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  1. sensiblegreeny

    sensiblegreeny Well-Known Member
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    I have just watched the second half of a game on BT free view that must be one of the most incredible I have ever sat and watched. Barcelona v Paris SG second leg. Trailing by 4 goals from the first leg Barcelona secured victory in the last 10 minutes including injury time by scoring 3 times. They won 6 - 1 on the night. Unbelievable and had me on the edge of my seat even though I have no real interest in either club or the competition.
     
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  2. Plymborn

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    Is it true that Adams had them in Sunday morning training ?

    A few comments around that some of them looked tired.....If they where in Sunday training.....what the hell for....good result on Saturday so why not let them relax on Sunday.......at this time of the season they need to conserve their energy not be out training only 18 hours after playing.....they need to relax not only physically but mentally as well.
     
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    I think it's normal to do light "wind down" training on the day after a match
     
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    Lets hope it was light "wind down" training.
     
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    I think you will find that there has been a lot of rubbish spoken in various places about the training regime......
     
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    Ashley Barnes scores for Burnley at the Kop End. Liverpool 0 1 Burnley.
     
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  7. sensiblegreeny

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    I notice you haven't completed the match stats notdistant. Still we taught him all he knows.:emoticon-0103-cool:
     
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  8. Plymborn

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    Celtic fail to win for the second time this season......26 wins and 2 draws.......sack the manager.
     
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  9. sensiblegreeny

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    You know those Armchair Managers they always talk about. Well, anyone of those could win the league up there with Celtic. They don't need a Manager do they.

    On another note I see Millwall supporters have done their club proud again. Accusations of racial chanting against Son. They just never change do they. Stuck in the 70's forever more.
     
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    It was hard to understand how Millwall are in a play-off position after their poor performance against a "weakened" Spurs (Kane missing) yesterday.....but we do know why don't we.....not so much a Cheddar Gorge but a Grand Canyon gulf between the Premier and Championship Leagues......money, money, money makes so much difference......the Millwall chanting probably had something to do with the embarrassment they felt for their team.....Millwall fans these days are pussy cats compared to the 1960's when the London Docklands existed.....where going to the Old Den as an away supporter wearing your teams colours was interpreted as a death wish......even the slightest of smiles could get you in trouble if your team scored,.......so beating them 2-1 in January 1967 and taking their 59 game unbeaten home run away was like running through the enemies trenches clothed in green without a tin helmet on.....(I woz there).

    But in all seriousness racial chanting has no place in modern football these days....when most teams have quite a few foreign players as standard......and good English players are hard to find.....but we mustn't be too hard on ourselves....we could be Scottish, who get excited watching Div 1 & 2 rejects playing in their top league.......we mustn't forget our best player is an Irishman who once played in Scotland and came south (very south/west) to further his career.
     
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  11. Greenarmyjoe

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    Have you seen the pictures of the so called thugs.. Some are older men, still think they are in the 70/80.. Idiots.. I have heard other teams chant DVD to son when i have been at White Hart Lane.. so not just millwall, and yes i have been to the old and new den and never experienced any problems.. .Every club has them.. but they seem to breed them more than others.. Life bans are on the way for the moorons..
     
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  12. sensiblegreeny

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    No matter how embarrassing your own team is there is still no place for racial chanting. I think rather than it going away however it is making more of a comeback especially across Europe and the further East you go the worse it gets. There's a World Cup coming up in Russia. God forbid but I can see that decending into farce. Especially when I read a short time ago a statement accredited to one of their MPs of whatever they are called there. That was "if they want to fight then I see no harm in letting them" There you go Russian mafioso, fill your boots.
     
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  13. Greenarmyjoe

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    Yes I read that article, saying lets get them in the stadiums and fight each other. Then it wont happen on the streets.

    Best avoid that world cup.. **** Russia
     
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  14. sensiblegreeny

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    I can't see Russia going very far in the competition despite them being at home. Can you imagine what might kick off after they go out for example with all those foreigners in their towns and their own mobs with nothing to do and time on their hands. Carnage seems a good word to start with.
     
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    Will Trump be invited by his mate Putin?
     
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  16. Plymborn

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    A CASE OF DO WHAT I SAY.....NOT AS I DO

    Uproar amongst the Westminster elite over Gideon George Oliver Osborne and his new job......Editor of the London Evening Standard, another job for the needy loathsome Osborne.

    1.....A FULL time MP for Tatton.....salary £75,000 per annum.
    2.....Part-time job with City firm Blackrock Investment Institute.....salary £650,000 per annum.
    3.....Lucrative public speaking career earning in the last 6 months.....£800,000.
    4.....Part-time fellow of Arizona State University.....£120,000 per annum.
    5.....Editor of the London Evening Standard (he has no journalistic experience) ....salary £250,000 per annum.

    Total per annum.....£1,895,000.

    The man that taught us austerity as a country.....screwing every bit of life out of the nation....he is now the biggest free loader this 21st century can offer.

    His Tatton constituents are not too happy.....the experienced journalistic world didn't see this coming and are not too happy either.
    Known as the 'smug poster boy of the sneering classes'....who was immediately sacked by Theresa May when she became PM.

    This knocks the expenses claiming MP world into oblivion......peanuts compared with Osborne's conniving.

    It has been suggested that Theresa May puts him on a zero hour contract .....and pays him only when he struggles in for a division vote.

    I hope Tatton feel they are getting value for money.
     
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  17. Greenarmyjoe

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    He gets the same amount as a plumber now.. that is not right!! he deserves it all.. :eek:
     
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  18. sensiblegreeny

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    He probably thinks you twats voted out so feck the lot of you and I'm off to pastures green. Can't blame him if I'm honest. Up to the people he represents to kick him out if that's what they want to do. If forced to choose one or more to give up from that list it's not rocket science which one it's likely to be is it.
     
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    Is that all you are on Joe!? Think you might want to think about putting your prices up...
     
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  20. Greenarmyjoe

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    Agree with Sensible, i thought he was ok as a chancellor.. But given the choice now .. he may walk as an MP ..
     
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