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While the current one had to resign from the cabinet because of secret meetings with a foreign country.
This seems to be the case now for most of the normal matches, but they tend to go in the final few hours.
Burnley on one of the final Saturday's...
60,407 (vs. Aston Villa, 10 August 2019) or 60,463 (NFL).
Feed the Goat.
The second leg was a horror show, even if we did sneak through.
Shocking goal to concede. Really poor from the keeper.
Quite shoddy finishing, too. Plenty of chances to take the lead in the first half.
His comments on the individual players, their condition and roles was interesting.
Good to see that he considered Skipp for the holding role, even...
He's basically said as much in that conference.
Might be a chance to give Walker-Peters, Foyth, Sessegnon and maybe even Skipp and Parrott some time.
Maybe for the Bayern match, which I misheard in the press conference as Pie 'n' mash.
Everyone shove up a bit.
"Have you had a chance to speak to Christian about his future, yet?" "Yes."
"Can I ask what he said?" "No."
That ending! <laugh>
Will Shakespeare have another Brutus moment?
It genuinely looks like Zuckerberg:
The freaky ****house.
It's on Sky. Not what you meant, presumably.
And Man Utd.