch has had a tip from any of these places.
  15. Bayern Munich got smashed 5-1 yesterday, they've sacked the manager Niko Kovac today. They'll still be five points clear at the top of the table at the end of the season won't they?
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