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Reply #5805
I agree with you in principle. In principle. Can they fine them though? I'm all for fining Spurs for being crap, both at football and building.

They should fine both clubs a year's turnover just for they, and their fans, wasting everyone's time.

I'm absolutely sure they have the powers to do that.

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Reply #5806

It's good that a publicly-funded body spends resources on what is just a bit of petty inter-club rivalry.

I blame the layers. Always.

I guess the ASA can’t just say ‘oh f*ck off’ when a complaint may gain profile. So they handled it as efficiently as they could.
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Re: What's amusing me today

Reply #5807
I blame the layers. Always.

I guess the ASA can’t just say ‘oh f*ck off’ when a complaint may gain profile. So they handled it as efficiently as they could.

No I'm sure you're right. If the complaint fits the criteria, they have to investigate.

I blame all the layers too.

Re: What's amusing me today

Reply #5808
We need a department for "oh f*ck off", and also a department to "punch you in the face", in government. It's these sort of innovations that make me unfit for office.

Fair play to the arsenal fan there, that's actual Dave Gorman levels of belligerent piss taking. Also - technically correct. Benefit advertised, not delivered on. There should be a clamp down on this sort of thing*.

*Statements like this could be referred to the department for oh f*ck off, or the department for punch you in the face. It's just vacuous, pointless, attention seeking, and offers nothing. Like forwarding a picture of a poppy, or pretty much everything Boris Johnson has ever said or done.  A bit more punching them in the face would definitely have raised the standards in public life in the last few years.

Re: What's amusing me today

Reply #5809
Parents at a girls' hockey match. They are ridiculous.

My daughter attends a prestigious, but relatively small, independent school. The type that values individuals' personal development over, say, whether the A team in that year wins every game.

Daughter has only been playing hockey for 2+ years but she's now a regular (defender) in the A team. It's fair to say she is still learning and has a lot to learn. She's pretty handy in defence though, despite that.

The parents are nearly slitting their wrists every time the A team loses. These are 12 yr olds FFS.

The parents  stand on the sideline balling at some girls to no effect every week.  They literally have no idea about coaching or development. "Come on" they shout, and "tackle".

I do a lot of biting my lip, especially when the dad with obvious issues balls out his daughter (a proper athlete and the best all round player in her year) in the middle of the game, causing her to dissolve into tears and sub  herself off.

It's an absolute joke. The girls do pretty well despite it. If the parents were serious they would offer their undoubted coaching expertise and organise extra practice, take the girls to watch the 1st XI etc. But no. They'd rather play out their frustrated ambition on the side of an astro pitch shouting at some pre pubescent kids.

They have no idea how ridiculous the whole thing is. There were even grandparents down there today barking instructions at children they'd never set eyes on before.

Luckily daughter seems mature enough to ignore this bollocks , but less confident kids might not.

Re: What's amusing me today

Reply #5810
  They literally have no idea about coaching or development. "Come on" they shout, and "tackle".



Are they Forest fans? In the Clough stand v Norwich, a bloke nearby repeatedly shouted “Get the football”. That’s the kind of incisive coaching we’ve been lacking in recent years.

Re: What's amusing me today

Reply #5811
Are they Forest fans? In the Clough stand v Norwich, a bloke nearby repeatedly shouted “Get the football”. That’s the kind of incisive coaching we’ve been lacking in recent years.

COME ON!

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Reply #5812
I'm sure I've mentioned before, but one of the things I enjoy, when playing in game, is partridge style coaching tips. Players are implored to be better, run faster, and not be c*nts. The short player who watches the ball soar over his head is encouraged to be taller. If beaten I will often cry out painfully "he moved!".

This incisive understanding of the game confers upon me the status of team leader ("Emperor mong").

It's a funny old game Saint.




Re: What's amusing me today

Reply #5816
I love a good Monday morning cockney train meltdown. Do these people ever think that maintenance is a good thing, is prone to overrunning and is actually a sign of investment? Nope, straight to twitter it is calling for heads to roll. Classic.
The hardest thing of all is to find a black cat in a dark room, especially if there is no cat.

Re: What's amusing me today

Reply #5817
And whilst I'm on my BBC website soapbox this morning this is also amusing me - https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-australia-46256585

Basically you've made your money by bouncing your tits about but now you've got enough cash any reference to this has to stop. Bugger off.
The hardest thing of all is to find a black cat in a dark room, especially if there is no cat.

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Reply #5818
Finnish people posting pictures of themselves hoovering the forest floor.

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Reply #5819
You see some insane stuff on social media but this is absolutely off the scale.

Read the text on both images. This woman should not be allowed to look after herself, let alone several children.

https://twitter.com/stephemcneal/status/1064566495156539400?s=19