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2 minutes ago, Leicester_Loyal said:

Whooooooshhhh.

The people who question Sarri have a right to. Doesn’t make @Matt‘s comment any less stale and predictable as a jest seeing as he’s made the same statement multiple times in multiple threads.

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3 minutes ago, UPinCarolina said:

The people who question Sarri have a right to. Doesn’t make @Matt‘s comment any less stale and predictable as a jest seeing as he’s made the same statement multiple times in multiple threads.

 

And my sarcastic posts regarding people being critical of Sarri and Silva are because apparently we shouldn't be critical of what's going on here.

 

I and many others have a right to question our managers position, not told to be happy because we're 7t....12th.

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2 minutes ago, Matt said:

 

And my sarcastic posts regarding people being critical of Sarri and Silva are because apparently we shouldn't be critical of what's going on here.

 

I and many others have a right to question our managers position, not told to be happy because we're 7t....12th.

Absolutely correct.

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1 minute ago, Matt said:

 

And my sarcastic posts regarding people being critical of Sarri and Silva are because apparently we shouldn't be critical of what's going on here.

 

I and many others have a right to question our managers position, not told to be happy because we're 7t....12th.

I’ve not told you otherwise, but I think their situation and ours are quite different so the comparison isn’t the best. They’re getting demonstrably worse for reasons that just don’t make sense to the layperson. 

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I just wish we had someone with Aguero's confidence on penalties. You just expect him to step up and slot it away with the minimum of fuss.

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2 hours ago, sylofox said:

Aeroplane wings under the circumstances are just as bad. Sick and evil. As I said inciting violence. 

 

After cardiffs response to our problem I'm surprised one of our fans can't back them in an hour of nrrd. 

So you’re honestly telling me you think making aeroplane gestures is worthy of being arrested. I’m actually shocked. It’s not even that offensive.

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32 minutes ago, peach0000 said:

So you’re honestly telling me you think making aeroplane gestures is worthy of being arrested. I’m actually shocked. It’s not even that offensive.

Wow. Stand in front of 20 Cardiff fans and do it. Walk round OT and sing about Munich if you dare. Take the piss about Viachi's death at the next home game. Then when someone is beating the shite out of you think why it's a police matter. 

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Man City are bloody magnificent, simple as that. TF they always have been my 2nd team -although tbh, they are getting close to first choice.

 

Having said that, and just seen motd2, we were bloody good today. If only Perreira didnt have his weekly cock up, and Barnes had bought his shooting boits from the baggies

 

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2 hours ago, sylofox said:

Wow. Stand in front of 20 Cardiff fans and do it. Walk round OT and sing about Munich if you dare. Take the piss about Viachi's death at the next home game. Then when someone is beating the shite out of you think why it's a police matter. 

But where’s the line drawn, like when does doing that gesture become a crime, it’s very dangerous and naive to draw imaginary lines on when it should be a crime. If Cardiff fans reacted to the gesture with violence that would be on the Cardiff fans the not ones making the gesture.

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4 hours ago, sylofox said:

Wow. Stand in front of 20 Cardiff fans and do it. Walk round OT and sing about Munich if you dare. Take the piss about Viachi's death at the next home game. Then when someone is beating the shite out of you think why it's a police matter. 

I think charging them with anything is going above and beyond. Not sure what crime they've committed. If we arrested people for inciting anything then we would be tossing half this forum in jail for puel in, puel out and brexit discussions.

 

What that fan/fans did is an absolute disgrace. They should be banned from the clubs games which is more than enough punishment. Absolute twattish behavior by bell ends.

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2 hours ago, peach0000 said:

But where’s the line drawn, like when does doing that gesture become a crime, it’s very dangerous and naive to draw imaginary lines on when it should be a crime. If Cardiff fans reacted to the gesture with violence that would be on the Cardiff fans the not ones making the gesture.

It was not a five Yr old in a playground. It was an idiot taking the piss about someone's death. His actions could have in sighted violence. 

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3 minutes ago, Jattdogg said:

I think charging them with anything is going above and beyond. Not sure qaht crine theyve committed. If we arrested people for inciting anything then we would be tossing half this forum in jail for puel in, puel out and brexit discussions.

 

What that fan/fans did is an absolute disgrace. They should be banned from the clubs games which is more than enough punishment. Absolute twattish behavior by bell ends.

