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Q: 2022 Summer Transfer Window - How many 1st team players will we sign before August 6th
a. None as Sullivan will wait until the last week before he gets his scattergun out the cupboard
b. A couple of freebies paraded as superstars, usual hype to follow
c. I'm more optimistic as surely they know we need to strengthen, 3-4 with decent money spent.
d. Who gives a toss as we have a great squad already, I've already ordered the new replica kit, socks and all and can't wait to wear it at our first game, down the pub of course, I bleed claret & blue

Sven Roeder 12:40 Thu Dec 31
New Years Honours
Sir Lewis HAMILTON .... but still plain old David BECKHAM

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Sir Alf 1:14 Thu Dec 31
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Darby_ 10:51 Thu Dec 31

Agree very upsetting. He would have been "overchuffed" to have got one.

Eerie Descent 12:58 Thu Dec 31
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Not being an F1 fan, I didn't know that, harold.

Very interesting, that.

harold 12:42 Thu Dec 31
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Button won more points than Hamilton when they were together at Mclaren.

master 12:24 Thu Dec 31
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Hamilton, excellent driver in exceptional machinery. Total wanker of a person.
As Ronnie O'Sullivan said, at least snooker players all have the same equipment to show who's best.
Given the same car as Hamilton, at least 5 other drivers on that grid would win races that thy currently can't.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 12:19 Thu Dec 31
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Ah right. I checked.

He was winning (1st) by a mile with a couple of laps left and totalling embarrassing Hamilton. So the pit crew fucked up the tyre change and gave hive a dodgy tyre that immediately went flat.

Hamilton then jumped off his death-bed and unexpectedly took the seat for the next race.


Sven Roeder 11:09 Thu Dec 31
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A one off performance (9th!) versus years and years of top class results
A very APT comparison

Eerie Descent 11:04 Thu Dec 31
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I'm not doubting his achievements, or that he's one of the best ever, or that he deserves a knighthood. If you weren't a thick Aussie camp cunt, you'd have recognised that.

However, your comparison was shit, so I got you told.

Sven Roeder 11:01 Thu Dec 31
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Hamilton wins in 7 separate seasons
And no better than someone who couldn’t make the podium in one race.

Eerie Descent 11:00 Thu Dec 31
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Something like that, mate.

Anyway, as I say I think it's all a load of bollocks, Jimmy Saville died a Sir, and he was very, very closely linked to the royal family and especially a certain member who apparently doesn't sweat. I'm more disgusted by that than who they give some poxy fucking meaningless title to.

Manuel 10:55 Thu Dec 31
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Eerie - Don't know if it's just gossip but didn't that email he sent that got exposed slagging off others and the decision makers for not awarding him a knighthood curtail his chances?

Darby_ 10:51 Thu Dec 31
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No gong for Carlton I see.

Eerie Descent 10:47 Thu Dec 31
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Sven Roeder 10:33 Thu Dec 31

Terrible comparison.

I'm no expert, but you've only got to look at when Jenson Button absolutely pissed becoming world champ when he had the best car. He was just an run of the mill F1 driver apart from that season.

Willtell 10:46 Thu Dec 31
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No. I reckon most would say - "What?"

Eerie Descent 10:44 Thu Dec 31
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I honestly couldn't give a flying fuck about these 'honours', the old girl should be more worried about her creepy nonce son.

However, if we're handing them out to sportsmen, footballers should not be judged on if England won anything, as it's a team sport. But it is the most popular sport in the world, it is our national sport, and the fact is Beckham was immense when he was England captain for numerous games, and he won 115 caps overall.

Ask a million Englishmen whether they'd rather be F1 champ, a long distance running gold medalist (lets ignore the drug cheat coach) or be England captain in football and win over 100 caps, and you know what 99% would say.

Sven Roeder 10:33 Thu Dec 31
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Don’t follow F1 either ... to me it’s traffic not sport
But some of the comments about the stand in driver are like saying that Jeremy Ngakia after a decent game against Liverpool is now on the same level as Ray Stewart.

goose 10:32 Thu Dec 31
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Willtell 10:25 Thu Dec 31
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Honours! About time this historic abortion of knighthoods was abolished. Along with all monarchy.

Modern democracies have no need to give anyone the right to be called Sir, Lord or anything that sets them apart from everyone else.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 10:12 Thu Dec 31
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The bloke was leading/second with about one lap to go and something happened beyond his control? I dunno, I fucking hate F!.

Sven Roeder 9:33 Thu Dec 31
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Yes, 9th. With BOTTAS 8th
No wonder Hamilton needed to get back to deal with that threat & wrap up his 7th World title.

Must be England’s greatest ever sportsman now. And only second behind Sir Andy Murray as Great Britain’s greatest ever.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 9:14 Thu Dec 31
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Sven Roeder 8:53 Thu Dec 31

'How did Valteri BOTTAS get on in the same car?
Or the bloke who was handed the keys when Hamilton missed a race due to Covid?'

Bottas is clearly shit, but the other bloke did so well that Hamilton dived back into the cockpit quicker than he needed to, just to make sure he didn't get another go.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 9:10 Thu Dec 31
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Bobby, Jimmy Greaves, Bernard Cribbins.

When the only measure of an awards system is who unfairly didn't get one, it's time to chuck it in the Thames.

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