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1 hour ago, TK-421 said:

 

:icon_puke_r:

 

When you do things like that about a man like Steve Bruce,

I've kept quiet, but I'll tell you something,

He went down in my estimation when he said that,

But i'll tell you, you can tell him now if you're reading it,

We're still hating this cabbage head....and...... i'll tell you,

honestly, I will love it if you called him a cunt, love it!

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5 minutes ago, TRon said:

 

Not at all, if players are allowed to do as they please, why wouldn't they? It's fine if you want to scrabble around at the bottom of the table every year, but if we want to improve, we'll need far more ambition and professionalism. 

 

ASM was criticised by Favre I believe for a lax attitude in France, if he wants to go on to the next level, he'll have to get used to stricter standards. He's still young, so he's got everything to gain by being led properly, this could be a massive opportunity for him. 

 

Yeah, going to be interesting to see how things work out for him going forward.

 

Vieira had no time for him at Nice, and it was under Vieira we were able to snap him up, because he had pretty much written ASM off.

 

You see how hard Vieira's Palace side play and how disciplined he has them, and it begins to make some sense why he felt he couldn't use him.

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2 minutes ago, AyeDubbleYoo said:

 

Seriously? :lol:

 

Finally gave up and went "everything is bad forever" in recent months. Barely watched NUFC matches last season when it used to be a weekend routine. Spurs was the first match I saw this season.

 

:lol:

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Good is to step aside and let the rest of the premier league take a run at home. No doubt he’ll be the belle of the ball.

 

This is a good day for everyone, we get to move on and Bruce gets the pay off and victim status he has been desperate for. No doubt he’ll be offered gigs at talksport and sky off the back of it, so he can share his thoughts on dustiness and rolled up sleeves with the nation.

 

The overwhelming feeling is relief, for all the obvious reasons. He’s a poor manager and has proven to be a poor character as well. In the future I’d like to see us stay away from British managers, the relationship between them and our xenophobic, brown nosing, golf wanker, football media is toxic and it just isn’t worth it.

 

 

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1 minute ago, WarrenBartonCentrePartin said:

What's unfortunately being lost in the news is that this is ultimately the end of Jeffrey Patrick Hendrick, too.

 

One thing that's going to be so interesting is to see who the new manager ends up liking for his system and who he may surprisingly get more out of.

 

If we do get Fonseca for example, who worked with a lot of Brazilian prospects at Donetsk and who of course speaks Portuguese, we might finally see big Joe unlocked ;D

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1 minute ago, KaKa said:

 

One thing that's going to be so interesting is to see who the new manager ends up liking for his system and who he may surprisingly get more out of.

 

If we do get Fonseca for example, who worked with a lot of Brazilian prospects at Donetsk and who of course speaks Portuguese, we might finally see big Joe unlocked ;D

 

I love your optimism.

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Just now, LRD said:

 

I love your optimism.

 

I'm not that optimistic really :lol:

 

It's just going to be fun getting to see what this squad of players is really all about now. By God it had all become so tedious.

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3 minutes ago, Kimbo said:

Good is to step aside and let the rest of the premier league take a run at home. No doubt he’ll be the belle of the ball.

 

This is a good day for everyone, we get to move on and Bruce gets the pay off and victim status he has been desperate for. No doubt he’ll be offered gigs at talksport and sky off the back of it, so he can share his thoughts on dustiness and rolled up sleeves with the nation.

 

The overwhelming feeling is relief, for all the obvious reasons. He’s a poor manager and has proven to be a poor character as well. In the future I’d like to see us stay away from British managers, the relationship between them and our xenophobic, brown nosing, golf wanker, football media is toxic and it just isn’t worth it.

 

 

 

Would have been happy with one of the modern up and coming British managers like Howe or Potter prior to the takeover, but we've sort of left them behind now. But the future lies in these more intelligent types, not the up and at 'em Pulis brigade. 

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14 minutes ago, InspectorCoarse said:

In a proper team showboaters like ASM wouldnt even be in the reserves

 

You see I thought the same after his first handful of games after only seeing brief highlights.

 

But just like HBA before him there is so much more to his game and ASM has done a shit load of dirty work for the team as well as being the shining light going forward.

 

Its about balance, someone like Bobby would have given a (wide) boundary to operate in and got his left back to do a shit load of covering.

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