How do these morons in charge get away with lie after lie after lie... lies that potentially affect hundreds of thousands of lives...
VERY interesting study from the BBC (www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/31470797) has shown that playing in the Europa League leads correlates with a lower position in the league. It seems the study focused on those teams going straight into the competition rather than through the Champions League.
- Sunday fixtures in the aftermath of Thursday commitments are not the root cause of a troubled season.
- Sides average 1.41 points in matches immediately following a European game, compared to 1.43 in their other league games in the same season - a miniscule difference.
- Such findings suggest a decline in league fortunes is not down to games which follow a European fixture, but fatigue amassed over an entire season could be the cause.
Your thoughts? Should we just not bother? What about the potential to win a European trophy?
EDIT: On another note; why not just do the same but target the moon? It would still capture the imagination but cost far less, and there would be a chance of a return trip if they proved to be successful.
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The controls are surprisingly simple and straightforward; despite its tremendous power, the dashboard is closer to a Cessna's than a 747's. The hard part is between the yoke and the seat. But my favorite random thing: the maps are shown to pilot and RSO via a slide projector, each of them having a little screen of their own. Remarkable technology combined with remarkable simplicity: it's a good reminder for designing systems.
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What... the... hell...
Seriously; there is literally nothing the US won't do to spy on you. Now we're talking about viruses in your computer's hard drive that are nearly impossible to get rid of.
Freedom in this so-called democratic world has been nothing but an illusion. Freedom confining you to what you are permitted to do by a controlling regime isn't really freedom at all
Here are the fifth round fixtures:
West Brom v West Ham
Blackburn v Stoke
Derby v Reading
Crystal Palace v Liverpool
Aston Villa v Leicester
Bradford v Sunderland
Arsenal v Middlesbrough
Preston v Man Utd (RIGGED!)
Lots of squeaky in my bum, but made it in the end thanks to some superb finishes from Sterling and Coutinho. Still worries me that our finishing is lacking but performances from the players otherwise is superb.
Coutinho is a DON.
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