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  1. 2 minutes ago, Captain Howdy said:

    He’s a fine player, no doubt about it

    The nonsense about claiming his team mates goal was bad PR for him, especially as far as we were concerned since he was trying to nab the golden boot from Salah but I don't mind Kane otherwise, seems like a sound lad and of course is an outstanding striker. 

  2. 3 minutes ago, etho said:

    I want Jordan Pickford kneecapped the horrible little cunt. 

    Season defining moment for us, and he's barely getting the scrutiny he should cause he's England Keeper. Should be a ten game ban minimum

    Hope someone does him the little fucking rat.


    Absolutely gutted about this. The one player we couldn't do without. Unbelievable. 

  3. I'm not really keen on our club driving this and getting all the shit from the press and cunts supporting other clubs. I see some obvious benefits for the lower league clubs which I like, but overall the main aim is for the rich clubs to become even richer. Of course that benefits us but I'd rather we leave things as they are. Give the EFL a one-off payment and if they need more help over the coming seasons then deal with it then. All this other stuff about reducing the number of teams, play off for relegation/promotion, permanent voting rights for the top 9 clubs or whatever isn't necessary and won't improve the league.

  4. 7 minutes ago, KMD7 said:

    Never mate. Only Rafa comes close.


    Fed will always be king for me but Ive realised despite being the most talented player Ive ever seen, compared to the other 2 he's not quite as mentally strong.  He should have won last year and definitely could have beaten Rafa at a couple of the French's but lost his head after being ahead. Should be up to 25 slams by now. 

    True, I was totally gutted when he lost that last Wimbledon final vs Novak when he blew two match points. I knew after that Novak would go on and win the final, which of course he did. No way should Roger have lost that final with two match points.

  5. A few good suggestions but this just seems to be a way for the big boys to hold more power over the rest of the league. Why should Man City get a deciding vote but not Newcastle, if they are claiming "longstanding clubs" should have a veto? City have been relegated multiple times over the past 20 years, they've hardly been a permanent presence in the Premier League.