Sunday, 21 November 2010

Gooner Have to Do Better

Regular readers will once again notice that this blog contains very little reference to Middlesbrough Football Club. Well there’s a reason for this. As me gran always said ‘If it’s pissing it down outside, let’s not talk about the rain.’ Or as I’ve always said: ‘Just cos I’ve done a shit doesn’t mean I have to keep going back to sniff it.’

So it is to other matters I turn.

I spent the afternoon with a wine-drinking Arsenal fan. Needless to say he was into the third bottle when I left. And in between quaffs of his Chilean Red (he’s got 32 more bottles in his underground cellar and apparently the longer they stay there the more money they’ll make) he told me what Arsenal needed.

It wasn’t, apparently, the boss to be having an affair with a 39-year-old (that means 40, obviously) woman who has been variously described as a waitress, a singer and a French rapper. (If by ‘French rapper’ it means that she talks quickly and incessantly in a language I don’t understand then it could well be my missus.)

I don’t care what Wenger does off the pitch, mind you. Neither did my mate. He reckons Wenger needs to do three things: defence, defence, defence.

This is the Wenger Giant Knife, apparently - surprisingly it lacks that cutting edge.

It remains the case that Wenger’s best-ever back four was probably the one he inherited when he got to Arsenal. Adams, Keown, Winterburn and Dixon. Attacks foundered on that flinty foursome like balloons in a porcupine farm. If Gooners ever did a Mount Rushmore they could do worse than chisel them faces into the rock face.

Behind them loured the mighty frame of Yorkshire’s moustachioed answer to Steven Seagal, David ‘Don’t Come It with Me’ Seaman. You can imagine Arsene arriving at the club and just forgetting about defensive matters.

Gooners have of course seen a series of centre-backs trot across their green and pleasant playing-fields like a string of second-rate mules on a Blackpool beach. Stepanovs, Luzhny Cygan, Senderos... transparently woeful plodders – like Adams without the nous or the part-time poetry.

Wenger’s keepers, post-Seaman (which sounds like an online fertilisation clinic) have all displayed only a passing acquaintance with the goalie’s arts, or in Jens Lehmann’s case, sanity. The most gaping gaff in Wenger’s latest version of Boyz2Men is not digging round in his office for George Graham’s big Brown envelope collection so’s he could slide a heap of cash under the nose of the horribly under-employed Shay Given.

Even Koscielny and Squillaci (if that is his name and I can’t help feeling he’s just a brand of kid-friendly pasta) would look sounder in front of the Irish No. 1.

Of course, my pal’s lament and alcohol intake was exacerbated by losing a two-goal lead to Spurs in a pretty abject way. Arsenal still look as pleasing on the eye as a Kara Tointon thigh but they’re pretty easy to score against...


... unlike Kara


Spurs’ goals featured some traditional Arsenal defending. A hopeful punt upfield saw Jermaine Defoe win the header that led to Bale’s opener. Fabregas ruined a gorgeous performance with a handball that only a stroppy kid who was trying to get his ball back cos he wanted to go home would have tried. And Kaboul’s flick on was the sort of goal that every team reckons on getting against a Wenger outfit.

Apart from Campbell and the unfortunate Vermaelen I don’t think Arsene’s found a good defender. Gallas was pretty flaky, to say the least, while he was with the Frenchman (witness Nasri’s refusal of a handshake pre-match) and Ashley Cole only really learnt to defend when he naturally left the club cos of that pitiful 55 grand a week offer from David Dein.

It doesn’t matter how long Arsene keeps up his claim that youth will win the day, the feeling remains that the poor little lambs will always be taught a one pass too many attitude. I hat slagging off Arsene by the way – and I’ll always watch his teams play when I can – but frankly he’s got another year of nowt approaching.

He’ll have no regrets though, our Arsene:

Sing, Arsene Sing!

"Non, je ne regrette rien.
Non je ne regretted rien.

Je n’achete pas
un bon centre-back
ou un demi-decent goalie mais
Ou meme un Reynard dans le boite.

Et
Non, je ne gagne rien
Non je ne gagne rien

Depuis la Tasse
De la F.A
Dans 2005
Nos avons gagne fuck-tout!!!!"

And yet this season, with United staggering and Chelsea stuttering, you’d think that someone would be grabbing the League by its throat.

Of course, the average England football fan would love to grab someone by the throat. And that someone is whoever decided that Capello should stick around post South Africa and continue to confuse our boys with his strangled English and feckless selections. Somewhere there’s a plot he’s lost.

He appeared to go for youth v France in an attempt to prove to his doubters that youth wouldn’t work. Ergo it’s better to go back into the annals of history and drag out retired carthorses (Carragher, Davies). I’d long since given up on getting the call but if Jay Bothroyd’s on the radar and going to make sure me mobile’s charged up for the next time Il Cap names a squad.

Ok, he’s not helped by the fact that England squads these days face more late withdrawals than a Roman Catholic orgy, but to be frank no one seems to bother taking him seriously anymore. And to think his was going to be the iron fist that got our feckless party animals biffed into shape.

This is how many decent forwards are available to me!

It is certainly time he went. Given every important phone call he makes is done by Franco Baldini we may as well be shot of him and just go for an interpreter in his place. Barca fans will tell you that that worked for Inter.

On Wednesday the team were visited by stupid-haired X-Factor hopefuls One Direction –and that pretty much describes the trajectory of Capello’s England. Down, down, down.

As for Arsene - there are many days ahead - but I think we can all agree that from now on they are numbered.

677 comments:

  1. Certainly miss this banter from my homepage (BBC Sport). Quality blog Robbo.
    "Just cos I’ve done a shit doesn’t mean I have to keep going back to sniff it"... :D

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  2. Hilarious eejit pissedaff skit Robbo

    At 100£ for tickets arsenal need to deliver to even their slightly posh crowd

    Speaking of which future king attends footie match....marries daughter of former trolley dolly...what scam are they planning this time ??

