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1 hour ago, Scott_M said:


People like to make claims and comments in here but don’t like being challenged to back it up. 
 

I’m a member of SOS, I might give it a go. 
 

Queue another hilarious joke about me doing it so I can nosh Henry or another equally hilarious zinger. 

Why the fuck would I join SOS and go on a fucking panel? Supporting this club is one tiny fraction of my life, I don't obsess over it, its not the be all and end all. 

 

I just want the fucking manager CONSISTENTLY backed. They can make as much fortune as they like as long as first and foremost the manager and team come first. Our manager has worked wonders with what he has been given and it seemingly feels like all that effort has been wasted, we will see next season if the damage is longer term.

 

Thats it. Theres nothing remotely difficult to understand about that. And you can guarantee most of those on here who don't like FSG probably hold the same values.

 

Now fuck off you absolute tart.

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21 minutes ago, Scott_M said:

 

I don't take it personally, I actually think most of the stuff is laughable. I get some won't change their mind no matter what, some of the claims about FSG are just unsubstantiated rubbish - see the above post from Dockers Strike as an example of the sheer stupidness of it.

 

I went at lengths last summer to state I'm not an FSG fanboy and I will have criticise when I feel there is something to criticise.

 

I'm not meaning to come across as a Super Fan or whatever. That point was originally made when Beef Stroganoff accused me of being some know-nothing 18 year old whose never been to Anfield, which I set him straight on. I'm incredibly lucky to have been to as many games as I have. I find the "Super Fan" an odd insult to be honest because I'm sure many are very envious of how fortunate I've been. 

 

I was rightly picked up on, on Sunday for a comment I made. It was drink induced and I did apologise for it. 

 

The points I'm trying to make on the protests etc (although inarticulately!) is if some are that unhappy with FSG, they have a platform now to show the world what they think of them. I absolutely deplore how the mancs went about it on Sunday, but at they made themselves heard.

 

What is the point in coming on here, sounding off in virtually every thread, trotting out the same old boring claims and then not backing it up? I'm no Arthur Scargill, but when I feel strongly about something, I try to get my point across for change, whether that e-mailing Deutsche Bank, going to a G&H march, the ticket walk out or sending Peter Moores a tweet on the Furlough. I'm not stupid enough to think I single handedly changed the above, of course not, but unity is strength and all that and I have the balls to put my money where my mouth is.

Because its a fucking forum you melt. People come on here to express.

 

Happiness, joy, fed up, pissed off, angry. We can all come on here and vent. I'd rather have foul mouthed rants on here than take it offline in the home, office etc. Its an easy out.

 

I can't stand our owners but I don't go on twitter and foul mouth to Henry and Linda. He fucking owns the Club and can do what he likes, within reason.

 

But that doesn't mean I have to suck up everything they do and be happy with it. I can't just fucking forget when you see our manager taking a battering in front of the cameras for what they did with the ESL, and then simply write it off the next week when they change their mind. I can't praise them, or forget when the manager cries out for help in the transfer market when we have an unprecedented injury list to our backline and just shrug that off whilst watching us get shafted by absolute garbage teams week in week out. Or idly watch as we ask cheap options to step up for the team, players Jurgen obviously doesn't trust, just because our owners want to keep their prized profit intact.

 

personally I think this season they've done a lot of damage. We will see if they can rectify it in the summer and get the team firing again and more importantly to the whole setup, our boss full of life again and effervescent, because it looks like its been kicked out of him, and if thats gone you can forget it.

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20 minutes ago, BeefStroganoff said:

Why the fuck would I join SOS and go on a fucking panel? Supporting this club is one tiny fraction of my life, I don't obsess over it, its not the be all and end all. 

 

I just want the fucking manager CONSISTENTLY backed. They can make as much fortune as they like as long as first and foremost the manager and team come first. Our manager has worked wonders with what he has been given and it seemingly feels like all that effort has been wasted, we will see next season if the damage is longer term.

