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About RobbieOR

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  1. RobbieOR

    Man City - the new bitters?

    I actually do think it stopped a bit with us after the new Hillsborough inquests but ever since we've had the temerity to have a good football team again it's reared it's head.
  2. RobbieOR

    Man City - the new bitters?

    This line couldn't be more spot on. You can't just not like a team or a fanbase anymore (And this applies to us more than anyone). You have to completely go out of your way to be the most horrible prick ever. People can't dislike us without throwing shit in regards to Hillsborough, Heysel, unemployment and anything else the city or club has had to put up with in the past. A fan misbehaves in Barcelona, we're all scumbags and the video gets shared on every clickbait site in the world. A city fan throws a pint over Gary Neville the other day and nothing is made of it. It's getting very tiring.
  3. RobbieOR

    Report: Origi set to earn a contract extension

    I'd imagine so too. We'd get good money for him. He's earned his corn completely this season too.
  4. RobbieOR

    Report: Origi set to earn a contract extension

    I don't think he's good enough but there is no problem owning your players. Give him a new deal, his stock will be high enough after the season he has had and sell him. I reckon that is the plan.
  5. RobbieOR

    Scottish Independence, yay or nay?

    Without the EU, Ireland would be absolutely fucked. The country in the 80's was exactly the same way Liverpool was. What fucked the Irish economy was the greed of politicians and the banks, nothing to do with the EU.
  6. RobbieOR

    Philippe Coutinho

    Fuck him, the fucking cunt.
  7. I knew Hodgson had a big influence on Scandinavian football but that is too canny
  8. RobbieOR

    Should Corbyn remain as Labour leader?

    But when they jump into bed with and helping them press on with austerity they still are. Gothca.
  9. RobbieOR

    Should Corbyn remain as Labour leader?

    As I said, it's a self centred view and a fuck you to the rest of society if you fall for that shit.
  10. RobbieOR

    Should Corbyn remain as Labour leader?

    That isn't why. He said he couldn't look a Jewish person in the eye voting for Labour. By defecting away from Labour he's still shitting on people on the poverty line, nurses, midwifes, immigrants who have been failed by the current Tory government.
  11. RobbieOR

    Should Corbyn remain as Labour leader?

    Look at O'Brien's tweet yesterday about not voting labour. That's why he's a cunt.
  12. RobbieOR

    Should Corbyn remain as Labour leader?

    Well there is a fairly good chance people won't be still using foodbanks if he does instead of fighting a battle that is never going to be won.
  13. RobbieOR

    Should Corbyn remain as Labour leader?

    He's the very definition of why the FBPE lot are horrendous. Privileged cunts who can't see the bigger picture in all of this. Same goes for any 'labour' supporter in the wider media. They care about about one thing.