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RedRaw

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RedRaw last won the day on August 24 2016

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  1. The stadium was opened up last week to support charity workers providing food to the homeless......it was put out on the stadium Twitter. Just because you don’t see it doesn’t mean it isn’t happening
  2. Really? This is the same LJ that has signed over 50 players and the only academy produced player in the last squad was Wollacott who was only there because we have to have at least one.
  3. Yes because we won’t do any of the above. If/when we go up, we will mirror the likes of Bournemouth, Sheff Utd, Burnley and Brighton who didn’t spend or act recklessly on promotion. we may well come straight back down but we would be in a much stronger position financially to challenge again
  4. One of those with the sags wasn't it? Embarrassed to go to the final with your own club but not embarrassed driving a load of gas heads to a final
  5. Kevin Pietersen is more in the mould of Milan duric and would cause havoc with that bat
  6. Sod the books.......I can't want for the European football he promised after 5 years!
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    Kiko Casilla

    The “white” guy, the “black” guy, the “mixed race” guy, the “Asian” guy, the “Portuguese” guy, the “filthy gas scum” guy........all terms that may be generally used by any of us to innocently reference a person in a certain scenario.....there are no racist intentions or connotations.
  8. RedRaw

    Kiko Casilla

    Nor was badger08....he was just debating. Didn’t stop you using the term
  9. RedRaw

    Kiko Casilla

    Hey, no need to get angry..... I’m just trolling that’s how it works, yea?
  10. I have no idea what you’re on about
  11. RedRaw

    Kiko Casilla

    So you’re just trolling on a thread debating race and trying to make a reasoned contributor appear racist......wow, a new low
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    Kiko Casilla

    I doubt he meant wanting to call someone black even if he knew his name.....just being able to use the term ‘black’ without bring classed a racist. it is not a racist term.......black lives matter, music of black origin etc
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    Kiko Casilla

    Good god man, have you been drinking? i filled out a poll on the council website the other day and at the end it asked me to complete some details about myself.....it asked if I was white english, white European, black Caribbean, black African.....etc, etc well, imagine my shock at the racist undertones of the questioning......I was so offended I was straight on the phone to the councils diversity department demanding they take down this racist propaganda
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    Kiko Casilla

    Memory playing tricks on you nibor. famara vehemently denied it, neither the referee or linesman saw it, there was no video evidence....he got done purely based on the somewhat biased testimony of two Birmingham players http://www.thefa.com/-/media/files/thefaportal/governance-docs/discipline-cases/2018/the-fa-v-famara-diedhiou---17-may-2018.ashx
  15. "What is the identity on the pitch?" 5:13 "Well the gaffer uses the term "busy bees", hustling the opposition, energetic, showing as they say that passion on the pitch, so our identity is playing like a load of school kids. Ultimately this “tactic” is about stopping the opposition rather than forcing our play onto the opposition. No wonder we barely get shots on target. you know getting the ball and playing in good areas of the pitch, fail getting the crowd out of their seat and making things happen. fail Ultimately that's what we're about and that's what we're going to get back to." Well, I’d rather you didn’t actually. If that is our identity then they really have run out of ideas
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