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Post #511801  Posted: Wed Oct 16, 2019 12:34 pm 
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Tottenham have made contact with Jose Mourinho
It would be great fun if Mourinho joins Spurs. The games they play against us, Chelsea and Hammers are toxic enough already, without his preening input.

But do you think he could be successful there?

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Post #511802  Posted: Wed Oct 16, 2019 1:51 pm 
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It would be great fun if Mourinho joins Spurs. The games they play against us, Chelsea and Hammers are toxic enough already, without his preening input.

But do you think he could be successful there?
Oh yes. He wins at least one trophy wherever he goes and with their set up now on and off the field there is every chance he would keep up his record of achievement at Spurs. A cup is well within their scope, if not this season, then next. Under Mourinho a top four would be on, and despite what all the Arsene critics said, that is success these days.

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Post #511803  Posted: Wed Oct 16, 2019 1:55 pm 
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Brexit update

Johnson now willing to put a hard border down the Irish Sea so that he can be prime minister and make thick English people feel better about themselves .... whilst still being very thick.

More to follow

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Post #511804  Posted: Wed Oct 16, 2019 1:58 pm 
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Talking of bosses in London enjoy a bit of the real one.
https://youtu.be/tLeZ7EolBDE

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Post #511805  Posted: Wed Oct 16, 2019 6:23 pm 
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Brexit update

Johnson now willing to put a hard border down the Irish Sea so that he can be prime minister and make thick English people feel better about themselves .... whilst still being very thick.

More to follow


Give it a rest ffs, there is thick people on both side of the debate, what is so great about the EU? - it's not a peace project, it was implemented by bureaucrats to feather their nests, it is tiresome hearing people saying how the world will end if we leave the EU but there is no substance to their argument.

I'm past caring now, get Noel Edmonds in to open a box.....

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Post #511806  Posted: Wed Oct 16, 2019 7:14 pm 
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TOP GUN wrote:
Brexit update

Johnson now willing to put a hard border down the Irish Sea so that he can be prime minister and make thick English people feel better about themselves .... whilst still being very thick.

More to follow


Give it a rest ffs, there is thick people on both side of the debate, what is so great about the EU? - it's not a peace project, it was implemented by bureaucrats to feather their nests, it is tiresome hearing people saying how the world will end if we leave the EU but there is no substance to their argument.

I'm past caring now, get Noel Edmonds in to open a box.....

Well said WG.Can't wait for it all to be over and for a lot of humble pie to be eaten whoever was wrong.

The shame is one can no longer criticise the likes of Spain and Turkey when our own politicians can be so undemocratic.


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Post #511807  Posted: Wed Oct 16, 2019 7:16 pm 
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Wilts-Gooner wrote:
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Brexit update

Johnson now willing to put a hard border down the Irish Sea so that he can be prime minister and make thick English people feel better about themselves .... whilst still being very thick.

More to follow


Give it a rest ffs, there is thick people on both side of the debate, what is so great about the EU? -

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It’s provides around 6% of our total GDP, the freedom of movement and protects workers and consumers rights enabling a better life for our citizens so we aren’t exploited. (Like we are about to be)

And no there aren’t thick people on both sides of the debate because people who want Brexit are too thick to explain why it’s a good idea and how they see their lives improving after we leave the European Union without bringing everyone else out in fits of laughter.

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Wilts-Gooner wrote:
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Brexit update

Johnson now willing to put a hard border down the Irish Sea so that he can be prime minister and make thick English people feel better about themselves .... whilst still being very thick.

More to follow


it was implemented by bureaucrats to feather their nests,

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.. unlike giving 100 grand of tax payers money to somebody to play “Hide the sausage”

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Post #511809  Posted: Wed Oct 16, 2019 9:40 pm 
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TOP GUN wrote:
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Johnson now willing to put a hard border down the Irish Sea so that he can be prime minister and make thick English people feel better about themselves .... whilst still being very thick.

More to follow

The majority over the irish sea are very happy with that.

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And no there aren’t thick people on both sides of the debate because people who want Brexit are too thick to explain why it’s a good idea and how they see their lives improving after we leave the European Union without bringing everyone else out in fits of laughter.
Or in other words, "How can you have the temerity to not think like me?"

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Give it a rest ffs, there is thick people on both side of the debate, what is so great about the EU? - it's not a peace project, it was implemented by bureaucrats to feather their nests, it is tiresome hearing people saying how the world will end if we leave the EU but there is no substance to their argument.

I'm past caring now, get Noel Edmonds in to open a box.....

Well said WG.Can't wait for it all to be over and for a lot of humble pie to be eaten whoever was wrong.

The shame is one can no longer criticise the likes of Spain and Turkey when our own politicians can be so undemocratic.

Has Donald trump given his approval. He seems to have an opinion on everything

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Post #511812  Posted: Wed Oct 16, 2019 11:42 pm 
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But do you think he could be successful there?
Oh yes. He wins at least one trophy wherever he goes and with their set up now on and off the field there is every chance he would keep up his record of achievement at Spurs. A cup is well within their scope, if not this season, then next. Under Mourinho a top four would be on, and despite what all the Arsene critics said, that is success these days.


I can see them winning the league cup domestically but that's it. The only way they will win the FA cup is if the planets aligned and the big boys get knocked off and/or they play a strong side against a top 6 side. The league has gotten much tougher top to bottom.

I can see them winning the Europa Cup though. Frankly, and I know I will get some stick for it, the Europa cup seems easier to win than the FA Cup.

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Post #511813  Posted: Thu Oct 17, 2019 12:47 am 
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.... what is so great about the EU? - it's not a peace project


In its original form, it was a peace project. In the devastating aftermath of WWII, it was designed to bind Germany into a political and economic relationship with their neighbours so that their marching tendencies might be controlled and a third European war avoided.

Like so much else that’s flowed from that original and radical initiative, it’s worked perfectly and to everyone’s benefit.


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Post #511814  Posted: Thu Oct 17, 2019 1:19 am 
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old man of hoy wrote:
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And no there aren’t thick people on both sides of the debate because people who want Brexit are too thick to explain why it’s a good idea and how they see their lives improving after we leave the European Union without bringing everyone else out in fits of laughter.
Or in other words, "How can you have the temerity to not think like me?"


In my opinion Old Man, Brexit has been foisted upon us by a curious alliance of the rich and super-rich (whose interests are served by lack of regulation and who have been waging a vicious anti-EU and anti-Foreigner campaign for a generation through their control of 90% of the print media), the super-poor (who after years of austerity, just voted for a change in their circumstances, which couldn’t get any worse, poor sods), the b****** ‘brains-on-sticks’ Hedge Funds (who’ve all shorted the £ and make large contributions to make sure maximum chaos ensues), the ill-educated (who are blissfully unaware still of the damage being done and probably always will be) and the under- or un-employed crypto- or not so crypto-racists (who live in working class areas where there just aren’t any bleeding jobs, thanks largely - still - to Thatcher, but continue to blame foreigners for taking non-existent jobs).

Oh, and the glue that holds together all these disparate strands of British society, our blessed elderly (who, rich or poor, sharp or otherwise, hark back wistfully with rheumy eyes to a time when the sun never set on the Empire and the globe was red, and who were prepared to sacrifice their grandchildrens’ futures on the altar of nostalgia). Mustn’t forget their pivotal part in this utterly chaotic tragedy that has made us the laughing stock of the world, eh Old Man?

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