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About Vulpecula

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  1. Anyone but Judd Trump for me. Can't stand the bloke. Kind of irrational considering I've never met him / he's done me no harm but still.
  2. Maybe they're looking forward to celebrating with a scotch treble treble...
  3. FFS! Managed to give Chilwell 10 by mistake!
  4. Can't we just accept we won the title and both Pearson and Ranieri played their part? These pointless over analyses, rinse and repeat, become a bit tiresome to me tbh. History can't be changed.
  5. No. Definitely not. I'd read about it on Talkceltic but it seemed to get lost in the blizzard of rants about Brendan there.
  6. Don't know if this has been posted but look closely at Rodgers' jacket in this Wikipedia link... https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Celtic_F.C._managers
  7. Someone's voted for Fat Sam! Imagine the meltdown here.
  8. No, as he's already done good work (proved himself) in the PL.
  9. Yes, just because he won trophies with Celtic it doesn't mean a lot. Tbh if someone managed Celtic and didn't win trophies, they'd have to be complete shite.
  10. Christ, I might have to learn to like Rodgers. At this moment, I find him unbearable. Still, if he is saying "great character" and "outstanding" about our performances, I'll live with it!
  11. A classic example of a straw man argument.
  12. It's a big shame for everyone involved that things aren't working out at this point. Only his biggest detractors wouldn't wish Nigel well. We owe him a lot.
  13. It all reminds me of another very lazy player. Not a City player but one I watched when seeing another league game a few years ago, with friends. I've just googled the chap and he's now approaching the twilight of his career at AFC Wimbledon. He is white. You could see that the player had loads of skill. A great passer of the ball and very good at free kicks but the team's fans were constantly on his back, as he strolled around the pitch. I remember in this game the couple of times he ran very quickly were firstly to chase a ball that was obviously going into touch and secondly to harangue the referee. Obviously the fans noticed this too... He's probably had a half decent career but in no way lived up to his potential. His fault. I digress and it's off topic but just as an example of how fans don't like idle players, no matter their colour.
  14. I think the Nigerian players comment (ergo some fans don't like black players) is, in the main, a load of crap. Fans do not like lazy players - it doesn't matter whether they're black, white, purple, green or yellow! People loved Kante, apart from the fact that he's a great player, for the fact that he's so hard working and tenacious. I think the worst attribute a player can show to his team's fans is a willingness to play at considerably below 100% effort. Iheanacho is giving off vibes of being half arsed at the moment. Whether other things are going on with him, who knows? Fans cannot see whether there are other issues though and will react to what they perceive.
  15. Puel's fvcked up in the cups, whether by accident or design. I fume in that by one measure, we're the least successful FA Cup team. He should have been aware how much an FA Cup trophy would mean to us. An FA Cup win would mean so much more than (say) the monetary difference between 7th and 13th in the League for us. Does he get this??
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