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Vito 51 posts  |  Last Activity: Feb 16, 2012 05:50 Member since: Jan 10, 2012
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  • Sorry, but I have always maintained that your league is sub-standard and now the proof is there for all to see. Only Chelsea remain in the CL, and being so low on confidence, and after a bollocking from Roman, are likely heading for the exit as well.

    We could have been 6-0 had Robinho passed rather than shot after his brilliant solo run into the box, and had Pato scored in his one-on-one.

    Your brand of hoof-it-and-run football has run its course and look for no further proof than only 2 teams having won this in over a decade, with both of them being flukes on penalties.

  • Sorry, but I have always maintained that your league is sub-standard and now the proof is there for all to see. Only Chelsea remain in the CL, and being so low on confidence, and after a bollocking from Roman, are likely heading for the exit as well.

    We could have been 6-0 had Robinho passed rather than shot after his brilliant solo run into the box, and had Pato scored in his one-on-one.

    Your brand of hoof-it-and-run football has run its course and look for no further proof than only 2 teams having won this in over a decade, with both of them being flukes on penalties.

  • Sorry, but I have always maintained that your league is sub-standard and now the proof is there for all to see. Only Chelsea remain in the CL, and being so low on confidence, and after a bollocking from Roman, are likely heading for the exit as well.

    We could have been 6-0 had Robinho passed rather than shot after his brilliant solo run into the box, and had Pato scored in his one-on-one.

    Your brand of hoof-it-and-run football has run its course and look for no further proof than only 2 teams having won this in over a decade, with both of them being flukes on penalties.

  • Sorry, but I have always maintained that your league is sub-standard and now the proof is there for all to see. Only Chelsea remain in the CL, and being so low on confidence, and after a bollocking from Roman, are likely heading for the exit as well.

    We could have been 6-0 had Robinho passed rather than shot after his brilliant solo run into the box, and had Pato scored in his one-on-one.

    Your brand of hoof-it-and-run football has run its course and look for no further proof than only 2 teams having won this in over a decade, with both of them being flukes on penalties.

  • Sorry, but I have always maintained that your league is sub-standard and now the proof is there for all to see. Only Chelsea remain in the CL, and being so low on confidence, and after a bollocking from Roman, are likely heading for the exit as well.

    We could have been 6-0 had Robinho passed rather than shot after his brilliant solo run into the box, and had Pato scored in his one-on-one.

    Your brand of hoof-it-and-run football has run its course and look for no further proof than only 2 teams having won this in over a decade, with both of them being flukes on penalties.

  • Sorry, but I have always maintained that your league is sub-standard and now the proof is there for all to see. Only Chelsea remain in the CL, and being so low on confidence, and after a bollocking from Roman, are likely heading for the exit as well.

    We could have been 6-0 had Robinho passed rather than shot after his brilliant solo run into the box, and had Pato scored in his one-on-one.

    Your brand of hoof-it-and-run football has run its course and look for no further proof than only 2 teams having won this in over a decade, with both of them being flukes on penalties.

  • First Anders Frisk and now this. When are Chelsea's disgraceful fans going to stop? Have their club hierarchy no shame? Why haven't these ultras been eliminated/banned from your league yet? Full article below:

    Anton Ferdinand is believed to have been sent a bullet in the post ahead of Saturday's FA Cup tie between QPR and Chelsea.

    The incident happened less than 24 hours before the already highly charged fixture which kicks-off at midday on Saturday.

    A Scotland Yard spokesman said: “We are investigating an allegation of malicious communication received today at QPR football club. Officers from Hammersmith and Fulhamare investigating."

    The package is believed to have contained a shotgun cartridge and a death threat.

    The new development came on the same day Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas insisted QPR's Ferdinand should shake hands withJohn Terry before the FA Cup clash at Loftus Road.

    Villas-Boas said he hoped and expected Ferdinand not to snub Terry, despite allegations the Rangers defender was the victim of a racist slur from the England captain during October's Premier League game between the sides.

