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Naysonymous

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  1. Naysonymous

    Football Thread 2018/19

    Here's the table. A score draw means England get relegated on... away goals.
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    The Rllmuk Photography Thread

    Made it down to the Barrier. It's about 15-20 minutes walk from Charlton Station, not far from The Valley actually. I didn't realise just how barren the approaches to the barrier are on the south side, the Thames Path is lovely but it's stuck behind a really grotty industrial estate which I'm guessing was there for years before the barrier was built and probably more fitting with how the docklands were in their heyday. That said, it's worth the trek: Thames Barrier (south bank) by Nayson, on Flickr Looking online it seems the sun sets behind the towers at Canary Wharf in April and September, this time of year sunset is further south but that does mean the light hits the side of the barrier you see from the south bank. I'm glad I went down there.
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    The Rllmuk Photography Thread

    Few more from me: No subject in this photo but I like the message. They repaint this wall a lot (it's part of an art gallery just off of Edgware Road) and this is the current version. Architecture is definitely one of my favourite things to photograph. I kinda liked how things stacked up here, the warehouse roofs of Digbeth, the railway viaduct, the Selfridges building and the Routunda. Very Birmingham. Autumn leaves in Wembley. I was dicking about with an ND filter I hardly ever use (hence the light trails) and it seemed to add something to the light. Candid shot, bit of camera shake, but I liked it. More from the streets of Marylebone. Liked this guys look, really wish the black cab hadn't been obscured by a signpost. A swan in the park not far from my house. I cropped the back half away because I wanted the focus to be on it's neck rather than it's arse. Also while we are here, I think I might get time to photograph the sunset in London this week and I'm toying with the idea of going to the Thames Barrier. I've never been to the barrier before (I've never been east of Charlton to the best of my knowledge) but I figure being on the south bank would make for a better shot, right?
  4. Naysonymous

    Football Thread 2018/19

    @the_debaser
  5. Naysonymous

    The Boxing Thread

    Lomachenko's dad has been Usyk's trainer for the past couple of years.
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    The Boxing Thread

    Fight went pretty much as expected really. I thought Bellew was clearly the better fighter in rounds two & three, he might have edged the first round too if we are being generous but as soon as Usyk stepped it up a gear then Bellew had no real answer. I really like Usyk, he's a hell of a fighter. It's a shame he's not a couple of years younger (he'll be 32 before he fights again) because he's of an age with guys like Fury, Wilder and Joshua and I can't see him troubling them when he moves up to heavyweight just because he's so much smaller. He'll probably knock guys like Whyte and Chisora over but that step to the top of the division is gonna be hard.
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    EFL Championship 2018/19 - All aboard the rollercoaster

    Leeds wont Leeds this season. They will Bielsa instead.
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    EFL Championship 2018/19 - All aboard the rollercoaster

    *Frank Lamard's Derby Bonkers result, I didn't see it coming at all. I'm only going by Villa Twitter, but it seems 3-0 might even have flattered then.
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    The Unofficial Aston Villa thread!

    Funeral was today, fittingly at the church behind the Holte. I was nearby so I went to pay my respects, he had a pretty good turnout.
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    EFL Championship 2018/19 - All aboard the rollercoaster

    He's a hero of mine. He had about 10,000 posts on VillaTalk before he turned pro. Now he's player of the month.
  11. Naysonymous

    The Rllmuk Photography Thread

    Had a crack at wildlife photography today. 200mm (APSC) handheld. Cropped it to. 4x5 cos Instagram but I kinda like how it turned out.
  12. Naysonymous

    The Boxing Thread

    This tournament is Inoue's to lose really, he's a phenomenal fighter. Probably second only to Lomachenko in P4P right now.
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    EFL Championship 2018/19 - All aboard the rollercoaster

    Decent win for Villa tonight, Bolton didn't offer much outside of a fifteen minute spell when we were 1-0 up and we have some tough tests ahead in November and December but the football is already miles better than anything we'd seen under Bruce and probably the best stuff we've played since Houllier's brief stint in charge almost a decade ago. The weaknesses in the squad are glaring though, every game that keeper has for us I like him less and I think his days as first choice are numbered and I think we need to be looking to upgrade the full backs too. Tuanzebe looks a natural at centre half, I'm not sure why Bruce tried to play him elsewhere and Grealish gets a goal and an assist now he's been pushed forwards instead of being asked to sit in the centre circle watching long balls sail over his head. Who knew the game could be this simple?
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    Football Thread 2018/19

    I'm still not sure why clubs would go for it, certainly in England where the big sides can double dip on Premier League money and Champions League money. Will this new European Super League generate £150m a season for each club involved? Will it fuck.
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    Football Thread 2018/19

    Quite the fall from grace. Spain had a legitimately good chance of winning the World Cup and he threw that in to get sacked by Madrid in October. I get that if Madrid knock then you answer, but he must have a shitty agent if he couldn't even get them to announce he was taking the job after the tournament. I've been following Sid Lowe's take on all of this too and agree that Lopetegui has been a dead man walking for weeks, but Madrid wouldn't appoint a new man before the Clasico precisely in case this kind of thing happened. They can have a new start now. I fully expect a mega transfer or two in the summer, possiblity even in January. Neymar and/or Hazard must be short odds.
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