    And how far do they plan to take it? Prince smokes crack ...prince traded corgies for pitbulls..

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  3. Great blog Mr Robson. I think that Fabianski has done fairly decent these last few games where he's been given the chance, but that doesn't mean that Arsenal should stick with him as their number 1. If they had a genuine world class keeper behind them, like Given, then that would take their title challenge up a notch or two. I think that Koscielny will prove a good signing in time, but they badly miss Vermaelen who adapted to the Premier League immediately.

    It seems that all the bigger teams are having major injury problems this season, which is contributing to the league being so close - Chelsea haven't been able to play their first choice XI yet, Spurs were robbed of their most consistent centre back and first choice striker by an England friendly, Arsenal have missed Vermaelen, Fabregas, Van Persie and Walcott for large periods. Utd have missed Rio and Shrek (although Roo being injured has probably helped them). And Liverpool have been Liverpool - Torres never plays a full season and Stevie's hamstrings were probably due a rip or two. It's been a while since the last one.

    I just hope City continue to fight amongst themselves and play 8 defensive midfielders at home to Wolves, cos if they get it right then they'll be out of sight.

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  4. You speak french now robbo mate? ROTFL!

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  5. Top Blog Robbo.

    Arsene really has failed to address the defencive frailties. This needs correction.

    Its criminal to insists on his current lot.

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  6. Good blog Robbo.

    After spending a whole last season and the summer that followed; if Wenger still cannot cough up money to land Shay Given... then Wenger should really step down at the end of the season.

    But having said that, its the players who switched off in second half, they just didnt play with same intensity in 2nd half. And our beloved Cesc, WTF was he doing stretching his arm out, Chamakkkkkh might have headed the ball...

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  7. Bonjour.

    As I said on the previous blog last night (cheers for telling us there was a new one up btw ;p) I think the attack is as much to blame as the defence. We should of been out of sight before the Tiny Totts even had a sniff at goal.

    Ah well, c'est la vie, how are Boro doing lately?

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  8. hmm ... it seems that arsenal are always be "boys" ... not enough consistency in their game. they've shown stronger character at the beginning of the season, but recently wilted ... especially at defense... and wtf happened to cesc?

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  9. Hey H2H, busy night at Dungheap still keeping you awake?

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  10. SS11, Yeah, I want to bed at around 6 and some cunt tried to (and succeeded) break in around 7, didn't get anything though, I'm just waiting to round thuings off with the old bill before I dive back into bed again.

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  11. You'd love to setup one in India then, here the pubs & bars close down by 1am - By law & order.

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  12. Back to the Arsenal thing, it's not a defence or attack problem, it's an attitude problem. We lack a killer instinct.

    We had the spuds on the ropes, we battered the crap out of them and left them bleading on the roadside after a hit and run, but instead of doing the right thing (i.e reversing and driving over them a few more times)we let the paramedics (Arry's alf time talk) patch em up. So there was still life in them to come back at us.

    Arsene needs to install a killer instinct, if he can't then the players should be issued knives and guns to make sure that shit like last Saturday doesn't happen again.

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  13. SS11 said...
    You'd love to setup one in India then, here the pubs & bars close down by 1am - By law & order.
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    What??

    You think I've got a licence till 6 oclock?

    I don't bother too much about the law, and the only orders I take are for drinks.

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  14. I'm waiting for my super-subs to come into play. Yaya Toure to come in place of Berba and give me 8 additional points. Though not going to make any diff to my match against Helsinki Arab in Robbo head2head.

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  15. Nope. But staying up all night and to close early morning must be pain, I thought.

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  16. I've always worked nights so I'm not really bothered.
    It's this time of the day I don't do so great in.

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  17. Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp has ­challenged the Spurs board to spend big in January and turn his squad into title winners.
    Full story: Daily Mirror
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    Go on Arry Trotter, bankrupt another club...
    You know it make's sense.

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  18. Morning all.

    Now time to read the blog.

    Oh and Star, thanks for the message mate, but the FFL isn't over yet. I've seen stranger comebacks so I'm not gonna count my chickens yet, so to speak....

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  19. H2H,
    I don't think the first half was all Arsenal as everyone says. Spurs had 4 corners, 4 shots on target and a few very promising situations. Arsenal had more numerous and bigger chances, sure, but consider how two massive individual mistakes from Gomes and Hutton led to the two Arsenal goals. Spurs were lucky not to concede 4 at home to Blackburn - it was more than certain that they would gift 2 goals to Arsenal.

    Arsenal were also quite lucky to get the win at Wolves and Everton almost came back from 0-2 down against them as well. It is not like those two performances were assured - they got the rub of the green, as Spurs did this weekend. And that's not to take anything away from Arsenal's performance in those two away games, or from Tottenham's performance Saturday. All you can do is win the game - if you win you always deserve credit.

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  20. Woland.

    I think I've seen you on a few Arsenal blogs this w/e.

    Statistics will only tell you so much, it doesn't matter if you have a 100 corners if you don't do anything with them, I'll stand by my opinion that the game should of been done and dusted by half time.
    BUT, you're right, Spurs won fair and square and credit to your team, they looked liked they wanted it more and they took it, we got what we deserved - nothing and you took the spoils, congratulations and enjoy the DVD. ;p.

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  21. H2H,

    haha, cheers, got my DVD-player humming already :)
    you could only see me on the goonerholic site though - unless there are some impostors out there! :) best!

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  22. http://www.football-league.co.uk/page/ChrisCharlesBlog/0,,10794~2225258,00.html

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  23. http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/scot_prem/9214212.stm

    Thoughts?

    Personally, I think they have every right to do what they are doing.

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  24. http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/score_on_bbci/7631245.stm

    Ok. This is Garth Crooks team of the week.

    Can anyone explain why Drogba is in? Yet VDV (scored), Davies (scored 2), Walters(SCORED 2) ARE NOT IN THE TEAM? Oops, caps lock.

