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Nogbad the Bad

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Nogbad the Bad last won the day on May 9

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About Nogbad the Bad

  • Birthday 21/05/1958

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    BS3. The annual deed has belatedly been done. Back in my seat for 2019/20.
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    Lounging by a roaring fire in traditional Real Ale pubs. Striding coastal paths. Almost falling off ladders. Growing Runner Beans. Hedgerow management. Keeping unruly former teenagers in check. Raging against Political Correctness. Fuming Brexiteer.

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  1. He stuck 2 fingers up to the gas? That's always a plus in my book so I'm warming to him - slightly - but, sign him? No thanks.
  2. Pretty good stepping stone though and all being well a hefty sell on to us in a couple of years.
  3. Nope, SL made it clear City will sell players if the offer is right, and that we shouldn't become too attached to individual players. The same applies to him. I doubt SL cares where the money is coming from where fees of this magnitude are involved!
  4. No indication TM will ever be good enough for this level. Far more likely he'll be quietly shipped out at a big loss imo. No doubts whatsoever about Kalas, and we should do everything possible to bring him in.
  5. Seems a similar age and background to another CB, Aden Baldwin, and now apparently following the same loan path to Cheltenham. Anyone know the latest on Baldwin - bad knee injury in October playing for Cheltenham, haven't seen any updates since.
  6. Apart from Line of Duty, Gardeners World, Mastermind, and Not Going Out I already do! I should be alright unless Monty Don has 5Live on in the background when he's in the potting shed.
  7. Any idea when this is? Want to make sure I avoid it and all the nauseating BBC superhype in the lead up.
  8. Baker is well known to be a Millwall fan.
  9. I said 'equally irritating', not a contender for the most irksome individual in the country!!
  10. He's a typically annoying Rovers' manager so happy to see the back of him. They'll find another equally irritating individual to take his place if he does go though. They always do.
  11. Read the rest of the thread, with particular note to @Port Said Red's contributions.
  12. I take your point Baldy but surely if he'd seen the connotations he wouldn't have sent that tweet in the first place. So it's an honest 'mistake' imo., and everyone's allowed to be a bit 'stupid' now and again surely? The problem is if you call him a tool, and say he was rightly sacked, you're in danger of allying yourself with the PC mob and encouraging them towards the next feeding frenzy. As I say they should just be ignored - they don't speak for the majority imo. - even if these days its the 'silent majority' as they're increasingly scared to open their mouths! I was once a big defender of the BBC - I now detest everything about them and look forward eagerly to their demise. Baker is well out of there.
  13. Not everyone spends every waking moment wondering if every little thing they say or do could be misinterpreted to their disadvantage and lead to them being pilloried by the twitterati mob. They'll need to in your world though.
  14. As Baker said, 'it hadn't even occurred to me, as I don't have a diseased mind.' He apologised and removed it as soon as the connotations were pointed out and that should have been the end of it. Although no apology was necessary imo. - PC twitter outrage should be ignored, but it never will be by the BBC - they are a prime architect of forcing Political Correctness on us.
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