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  1. Soylent Brown

    UK Politics: Awaiting MV3

    The Brexit Party is to UKIP what UKIP was to the BNP - it seems almost inevitable that The Brexit Party will end the same way too.
  2. Soylent Brown

    UK Politics: Awaiting MV3

    They stand for the same thing the Brexit Party does, the only difference is UKIP have stopped bothering to hide their racism and general unpleasantness. I've no doubt the Brexit Party will get to that stage too, eventually.
  3. Soylent Brown

    Football: pool in to the Final Spur of the season

    I'm fine with Henderson being a starter, but, yeah, Wijnaldum should be depth. We'll have Ox back properly next season too, so that's almost like a whole new player!
  4. Soylent Brown

    Football: pool in to the Final Spur of the season

    Yeah, I've seen the Joyce article. Whilst it may be true that we're not looking beyond a left back, I don't think we'd shout too loudly about it if we were either, so really all we can do is wait and see. I'd be kind of okay with Origi as our third choice, but I'm not sure he would be, and while I've high hopes for Brewster, I do find it a bit of a concern that Klopp didn't use him at all at the back end of the season - he's going to go from never having played a senior game to being second choice? He may need a season to settle in properly.
  5. Soylent Brown

    Football: pool in to the Final Spur of the season

    I really hope we don't offer Origi a new contract though. His all-round play is so far below every one in the squad. He does find himself in the right place at the right time to put away a few goals now and again, but the reality is he's a 1-goal-in-4-games striker with little going for him other than his pace. I honestly don't think he'd consistently get games at any team in the top half of the table.
  6. Soylent Brown

    Football: pool in to the Final Spur of the season

    I don't think Wilson's good enough for us. He's done well in the Championship this year, but that's closer to his level than the top end of the Premiership.
  7. Soylent Brown

    Football: pool in to the Final Spur of the season

    Origi isn't anywhere near good enough and Brewster's yet to really play for us. I keep hearing good things about him but I'll try not to get my hopes up until he's played against top level opposition a few times. We really do need a quality forward to compete/rotate with the current main three. We've been pretty lucky with injuries this year, but a couple of spots of bad luck could derail our season if we don't address the gulf in quality. Agreed on left back, though Milner still has one year left as far as I'm aware. Massively disagree about the idea of playing with defensive full backs, given how reliant we are on them to create chances for us. Gomez would be okay in games against lesser opposition, but TAA's creativity is just too important to us in tough games.
  8. Soylent Brown

    Football: pool in to the Final Spur of the season

    Very much speculation. If last year was anything to go by, we won't here much until things are ready to announce.
  9. Soylent Brown

    UK Politics: Awaiting MV3

    Right, it's popular within this limited context because, as I say, people are idiots and are apparently confused as to what European elections actually are. So confused that they make a beeline toward the word Brexit in the party's name without any concern that the party has no policies and can do nothing but lie and stutter when asked about how their goal will affect people. And they're apparently unconcerned with the potential money laundering and illegal funding too. I'll never not find it funny how the people who want to 'take control of the country back' again are so keen to place their faith in the Russian lapdog party.
  10. Soylent Brown

    UK Politics: Awaiting MV3

    Which doesn't really mean a great deal, as it's already been established that turn outs will be low, and many many idiots have mistaken this as some sort of referendum indicator.
  11. Soylent Brown

    UK Politics: Awaiting MV3

    Oh, and here's the party flexing its immense popularity- (And in case you were wondering, 99% of the crowd are middle-aged white men.)
  12. Soylent Brown

    UK Politics: Awaiting MV3

    Nothing dodgy to see here, I'm sure-
  13. Soylent Brown

    UK Politics: Awaiting MV3

    Your hero-worship a man who describes immigrants as animals - am I really inaccurate in my characterisation of you?
  14. Soylent Brown

    UK Politics: Awaiting MV3

    Yes, people become bigots because someone called them a bigot. That's how you catch it.
  15. Soylent Brown

    UK Politics: Awaiting MV3

    What more encouragement is there to be had, apart from shorter waiting times and fancier accommodation, which already exists for those wishing to go the private route? Given that the Brexit party is blatantly a vehicle for harvesting donations from gullible idiots and getting him his £80k/pa doss job back, it's utterly demented how wilfully blind you are toward Farage's motivations (i.e. money and bigotry).
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