The white haired goalkeeping coach at twelve seconds in is Seamus. He taught me how he does scouting reports (or did), and I did some computing stuff for him. Used to be friends with him when he was a publican in Wollaton/Bramcote (and for a while when he moved to the festival..but lost touch when he ended up at the pub now called "the nuthall" although I don't think it used to be called that), the likes of Allardyce and Robbo often popped in for drinks.
It does look like a pretty fully constituted team O'Neil. Plus side, that's the first team staff sorted. Minus, it's clearly not what I would consider a club structure.
Constantly describing it as "brexit" is intentional ambiguity. Having a Norway style deal, or a cake and eat it type deal, have all been decided as brexit. So as long as brexit is not actually written down and defined it can retain a majority of people 'who just want to get out'.
Of course once it is defined, and the consequences of that become clear, it will lose the support of a substantial number of that constituency (c.f. "May's deal", where almost nobody even agrees that the terms under which we are agreeing settlement, never mind negotiating a relationship, whatever that might be). There is no majority for a specific form of brexit. Never was. That's exactly why those wanting to brexsh!t are absolutely prepared to do anything to avoid proper scrutiny and a genuine vehicle to reflect the wishes of 'the people' as a whole.
It's a hijack of democracy, to deregulate and avoid scrutiny, to be a haven for asset stripping and off-the-grid wealth. Anyone who really was proud of their country would be genuinely appalled at the implications of that.