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Offline buzza

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Re: Alan Shearer
« Reply #250 on: Monday 23 June 2014, 11:27:12 AM »
Although he was great as a player, the man is as thick as pig shiiite! Why the hell would we employ another imbecil who cannot see further than his own nose???
I want somebody with intelligence, with his own football philosophy and the balls to carry it through, although this is virtually impossible with a fat cnut like Mickey holding the reigns.
P.S. His commentary on MOTD is bland, insipid and sleep provoking! What a complete tw*at he is...
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« Reply #251 on: Monday 23 June 2014, 11:28:43 AM »
I wouldn't want Shearer anywhere near the Managers job to be honest, he's a highly paid pundit paid to analyse the Premier league and yet can't name half the players in the Premier league :lol:. Imagine Shearer scouting and analysing foreign talent.  He'd get destroyed tactically by any half decent manager and his ego and past bust ups suggest his man management skills will be akin to Roy Keane.

He's is one of if not the best players to ever play for us but I don't think he's made for the management business and I think he knows that deep down.

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« Reply #252 on: Monday 23 June 2014, 11:28:48 AM »
A trophy with Liverpool and Blackburn. Not to mention couple of decent season with the later. I'd say that's closer to being decent than a "comprehensive failure".

But then he's a t***....  therefore it's OK not being objective.

Offline hakka

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« Reply #253 on: Monday 23 June 2014, 11:29:11 AM »
Although he was great as a player, the man is as thick as pig shiiite! Why the hell would we employ another imbecil who cannot see further than his own nose???
I want somebody with intelligence, with his own football philosophy and the balls to carry it through, although this is virtually impossible with a fat cnut like Mickey holding the reigns.
P.S. His commentary on MOTD is bland, insipid and sleep provoking! What a complete tw*at he is...

Disgustingly put, even though accurate.

Why can't people just be a little nice/respectful? :lol:

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« Reply #254 on: Monday 23 June 2014, 12:10:09 PM »
A trophy with Liverpool and Blackburn. Not to mention couple of decent season with the later. I'd say that's closer to being decent than a "comprehensive failure".

But then he's a t***....  therefore it's OK not being objective.

No, he's just a s*** manager. How can a Newcastle fan not see that he was a s*** manager? It defies belief. He won one trophy but dismantled a team that had been winning everything going for over a decade. When he left Blackburn, he was on the verge of being sacked and SBR's team with Carver in charge beat them 3-0. He dismantled our team as well. I don't, I just don't understand what's so difficult to understand...

Offline Dinho lad

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« Reply #255 on: Monday 23 June 2014, 12:19:59 PM »
A trophy with Liverpool and Blackburn. Not to mention couple of decent season with the later. I'd say that's closer to being decent than a "comprehensive failure".

But then he's a t***....  therefore it's OK not being objective.

No, he's just a s*** manager. How can a Newcastle fan not see that he was a s*** manager? It defies belief. He won one trophy but dismantled a team that had been winning everything going for over a decade. When he left Blackburn, he was on the verge of being sacked and SBR's team with Carver in charge beat them 3-0. He dismantled our team as well. I don't, I just don't understand what's so difficult to understand...

He was f***ing s*** for us, yes. Doesn't mean that for periods he didn't do decent jobs somewhere else.

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« Reply #256 on: Monday 23 June 2014, 12:48:46 PM »
Like I said in my OP, I don't think Rangers really counts. That's the only place that I would say that he did a decent job.

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« Reply #257 on: Monday 23 June 2014, 12:56:06 PM »
A trophy with Liverpool and Blackburn. Not to mention couple of decent season with the later. I'd say that's closer to being decent than a "comprehensive failure".

But then he's a t***....  therefore it's OK not being objective.

No, he's just a s*** manager. How can a Newcastle fan not see that he was a s*** manager? It defies belief. He won one trophy but dismantled a team that had been winning everything going for over a decade. When he left Blackburn, he was on the verge of being sacked and SBR's team with Carver in charge beat them 3-0. He dismantled our team as well. I don't, I just don't understand what's so difficult to understand...

He was f***ing s*** for us, yes. Doesn't mean that for periods he didn't do decent jobs somewhere else.
Souness was weapons grade horse s*** and should never have been anywhere near our club.
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« Reply #258 on: Monday 23 June 2014, 01:02:38 PM »
Love Shearer to death but I wouldn't want him as manager, in any scenario.

