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    [–] Live Hell in a Cell 2018 Discussion Thread! Hanwoodtractor 1 points ago in SquaredCircle

    Still got nearly an hour left. There are going to be some significant shenanigans here.

    [–] What games have surprised you in how much you disliked them? Hanwoodtractor 6 points ago in Games

    At least with Skyrim you might find a cool quest or a new weapon though.

    [–] What games have surprised you in how much you disliked them? Hanwoodtractor 44 points ago in Games

    I wouldn't say I disliked it, but I didn't enjoy Breath of the Wild nearly as much as everyone else seems to have.

    People always talk about the exploration but I never wanted to explore because there was rarely a good reward. And even if there was any weapon or shield would just break anyway.

    [–] What games have surprised you in how much you enjoyed them? Hanwoodtractor 9 points ago in Games

    Driver: San Francisco.

    The body hopping mechanic is absolutely fantastic and I'm shocked they haven't made a sequel.

    [–] Champions League final in New York City 'not being discussed' - UEFA boss Hanwoodtractor 1 points ago in soccer

    they're all just businesses

    Yeah this pisses me off too. As if Man Utd, Real, Barca etc aren't massive fucking businesses.

    [–] When the role of villain in the defenders is passed over you for a bunch of lame karate dudes Hanwoodtractor 3 points ago in Defenders

    That's part of why he's so good though because he isn't a problem you can just punch away like most comic book villains

    [–] Leeds Are Fucked This Weekend Hanwoodtractor 2 points ago in Championship

    Yous Forest fans need to stop disrespecting Murph, or we're gonna have to take this outside.

    [–] wakey wakey Hanwoodtractor 25 points ago in videos

    I've never felt this happy and terrified simultaneously

    [–] What are some awful things from the 70s, 80s, and 90s everyone seems to not talk about? Hanwoodtractor 17 points ago in AskReddit

    The USA shouldn't have been there in the fucking first place, if I were a neighbouring country I'd probably supply the guys fighting the invaders from a continent away too.

    [–] Ipswich Town Chairman Marcus Evans Criticizes Academy Compensation System Hanwoodtractor 4 points ago in soccer

    Brentford's method is clever and I'm glad it's succeeding, but I don't think it would work for everyone.

    Plus clubs shouldn't have to find new ways to circumvent shitty rules.

    [–] Ipswich Town Chairman Marcus Evans Criticizes Academy Compensation System Hanwoodtractor 11 points ago in soccer

    British football has gotten so commercial it's in the interests of the FA to make sure the biggest clubs cannot fail.

    It's infuriating, there's literally no way to compete or grow as a club

    [–] Ipswich Town Chairman Marcus Evans Criticizes Academy Compensation System Hanwoodtractor 3 points ago in Championship

    X-post from what I said on /r/soccer

    “I know from talking to other owners, particularly those in the larger cities, that they are questioning the value of paying for an Academy. A few have already closed and I would suggest that a dangerous tipping point maybe reached when several clubs follow each other if they keep losing their best players for next to nothing.”

    It's difficult enough to progress as a club as it is, let alone with all the big clubs hoarding talent for basically nothing. Marcus gives a recent example:

    "We had no choice but to agree a fee of £600,000 with a Premier League club for one of our young players with a possible additional £900,000 but only if he played 100 games for that club in the Premier League . If he played 100 games in the Premier League, at current values he’d probably be worth £30m plus."

    Seems the only way to succeed these days is by being bought out by an oligarch.

    [–] Ipswich Town Chairman Marcus Evans Criticizes Academy Compensation System Hanwoodtractor 18 points ago * (lasted edited 11 days ago) in soccer

    “I know from talking to other owners, particularly those in the larger cities, that they are questioning the value of paying for an Academy. A few have already closed and I would suggest that a dangerous tipping point maybe reached when several clubs follow each other if they keep losing their best players for next to nothing.”

    It's difficult enough to progress as a club as it is, let alone with all the big clubs hoarding talent for basically nothing. Marcus gives a recent example:

    We had no choice but to agree a fee of £600,000 with a Premier League club for one of our young players with a possible additional £900,000 but only if he played 100 games for that club in the Premier League . If he played 100 games in the Premier League, at current values he’d probably be worth £30m plus.

    Seems the only way to succeed these days is by being bought out by an oligarch. This affects England internationally too, as all English talent gets mopped up by the PL and left to rot in an academy rather than get to play and develop through the leagues

    Edit: Nice quote at the end

    “Medium size and smaller football clubs are the lifeblood of football, if everything moves towards those clubs never progressing; it would be short-sighted to think that football will not be affected in the long term.”

    [–] Luke Harper showed up at an NXT house show In Buffalo to challenge Ricochet! Hanwoodtractor 14 points ago in SquaredCircle

    He was getting huge reactions whenever he teased hitting Sister Abigail on Wyatt. Also when he appeared to help Cena.

    Come to think of it still a bit angry he never got to hit Sister Abigail.