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|Lambert: Morally I Think Us Playing Football is Wrong|
If he thinks it’s morally wrong to play football is that why the team has been playing so poorly? Can’t really describe that as football.
Guess the main difference between a supermarket worker and a footballer is that a Sainsburys worker doesn’t really expect a sliding tackle on aisle four.
|Quartet Back in Full Training|
Lambert will always be one step ahead in terms of excuses. But unfortunately he’ll always be two steps behind in terms of tactics. Makes no difference which players are available or not.
|Baggott Considering Town Deal|
All this talk of loyalty is laughable.
If a player is deemed not good enough, or simply not exciting enough, then the call is to ‘get rid’ and sometimes those players are booed (probably by a lot of the fans bemoaning about loyalty). Where’s the loyalty then?
|Town Among Clubs Linked With Controversial Striker Evans|
We need to be more aggressive and nastier on the pitch - Tarricco was perfectly charming off the pitch but on it was a totally different character. That’s the type of person we need.
Evans is a disruptive bell end off the pitch. Anyone with a tad of decency wouldn’t want him anywhere near the club.
|El Mizouni Appalled and Embarrassed By Booing Fans|
Not sure whether or not you’re being serious but no, he didn’t say ‘footballers of colour’ but instead he referred to BAME footballers as "coloured people" and said a gay footballer’s decision on whether to come out was a "life choice". He also stated that "young female players did not like having the ball hit hard at them" and suggested that "different career interests" led South Asian people to choose careers in IT over sport.
Above is a cut-and-paste job from wiki.
|Blue Action Call For Lambert Exit|
Think Blue Action have been quite restrained in their criticism of PL.
In regards to MM - the correct decision was for him to leave. The two subsequent managerial appointments were wrong. And the campaign against MM was wrong and wasn’t orchestrated by them.
|Blue Action Call For Lambert Exit|
Plenty of good available managers available at the moment. Eddie Howe, Pearson, Crowley - just a pity that we are a L1 club with an owner who has a reputation for not funding.
|Wolves Left-Back and Former Manchester United Trainee Among Blues Trialists|
Call me old fashioned but the only way to ascertain whether a player is good enough is to see him in action - hence playing them in development matches. And just because a player isn’t judged by a PL club to be good enough for them , it doesn’t mean that they aren’t good enough for the championship or L1.
Oh, your post is awful - have a word with yourself
|Morris Suffers Second ACL Injury|
I don’t think anyone has labelled Ben Morris a ‘wonderkid’. Well apart from your empty headed imagination that is. Anyway, there’s this thing called common decency - you don’t say get rid to someone who has just suffered a serious injury - let alone a second one when recovering from the previous one.
I do happen to agree with you that sentiment should not get in the way of what is best for the club but the club has a duty of care to its players and so we can’t simply get rid. If we did, no player would come to the club.
I don’t care how many years you’ve been a season ticket holder for - the fact is you’ve come across as a complete and utter bell end.
|PFA Blast Salary Cap Ahead of Friday Vote|
The PFA aren’t really concerned that this is being rushed through - they are concerned due to the fact that the actual total sum is relatively small and will, over time, see L1/L2 players earning significantly smaller wages.
In principle I agree with a salary cap but don’t see why a club like Sunderland should have the same pay restrictions as say Accrington.
|Players Return to Training|
The EFL probably has contracts with alcohol companies - doesn’t mean that players can turn-up p***ed. Players can’t bet on football matches and if they are caught then they deserve to be punished.
|Former Blues Defender McGreal Sacked By Colchester|
Seems like a long winded way of saying that they need to cut costs.
How come ‘next’ season is always going to be tougher? If each division was always tougher year-on-yeast, the Conference South would be Champion League standard by now.
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