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stevep38

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  1. I just wonder if they might not do any announcement, Holden was appointed as caretaker until further notice. They might just stay quiet and let him carry on. Fwiw, I don't want Holden, Hughton is my preference.
  2. Was meaning respect from other players, potential players having been there and done it playing wise at one of the worlds leading clubs in Man United. And he wasn't a bad manager either.
  3. Joe Jordan was a seasoned International with a superb name behind him. Dean Holden doesn't come close in that respect unfortunately.
  4. Personally think hes a classic narcissist. Flatters to deceive initially then over time you can see right through the bluster and bs. The seasoned pros at the club must be able to notice that. Think it was one of the 2 new lads benkovik or henricksen that said hes the most tactical manager hes worked with. Maybe far to many tactics and not enough answers to the failings in the group
  5. Not condoning it, but in this day and age someone somewhere will get offended at anything said in innocence or not. People get triggered over anything.
  6. In fact you could probably say the same about all religions. Personally I think it's stupid, talking to an imaginary person that no one knows existed. Biggest con ever, who ever thought that up years ago was a genius to fool so many for so long
  7. On your point 1. Radical Islam is Islam, a very backward looking neanderthal form of it but still islam all the same. Whilst moderate islam are tolerant of other cultures and religions, the radicals certainly arnt. You only have to see how ISIS and the Taliban treat people to know the difference. If the moderates were to rout out and denounce the radicals in there midst, maybe just maybe others would be more tolerant of them.
  8. Is that hide and SEEK?, or do you mean Sikh? That fine body of men an women from India. And it's a religion like the others you noted, not a Race.
  9. When People start with the name calling, no matter what side there on, they lose the argument. Abuse when nothing constructive to say and because you dare question there perceived right to be always right. Some folk just dont like to get there views challenged. So of course that makes the challenger racist, thick, far right, ect ect ect. Pretty sad really.
  10. Youd know what I mean if you worked with them.
  11. I work with loads of boro fans, there a boro mafia of scaffolders on the rig I'm on, to man I've always found them loud obnoxious wa...rs, they still see city as punching above their weight and are confident of a result. As Keegan once said I will love it if we beat them. Cant stand the arrogant condescending pricks.
  12. I'm going will get ticket on the day. Driving down from Scotland.
  13. Driving down from Scotland Sat morning. Take about 5/6 hours each way, hopefully be worth it.
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