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  1. A Load of Squit

    OT - EU straw poll...

    Another Johnson photo op goes badly. Pretty soon they'll have to send him out to meet 'specially invited' members of the public only.
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    OT - EU straw poll...

    Paul goes on holiday to Fantasy Island.
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    Buendia's Transfer fee

    Employment rules for EU citizens within the EU are unlikely to change, this means it will be easier for players to transfer between leagues in the EU than come to leagues in the UK. Obviously this applies to everyone (not just footballers) I have a cousin who is currently working in Germany, he's been told that he'll find it difficult to move jobs as companies will be more likely to employ EU citizens. If he wants to change jobs there will be more 'red tape' to sort out and that will deter companies as they can employ EU citizens without the hassle.
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    Buendia's Transfer fee

    https://latitudelaw.com/news/the-fas-policy-on-non-eu-football-players-and-possible-implications-following-brexit/ The requirements The FA will grant endorsement for a work permit to elite football players who are internationally established at the highest level. In order to qualify for this, the person must: Make a significant contribution to the development of their sport in the UK and must base themselves in the UK; Be from outside the EEA and Switzerland. When assessing an application for automatic endorsement, the FA will apply the following criteria in deciding whether a player is ‘elite’ and ‘internationally established at the highest level’ and whether they are likely to make a significant contribution to the development of football in the UK: The applicant must be joining a club in the Premier League or Football League; The applicant must have participated in a minimum set percentage of their home country’s senior competitive international matches during the two years (or one year if under 21) preceding the date of application. The percentage is based upon the following: International Team Ranked 1-10, must have appeared in 30% of matches; International Team Ranked 11-20, must have appeared in 45% of matches; International Team Ranked 21-30, must have appeared in 60% of matches; and International Team Tanked 31-50, must have appeared in 75% of matches. The Rankings above are based on the official FIFA World Rankings. If a player fails to meet the above FA requirements for automatic endorsement, the football club can appeal under the FA appeals process to the Exceptions Panel. The criteria for the Exceptions Panel is split into ‘Objective Criteria’ and ‘Subjective Criteria’.
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    Binner supporting work colleague!!!

    They've never won the Mr Clutch Cup.
  6. A Load of Squit

    Farkeball..

    It's a major part of this weeks cartoon in the Gaurdian. 'An artistic director shy of a full West End production'.
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    OT - EU straw poll...

    Most of us find taking you seriously very difficult.
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    OT - EU straw poll...

    That's a lot of words to say 'he's done nothing but lose at every turn'.
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    OT - EU straw poll...

    Johnson hasn't remembered to take the triangle of the reds and can't work out why he keeps losing.
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    OT - EU straw poll...

    Several posters have given you links to the GFA, without understanding that and Irish politics you'll always be baffled.
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    OT - EU straw poll...

    But we're not having a GE 'now' are we? He's lost the ability to decide when the GE takes place.
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    Farkeball..

    WARNING! Some very naughty language.
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    Buendia's Transfer fee

    Widely quoted as £1.5M but shouldn't it include the add on we had to pay (was quoted in Spain as another £5M) at promotion? Even if it was £6.5M he's still 5ft 7 of football heaven and a bargain.
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    OT - EU straw poll...

    Wouldn't be the first and will not be the last load of b0ll0cks that Jools has chosen to believe. He is a deciple of Guido after all.
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    OT - EU straw poll...

    It's not a trap. Johnson will not be seen as a martyr, he'll be seen as a fool.
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