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  1. Majority massively reduced.
  2. That would help, no doubt about it. I wonder if the SNP will ever get round to doing it.
  3. As a callow youth I was influenced by a cup final victory and a centre forward called Ronnie Allen a Jeff Astle of his time. As for the Hammers, Ray Stewart was a cracking good player.
  4. Leicester 3-1 Magpies Leeds 2-2 ‘Spurs Blades 2-1 Palace City 2-2 Chelsea Scousers 3-0 So’ton Wolves 1-1 BHA Villa 1-2 United Hammers 2-1 Everton Gunners 1-0West Brom Fulham 0-1 Burnley Goodbye to the Albion, a club I favour. Will they be back or will they go the way of Sunderland and Wednnesday?
  5. Leicester 3-1 Magpies Leeds 2-2 ‘Spurs Blades 2-1 Palace City 2-2 Chelsea Scousers 3-0 So’ton Wolves 1-1 BHA Villa 1-2 United Hammers 2-1 Everton Gunners 1-0West Brom Fulham 0-1 Burnley Goodbye to the Albion, a club I favour. Will they be back or will they go the way of Sunderland and Wednnesday?
  6. This has been an enjoyable election. No flags, no processions, no motorcades and no balloons apart from some of the candidates. I thought this would be detrimental to the Nationalist vote but a high turnout says otherwise. Conservatives can generally be relied on to vote even if sometimes it’s not for the Conservative Party. The result may be less enjoyable than the process.
  7. I was never that fit to start with, didn’t set foot in a gym or do sport since I left school. I had dogs for forty years and I was careering about on a bike before they became fashionable. I was rarely off work. Couldn’t afford to be. Someone had to cover for the fitness folk always had something wrong with them. For a good few years after retiring I was stable hand for Mrs 7’s horses and that kept me able without spending a fortune on personal trainers. When a dog died three years ago he wasn’t replaced for a year and that’s when I started gradually to lose strength an
  8. Four of these clubs have been league champions and five have been cup winners. Sunderland and Wednesday have the biggest potential. I don’t see Ipswich reaching the heights again.
  9. Im hoping for the Owls as well. Nothing much against Derby except Rooney so goodbye Rotherham.
  10. I believe the trophy is bound for the Bridge but if the definition of plasticity is massive injection of spurious foreign money, Chelsea is the founding member of that society. I’ve never been keen on Chelsea since the Kings Road/Celebrity culture that surrounded the club in the sixties so I prefer Plastic City to Plastic Chelsea despite Mourhino 1 having produced one of the best sides I’ve ever seen.
  11. A childish, petulant reaction by Thistle which will no doubt have repercussions. I would have done the same.
  12. Here it is, from The Spectator. In the great debate around Scottish independence, one word is never far away: identity. ‘Who am I?’ is elevated from mere navel-gazing to expressive political allegiance. On one side are those who feel that one can be both Scottish and British without fear of contradiction, while on the other are those who feel that one crushes the other. By casting off Britishness, one’s Scottishness could flower more fully, or so it is supposed. Even so, it is something that, even in these times of performative politics, could remain between you, your God and
  13. More likely one of their bleating sheep. What unnerves me is the substantial number of over 70s, who should know better, saying that Nicola’s been looking after them in the covid crisis. Dear God. They’re lucky they weren’t in care homes.
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