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Q: 2023/24 Hopes & aspirations for this season
a. As Champions of Europe there's no reason we shouldn't be pushing for a top 7 spot & a run in the Cups
24%
  
b. Last season was a trophy winning one and there's only one way to go after that, I expect a dull mid table bore fest of a season
18%
  
c. Buy some f***ing players or we're in a battle to stay up & that's as good as it gets
18%
  
d. Moyes out
38%
  
e. New season you say, woohoo time to get the new kit and wear it it to the pub for all the big games, the wags down there call me Mr West Ham
3%
  



lab 9:11 Mon Feb 5
The king has the big C 😕
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Mike Oxsaw 4:50 Wed Feb 7
Re: The king has the big C 😕
You mean, like, Camilla, the Old King's Comfort Queen?

Mr Kenzo 4:09 Wed Feb 7
Re: The king has the big C 😕
*where does that leave Camilla? *

Artexing the walls of a French Tunnel

Fauxstralian 3:29 Wed Feb 7
Re: The king has the big C 😕
Presumably she becomes like the old Queen Mother when William becomes King.
Plenty of royal residences for her to live in and avoid William calling her the Queen NOT MY Mother

Mike Oxsaw 3:14 Wed Feb 7
Re: The king has the big C 😕
If he joins the Clogpoppers, where does that leave Camilla? OK, she was his first (and probably only) true love, but I get the distinct impression that she is/was not the flavour of the month - any month - amongst the king-makers who shape the upper echelons of UK society.

Fauxstralian 2:45 Wed Feb 7
Re: The king has the big C 😕
Was watching the news and saw the ENVIRONMENT LOVING King disappearing from Buckingham Palace in a helicopter for Sandringham.
After he had hung around to see ex Prince Harry who had flown 11 hours for a 45 min meeting before flying 11 hours back ... arriving at Clarence House in a convoy of cars.

Should take the example of chilled out next King William who has taken a month off because his wife had an operation.

Mike Oxsaw 10:03 Wed Feb 7
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Bungo 1:46 Tue Feb 6

I agree. It's all "We expect this...", "It is anticipated that..." bollocks, none of which is actual news (until it happens).

Perhaps there's some sort of undocumented competition within the media to prove (PROVE) how itk you are by calling something right.

What, I wonder, do they expect the winning numbers to be on this weekend's lottery?

Now, calling that right a few times in a row would be newsworthy in itself, but stating what is (almost guaranteed) going to happen on a news channel is the media equivalent of kiddie fiddling; only benefits the messenger.

MaryMillingtonsGhost 12:52 Wed Feb 7
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rumford 6:24

Darlo Debs 6:20
👍

Am in no way a royalist, but having lost several family members/friends from this vile disease and witnessing the consequences , I wish him a speedy recovery.
Anyone on here thinks it a laughing matter is, in my opinion, a Grade A CUNT.

Mr Kenzo 11:48 Tue Feb 6
Re: The king has the big C 😕
I'm sure William is more than capable of carrying out his dads Royal duties in his absence. It's not a big ask to cut tape and wave at crowds

riosleftsock 9:15 Tue Feb 6
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terry-h 6:51 Tue Feb 6

What? Hewitt has cancer as well?

oioi 8:28 Tue Feb 6
Re: The king has the big C 😕
Sounds like I'm in the clear then

terry-h 6:51 Tue Feb 6
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Harry got here quickly!
Markle must be worried his father has altered his will.

Darlo Debs 6:38 Tue Feb 6
Re: The king has the big C 😕
Trouble with his plumbing oioi also.i think.it causes problems I the erection section ...though looking at Camilla might have caused that too.

oioi 6:26 Tue Feb 6
Re: The king has the big C 😕
What were the symptoms?

rumford 6:24 Tue Feb 6
Re: The king has the big C 😕
*remember

rumford 6:24 Tue Feb 6
Re: The king has the big C 😕
Not good but I wish him well. We need to remeber that around the country this type news is given to many families every day of the Week. I

Darlo Debs 6:20 Tue Feb 6
Re: The king has the big C 😕
NS I am.a Republican but don't wish cancer on the bloke. Hopefully his condition will.encourage other blokes to get themselves checked out if they have similar symptoms . That would be a positive.

Bungo 1:46 Tue Feb 6
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1964 1:25 Tue Feb 6

The thing I find the most irritating about modern news coverage, is that there seems to be a general rule that the size and duration of the coverage of any story HAS to be directly proportional to the perceived importance of that story.

Rather than going back to some other story that much more is actually known about, they waffle on and on saying nothing with any actual content.

It seems to be a general issue now there are so many 24 hour news outlets. News rooms were forced to be far more succinct when the news was reported in two or three half hour programmes a day.

Northern Sold 1:38 Tue Feb 6
Re: The king has the big C 😕
Sounds like they have caught it early... which hopefully will have all the Republicans and Commies (Sockski etc) crying into their little red books...

GSTK

1964 1:25 Tue Feb 6
Re: The king has the big C 😕
Bungo 12:41 Tue Feb 6

Yes galling isn't it. Experts everywhere all earning a buck out of it.

Manuel 12:57 Tue Feb 6
Re: The king has the big C 😕
Well at least it's taken all the 'war' news of the front pages for a bit. Always quiet like Charlie boy, so wish him well, not that he'll be reading. A Burnley fan by all accounts.

Bungo 12:41 Tue Feb 6
Re: The king has the big C 😕
I see that the 'coverage' has started with a vengeance.

Desperately filling all the broadcast hours with pointless speculation and talking to cancer experts about the subject area in general.🤦‍♂️

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