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  1. You can vote for ASM to be June's EA SPORTS Player of the Month: - https://www.premierleague.com/news/1703139
  2. I noticed that. https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/53261673
  3. He loves Steve Bruce: - https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/av/football/53206781
  4. https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/52941511
  5. He was fit again at the same time as Gayle. After Bruce complained he had no striker cover, as soon as Muto recovered he hasn't been in the squad. I think he was on the bench a couple of weeks ago. He's in the latest training pictures. https://www.nufc.co.uk/news/galleries/toon-in-training-all-set-for-the-saints/
  6. If you had to bet your house on a NUFC striker scoring a goal between now and the end of the season who would you play as striker? Joelinton or Gayle? I'd pick Gayle.
  7. Joelinton had about 28 games, scoring 1 goal. Gayle should start the games to the end of the season. Gayle can't be worse than Joelinton. Apparently Gayle won a few headers today. He was unlucky not to score.
  8. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prince_Harry,_Duke_of_Sussex I'm not slagging Harry off for serving in the military, I'm just pointing out that if it had been anyone else with his academic record they would never have got to be an Army helicopter pilot never mind an Apache pilot. There is/was an expectation that male members of the Royal family have to serve in the military. That's a drawback of being a male royal if you don't fancy the idea of joining up, especially as the only reason it is expected is you were born into it.
  9. The ironic thing about Harry flying Apache helicopters is if he hadn't been a royal he'd never have been given the opportunity. His academic qualifications weren't good enough to qualify for Army helicopter pilot training. They made an exception for him.
  10. The percentage of people who actually care about the royal family is tiny. The vocal minority are making the noise. Most people don't care as it has zero impact on their life. I don't understand why the reaction of "The Press" carries so much importance in the other media. The number of people who buy a newspaper is in terminal decline. Newspapers these days contain mainly opinion pieces (usually from complete arseholes) rather than news. Social media users will be commenting like the do on everything else. The only sympathy I have for Harry is that he didn't choose to be a member of the ro
  11. What is his injury? Hamstring?
  12. They should put a statement out saying Steve Bruce will not be welcomed. Also, as I mentioned in the boycott thread, take out crowd funded adverts to publish an open letter to the FA, PL, media, etc about the state of the club.
  13. As they have a goal of one day owning NUFC, why don't they just start a phoenix club and support that instead? There's more chance of that club rising the ranks and getting to the Premiership than Mike Ashley relinquishing NUFC.
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