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1 minute ago, Jairzinho said:

Is Rogers playing 9-0-1?

Who knows what he’s playing. I suspect his players don’t.

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To give Bruce his due, he completely slagged off the decision, said it needs to be sorted;

 

Newcastle boss Steve Bruce talking to Sky Sports: "I can understand why Spurs will go beserk and Roy Hodgson reacted like he did. It is a total nonsense, we should be jumping through hoops but I would be devastated if that was us. Maybe Roy is right, maybe we all need to get together. The decisions are ruining the spectacle. We have to get together as managers and say this must stop.

"If our goalkeeper didn't play as well first half they would have been out of sight. Second half we were better and posed a bit of a threat. Our goalkeeper has got us a point and a decision that went our way."

And this is the manager of the side who have just gotten out of jail because of the decision.

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Just now, magicrat said:

Yeh he's pushing the boat out

The gravy boat? Oh wait that’s Allardyce isn’t it? 

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Looks like Roggo has asked them to defend for 85 minutes and then throw balls into the City box to head onto their arms.

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7 minutes ago, Scooby Dudek said:

To give Bruce his due, he completely slagged off the decision, said it needs to be sorted;

 

Newcastle boss Steve Bruce talking to Sky Sports: "I can understand why Spurs will go beserk and Roy Hodgson reacted like he did. It is a total nonsense, we should be jumping through hoops but I would be devastated if that was us. Maybe Roy is right, maybe we all need to get together. The decisions are ruining the spectacle. We have to get together as managers and say this must stop.

"If our goalkeeper didn't play as well first half they would have been out of sight. Second half we were better and posed a bit of a threat. Our goalkeeper has got us a point and a decision that went our way."

And this is the manager of the side who have just gotten out of jail because of the decision.

Fair play on that. 

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City won’t be nearly as far behind this time, if at all; I wouldn’t be surprised to see them win almost every game and for us to have to do the same while beating them twice in order to win the title. On the evidence so far, teams seem more terrified of them after last season - there’s an unshakeable aura of absolute invincibility.

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I’ve got three envelopes, Brendan. In each of them is the name of a Leicester manager who is going to let me down this season. And every fucking one of them is you.

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Mourinho left the pitch before the game ended. That’s awful as example for every one connected in your club. Looser mentality.

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16 minutes ago, TheDrowningMan said:

City won’t be nearly as far behind this time, if at all; I wouldn’t be surprised to see them win almost every game and for us to have to do the same while beating them twice in order to win the title. On the evidence so far, teams seem more terrified of them after last season - there’s an unshakeable aura of absolute invincibility.

 

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15 minutes ago, Jordy Brouwer said:

Fair play on that. 

Smart enough to know he's going to be on the receiving end of it more often than not with how they set up.

 

Something needs done about this before May.

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