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Q: 2022/23 You are the Chairman what do you do with Moyes?
a. Stick with him obviously, he's delivered two good seasons back to back and will see us out of this dip in form
b. If we're still lingering around the bottom three by the start of the WC then that's the time to get rid
c. What are we waiting for 2 wins in the last 20 PL games is reason enough to sack him, go now
d. I've just got my new Orange & White 3rd Kit with Moyesinho on the back, I can't wait to wear it down to the supermarket, they call me Mr West Ham around here

torino hammer 11:35 Tue Jun 22
Tour de France
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Son of Sam 9:50 Tue Jul 20
Re: Tour de France
torino hammer 12:53 Mon Jul 19

Cheers Torino and thanks for setting it up, *Turns around and waves at peloton* See you at the Vuelta

defjam 2:27 Tue Jul 20
Re: Tour de France
Pedro 11:54 - Then you might as well say why do the other teams in the premiership bother to turn up if they aren't going to win it, just play the best two and hand them the title, saves months of pissing around.

zebthecat 11:58 Mon Jul 19
Re: Tour de France
I love it.
The fascination is that it really is several different races going on at once.
Happy with my podium on the Tissot game despite being on the wrong end of numerous crashes and withdrawals.

Pedro 11:54 Mon Jul 19
Re: Tour de France
Not a big fan of this.

Don’t understand why they cycle around in one big group for & hours and then have a sprint finish. Why bother with the first 7 hours and 50 minutes?

Then the person who wins most races doesn’t win the event?

torino hammer 12:53 Mon Jul 19
Re: Tour de France
Congratulations to Sliema wanderers on tissot and son of Sam on Velogames. Agree with Vexed a strange tour. wonder if the Vuelta will have any intrigue?

Vexed 11:04 Mon Jul 19
Re: Tour de France
Strange Tour that one. Yellow jersey race a non event due to a poor lineup and crashes, won by default by the increasing arrogant Pogacar. Cav was the story yet they managed to fuck it up on the champs, bit disappointing in the end, I don't think he'll win another stage at the tour now, that was his chance. Shame but it was great seeing him back.

defjam 9:34 Sun Jul 18
Re: Tour de France
Dr Matt 8:30 - Yep!

Bit gutted for Cav but at least he's equal.

Am pleased with my 1st and 4th on the fantasy tables, best I've ever done and the least time I've spent picking them :) Literally did it with minutes to spare.

Thanks as always to Torino for setting it up.

Dr Matt 8:30 Sun Jul 18
Re: Tour de France
A mountain stage, a time trial and a sprint.

Unheard of.

New Jersey 2:49 Fri Jul 16
Re: Tour de France
They never did find out who that testosterone was for, fucking hilarious though blaming Sutton and his erectile dysfunction problems!!

Plus Wiggins getting drugged up, left right and centre for his 'asthma'!

Vexed 11:51 Fri Jul 16
Re: Tour de France
That minge Philipsen is due a win, think he might take today's stage. Cav looks knackered.

El Scorchio 11:30 Fri Jul 16
Re: Tour de France
Today or Sunday!

zebthecat 11:20 Fri Jul 16
Re: Tour de France
Glad that Cav made the time cuts.
Is today the day?

wansteadman 11:55 Thu Jul 15
Re: Tour de France
Merckx was caught three times taking drugs but he’s still a hero. Armstrong on the other hand is despised as a drug taking cheat. Weird how it all works

Vexed 10:01 Thu Jul 15
Re: Tour de France
I believe that you're a fairy Yawn O son

Mart O 12:48 Thu Jul 15
Re: Tour de France
Anyone who believes in "clean" winners of the TdF probably believes in fairies too, and is totally ignorant of the history of the event.

To paraphrase Jacques Anquetil, first 5 times winner, you'd have to ba an idiot or a hypocrite to imagine you can spend 235 days a year on a bike without doping...


SurfaceAgentX2Zero 9:13 Wed Jul 14
Re: Tour de France
Soz, wrong Fred

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 9:07 Wed Jul 14
Re: Tour de France
Did Debs really just ask what pregnancy and child-rearing lifestyle choices have to do with the size of the female workforce?

zebthecat 8:13 Wed Jul 14
Re: Tour de France
El Scorchio 5:50 Wed Jul 14

Roglic (Vingegaard was one his climbing domestiques after all) and Bernal without a knackered back are definitely up there with Pogacar. Geraint Thomas would have close this year if he hadn't crashed. There is defiitely a touch of that Nibali win at this tour but then Nibali also destroyed everyone in the pissing rain over the cobbles which took some huge huge risks.

zebthecat 8:09 Wed Jul 14
Re: Tour de France
"They are all cheating because cycling requires next to no skill"

It requires a ton of skill. Cycling in a bunch of 150+ riders is bloody difficult and that is before you get to the insane descending.

Passerby66 6:08 Wed Jul 14
Re: Tour de France
"It's much harder to get away with doping in cycling than almost any other sport, they're shit hot on it."

They are all cheating because cycling requires next to no skill and just extreme stamina. The easiest way to get more stamina is to cheat. So they do. And then the sport covers it up to avoid being further tainted as the drug ridden shitstink that it already is.

The Frome and Wiggins scandals are only a couple of years old.

Fuck cycling. Its a sport for cunts and they ALL cheat.

El Scorchio 5:50 Wed Jul 14
Re: Tour de France
Not that I ever really want to point the finger at anyone, but do we all think Pogacar is 'on the level'?

Or a bit of a lack of competition?

This race reminds me a bit of the one when (if I recall correctly) quite a few GC riders pulled out and it was a cakewalk for NIbali.

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