Offline hakka

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« Reply #259 on: Monday 23 June 2014, 01:04:35 PM »
A trophy with Liverpool and Blackburn. Not to mention couple of decent season with the later. I'd say that's closer to being decent than a "comprehensive failure".

But then he's a t***....  therefore it's OK not being objective.

No, he's just a s*** manager. How can a Newcastle fan not see that he was a s*** manager? It defies belief. He won one trophy but dismantled a team that had been winning everything going for over a decade. When he left Blackburn, he was on the verge of being sacked and SBR's team with Carver in charge beat them 3-0. He dismantled our team as well. I don't, I just don't understand what's so difficult to understand...

He was f***ing s*** for us, yes. Doesn't mean that for periods he didn't do decent jobs somewhere else.
Souness was weapons grade horse s*** and should never have been anywhere near our club.

I hate what Souness did to our club. He sold everyone who made us tick. Batty, Ginola, Ferdinand and Gillespie off the top of my head I think, and those players were critical to accompanying Shearer. He also brought some dross, Jon Dahl Tomasson was awful for us all be it he went on to do ok in Italy. Think he signed Given and Solano so perhaps those were the good things he did, but it wasn't worth it at the expense of destroying an attacking mentality and squad of players for a negative system and shitter players. Gullit was just as awful too. Thank god Bobby came when he did, although am I right in thinking Bobby turned us down before we got Souness in?

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« Reply #260 on: Monday 23 June 2014, 01:09:18 PM »
A trophy with Liverpool and Blackburn. Not to mention couple of decent season with the later. I'd say that's closer to being decent than a "comprehensive failure".

But then he's a t***....  therefore it's OK not being objective.

No, he's just a s*** manager. How can a Newcastle fan not see that he was a s*** manager? It defies belief. He won one trophy but dismantled a team that had been winning everything going for over a decade. When he left Blackburn, he was on the verge of being sacked and SBR's team with Carver in charge beat them 3-0. He dismantled our team as well. I don't, I just don't understand what's so difficult to understand...

He was f***ing s*** for us, yes. Doesn't mean that for periods he didn't do decent jobs somewhere else.
Souness was weapons grade horse s*** and should never have been anywhere near our club.

Oh, thanks for that.

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« Reply #261 on: Monday 23 June 2014, 01:09:28 PM »
A trophy with Liverpool and Blackburn. Not to mention couple of decent season with the later. I'd say that's closer to being decent than a "comprehensive failure".

But then he's a t***....  therefore it's OK not being objective.

No, he's just a s*** manager. How can a Newcastle fan not see that he was a s*** manager? It defies belief. He won one trophy but dismantled a team that had been winning everything going for over a decade. When he left Blackburn, he was on the verge of being sacked and SBR's team with Carver in charge beat them 3-0. He dismantled our team as well. I don't, I just don't understand what's so difficult to understand...

He was f***ing s*** for us, yes. Doesn't mean that for periods he didn't do decent jobs somewhere else.
Souness was weapons grade horse s*** and should never have been anywhere near our club.

I hate what Souness did to our club. He sold everyone who made us tick. Batty, Ginola, Ferdinand and Gillespie off the top of my head I think, and those players were critical to accompanying Shearer. He also brought some dross, Jon Dahl Tomasson was awful for us all be it he went on to do ok in Italy. Think he signed Given and Solano so perhaps those were the good things he did, but it wasn't worth it at the expense of destroying an attacking mentality and squad of players for a negative system and shitter players. Gullit was just as awful too. Thank god Bobby came when he did, although am I right in thinking Bobby turned us down before we got Souness in?

Dalglish. Easy mistake, both dour, s***, Scottish managers.

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« Reply #262 on: Monday 23 June 2014, 01:12:07 PM »
A trophy with Liverpool and Blackburn. Not to mention couple of decent season with the later. I'd say that's closer to being decent than a "comprehensive failure".

But then he's a t***....  therefore it's OK not being objective.

No, he's just a s*** manager. How can a Newcastle fan not see that he was a s*** manager? It defies belief. He won one trophy but dismantled a team that had been winning everything going for over a decade. When he left Blackburn, he was on the verge of being sacked and SBR's team with Carver in charge beat them 3-0. He dismantled our team as well. I don't, I just don't understand what's so difficult to understand...

