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PostPosted: Tue Sep 24, 2013 4:11 pm 
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 24, 2013 5:45 pm 
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After the fascist I even see the Brolly Man in a fresh light, not ideal but not Di Canio...and of course his facility for languages is renowned. For now it is Kevin Ball's Red and White Army, a semi deity at Sunderland so here's hoping....

Am astonished that Kean hasn't been linked, tip top and with the sure recommendation of Fat Sam and all at Blackburnius!

Poor Helen having to a picture of Gross...that'll just drive her away


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 24, 2013 6:25 pm 
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What with Mr Tumble in a corset, shagging a Range Rover and some inexplicable picture of a man with pubes for a moustache, I've learnt not to be easily offended. Xx


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PostPosted: Wed Sep 25, 2013 10:43 am 
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An Italian speaker who'll be cheap and has managerial experience?

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But is also a potato looky likey and.......is vefry, very, very boring


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Gus Poyet's red and white army. . . Hmmm, I feel numb really. Have had the two people I wanted Mick McCarthy who did well with impossible resources and Martin O'Neill who just well, I am still in mourning. Poyet might work and he has the immeasurable benefit of not being the little shit Di Canio. We've had worse and Poyet is untried at this level so fingers crossed


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 08, 2013 11:33 pm 
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His Championship experience might come in handy soon though.

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exapno mapcase wrote:
Gus Poyet's red and white army. . . Hmmm, I feel numb really. Have had the two people I wanted Mick McCarthy who did well with impossible resources and Martin O'Neill who just well, I am still in mourning. Poyet might work and he has the immeasurable benefit of not being the little shit Di Canio. We've had worse and Poyet is untried at this level so fingers crossed


I'd love to see Mick get a shot with a team with even something resembling a budget. In the modern game he stands out as a very classy guy, honest to a fault and a good man manager who has got so much more then he was ever entitled to out of some very limited teams resource and talent wise. You won't hear a bad word from any player who played under him unless their initials are RK.

As good a shout as any for the new ROI job.

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Craig wrote:
His Championship experience might come in handy soon though.

Bastard

Eoin I love Mad Mick and he is the most honest and decent man. Always fronts up and always tries to play football. FAI treated him shamefully. More of a man than RK will ever be.


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I have to say that when looking at the two managers at Hillsborough on Saturday I really wished Mick McCarthy was in our dugout instead of Dave up his own arse Jones.

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 17, 2015 10:42 am 
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This is a handy thread title, gets regular revcyvling...Gustavo proved rather childish in the end now we have a grumpy old man and with my Celic allegiance an unwelcome connection with Rangers. Hoping he can make the difference though worried he nay do as well as the pathetoic Sgt Wilko. Anyway, it all starts again at the end of the season


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 17, 2015 2:11 pm 
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Fuck, after a lull of four months, someone's finally interested in football! Look at it this way, at least he's not a Nazi...x


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And the players will be nicely attuned to the Dutch accent for next season...

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 17, 2015 7:31 pm 
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Fuck, after a lull of four months, someone's finally interested in football! Look at it this way, at least he's not a Nazi...x

Hmm...Rangers are tantamount to...well, let's just say they attract a rather rabid right wing support...not saying Dickie is but it doesn't sit comfortably with me.

I feel my interest in football waning ion a daily basis but it's like the gargle, won't let me go. Up for the Wear/Tyne Derby for the first time in a wee while.. I pick my moments

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And the players will be nicely attuned to the Dutch accent for next season...

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Aye Craig, and the mad thing is he seems like a good option just now..provided he can learn to speak the lingo


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Good Luck for tonight. ..>

A win and the Sunderland fans will dine out on it for years to come! :mrgreen:


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