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Loco Rojo

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    Lee Bowyer

    AAAARRRRRRGHHHHHHHHH
  2. Loco Rojo

    Lee Bowyer

    Nobody effing say it!!!!!!
  3. Loco Rojo

    D-Day

    Thanks, I hadn't appreciated that fixtures continued in some capacity at the time (just shows my ignorance really). Hopefully someone might know who the player you've mentioned is or know of any others. Such an incredible sacrifice those men and woman at that time gave for us.
  4. Loco Rojo

    D-Day

    Morning all. Today marks the 75th anniversary of the landings and it got me thinking; does anybody know if any City players at the time, joined up and eventually took part in the landings?
  5. Was it good? Could hear it from home and it sounded an excellent set. Crowd sounded good too.
  6. What are you trying to say? There is no gamble. It always works 100% of the time!!! Stop being so negative. Typical OTIBer. This club is going nowhere!
  7. Thinking the same, but see it happened after 4 posts FFS!
  8. Sky know **** all about football outside the PL
  9. Keep looking. Booned to be round here somewhere. **** the off season. I hate OTIB when the footballs over!
  10. I wonder if he could be persuaded to move to Fulham if they came sniffing? Knows the area, much of the team and the fans like him plus he wouldn't need to move far. Also, he might find it easier to get his wages covered from a team just relegated/with parachute payments. Would love it if he stayed though.
  11. Loco Rojo

    Palmer

    Keep Chelsea happy about their players and say positive things and keep the relationships sweet. All about playing the game.
  12. I know it's been said already, but I'll say it again. I'd have taken 8th given we lost Bobby, Flint and Joe over the summer. I really did think we were going to be relegation candidates this season so I'm very pleased to be proved wrong. So in comparison to my expectation, well done LJ and the team.
  13. Yup. Basically a couple of weeks paid leave for him. I'd love that if I was in his shoes. Then he'll be back fresh and ready for the playoffs. Well done EFL - I think you've made an example of him!
  14. It's definitely up there with 'Job for Cotts' which has been flogged to death and is also God awful. It's not funny but you just know some are panicking to be the first to write it when a manager is sacked.
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