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Football / Re: Rafael Benítez
« Last Post by Crumpy Gunt on Today at 08:54:12 am »
Biggest shower horseshit I’ve ever forced myself to read.
Not much in there that isn't close to hitting the nail on the head. What would you suggest was 'horseshit'? 10 games / no wins. Is it unreasonable to question Rafa? Pardew etc got f***ing pelters for such runs. And the boo's at yesterdays substitution?
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Football / Re: RELEGATIONOMETER IS BACK
« Last Post by Optimistic Nut on Today at 08:53:54 am »
All this talk of no one wanting to buy the club while in danger of relegation makes me wonder where man city were in the league when sheik Masour bought them?

He was going to pour in mega cash though so relegation was never going to be a concern.
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Football / Re: Rafael Benítez
« Last Post by chopey on Today at 08:49:45 am »
So Bishop's next move is to get the fans to turn on Rafa, probably sack him before Christmas spend January looking for a new manager and then relegation and Mike adds another £30 million to his bill.....................Rinse and Repeat.
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Chat / Re: NBA 2018-19
« Last Post by RodneyCisse on Today at 08:47:48 am »
Kyrie just playing PG and passing.
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Football / Re: Rafael Benítez
« Last Post by Darth Crooks on Today at 08:46:02 am »
Biggest shower horseshit I’ve ever forced myself to read.
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Football / Re: Mike Ashley
« Last Post by chopey on Today at 08:43:28 am »
I see he was there again yesterday, he didn't look as chippa as previous visits 
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Football / Re: Rafael Benítez
« Last Post by Crumpy Gunt on Today at 08:43:01 am »
The syntactical gymnastics (think I just made-up a phrase/concept!) in that article with everything themed toward a transparent anti-Benefiz agenda makes it laugahable. Yet I am guessing you are including it to validate your own anti-Benetiz agenda? Sorry, not just yours. Yours and the ‘vastly increased number of fans,’ (FFS  :lol:). Unless, of course,  you wrote it and are so proud that you feel the need to share more widely.
Not mine unfortunately. Thought it a good read though.
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Football / Re: Rafael Benítez
« Last Post by Altamullan on Today at 08:39:04 am »
The syntactical gymnastics (think I just made-up a phrase/concept!) in that article with everything themed toward a transparent anti-Benefiz agenda makes it laugahable. Yet I am guessing you are including it to validate your own anti-Benetiz agenda? Sorry, not just yours. Yours and the ‘vastly increased number of fans,’ (FFS  :lol:). Unless, of course,  you wrote it and are so proud that you feel the need to share more widely.
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Football / Re: RELEGATIONOMETER IS BACK
« Last Post by Ankles Bennett on Today at 08:36:12 am »
All this talk of no one wanting to buy the club while in danger of relegation makes me wonder where man city were in the league when sheik Masour bought them?
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Football / Re: Rafael Benítez
« Last Post by steve_69 on Today at 08:33:42 am »
From a blog I've just read.

Ah Newcastle United; what act has the tragicomic pantomime reached in this international break? Well, on the pitch events continue to demonstrate that Benitez is the Noel Gallagher of football management; washed-up, hopeless, irrelevant and turning into an embarrassment. Indeed, his refusal to allow the likes of Freddy Woodman to go out on loan is more akin to something from Josef Ftizl’s parenting manual. A grand total of 1 point, courtesy of an unconvincing non-display at Selhurst Park where Palace spurned half a dozen gilt-edged chances, was harvested from the latest set of fixtures which included timid and predictable home losses to Arsenal and Leicester, where the ponderous sicknote Rondon (aka Slimani II) was hors de combat with some mysterious ailment that really ought to have precluded his signing in the first place, not to mention the five goal tragedy at Old Trafford. Sels, Lazaar, Games, Manquillo, Slimani and now Rondon; with that kind of record in the transfer market you can understand why Ashley keeps his friends close and his wallet closer.




Having widely been predicted as being an unwatchable mess, Mourinho’s Evening of Rehabilitation turned into the game of the season so far, while Liverpool versus Man City stunk the place out. Newcastle enjoyed 70 minutes of untroubled dominance, but a 2-0 lead turned into a desperate late loss as Mourinho kept his job, which is almost as farcical a state of affairs as Benitez keeping his.  At any normal club, things really ought to be hotting up for Benitez, as the newly slimline and frankly rather handsome Mike Ashley has been attending games of late to see El Rey de la Mierda de Toro’s tactical masterclass at first hand.




Without question, Ashley has been a devastatingly malign influence on Newcastle United, but the dinosaur tactics, miserable demeanour, rank incompetence in the transfer market and utter inability to accept any responsibility for the dire situation the team is in must all count against Benitez. The owner saw the abject failure in front of goal against Palace and Leicester; no goals scored, and, in the case of the latter game, a defeat assured the moment the team sheet was submitted. Don’t forget the storm of booing that greeted Benitez’s decision to withdraw Matt Ritchie at that game and the vastly increased numbers of fans who are starting to question the way the manager is going about his job. Many more are starting to see the validity in the “If Rafa stays I go” anti bullshit standpoint.



Wow!
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