He was f***ing s*** for us, yes. Doesn't mean that for periods he didn't do decent jobs somewhere else.
Souness was weapons grade horse s*** and should never have been anywhere near our club.

I hate what Souness did to our club. He sold everyone who made us tick. Batty, Ginola, Ferdinand and Gillespie off the top of my head I think, and those players were critical to accompanying Shearer. He also brought some dross, Jon Dahl Tomasson was awful for us all be it he went on to do ok in Italy. Think he signed Given and Solano so perhaps those were the good things he did, but it wasn't worth it at the expense of destroying an attacking mentality and squad of players for a negative system and shitter players. Gullit was just as awful too. Thank god Bobby came when he did, although am I right in thinking Bobby turned us down before we got Souness in?

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« Reply #263 on: Monday 23 June 2014, 01:20:06 PM »
WTF :lol:

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« Reply #264 on: Monday 23 June 2014, 01:23:35 PM »
A trophy with Liverpool and Blackburn. Not to mention couple of decent season with the later. I'd say that's closer to being decent than a "comprehensive failure".

But then he's a t***....  therefore it's OK not being objective.

No, he's just a s*** manager. How can a Newcastle fan not see that he was a s*** manager? It defies belief. He won one trophy but dismantled a team that had been winning everything going for over a decade. When he left Blackburn, he was on the verge of being sacked and SBR's team with Carver in charge beat them 3-0. He dismantled our team as well. I don't, I just don't understand what's so difficult to understand...

He was f***ing s*** for us, yes. Doesn't mean that for periods he didn't do decent jobs somewhere else.
Souness was weapons grade horse s*** and should never have been anywhere near our club.

I hate what Souness did to our club. He sold everyone who made us tick. Batty, Ginola, Ferdinand and Gillespie off the top of my head I think, and those players were critical to accompanying Shearer. He also brought some dross, Jon Dahl Tomasson was awful for us all be it he went on to do ok in Italy. Think he signed Given and Solano so perhaps those were the good things he did, but it wasn't worth it at the expense of destroying an attacking mentality and squad of players for a negative system and shitter players. Gullit was just as awful too. Thank god Bobby came when he did, although am I right in thinking Bobby turned us down before we got Souness in?

Dalglish. Easy mistake, both dour, s***, Scottish managers.

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Offline Ronaldo

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« Reply #265 on: Monday 23 June 2014, 02:07:52 PM »
I think it's beyond stupid to infer Souness and Dalglish are one and the same, mind. Kenny had a very good managerial career overall.

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« Reply #266 on: Monday 23 June 2014, 02:09:50 PM »
I think it's beyond stupid to infer Souness and Dalglish are one and the same, mind. Kenny had a very good managerial career overall.

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firetotheworks

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« Reply #267 on: Monday 23 June 2014, 02:31:12 PM »
He achieved, albeit in a team that was already a juggernaut and then with a team that had Shearer at his peak in it. Still achieved of course, and given the same situation Souness dismantled the title winning side and dismantled our CL (ish) side.

Offline Cookie1892

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« Reply #268 on: Monday 23 June 2014, 02:57:42 PM »
A trophy with Liverpool and Blackburn. Not to mention couple of decent season with the later. I'd say that's closer to being decent than a "comprehensive failure".

But then he's a t***....  therefore it's OK not being objective.

No, he's just a s*** manager. How can a Newcastle fan not see that he was a s*** manager? It defies belief. He won one trophy but dismantled a team that had been winning everything going for over a decade. When he left Blackburn, he was on the verge of being sacked and SBR's team with Carver in charge beat them 3-0. He dismantled our team as well. I don't, I just don't understand what's so difficult to understand...

He was f***ing s*** for us, yes. Doesn't mean that for periods he didn't do decent jobs somewhere else.
Souness was weapons grade horse s*** and should never have been anywhere near our club.

