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>> No. 9831 Anonymous
20th March 2022
Sunday 2:56 pm
9831 new F1 season
Actually dying to see if these cars produce better racing.
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>> No. 9840 Anonymous
26th March 2022
Saturday 11:56 am
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>>9838
It's not like America waited for the 9/11 fires to stop burning before resuming normal sporting events.
>> No. 9841 Anonymous
26th March 2022
Saturday 12:04 pm
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>>9840

Indeed, they were absolutely busting to go to Afghanistan.
>> No. 9842 Anonymous
26th March 2022
Saturday 6:24 pm
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It's not exactly the festival feeling you want from an Grand Prix weekend, is it? Possibility of a missile strike, murderer for a host, the track tries to kill a young driver and you're not even allowed to neck a member of the same sex to relieve a little tension.
>> No. 9901 Anonymous
5th August 2022
Friday 4:33 am
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Just to clear up any confusion, neither I nor the otherlad will be driving for Alpine next year.
>> No. 9902 Anonymous
5th August 2022
Friday 8:29 am
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It's true. I'm choosing to focus on my endurance career (3+ wanks a day).

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>> No. 4917 Anonymous
30th July 2013
Tuesday 6:01 pm
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Sounds like the knob-jockeys need to man up.

http://www.theguardian.com/football/2013/jul/30/liverpool-unacceptable-words-discrimination
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>> No. 9893 Anonymous
1st July 2022
Friday 12:54 am
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>>9892
What a profoundly embarrassing way to conduct oneself in this, the forum of gentlepersons.
>> No. 9895 Anonymous
1st July 2022
Friday 5:56 am
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>>9892

You do not belong here.
>> No. 9896 Anonymous
1st July 2022
Friday 6:24 am
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>>9886
The Cavani one was bollocks, but this one is definitely questionable.

The closest translation in context would be Piquet calling Hamilton "the little blacky" after referring to every other driver by name. The term in itself isn't necessarily offensive, but the context in which it was used almost certainly was.
>> No. 9897 Anonymous
29th July 2022
Friday 8:35 am
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>A Premier League player arrested on suspicion of rape is no longer being investigated by police over one of the three alleged incidents.

>The 29-year-old, who has not been named, was initially taken into custody earlier this month over an alleged attack in June. He was then questioned over two further rape allegations against a different woman, one in April 2021 and one in June 2021.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/62342653

It has been zero days since there has been a rapey footballer story in the news.
>> No. 9900 Anonymous
3rd August 2022
Wednesday 8:12 pm
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Southend have sold the naming rights to the West stand of their stadium to local firm Gilbert & Rose, the Gilbert & Rose West stand.

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>> No. 8860 Anonymous
6th October 2019
Sunday 8:37 pm
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This man is going to be the next World Cup winning captain and it's going to be fucking awesome.
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>> No. 8864 Anonymous
10th October 2019
Thursday 8:40 pm
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ENG/FRA and NZL/ITA cancelled due to inclement weather. On the one hand, we'll never know which French team would have turned up, but on the plus side this will be the first time Italy haven't lost to New Zealand by double digits.
>> No. 8865 Anonymous
13th October 2019
Sunday 6:48 pm
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Why are the porridgewogs so bad at sports compared with the other home nations? Even Norn Iron and Wales qualified for Euro 2016 in the football.
>> No. 8866 Anonymous
13th October 2019
Sunday 11:56 pm
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I don't really think that's fair to say. They ran up English cricket scores against Russia and Samoa without conceding at all. Their undoing was Japan shocking Ireland, which put them at a four-point disadvantage in the first place.

I think this tournament has so far turned out even better than 2015, which I thought was the best in a long time. The crowds have definitely been getting their money's worth. Pools A and D in particular have been particularly heavy on action.
>> No. 9888 Anonymous
1st July 2022
Friday 12:08 am
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Is this the rugby thread?
https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/rugby-league/61999786

>Culture secretary Nadine Dorries confused the two rugby codes in a speech at a Rugby League World Cup event in St Helens on Thursday.
>Dorries thought Jonny Wilkinson's 2003 winning drop-goal for England against Australia in rugby union's World Cup final took place in rugby league.
>"I've always quite liked the idea of rugby league," Dorries said in her speech.
>"My long-standing memory is that 2003 drop-goal."

>Billy Vaughan, vice-chairman of Portico Vine rugby league club in St Helens where the event took place, said: "I thought it was comical. No detriment to her, somebody writes that speech for her, they just need to do their research. It's a little bit disrespectful to the various codes and there's a big difference in the codes."