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  25. Oh and apparently Tevez is a midfielder on it?

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  26. i can explain that, ngog

    crooks is a nob

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  27. Holloway2Holland said...

    Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp has ­challenged the Spurs board to spend big in January and turn his squad into title winners.
    Full story: Daily Mirror
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    Go on Arry Trotter, bankrupt another club...
    You know it make's sense.
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    Thank frak Levy holds the purse strings is all I'll say.

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  28. oh and cheers for telling muggins here there was a new blog up :P

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  29. Ngog, might as well congratulate you now for giving me my 4th straight defeat in the H2H.

    Baines won't catch your lot now and my gamble on Fulham/Man City being goal-less was a bust.

    Blah, I'm going to ditch the Chelsea players i think.

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  30. Guess what?
    Just posted a comment in Nulty's without being sent for pre-mod. Impossible!!

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  31. Hey Star, you were right about HP. I did watch it on Saturday. I felt the movie was slow and too much time spent in the forests and camping in tents. Too little happens – and then when it does kick into gear, it stops: “To be continued.”

    Hope the last part is full of fights rather than story building activity.

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  32. Back to the Arsenal thing, it's not a defence or attack problem, it's an attitude problem.
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    Totally agree H2.... also agreed with pretty much what you said on the previous blog... but we have been in the same position a number of times and have either got over confident or just thrown in the towel... and yes, it is a Wenger problem... what the players don't naturally have he has to instil into them.

    G'day all

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  33. Good stuff Robbo, the more of these "big 4" fail, the easier it gets for us to er, how you say, penetrate.

    Edith Piaff was the Godmother of French rap.

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  34. I feared the movie would have turned out that was SS11. I really can't see any reason why they've decided to spin it out and make it a 2 parter other than to fleece everyone of their cash.

    As soon as I heard they were doing this I decided to do what I did with the LOTR trilogy: sit tight and wait for the whole lot to be out on DVD and have a day long movie binge.

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  35. http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/football/teams/l/liverpool/9216219.stm
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    The small revival would again come to an end.

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  36. beauty AIDS
    commodity ART
    and things that are
    the THING
    teasmaids
    cushions that FART
    THE LORD OF THE RINGS

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  37. I SPENT OOPS caps lock a happy 90 mins watching The Samourai on youtube in 10 min chunks. french hit man film. he gets killed in the end.

    rear Window is another good one on youtube. scared the shit out of me when the murderer walks in.

    SPOILER ALERT! sorry too late.

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  38. 'I am not in control at Chelsea,' admits dissatisfied Carlo Ancelotti
    • Italian said to be considering his future
    • Club reject quit rumours as 'absolute nonsense'

    >>>>>>>>>>>

    guardian. bizarre that he ever thought he WAS in control. he's just one of romans subbuteo figures.

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  39. It was Avram Grant's imposed appointment as director of football in 2007 which clearly heralded the beginning of the end for José Mourinho.

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  40. Inter president Massimo Moratti insists Rafael Benítez's job is safe
    • Internazionale nine points behind Milan after defeat at Chievo
    • Moratti denies reports Benítez could be sacked this week

    >>>>>>>>

    he's no good is he, old rafa?

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  41. ....ANYONE OUT THERE.....?

    (echoes) ....anyone out there....?

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  42. was edith piaf Oliver twist's mum?

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  43. I AM HERE!!!

    (echoes) i am here!!!

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  44. I'd take Rafa at Portman Road blogidy.

    There is a sense for you of exactly how desperate I am to see the back of R*y K**ne.

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  45. Wait until the end of Keane's two year plan before you judge him Jacks.......















    Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!!!!!!!!

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  46. I'm hoping that his Un**ed will step in and replace Fergie with K**ne.

    You'd like that Ngog.

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  47. http://www.moviefone.co.uk/2010/11/22/anne-hathaway-spoofs-royal-engagement-in-saturday-night-live-ske/

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    Anyone else seen this?

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  48. Love it Jacks, if we got Keane Love it!! We're still fighting for this title........etc!

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  49. http://www.skysports.com/story/0,19528,11678_6521812,00.html
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    Honestly, why lie?

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  50. Sebastian Vettel revealed during a speech in front of his home fans that Ferrari's Fernando Alonso, who had led the championship going into the final race, has not yet shaken hands on Vettel's success. The 23-year-old said: "He still has not congratulated me."

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    Yup, more evidence towards my 'Alonso is a Cunt' theory ...

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  51. Don't think anyone can argue with you on that one Star.

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  52. blogdignag said...
    was edith piaf Oliver twist's mum?

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    Maybe! Does this make Wenger Fagin's love child? The resemblance is uncanny. Is that why he has so many homeless kids at an abandoned building in Highbury? Is that why Bill Sykes' dog is called Bullseye?

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  53. United for the title I think this season.

    Middlesbough I think will be relegated and Keano will keep Ipswich in 7th/8th by the end of the season and sign a 2 year deal to try and push on again

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  54. Why Did You Ngog Rafa said...

    http://www.moviefone.co.uk/2010/11/22/anne-hathaway-spoofs-royal-engagement-in-saturday-night-live-ske/

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    Anyone else seen this?
    _______________________________________

    No,but I used to cycle past her cottage regularly enough.

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  55. youre the living embodiment adam of why man u fans are hated from totness to timbuctoo and from welshpool to somewhere a long way away beginning with W

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  56. you used to go cottaging, jack?

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  57. blogdignag said...
    youre the living embodiment adam of why man u fans are hated from totness to timbuctoo and from welshpool to somewhere a long way away beginning with W
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    What like Woolalongong or somewhere like that.

    WEhat Have I Done To Deserve This. I merely pointed out that I think Utd can win the title given the fact that we aren't playing well, aree unbeaten and Chelsea and Arsenal have lost 2 of their last 3 matches and if this form continues we stand a great chance of winning the league

    Boro are 3 adrift of Bristol City and playing badly and Keane likes it at Ipswich.