I'm with you on it my point was to someone that sees no wrong in what the bellend did. 

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1 minute ago, sylofox said:

I'm with you on it my point was to someone that sees no wrong in what the bellend did. 

Think my spelling mistakes are more criminal lol

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12 hours ago, StriderHiryu said:

lol

 

I get the sarcasm / irony, but not every manager is backed with the most expensive goalkeeper of all time, the manager's number one pick for a regista play maker (57m) and the ageing centre forward of his choosing (9M just for the loan fee).

 

Also I don't think it's necessarily being in 6th place that's hard to take for Chelsea, but that they just put in their worst ever away performance in Premier League history.

You mean like how it’s the style of play against anyone outside the top 6 for us and not because of this fantasy that we expect top 6 football? 

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Seen this elsewhere. Pick your best XI from outside of the Top 6. Any formation you like. 

 

------------------ Heaton

AWB - Maguire - Boly - Chilwell

------------- Gueye - Neves

Brooks --- Moutinho --- Anderson

---------------- Jimenez

 

 

Obviously a slight bias towards my own team, but then we're not 7th for nothing. 

 

Stick your own up. 

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31 minutes ago, The Bear said:

Seen this elsewhere. Pick your best XI from outside of the Top 6. Any formation you like. 

 

------------------ Heaton

AWB - Maguire - Boly - Chilwell

------------- Gueye - Neves

Brooks --- Moutinho --- Anderson

---------------- Jimenez

 

 

Obviously a slight bias towards my own team, but then we're not 7th for nothing. 

 

Stick your own up. 

Hard to disagree with most tbh.

 

I'd still have Vardy up top though. 

 

He has scored 71 goals in 3.6 seasons. 

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He has a great record but it's for this season and he seems to be struggling recently. He's also mainly about pace in behind really. Not as good an all-rounder as some. Can't argue with his scoring record as you say though. 

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6 hours ago, UniFox21 said:

Who wants to break it to him? 

 

Signs a new contract making him the third (?) highest-paid manager in Europe, then spends the next months doing Sean Dyche moans about being expected to compete despite cash-poor transfer windows.  Spiced with whining about the refs.

 

He’s a habitual excuse-maker and “poor, poor us” whiner.  It plays great with the noble-victim mentality of Spurs fan base.  But there’s a problem.

 

The guys who win don’t make excuses and won’t accept hearing excuses.  They are the monomaniacs who do not allow distractions to take their (or their team’s) focus, off the brass ring and the tough job of reaching it.  They do not accept that the inevitable bumps in the road are valid reason to fail.  And they certainly don’t make those bumps the heart of their message!

 

No denying the great work Poch has done getting them to where they are.  Or that Spurs have less money than their neighbors in the table.  But they are never going to win with him.

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47 minutes ago, The Bear said:

Seen this elsewhere. Pick your best XI from outside of the Top 6. Any formation you like. 

 

------------------ Heaton

AWB - Maguire - Boly - Chilwell

------------- Gueye - Neves

Brooks --- Moutinho --- Anderson

---------------- Jimenez

 

 

Obviously a slight bias towards my own team, but then we're not 7th for nothing. 

 

Stick your own up. 

You've got some quality choices in there, hard to argue the toss too much really. Put my own below! I'm particularly impressed by Boly who I thought was terrible first few games, really grown into it!

 

------------------ Ben Foster

AWB - Maguire - Boly - Chilwell

------------- Doucoure - Moutinho

Fraser---  Anderson ---- Pereyra

---------------- Jimenez

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29 minutes ago, weller54 said:

Stupid Spud Spunkbubble! 

One of the names that didn't quite make it to the shortlist for their new stadium.... 

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23 hours ago, Fox92 said:

No it's not. Mahrez would walk back into our side.

No he wouldn't. He's go off and cry on a bench in some airport and then refuse to turn up for training or a match.

 

 

20 hours ago, sylofox said:

Wow. Stand in front of 20 Cardiff fans and do it. Walk round OT and sing about Munich if you dare. Take the piss about Viachi's death at the next home game. Then when someone is beating the shite out of you think why it's a police matter. 

So people are going to cause GBH because someone they don't know is doing something very immature concerning someone else that they didn't know.

 

Probably true but pathetic and those that would do that deserve far worse than the immature idiot.

 

Anyone who is going to attack a person for taking the piss out of Vichai's death needs locking up.

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