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Q: 2020/2021 Where will we finish up this season?
a. Top Four, Champions League here we come
8%
  
b. 5th-7th Europa League is well within our grasp
8%
  
c. 8th to 14th anywhere in mid table is about right
32%
  
d. We're in a dog fight before a ball has been kicked and we'll do well to finish 17th or just above
25%
  
e. GSB have derailed our season before a ball has been kicked, the Championship beckons
26%
  



Come On You Irons 4:22 Sun Jun 21
Recession
Redundancies started last week at the company I work for. By all accounts we are heading for the worst recession on record and a horrendous job market.

Anyone else feeling anxious? I'm dreading the next six months if I'm honest.

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Alfs 7:49 Tue Jun 23
Re: Recession
We've been really lucky and have been largely unaffected. We had a dip in sales during March and April but are now back to pre covid figures and June, when finished, will be our best month ever.

cup of tea 11:12 Sun Jun 21
Re: Recession
It'll be a DEPRESSION not a RECESSION

joyo 5:32 Sun Jun 21
Re: Recession
All the doom and gloom remoaners still can't get over and accept the vote in June 2016, was told straight after it 800k jobs to go and massive recession
Yes there will be short recession due to pandemic, here and rest of planet

RBshorty 5:19 Sun Jun 21
Re: Recession
Why. O why. Didn’t we all stick together. Because the EU is immune to any recession or global shit storm heading our way.!

Capitol Man 5:12 Sun Jun 21
Re: Recession
Surely we can expect Boris’ handling of Brexit to be as successful as He was in facing up to the pandemic?

Vexed 5:11 Sun Jun 21
Re: Recession
BRANDED 5:06 Sun Jun 21

CRINGE

Vexed 5:10 Sun Jun 21
Re: Recession
Surely everyone would be prepared for the inevitable recession when the peasants of Britain voted us out of the EU? The pandemic has just brought this forward a few months. The only saving grace is that a lot of other countries are also going to be fucked ( albeit nowhere near as fucked as us, cheers Boris!) so we may mot be at as much of a disadvantage as we would have with just the inevitable no deal brexit that the abject fools seem so keen on. It's still bad news whatever way you look at it though. I'd have been fluffing up my CV two years ago if I worked for a shaky firm.

BRANDED 5:06 Sun Jun 21
Re: Recession
Never ever expect anyone to owe you a living. Go and take it.

gank 5:02 Sun Jun 21
Re: Recession
I'll be flat out and as long as get Brexit gets done we will only get busier.

Tomshardware 5:00 Sun Jun 21
Re: Recession
I'm as busy as ever, self employed landscape gardening. My customers are mostly retiree's who are financially very stable.

Hammer and Pickle 4:57 Sun Jun 21
Re: Recession
This will be a relatively short term adjustment as long as demand is allowed to return to pre-corona levels.

However, if there is capital flight triggered by non-deal Brexit and messy WTO status, the picture for the UK looks very grim indeed.

AKA ERNIE 4:40 Sun Jun 21
Re: Recession
Last recession actually got busier

Golden Oldie 4:35 Sun Jun 21
Re: Recession
Wait till you hear about how we can all catch colds now

AKA ERNIE 4:34 Sun Jun 21
Re: Recession
Nope not worried at all.





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