    Nothing hateworthy in there at all - I mean I'll even admit Port Vale look like they'll get promoted.

    Ngog what is that story about as IT have blocked SkySports

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  58. blogdignag said...

    you used to go cottaging, jack?
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    No,I prefer shepherding.

    We are talking pies,aren't we?

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  59. adampsb said...

    blogdignag said...
    youre the living embodiment adam of why man u fans are hated from totness to timbuctoo and from welshpool to somewhere a long way away beginning with W
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    What like Woolalongong or somewhere like that.

    What Have I Done To Deserve This.
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    Shoe horning a PSB song title doesn't help your cause either Adam.

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  60. Why Did You Ngog Rafa said...

    http://www.skysports.com/story/0,19528,11678_6521812,00.html
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    Honestly, why lie?
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    adampsb said...

    Ngog what is that story about as IT have blocked SkySports
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    It's a news piece about why everyone loves Un**ed.

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  61. it's the way you said it, adam. the glee.

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  62. no i was implying you used to be a homosexual, but you routed me again with your damned witty ripostes, buxton

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  63. adampsb said...
    Ngog what is that story about as IT have blocked SkySports
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    As Jacks said......

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  64. Nah, joking, its about Colocini denying he elbowed Elmander.

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  65. sorry blogidy,if it makes you feel any better I wear this watch.

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  66. and i thought the stories werent true

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  67. Afternoon all

    Well a lesson learnt is not to laugh SO much when you learn that Spurs beat Arsenal
    that the football god (who has no sense of humour) goes and, as some sort of divine retribution, 'makes' Chelsea lose AGAIN.

    On subject of unfair, these wildcard in FFL are rubbish (Bo have you used yours yet?) USed mine the other week and I'm still sliding down the league faster than Bloggy on his firemans pole thing.

    Robbo, I am slight disturbed (possibly in more ways than one) that you have even heard of Kara Tointon does that mean a) you used to watch Eastenders, b) you have been watching Strictly or c) both?

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  68. http://www.walletpop.co.uk/2010/11/22/lottery-winner-forced-to-give-2m-to-his-ex-wife/

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    What a fucking bitch.

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  69. I would like to draw to everyone's attention the importance of today's date.

    20 years ago,the old witch announced she was standing down as PM.

    Would make a nice symmetry to your life Maggie if you did the decent thing today as well.

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  70. Birmingham, Birmingham, Birmingham. Birmingham, Birmingham, Birminghhhaaaam!!!! Birmingham, Birmingham, Birmingha-ham, Birmingha-ham BIRMINGHAM!!!!!!

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  71. Birmingham, Birmingham, Birmingham. Birmingham, Birmingham, Birminghhhaaaam!!!! Birmingham, Birmingham, Birmingha-ham, Birmingha-ham BIRMINGHAM!!!!!!

    Birmingham, Birmingham, Birmingham. Birmingham, Birmingham, Birminghhhaaaam!!!! Birmingham, Birmingham, Birmingha-ham, Birmingha-ham BIRMINGHAM!!!!!!

    Birmingham, Birmingham, Birmingham. Birmingham, Birmingham, Birminghhhaaaam!!!! Birmingham, Birmingham, Birmingha-ham, Birmingha-ham BIRMINGHAM!!!!!!

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  72. Hello BHB.

    Now like a few of the chaps on here I'm more occupied with life outside the premier league,however I have a couple of questions I'd like to ask.

    1)Who are the current PL champions?

    2)Who are top of the PL at the moment?

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  73. Jacks, I beleive, it's.........

    Birmingham, Birmingham, Birmingham. Birmingham, Birmingham, Birminghhhaaaam!!!! Birmingham, Birmingham, Birmingha-ham, Birmingha-ham BIRMINGHAM!!!!!!

    Birmingham, Birmingham, Birmingham. Birmingham, Birmingham, Birminghhhaaaam!!!! Birmingham, Birmingham, Birmingha-ham, Birmingha-ham BIRMINGHAM!!!!!!

    Birmingham, Birmingham, Birmingham. Birmingham, Birmingham, Birminghhhaaaam!!!! Birmingham, Birmingham, Birmingha-ham, Birmingha-ham BIRMINGHAM!!!!!!

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  74. I'l try and spell believe this time......

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  75. no, just seems to be some irritating little drone ngoging on and on

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  76. The Chelsea fans, sorry just one of you, fan, has to take grief after 3 defeats in 4 league games......so.......

    Birmingham, Birmingham, Birmingham. Birmingham, Birmingham, Birminghhhaaaam!!!! Birmingham, Birmingham, Birmingha-ham, Birmingha-ham BIRMINGHAM!!!!!!

    Birmingham, Birmingham, Birmingham. Birmingham, Birmingham, Birminghhhaaaam!!!! Birmingham, Birmingham, Birmingha-ham, Birmingha-ham BIRMINGHAM!!!!!!

    Birmingham, Birmingham, Birmingham. Birmingham, Birmingham, Birminghhhaaaam!!!! Birmingham, Birmingham, Birmingha-ham, Birmingha-ham BIRMINGHAM!!!!!!

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  77. Hi Jacks

    I appreciate that a lot of the chaps on here support far worthier causes than a few of us glory trophy hunting whores but thank you for your kind enquiry and to answer your points

    a) CHELSEA

    b) CHELSEA

    OR to put it another way

    a) not Man Poo
    b) not Man Poo

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  78. Hubris Ngog,long time left in the prem this season.

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  79. Thanks BHB for clearing that issue up.

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  80. I know there is Jacks, hence why the gloating happens when it can. As we won't be joint top for long......

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  81. Oh god,the Un**ed fan is on a gloating roll.

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  82. jacksofbuxton said...
    Oh god,the Un**ed fan is on a gloating roll.
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    Better than a cottaging cycle.....

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  83. I can remember when Bo established the nice Un**ed supporter club.Ngog being the only member I believe.Obviously he's ripped up his membership card now.

