I've always liked how we've done the red and white stripes properly, with the exception of that disgusting 02/03 effort. Other clubs have messed about and come up with some really terrible interpretations.
Do I like this design? No. It belongs in Stevenage.
It should have been offered to Jay Stanfield 12 months ago. I know it wouldn't have made a difference to him leaving, but it would have been a very nice gesture.
Because of what that shirt now means, it should on the back of one of our own. It doesn't belong anywhere else.
Several people have been calling you that, please correct them.
I also recall that only you used the name that you called me, and it had negative, sexual connotation. Small difference, but I'm not surprised you're being childish.
Doctors and Nurses, at the height of the pandemic, fully covered in PPE, head to toe. Covid positive patients without masks, windows open, doors open, fans switched on in their rooms... to make them more comfortable.
You really couldn't make it up.
No-one introduced the guilt Tavyred, but those holed up in your bunker, under constant attack from those of different persuasion, have probably become so battle hardened that they can't see anything but a slight, or a fight, anymore.
It also doesn't surprise me that you're solely focussed on...
Can't imagine many Afghan or Syrian refugees speaking too much German, Italian or Czech. Now, which country has history with these areas over the last 300 years, right up to the present day, had an empire covering 24% of the globe, 23% of the world's population?
Try looking past...
Mike, that's just plain silly.
You complain they didn't shut down quick enough or hard enough, and then blame them for not getting passports out on time.
This has nothing to do with anything other than the pandemic, as the issues with work would still exist, red or blue passport.
The problem with all this is that it is idealistic, not slightly realistic.
If you take away the money man you will have the wealthy at the top, and the poor at the bottom. Same clubs winning year after year, and the same clubs being promoted/relegated year after year, with the occasional...
DB, you've made some brilliant posts on this thread, and the other one, lately.
The problem, today, is that everyone is too busy looking for (and seeing) enemies everywhere, whether they exist or not. The reality is that their real enemies are much closer to home than they would care to realise.