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It's hard to figure out sometimes why you set yourself up for ridicule, does it turn you on?
For a start, SAF won 49 trophies in his managerial career, to Paisley's 20
Everyone knows Paisley, a great manager, inherited the best side in England, and had no need to rebuild.
SAF inherited a very average side that had to be rebuilt from top to bottom, not one single player SAF inherited was in the team that won the very first EPL title.
SAF also managed United for 26 years, Paisley for eight, Liverpool won five more titles after Paisley, then nothing.
Nevertheless, Paisley was a great manager, his achievements can never be disputed, and certainly shows up managers like Arsene Wenger, who also inherited a top team, and with a trophy to year average of 0.61, less than half that of SAF.
- Reply to Dopey Gillian Brown Nov 13, 2013 08:31
Wishing you a good weekend. I'm traveling till next week so don't feel abandoned or ignored and keep this board going.
- Reply to Dopey Gillian Brown Nov 13, 2013 08:31
"all your wins were against teams at the bottom of the table."
Aston Villa were second in the league when we played them....
Excerpts from 50 shades of Geordie.
I knew as soon as I walked through the door from dropping the bairn off at school that I was ganna get some.
I peeped through the fist hole in the living room door and saw the half a roly burning away in the ashtray perched on the arm of me new Brighthouse corner settee. The telly was turned reet doon, ah cudn't even hear what Lorraine was sayin aboot the new fashions for the summer or nowt. Then a saw him, and me heart skipped skipped a beat (just like that Olly Murs). He'd obviously had a crisis loan and been doon the metty coz he was wearing a fresh new trackie bottoms and brand new pair of flossies, his rippling white chest peeped out from behind the zip of his supadry coat, that was sexily only zipped halfway up, just enough to cover the tack burns but give me a cheeky glimpse of what was to come.
He pulled me towards him and whispered "Y'all reet pet" before planting the lips on me, I trembled under the aroma of Golden Virginia and stale Stella. He took me there and then, right on the Argos rug whilst our staffy Tyson looked on.
He left without a word, but he would return soon, with tales of a fight in the Jobcentre queue and his joy at finding a pound coin on the floor of the 54. I tried to settle myself with a tab and a can but all the while that one question burned in my heart........
Will he remember my pasty from Greggs??
...it's Mr Dodge coming up with a convoluted, abusive, excuse for getting his abusive posts wrong....again..
...you are funny...Mr Dodge....yet a bit of a worry...: (
...enjoy your "cocoa"...and have sweet dreams....;)
..."Rooney's latest crazy kick on Mutch"..... are you suggesting he's kicked him before...?...or is it just your poor grammar...
....as for Rooney...if it's thought applicable...then he should be held as accountable as other players are under the "pilot scheme"....he might well be....so what's your beef. tonight...?
...ohhhh....wrong board again...I guess you were just looking for a ruck...?...:)
...if I didn't know you were an adult....I'd say that was juvenile, attention seeking behaviour....
....but don't worry....I'm sure that when Mr Dodgeabanana gets around to posting his list of the "main men" who value his opinion ....and who he pays homage to....
.....you'll be right up there...with Loopy Lou and the OINKING Outback Ultimate Yahoo User...not forgetting the flaky Mr 99.... and all of Mr Dodge's sock puppets...
... don't ever feel undervalued or overlooked....Mr Fabongrassss.....
...you have an adoring public out there....:)
Well you've got Jussi, so might as well spread the risk with sacker. Luk or Neg? Look, I thought the derby would be 0-0 or 1-0 to either... lol, so god knows? Stoke are tough, or are they? Weird season mate... I'm going heavy on City up top v Swans, it has written 5-0 all over it... or does it? Theo, Ram or Cout? Hmmm, Theo is a great price, but perhaps not quite "match ready" despite being match fit, bench for me. Leaves Ram or Cout? Ram for me (although I'll start both).
Mr Dodge....who started this thread...?
...and who "made up" the name "Peter Grainger"....(now conveniently deceased)...?
...btw...love your new sock puppet...."Eddy" sounds so sincere...
...did you use 2-ply or 4-ply to knit him...?
Christ! That's a sad piece of sh..t calling itself sweetblindless you have there. A real desperado.
"there's a woman on my lap, and she's drinking champagne. With white skin, and assassins eyes........I used to care but, times have changed......."
Coutinho has recovered and is fit to face Norwich, Barkley will compete with Osman for a starting place v Utd and it's hoped Oscar will be okay for Sunderland, although Chelsea do not lack cover! So Coutinho of those 3 looks most likely (certain) to start.
After a minus pts score prices drop so you get better value. Personally I think Lloris @6.13 looks a screaming buy, and Spurs have a decent Dec/Jan to come. But if you're a manager who changes keeper every week, then Mig looks okay @10.73, the only thing I don't like about Mig is the continual defensive disruption in front of him, never settled... I have a sneaky feeling Palace might surprise West Ham tonight, and although Newcastle are on a great little run atm, Swans are no mugs at home.