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  1. Swede


    A bigger cock than you? Surely not skeletor, surely not.
  2. Swede


    He was a success at Blackpool probably because he had something in common with the basket case owners. At the stripey nigel's didn't he take over when they were odds on for promotion though? and then proceeded to do his level best to royally cock it up. Which just highlighted his inadequacies and proved he was way out of his league, just like his beloved sags were a few seasons ago.
  3. Yes but not surely as low as Braintree, Bath City or Mansfield. It can't be that low, can it?
  4. Swede


    For the few people out there who still have some misguided admiration for this bigoted parody. IF he was so proud of Bristol as he's so publicly stated on numerous occasions surely he would jump at the chance of managing a Bristol club with owners who invest and back their manager, in a top class state of the art modern stadium with top class training facilities, infrastructure and a loyal and established fan base in the top flight. Somehow I don't think this will ever happen [thankfully] The question I would be asking is how many times he's been sacked and why?
  5. I think because of the high standards and the step up in players we can be more demanding. There was a lot of tired players out there today. Looking at the squad its up front where we are struggling. I know he was playing out of position, but clearly Semenyo is not ready for that position. He seems to have a heavy touch and doesn't read the game early enough. I am sure he will get better. Hindsight is a wonderful thing but Matty Taylor would've been the better option today. In fact Marley Watkins would have offered a better option. I think that substitution was a coaching mistake.
  6. The trouble is you need real money and a tangeable plan not Monopoly money and wet dreams which your Chelsea supporting fake sheik seems to have in abundance. I would be worried about a "consortium" that usually means no individual has anywhere near enough resources on their own so after they've argued amongst theselves for seeral years they'll carve up all of the assets which currently is Santa's Grotto, a Chasers Nightclub canopy, half a dozen plastic garden chairs, some championship ready sprinklers and a box of out of date crisps, a ground share with a club you haven't upset will be on the cards. I hope you know how to get to Blyth Spartans.
  7. That fist pump to the crowd when Wilbs scored the third against swindle at the Gate that showed the passion of the bloke and even in the first match that season at the county ground he was trying hard not to let his anger spill over when interviewed after the match. He was dogged and towards the end belligerent. I really liked his passion and he seemed the complete opposite to SOD. Obviously there was a falling out with the board towards the end and it was perhaps this that made the board look for a Head Coach role rather than a Manager. Let's not forget he provided [in my view] the third best season in the club's entire history after the 1909 FA Final and the 75/76 Promotion Season and should be rightfully revered and applauded every time we see him.
  8. Doesn't exactly look "moist and inviting". Fake picture; that's a shag pile carpet, everyone knows that the fake sheik has a magic carpet to go with his millions
  9. I think he could be right unless someone comes up with Assombalongawantamoreawonga his Italian cousin
  10. Yes, a sold out away end Looks more like they're queuing up for the next Village People audition. Looks like the cosy twosome behind the keeper are holding hands?
  11. It IS a dump without a doubt, with the first rows of "seats" below pitch level [like the old Filbert Street] with leg room that makes Loftus Road or whatever its called nowadays seem roomy and spacious unless you're double jointed of course. Let's hope its not a nil nil draw [unlikely] as the majority of away fans will be limping out especially if your knees have been stuck in an unusual position for over 90 minutes. On a personal note, on my last visit to the delightful place I do recall that I had two gashes on my shins because we had the temerity to score a couple which is the rim of the seat in front of me. Those gashes took ages to heal. Despite having those quirky greenhouses running down the side of the pitch, it hasn't got any tents and a lot more seats but it is the closest we'll get to Chernobyl this season, broadly speaking
  12. Ah, that's not correct; they mean cash at the gate like slipping Bernard the gate man a fiver to get in
  13. It's also hot in Australia and they might even understand your rather coloqual turnip English. I'm sure you could get yourself up to their standard of football eventually, that's if you can avoid getting the Spanish archer, the one thing Spanish that you do understand very well.
  14. Williams didn't break sweat yesterday. A very clever player who's got impeccable timing. It's as though he's one step ahead of the opposition striker. Taylor Moore can only benefit from that sort of experience. Massengo MOTM for me. The way in chased down the gobby Celina AND got the ball off him was fantastic
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