    The players square off for the first time since then, and just four days before the court case begins in which Terry stands accused of abusing Ferdinand.

    Ferdinand is reportedly agonising over whether to shake Terry's hand, amid fears it could be viewed as hypocritical. Asked if it was important he did so, Villas-Boas said: "Extremely important, extremely important."

    He added: "This game is based on good values more than anything else. These players should continue to promote these good values."

    Villas-Boas reiterated he would not consider leaving out Terry and said he had not felt the need to check on his frame of mind this week.

    "No, not at all," he said. "I have to count on the player, and the player is fit and available for the game."

    He also revealed he had no plans to issue special instructions to his players reminding them to stay calm amid what is likely to be a hostile atmosphere.

    Admitting there were "extra responsibilities" to consider, he added: "I won't speak to the players specifically about that before the game, not at all."

  • First Anders Frisk and now this. When are Chelsea's disgraceful fans going to stop? Have their club hierarchy no shame? Why haven't these ultras been eliminated/banned from your league yet? Full article below:

    Anton Ferdinand is believed to have been sent a bullet in the post ahead of Saturday's FA Cup tie between QPR and Chelsea.

    The incident happened less than 24 hours before the already highly charged fixture which kicks-off at midday on Saturday.

    A Scotland Yard spokesman said: “We are investigating an allegation of malicious communication received today at QPR football club. Officers from Hammersmith and Fulhamare investigating."

    The package is believed to have contained a shotgun cartridge and a death threat.

    The new development came on the same day Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas insisted QPR's Ferdinand should shake hands withJohn Terry before the FA Cup clash at Loftus Road.

    Villas-Boas said he hoped and expected Ferdinand not to snub Terry, despite allegations the Rangers defender was the victim of a racist slur from the England captain during October's Premier League game between the sides.

    The players square off for the first time since then, and just four days before the court case begins in which Terry stands accused of abusing Ferdinand.

    Ferdinand is reportedly agonising over whether to shake Terry's hand, amid fears it could be viewed as hypocritical. Asked if it was important he did so, Villas-Boas said: "Extremely important, extremely important."

    He added: "This game is based on good values more than anything else. These players should continue to promote these good values."

    Villas-Boas reiterated he would not consider leaving out Terry and said he had not felt the need to check on his frame of mind this week.

    "No, not at all," he said. "I have to count on the player, and the player is fit and available for the game."

    He also revealed he had no plans to issue special instructions to his players reminding them to stay calm amid what is likely to be a hostile atmosphere.

    Admitting there were "extra responsibilities" to consider, he added: "I won't speak to the players specifically about that before the game, not at all."

  • First Anders Frisk and now this. When are Chelsea's disgraceful fans going to stop? Have their club hierarchy no shame? Why haven't these ultras been eliminated/banned from your league yet? Full article below:

    Anton Ferdinand is believed to have been sent a bullet in the post ahead of Saturday's FA Cup tie between QPR and Chelsea.

    The incident happened less than 24 hours before the already highly charged fixture which kicks-off at midday on Saturday.

    A Scotland Yard spokesman said: “We are investigating an allegation of malicious communication received today at QPR football club. Officers from Hammersmith and Fulhamare investigating."

    The package is believed to have contained a shotgun cartridge and a death threat.

    The new development came on the same day Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas insisted QPR's Ferdinand should shake hands withJohn Terry before the FA Cup clash at Loftus Road.

    Villas-Boas said he hoped and expected Ferdinand not to snub Terry, despite allegations the Rangers defender was the victim of a racist slur from the England captain during October's Premier League game between the sides.

    The players square off for the first time since then, and just four days before the court case begins in which Terry stands accused of abusing Ferdinand.

    Ferdinand is reportedly agonising over whether to shake Terry's hand, amid fears it could be viewed as hypocritical. Asked if it was important he did so, Villas-Boas said: "Extremely important, extremely important."

    He added: "This game is based on good values more than anything else. These players should continue to promote these good values."

    Villas-Boas reiterated he would not consider leaving out Terry and said he had not felt the need to check on his frame of mind this week.