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  84. Why Did You Ngog Rafa said...

    jacksofbuxton said...
    Oh god,the Un**ed fan is on a gloating roll.
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    Better than a cottaging cycle.....
    _____________________________________
    Anything is better than being a Un**ed fan Ngogo.

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  85. I think Scholesy joined me in that group?

    Card still in tact.

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  86. Well, I think that is a bit far fetched....

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  87. Wine time (well nearly), cheers to you Jacks

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  88. jacksofbuxton said...

    Anything is better than being a Un**ed fan Ngogo.
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    Well, that explains your watch.....

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  89. Did someone mention Birmingham's win at the weekend?

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  90. First off, eggsellent blog , Robbo, esp liked this "more late withdrawals than a Roman Catholic orgy"

    2nd, the gloaters are out in force, well all 3 at the mo

    3rd Please, leighton, dont score tonight, so i can beat Baggie with Gamst coming off the bench

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  91. jacksofbuxton said...

    I would like to draw to everyone's attention the importance of today's date.

    20 years ago,the old witch announced she was standing down as PM.

    Would make a nice symmetry to your life Maggie if you did the decent thing today as well.

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    Wow, and I thought I hated Maggie Jack.

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  92. adampsb said...
    Did someone mention Birmingham's win at the weekend?

    >>>>>>>>>>

    i dont think nyone did, adam

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  93. Sorry Tone, I need Leighton to score at least 4 goals to overturn my impending loss to Ngog in the H2H

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  94. trotter ALERT

    Elmandy might be on the way out in january, just as youd learned to love him

    http://www.mirrorfootball.co.uk/news/Bolton-keen-to-tie-down-Johan-Elmander-to-new-one-year-contract-extension-article633941.html

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  95. Robbo is a queer

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  96. Anon it's a well known fact that those who go around being homophobic to others are usually in the closet themselves.

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  97. The art of Wummery is lost on some these days ...

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  98. I agree wih you Jack's on the milk snatcher but fear she is alive and well in the Oxbridges running the country. F*ck me what has Clegg done? The lib dems will be none existent by the next election. Mark my words!

    Oh and spurs will be dragged back into the quagmire of mediocrity by Liverpool next game with a boring 0-0 draw.

    Blackpool to out Bolton Bolton.

    Newcastle to bounce back against Chelski with their attack minded (literally) team.

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  99. Mandy's off? I can hear Barry Manilow tuning up. He'd be nuts to leave. Two years to find himself somewhere else, then kicking himslef as he misses out on being with Bolton in the Champs league. (he'd probably miss when he kicked himself).

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  100. That seems to have shut that little wanker up.

    Anyway, Trott, Mandy ought to be safe at your club. He seems a lot happier under Coyle's regime and whatever they're working on it's going brilliantly for him right now.

    He'll only go if someone came in, offered him silly wages to leave and he takes it, or if someone makes a silly offer that the club can't afford to turn down.

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  101. that's right Star, 200 grand a week to sit in the stands at City ought to do it.

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  102. did anyone see the Williamson incident at Newcastle v Bolton match? I have heard it was worth a sending off.

    If so, what's going on there? Barton, Carroll, Collocini and Williamson. Chris Hughton doesn't come across as a 'Snap there leg' type.

    Whoop Whoop maybe I do have a chance against Colchester Utd in head to head, Cahill has just scored!

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  103. BHB..if it makes you feel any better, i have avenged your loss to Bo this week (unless elmohamady comes off the bench to score a hat-trick now). You might want to consider using your wild card to arrest (should be easy for a cop) your slide (that done, you can pinch your swing or see-saw next).

    And yes robbo, let me add to the chorus of thanks for letting us know a new blog was up. my fucking F5 key is worn out.

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  104. I post a little message expressing my delight at the results over the weekend, which i suppose is the equivalent of ripping up my "nice man utd fan" card.

    Well, karma got me. Stomach cramps all yesterday and my eldest throws up at 12am last night....then again at 2am and i end up being awake with him til about 4.45am then up at 5.15am for work......damn you karma

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  105. Evening all. Are you still out there MR? Sorry to shatter your dreams but Elmohamady coming off the bench for 6 minutes screwed your chances. If he hadn't played and they'd used your sub you would have won. But as usual I will be gracious in victory and simply say.....

    MR's TEAM SUCK DONKEY DICK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    3 in a row, 3 in a row, 3 in a row, 3 in a row, 3 in a row, 3 in a row, 3 in a row, 3 in a row,
    3 in a row, 3 in a row, 3 in a row, 3 in a row, 3 in a row, 3 in a row, 3 in a row, 3 in a row.

    Just in case you were wondering I've won 3 in a row.

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  106. Wow, I got a fairly decent score in the FFL this week, but still slid down the league. Playing my wildcard hasn't really worked out for me (I'd advise against using yours Bo). Or maybe it's just the fact that Chelski have gone shite. Going to have to make a few changes this week and incur some points penalties. Can't wait for the transfer window to open.

    I realise that Maggie T is pretty close to Hitler in the popularity stakes over in Blighty, but she could shit on the streets back in the Falklands and everyone would stand round cheering and clapping. She's a bit of a heroine there and even has a street named after her. If she does indeed die today as Jacks is hoping for then a) Jacks, you'll be a suspect, and b) there'll probably be a week of mourning and a national holiday declared back in the Falklands.

    I can't see why Elmandy would leave the Reebok either, but I think that Bolton are in financial difficulties and so are quite open to the idea of selling off their best assets, unfortunately. If he keeps going like this, then his value will probably be at it's highest in January. Why only offer a 1 year contract? Just so he's not available on a free transfer? He can't be that old is he?

    And I'd like to echo Star's comments - luckily for Spurs, Daniel levy holds the purse strings pretty tightly, and so there's no danger of him bankrupting Spurs through dodgy deals. The chairman does most of the bargaining himself too - he flew over to Brazil in his private jet to sign Sandro, and was in Madrid on transfer deadline day signing Rafa. He's a very good chairman.

