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  1. 6 points
    Nice work Administrators, what was contained in one thread and easily ignored or engaged in is now spread all over the board. Would you say that deleting the long running Brexit thread has achieved whatever you though it would?
  2. 3 points
    This is a poor analogy - to cause Japanese Knotweed to be spread is unlawful, and nobody has done anything unlawful around Brexit...oh hang on a moment...
  3. 3 points
    I've not been on here since Thursday...are we now having to resort to guerilla Brexit threads? Apples
  4. 2 points
    Great to read through, in particular: " It will test our players, it will test our staff, and it will test our supporters. It’s easy talking about culture, environment, having a great club to be at, we believe in the plan, let’s do it our way, it’s the Norwich way – that’s really easy when you’ve just won the league, really easy. Everyone believes it. It’s now, in these periods – and I think I said this at the end of last season – this will all be tested. It’s now going to be tested and we’ll find out more about people’s characters during this period. We’re lucky that we’ve got people here who will support our players through that because this is a growth period for young players." For me, some supporters wont pass the test. They never do when things get difficult. But this time I do believe the majority will.
  5. 2 points
    The physical demands of playing international football are considerably higher than those of sitting at a table. There's nothing wrong with someone who is a bit ill deciding to sit in a warm, cosy building during the evening, which is exactly what he would've been doing had he stayed at home.
  6. 2 points
    Whereas Brexit is to do with Horrid Old people and passports.
  7. 2 points
    He’s not blaming the supporters. He’s just telling it straight with no nonsense, and some people can’t take it. But I love that myself, real honesty, nothing sugarcoated etc In short, he’s actually giving massive credit to the supporters, acknowledging how important we are to the teams success, and the difference we can make. I know people love to get offended though, probably the same people who need to grow some instant b******s the split second we face a bit of adversity
  8. 2 points
    40 years of the two tone label, I almost want one
  9. 2 points
    Some people still don't get it that along with supporters being the twelfth man, they can also be the opposite and have a negative effect on the team. Most supporters are great and I am sure Webber is right that the majority will keep singing from the same hymn sheet, but we see on here how quick some people are to turn. Supporters can have a positive effect or a negative effect at a match - it is up to each individual to choose how they will be. We are in an incredible period at the club - still getting to grips with the PL and having to do that in a difficult injury situation - but with a club set up that is as good as at any time in our history......just look at the quality around the place, not just in the first team but in the U23's and academy. This is the best time to be a Norwich supporter - if a few people are losing the plot because of two away defeats and a home loss that was made all the worse because of the injury situation, then they have very short memories. It is less than four weeks since one of the most memorable occasions ever at CR. We need gumption, not snowflakery.
  10. 2 points
  11. 2 points
    And scampi to an idiot
  12. 1 point
    A simple explanation of the carbon cycle for you and its relevance to climate change. Did they not teach basic science at your school ?
  13. 1 point
    Go on, be a devil, press those buttons, it's your duty as a free thinking individual.
  14. 1 point
    That article is so weirdly written, like they’re trying to turn the football world and the public against him. It’s almost as if The Sun have got it in for him or something, but I’m sure that isn’t the case...
  15. 1 point
    You’re like a s hit (and idiot) version of the Terminator (you’ll be defeated eventually though )
  16. 1 point
    Yeah, let's have a "Logan's Run"......Remove them hedonistic and horrid old people (and curtail them passports) - thus eliminating the dystopia that infects our current society.....Youth and exuberance is the honest and only way to a Utopia.....(Via Nandos, Call o' Duty, smartphones, Pizza, trendy lager an' beer, man buns, alexa, childhood obesity, tattoos, holidays abroad, recreational drugs, knife crime, benefits, must have it wannit nows, reality TV, shoit music and other stuff.....etc, etc, etc)....... A future beckons....."Lord of the Flies".......
  17. 1 point
    Can’t see the problem. England’s camp would have been aware of the reasons he’s pulled out and were obviously happy with it
  18. 1 point
    I also don't have a problem with what Webber is saying. I'm just a touch tired of it giving the usual suspects the chance to roll out their 'I'm a better supporter than you' smugness.
  19. 1 point
    The US were there. They have been told to stand down, not fly air cover, and now pull the 1,000 troops out. Oh and now sending 1,800 to Saudi Arabia. This is nothing to do with the EU and you know it, it’s about US deliberately stabbing the Kurds in the back after they fought ISIS for us. The Kurds have been betrayed before and now have allied with Assad and de facto with Russia. Maybe that’s the outcome the President wanted, although he now says he didn’t, but we know he has a serial history of lying every day, and ISIS that he claimed he had defeated, is back.
  20. 1 point
    So let's see the EU step up to the plate and move their troops in to protect the Kurds. Of course they won't because they are full of p iss and wind and expect the US to take care of everything.
  21. 1 point
    You have got to be kidding, it certainly isn't normal for any halfway decent software team - this is rank amateurism.
  22. 1 point
    His brother Mark was always first in the queue at the January sales.
  23. 1 point
    He was awful in the first half against Liverpool? That's that covered then.
  24. 1 point
    If only scientific data stretching back hundreds of thousands of years were as compelling as a sloganistic, nonsensical propaganda poster paid for by one of the energy profiteers hey? Then we may be able to convince the terminally dim like Jools that it's real. Don't let facts get in the way of bright coloursand bizarrely violent slogans though.
  25. 1 point
    Jools, I teach Geography, I understand the environmental issues to a high level, as I have studied them to a high level. Climate change is not made up, and it's not exaggerated. That's a view shared by every credible scientist in the world, and backed up by tonnes of research. The fires in the Amazon are a direct result of Bolsonaro's policies, and to suggest otherwise is utterly ignorant. Mouthpieces like Delingpole who understand absolutely FA about the issue don't interest me in the slightest, nor do the conspiracy theorists on twitter who feel this is all a leftist stage show designed to discredit the right. It's not.