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General Football / Re: Around the grounds - other teams games
« Last post by peachy on Today at 05:21:41 PM »
liverpool tearing bournemouth a new one, salah hits 20th goal, ?45m well spent methinks
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The Club / Re: WHAT I CANNOT UNDERSTAND
« Last post by holycrosser on Today at 05:08:11 PM »
good question, turned out a complete fuk up for him and now the team is in sh1t street.

i'm beginning to lose the will  :nonono:

i hate caring
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The Club / Re: West Ham v Newcastle United FC 23/12/17
« Last post by holycrosser on Today at 05:03:16 PM »
 i looked at the Shelvey thing, wasn't it just a one match ban? :wtf:

hope so
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The Club / Re: Arsenal v Newcastle
« Last post by Deffy. on Today at 04:36:02 PM »

do you trust him with just ?30 million?   bare in mind he's just spunked that

Yes if he has the say on what players we get.
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Off Day / Re: Ashes 2017/18
« Last post by Surreymag on Today at 04:26:40 PM »
Let's just hope it pisses down all day it's our only hope!
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The Club / Re: West Ham v Newcastle United FC 23/12/17
« Last post by Surreymag on Today at 04:24:59 PM »
As the games tick off and we sleepwalk to relegation yet many see January as our saviour , well it could be too late, we need point/points an it needs to be now.

lose this and we could be bottom/will be bottom at xmas and we all know that usually means relegation.

a win against the Hammers and we are in with a chance  :thumbs:

lose and i think we will never get out of this, again  :nonono:


i'd go like this ..................

Elliot
Dummett
Lascelles
Clark
Manquillo
Merino
Shelvey
Ritchie
Atsu
Perez
Ritchie

pointless picking Mitro, we need to have a go.  :thumbs:
                     
                     
Isn't Shelvey suspended? West Ham have turned the corner and will be up for this but I fancy us to nick this 2-1. I maybe living in cuckoo land but I do feel we are due a slice of good fortune and an early Christmas present would be very welcome!
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The Club / Re: Arsenal v Newcastle
« Last post by Surreymag on Today at 04:19:03 PM »
Same pricks wanting Rafa out can't pick a manager to replace him. Fuktards can't see he's by far the best we could get under the current regime.
He may well be but the team are struggling even with him at the helm. There is only so much he will take. I could see him walking away if the situation with money and players remains the same come January.
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The Club / West Ham v Newcastle United FC 23/12/17
« Last post by holycrosser on Today at 03:28:31 PM »

As the games tick off and we sleepwalk to relegation yet many see January as our saviour , well it could be too late, we need point/points an it needs to be now.

lose this and we could be bottom/will be bottom at xmas and we all know that usually means relegation.

a win against the Hammers and we are in with a chance  :thumbs:

lose and i think we will never get out of this, again  :nonono:


i'd go like this ..................

Elliot
Dummett
Lascelles
Clark
Manquillo
Merino
Shelvey
Ritchie
Atsu
Perez
Ritchie

pointless picking Mitro, we need to have a go.  :thumbs:
                     
                     
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The Club / Re: Arsenal v Newcastle
« Last post by holycrosser on Today at 03:16:05 PM »
Ashley is the first to blame. For someone who is considered as a great business man, he always seems to do the same mistake of not investing at the right time : he did not invest after the season we finisihed 5th and he has not invested last summer to ensure PL survival.

Thay said, where we are now, I believe Benitez is not the right manager but it's not his fault. He is a manager who will excel with top players. By the way I don't buy into the argument that any manager can do the job when there is a brilliant squad. It's like saying anyone can drive a Formula 1 car.

I read the recent interview of Hayden in The Guardian where he explains that Rafa is looking at every single details and that even when you have a good game, he will not praise you but rather highlight this 2 yards positioning mistake at one occurence during the match.
I think Steven Gerrard also mentionned this.

At this moment in time we rather have a manager who is a man management guru, a motivator who transmits emotion and passion to the group, insert a fighting spirit which is lacking at the moment.

Rafa comes across as being methodical and rational.That is all good with quality players. But with our squad, the only chance of survival is to have a commando spirit, "all in it together" kind of attitude.

This is why he will pick up Joselu rather tban.Mitro for instance. Joselu listens to Rafa's instruction. Mitro doesn't.
 However the Serbian gives to the team a passion that is missing and could spark a sentiment of revolt.

The goalkeeper situation has also been badly managed by Rafa imho. This is a job where you need to feel super confident. None of our 3 keepers can possibly feel confident at the moment with Rafa openly saying he needs to find a senior keeper.

So, Ashley needs to invest in Jamuary to provide to Rafa the quality players he needs and guarantee.PL survival. After which the sale of the.club next summer at the price he wants will be easier.
And nobody will complain about.Rafa.

If Ashley does not invest and keeps.Rafa, then we are going down ; Rafa is not the type.of manager that suits a relegation fight with bang average players.
I don't want Rafa out but the simple reality is that this is a mismatch right now.
Either we improve.dramtatically the squad and keep.Rafa.
Either we don't buy players and then.Rafa.needs to go.for his own sake.






an honest post that i agree with , some just don't see it
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The Club / Re: Arsenal v Newcastle
« Last post by holycrosser on Today at 03:03:50 PM »
Rafa is a world class manager while Pulis is bang average at best.


Get this takeover complete with a decent sum for Jan and we'll be fine.


In Rafa we trust.


do you trust him with just ?30 million?   bare in mind he's just spunked that
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