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 on: Monday, February 18, 2019, 23:24:38 
Started by magicroundaboutred - Last post by 4D
I doubt he will do.  When it comes to Brexit, he (and many, many like him) becomes the captain of the Titantic, refusing to acknowledge the existence of the big, fuck-off iceberg heading our way.

A bit like the blinkered few who blame absolutely everything on Brexit. Perhaps our poor home form has found a scapegoat?

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 on: Monday, February 18, 2019, 22:18:57 
Started by magicroundaboutred - Last post by red_army
Tomlinson's first reaction seems to have been to defend Brexit, which seems a bit tone deaf. There's definitely a 'it's a bit more complex than that' argument, but maybe not before 'this is terrible and here's what I'm going to do to help'





Considering the workforce of Honda has been told nothing (to date) maybe Mr Tomlinson should of held off from defending Brexit... More worried about defending Brexit than thinking maybe be should wait with his statement until the workforce had been told... Disgusted with him... No news had been leaked about Turkey until his statement...

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 on: Monday, February 18, 2019, 22:07:08 
Started by magicroundaboutred - Last post by StfcRusty
Do you have any positive arguments to make, or just provide more whataboutisms?

I doubt he will do.  When it comes to Brexit, he (and many, many like him) becomes the captain of the Titantic, refusing to acknowledge the existence of the big, fuck-off iceberg heading our way.

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 on: Monday, February 18, 2019, 21:12:53 
Started by Crozzer - Last post by Reg Smeeton
He was utter shit.

Jamie Reckord, remember him? He was even worse!

Interestingly, Reckord turns out for Solihull Moors, who atm are top of the Conference albeit not by much.... it was quite recently that Jed was involved with them, so they're lucky to still be going let alone doing well. Another Town old boy Tim Flowers is gaffer, and doing a remarkable job... he's even got 9 goals out of Jermaine Hylton

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 on: Monday, February 18, 2019, 20:46:53 
Started by herthab - Last post by Reg Smeeton
I’m not sure I agree with your last sentence.

Doubtless there are many in Italy, who see unity as involving right wing populists, but they still see things in a European context.  So we see Salvini, cuddling up to Orban, and the Polish Law and Justice Party, with an agenda to move the EU to the right.

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 on: Monday, February 18, 2019, 20:35:46 
Started by Summerof69 - Last post by dphunt88
Would like to draw your attention to a couple of other Trust related items while I'm here....

What does the 1969 cup win mean to you?
 http://truststfc.tv/1969-cup-win/

We're encouraging STFC fans, old and young, present at Wembley or not, to share with us short video clips of what it means to you? Within the article, you'll see a phone number where you can send WhatsApp video clips too. We'll take all the clips and mould it in with other '69 related footage to create a masterpiece to show you at the Anniversary/AGM event on the 15th. Cheers all.

Finally, if you've got any questions for the Trust in advance, to be answered on the night and built into our FAQs, please send these to info@truststfc.com.

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 on: Monday, February 18, 2019, 20:34:33 
Started by herthab - Last post by Legends-Lounge
It's tricky to know what the real Italy is, after all it's only existed for a couple of hundred years and in it's early years under Garibaldi had to fight to maintain integrity, from Austrian and French occupation.

Garibaldi though was popular in GB, for his internationalism and socialist outlook, (socialism with a small s)

He ws so popular in GB that we named a biscuit after him.   Garibaldi, was also a believer that European unity was the way forward, a situation that still applies in Italy today.

I’m not sure I agree with your last sentence. Have you read Yanis Varoufakis ‘and the weak suffer what they must’? Or his other tome ‘adults in the room’?

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 on: Monday, February 18, 2019, 20:28:13 
Started by herthab - Last post by donkey
Next time there is a vote here what happens when neither of them get any?

We get Finland?

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 on: Monday, February 18, 2019, 20:27:29 
Started by Summerof69 - Last post by dphunt88
Evening all, we've started our promo for the "50th Anniversary Event & AGM" today on twitter and Facebook. For those who aren't on either social platform, the Trust website article (linked above) will tell you everything you need to know.

Otherwise, here's the agenda for the night:

AGENDA

6:00pm – 6:30pm Free Tea/Coffee/Soft Drink and Cold Buffet 
6:30pm – 7:00pm Video screening plus Q&A with STFC Legends
7:00pm – 7:30pm Drinks Break with Photo Opportunity – Cash Bar
7:30pm – 8:30pm Trust AGM
– Introduction and updates from all supporter groups
– Crowdfunding and how it will work
– Community Shares
– Timeline for deal
– County Ground Custodians LLP overview
– Planned developments once purchase is complete
8:30pm – 9:00pm – Supporters Q&A
9:00pm – 11:00pm – Live Band

 

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 on: Monday, February 18, 2019, 20:24:50 
Started by herthab - Last post by Reg Smeeton
A bad example? No, an example. Everyone’s own differing opinions will decide whether it is a good or bad example. Wait till their financial situation implodes, then you’ll see the real Italy.

It's tricky to know what the real Italy is, after all it's only existed for a couple of hundred years and in it's early years under Garibaldi had to fight to maintain integrity, from Austrian and French occupation.

Garibaldi though was popular in GB, for his internationalism and socialist outlook, (socialism with a small s)

He ws so popular in GB that we named a biscuit after him.   Garibaldi, was also a believer that European unity was the way forward, a situation that still applies in Italy today.

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