I hate what Souness did to our club. He sold everyone who made us tick. Batty, Ginola, Ferdinand and Gillespie off the top of my head I think, and those players were critical to accompanying Shearer. He also brought some dross, Jon Dahl Tomasson was awful for us all be it he went on to do ok in Italy. Think he signed Given and Solano so perhaps those were the good things he did, but it wasn't worth it at the expense of destroying an attacking mentality and squad of players for a negative system and shitter players. Gullit was just as awful too. Thank god Bobby came when he did, although am I right in thinking Bobby turned us down before we got Souness in?


 :yikes: is there a prize for the most factually incorrect post of the year on here?

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« Reply #269 on: Monday 23 June 2014, 03:10:21 PM »
A trophy with Liverpool and Blackburn. Not to mention couple of decent season with the later. I'd say that's closer to being decent than a "comprehensive failure".

But then he's a t***....  therefore it's OK not being objective.

No, he's just a s*** manager. How can a Newcastle fan not see that he was a s*** manager? It defies belief. He won one trophy but dismantled a team that had been winning everything going for over a decade. When he left Blackburn, he was on the verge of being sacked and SBR's team with Carver in charge beat them 3-0. He dismantled our team as well. I don't, I just don't understand what's so difficult to understand...

He was f***ing s*** for us, yes. Doesn't mean that for periods he didn't do decent jobs somewhere else.
Souness was weapons grade horse s*** and should never have been anywhere near our club.

I hate what Souness did to our club. He sold everyone who made us tick. Batty, Ginola, Ferdinand and Gillespie off the top of my head I think, and those players were critical to accompanying Shearer. He also brought some dross, Jon Dahl Tomasson was awful for us all be it he went on to do ok in Italy. Think he signed Given and Solano so perhaps those were the good things he did, but it wasn't worth it at the expense of destroying an attacking mentality and squad of players for a negative system and shitter players. Gullit was just as awful too. Thank god Bobby came when he did, although am I right in thinking Bobby turned us down before we got Souness in?


 :yikes: is there a prize for the most factually incorrect post of the year on here?

 :lol:

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« Reply #270 on: Monday 23 June 2014, 03:19:56 PM »
A trophy with Liverpool and Blackburn. Not to mention couple of decent season with the later. I'd say that's closer to being decent than a "comprehensive failure".

But then he's a t***....  therefore it's OK not being objective.

No, he's just a s*** manager. How can a Newcastle fan not see that he was a s*** manager? It defies belief. He won one trophy but dismantled a team that had been winning everything going for over a decade. When he left Blackburn, he was on the verge of being sacked and SBR's team with Carver in charge beat them 3-0. He dismantled our team as well. I don't, I just don't understand what's so difficult to understand...

He was f***ing s*** for us, yes. Doesn't mean that for periods he didn't do decent jobs somewhere else.
Souness was weapons grade horse s*** and should never have been anywhere near our club.

I hate what Souness did to our club. He sold everyone who made us tick. Batty, Ginola, Ferdinand and Gillespie off the top of my head I think, and those players were critical to accompanying Shearer. He also brought some dross, Jon Dahl Tomasson was awful for us all be it he went on to do ok in Italy. Think he signed Given and Solano so perhaps those were the good things he did, but it wasn't worth it at the expense of destroying an attacking mentality and squad of players for a negative system and shitter players. Gullit was just as awful too. Thank god Bobby came when he did, although am I right in thinking Bobby turned us down before we got Souness in?


 :yikes: is there a prize for the most factually incorrect post of the year on here?
I think he's got his Sounesses mixed up with his Dalglishes.
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Offline hakka

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« Reply #271 on: Monday 23 June 2014, 07:42:28 PM »
Aye sorry ment Dalglish, not Souness.

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Offline Ronaldo

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« Reply #272 on: Monday 23 June 2014, 08:31:31 PM »
And for the record, Dalglish deserves credit for us finishing 2nd and then qualifying for the CL group stages and subsequently bearing Barcelona without Shearer or Ferdinand.


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« Reply #273 on: Monday 23 June 2014, 08:50:58 PM »
Absolutely. He was also the one who got Ferdinand, Shearer & Asprilla firing on all cylinders together for that run-in as well.
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« Reply #274 on: Tuesday 24 June 2014, 08:11:18 AM »
He'll get no credit from me because of the s*** players he brought in after the things we should apoarently give him credit for and the s*** football we played as a result.

'Without Ferdinand' :lol: Aye, without him because he flogged him to Spurs.