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|To the tune of Nice One Cyril|
at 17:00 7 Mar 2020
F—k off Lambert
F—k off Evans
F—k off O’Neill
You’re a bunch of f—-ing c—-ts
F—-k off Nolan
You’re a useless t—t
F—k off to Paul Hurst
He can stick you up his bum.
Pretty much definitive towards all deserving targets, I would say.
|Did the players actually celebrate Sears’s goal?|
at 21:23 29 Feb 2020
On the video, all the celebrations at the equaliser were low-key enough to be non-exsistent. Even Freddie’s finish looked like a scuff as though he hoped he would miss.
They’re not playing for him are they?
|Lambert deserves some kind of award for how he’s messed this up|
at 17:01 22 Feb 2020
From potential champions to a 40% chance of 6th place in a matter of weeks is very special work.
Time for protests I’m afraid. And anyone bleating about supporting the team can do one. They’ve had plenty of support and have served up an unending diet of failure. Time to let them know just what losers they are and if it gets most of them out of the club, then all the better for it. There are so many people currently representing us that we would be better off without.
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|Bloody Ellis Harrison|
at 16:27 15 Feb 2020
scores for Portsmouth, so we drop out of the top 6 again.
|Coventry going third as things stand|
at 21:32 11 Feb 2020
Can you imagine Lambert working under the constraints that Robins works under? With his limitations, we’d be really up the creek wouldn’t we?
at 20:17 7 Feb 2020
This whole line about “The pressure will be off because we’re away from home.” Just --- --- you fraud. You can’t deliver anything for us because you’re ---- and have been for 9 years.
No ambition or courage among anyone representing the club. They might as well hand back the club’s Golden Share and become an amateur side because it seems they can’t handle any expectation whatsoever.
Remember - He’ll always be Scum.
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|Bloody Wycombe!!! |
at 17:01 18 Jan 2020
Fcking knew that would happen.
We’re Ipswich Town, only a couple of minutes’ enjoyment of football is permitted.
Still a good comeback from a losing position, hasn’t happened often under Lambert, but good to see.
|The Lambert contract and The Five Point Plan|
at 23:26 2 Jan 2020
So he’s here for the foreseeable future. I remain unconvinced and have ranted at length over the last few months, but will get back in my box now given that it’s largely irrelevant what any of us think and that it will not have any impact on Evans short of us staying down this season and fighting a relegation battle at this level next year.
In terms of trying to see logic in the decision, I can only come back to the much derided Five Point Plan. At this level, the goal of trying to ensure that the Academy provides the bulk of our team seems a more realistic prospect than trying to get it started in the Championship.If Youth is to be the way forward, and we’re going to experience bumps and scrapes along the way with it, then it requires a manager who buys into it from the start and who is going to be given time to implement it. Hence Lambert gets a long contract. If Evans is trying to play a long game, it also suggests that promotion this year is not seen as make-or-break. At least not when set against establishing a team that could stay up and be built on. The problem is that it looks like yet more ofthe kind of “jam tomorrow” that we’ve been promised by Evans, Milne, Lambert and O’Neill over the years to a fanbase that has been continually short-changed.
|Lambert needs to f’off|
at 17:00 21 Dec 2019
This is really not the season for our club to be managed by someone who hasn’t got a bloody clue what they’re doing.
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