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c69 wrote:
le chat wrote:
Winnie wrote:
le chat wrote:England are so far ahead of the other home nations at the moment it's ridiculous
That’s fûcking amazing
Imagine a country with 50 odd million being better at their national sport than countries with 2, 3 or 6 million to choose from
My flabber is well and truly ghasted with that bombshell revelation
To be fair Yorkshire would beat the other home nations no problem
Yorkshire has a bigger population than Wales and NI combined.
Bound to happen when you lot keep abandoning your country to live amongst the hated English
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henry wrote:
le chat wrote:
henry wrote:Rugby World Cup is on so Le Chat is talking shit about England beating Bulgaria at football.


Makes sense.
That's Bulgaria who have a better world cup record than your runt of a country to be fair
It keeps me awake at night.

You sad Cnut.
I don't think it will keep you up, you've never tasted sporting success, anything is a bonus for you
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That was seriously grim. Think england handled it superbly from Southgate, to the players to the FA. Bulgaria’s manager is a disgrace, yet another nation refusing to even engage with the problem. Should have put 10 past the c unts.
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croyals wrote:That was seriously grim. Think england handled it superbly from Southgate, to the players to the FA. Bulgaria’s manager is a disgrace, yet another nation refusing to even engage with the problem. Should have put 10 past the c unts.
All the guy was saying is they don't have a problem with black players being abused in domestic football but in England we do have that problem. My guess would be when it happens in their domestic football no one complains and it goes unreported. Much like it would have done in England 30 years ago. However he did say after the game that he never heard any recist abuse so yo can mark him down as a confirmed bare faced liar.

There is clearly still an appetite in England for some supporters to behave the way those Bulgarians did tonight. The difference is they know they can't because they would be getting life bans and a possible stint in prison.

UEFA do not give a shit. They know the only way to get a grip on this is to prevent ordinary Bulgarians from seeing their team play. Either through banning the team or making them play behind closed doors. I see another two bob fine coming their way.
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The reports relating to events at Haringey Borough FC this afternoon, in The FA Cup tie with Yeovil Town, are of alleged racist abuse aimed at their goalkeeper, Douglas Pajetat, and yet again means players are continuing to receive discriminatory abuse while doing their job.


The Haringey manager and players took swift and decisive action as a result of the abuse, similar to that taken by the England team out in Bulgaria just five days ago.

Kick It Out has informed The FA and will support the club in identifying the offender(s) to ensure appropriate action is taken and strong punishment issued.

We would also like to offer our full support to Douglas and all at Haringey Borough FC.
https://mobile.twitter.com/kickitout/st ... 8109572097

Trouble now in English football.
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Plato'sCave wrote:

The reports relating to events at Haringey Borough FC this afternoon, in The FA Cup tie with Yeovil Town, are of alleged racist abuse aimed at their goalkeeper, Douglas Pajetat, and yet again means players are continuing to receive discriminatory abuse while doing their job.


The Haringey manager and players took swift and decisive action as a result of the abuse, similar to that taken by the England team out in Bulgaria just five days ago.

Kick It Out has informed The FA and will support the club in identifying the offender(s) to ensure appropriate action is taken and strong punishment issued.

We would also like to offer our full support to Douglas and all at Haringey Borough FC.
https://mobile.twitter.com/kickitout/st ... 8109572097

Trouble now in English football.
Very sad to see really but Brexit has given a voice to these morons.
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Winnie wrote:
AND-y wrote:This is what happens when you have people like Winnie in a stadium without the peer pressure of decent folk around to stop them being themselves.
AND-y wrote:
Winnie wrote:Warbs on
Go to shite
Go stab a catholic you chav.
I’ll just leave that here
So you did?
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Sun Tzu wrote:
Plato'sCave wrote:

The reports relating to events at Haringey Borough FC this afternoon, in The FA Cup tie with Yeovil Town, are of alleged racist abuse aimed at their goalkeeper, Douglas Pajetat, and yet again means players are continuing to receive discriminatory abuse while doing their job.


The Haringey manager and players took swift and decisive action as a result of the abuse, similar to that taken by the England team out in Bulgaria just five days ago.

Kick It Out has informed The FA and will support the club in identifying the offender(s) to ensure appropriate action is taken and strong punishment issued.

We would also like to offer our full support to Douglas and all at Haringey Borough FC.
https://mobile.twitter.com/kickitout/st ... 8109572097

Trouble now in English football.
Very sad to see really but Brexit has given a voice to these morons.
Racism in English football is rife.
Glad to see both teams took a stand against it :thumbup:
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c69 wrote:
Sun Tzu wrote:
Plato'sCave wrote:

The reports relating to events at Haringey Borough FC this afternoon, in The FA Cup tie with Yeovil Town, are of alleged racist abuse aimed at their goalkeeper, Douglas Pajetat, and yet again means players are continuing to receive discriminatory abuse while doing their job.