I have no idea which rugby's thread I am posting this in.
>> No. 9894 Anonymous
1st July 2022
Friday 2:17 am
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This is a union thread. Though laughing at Mad Nad is fair game in any code.

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>> No. 9845 Anonymous
1st April 2022
Friday 6:39 pm
9845 Qatar 2022
The Septics, Iran and the ultimate winner out of Wales, Scotland and Ukraine.

I don't think we could have asked for a better group, for entertainment value.
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>> No. 9874 Anonymous
6th June 2022
Monday 12:51 pm
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They're at the World Cup because they topped their group. They finished two points ahead of South Korea and in the other group Saudi Arabia finished one point above Japan.

Considering the tournament is in Qatar don't be surprised if one of the Middle Eastern teams end up being dark horses.
>> No. 9875 Anonymous
6th June 2022
Monday 1:06 pm
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>>9873
Yeah, and Wales and Iran too, we go home with three points.

>>9874
I think he's just confused by the name, for whatever reason. They probably just replied "Islamic Republic of Iran" when the FIFA bods asked for an official name.
>> No. 9876 Anonymous
6th June 2022
Monday 1:42 pm
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>>9871
Welsh football fans don't hate England. A lot of us have spent our whole lives supporting England in international tournaments, because what else are we going to do?
>> No. 9877 Anonymous
6th June 2022
Monday 2:21 pm
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>>9876

>what else are we going to do?

Do what the Scottish do and cheer for anyone but England?
>> No. 9878 Anonymous
6th June 2022
Monday 2:30 pm
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A lot of us are fans of premier league clubs, it would be a bit hypocritical to support them and cheer ABE. Don't get me wrong, there are definitely a good number of Welsh people who will do exactly that (and I would bet near 100% of people do that in Rugby terms), but for football its different somehow.

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>> No. 9865 Anonymous
4th June 2022
Saturday 11:13 pm
9865 IRON MIKE
Mike Tyson, pigeon fancier.

I was surprised to find the baddest boxing bastard fancied pigeons.
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>> No. 9866 Anonymous
4th June 2022
Saturday 11:31 pm
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Pigeons are straight gangsta.


>> No. 9867 Anonymous
5th June 2022
Sunday 4:36 pm
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>> No. 9863 Anonymous
4th June 2022
Saturday 12:11 am
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>Champions League Final: Harrowing accounts of post-match violence spark debate

>A week has gone by but the stadium "fiasco" remains a hot issue in France, with new and harrowing accounts about the breakdown in law and order when the match had come to an end.

>Among Liverpool fans whose translated testimony has been circulating widely on social media is UFC fighter Paddy Pimblett, who said he had "never been so scared in my life … as when I came out of that ground on Saturday night. At least when you are in a cage it is one against one," the mixed martial artist said.

>"There were groups of 30 men, running around in big packs. Some of them had weapons: machetes, knives, bars and bats. People were being pinned to the floor and having their watches taken. I saw people having their handbags taken off them, when [the thieves] would pull the bag from them and then slice the [strap] with a knife."
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-61685718


Why is it that whenever absolutely anything goes wrong at a sporting event it's pinned on English fans? It looks like the Olympics in Paris will be a laugh.
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>> No. 9864 Anonymous
4th June 2022
Saturday 1:30 am
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The problems before the match were a fairly straightforward last-minute logistical cockup. A partial strike on the RER meant that most of the Liverpool fans came to the stadium via Ligne D rather than Ligne B. The plan was to redirect most of these fans to the main approach on the Avenue du Stade de France, but this plan wasn't carried out by the municipal police. The overwhelming number of fans at the secondary approach on Avenue du Président Wilson created several severe bottlenecks well before the fans actually reached the stadium gates.

By the time the situation became clear, there was no viable plan to redirect the crowd to alternative gates and it was primarily a case of preventing a dangerous stampede or crush. If we're being charitable, the problems broadly stem from the last-minute change of venue, UEFA's failure to fully appraise the suitability of the Stade de France and the bureaucratic complexities of France's multi-layered policing system.

As regards the trouble after the match, the Stade de France is in Saint-Denis, which is bandit country. There's nowhere in Britain that even begins to compare with the lawlessness and mayhem of the banlieues défavorisées. The police don't enforce the law there, they just try to stop the shit from spilling out. Liverpool Football Club failed to communicate this to their fans, but I'm not sure they would have fully appreciated the gravity of the situation.

