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Morsy with Brenner 10:18 - May 1 with 2093 viewsSitfcB



Honestly, what a f’king bloke he is.


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Morsy with Brenner on 10:37 - May 1 with 1983 viewsitfcjoe

What a guy, I'm hoping my Egyptian King t-shirt I've just ordered is here by Saturday!

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Morsy with Brenner on 10:43 - May 1 with 1949 views_clive_baker_

Some boy and some player as well.

If he gets booked on Saturday and we go up, would he have a ban next season?
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Morsy with Brenner on 10:57 - May 1 with 1833 viewsbaxterbasics

Morsy with Brenner on 10:43 - May 1 by _clive_baker_

Some boy and some player as well.

If he gets booked on Saturday and we go up, would he have a ban next season?


Apparently not, yellows don't roll over. I think a red would, though.

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Morsy with Brenner on 10:59 - May 1 with 1810 viewsKieran_Knows

What a player, what a captain.

I swear he gets better with every game.

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Morsy with Brenner on 11:39 - May 1 with 1645 viewsBluespeed225

Watching ‘Town in 25’ from the Exeter game. He leads us out of the dressing room, meets up with his mascot, and also his daughter, who says to the other little girl, ‘That’s my Dad’. Hope she’s there on Saturday!
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Morsy with Brenner on 11:50 - May 1 with 1558 viewsgainsboroughblue

He reminds me of when I used to play football in the park with my mates, then the lad who's a couple of years older who lives down the street walks over, joins your team and you know you're going to be ok.

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Morsy with Brenner on 11:53 - May 1 with 1539 viewsJ4ck22

Morsy with Brenner on 10:57 - May 1 by baxterbasics

Apparently not, yellows don't roll over. I think a red would, though.


Tell that to Norwich...
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Morsy with Brenner on 12:21 - May 1 with 1442 viewsIllinoisblue

So mature, so sensible, so dialed in. It’s basically like having KM on the pitch. With some added violence, of course

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Morsy with Brenner on 12:23 - May 1 with 1429 viewsgainsboroughblue

Morsy with Brenner on 12:21 - May 1 by Illinoisblue

So mature, so sensible, so dialed in. It’s basically like having KM on the pitch. With some added violence, of course


It's like when Hoddle joined Swindon and Gullit joined Chelsea.

Just looked like adults playing an U16's game.

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Morsy with Brenner on 12:36 - May 1 with 1353 viewsPlums

Absolute superstar.
He fully deserves to lead this team to the promised land.

It's 106 miles to Portman Road, we've got a full tank of gas, half a round of Port Salut, it's dark... and we're wearing blue tinted sunglasses.
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Morsy with Brenner on 12:44 - May 1 with 1305 viewsSwansea_Blue

Good to hear. He's spot on - we can't let the emotion of just one win overtake us. It takes us nearer, but will be meaningless if we're not bang on our game and finish the job on Saturday (unless S'ton do us a favour). Some people seem to be celebrating as if we're up already.

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Morsy with Brenner on 17:30 - May 1 with 1023 viewsHelp

whose jacket is Sam wearing, where is his with no 5 on it
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Morsy with Brenner on 19:31 - May 1 with 841 viewsportmanpensioner

Morsy with Brenner on 17:30 - May 1 by Help

whose jacket is Sam wearing, where is his with no 5 on it


Sone Aluko is number 23
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Morsy with Brenner on 19:34 - May 1 with 817 viewsTRUE_BLUE123

Notice him picking out Sarmiento. Make him feel 10 foot tall.

That is what managers do, it is what KM does regularly. They really are all reflections of KM.

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Morsy with Brenner on 19:38 - May 1 with 792 viewsMach_foreignBlue

A captain, a leader, a brain of the team. That's what the team had missed throughout the years prior to his arrival.

He epitomises this team. Never give up attitude. We are truly blessed to have that type of skipper.
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Arf! (n/t) on 19:41 - May 1 with 776 viewsBloots

Morsy with Brenner on 19:38 - May 1 by Mach_foreignBlue

A captain, a leader, a brain of the team. That's what the team had missed throughout the years prior to his arrival.

He epitomises this team. Never give up attitude. We are truly blessed to have that type of skipper.



Enduringly lovable, intelligent and thunderingly exquisite.

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Morsy with Brenner on 19:48 - May 1 with 744 viewsNthQldITFC

Morsy with Brenner on 19:38 - May 1 by Mach_foreignBlue

A captain, a leader, a brain of the team. That's what the team had missed throughout the years prior to his arrival.

He epitomises this team. Never give up attitude. We are truly blessed to have that type of skipper.


We've obviously had some world class captains over the years (England captains amongst them) but I can't really think there are any who were better than Sam. I know there's more to the modern game and more exposure with the media these days, but Sam seems to be most excellent in all aspects of his captaincy from his bridge between manager and players (not that much is needed there perhaps) to his inspirational leadership on the pitch and ability to dominate whilst walking a tightrope. Plus the superb, articulate and humble PR work in interviews and his connection to the fans.

For me, he's the best. I love him.

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Morsy with Brenner on 20:02 - May 1 with 689 viewsMach_foreignBlue

Morsy with Brenner on 19:48 - May 1 by NthQldITFC

We've obviously had some world class captains over the years (England captains amongst them) but I can't really think there are any who were better than Sam. I know there's more to the modern game and more exposure with the media these days, but Sam seems to be most excellent in all aspects of his captaincy from his bridge between manager and players (not that much is needed there perhaps) to his inspirational leadership on the pitch and ability to dominate whilst walking a tightrope. Plus the superb, articulate and humble PR work in interviews and his connection to the fans.

For me, he's the best. I love him.


Bang on. Couldn't agree more. Once he's left us it might be a bit hard to find a similar character.
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