Jump to content

Alan Oliver - F**k off will ya?


GeordieDazzler
 Share

Recommended Posts

Anal Oliver is indeed a prize turd.

I to this day will not forgive him for crawling and arse licking a "London Journo" who represented Arsenal on Sky's pre-final journo talk. Bob Cass was there and was clearly revolted at Anal's slobbering up to the Lahndener (who sneered at Anal almost as much as Cass glowered)

 

Link to post
Share on other sites

Just don't buy the Chronicle. They'll soon get the message.

Theres more than that as reasons I've stopped getting the Chron lately.

Link to post
Share on other sites

Even Oliver's sticking the boot in and about time too:

 

It just doesn't get any worseNov 6 2006

 

 

 

 

By The Evening Chronicle

 

 

Newcastle United fans used to live the dream - a dream of success and trophies. Now they a living a nightmare - a nightmare of relegation and all it entails.

 

Certainly, Saturday was a nightmare for everyone connected with Newcastle United and a day when everything that could have gone wrong did go wrong.

 

And it was a day when United were absolutely pathetic - as pathetic as they had been brilliant a couple of days earlier beating Palermo on their own Sicilian patch.

 

It wasn't just the defeat but the manner of it. And I hope I never ever see players in a black-and-white shirt pull out of a tackle again like a couple did on Saturday.

 

Sheffield United did not shirk any tackles and, make no mistake about it, while Charlton Athletic were so lucky to get a point seven days earlier, the Blades were well worth their first away victory in the Premiership as United stuttered from the off and never ever got going.

 

 

 

Glenn Roeder was already without three strikers in Michael Owen, Oba Martins and Shola Ameobi and Kieron Dyer, who can also play up front. Then Antoine Sibierski, whom the United boss was looking to take some of the weight off the diminutive Seppe Rossi, decided he wasn't fit enough to play on Saturday lunch-time.

 

 

And after that things went from bad to worse for United. They got off to a bad start and the United fans could have been excused from thinking that they were just suffering from the trip to Sicily and that it could only get better.

 

 

But six of Saturday's starting line-up did not play against Palermo. And things did not get better. In fact, they became a lot worse. Indeed, I cannot think of any time visiting keeper Paddy Kenny looked in any trouble.

 

 

Even when Charles N'Zogbia, who has never been the same player since his mentor Jean Alain Boumsong left, saw his effort hit the crossbar it was more of a cross than a shot.

 

 

Roeder had to try something and he did by bringing on Nobby Solano and Emre at the interval. But Nobby never got going and ,while Emre tried hard enough, nothing seemed to come off for him.

 

 

Someone who did come off was James Milner, much to the annoyance of the crowd when he was substituted for Albert Luque in the 67th minute. I can see where Roeder was coming from because Damien Duff had been completely ineffective alongside Seppe Rossi and the little striker was in desperate need of some help.

 

 

At the same time Duff can turn any match and Roeder was right to keep him on and switch him out on the left, but it was unfortunate that Milner had to be the one who gave way.

 

 

Speaking of Duff, he was named by pundits in the close season as probably the buy of the summer. Well, if he's not careful he will be branded the flop of the winter unless he pulls his socks up.

 

 

But he wasn't the only one. When Danny Webber put Sheffield United in front in the 68th minute, United needed the players to stand up and be counted. None did.

 

 

And perhaps the tragedy about Saturday is that not one person in the stadium expected Newcastle to come back from going a goal down.

 

 

That suggests that the players are lacking in something. It could be character. It could even be that at times some of them have hearts as big as a pea.

 

 

It's most definitely a lack of bottle when United go behind. And that quite simply isn't good enough.

 

 

The Newcastle United players have got to look at themselves. They have got to ask themselves were Charlton Athletic a better team than Fenerbahce? And were Palermo not far, far superior to Sheffield United?

 

 

Yet while the Turks and the Italians were beaten, United could only pick up one home point out of six against two teams who could well go down at the end of the season.

 

 

And if they turn in many more performances like Saturday Newcastle United will join them.

 

 

Olly's verdict

 

 

This was as bad as it gets, United.

 

 

Link to post
Share on other sites

Even Oliver's sticking the boot in and about time too:

 

It just doesn't get any worseNov 6 2006

 

 

 

 

By The Evening Chronicle

 

 

Newcastle United fans used to live the dream - a dream of success and trophies. Now they a living a nightmare - a nightmare of relegation and all it entails.