    "No, not at all," he said. "I have to count on the player, and the player is fit and available for the game."

    He also revealed he had no plans to issue special instructions to his players reminding them to stay calm amid what is likely to be a hostile atmosphere.

    Admitting there were "extra responsibilities" to consider, he added: "I won't speak to the players specifically about that before the game, not at all."

  • First Anders Frisk and now this. When are Chelsea's disgraceful fans going to stop? Have their club hierarchy no shame? Why haven't these ultras been eliminated/banned from your league yet? Full article below:

    Anton Ferdinand is believed to have been sent a bullet in the post ahead of Saturday's FA Cup tie between QPR and Chelsea.

    The incident happened less than 24 hours before the already highly charged fixture which kicks-off at midday on Saturday.

    A Scotland Yard spokesman said: “We are investigating an allegation of malicious communication received today at QPR football club. Officers from Hammersmith and Fulhamare investigating."

    The package is believed to have contained a shotgun cartridge and a death threat.

    The new development came on the same day Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas insisted QPR's Ferdinand should shake hands withJohn Terry before the FA Cup clash at Loftus Road.

    Villas-Boas said he hoped and expected Ferdinand not to snub Terry, despite allegations the Rangers defender was the victim of a racist slur from the England captain during October's Premier League game between the sides.

    The players square off for the first time since then, and just four days before the court case begins in which Terry stands accused of abusing Ferdinand.

    Ferdinand is reportedly agonising over whether to shake Terry's hand, amid fears it could be viewed as hypocritical. Asked if it was important he did so, Villas-Boas said: "Extremely important, extremely important."

    He added: "This game is based on good values more than anything else. These players should continue to promote these good values."

    Villas-Boas reiterated he would not consider leaving out Terry and said he had not felt the need to check on his frame of mind this week.

    "No, not at all," he said. "I have to count on the player, and the player is fit and available for the game."

    He also revealed he had no plans to issue special instructions to his players reminding them to stay calm amid what is likely to be a hostile atmosphere.

    Admitting there were "extra responsibilities" to consider, he added: "I won't speak to the players specifically about that before the game, not at all."

  • First Anders Frisk and now this. When are Chelsea's disgraceful fans going to stop? Have their club hierarchy no shame? Why haven't these ultras been eliminated/banned from your league yet? Full article below:

    Anton Ferdinand is believed to have been sent a bullet in the post ahead of Saturday's FA Cup tie between QPR and Chelsea.

    The incident happened less than 24 hours before the already highly charged fixture which kicks-off at midday on Saturday.

    A Scotland Yard spokesman said: “We are investigating an allegation of malicious communication received today at QPR football club. Officers from Hammersmith and Fulhamare investigating."

    The package is believed to have contained a shotgun cartridge and a death threat.

    The new development came on the same day Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas insisted QPR's Ferdinand should shake hands withJohn Terry before the FA Cup clash at Loftus Road.

    Villas-Boas said he hoped and expected Ferdinand not to snub Terry, despite allegations the Rangers defender was the victim of a racist slur from the England captain during October's Premier League game between the sides.

    The players square off for the first time since then, and just four days before the court case begins in which Terry stands accused of abusing Ferdinand.

    Ferdinand is reportedly agonising over whether to shake Terry's hand, amid fears it could be viewed as hypocritical. Asked if it was important he did so, Villas-Boas said: "Extremely important, extremely important."

    He added: "This game is based on good values more than anything else. These players should continue to promote these good values."

    Villas-Boas reiterated he would not consider leaving out Terry and said he had not felt the need to check on his frame of mind this week.

    "No, not at all," he said. "I have to count on the player, and the player is fit and available for the game."

    He also revealed he had no plans to issue special instructions to his players reminding them to stay calm amid what is likely to be a hostile atmosphere.

    Admitting there were "extra responsibilities" to consider, he added: "I won't speak to the players specifically about that before the game, not at all."