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  107. Hey look at that. My last comment came up as neil499 instead of my real name. But just to reiterate my point I can only say.........

    MR'S TEAM SUCK DONKEY DICK!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  108. And apologies to Trott but for my transfer this week I've dropped Carroll and brought in Elmander. That's almost certainly going to mean he breaks a leg or gets sent off next week. I dropped Malouda and Berbatov just before they hit form and picked Shcoles just when he started doing nothing. If anyone would like me not to pick members of their team I am happy to take cheques or cash to make the changes you require.

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  109. I'm also picking Elmander this week Colch, so he's doubly screwed. He'll have two broken legs and a dose of chlymadia by this time next week.

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  110. Noel, the 3 million we might get for Mandy won't pay off our 100m debts, good news is that it's the owners cash and he's a very understanding chap with good credit. Cahill will get sold first, after him, nobody's worth much except Holden and Lee maybe. If City were to come back in for Petrov at 100m then we'd be ready to talk.

    Colch, that's it then, kiss of death, Mandy won't score again before the transfer window closes.

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  111. Lady and gents, apologies for not teeing up the new blog on here. Reckon I'm doing one a week at the mo as I'm a busy boy... By the way, without appearing to be buttering up the lass I still think Chelsea will win the PL - even if the club's assistant coach seems to be selected by some sort of pin and blindfold technique. Or maybe this Nigerian fella won the Ancelottery. Keep up the good work regulars. And as we lefties say, Up The Lurkers!

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  112. Noel, Mrs T has a street named after her in the Falklands?! Well one day when I'm there I'd love to walk down Evil Bitch Lane with you>

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  113. Haha. Unfortunately it's not called that Robbo, although it's the street with all the Government offices on it, so it would be quite apt if it were. It's called Thatcher Drive. Claim to Fame time - I was working at a bar in the Falklands a few years back for some extra cash, and had to serve Carol Thatcher. Can't remember what she was doing there. What a fucking bitch. Complaining because there wasn't much choice of wine. We had red AND white, what was her problem? Her time on I'm a Celebrity must have gone to her head.

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  114. At least carol wasn't moaning that you can't buy argie golliwogs in the falkland islands Noel

    Thanks for the encouraging words Robbo we don't do his for fun you know

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  115. Mornin' all
    thought I'd lost it last night against Baggie after Baines 2 assists for him, only to discover this morn, he must have had Baines as 3rd sub. I would have felt worse after that twat Beckford missed from Jags long Ball in the last min, Brucies wife could have scored that.

    Commiseratrions, Baggie, and now for Bo of Oz at the weekend

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  116. tine to head for the fun factory

    c u all spaeter

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  117. G'day all

    I'll be ready for ya Tone.... my lot are doing about as well as the gunners at the mo... it'll be turnaround time this week.

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  118. Where's me old mate Jack... haven't seen him for an age... well it seems like an age anyway.

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  119. Pressure's on for me too in the FFL. Chairman's not happy with the losing streak in the H2H and even the league form's dipping. I'm just holding on at the edge of the top 10 now.

    Time to shake things up methinks, only problem is I can't afford to ditch Drogba as he's still a good half a mill above the price I initially paid for him.

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  120. Morning all.

    G'day Bo,I'm here.

    FFL wise I have £6.5m sat in the bank waiting to spend.Not sure on whom at the moment.Might flog Cashley,then I'll have dumped all my Chelsea contingent.

    Sadly,the old bitch didn't die yesterday.However,the champagne is still on ice.

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  121. TrotterUSA,your team are in for a change of luck I'm afraid.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/philmcnulty/2010/11/coyle_taking_bolton_forward.html

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  122. There you are... thought we'd lost you mate... you being 84 an all.... cant be too careful.

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  123. I still have the three pensioners in my team... I keep buggering up my transfers making it hard to get rid of them... I'll probably have to wait until I use my last wild card before I get around to dropping them

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  124. G'day Bo,I get a regular visit from help the aged so I'm looked after ok.I haven't been found wandering round the Buxton in my pyjamas yet,which is lucky as I don't have any.

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  125. Have you used your first wild card then Bo?

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  126. What gives with these pricks from fifa... they trying to hold england at ransom because the english press exposed a couple of their members receiving backhanders... that Warner's as crooked as a dog's hind leg and here he is slagging off a ywt to be aired tv show... they should be told to go fuck themselves... every last one of em.

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  127. We call it the silver chain over here mate... that could be nasty, out in buxton without yer jammies... especially with winter coming on

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  128. I have Jack (used my first wild card that is)... about 3-4 weeks back now... I could have sworn I told you... it's a bugger getting old.

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  129. The trouble with these people is they think they are above the law Bo.The Germany world cup all tickets for Trinidad and Tobago games,and any others that the islanders wanted to visit could only be bought from one company.Owned by Jack Warner.

    In any other business they'd all be looking at fraud charges.

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  130. BojanglesOfOz said...

    I have Jack (used my first wild card that is)... about 3-4 weeks back now... I could have sworn I told you... it's a bugger getting old.
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    My memory isn't what it was Bo.

    I'm 84 you know.

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  131. I would have suggested turfing the lot of them out but you would only get another shower like the lot that are there now... could even be worse... Warner is your typical pollie isn't he... most likely more perks at fifa than in politics in the windies.

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  132. You are 84 mate, it slipped my mind.

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  133. Warner is your typical pollie isn't he... most likely more perks at fifa than in politics in the windies.
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    They are all as bad as each other.Up to their noses in the trough.

    I'm not sure what you could do to improve it though,power corrupts and all that.Like pollies,turf 'em all out and there is another shower of shit ready to replace them.

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  134. The narrowest of victories against Baggie Mike in the H2H for my super marines.

    Commiserations.