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>> No. 4766 Anonymous
29th June 2013
Saturday 8:52 pm
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I hope she reaches the finals. I-I t-think I am in love. She ticks all my boxes;
>Londoner
Check
>Sweaty
Check
>Beefy thighs
Fucking check check check.
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>> No. 8690 Anonymous
13th September 2018
Thursday 1:31 am
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IF CAN'T WE DO BIG BLACK LIPS WE CAN'T DRAW A FAT DICTATOR
>> No. 8794 Anonymous
29th January 2019
Tuesday 5:01 pm
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Andy Murray's found a novel way to broadcast a dick pic to the world.
>> No. 8851 Anonymous
13th July 2019
Saturday 4:25 pm
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Another slam for the former titty monster.
>> No. 9861 Anonymous
21st May 2022
Saturday 1:16 pm
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>Wimbledon: ATP & WTA strip ranking points from Grand Slam over ban for Russians and Belarusians

>Players will not receive ranking points at Wimbledon following the decision to ban Russian and Belarusian competitors from the tournament.
>Players from the countries have been banned by the All England Lawn Tennis Club from all UK grass-court events after the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

>"The stance we are taking is about protecting the equal opportunities that WTA players should have to compete as individuals," added the WTA, the women's governing body.
>"If we do not take this stance, then we abandon our fundamental principle and allow the WTA to become an example to support discrimination based on nationality at other events and in other regions around the world."

And my personal favourite highlight:
>The ATP decision means Serbia's Novak Djokovic - the defending men's champion - will lose his status as the world number one.
>Djokovic, a six-time champion at the All England Club, will be unable to retain the 2,000 ranking points he earned by winning the title last year and is only 680 ahead of nearest rival Daniil Medvedev.
Daniil Medvedev is Russian. Oops!

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>> No. 9862 Anonymous
21st May 2022
Saturday 2:22 pm
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>>9861

Alternative compromise: Russian players can still compete, but every available surface of the players and court is emblazoned with the words "Vladimir Putin is a homosexual" in Russian.

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>> No. 4998 Anonymous
27th August 2013
Tuesday 12:41 am
4998 Wrestling thread
Here's your wrestling thread. I expect lots of YouTube videos of botches and Cena hating... I would also like more stories along the lines of how Orton shat in a handbag.

Pic is Dean Ambrose at czw getting sawed... Just like real wraslin' should.
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>> No. 9856 Anonymous
2nd April 2022
Saturday 8:20 pm
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Wrestlemania tonight and tomorrow. Also the NXT show that airs right now (might have finished by now). That's at least 10 hours of WWE over this weekend, not factoring in Hall Of Fame induction. I haven't been following WWE so much recently, just the stuff they share on Facebook, but I'm liking this Cameron Grimes fella. Gimmick is he got rich from Gamestop stocks and crypto. Fucking stupid premise for a wrestler, but I dig it.
>> No. 9857 Anonymous
3rd April 2022
Sunday 12:00 am
9857 .
>>9856
The funny thing about Grimes' gimmick is, that it's true. He really did make a ton of cash by buying Gamestop stock and Bitcoin
>> No. 9858 Anonymous
3rd April 2022
Sunday 12:01 am
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>>9857
The funny thing is it's true, he really did make a ton of cash by buying Gamestop stock and Bitcoin.
>> No. 9859 Anonymous
3rd April 2022
Sunday 2:31 am
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>>9858
Funny thing, it's true, he made a tonne of cash buying GME and Bitcoin.
>> No. 9860 Anonymous
3rd April 2022
Sunday 6:37 am
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>>9859
It's true, he made a ton of cash buying GME and Bitcoin.

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>> No. 9148 Anonymous
25th May 2021
Tuesday 9:26 am
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I've been thinking about it and I'm fairly certain that football's coming home.

England have such an abundance of riches that Southgate has had to delay naming his provisional squad.
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>> No. 9772 Anonymous
4th November 2021
Thursday 3:11 pm
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>>9769
I had misread it multiple times as him going to prison for ten years rather than ten weeks. Someone mentioned it at work and I was roundly mocked. It's still a bit absurd, but nowhere near as bad as I thought.
>> No. 9773 Anonymous
4th November 2021
Thursday 7:04 pm
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>>9772

It is still absurd, and deeply illiberal.
>> No. 9779 Anonymous
5th November 2021
Friday 10:30 am
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>>9773
You know as well as I do that prison is the best place for him if football makes him that angry.
>> No. 9843 Anonymous
30th March 2022
Wednesday 5:55 pm
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>A teenager has been jailed for six weeks for racially abusing Marcus Rashford on Twitter after the Euro 2020 final, the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) has said. Justin Lee Price, 19, of Worcester, was sentenced on Wednesday at Kidderminster magistrates court, in Worcester.

