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  1. 1. Are you satisfied with Steve Bruce's performance at the club?

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1 minute ago, HTT II said:

Highest level? If NUFC were a manager, it would be Steve Bruce, they are both at the same level as each other and that’s why, err, we are absolute fucking shite. They both operate at each other’s level. A perfect marriage!

It's fucking tragic! 

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Given the pre-season reaction to this cunt, this season could get very messy indeed.

 

Particularly because he won't walk, Ashley will certainly not sack him and Bruce will keep getting it wrong in the press.

 

Toxicity will be the watch word.

 

I honestly hope we make his life an utter utter misery.

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Everything's always a battle with him isn't it? Battle to get fit, battle to stay up, battle to stay in the cups, battle to secure a signing, the constant barrage of negativity is just bizarre. It's almost as if he knows that pushing the struggle relentlessly will hoodwink some into thinking that his repeated failures as a manager is simply down to his unlucky hand he's been dealt. This constant battle to achieve anything of note attracts sympathy from his mates in the press. It's as if he's engineering the narrative so he either 'triumphs' in the face of adversity or heroically succumbs to the constant battles he's fighting and inevitable losing. 

 

Completely ignoring the fact he's actually in charge of the team and is able to influence every single thing that he does with his squad on a daily basis and has been for 2 fucking years now. He's a horrible, sly, 2 faced, manipulative cunt. 

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13 minutes ago, midds said:

Everything's always a battle with him isn't it? Battle to get fit, battle to stay up, battle to stay in the cups, battle to secure a signing, the constant barrage of negativity is just bizarre. It's almost as if he knows that pushing the struggle relentlessly will hoodwink some into thinking that his repeated failures as a manager is simply down to his unlucky hand he's been dealt. This constant battle to achieve anything of note attracts sympathy from his mates in the press. It's as if he's engineering the narrative so he either 'triumphs' in the face of adversity or heroically succumbs to the constant battles he's fighting and inevitable losing. 

 

Completely ignoring the fact he's actually in charge of the team and is able to influence every single thing that he does with his squad on a daily basis and has been for 2 fucking years now. He's a horrible, sly, 2 faced, manipulative cunt. 

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11 minutes ago, Pilko said:

Quite excited from seeing those chants at Rotherham how nasty it might get for him when we make the inevitable shit start.


Hopefully from about the 10th minute in the West Ham game.

 

Genuinely never felt this much hate towards anyone in football before.

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Never fails to surprise me people's assumptions that there's going to be sustained anger from the terraces. If we lose a few on the bounce, maybe there'll be some aggro, but it only takes a win to settle things down again. This is why Edwards' tweets about 'toxicity' cos some matchgoing fans grumbled for a few minutes is so funny. Toxic. :lol: They fucking went

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He took the job fully knowing the circumstances. He willingly signed up for this. Give him fucking hell. 

 

He's just the fucking tip of the iceberg though, whoever comes in next will need to be just as cucked as the rest of them. It's been Ashley for fifteen years. Give them both hell.

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11 minutes ago, Yorkie said:

Never fails to surprise me people's assumptions that there's going to be sustained anger from the terraces. If we lose a few on the bounce, maybe there'll be some aggro, but it only takes a win to settle things down again. This is why Edwards' tweets about 'toxicity' cos some matchgoing fans grumbled for a few minutes is so funny. Toxic. :lol:

At least it has already started in pre season though, let's not forget these same fans were singing Brucey give us a wave a couple of pre seasons ago.

 

I don't think it will get 'nasty', what does that even mean, someone running on and confronting him?

 

It won't be comfortable for him though.

 

It's the only thing to be mildy interested about.

 

 

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8 minutes ago, Menace said:

Not playing devils advocate here, but when did people start caring about friendlies so much? I didn't even know we played yesterday tbf.

That's why i'm a bit encouraged, having a go at him in a friendly is a good start at least.

 

Not that anyone should even be at the matches like, but if you are, at least do something.

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1 hour ago, midds said:

Everything's always a battle with him isn't it? Battle to get fit, battle to stay up, battle to stay in the cups, battle to secure a signing, the constant barrage of negativity is just bizarre. It's almost as if he knows that pushing the struggle relentlessly will hoodwink some into thinking that his repeated failures as a manager is simply down to his unlucky hand he's been dealt. This constant battle to achieve anything of note attracts sympathy from his mates in the press. It's as if he's engineering the narrative so he either 'triumphs' in the face of adversity or heroically succumbs to the constant battles he's fighting and inevitable losing. 

 

Completely ignoring the fact he's actually in charge of the team and is able to influence every single thing that he does with his squad on a daily basis and has been for 2 fucking years now. He's a horrible, sly, 2 faced, manipulative cunt. 

 

Beautifully put!

 

I literally change channel if his big cabbage bonce ever appear and go out of my way to not his utterly pathetic quotes!

 

Hes an absolute fraud and a bellend!

 

 

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1 hour ago, ToonArmy1892 said:

He is the total opposite of Rafa in every way.

 

 

You just couldn't imagine Rafa putting his hand down his pants to give his town halls a good juggling in front of the press and fans at a training session could you. 

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1 hour ago, Menace said:

Not playing devils advocate here, but when did people start caring about friendlies so much? I didn't even know we played yesterday tbf.

 

By pre-Ashley standards people don't care about friendlies now

5,000 to Ibrox, 45,000 at the Charity Shield, Barcelona/Juventus/Bayern at home, Juventus away, televised friendlies, seeing big new signings play, 100k gates on Asian tours, looking ahead to the  next season with varying degrees of excitment.

 

 

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6 minutes ago, jonbobson said:

The fans had pardew almost in tears and scared to leave the dugout.

 

It will be worse for Brucey, I'm quite sure of that.

 

If the takeover was still a realistic prospect Bruce could have coasted for another season. With it all going nowhere and the PL dug in for the long haul against the hated northern upstarts NUFC, Brucey will start to feel the pressure more.

 

Ironic that his biggest fan Luke Baldwards was taking the piss out of fans who wanted the takeover, and now that it's coming apart, his chum will be getting more flak not less. I do take some small delicious pleasure in that. 

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