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9 minutes ago, Sandunguero said:

I think it's fair to say that StatMan Gaz is not having a good morning...

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Ha ha I'm retweeting all of those

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Years ago before social media and the internet this poor soul would only be bothering his mother and the rest of the train spotters club, although even they would have had to only put up with him once a month at the old scout hut. The spotters, not his mum. Now mental deficients like this are allowed to go viral and become figures of fun for everyone. It's a tad sad but if you pop your head out there and say or do stupid things on social media then you get judged for them. I don't make the rules, in fact generally speaking there are no rules. (Although there are laws covering the really obvious stuff)

 

He's a self proclaimed 'stat man' who doesn't really have any accurate stats, just politician type stats. The ones that confirm his current bias. He won't engage in debate with anyone that tries to veer him away from his confirmation biases. Soon enough someone will come along and chastise the people laughing at him and they will be at fault, not this noggin that really for his own sake shouldn't be using social media or phoning in to shows. 

 

His ranting and sounding at times out of breath, show that he's own the edge here and hurting a lot. He completely ignores the financial doping of his little team and their buying their seat at the top table. That this team of world class (and Kylie Walker) mercenaries are now falling well behind a team that isn't cheating is something his feeble brain can only make sense of if creates a scenario where there's a massive conspiracy to hand us the league. If you turn up to a poker night with a pocket full of Aces and still lose, then they must also be cheating, right?

 

The trouble is there just isn't a conspiracy. Even without Stockley Park last season we managed to keep up with them in the league while also managing a Champions League win, on the back of a Champions League final the year before and a Europa final the year before that. VAR has been shit and it is killing the atmosphere for the match going fan but to say it's actively pushing us to a title win is madness. It also massively insults our players, manager and his staff who have been incredible. 

 

Apparently we were getting ref decisions before VAR and now it is here we are getting them again. Bollocks, yes like all title winning teams we've had a few strokes of luck. I think title winning teams often do have to have an element of luck. 

 

Anyway if the refs are reading this can you arrange for us to win it early so Man City can give us the guard of honour please, the loud explosion you'll hear is Gaz's head exploding. 

 

Take. break Gaz, go away and reflect on your life. Football is an entertainment that is supposed to drag you away from the hum drum and awful side of life, unless you're an everton fan that is. I can't imagine that this lunacy and ranting is very good for your blood pressure. Christ how crazy was he not that long ago when their rightful place was in the championship? 

 

 

 

 

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7 minutes ago, Philtrum said:

Years ago before social media and the internet this poor soul would only be bothering his mother and the rest of the train spotters club, although even they would have had to only put up with him once a month at the old scout hut. The spotters, not his mum. Now mental deficients like this are allowed to go viral and become figures of fun for everyone. It's a tad sad but if you pop your head out there and say or do stupid things on social media then you get judged for them. I don't make the rules, in fact generally speaking there are no rules. (Although there are laws covering the really obvious stuff)

 

He's a self proclaimed 'stat man' who doesn't really have any accurate stats, just politician type stats. The ones that confirm his current bias. He won't engage in debate with anyone that tries to veer him away from his confirmation biases. Soon enough someone will come along and chastise the people laughing at him and they will be at fault, not this noggin that really for his own sake shouldn't be using social media or phoning in to shows. 

 

His ranting and sounding at times out of breath, show that he's own the edge here and hurting a lot. He completely ignores the financial doping of his little team and their buying their seat at the top table. That this team of world class (and Kylie Walker) mercenaries are now falling well behind a team that isn't cheating is something his feeble brain can only make sense of if creates a scenario where there's a massive conspiracy to hand us the league. If you turn up to a poker night with a pocket full of Aces and still lose, then they must also be cheating, right?

 

The trouble is there just isn't a conspiracy. Even without Stockley Park last season we managed to keep up with them in the league while also managing a Champions League win, on the back of a Champions League final the year before and a Europa final the year before that. VAR has been shit and it is killing the atmosphere for the match going fan but to say it's actively pushing us to a title win is madness. It also massively insults our players, manager and his staff who have been incredible. 