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2022/mar/30/man-19-jailed-for-racially-abusing-marcus-rashford-on-twitter
>> No. 9844 Anonymous
30th March 2022
Wednesday 8:02 pm
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>COULD OF
Good. Throw away the key.

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>> No. 9830 Anonymous
4th March 2022
Friday 2:42 pm
9830 Shane Warne dead
52 same age as me - much too early. Greatest cricketer ever.

Rest up ladm9.

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>> No. 9801 Anonymous
22nd January 2022
Saturday 2:50 pm
9801 Muay Thai
Any Muay Thai fans or fighters here? Also why isn’t it used more in mma?
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>> No. 9802 Anonymous
22nd January 2022
Saturday 4:30 pm
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I think Muay Thai is used quite a bit in MMA, even though it's not always given as much credit as other disciplines. I think this is partially down to commentator biases in the UFC, i.e. whenever MMA fighters are on the ground, everyone talks about BJJ, and stand-up is referred to as boxing, but whenever a kick is thrown it's just called a "kick".

In reality I see plenty of fighters using the teep to keep distance. Kattar won his last fight with a spectacular elbow that wouldn't be out of place in a Muay Thai fight. I'm pretty sure the whole idea of landing kicks with the shin rather than the foot is also a Muay Thai thing, right?

Anyway, I should really watch more Asian martial arts. Rizin is meant to be pretty good for this, isn't it?
>> No. 9803 Anonymous
22nd January 2022
Saturday 6:04 pm
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The reason it's not used as much in MMA, although it is the base for a lot of high level fighters striking, is because boxing and wrestling/judo/BJJ have been proven over the years to be the best base for the sport so people focus on those disciplines if they want to be an MMA fighter.

Sambo, which is a mix between wrestling and judo, resulted in a 29-0 champion in Khabib Nurmagomedov.

Kickboxing is just as good a base for striking and has better exposure in the West, where most MMA fighters train. It's not that Muay Thai is bad it's just that there are things just as good that are easier to get access to for athletes looking to compete. To learn Muay Thai at a high level, you need to move to Thailand and most are simply unwilling to do that.
>> No. 9804 Anonymous
22nd January 2022
Saturday 8:12 pm
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There are tons of Muay Thai gyms in the UK, but most of them are awful. There were like four or five in Stoke alone, and a bunch in surrounding towns.

So there's two major problems with most UK Muay Thai gyms. One is that most are run by people who have learned and trained kickboxing not actual muay thai. If you watch a proper Thai match you'll see how different it is to what most people here learn and train. The other is that training real muay thai is just insanely horrible. With boxing/kickboxing you can just put on some 16oz gloves and big old padded shin pads and most likely everyone's going home from training with nothing more than a split lip or a bit of a headache. Muay thai, on the other hand, has all kinds of nasty knee and elbow work from the clinch and no one wants to go to work the next day with their nose plastered all over their face from an elbow they never saw coming.

Also muay thai is used a lot in MMA. Kicks below the waist are banned in traditional kickingboxing, and Anderson Silva destroyed Rich Franklin with the thai plum clinch. Twice.
>> No. 9805 Anonymous
23rd January 2022
Sunday 12:01 am
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There's a lot of cracking Muay Thai at One Championship and most of the fights are free on YouTube.

Looking forward to Elias Mahmoudi's next fight.

You can throw knees in sparring if you wear knee pads. I've had my ribs broken during sparring before and it is a bit shit. People shouldn't be walking away from sparring sessions with any injuries other than bumps and scrapes
>> No. 9806 Anonymous
23rd January 2022
Sunday 12:02 am
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FfZt2b8nzCo

There's a lot of cracking Muay Thai at One Championship and most of the fights are free on YouTube.

Looking forward to Elias Mahmoudi's next fight.

You can throw knees in sparring if you wear knee pads. I've had my ribs broken during sparring before and it is a bit shit. People shouldn't be walking away from sparring sessions with any injuries other than bumps and scrapes

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>> No. 3181 Anonymous
25th March 2011
Friday 8:06 am
3181 Vroom
F1 2011.

Red Bull look boss, as usual.

Mclaren looked shite in testing (but as of now as fast in practice at the first gp)

Ferrari look about the same.

Tyres probably key to the whole deal this year.