  • First Anders Frisk and now this. When are Chelsea's disgraceful fans going to stop? Have their club hierarchy no shame? Why haven't these ultras been eliminated/banned from your league yet? Full article below:

    Anton Ferdinand is believed to have been sent a bullet in the post ahead of Saturday's FA Cup tie between QPR and Chelsea.

    The incident happened less than 24 hours before the already highly charged fixture which kicks-off at midday on Saturday.

    A Scotland Yard spokesman said: “We are investigating an allegation of malicious communication received today at QPR football club. Officers from Hammersmith and Fulhamare investigating."

    The package is believed to have contained a shotgun cartridge and a death threat.

    The new development came on the same day Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas insisted QPR's Ferdinand should shake hands withJohn Terry before the FA Cup clash at Loftus Road.

    Villas-Boas said he hoped and expected Ferdinand not to snub Terry, despite allegations the Rangers defender was the victim of a racist slur from the England captain during October's Premier League game between the sides.

    The players square off for the first time since then, and just four days before the court case begins in which Terry stands accused of abusing Ferdinand.

    Ferdinand is reportedly agonising over whether to shake Terry's hand, amid fears it could be viewed as hypocritical. Asked if it was important he did so, Villas-Boas said: "Extremely important, extremely important."

    He added: "This game is based on good values more than anything else. These players should continue to promote these good values."

    Villas-Boas reiterated he would not consider leaving out Terry and said he had not felt the need to check on his frame of mind this week.

    "No, not at all," he said. "I have to count on the player, and the player is fit and available for the game."

    He also revealed he had no plans to issue special instructions to his players reminding them to stay calm amid what is likely to be a hostile atmosphere.

    Admitting there were "extra responsibilities" to consider, he added: "I won't speak to the players specifically about that before the game, not at all."

  • First Anders Frisk and now this. When are Chelsea's disgraceful fans going to stop? Have their club hierarchy no shame? Why haven't these ultras been eliminated/banned from your league yet? Full article below:

    Anton Ferdinand is believed to have been sent a bullet in the post ahead of Saturday's FA Cup tie between QPR and Chelsea.

    The incident happened less than 24 hours before the already highly charged fixture which kicks-off at midday on Saturday.

    A Scotland Yard spokesman said: “We are investigating an allegation of malicious communication received today at QPR football club. Officers from Hammersmith and Fulhamare investigating."

    The package is believed to have contained a shotgun cartridge and a death threat.

    The new development came on the same day Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas insisted QPR's Ferdinand should shake hands withJohn Terry before the FA Cup clash at Loftus Road.

    Villas-Boas said he hoped and expected Ferdinand not to snub Terry, despite allegations the Rangers defender was the victim of a racist slur from the England captain during October's Premier League game between the sides.

    The players square off for the first time since then, and just four days before the court case begins in which Terry stands accused of abusing Ferdinand.

    Ferdinand is reportedly agonising over whether to shake Terry's hand, amid fears it could be viewed as hypocritical. Asked if it was important he did so, Villas-Boas said: "Extremely important, extremely important."

    He added: "This game is based on good values more than anything else. These players should continue to promote these good values."

    Villas-Boas reiterated he would not consider leaving out Terry and said he had not felt the need to check on his frame of mind this week.

    "No, not at all," he said. "I have to count on the player, and the player is fit and available for the game."

    He also revealed he had no plans to issue special instructions to his players reminding them to stay calm amid what is likely to be a hostile atmosphere.

    Admitting there were "extra responsibilities" to consider, he added: "I won't speak to the players specifically about that before the game, not at all."

  • First Anders Frisk and now this. When are your disgraceful fans going to stop? Have your club hierarchy no shame? Why haven't your ultras been eliminated/banned from your games? Full article below:

    Anton Ferdinand is believed to have been sent a bullet in the post ahead of Saturday's FA Cup tie between QPR and Chelsea.

    The incident happened less than 24 hours before the already highly charged fixture which kicks-off at midday on Saturday.

    A Scotland Yard spokesman said: “We are investigating an allegation of malicious communication received today at QPR football club. Officers from Hammersmith and Fulhamare investigating."

