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  1. "There was that late goal against Wigan and the draw at home to Ipswich, and everybody looks at individual moments in games and rightly so: if we'd have put those results to bed we'd have probably made the play-offs" Yep, those were the games alright. I also spotted reference to Webster as a leader. Surely he has to be club captain next season?
  2. mozo

    Bin Laden

    I'm not doing to read the article, Im just going to let my imagination run wild...
  3. I think if the club are spending good chunks of our budget on players (Engval the classic case), I think it's perfectly fine for the club to explain why things haven't worked out. I don't need to know every detail but just a clue would be nice!
  4. Cheers mate for a thought provoking thread. I wish the management could be more honest about why certain players don't make the 1st team
  5. Certainly with twitter and other social media, some are able to be rational and many (majority?) aren't.
  6. Yep agree that it was stupidity to the max, but I think his explanation is plausable enough for us to give him a break. I made the mistake of reading comments on Twitter and wow, the moral grandstanding was insane. People who clearly know nothing about him labelling him a vile racist this and that. I'm pretty PC, but Twitter is all about stamping your feet and labelling people with no due diligence.
  7. Okay but he has no previous for any kind of racism or sexism. Would be weird to start now? You might be jumping to a logical assumption but you're still just making assumptions.
  8. Apparently he's used the chimp theme lots before in non racial contexts. Ive listened to him on radio for c30 years and I've never heard a single bigoted thing. He was commentating on the celebrity of monarchy and totally misjudged it. I concur that chimps are as valuable to the UK as monarchs. We need less privilege in this world.
  9. To be fair, Jonny Smith would have chipped it up for an overhead kick
  10. We have to give him credit for the two spectacular goals he scored this season. It feels inevitable though that he's off.
  11. It's great to see this solidarity. My deepest sympathy goes out to anyone that has ever had to experience babyloss, or the many complications that can arise from childbirth.
  12. Oh right, because he didn't imply anthing about signings in that interview as far as I saw? He mentioned the training ground as the next logical step of our development, and then the badge.
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