I am in planning for this trip!
A TSF catch up has to be on cards as I see on FB and now on here that a few are keen.
There's the small matter of recovering from bicep femoris tendinopathy and a torn tendon in my wrist. So training is very limited at the moment. Can't even use the rowing machine.
are they wanking injuries? they sound like wanking injuries
Will you be proceeding with his caution and advice?
Two come to mind:
- Jaybird Run True Wireless Sport In-Ear Headphones
- Jabra Elite Active 65t Wireless Earbuds
The Jabra's are more expensive (by about +50%)
The problem with them both is neither do USB-C charging. Which pisses me right off.
If you can wait and trust the internet, there's these: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/eoz-air-world-s-most-advanced-wireless-earphones-headphones#/
Great stuff. Thanks.
That link didn't work for me?
The Apple watch was a success so I have started a tech purchase thread.
I now need wireless headphones (Not the massive bhuttie ones, more the in ear ones)
They need to be able to stay in when running/at the gym etc etc. So this counts out the Apple version as they are a bit rubbish in this case.
Looking to use flybuy points and there are some Bose ones. When younger Bose was top of the pile but are they still??
Any recommmendations will be gratefully received
@Chester-Draws Don't be a twat. I've deleted those posts.
@shark I have to agree with @booboo with the injury crisis is making us look worse than we actually are. If Retallick is playing then suddenly a lot of this goes away as he makes up for a hell of a lot in the forwards.
I was surprised how dire Tunisia were at the back given the pre-game talk, I thought England would struggle to carve out chances. As it was, England had numerous chances especially early on and some decent finishing would have wrapped up the game. Tunisia were all over the place whenever there was a decent cross which made it doubly frustrating that the second half was full of England players over-elaborating and not getting in a cross.
Harry Kane has a fantastic habit of being where the ball travels to - for both his goals he moved to exactly the right spot.
For the usual "this player was crap" allegations after an England game.
Sterling had an awful game.
Ashley Young needs to have a left foot to play wide on the left.
Does this mean England can win the World Cup? No change really - they should always be good enough for the quarter-finals. But this is an easy group, to have 2 weak teams is a bonus.
I always look forward to your level head analysis of football (and Cricket)
@stargazer at his peak, he was outstanding, well rounded game, nigh on unstoppable at times, sadly we didn't get to see him at this peak for as long as you expect, but it was good while it lasted.
his peak is "great AB winger level" but that is a fucking crowded field. I wonder how he will be remembered in 20 years?
One of many. The bar is crazy high
Openside Flankers and Wingers. Just incredible what we have produced over the past 40 years
@hooroo It was directed at you as you may have started the initial thread. Maybe I need to learn how to post on a thread without referencing someone. I am slow in this regard.
AAhhhh I understand now.