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  1. "I can''t stand this positivity any longer."   Okay - Otsemobor is a p**s-head & enjoys nightclubbing. How''s that? 
  2. I can''t believe that people within this thread are actually getting excited about Scottish Division One players. To put things in perspective; the mighty Gretna have now reached the Premier Division in a few short years, so that says alot about the quality of the Scottish League, don''t you think? The average Vauxhall Conference side could hold their own in the Scottish Division One.
  3. "I think it shows we have a manager willing to be proactive, can beat other teams to a signature and clearly has enough about him to attract good players." [:D]    
  4. The yearly interest on 275m alone would be around 13m, so you could be right... I doubt it though.
  5. We neither have the ability nor the work-rate to defend a lead. The midfield has performed below average, as has our defence, and we have three forward players in Earnshaw, Huckerby & Croft whom seldom if ever get back to help out.  Individuals with their outstanding attributes aside; every successful football team has to play as a unit and the cohesiveness necessary for the afforementioned to function are seriously lacking within the present set up.
  6. I''m currently sporting one of Robert Eagles hairbands... I''m also wearing a leapord-skin leotard & a rather fetchng pink stretch lace chemise.
  7. We''ve slumped so low that we could parachute off of a rattlesnakes arse and still freefall.
  8. "and then penalty area thrat huckerby"   Hello there, any interpreters on board please?
  9. [quote user="Smudger"] Good post again MD  [Y] How about a few of the other PC Banner Wavers on here answering the question of whether Jacqui Oatley deserved the chance of commentating last week on merit? Remember what we are asking... did you like the tone & pitch of her ''squeaky annoying'' voice?  was her timing spot on? and did you think that she had a good knowledge of the game and it''s history? or was she given the job purely because she was a blonde bimbo with a nice pair of hooters and that it seemed like it would be a great politically correct PR stunt for the BBC & the MOTD team??? I reckon that if you asked her that she would even struggle to explain the offside rule to you!!! [/quote]   Did you know that lady footballers with big hooters are caught offside more times than Huckerby?
  10. "On the contrary, Cluck, you are not a free-thinker, you have a closed mind that has been conditioned and programmed by your past experiences. It seems you are unable to adapt to change and want to remain in your comfort zone rather than face up to the challenges of the new."   Do those "new challenges" that you speak of include having to feel guilt for the Crusades & Colonialism by any chance? Because that''s what the typical Leftist argument usually boils down too - atrocities they may well''ve been, but they''re centuries old and I''d suggest that it''s people like yourself whom should move on with their thinking - your kind of lateral thinking is the reason why this country is in pretty poor shape - a condition that has been created by years of so-called progress via acceptance & adaption to change. Only if you ever decide to remove those red blinkers will you realise that your concept of success, hence ultimate happiness is somewhat difficult to embrace.
  11. [quote user="ricky knight"]Why the hell would he want to go there?[/quote] For higher wages & to team up with Bouazza? If Grant can squeeze another half a million out of Watford for Earnshaw''s services he''ll defiinitely go, ''though the chances of him going for the asking fee are still high. Never mind, we have a stike force of Brown, Martin & possibly Robbie Simpson to look forward too. [:(]
  12. Jas? Wouldn''t it be more appropriate for you to raise money for charity by throwing a Tuppaware party or some such? [;)]
  13. "Do you honestly, hand on heart, believe that it was a notion of political correctness which allowed the Nazis to commit their atrocities? If so, I am concerned."   Let''s put history aside awhile and talk about present day: do you, hand on heart, seriously believe that everything is hunky dory within todays society? Political Correctness is to restate the crucial importance of plain speaking, freedom of choice and freedom of speech; these are the community''s safe-guards against the imposition of tyranny, indeed their absence is tyranny, which is why any such restrictions on expression such as those invoked by the laws of libel, slander and public decency, are grave matters to be decided by common law methodology; not by the dictates of the leftist mob. The declared rational of this tyranny is to prevent people being offended; to compel everyone to avoid using words or behaviour that may upset homosexuals, women, non-whites, the crippled, the stupid, the fat or the ugly. This reveals not only its absurdity but its inspiration. The set of values that are detested are those held by the previous generation (those who fought the Second World War), which is why the terms n*** ers, c**ns, d*gos, w**s, p**fs, sp****cs and sheilas, have become heresy, for, in an act of infantile rebellion, their subject have become revered by the new generation. Political Correctness is merely the resentment of spoilt children directed against their parent''s values.
  14. An ambassador of the English game & a great mentor to generations of footballers that superceded him. Rest in peace, Alan Ball.
  15. "but we are "not" the same and should never pretend that we are. It is like many things in life where the quest for "equality" becomes a quest for "supremacy"...and once the happy balance is lost one side of the dimension becomes more "equal" than the other."   And that quest for equality which leads to the quest for supremacy is precisely what Political Correctness is all about. By using the excuse of not upsetting anyone, the politically correct are demanding that people behave like the fool who would please everyone; that everyone must become such a fool! All must accept the notions of the Politically Correct as truth, or else! This is the same mentality that inspired the Inquisition and forced Galileo to recant; the same mentality that inspired the Nazis and obtained the Holocaust. Once expression gets placed in a straitjacket of official truth, then the madness that occurs in all totalitarian states is obtained. Life, in private and public, becomes a meaningless charade where delusion thrives and terror rules. Political Correctness is social dementia and unless plain speaking is allowed, clear thinking is denied. There can be no good reason for denying freedom of expression, there is no case to rebut, only the empty slogans of people inspired by selfishness and unrestrained by morality. The proponents of this nonsense neither understand the implications of what they say, nor why they are saying it.
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