or to join or start a new Discussion

Articles/all comments
These 17579 comments are related to an article called:

La Liga/Serie A season 2020-21

Page 507 of 704

posted on 16/1/20

Comment deleted by Site Moderator

posted on 16/1/20

‘This country’s gone to the dogs.’

posted on 16/1/20

Comment deleted by Site Moderator

posted on 16/1/20

Fack knows what’s going to happen. Our government is an absolute mess. But I do expect that whatever happens it will only benefit the super rich.

posted on 16/1/20

moral of the tale.
dont fack around with honey badgers

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CCDZ8y-YPG8

posted on 16/1/20

Comment deleted by Site Moderator

posted on 16/1/20

Comment deleted by Site Moderator

posted on 16/1/20

Comment deleted by Site Moderator

posted on 16/1/20



mad animals

posted on 16/1/20

Comment deleted by Site Moderator

posted on 16/1/20

Listening to a South African talk about honey badgers is the greatest thing ever.

posted on 16/1/20

Comment deleted by Site Moderator

posted on 16/1/20

I want one

posted on 16/1/20

@Sport_Witness
Bruno Fernandes | Claims from Portuguese TV this evening that transfer ‘at risk’ – Man United won’t go over €50m guaranteed.

http://sportwitness.co.uk/portugal-bruno-fernandes-risk-man-united-wont-go-e50m-guaranteed/



If this doesn't happen there is going to be absolute meltdown.

posted on 16/1/20

How's TCIR?

posted on 16/1/20

Who the hell is this kid we have been linked to?

http://www.skysports.com/share/11909775

posted on 17/1/20

comment by 4Tsar (U22296)
posted 21 hours, 32 minutes ago
so, like, r u guys actually leaving the EU then?
with immediate effect?
with no contingencies or appropriate ready-to-roll deals in place on how u will interact with the rest of the world?

----------------------------------------------------------------------
I believe the divorce with EU is happening at the end of this month. Probably need a visa going on business trips to Germany now ? .

I wish it never happened, purely for selfish reasons. Overall, I don’t think Brexit is as bad as they make it out to be. After the election, Britain is in my much stronger position to negotiate a better deal with EU. They need Britain as much EU needs Britain.

Perhaps a deal with USA imminent ?


posted on 17/1/20

* Britain needs EU as much as they need Britain

posted on 17/1/20

Britain needs the EU far more than they need us. And it’s already cost us billions and we haven’t even left yet. It’s an absolute disaster and is only going to get worse, especially for the millions of people that voted for it.

posted on 17/1/20

It’s an absolute disaster and is only going to get worse, especially for the millions of people that voted for it.

And I'll have absolutely no sympathy for them either, because they were actually stupid enough to think an elitist Etonian run government had their best interests at heart.

posted on 17/1/20

Respectfully, I must disagree with you on this.
EU exports a lot more goods to UK (especially Germany) than vice versa. The last election has made Britain politically more stable, certainly in a better position to negotiate a better deal with EU. If EU doesn’t budge, then I won’t be surprise if a deal with USA was struck instead. Both Germany & France are going through a semi crisis atm, power struggle etc.. and all is not well at the EU head quarters.

As, I alluded earlier, the Brexit has thrown a spanner into my line of business, and I wish Britain never bothered with Brexit.

posted on 17/1/20

comment by 4Tsar (U22296)
posted 22 hours, 1 minute ago
put 'em in jail n they just escape

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c36UNSoJenI
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Hilarious

You been watching vikings recently ? it’s starting to get rather interesting in the last few episodes

posted on 17/1/20

I’m not sure how you can disagree. The EU is one of the biggest trading blocks in the world, the UK isn’t. Nobody with any credibility is suggesting what you’re saying is true.

posted on 17/1/20

And the problem with a US/UK trade deal is that it won’t be to a great benefit to the UK. Especially if we want to maintain trade with the EU and continue alignment, which is in our best interest. The UK haven’t struck a trade deal independently for 40 odd years. They don’t have the infrastructure or expertise, or negotiating power, to achieve anything of substantial benefit to the UK when going up against trade experts from America, China and the EU. Quite how you’ve bought this bulllshiiiiiiit is beyond me.

posted on 17/1/20

Comment deleted by Site Moderator

Page 507 of 704

Sign in if you want to comment