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  1. FA Cup Final

    I am glad Arsenal won
  2. FA Cup Final

    Forgot this topic was here lol.. Yeah I want Arsenal to win too.
  3. Weather watch

    Yeah it is hot today. I am boiling, been sitting in the garden
  4. Chelsea call off parade

    Chelsea have cancelled this weekend’s planned victory parade, designed to celebrate their Premier League title success, after taking security advice in the wake of Monday’s terror attack in Manchester. The champions, who will wear black armbands when confronting Arsenal in Saturday’s FA Cup final at Wembley, had intended to conduct an open top bus parade of south-west London on Sunday. But, with the government having raised the terror threat level to “critical” after the attack at the Manchester Arena, they engaged in lengthy consultations with the Metropolitan Police, local councils and other authorities, and have since opted to cancel the event. “Everyone associated with Chelsea Football Club offers our heartfelt condolences to those affected by Monday’s terror attack in Manchester,” said a spokesman. “Our thoughts go out to all the victims, and their families and friends. In light of these tragic events, we feel it is inappropriate to go ahead with the victory parade in London on Sunday. “Given the heightened security threat announced by the government, and recognising that this is a developing situation, we have given this careful consideration. We strongly believe, in the interests of everyone, this is the correct course of action. We are sure our fans will understand this decision. “Having consulted with the Metropolitan Police, Hammersmith & Fulham Council and other authorities, we know the emergency services would have been as professional as ever, but we would not want in any way to divert important resources by holding an additional, non-ticketed event on the streets of London. “Furthermore, as a mark of respect, our players will wear black armbands at the FA Cup Final against Arsenal on Saturday. Chelsea Football Club will also make a donation to a fund supporting the victims of this horrific attack.” The club’s player of the year event, a ticketed event scheduled for Sunday evening, will still take place as it is confined to a single area of the venue Battersea Evolution. Arsenal have cancelled plans to screen the final at the Emirates Stadium and will not hold a victory parade. The club said the raised security threat meant they had reluctantly decided to cancel the screening and said of a parade: “We did not want to place any additional pressure on police and security services at this time and have been working closely with them ahead of making this decision.” Chelsea call off Premier League victory parade after Manchester Arena attack | Football | The Guardian Not surprised really. They will probably have the parade when it all calms down.
  5. Manchester united vs Ajax Europa final

    I'm the same BB, I don't follow European football either but I do like to watch Barca at times. As for the match I obviously don't want Man united to win Lol, but with the terror attack happening I really don't mind who wins it, It would be good for Manchester.
  6. Explosion at Manchester arena

    Just noticed you added those newspaper covers, It is really heartbreaking. A guy that died in the attacks is a member on a facebook slimming world group that I am on, John Atkinson, Apparently he lost 8 stone.
  7. Explosion at Manchester arena

    You can't help but being paranoid though can you? I am scared of my own shadow lol No, seriously I am going to a concert in November and I am scared shitless, My daughter is going to Manchester Apollo in 2 weeks, I am terrified of her going now.
  8. Explosion at Manchester arena

    Yeah, My daughter has just came home from the cinema with her boyfriend, She was a little scared going but she said that she isn't allowing these terrorists to stop her. I am scared of going out now, It can happen anywhere. It is scary shit.
  9. Explosion at Manchester arena

    The UK's terror threat level has been raised from 'severe' to 'critical' indicating a further attack is imminent.
  10. He resigned as Crystal Palace manager and now he has retired from football. Sam Allardyce quits his job at Crystal Palace and says he won't manage in football again - Football - Sporting Life Sam Allardyce has left Crystal Palace and says he will now retire from football management. Allardyce took charge at Selhurst Park just before Christmas on a two-and-a-half-year deal following the sacking of Alan Pardew, with the relegation-threatened club placed 17th in the table. It marked Big Sam's return to football having lost his England job in September after just 67 days and one game in charge. Although the former Bolton, Newcastle, Blackburn, West Ham and Sunderland manager got off to a slow start with the Eagles, he eventually managed to steer them to safety thanks largely to a fine run of form in April which included victories over champions Chelsea, Liverpool and Arsenal. They lost four of the last five games but a thumping 4-0 victory over Hull on the penultimate weekend of the season sealed their status. Palace finished in 14th position with 41 points - seven clear of third-bottom Hull. But now he's called time on his final job in the game. He said in a statement: "In some ways, this has been a very difficult decision to make but in others it has been a simple one. "I will always be grateful to Crystal Palace and Steve Parish for giving me the opportunity to go out with my head held high having helped keep the club in the Premier League. "More than that, they gave me a chance of rebuilding my reputation after what happened with England. I felt I needed another shot at being a Premier League manager and showing that I still had the ability to achieve something significant. As I said last weekend, Palace gave me the chance of rehabilitation. "That's why it's hard walking away now. I believe the club are heading in the right direction with a hugely supportive board of directors, a great squad of players and some of the most passionate fans I've ever met. It's been a privilege to have worked for them for the past five months. "But there comes a time when you have to take stock of what direction you want your life to take - and that's been the simple part for me. "I want to be able to savour life while I'm still relatively young and when I'm still relatively healthy, even if I'm beginning to feel all my 62 years. "While I've got the energy, I want to travel and also spend more time with my family and grandchildren without the huge pressure that comes with being a football manager. I owe that to my wife and family. "This is the right time for me, I know that in my heart. I have no ambitions to take another job, I simply want to be able to enjoy all the things you cannot really enjoy with the 24/7 demands of managing any football club, let alone one in the Premier League. "Steve Parish has been superb during our conversations today. I know it came as a shock to him that I would walk away but our discussions have been incredibly civilised with no recriminations and no fall-out. "This is not about transfer targets, club finances or anything along those lines. This is me taking the decision I believe is right for my family and myself. "I would like to thank everybody for their messages of support since the news broke. I've no doubt I will miss management but I certainly have no regrets at this decision."
  11. Explosion at Manchester arena

    If they want to blow themselves up then do it but why take so many innocent people with you? I know they are brainwashed but do these brainwasher's do it themselves? I don't care what country they are from but what baffles me is that they don't like the way that we live, If they don't like it then why live here?
  12. Most unusual thing

    I know but I try not to think about it.
  13. Most unusual thing

    Probably is but I still wouldn't like to eat a zebra lol
  14. Most unusual thing

    I haven't tried anything unusual. I eat plain English. The thought of eating Zebra though turns my stomach.
  15. Bournemouth Sign Defoe On Free Transfer

    Yeah apparently there was a clause.
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