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BBC interview with Webber

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16 hours ago, wcorkcanary said:

Do you mean  ' in future'. ?

Just mean we shouldn't be gambling with the club's future by spending money in the premier league we can't afford. Firmly believe most the team is good enough for the premier. 

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3 hours ago, Jsim1986 said:

Just mean we shouldn't be gambling with the club's future by spending money in the premier league we can't afford. Firmly believe most the team is good enough for the premier. 

I get that bit...it's our Stated Policy after all.

Its the use of the expression 'going forward' that grinds my gears a little.  'Going forward in time' is just about bearable, but still an unnecessary substitute .

 

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2 hours ago, wcorkcanary said:

I get that bit...it's our Stated Policy after all.

Its the use of the expression 'going forward' that grinds my gears a little.  'Going forward in time' is just about bearable, but still an unnecessary substitute .

 

Perhaps you could tell us what good looks like or the art of the possible? 😡

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20 hours ago, Michael Starr said:

Lazy, they've just rehashed a lot of the local media stuff.

It’s the quotes from the press conference he gave the other day (along with Delia, MWJ and some players). 

Nothing ‘lazy’ about it, just produced for a different audience than Norwich fans. 

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1 hour ago, Nuff Said said:

Perhaps you could tell us what good looks like or the art of the possible? 😡

I could, but then we'd probably end up debating whether or not 'existentialism is the quest for faith?'

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2 hours ago, wcorkcanary said:

I could, but then we'd probably end up debating whether or not 'existentialism is the quest for faith?'

Well, a theist existentialist would say it probably was, and an atheist existentialist would say it definitely wasn't.

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