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    Steve Bruce

    I wont but its utter madness. Like they wouldn't call for the sacking of a manager that had plummeted them from midtable to 2nd bottom, starting the season with 0 wins in 9 and invariably playing utterly shambolic football whilst being lazy and incapable of forming a relationship with the fans. If we can't ask for Bruce to be sacked, none of them c*nts can do the same until they're in an even worse situation. Bruce is being shielded more than Arsene Wenger - one the greatest managers in football history - was.
  2. Thanks and commission in the post for the idea I presume? You're welcome Wor Flags, by the way.
  3. New Toon Rising The River Will Rise Again
  4. Probably watched on as, having won the Champions League with one of the biggest clubs in the world, then played for Italy in the European Championships, Ravenelli signed for Middlesbrough a few months later that summer, joining, Brazilian international Juninho there. ffs its the only reason almost any of these players have ever come to England its not for the weather ffs
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    Steve Bruce

    Takes some doing though but. A regular bad manager would have won a handful of manager of the month awards at least in a 1000game career. It should define the concept "the exception that proves the rule"
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    Steve Bruce

    "I'm s**t and still haven't been sacked so neh-neh-neh-neh-neh" - Bruce
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    Steve Bruce

    Imagine how thick you have to be to be played by someone as thick as Bruce. Between them, those with Saudi flags and dress and Bruce remaining its become as cringey as exciting.
  8. I've been thinking that this week looking at our training ground because I was at Sunderland in 2000 and wondered 'is this any better than what we had'. Its not that much up on the Whitburn training ground. Embarrassed by it showing up in papers and pages of international newspapers. Was a few Newcastle lads there then.
  9. Yes it was a risk to bring in Sir Bobby when we were in the bottom three, I felt Dave Bassett or George Burley were our best best. Someone shit is just the ticket right now.
  10. Martinez would be like hiring Ossie Ardiles to replace Ossie Ardiles in 92 instead of Keegan in our current situation.
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    Steve Bruce

    Like hiring the cheapest clown with the worst reputation on trust pilot to provide the entertainment at a special occasion and expecting it not to end badly. Even if he scrapes by next week he'll get another gig on the strength of it, turn up lifting of tabs and drink, knick someone's watch and puke on the floor and you'll still have to pay him for his time. In football you can't even legally approach another manager until you sack the current manager.
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    Steve Bruce

    Problem is re the atmosphere/buzz its not just Bruce's presence its his football - all this excitement, motivation, venting and then after 25minutes were on 29% possession. Its just going to be diminished by his presence by a quarter or whatever. Its little more than just a shame romantically but theres the matter of his risking squandering more points and digging the trench even deeper - not inconsiderable. The deeper s**t were in, the less likely we are to attract the best manager and players possible when the times comes. Mid-table in Jan and asking around versus bottom three
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    Steve Bruce

    Day off? So Bruce's efforts to keep his multi-million pound dream job and impress the new owners hasn't included working extra hard, overtime or being more professional but trying to pity blag them. Why change now eh?! Not even any talk of 'Newcastle have asked for permission to speak to X' - he'll be here for Spurs. You know you're a massive c**t when your mere presence puts a downer on this for tens of thousands of people
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    Sunderland

    There's been times when that has definitely not been the case. Remember me and my mates wanting them to beat Man United for the purposes of helping us with the title/champions league and because we hated Man United more (becuase they were a threat/competitor) didn't even look at the bottom half of the league in 96/97 - wasn't going to matter to us if Sunderland stayed up or not but it would if we won the league got in the CL. Hated Man United more and it was more intense because of what it meant then than ever have Sunderland, though since that's reversed just not to the same extent (who
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    Steve Bruce

    Also common for it not to happen. Hughton, Pearson, Carver in recent times alone. McDermott, Clarke, Carver again, Sugget before that took over the reigns after the manager was sacked here when being on their staff if not their right hand man. That's just us though.
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