 

Certainly, Saturday was a nightmare for everyone connected with Newcastle United and a day when everything that could have gone wrong did go wrong.

 

And it was a day when United were absolutely pathetic - as pathetic as they had been brilliant a couple of days earlier beating Palermo on their own Sicilian patch.

 

It wasn't just the defeat but the manner of it. And I hope I never ever see players in a black-and-white shirt pull out of a tackle again like a couple did on Saturday.

 

Sheffield United did not shirk any tackles and, make no mistake about it, while Charlton Athletic were so lucky to get a point seven days earlier, the Blades were well worth their first away victory in the Premiership as United stuttered from the off and never ever got going.

 

 

 

Glenn Roeder was already without three strikers in Michael Owen, Oba Martins and Shola Ameobi and Kieron Dyer, who can also play up front. Then Antoine Sibierski, whom the United boss was looking to take some of the weight off the diminutive Seppe Rossi, decided he wasn't fit enough to play on Saturday lunch-time.

 

 

And after that things went from bad to worse for United. They got off to a bad start and the United fans could have been excused from thinking that they were just suffering from the trip to Sicily and that it could only get better.

 

 

But six of Saturday's starting line-up did not play against Palermo. And things did not get better. In fact, they became a lot worse. Indeed, I cannot think of any time visiting keeper Paddy Kenny looked in any trouble.

 

 

Even when Charles N'Zogbia, who has never been the same player since his mentor Jean Alain Boumsong left, saw his effort hit the crossbar it was more of a cross than a shot.

 

 

Roeder had to try something and he did by bringing on Nobby Solano and Emre at the interval. But Nobby never got going and ,while Emre tried hard enough, nothing seemed to come off for him.

 

 

Someone who did come off was James Milner, much to the annoyance of the crowd when he was substituted for Albert Luque in the 67th minute. I can see where Roeder was coming from because Damien Duff had been completely ineffective alongside Seppe Rossi and the little striker was in desperate need of some help.

 

 

At the same time Duff can turn any match and Roeder was right to keep him on and switch him out on the left, but it was unfortunate that Milner had to be the one who gave way.

 

 

Speaking of Duff, he was named by pundits in the close season as probably the buy of the summer. Well, if he's not careful he will be branded the flop of the winter unless he pulls his socks up.

 

 

But he wasn't the only one. When Danny Webber put Sheffield United in front in the 68th minute, United needed the players to stand up and be counted. None did.

 

 

And perhaps the tragedy about Saturday is that not one person in the stadium expected Newcastle to come back from going a goal down.

 

 

That suggests that the players are lacking in something. It could be character. It could even be that at times some of them have hearts as big as a pea.

 

 

It's most definitely a lack of bottle when United go behind. And that quite simply isn't good enough.

 

 

The Newcastle United players have got to look at themselves. They have got to ask themselves were Charlton Athletic a better team than Fenerbahce? And were Palermo not far, far superior to Sheffield United?

 

 

Yet while the Turks and the Italians were beaten, United could only pick up one home point out of six against two teams who could well go down at the end of the season.

 

 

And if they turn in many more performances like Saturday Newcastle United will join them.

 

 

Olly's verdict

 

 

This was as bad as it gets, United.

 

 

 

I think the word he was trying to find is "ability".

Link to post
Share on other sites

Even when Charles N'Zogbia, who has never been the same player since his mentor Jean Alain Boumsong left, saw his effort hit the crossbar it was more of a cross than a shot.

 

Gotta love Oliver for that comment haven't you.. :shock:

Link to post
Share on other sites

So THAT's the reason he's went downhill. Of course! Nowt to do with him being shunted between team and bench, flitting between positions in a God-awful team and seeing an underperforming Irishman taking away his first-team slot mind. If Boumsong was still here he would be MINT.

Link to post
Share on other sites

 

Glenn Roeder was already without three strikers in Michael Owen, Oba Martins and Shola Ameobi and Kieron Dyer, who can also play up front. Then Antoine Sibierski, whom the United boss was looking to take some of the weight off the diminutive Seppe Rossi, decided he wasn't fit enough to play on Saturday lunch-time.

 

Le Sib - a shirker? Or more that he's foreign?

 

Link to post
Share on other sites

Even when Charles N'Zogbia, who has never been the same player since his mentor Jean Alain Boumsong left, saw his effort hit the crossbar it was more of a cross than a shot.

 

Gotta love Oliver for that comment haven't you.. :shock:

Still detest the arse licking bastard though.

Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now
 Share

×
×
  • Create New...