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  3. Love that he got 2, I really want to see him finishing that first chance though. That’s a strikers bread and butter and although his goals have improved he needs to keep working on his finishing. There’s a player in there.
  4. I do agree but the open goal was in 2017 GE when May was PM. For all Johnson's failings, he has far more charisma than May and is a far better campaigner. It is looking like a 74 to 78 Conservative working majority which means Boris will now be able to get just about anything he wants through Parliament. Pleased to see that Corbyn has said he won't lead the Party into the next election but the country needs a credible opposition which means he, along with Abbott, Mcdonnell and probably Thornberry all have to step down. The only battle now is not Brexit but Scottish independence as SNP did do very well too - mainly at Labour expense too. N Ireland could also be interesting with DUP losing seats to SF - who won't take up their seats, thereby further extending the working majority.
  5. Hopefully Ancelotti and he brings Milik with him!
  6. Labour missed an open goal and its all on Corbyn. With almost anyone else in charge we would have seen a very different result. Lib Dems were hurt by tactical voting and some very large tactical errors. If they had campaigned on a second referendum instead of revoking A50 they probably would have done a lot better. i cant believe that voters think Boris is the answer. Tories lied in 88% of their online ads. You have shit in your own bed and now you will have to lie in it.
  7. Ibra is a winner and he would improve us. Youd be stupid to turn that down. he would bring 15 goals. Who else in the squad has that potential? (and dont say Kean, how many has he scored so far?) ibra would demand better from every player in the team and they would quickly be told when they are playing badly or when they are not giving it their everything. Ibra is a game changer, even at 38. as for not signing anyone without a manager in place? This might be a package deal with Ancelotti. (Who wanted Ibra at Napoli)
  8. You been on the Rioja again Palfy or just struggling to contain your disappointment at the way the election is going. Either way, you are letting yourself down again, badly. I hope the election result and subsequent consequences of brexit don't adversely affect you, but your foul language when you don't get your own way really does expose your character flaws. I neither squirm nor lie Palfy. But it is entertaining to see you throwing your toys out of your pram - again! Cheers.
  9. Yes you did when you started back tracking on your first post, which was shown to be in factual, that’s why so many don’t like debating with you on here, you can never admit when you’re wrong, you would rather lie or try and move the goalposts. Honestly you’re such a fucking dick mate it’s embarrassing to watch you squirm your way around to try and prove you are never wrong.
  10. We have avoided nuclear war. If you read all my posts you will also see that I stated conventional conflicts will always occur. Since we can't 'uninvent' nuclear weapons it becomes vital that we have nuclear parity. To do otherwise is foolhardy.
  11. Thanks but no. I'll go with the MP's opinion. He is the guy who is championing the removal of the 'time limit prior to being disenfranchised.'
  12. Revisit your first comment which you clearly stated, that since WW2, we have not had a war because of our nuclear deterrent, wrong. Now I’m going to disenfranchise you and not discuss with you further.
  13. No don’t do that look at what disenfranchised means.
  14. Well, the letter I got from MP agreed that I had been disenfranchised. I'll take his view over yours on the matter I think.
  15. Indeed. But Korea did not have nuclear weapons. Falklands was classed as a conflict rather than a war. An exercise in semantics maybe but we still needed to project our power over 8000 miles to regain the Falklands. Iraq, similarly, is a non nuclear state. The country missing from your list of course is Russia. And the reason it is missing is because we have nuclear weapons and it knows what would happen if ever it launched first. Ergo, nuclear deterrence works. Conventional skirmishes will always happen but you cannot 'uninvent' technology so there has to be nuclear parity. Various treaties have been signed to reduce the number of warheads each side has, which in turn reduces costs. But a deterrent really is necessary.
  16. The law may have changed but that still doesn’t make you disenfranchised, you need to check what it means to be disenfranchised.
  17. Korea, Falklands, Iraqi were they not wars that we were involved in, and you could say maybe the Panama Canal conflict.
  18. No Palfy my old mate you are quite wrong. For the first 15 years after I left UK I still had the vote. I was disenfranchised only after 15 years as an expat. Incidentally, the tory party are looking at reinstating full voting rights for UK expats without any time limit. Pleased to see some certainty now in UK politics. I believe the same message is also coming out of Brussels. The last thing EU wanted was another hung Parliament. Nice to see the markets reacting so positively already, too.
  19. You have not been disenfranchised at all, you decided to leave the country of your own free will some twenty odd years ago, which by doing so means you voluntarily gave up your right to a vote which would be the same for anyone who chose your course.
  20. You obviously don't understand the very successful defence policy of NATO since WW2. The reason we have not had a war is because of our nuclear deterrent. No nuclear weapons = no deterrent = far higher risk of war. It really is that simple.
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  22. Because we've needed the weapons so many times in the last forty years haven't we? How many billions chucked down the toilet?
  23. Brands can still strengthen the team especially if it’s true he already has a manager lined up, there would be nothing that could stop communication between them behind the scenes.
  24. I couldn't vote as I have been disenfranchised but I am very happy that Corbyn not only lost but appears to have ended his political career. For Labour to operate as a credible opposition now they need to rid themselves of Corbyn, Abbott, Mcdonnell and Thornberry. The markets are loving the exit poll and the £ is rocketing in value.
  25. Even if we win tomorrow I still see no reason to give it to Duncan. If we do win, we’ll probably get a result against Arsenal too. But going into January we can’t have a temporary manager in charge, the team needs to be strengthened.
  26. I don’t think mobility when I think of Delph. And I’d bet Ferguson is just fine with Schneiderlin tbh, seeing as he was one of our best players up against a young and mobile Chelsea side.
  27. Because we desperately lack mobility in midfield. If I'm Ole, my starting position in preparing for this game is going to be "how do I exploit the middle of the park where Everton have two of the slowest midfielders in the league". Having heard the team news today I don't think there's a chance of Delph, still sounds a major doubt, but I can't believe that Duncan will leave Morgan in one second longer than absolutely necessary. I don't htink he'll put Tom there, he appears to want Tom further forward, so no one else to come in.
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