|Would really rather players concentrated on getting the job done before gobbing off. He could look very silly indeed. But then, it all adds to the panto I guess.|
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Dougs wrote:Its the game now. Someone sticks a mic in front of his face post match, asks him a stupid question and then its all over the news. Its almost always more benign than the media wankers make out.
Would really rather players concentrated on getting the job done before gobbing off. He could look very silly indeed. But then, it all adds to the panto I guess.
His previous comments came just before the last NLD.
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“the other North London club”
I don't know why I find this funny but I do.
Edited by Syrette at 14:13:54 07-05-2013
I dunno, Chesney is a bit like that. He likes to ruffle a few feathers. His confidence is part of the reason I like him, but it's a fine line
Ah well, twatty thing to say then!
Confidence is when you talk yourself up, not others down.
Hes getting football confused with WWF.
He's most likely correct, however. The prat that he is.
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THFourteen wrote:Spurs don't have enough quality but Chelsea have two "won't be easy" games left. Something doesn't add up Chesney.
Szczesny said: “If we win our next two games it will be enough because either Chelsea or Spurs will drop points when they play each other.good man
“If you look at Chelsea’s fixtures, they have Tottenham and Everton left and they won’t be easy games.
“And Tottenham do not have enough quality, so there you go.”
It is Szczesny’s latest attack on Spurs after he called them “the other North London club” and a club he “hates”.
"Please trip up and give us headline, please!" http://www1.skysports.com/football/news/11675/8697418/
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AVB hits back
To be fair, Szczesny has been with us for like 7 years.
I do enjoy it when players at least pretend to love the club instead of overtly being mercenary bastards. I know that almost no player has any loyalty, but it's much more fun to pretend than just acknowledge it.
Anfield: the victims, the anger and Liverpool's shameful truth
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@morriss Read that last night, it's disgraceful what they've done. Given what they do to support the Hillsbrough families it's quite surprising they've gone to such lengths to undermine the Liverpool area, and the council have been just as bad.
The telling quote is the guy who said 'If they simply asked us, most of us would have moved as we support the club'.
Stoke are fucking terrible.As a Stoke fan, I can confirm this. We weren't too shabby in the 1st half. Had some good link up play, looked like 'a bit' of a threat at times. Second half I don't know what the tactical fucking dinosaur said to them but it's been a snapshot of our season. Failure to press teams, failure to do anything but smash the ball from the back to no one, it's been a fucking horrible season for the most part. As much as I appreciate what Pulis has done here (with generous financial backing from St. Peter), he's got to go for the good of the clubs future. We're more than capable of playing a decent mixture of football, it all falls on Pulis' lack of ambition and failure to adapt.
Newcastle are too big to go down.Strange statement to make given their recent flirtation with the Championship. They've got difficult games and Wigan know how to survive (unfortunately). This time round I can't see Wigan getting out of it.
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Come on Wigan!
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I know this isn't Premiership but I thought it was worth posting as:
a) it's a classy statement from the Millwall chairman, a chairman who didn't actually want his manager to go for a change, and seemed to do all that he could to change his mind about going
b) it's the only time I've ever typed 'classy' and 'Millwall' in the same sentence
A statement on the Millwall website said the board of directors had accepted Jackett's resignation "with reluctance".
"I want to express my thanks to Kenny for his fantastic service and achievements over the past five and a half years," Millwall chairman John Berylson said.
"He has played a major role in creating a stable environment at Millwall which hadn't been the case prior to his arrival.
"Whilst respecting Kenny's decision, I wish I could have persuaded him to change his mind.
"He was my first acquisition as chairman of the club and has proved himself to be one of the best. I am losing a great manager but he will remain a good friend.
"I know everyone associated with Millwall will wish Kenny all the very best with his future endeavours.
"We are now determined to move the club forward and build on the foundations Kenny has provided towards even greater success."
can anyone pm me a link to any decent football streaming sites?
wiziwig is your friend. Always a couple of good links on there.
@kalel - cheers
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You say potatoe, I say Andy Carroll.
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Tyler and Smith are a bit biased tonight aren't they.
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