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  1. I gave that rare kit to a random Thai bloke in Koh Phangang whilst i was travelling, I've always simultaneously loved the idea of a random Thai bloke falling in love with us whilst regretting giving such a special shirt away.
  2. We owe West Ham one today. It's arguable that the game at their place and the ”tackle” on Zimmerman was the turning point in our season.
  3. Fascinating....As you surmised a return to the 6/10 paradigm. Has the dice now been rolled in terms of personnel rather than shape?
  4. Thanks for the response, Parma. I wonder how significant the ”bullet in the shoulder” is; has he taken one before as Norwich boss?
  5. Thanks for the insight, Parma. I always appreciate it when you take the time to post. Pure speculation, of course, but could the original planned system have been 5-3-2 and due to the defensive injuries Farke's hand was forced? It will certainly be interesting to see if we persist with the new system against Everton.
  6. Just one tactics masterclass about the restart would counterbalance all this vitriol...Parma, please I'm begging you.
  7. Oh that all questions were as easy to answer! Especially rhetorical ones!
  8. noun: virtue signaling the action or practice of publicly expressing opinions or sentiments intended to demonstrate one's good character or the moral correctness of one's position on a particular issue. So is it possible to have morally correct opinions on an issue, and express them, without virtue signalling? Surely as virtue signalling is about intention, only the person expressing opinions knows whether or not they are virtue signalling?
  9. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-52945210 numpties.....
  10. If you're such a big club, why do you come on here to try to wind us up? The very definition of tin pot.....
  11. https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2020/apr/04/why-wear-a-mask-may-be-our-best-weapon-to-stop-coronavirus?CMP=fb_gu&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Facebook&fbclid=IwAR2KOMK9B4HHkXzME-CfRilwllyrTE1JA-rGT7kBcuatR2VTk4YjZjDoXi4#Echobox=1585992709
  12. I never said it wasn't down to early intervention. Are you making up something I said and refuting it? (although the rationing and prescribed use of masks was one of the interventions) "for the rest of us, there's no need" "wearing a mask is no more than a 'fashion statement' as explaned elsewhere" I post out of genuine concern for friends and family back in the UK. I hope people are able to purchase and use masks responsibly and do whatever they can to stay safe. The Guardian article you quoted earlier was busting the myth that masks don't work so someone seems to agree that they might be helpful. No issues with cause and effect here, if people are asymptomatic but spreading the disease and masks can reduce this spread, then wearing them in crowded public spaces (even if you are not 'sick') may be helpful. I'm now done with this thread. OTBC and I hope all of you PUPs stay safe!
  13. It's really not. What is dangerous is telling people that wearing them is useless. You numpty.
  14. From the same article: If you are likely to be in close contact with someone infected, a mask cuts the chance of the disease being passed on. If you’re showing symptoms of coronavirus, or have been diagnosed, wearing a mask can also protect others. I agree that medical staff should be given priority. However, it can't be denied that masks can help (especially as part of a coordinated response). I accept there is a good reason for certain suffolk people to wear masks........................ they are ugly for the rest of us, there's no need I agree with the first half of this statement but the second half is wrong Care to retract the statement calling me a numpty?
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