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Vital Spark last won the day on July 19 2019

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    A lot of talk about Virus-Shedding being a concerning method of how the virus is being spread by people who are asympomatic or presymptomatic. Very worrying and really highlights the importance of social-distancing.
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    China has offered Italy a contract to ‘buy’ 1000 ventilators, not a gift.
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    Wuhan is still mostly in lockdown isn’t it? I very much doubt the situation in China has improved as much as they have us believe. If the UK is in turmoil in 3 months time when they expect the virus to peak, then this thing could quite easily affect the start of next season too.
  4. Possibly so, but with the points looking like being so close the GD may cost us.
  5. It wasn’t criticism, it was an observation and an opinion you moron. Look at the goal difference column and you’ll understand my concerns.
  6. Absolutely terrible referee who gave us nothing all game, yet seemed happy to keep punishing Vale with niggly free kicks everywhere. Regardless of who was to blame etc.. we still aren’t creative enough to be serious playoff contenders. Did their keeper have anything to do apart from that tame header from Cullen? We have plenty of effort throughout the team, but still lack quality to punish teams when it matters. Why can a substitute who is warming up get booked for not wearing a vest, but Amoo was allowed to walk half way around the perimeter of the pitch after being subbed? Another stupid rule they didn’t think through.
  7. What’s the new blue badge on the front of the shorts today?
  8. Exactly. Diversity shouldn’t come into it. They will simply be the best/right people for the challenge.
  9. This assembly of talent is refreshing to see from a operational perspective and will no doubt drive the club to better places, just as they have achieved in their respective roles with Synectics. I’m certain they’ve been chosen because they are the best for the job or showing the potential to become the best person for the job. Professionalism is something that has been sadly lacking in so many areas of the club and this move will finally address such issues. I’m a big believer in giving anybody the chance to be considered for any role in life, but the ultimate decision should be made on merit, ability, attitude or potential and not simply to satisfy overused political-correctness.
  10. Although they were clearly confident, I didn’t actually think much of Exeter in the 1st half. I think once Vale calmed down and stopped hoofing every ball clear and played a passing game, they realised just before half time they could trouble the visitors. Great effort by Vale in the second half caused them to panic and basically collapse.
  11. It’s only ‘crap’ because you don’t agree with it.
  12. Ridiculous comment. The fact that these offers had little effect, suggests my comment had some substance.
  13. The fact that the club failed to attract any of the 4000 day-trippers who attended MC back to VP, shows that the bread and butter product on and off the pitch is still sadly lacking. Nobody is criticising the owners, I’m just concerned that this constant annual cycle of disappointment onfield will start to have a detrimental affect on the fan base. Yes things may be getting better behind the scenes but ultimately fans are only interested in their match day experience.
  14. Totally agree Jean, but surely the hard work undertaken by Carol must by now have put us in a position to be confident enough to start the onfield renaissance. I like most fans just can’t see any signs of this happening.
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