Anyone else watching?
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>> No. 9797 Anonymous
12th December 2021
Sunday 9:01 pm
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After Whinger Spice got his way with race control, so it seems.

Never mind, new regs next year. Haas might not be shit. Gotta fancy Mazepin for a title shot. Probably courtesy of a sniper bought with Daddy's Cash.
>> No. 9798 Anonymous
12th December 2021
Sunday 10:33 pm
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I adore Lewis and thought he deserved to win today. That bit at the end with lapped people overtaking after a safety car/not was utterly awful rule making.

Very excited for next year, the new cars, and George in a Mercedes.
>> No. 9799 Anonymous
13th December 2021
Monday 12:39 am
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Incompetent or unfair is one thing, but "rigged"? You reckon they forgo the opportunity to penalise Lewis when he overtook off track safe in the knowledge that a Mercedes customer team would later crash?
>> No. 9800 Anonymous
13th December 2021
Monday 1:17 am
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Maybe "rigged" was the wrong word. More "scripted". As if they could see that the race that had been hyped as the most exciting finale in nearly 50 years was going to end with a boring procession behind the safety car, so an executive insisted they remove the safety car and make the race exciting, by hook or by crook, damn the rules.
>> No. 9807 Anonymous
24th January 2022
Monday 10:50 pm
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This looks fun as fuck. And tantalisingly close to (if not quite) affordable as well.

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>> No. 3698 Anonymous
8th February 2012
Wednesday 10:24 pm
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Goodnight, sweet prince.
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>> No. 8299 Anonymous
18th May 2018
Friday 4:18 pm
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>>8298

Apparently that Trent lad can play midfield. Err, as seen in Liverpools away match against Roma...
>> No. 8300 Anonymous
18th May 2018
Friday 5:09 pm
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There's no wingers in the squad. It'll be a 3-5-2 with the wide positions covered by full-backs bombing forward.
>> No. 9097 Anonymous
31st March 2021
Wednesday 10:04 pm
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It's coming home, lads. Euro 2021 won't no wots hit it.
>> No. 9098 Anonymous
1st April 2021
Thursday 12:07 am
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It'll be nice when the tournament starts and I start supporting England again. I've noticed that while I cheer for England in actual World Cups and Euros, I always want them to lose during the qualifying stages, just for banter and because I want San Marino and Albania to shit all over ITV's Union Jack bunting and general delusional arrogance.
>> No. 9792 Anonymous
22nd November 2021
Monday 1:46 pm
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>England manager Gareth Southgate has signed a new contract to keep him in the role until December 2024.

>Southgate, whose previous contract was set to run out after the 2022 winter World Cup in Qatar, has been manager of the national side since November 2016. It has been widely reported that this new contract will increase Southgate's salary to between £5-6m a year.

https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/59371397

I'm not sure why they've done this now instead of waiting until after the World Cup next year and I don't know why they've increased his salary by c. £3million. It's not like he's in demand from other sides, then again Man Utd paid Ole £7.5million a year when he'd otherwise have been on a fraction of that at Molde.

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>> No. 4724 Anonymous
4th May 2013
Saturday 3:29 pm
4724 Hullfa.gs
What a tense 24 hours this has been for us Tigers! Prospects for next seasons, any pointers from fellow Hullfa.gs on who to sign?
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24th July 2020
Friday 10:56 pm
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Formed in 1904. It's used as a protest song against the proposed change from Hull City to Hull Tigers.
>> No. 9102 Anonymous
10th April 2021
Saturday 5:43 pm
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Do you reckon we'll win League One? It would be the first actual league title since 1966.
>> No. 9129 Anonymous
27th April 2021
Tuesday 8:53 pm
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In the bag, hullfa.g. We should be beating Wigan, and probably Charlton as well with current form. Peterborough have to play Lincoln and Donny, so our nearest neighbours in the league could give us a hand.
>> No. 9765 Anonymous
28th October 2021
Thursday 8:44 pm
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Turkish TV tycoon agrees to buy Hull City for £30m - and vows to employ a Turkish coaching staff AND players 'to fly our country's flag in England'

https://www.Please don't ban me.co.uk/sport/football/article-10140261/Turkish-TV-tycoon-agrees-buy-Hull-City-30m.html
>> No. 9766 Anonymous
28th October 2021
Thursday 9:03 pm
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Just glad to see the back of the Allams, so I can finally end my boycott of home games. As much as the Allam family has done - and continues to do - for the city, their name change proposal and how they handled the feedback is a massive stain on their reputation that I don't think a lot of people will allow them to recover from.

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