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Deeney: Integrity has been lost from this season 

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57 minutes ago, LFC 6 Times said:

Me: Troy Deeney is the ugliest player in the league, in fact he’s hideous.

 

I think he's related to that German comedian who also appears to be a cut and shut.

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What if this pandemic and lockdown had kicked in last April just after the FA Cup semi finals, and the authorities decided that the competition could not be completed? Would Deeney have been happy for Watford to miss out on possibly winning the FA Cup getting twatted by Citeh, or would have have been in the media every day talking about the need to get football up and running once again to complete the season when it is safe to do so?

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Is that other chicken shit Aguero back yet?
These footballers like Deeney , Aguero and Rose have come across as right bellends.
I get you might have reservations if family members are at risk but unless a vaccine is found did they really not think they would have to come back at some point and play again ?

The ironic thing is they got a fair bit of support via the media mainly because it was agenda driven as it was Liverpool going for the title so they got an easy ride any other year they would have been hammered for it especially when thousands are going out to work daily to keep the country going.

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How this cunt can talk about integrity is beyond me. I'm sure the students he booted in the face when they were on the floor think he is a man of honour. 

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1 hour ago, Stickman said:

Is that other chicken shit Aguero back yet?
These footballers like Deeney , Aguero and Rose have come across as right bellends.
I get you might have reservations if family members are at risk but unless a vaccine is found did they really not think they would have to come back at some point and play again ?

The ironic thing is they got a fair bit of support via the media mainly because it was agenda driven as it was Liverpool going for the title so they got an easy ride any other year they would have been hammered for it especially when thousands are going out to work daily to keep the country going.

Don't forget that other slobbering goon Sir Harold of Kane. Tweeting his approval that the PL is back yesterday the absent minded twat.

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Some of these players think it's their divine right to get paid £100k+ week whilst sat at home twiddling their thumbs, whilst everyone else who's on a pittance in comparison has to go to work in places without strenuous testing. Fucking tits.

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16 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

How this cunt can talk about integrity is beyond me. I'm sure the students he booted in the face when they were on the floor think he is a man of honour. 

Shithouse rat he is. 

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4 hours ago, Bobby Hundreds said:

So not finishing a season 75 percent completed, having no champions, no promotions, no relegations, punishing sides who worked hard and played well and rewarding sides that played poorly. Clubs losing money hand over fist, players losing time in a short career, business that depends upon football both big and small struggling and some foitball clubs may go bust. Doesn't lack integrity. I'm thinking a season break due to a pandemic and then returning when safe has a lot more integrity, not just for this season but for every season that follows. Next season woukd have zero integrity if this season is wiped from history.

Spot on Bobby. That's the way I see it. In times of adversity, if you come back, strong and better, that shows real integrity. At the end of the day, we all deal with this in our own way. I can remember back in 1989 feeling like the world had ended.

 

Yet despite that, we grieved for the ones we lost. We got back on the field and strived to deliver for those who couldnt be there. And that's what everyone should be looking to do  right now.

 

I just wish he'd shut up. He doesnt seem to realise he's digging a bigger hole for himself everytime he opens his gob.

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This season is like running a marathon and reaching the finish line but being told you've got to hang on for a couple of months so they can restart the race to see where everybody else finishes. 

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37 minutes ago, aws said:

This season is like running a marathon and reaching the finish line but being told you've got to hang on for a couple of months so they can restart the race to see where everybody else finishes. 

You should try and get that seen by Deeney, brilliant analogy.

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What does Troy Deeney think about the pedestrianisation of Watford town centre?

oh no, I don’t care

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13 hours ago, JohnnyH said:

It's a shame these interviews aren't done in a questions and answers type setting where there are people to challenge them. He says because there was a break in the middle that that makes the season nonviable? What break is acceptable for him?  Is two weeks too much?  Is every league that has a winter break also not viable every year? If only some teams had to stop then ok, but every team stopped?  So hows that an issue?  As for likening the season to an actual, real life marathon?  So is Deeney now demanding that all 38 league games must be played back-to-back from now on? Clubs are going to need pretty big squads.  

 

If you want to speak about fairness and asterisks then 1988-89 after Hillsborough is a sad example of where it's nonviable. Liverpool having to play 8 games in 23 days including extra time in a Cup Final while Arsenal only had to play 4, is an example of unfair.  This is perfectly fair on every club.  It seems the whole "Health issue" is taking a back seat for Deeney.  It's now the "break was a bit long"?

 

*applauds*

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