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    Tony Mowbray Discussion

    See what you mean. Waggott would just re-appoint Tony.
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    Premier League Stuff

    Hopefully Dyche will walk like an Egyptian as soon as he gets a better offer.
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    Bozo - the old lady killer. Starmer - hurt a guys arm
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    Tony Mowbray Discussion

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    He takes care of his own. He's not that great with old people in care homes.
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    Tony Mowbray Discussion

    I shudder to think who Venky's would replace him with. They can, and probably will, do a lot worse than Mowbray, as they have done before.
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    Premier League Stuff

    Whenever I watch Burnley I see a limited team that are unbelievably well-drilled. When they defend they get the wide midfielders so far back they act as full-backs and the actual full backs tuck in to make 4 CB's. They then invite crosses from deep which the 4 CB's deal with easily. It's no coincidence they always go for big lads like Bardsley at full-back who are good in the air. They also have so many in defence it's hard to play through them on the deck. Then I watch us defend🙄
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    Test & Trace call centre sub-contracted to Serco :- https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2020/oct/28/england-coronavirus-covid-test-and-trace-teenagers?CMP=Share_AndroidApp_Other In its advertisements for this job, the NHS explains applicants must be at Clinician Band 6 level, who will be working as part of a team of “experienced clinicians”. You must have a health or science degree or “demonstrable equivalent experience or qualifications”; experience in “a field related to public health or health and social care services as a practitioner” and “registration with the relevant professional body”. Among your tasks are “conducting a public health risk assessment”, “providing public health advice” and “using your clinical knowledge to help escalate complex cases”. Anyone accepted for this role would be “provided with appropriate training”. But the workers at the call centre who have been “upskilled” to this level are mostly school-leavers and students, with no relevant qualifications. While the job is officially advertised at between £16.97 and £27.15 per hour, they are all being paid the minimum wage, which means £6.45 for the 18- to 20-year-olds (most of them) and £8.72 for over-25s.
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    True. But that's the issue - lack of resources. NHS were warning about it last Spring. I bet we can both guess what our Govt have done to try and rectify it in the last 6 months. It was only going to last 12 weeks according to Bozo so I guess they didn't plan this far ahead! Then again, if you don't invest in public services generally then lack of resources will always become a problem at some point.
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    Rovers vs Reading at Virtual Ewood

    Unless that's how he's being told to play, which I very much think it is.
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    UK Covid cases jump by nearly 25,000 as deaths up by 310 The UK has recorded a further 310 coronavirus-related deaths and another 24,701 people have tested positive for the virus, latest government data shows. On Tuesday, 367 new deaths were recorded across the country – the highest daily number since May.
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    Dom Cummings out for a drive again to test his eyes.
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    Hospitals in northern England and the Midlands treating more Covid patients than in April Hospitals in parts of England, including Liverpool, Lancashire and Nottingham, are now treating more Covid-19 patients than at the peak of the first wave, NHS England has said. Professor Stephen Powis, national medical director for NHS England, said:

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