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"PS. I am not Jack...But Jack is clearly a bright lad"
...pure Kipper...right down to the sweaty socks...I do hope that doesn't offend Drummer...but then again...it's not directed at him...so he won't care.....
...still looking forward to you "Eddy" having a debate with "Jack" on Nelson Mandela...he's very forthright on his opinion....which is diametrically opposed to yours....and yet you're already being really ambiguous....
...bring it on...Jack and Eddy...clash of the Titans on views of Mandela...
...I see you're deflecting as usual.....I was talking about your "performance" on this board and others...
...and about your conduct on here....
...is Paul Parker posting on here....?
- Reply to Baldrick Nov 22, 2013 14:47
Humiliated again, and that's the best you can do???
PS: How's the cricket?
What was this post in response to....you didn't answer that bit..?
..selective as always...Kipperfisherroy....7***
...ohhh, and I guess you'll deny mailing Drummer the link to this place...calling for backup...because you can't beat a little woman into submission...not even with all the sock puppets at your disposal...
...you little looser...
....and it's in the hand of BT for the moment.....:)
Al, Pool is an honest club and deserves to do well. Leeds still has the stain of Bates and may never recover; unless some light is shone on his dark dealings.
Welbeck takes a heck of a lot of stick, even from Utd fans... Important to remember he's (surprisingly) only just turned 23! He's had injuries, not had a good run in the side, been all-too-often played wide left! We all saw how Ramsey - 23 on Boxing Day - went from a poor holding midfielder last season, to something approaching genius this season... maybe, just maybe Danny Welbeck is another that has suddenly become a much better player than we all thought possible? The next few games will tell us more, I'm giving him a chance, up top with Rooney, let's see what he can really do. With Kun out for at least a month, the goals at Man City, Chelsea, Everton been spread around everyone, worth the risk for Week 17, at least.
Yeh what a basterd!!! Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha ha Ahhhhhhhh! ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.....oh dear sorry I've cant stopPMSL!!! AAAhhhhhhhh! Ha ha ah ah ah aha ha ha ha haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaha ha ha ha...cant you see him now?/ smarting from having a face like a well slapped #$%$ ha ha ha ha ha! Others thought it was very funny, and clever, cept an orang----UTAN...ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
I posted this before, but Yahoo has a smart editor and decided not to publish it.
Although I dislike AVB and his 'style', he still has the best win percentage of virtually all the managers we've had. And irrespective of the two big losses, he has still got us to a reasonable points total - and achieved the highest in the club's history in the previous season. Could he have turned the 2nd half of the season and actually achieved 4th? Not sure, but giving any manager a season and a bit, IMO just isn't enough to see what they can do. Levy made the gamble when he sacked 'arry and appointed AVB - it does not say much for his and the board's decision making to have had so many managers anyway - and to then not stand by the latest decision that he made. He was under no pressure to sack 'arry.
Personally, I don't think AVB would have turned it around - but my crystal ball is no clearer than anyone else's - and to me the man should have at least been given the chance.
I don't know why some people are shocked.
They beat Newcastle 4-0, Utd, 4-1, Spurs 6-0
They have a massive and very expensive squad that had an extra day rest in between games.
We were always going to be the underdogs for this one.
Personally the score in my mind was wrong. We had offside goals called against us when they weren't offside and a penalty shout that was ignored. Milner's penalty was a joke.
Forget this game. Chelsea is the big test now. We NEED this to restore the points gap. Liverpool have got a Cardiff team on the slide this weekend, at home.
Isn't that one of the problems though? Wholesale changes become a problem rather than a solution. I don't dispute that each of the players bought may turn into a Spurs legend.
This season, to me, was the ideal chance to make the top 4 a permanent position. Changes in managers at Chelsea, Utd and Citeh - your bunch still doubting in Wenger (or were pre-season!) - Pool still not looking like challengers - and Suarez is just a liability waiting to happen.
So instead of just strengthening where we needed it (and I would have been happy for AVB to decide that) - we seem to buy 5 midfielders (when we'd already bought Dembele, Dempsey, Holtby, Glyphi already) - and still then be talking about winning every piece of silverware possible. IMHO, the league THIS season should have been the obvious priority - as another season when the top clubs all change manager isn't likely to occur too often.
But that also then gets away from the style of AVB - I just think I will have to get used to a more cautious approach - as I don't think AVB is an 'audere' character.
LOLOL, Well you just knew the Man u plastics would start to come out if they one, why do you bother Gunner when you a united supporter?.ICJ not seen for months, you win and guess what you appear, all we need now is Chrissy and Eric on here after not being seen in months, wonder why..lol. Long way to go, and I really do not see united winning it this year.
Rice didn't play with Adams. He went to Watford the same year Adams joined the youth squad.
Smith joined a few years after, when Rice had come back as a youth coach.
Hahaha!! Typical thick Geordie reply!
You watched the video, and your heart sank!
You then saw the photos, I checked the 'views' as you arrived, so you saw the photos of the same white water that was in the video, and your heart sank further.
You then went back to the video and watched the one with the rain at my mate's house, that cost him more than you could ever afford.
Now you claim you 'saw the world' in the army!
Only thick, unemployed Northerners join the army, yes sir, no sir, three bags full sir .... told when to go to bed, told when to get up, fed, clothed, free haircuts, and the minimum wage, you're even thicker than I imagined!
I've made you look stupid, again, I've been doing it for EIGHT years, you should learn to shut up, but you won't, you're a Geordie!!
Oh look, a book!
LOL you call that humiliations? Dear me, you really are sad.
Sorry to break this to you, but I honestly couldn't give two hoots what you think, I just enjoy winding you up.
And if you think that I've been nowhere, then that's great too, more fool you then, you silly old sausage jockey.
You're no traveller though, however, it's pretty evident from what I've seen on here over the years that you're a very poor bulls**t artist.
Chinned Lee Bowyer lately? Keep biting, LMFAO
How touching a scene was that eh. Roy and Hayley strutting their stuff in the Tower Ballroom, then sitting on the end of the central pier with a full moon lighting the undisturbed sea up. And the elephant that Roy won pertruding out of his handbag. truly eyewatering.
I had a word with that fortune teller regarding Leeds and Pools, I can't tell you what I said to her after her response, the language was terrible.