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To be denied the best day of my adult life due to a cheating fucking abhu Dhabi PR project! Fucking roll on renewable energy and alternatives to oil based products, roll the fuck on!

 

And chill... enjoy the sun, blue skies and the gargantuan bollocks on this Liverpool team to take city to the last game of the season.

 

 

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20 minutes ago, an tha said:

Brighton sack Hughton this morning.

 

He keeps them up again on a shoestring but it is deemed not good enough.

 

Laughable 

Just thinking the same! Horrible decision, took them up last season, kept them up this season and before the last day too. He's been treated unfairly in my view.

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5 minutes ago, suzy said:

Just thinking the same! Horrible decision, took them up last season, kept them up this season and before the last day too. He's been treated unfairly in my view.

Nothing new sadly.

 

They'll get relegated next year and probably bring in the likes of Warnock or Allardyce along the way after sacking their next manager.

 

 

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6 minutes ago, an tha said:

Nothing new sadly.

 

They'll get relegated next year and probably bring in the likes of Warnock or Allardyce along the way after sacking their next manager.

 

 

Yup.

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46 minutes ago, an tha said:

Brighton sack Hughton this morning.

 

He keeps them up again on a shoestring but it is deemed not good enough.

 

Laughable 

 

Cunts.  Simple as that.

 

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Hughton has done reasonably well there but I disagree that there's much wrong in appointing a technical director and then a manager who is on the same page.

 

We're doing all right using that method.

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All Brighton's aim could have been at the start of the season was staying up.

 

They could not have had any ambitions beyond that.

 

They achieved that.

 

I bet you had they achieved it with a dodgy first half of season and then an improved second half that saw them "escape" with a couple of games to go Hughton would be being rewarded and hailed......the fact they had a decent first half then tailed off has enabled the owners to put a spin on it about "dicing with their PL status"

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Not feeling well disposed towards Brighton right now so not that arsed. Quite like Hughton mind but they're a shitty little club and can fuck right off. Hughton will have two years of his contract paid up which will ease the pain  

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4 hours ago, an tha said:

Nothing new sadly.

 

They'll get relegated next year and probably bring in the likes of Warnock or Allardyce along the way after sacking their next manager.

 

 

Is exactly how it will go.

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On 14/06/2018 at 21:31, Juniper said:

Antoine Griezmann doing a 30 minute documentary just to announce at the end he’s staying at Atletico Madrid.

 

Fuck off you drama queen.

And just a season later he’s announced he’s leaving.

 

‘La Temporire Decision’

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Juventus, one of the most lauded football teams of all time. That instantly recognised pillar of Italian football. Know throughout the world for generations...have changed their new strip to half and half after consumer research found that American fans were less inclined to buy the Nott County homage black and white stripes because they remind them of referee shirts.

 

Juventus, one of the most famous teams on the planet, did this for yankedoodledandy land and the gimps that call it soccerball. Juventus, fucking Juventus.

 

All for a few sheckels more. 

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On 10/05/2019 at 09:19, an tha said:

Allocations of 6.000 to each of Arsenal and Chelsea for the UEFA Cup Final - in a 68,000 capacity stadium.

 

Fucking disgusting.

Apparently they decided to do this as the airport isn't capable of getting more fans in and out. That should just rule out Baku as a place to hold a final. Utter, Utter cunts UEFA. But I am sure I have said it before, that is hardly the shitness of modern football, UEFA have always been cunts. 

On 15/05/2019 at 12:17, Bruce Spanner said:

Juventus, one of the most lauded football teams of all time. That instantly recognised pillar of Italian football. Know throughout the world for generations...have changed their new strip to half and half after consumer research found that American fans were less inclined to buy the Nott County homage black and white stripes because they remind them of referee shirts.

 

Juventus, one of the most famous teams on the planet, did this for yankedoodledandy land and the gimps that call it soccerball. Juventus, fucking Juventus.

 

All for a few sheckels more. 

Shocking club anyway. A bunch of fucking corrupt cunts and depite their supposed "biggest club" view of themselves, have less fans willing to pay to see them than Man City. 

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48 minutes ago, Barry Wom said:

Apparently they decided to do this as the airport isn't capable of getting more fans in and out. That should just rule out Baku as a place to hold a final. Utter, Utter cunts UEFA. But I am sure I have said it before, that is hardly the shitness of modern football, UEFA have always been cunts. 

Shocking club anyway. A bunch of fucking corrupt cunts and depite their supposed "biggest club" view of themselves, have less fans willing to pay to see them than Man City. 

Yet more lies from UEFA. Utter cunts as you say.

 

 

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The contrived WWF-style bantz between Carragher and Neville both on and offline. Someone should put them both in the phantom zone and fire them into space. 

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