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  2. Bailey

    Brexit...

    Maybe... maybe not. They weren't the highest reasons I heard on the countless debate programs I watched and articles I read. I still dont believe moving away from the EU is a bad thing and I think their attitude towards Brexit has re-affirmed my view upon that, however, a belief and the practicality of doing so are completely different things and pressing the countdown button, which again lets face it is down to the EU as well, without what seems to be a full analysis is not what you would expect of a major Kingdom such as the UK. I fail to see how May is going to last much longer, nor the Tories. I just hope Labour can find someone to replace Corbyn before its all too late!
  3. tonkaroost

    Malcom

    This would be an amazing coup!
  4. EFC-Paul

    Malcom

    I'm really trying not to get my hopes up on this one This lad is quality, I don't like the term but this lad has the potential to be a worldie Would be some coup if we can pull it off
  5. Palfy

    Brexit...

    All those so called Muppets who voted leave but now regret it were sold a load of lies by bigger Muppets, now it's clearer what leave actually looks like and it's nothing like Boris and Co said they rightly feel that they should be given the opportunity of redress, only a Muppet wouldn't see that as a valid point.
  6. Quinn31

    Malcom

    We should close this thread now. You win. On a serious note, this came out of nowehere - hope it's true. Hopefully this means Bolasie on the way out and we have a group of at-least semi-exciting wingers to play (Walcott, Lookman, Malcolm)
  7. Palfy

    Brexit...

    But what you have just described is probably most of the reasons why people who voted remain did so.
  8. Romey 1878

    Brexit...

    Did I? I feel like I voted leave because I want out of the EU, none of this out but in rubbish. Fully out and that’s that, I didn’t need any other option on the ballot other than leave or remain. You vote for one or the other and all that leave or remain entails. All these muppets moaning now saying “we didn’t know what we were voting for” need to be quiet. We voted either to remain or to leave. I want out because I don’t want ever closer union with the EU, and a vote to remain would’ve given the remit for that to take place. We’d have eventually been forced or obliged to change our currency to the Euro, which is something I’m dead against. I just want Brexit, Holystove. To leave the EU. So I suppose I prefer a “hard” Brexit? But I just see that as Brexit and exactly what I voted for.
  9. Palfy

    Brexit...

    I voted remain but if I was given a second vote I think I would vote leave, because I want the the first time leave voters to feel what leave is undoubtedly is going to bring. No hard feelings to leavers but you deserve your win and to feel what it's like.
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  11. Bailey

    Brexit...

    I didn't vote in real life, only on this thread, but my idealogy would be to leave however I just dont see how its achievable at the moment. Part of the reason I didnt vote is because I didnt trust any govt to deliver it properly and also (and mainly) because the implications were a complete unknown. Given that we are supposedly leaving in less than 12 months we still have no idea of the full extent of no deal. The deal currently tabled is to basically stay in the EU, but without a seat at the table, and I expect that any Brexiteer would detest that half in half out proposal far more than being fully in the EU. The biggest problem is that we have a whole Parliament full of useless MPs who dont know their arse from their elbow, who act like spoilt kids, and seem incapable of working together. Both the two main parties are fractured quite severly and the PM doesnt changes her mind from day to day. How can any future plan for the UK in or out of the EU be built upon such unsteady foundations. I would also add, that I dont even believe half of these MPs even know what they are voting for either.
  12. rubecula

    Rube's Random Ruminations

    I never realised how big the fecker was until it was delivered Mike I thought it would only be a little bit bigger if it is as big as this bloody thing I would use it as a telephone kiosk if you decide to get rid
  13. Bailey

    Malcom

    He is one of the best players I signed on there on my last FM16 game. Playing him on the right of a front 3, get him cutting inside on his left foot.
  14. MikeO

    Brexit...

    He went for leave in the vote in this thread so I was going from that.
  15. aaron

    Malcom

    He’s boss on footy manager! Other than that I have no idea if he’s good, been a lot of big clubs linked with him recently but none have gone for him.
  16. c1982

    Malcom

    If we get Malcom and Bernard, we’d only be an Alan and Clive short of a lawn bowls team.
  17. holystove

    Brexit...

    I remember you said you voted Leave because you were anti-establishment. Do you still believe Leave is the anti-elitist side? What kind of Brexit would you prefer if given the choice?
  18. Makis

    Malcom

    That came straight from the middle.
  19. Now this is exciting...
  20. Shukes

    Luke Shaw

    Not much difference between the two, just Coco has more assists!
  21. Romey 1878

    What Are You Watching?

    I wanted to go and see that but just never got round to it.
  22. Matt

    What Are You Watching?

    Red Sparrow. Bloody good film
  23. Romey 1878

    Luke Shaw

    No, what you do is sign a good player.
  24. Romey 1878

    Brexit...

    Bailey didn’t vote as far as I can remember? I’d vote leave again, no question.
  25. MikeO

    Brexit...

    And you voted out Bailey, do you think more people who went the same way as you are now changing their minds due to the fiasco it's become? I've always thought that a (not going to happen/fantasy land I know) new vote would still be behind leaving but I'm sensing a change in mood. Comments below BBC articles for example used to have infinitely more upvotes for "brexit means brexit" style comments while now the mood faced with the reality has swung the to "this is unworkable/bad for us so let's just stop".
  26. Bailey

    Brexit...

    That is the difficult part. Once the EU knock back the current proposal I think the Govt needs to basically get all MPs in one room, give each member a list of the knock backs and commentry on why, put that alongside a detailed assessment of the impact of no deal and set out why leaving the EU is a non-starter, in light of the initial aims of Brexit. There will be plenty of backlash but I expect the reasonable people of this country to listen, although it would require a dedicated explanation to the public, somethig which hasnt happened following this chequers plan.
  27. seve

    Luke Shaw

    If we wanted that we can just stick with coco, Shaw can play.
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