    BOOOOOOOOOIIIIIng

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  135. Morning.
    Jacks, you idiot bugger, I know it was you who distracted Sunderland to allow Arteta to score and make it 2-2. :P

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  136. I have given up waiting for the revolution mate.... the only population not riddled with apathy are the french (maybe they haven't accepted TV there yet) but they take to the streets over any bloody thing so nobody takes em serious.

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  137. Is this your new method of communicating Spit... just bounce in and out... pretty hard to tie down mate.

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  138. G'day SS... where in India are you from?

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  139. SS11 said...

    Morning.
    Jacks, you idiot bugger,
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    Nice,thanks very much.

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  140. Bo, I am from Mumbai.

    Just kidding there Jacks! For next week I'll have same predictions as you give. :)

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  141. My daughter is travelling through India in two weeks... going to New Dehli and Shimla.

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  142. Ohh nice. The weather will be chill and windy. The winter has begun. Shimla is a very good hill station.

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  143. I have just googled it and it looks quite beautiful.

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  144. From Shimla, there's a place near by Manali via Rohtang Pass. Thats a place worth visiting. Which tour package have they booked?

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  145. It's not a package SS... she knows a guy from there and she is paying him a visit.

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  146. Okaye! Dec-Feb is blooming business for travel agents. Lot of tourists flock to India this time of the season.

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  147. I must be mad ... I've given in and put VdV in my team. Now shall I give him the armband and guarantee he'll get a broken leg this week?

    Oh, Cole's been dumped for Vidic. That leaves Drogba warming my bench.

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  148. I think about 30% of people have VDV in Star, so you surely can't be the kiss of death so to speak.

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  149. I have Vidic too. Drogba is keeping his place in my team this week. I feel he did enough to suggest he is getting back to fitness.

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  150. I have Bale in my team. Doesnt make sense to have VDV also. If Spurs have a bad game, then I'll have least pts from the two of them... but if Spurs do have a good game, it will be because of the two of them. Who to pick, I have 8.7 in bank?

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  151. jack next time youre in london check out this new nightclub:

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2010/nov/22/maggies-nightclub-inspired-by-thatcher

    when you turn the taps to wash your hands, her voice lectures you on monetarism and self-sufficiency. theres also a room full of old poor people you can kick and a baby dying in a cardboard box in the middle of the dancefloor

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  152. good for the scottish refs. they get far too much abuse and although a bit of friendly barraking is part of the fun, theyve become a soft target for managers because REFS WILL ALWAYS MAKE MISTAKES. celtic in particular are to blame.

    i stopped reffing for my boys team when i realised i was definitely going to punch one of these mouthy dads you get on touchlines all over the country

    if the game hangs on a single decision, then, as a couple of stokes games admittedly have, if the tie is being effectively decided by random, then stop complaining and find ways of strengthening your team.

    did the SFA not even bother with a respect campaign in the first place?

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  153. blogidy,I'll tip you the wink when I go.You can then let blue watch know to be ready.

    As for the refs,I agree.I'd like the prem refs to do it as well.They are an easy excuse for managers to use,having seen the replay 68 times in slow motion to see that someone was 3mm off side,with that fat idiot Alan Green grumbling about it as well.Him and Chris Kamara really get on my wick.

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  154. im not a fan of chelsea and their sinister james bond villain owner - chelsea today, a robot poodle tomorrow, a death star next friday - but ancellotti is class

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  155. yes lets go there for a drink, jack, you go dressed as patrick mcgee, i'll go as obama bin london, the black cockney al-quaeda operative

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  156. I can't do a very convincing Irish accent blogidy.Other than that,I'll have a word with some of the lads that work in the local quarries for some semtex.

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  157. I like Ancellotti,I also have a lot of time for Mancini as well.He's taken some serious stick,but still has an outfit of mercenaries near the top.Maybe Hannibal Smith would make a good manager.

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  158. cruelest nicknames, independent

    my favourite:

    Dissa (Neil Pointon)
    The Manchester City, Oldham and Everton fullback was a consistent, if unspectacular performer whose willingness was not matched by his skill. His Dissa-Pointon nickname was only really true if you expected much more from him.

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  159. The head of Spain/Portugal's World Cup 2018 bid has claimed they already have as many as eight of the 22 FIFA votes in the bag.

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    i think they'll win it. uncontroversial (except they had it recently - was it 82 google will know)

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  160. http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/football/africa/9185598.stm
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    Vote for Asamoah Gyan!

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  161. one for trott...davies one of the best transfer deals ever/indepnedent butis damned by very very faint praise ....
    >>>>>>>>>>>>
    Kevin Davies (Southampton to Bolton Wanderers, free, 2003)
    Davies' career was ambling towards oblivion when Sam Allardyce took him to Bolton for nothing. A spiky target man or rare presence, he is the most under-rated of forwards and leads the line with less pace but as many goals as England hero Emile Heskey

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  162. blogdignag said...

    The head of Spain/Portugal's World Cup 2018 bid has claimed they already have as many as eight of the 22 FIFA votes in the bag.

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    i think they'll win it. uncontroversial (except they had it recently - was it 82 google will know)
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    It was 1982 blogidy,remember it well.FIFA changed the rules for WC groups after that as England got knocked out despite not losing a game.

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  163. Question

    Who is the top porn star that shagged every Robbo Regular in the H2H (not the Dutch Guy) La Liga.

    Answer

    Helsinki Arabs Buzz.

    Bzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.

    The prophet Elmohandy once said; " God is great. God is everlasting. God is omnipotent and God is omnipresent".

    Elmohandy asked God about wasps.

    God shat himself!!!!!!!!!!!!

    WASPS. It's all a great delusion. Wasps are scarier than WWIII, Armageddon, Apocalypse put together and multiplied by infinity!

    BTW, great blog Robbo!

    ps I once got in a car with a wasp. Brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr. I shat so hard it engulfed the next "Big Bang" and caused an entire universe to be wiped from existence.

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  164. Bloggy,

    Apparently, I am known as Wash.

