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    National News Vaccine - have you had yours?

    Again odd. I can't book using it despite being among the group that's being done now albeit not qualifying through age or frontline status.
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    National News Evidence of BBC political bias - either way.

    Weird. You'd think it that case they might occasionally use science to back up their arguments rather than just one line denials and jingoism.
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    National News Evidence of BBC political bias - either way.

    Bring back Freddie Starr I say.
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    National News Vaccine - have you had yours?

    Not on the NHS...
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    National News Evidence of BBC political bias - either way.

    Aye. And right-wing wokeists occur. Getting offended at every taking of the knee, every new definition of gender... Anyone see a pattern?
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    National News Evidence of BBC political bias - either way.

    If you like that you'll love the Democratic Republic of Congo. Agree it was utterly pointless.
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    National News Evidence of BBC political bias - either way.

    Well no, but all Nazis are people on the right.
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    General Referees

    I certainly don't think they're any worse.
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    General Stadium disrepair

    Old school floodlights dwarfing the dreaming spires - I can see it in my mind's eye and it's a thing of beauty.
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    Ref Watch Oufc v pfc league1 23/2/2021 graham Sailsbury

    If he was of the mind to send off Curtis then he would probably have sent off Brannagan as well.
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    Home Match Day Thread 23/02/2021 L1 OUFC v Portsmouth

    McGuane had come alive, and his loss is a bitter blow, but methinks the myth is becoming larger than the man!
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    Ref Watch Oufc v pfc league1 23/2/2021 graham Sailsbury

    He was fine.
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    Home Match Day Thread 23/02/2021 L1 OUFC v Portsmouth

    I didn't see that. I did see Henry force a reasonable save, and also narrowly miss the target. It's a bit of a pointless argument in any case - neither achieved an acceptable standard this evening.
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    Home Match Day Thread 23/02/2021 L1 OUFC v Portsmouth

    I disagree that Lee was any better then Henry, both were mostly ineffective. I agree that Shodipo's form over the season does earn him a reprieve.
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    Home Match Day Thread 23/02/2021 L1 OUFC v Portsmouth

    Lee and Shodipo weren't any better than Henry, Sykes or Winnall on the night.
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    Home Match Day Thread 23/02/2021 L1 OUFC v Portsmouth

    That is precisely what I mean by a lack of quality - no quality play from Oxford. Ponderous at times, rushed at times, predictable and ineffective, but absolutely lacking in quality. (Stevens excepted - I thought he did well)
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    Home Match Day Thread 23/02/2021 L1 OUFC v Portsmouth

    Agreed. Clear and obvious lack of quality tonight.
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    Home Match Day Thread 23/02/2021 L1 OUFC v Portsmouth

    A simple lack of quality. Portsmouth 1 quality moment, Oxford none. 5 minutes to find 1.
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    Home Match Day Thread 23/02/2021 L1 OUFC v Portsmouth

    Certainly scrappy.
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    Home Match Day Thread 23/02/2021 L1 OUFC v Portsmouth

    Pompey seem to have a man over whether defending or attacking.
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