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  2. I don't care who you are, this whole unknowing shtick has been done before and it wasn't entertaining then. Why don't you pop off and compose a hilarious conversation to have with your other log in.
  3. Suspect he's probably better off out of there these days. Local papers aren't really that local anymore, they're generally all owned by big companies (Newsquest, in the Echo's case) who don't seem to be particularly invested in producing actual quality local news for people. All they want is advertising views and clicks, hence why most of their websites are completely unusable, and they've been shedding staff for years - some of that is natural churn, but a lot of the Echo's operations are now run from the offices of their sister paper in Bournemouth. I've heard they may even have put the Test Lane site up for sale, which is slightly more understandable since the pandemic has shown that most people are perfectly capable of working efficiently and productively enough from home.
  4. Daily Echo is owned by Newsquest. Most of their local papers are written by low paid, new journalists who rarely visit the area they are published in.
  5. The problem with MLT is that he's gone from being predominantly an ex-footballer who expresses some political views a la Peter Reid or Gary Neville to becoming a twitter figure in his own right who happened to play football, especially as most of the world doesn't follow southampton. Once that line is crossed on social media, you're a sitting duck and rightly or wrongly can kiss any kind of goodwill and forbearance goodbye.
  6. I know that the opportunity is there, its just that most studies I have seen prove that the majority keep to their own bubbles and their own safe space of opinions.
  7. Its not. It finished in December 2017.
  8. It would be crazy for him to get sacked as a football pundit for having some slightly silly views on medical issues, I can't see it.
  9. Backrow91

    Hojbjerg

    Agree with you Badger..... I would imagine he will release a very pc media statement. He certainly does not fit into the Lovren / VVD category for me. Never a player that has “ got me off of my seat” but more a steady Eddy. Having popped onto a few Spurs forums I do wonder what they think they are getting. Let’s hope we get the better end of the deal.
  10. Badger

    Hojbjerg

    Might also depend on how he conducts himself in the media on leaving. Apart from that I'm indifferent, always seemed a decent bloke during his time with us though not as good as he thinks he is. Just a shame about the club he's joining.
  11. Only if we assume that the players they still have under contract on good money are any good...
  12. Today
  13. trousers

    Hojbjerg

    Would be fairly muted I'd imagine.... neither raptuous or hostile, hero nor villain.... very decent player for us and is leaving under relatively amicable circumstances but nowhere near club legend status.
  14. stevy777_x

    Hojbjerg

    Salisu can also operate as a CDM
  15. Ah I see. In that case they'll have a slight advantage if anything.
  16. Backrow91

    Hojbjerg

    I’ve often wondered if Ralph has seen the potential to switch position for any of our players. Stephens being one those. I think he has the attributes to be a CDM. On a separate note, as and when PEH gets his move does anybody think he’d receive a warm welcome Back (assuming crowds in) or otherwise?
  17. Quarantine wouldn't prevent him holding up a shirt for a photo.
  18. I'll be stakeholder if you like!
  19. No, it doesn't quite work that way. Any contracts that are above the division-mandated average that were already in place before today will be counted as that average amount either for the duration of that contract or until a new contract is signed.
  20. How do we know they weren't "asian/middle eastern looking" people from the EU....?
  21. Ask Farage - his poster had the big queue of asian/middle eastern looking asylum seekers on it.
  22. angelman

    Hojbjerg

    I'm wondering if we do sign Salisu, whether he can partner Bednarek, and push Stephens up to DM. To me he has shown that he can carry the ball forward quite well.
  23. Charity? How about Pompey in the Community....? https://pompeyitc.co.uk/
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