 

Thats it. Theres nothing remotely difficult to understand about that. And you can guarantee most of those on here who don't like FSG probably hold the same values.

 

Now fuck off you absolute tart.


Now see, this is what I’m talking about .

 

1) “Supporting this club is one tiny fraction of my life, I don't obsess over it, its not the be all and end all”.

 

Well, you seem to complain about FSG enough in here so why don’t you use your time constructively instead?

 

2) I just want the fucking manager CONSISTENTLY backed.

 

Everybody wants that. Some of us are willing to understand why we might not be able spend as much currently. I fundamentally struggle to see the difficulty in understanding this. You were sounding off for weeks last year we hadn’t improved the squad and then we signed Thiago and Jota and you fucked off until we needed a new centre back to continue moaning where you left off. 
 

Queue the inaccurate Origi comment now. But no, you don’t obsess over it?

 

3) Our manager has worked wonders with what he has been given and it seemingly feels like all that effort has been wasted, we will see next season if the damage is longer term

 

Winning the Champions League, Super Cup, CWC and Premiership is wasted effort?

 

4) Theres nothing remotely difficult to understand about that. And you can guarantee most of those on here who don't like FSG probably hold the same values.

 

Do something about it then. 
 

5) Now fuck off you absolute tart.

 

Hilarious. X.

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5 minutes ago, BeefStroganoff said:

Because its a fucking forum you melt. People come on here to express.

 

Happiness, joy, fed up, pissed off, angry. We can all come on here and vent. I'd rather have foul mouthed rants on here than take it offline in the home, office etc. Its an easy out.

 

I can't stand our owners but I don't go on twitter and foul mouth to Henry and Linda. He fucking owns the Club and can do what he likes, within reason.

 

But that doesn't mean I have to suck up everything they do and be happy with it. I can't just fucking forget when you see our manager taking a battering in front of the cameras for what they did with the ESL, and then simply write it off the next week when they change their mind. I can't praise them, or forget when the manager cries out for help in the transfer market when we have an unprecedented injury list to our backline and just shrug that off whilst watching us get shafted by absolute garbage teams week in week out. Or idly watch as we ask cheap options to step up for the team, players Jurgen obviously doesn't trust, just because our owners want to keep their prized profit intact.

 

personally I think this season they've done a lot of damage. We will see if they can rectify it in the summer and get the team firing again and more importantly to the whole setup, our boss full of life again and effervescence, because it looks like its been kicked out of him, and if thats gone you can forget it.


Yawn. 
 

Likewise it works both ways. If you come here to chat, what I think is complete shit, prepare to deal with objections. 

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1 hour ago, SlugTrail said:

Looks like @No2 is on a bit of a negathon. Good man. Keep up the good work.

No6 will stop him.

 

Still waiting to find out who No1 is though.

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18 hours ago, Captain Turdseye said:


He’s been hurting badly since he lost Calvert-Lewin in the footy manager draft. Leave him alone. 

Martial has out performed him. 

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This is where John Henry and FSG have to come out and state that all financial penalties incurred will be covered by them rather than the club. As Henry himself said in his statement, it had nothing to do with those at the club so those at the club should not be made to bear any of the consequences. If they stay quiet, or if they intend to do the opposite only to later backtrack, it would simply be another PR own goal by an organisation that is unfortunately well versed in PR own goals. Get it right from the get-go.

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14 hours ago, Trumo said:

This is where John Henry and FSG have to come out and state that all financial penalties incurred will be covered by them rather than the club. As Henry himself said in his statement, it had nothing to do with those at the club so those at the club should not be made to bear any of the consequences. If they stay quiet, or if they intend to do the opposite only to later backtrack, it would simply be another PR own goal by an organisation that is unfortunately well versed in PR own goals. Get it right from the get-go.


Very true.

 

I see SOS have asked Billy Hogan to confirm this. Kronke has already said he’ll cover the costs, not Arsenal. 

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Seen the fine is €15m spread between the clubs. And it's not a fine, it's a donation for grassroot football. City should cove it, they are saviour's after all.

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