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  165. Why Did You Ngog Rafa

    I don't mean to be a grammar pedant but you should have a question mark at the end there.

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  166. Helsinki, FYI

    I think you will find in game week 6 I kicked your arse 41-28! And you were at home.

    Gameweek 5 Adampsb (of all people) beat you 61 56.

    Star beat you in game week 7 36-29 and in gameweek 13, H2H battered you 47-28!!

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  167. Bloggy,

    Apparently, I am known as Wash.

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    It sounds like a comment, not a question to me. But mi Engrish are shite!

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  168. Why Did You Ngog Rafa

    Methinks you are statistician. I DECRY YOU!!!!!!

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  169. ... And beating me is no big achievement. I have been lying bottom ever since the league started. I have to thank FBH for that, if he makes 1 or 2 changes then I'll be last.

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  170. Afternoon everyone

    The Tees Mouth said
    By the way, without appearing to be buttering up the lass I still think Chelsea will win the PL -

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    Robbo, if you were buttering me up firstly, I would have to change my name to Marge and secondly, you should know full well by now, the only way to get round me is to post random pics of Mourinho on your blog


    even if the club's assistant coach seems to be selected by some sort of pin and blindfold technique. .

    ********

    I believe the new assistant coach was picked from an email he sent claiming he was a Nigerian prince and asking for Abramovichs bank details


    STGP - hows job going, though I am very very disappointed at your gloating email, shame on you

    As for FFL, I can think of other words it should stand for, have plummeted even further down both leagues now. I will very soon be fighting with FBH over bottom place. Perhaps Bo can give me some advice as to when/if ever to use the first wildcard.

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  171. Helsinki Arab said...

    Why Did You Ngog Rafa

    I don't mean to be a grammar pedant but you should have a question mark at the end there.
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    So there should be a question mark at the end of a question.

    Helsinki Arab said...

    Question

    Who is the top porn star that shagged every Robbo Regular in the H2H (not the Dutch Guy) La Liga.

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  172. BHB,you should have taken Scholesy's gloating organ when you were harvesting his kidney.

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  173. You're right Jacks, but I did turn his spleen into korma which he was experiencing the other day

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  174. Emmanuel Adebayor has revealed Manchester City have agreed a loan deal with Juventus that will see the out-of-favour striker leave for Italy in January.

    Juventus are eyeing up a bid for Manchester United striker Dimitar Berbatov, whose form has dipped dramatically after a solid start to the season.

    The Italian club are also interested in signing United forward Federico Macheda on loan in January.
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    Juventus are desperate for strikers!

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  175. BLUEHELLSBELLS said...

    You're right Jacks, but I did turn his spleen into korma which he was experiencing the other day
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    Spleen korma?

    That sounds terrible.

    Surely a dupiaza would have been better.

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  176. jacksofbuxton

    hahahaha. Very astute. Olen doff minun Kappi.

    Buuuuuuuuuut. Everybody hates a smart arse.

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  177. jacksofbuxton said...

    Spleen korma?

    That sounds terrible.

    Surely a dupiaza would have been better.

    __________________________


    It was terrible Jacks, but at least I can now say spleen there, done that. Hopefully he wont spend the whole day vin da loo

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  178. ha-ha,giggle, snigger, snicker, marathon, topic, cackle, chortle, guffaw, hee-hee, tee-hee, tee-pee (earl grey), *laughs*, smile, titter, chuckle brothers, broo-haha, snort, wha....?

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  179. mornin' Lads,

    Jacks thanks for the McNugget link, just how I like to start the day. It starts with him saying he was wrong but maybe he'll be right later and with the wisdom of hindsight we'll all be able to say what a great prophet he is/was then goes on to get padded out with quotes from two football celebrities stating the obvious. Nice to see he's still covering all the big clubs though!

    Blog, was Heskey really an England hero?

    How do these fkn "journalists" find so much drama where there is none?

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  180. blogdignag

    Are you ok? You seem a bit Yorkshire Ripperish?

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  181. Why give it to them? Both countries will be bust by 2018.

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  182. Trotter,I'm sure it must be quite heart breaking for you to read all those Burnley fans wailing and gnashing their teeth.

    I feel your pain.

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  183. Why Did You Ngog Rafa said...

    Helsinki, FYI

    I think you will find in game week 6 I kicked your arse 41-28! And you were at home.

    Gameweek 5 Adampsb (of all people) beat you 61 56.

    Star beat you in game week 7 36-29 and in gameweek 13, H2H battered you 47-28!!
    23 November 2010 12:27

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    You've done the double over me? Fucking hell my team needs some hairdryer treatment.

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  184. Yep, the violin is out. The irony is that OC was on a short list of two when they gave the job to Meggo. Gartside then recommended OC to Burnley. We could have been CL winners by now. On these seemingly insignificant decisions, the world hinges. Just like when Hitler got turned down for the Vienna school of music.

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  185. If Bolton do win the CL,please,please,please don't turn into a smug fan like the Un**ed lot.

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  186. Starfire said...
    Why Did You Ngog Rafa said...

    Helsinki, FYI

    I think you will find in game week 6 I kicked your arse 41-28! And you were at home.

    Gameweek 5 Adampsb (of all people) beat you 61 56.

    Star beat you in game week 7 36-29 and in gameweek 13, H2H battered you 47-28!!
    23 November 2010 12:27

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    You've done the double over me? Fucking hell my team needs some hairdryer treatment.

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    Who did the double?

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  187. Smugness is a virtue of being successful..........Hahahahaha!!!

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  188. Never mind Ngog, the coffee isn't doing it's job today.

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  189. Jacks, we won the white horse cup final but it didn't make us all smug, in fact, we hardly ever even mention it. CL glory isn't likely to change much.

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  190. Fair enough Trotter.

    Can't imagine you being like this.....

    Why Did You Ngog Rafa said...

    Smugness is a virtue of being successful..........Hahahahaha!!!

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