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Q: 2021/22 What competition should we prioritise this season?
a. The league is our bread & butter, so this year let's have a club sandwich
25%
  
b. We're owed an FA Cup after Gerrard nicked our last one in 06, our name's on it in 22
9%
  
c. A bye to the League Cup 3rd round gives us a good start, let's make it count
6%
  
d. The Europa is our best ticket to the Champions League, this is the one
37%
  
e. What's wrong with you, let's do the lot, has the quadruple ever been done
24%
  



Leonard Hatred 11:22 Thu Nov 11
European city breaks in January, warmish, not too expensive
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Sarge 4:17 Fri Nov 12
Re: European city breaks in January, warmish, not too expensive
Funchal (Madeira) would be one place to get away.

3.5 hrs on the plane - good food + wine.

Not sure how 'open' it is out of season but otherwise the island is beautiful and it'll be warm enough still in January.

Pentonville 3:47 Fri Nov 12
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As said below? Cannes is mild, also low Covid risk and of course...im here...lol see u for a water.

BRANDED 12:34 Fri Nov 12
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About 10 minutes ago

Mr Kenzo 12:32 Fri Nov 12
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When did Morocco become a European Country ?

BRANDED 12:28 Fri Nov 12
Re: European city breaks in January, warmish, not too expensive
If you want to get a bit more sun I've done Christmas in Morocco and it can be warm during the days. It is cheap if you wish. It can rain like fuck though.

Darby_ 11:32 Fri Nov 12
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You could just look up European weather sites, find somewhere that currently has perfect weather and just buy a last minute ticket there. It's worked out well for me in the past when I've travelled during winter. Then again, I prefer exploring weird and wonderful places, and aren't really interested in the 'best,' most well known destinations.

Westside 11:22 Fri Nov 12
Re: European city breaks in January, warmish, not too expensive
is Valetta at 17 degrees centigrade average in January warm enough?

Close enough, with 3+ hour flight time?

fraser 11:00 Fri Nov 12
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SBBB

All about perspective a lot of English find that very warm, 20c is just mild to me.

Dr Matt 10:43 Fri Nov 12
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Leeds or Sydney

southbankbornnbred 10:42 Fri Nov 12
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Average temp in Seville in January is 16c, btw.

It's the 'coldest' month there. You get some days where it rises above 20, but not many.

Like I say, it won't be warm. It'll mostly be mild.

LeroysBoots 10:35 Fri Nov 12
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Seville, went in Feb 2020,23 degrees, fantastic place

southbankbornnbred 10:29 Fri Nov 12
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Forget "warm" weather in Europe in January - unless you go to somewhere like Seville then it's not going to happen. You'll just get temperate climates and a lot of rain (see the post about Lisbon further down).

With that in mind, go the whole hog and head for wintery Berlin. It's a proper winter city and proper anarcho-punk in all the right ways.

But take a fucking big coat. And boots.

ray winstone 10:26 Fri Nov 12
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Another vote for Seville, wonderful place to spend a few days whilst quaffing a few bottles of Cruz Campo.

Come On You Irons 10:22 Fri Nov 12
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I also recommend Sevilla. When I was seeing my former squeeze from there many years ago we had many a wonderful weekend in that beautiful city. Weekends of copious sex with a sexy senorita, city strolls and visits to the Cathedral area and the Alcazar. The Torre Del Oro is also a fantastic historic landmark. What halcyon days they were. I must get back there soon!

Admiral Lard 10:00 Fri Nov 12
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Seville is the warmest city in winter Europe and is a great launch pad for many destinations of interest.

If you're looking for beach and swim then you have to leave the mainland and head for the Canary Islands or the Azores

goose 9:18 Fri Nov 12
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gph 12:18 Fri Nov 12
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Snow depends how high up you are, lots of hills & mountains in Sicily.

I’d say you’re looking at similar temperature to here last week with the cold nights.

angryprumphs 8:37 Fri Nov 12
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San Sebastian is one of my favourite cities in the world, might be a bit chilly in Jan though, probably want to go further south.

Manuel 8:28 Fri Nov 12
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Some on here don't half harp on about fucking Seville all the time. I went there in 2014 and yes it's nice, but nothing that amazing.

Cony Tottee 8:20 Fri Nov 12
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I 2nd (or 3rd) Seville. Weather should be ok and there's enough to do to keep you busy for a few days.

mashed in maryland 7:27 Fri Nov 12
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The north of Tenerife.

La Laguna is a great CITY BREAK type place (cobbled streets, old buildings, cozy little pavement cafés etc.) and Santa Cruz ain't too bad either, loads of shops and such, with a fair few museums and an observatory scattered around.

A far cry from the holiday resorts in the south.

Also very cheap (in 2017ish a cup of coffee was less than a euro) and January weather in Tenerife is often warmer than our summers.

gph 2:53 Fri Nov 12
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Lisbon's a good bet. Spent ten days there in mid-January fairly recently.

Wine, in particular is very cheap.

However, you didn't mention rain.

Despite the fact that it rained fairly solidly for the first four days I spent there, the temperatures held up. And it was dry for the last six days.

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