    The package is believed to have contained a shotgun cartridge and a death threat.

    The new development came on the same day Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas insisted QPR's Ferdinand should shake hands withJohn Terry before the FA Cup clash at Loftus Road.

    Villas-Boas said he hoped and expected Ferdinand not to snub Terry, despite allegations the Rangers defender was the victim of a racist slur from the England captain during October's Premier League game between the sides.

    The players square off for the first time since then, and just four days before the court case begins in which Terry stands accused of abusing Ferdinand.

    Ferdinand is reportedly agonising over whether to shake Terry's hand, amid fears it could be viewed as hypocritical. Asked if it was important he did so, Villas-Boas said: "Extremely important, extremely important."

    He added: "This game is based on good values more than anything else. These players should continue to promote these good values."

    Villas-Boas reiterated he would not consider leaving out Terry and said he had not felt the need to check on his frame of mind this week.

    "No, not at all," he said. "I have to count on the player, and the player is fit and available for the game."

    He also revealed he had no plans to issue special instructions to his players reminding them to stay calm amid what is likely to be a hostile atmosphere.

    Admitting there were "extra responsibilities" to consider, he added: "I won't speak to the players specifically about that before the game, not at all."

  • Sources are reporting that Tottenham may be ready to make a January move for Celtic winger, James Forrest, after the youngster caught the eye of several Premier League outfits.

    It’s known that the 20 year-old has been scouted by Spurs after Harry Redknapp sent representatives to take a look at the talent.

    Forrest is keeping his feet firmly on the ground for now however, and refuses to let the Premier League attention go to his head.

    Speaking to the BBC, Forrest said: “It is obviously good to hear, but it doesn’t bother me. The main thing is I want to keep playing well with Celtic.”

    He went on to say: “I am not thinking about it. We’ve still got the second half of the season to go with Celtic. It is still early doors right now and all we need to do is hopefully keep our good run going and keep winning games.”

    Forrest has made 33 appearances for Celtic this season, scoring eight goals and making five assists.

    It’s this kind of form that led Craig Levein to select the wideman for the Scottish senior squad last year after he had spent the last three years ascending through the youth ranks of the side at Under-19 and Under-21 levels.

    The Celtic star has since made four appearances for the Scots and it was revealed last month that he had been selected to appear in the 2012 Olympics playing for the Great Britain football team.

    Despite his comments, it seems Redknapp remains keen to sign the starlet, who would command an asking price of around £3.5m.

    http://www.footybunker.com/tottenham-readying-bid-for-spl-maestro/15627

  • So Balotelli has been charged with violent conduct by the FA and handed a 4 game suspension. However, they chose to appeal to UEFA for reducing Rooney's ban for kicking another player.

    Why is this organization still allowed to administer your sub-standard brand of 'hoof-it-and-chase' football? DISCUSS.

  • So Balotelli has been charged with violent conduct by the FA and handed a 4 game suspension. However, they chose to appeal to UEFA for reducing Rooney's ban for kicking another player.

    Why is this organization still allowed to administer your sub-standard brand of 'hoof-it-and-chase' football? DISCUSS.

  • So Balotelli has been charged with violent conduct by the FA and handed a 4 game suspension. However, they chose to appeal to UEFA for reducing Rooney's ban for kicking another player.

    Why is this organization still allowed to administer your sub-standard brand of 'hoof-it-and-chase' football? DISCUSS.

  • So Balotelli has been charged with violent conduct by the FA and handed a 4 game suspension. However, they chose to appeal to UEFA for reducing Rooney's ban for kicking another player.

    Why is this organization still allowed to administer your sub-standard brand of 'hoof-it-and-chase' football? DISCUSS.

  • So Balotelli has been charged with violent conduct by the FA and handed a 4 game suspension. However, they chose to appeal to UEFA for reducing Rooney's ban for kicking another player.

    Why is this organization still allowed to administer your sub-standard brand of 'hoof-it-and-chase' football? DISCUSS.