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  • Birthday 18/03/1988

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  1. You're deluded if you think this is just bad luck. Blind to the obvious.
  2. Exactly. It was clearly a trip away to enjoy some sunshine. Something I think all of us would love to do, but can't. But they did, under the guise of 'elite sport'.
  3. Get over yourself. So some pundit wasn't licking your teams arse like everyone else, so what? The point is valid, albeit, in my opinion, wrong. I think Leeds would've gone up regardless this year, but the song "Leeds are falling apart, again" didn't spring up out of nowhere. Your club has a history of it, and because of your fans attitude, just like Villa, most of the country enjoyed watched your team fail. Now you're in the big time, you play great football, you did last season, you're sticking by the philosophy set out by Bielsa, fair play, but you're deluded if you think the cov
  4. A bit of stick? Have you seen the vile abuse that's been given? Whether it was a dig or just poorly worded, no one deserves thst type of abuse for having an opinion, valid or not.
  5. Akira

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    Guessing he's just pissed off at the shite service? If he had decent passes, there's no doubt he'd be banging them in. He definitely knows where the goal is, but as usual, our creativity is dire. Oh, and we tend to play him out of position, which is great... I'd be fairly annoyed too if I were him.
  6. You could say that about Nagy couldn't you? He's not a big unit, but puts himself about. He's a young lad, just needs games under his belt to improve. Edit = someone already beat me to the point! That'll teach me for not reading entire thread!
  7. Can't help but agree with you. It's the equivalent of a boxer suing the governing body because he's had a brain damage, suffered a stroke or something later on in life, due to excessive beats to the head. Kinda obvious really given the nature of the sport. It's part of the risk you take. No one else to blame but yourself. Hard to gather any sympathy because it's a career they've chosen, and were FULLY aware of the risks. Any boxer that gets in the ring, knows it could potentially be their last. Rugby not as much, however they must all be aware of the long term damage, you're gettin
  8. This is instantly what I always think back to whenever I hear his name. Can't believe he's passed away at 42. Absolutely no age at all. RIP
  9. He was, but I don't see what players are doing now by diving, rolling around like they've been shot, trying to get someone sent off, any different. Almost all players are massive cheats when given the chance in this day and age sadly. He was an exceptional talent. Huge player on and off the pitch. He lived a lavish lifestyle. Can't say I'm massively surprised by this news though, it is 2020 after all!
  10. Bloody wierd if you ask me. If I did this to a girl (or guy!) in the work place, I'd be sacked immediately. Really not sure why this is any different.
  11. Totally agree. Can't believe there isn't uproar in the media over this, yet when aguero touched the female lineswoman, they wanted blood! https://talksport.com/football/775492/sergio-aguero-man-city-retrospective-action-touching-lineswoman-sian-massey-ellis-arsenal-game/
  12. Obviously in the minority here. Want Ireland, Scotland and Wales to all do shit everytime they play. That's how they feel about us, why feel any different for them? Shame they've gone through.
  13. I'd agree with that. Not quite sure why we're playing out the back when, like you say, they were pressing high. But he still had time to do something with it. Boot it up the pitch, anything is better than what happened. You could say that's the benefit of hindsight, but most defenders, when trying to dribble, look like a deer trying to walk on ice. Not exactly the quickest! "If in doubt, boot it out". Bentley can take some of the blame for sure, but these sort of errors are so easy to stop.
  14. Regardless of age, he's a pro footballer, should NOT be fannying around on the ball, when last man. Totally needless.
  15. I remember when we played Cardiff at home, the away fans in the east end, packed out, every single one of them taunting Trundle, singing "she's shagging someone else". Never knew if there was a story on her cheating on him or whatever, but can't believe he kept his cool during that game.
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