The Haringey manager and players took swift and decisive action as a result of the abuse, similar to that taken by the England team out in Bulgaria just five days ago.

Kick It Out has informed The FA and will support the club in identifying the offender(s) to ensure appropriate action is taken and strong punishment issued.

We would also like to offer our full support to Douglas and all at Haringey Borough FC.
https://mobile.twitter.com/kickitout/st ... 8109572097

Trouble now in English football.
Very sad to see really but Brexit has given a voice to these morons.
Racism in English football is rife.
Glad to see both teams took a stand against it :thumbup:
Indeed it is, unfortunately because we're 'better' at challenging it than other nations people get complacent.
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Not even kicked off and Keane is seething. :lol: :lol:
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This will be a hiding for our lads
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iarmhiman wrote:This will be a hiding for our lads
I was at a wedding in Manchester yesterday, the hatred for the Glazers is becoming visceral.
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I can see this being a draw, which will make me sick.
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Comfortable start from The European Champions here. United giving all they've got but unable to lay a glove.

Easy win in the end.
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Sun Tzu wrote:Comfortable start from The European Champions here. United giving all they've got but unable to lay a glove.

Easy win in the end.
Unfortunately you will be correct
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Fred is so bad.

£60m :lol:
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Get in
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VAR :lol:
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Frodder wrote:VAR :lol:
Clear foul. Should have been overturned
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Wow, even Neville is shocked that is allowed to stand.
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When things dont go his way Jurgens mr smiley jolly nice guy persona is shown up to be the fake that it is
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If it won't overturn that then what's the point
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:lol: :lol:
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VAR :thumbup:
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Better from United.

Liverpool have been dire though.

Going to be 1-2 though by 90 minutes
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Fine, we'll just have to beat the FA as well then. No problem.
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A vile bunch of people; players, managers & supporters in the main, all shysters.
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Wyndham Upalot wrote:A vile bunch of people; players, managers & supporters in the main, all shysters.
View themselves as the barcelona of the league.
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Jim Beglin really crying about the United goal. Peter Drury even seemed a bit embarrassed for him. :lol:
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liverpool have been shit
LE :lol:
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Such a soft goal
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iarmhiman wrote:Such a soft goal
There was no way we werent conceding today
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I’ll forgive you, I can empathise with the disappointment of being an Irish Man Utd fan in the current conditions.
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Congratulations to the FA. The only way you can stop us is by VAR.
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Sun Tzu wrote:Congratulations to the FA. The only way you can stop us is by VAR.
:uhoh:
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Wendigo7 wrote: :uhoh:
Please stop quoting that gabshite
He is the only poster I have in ignore and my life is so much better not having to see his bilge :thumbup:
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You fill up my senses,
Like a gallon of Magnet,
Like a packet of Woodbines,
Like a good pinch of snuff,
Like a night out in Sheffield,
Like a greasy chip butty,
Like Sheffield United,
Come fill me again
Na na na na na...Ooooohh!

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I'm all for giving managers time, but Emery doesn't seem to have much of a clue and this year seems like a golden chance for Arsenal to get back into the CL with any sort of competent season. Lampard may come good at Chelsea but he and his decent crop of kids will probably take a season to really bed in, Tottenham appear f**ked and Man U are a total mess.
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village wrote:I'm all for giving managers time, but Emery doesn't seem to have much of a clue and this year seems like a golden chance for Arsenal to get back into the CL with any sort of competent season. Lampard may come good at Chelsea but he and his decent crop of kids will probably take a season to really bed in, Tottenham appear f**ked and Man U are a total mess.
There's something a bit tragic and try-hard about Emery. Not convinced he's absolutely top-drawer but he did win many Europa League titles so is clearly capable in the right environment. The key thing I'd throw at him at this point is that Arsenal don't seem to be driving towards having a clearly discernible style of play. I'm not one of these Danny Mills wankers who talks interminably about "identity" as a panacea but it's not clear from week to week that Arsenal are trying to correct their shortcomings and work towards a coherent pattern or way of playing, whether as a team or within the defence and midfield components in isolation. Don't get me wrong, they're a decent team that can trouble most, but they continue to show the same frailties in a range of circumstances and against a range of types of opposition.
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So, can make an argument that VAR has cost Watford at least four points (win at Newcastle, win at Spurs)

We're shit, but give us a chance, eh :frown:
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