 

Apparently we were getting ref decisions before VAR and now it is here we are getting them again. Bollocks, yes like all title winning teams we've had a few strokes of luck. I think title winning teams often do have to have an element of luck. 

 

Anyway if the refs are reading this can you arrange for us to win it early so Man City can give us the guard of honour please, the loud explosion you'll hear is Gaz's head exploding. 

 

Take. break Gaz, go away and reflect on your life. Football is an entertainment that is supposed to drag you away from the hum drum and awful side of life, unless you're an everton fan that is. I can't imagine that this lunacy and ranting is very good for your blood pressure. Christ how crazy was he not that long ago when their rightful place was in the championship? 

 

 

 

 

 Expertly put.

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Gaz sounds like a wealthy spoilt kid who has had his own way and all sorts of presents showered on him for too long then, sees another kid with a better bike or toys than he has and cries when mummy and daddy say deal with it.

 

We all defend our clubs to the bitter end but he sounds derranged. Did VAR make city miss that pen yesterday? Did VAR give their player a second yellow and the sending off? No, it didnt. They lost a game they should have won on the balance of play, football is like that. Shit happens.

 

Apart from the fun factor of listening to his melt down, Im not that arsed about the shitweasel and his version of 'stats.'

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14 hours ago, manwiththestick said:

Has anyone seen Trevor Sinclair? Last time he piped up weren't City coming to get us or something?

 

 

Bit like this prick who seemed to be on Talkshite every other week..

 

Still this never gets old does it

 

 

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Of course we wont be going close to the level of shitness that City are displaying. The mans a prophet. Give him his own religion.

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1 hour ago, Stickman said:

 

 

Bit like this prick who seemed to be on Talkshite every other week..

 

Still this never gets old does it

 

 

They're a pair of classless fucks, I always thought was the better one, seems he's as big a knob head as his brother. If he had a brain he would have remained dignified and praised Liverpool while also rubbing it in that City won, I mean there's not much point in winning it if you cannot rub it into other fans faces. But to be a prick about it means that at some point it backfires and you just look a cock. 

He's probably statman Gaz.

 

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1 hour ago, Philtrum said:

They're a pair of classless fucks, I always thought was the better one, seems he's as big a knob head as his brother. If he had a brain he would have remained dignified and praised Liverpool while also rubbing it in that City won, I mean there's not much point in winning it if you cannot rub it into other fans faces. But to be a prick about it means that at some point it backfires and you just look a cock. 

He's probably statman Gaz.

 

They're just a pair of mancs who always wished they were scousers. Imagine what that must do to whatever little brain you have..

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Robbie Savage has always been relatively complimentary to us , even when it wasn't the done thing with a lot of the other media people. Garth Crooks and Paul Merson have always also been fair to us even though they are universally derided as pundits. Tony Gale is a cunt and makes Alan Smith look like Badgeman.

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7 minutes ago, sir roger said:

Robbie Savage has always been relatively complimentary to us , even when it wasn't the done thing with a lot of the other media people. Garth Crooks and Paul Merson have always also been fair to us even though they are universally derided as pundits. Tony Gale is a cunt and makes Alan Smith look like Badgeman.

Yes agree about Merson and Charlie Nicholas always seems to have a soft spot for the old Liverpool teams anyway.

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2 hours ago, Stickman said:

 

 

Bit like this prick who seemed to be on Talkshite every other week..

 

Still this never gets old does it

 

 

Hes turned into Alf Garnett. The Cunt.

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16 hours ago, Heinze said:

Haha. They are all on the "rest of the league is shite so the title doesn't count" bandwagon now. Watch them cry about VAR and UEFA once they get dumped out of the Champions League.

Average points total for second place team at this stage of a Premier League Season is 52, City have 51. Average for third place is 51, Leicester have 49. So it’s a typical league in terms of strength apart from one team

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3 hours ago, Stickman said:

 

 

Bit like this prick who seemed to be on Talkshite every other week..

 

Still this never gets old does it

 

 

Won the European cup how many billions and city still struggling. Nobody is arsed when city win shit because it's hollow. Every single trophy they have is the equivalent of a worlds greatest dad trophy.

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