Dirkster the Fox

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  1. Shakespear. 100%
  2. 100% agree
  3. It does. Smashing bloke real gentleman and mature with his attitude. The man is 10000000 a better bloke than bloody Maurine at Man U. Just feel gutted, but like I said it's business and we've much to lose going down.
  4. I feel very sad, genuinely sorry, seriously blue. My heart says it's all bad, the memories, the lovely bloke we all warm to. Arrrrr it's hurts.... However, my head says it's business and for whatever the reason, the players are not on it. Something had to give.
  5. Lazy, lightweight, lacking skill. Lamentable attitude..... Up top from the bench only, for his pace alone. Nothing else. Sell in the summer
  6. Like a huge shit, its taken a while to build up and brew, but eventually the dam burst. Enough is enough, I'm agreeing its time to go CR.
  7. Sorry for owners? Bog off, to much adulation/nepotism not enough professionalism into 2016/17 season. crisis point..... all to blame
  8. 100% agreed with this comment. Back 4 are our problem. Serious lack of ability on the ball, slow and distribution terrible, perhaps only Fuchs aside.
  9. Nigel Clough? Only up the road, local lad, easy and available...(Tripple)
  10. Possession. Whilst nobody complained last season, the continuing trend of 30-40% possession in every game in CR tenure is now seriously harming us. He has to go. The players are dicks, not trying and too busy polishing their ego's, but CR has never got them playing with ball at feet, decent possession in any game. NEVER. Burnley are seriously organised, work like troopers and actually can pass / handle having the ball. In the main with British / Irish players and two more of the like bought in today. He's got to go or we're definitely doomed.....
  11. Good point. Also he's one of the first POTUS to actually, be it with real haste, implement elements of their pledges / manifesto straight away. No fluff, no sitting around enjoying the benefits of being POTUS without any action. Just straight in, no hanging around. None of what he is doing is a shock though. Also its not a shock the BBC and left liberal crowd they appeal to, are currently apoplectic about him. The BBC are like a person literally shaking uncontrollably with anger, made much worse as they are powerless to stop whats happening.
  12. Stop press, just in: A group of libtards/snowflakes deeply wounded by defeat whipped up by equally bitter National Broadcaster rattle side of coffee table/pram until they can end all conversations/mumblings (home made placard in hand/messy scribble) saying ..........."is a racist". At this point placards/conversation/mumbling is considered a resounding success and they are happy as this is always considered their "trump" card...........but......then........still so very angry, yes really angry and full of hate real anger and hate for something so hateful and angry, with hate and anger they out of control with utter hate filled hatred they get amerced into more hate and anger for it/him/them, no just him, kill him, assassinate him, hate anger, they get really angry, plain unmitigated hatred and anger they get really hot...........knock their coffee over/melt. It's carnage. next story......
  13. Goof thoughtful post mate. I agree with most of what you're saying, its about the small things Shearer was saying, the basics. That said I stand by my overall concern: Championship defense with mid-table midfield/attack in front. This is the area we've hugely underachieved this season. Yes other areas clearly haven't clicked , but how can you go from that really solid faze last 15 games last season, to being so vulnerable at the back this?
  14. We shouldn't just dwell on the 2 centres halfs. I thought Simpson was close to the worst of the lot. Terrible distribution generally, poor positioning and offers 0 "zero" zip, nowt going forward, plus his share of long balls.