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    Nelson Oliveira

    No. No other reason for him to be sidelined and then loaned out than he was a disruptive influence. Clearly a talented footballer and definitely more so than Srbeny so there must have been an issue with his attitude. We’ve certainly prospered without him and shown what can be achieved with a squad in unity. Thanks Nelson but goodbye..
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    Perfect Season?

    Got to have another as well Marios free kick.....what a moment. Unlike vs Millwall it had tension and build up and worry and anticipation and everything else you can think of.....and then Vranciiiiiiiiiiiicccccccccccccccc!!!!!!!
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    Waccoe

    It is incredible (and hilarious) how much they’ve bottled it at so many key moments in the season. Surprising amount of sensible, level headed posters on Waccoe this morning....with a good amount of nutters as well of course.
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    Perfect Season?

    Millwall
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    Playoff Watch - All Leagues

    After being humiliated in the football world for acting as though he’d been shot when not even touched, he decides the sensible thing to do in his first game back is to blatantly dive twice. Class
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    Playoff Watch - All Leagues

    Quite right. Bamford booked the cheating s***
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    Playoff Watch - All Leagues

    Bamford diving again already
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    Quiz Question

    Because he was born to score goals
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    Liverpool or Man City

    Man City are a new ‘big’ club so are only now gathering their ‘glory hunting’ supporters. Unfortunately because of Liverpool’s history, their fans are everywhere
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    Tyrone Mings. Yes or No

    Holt was clever and very rarely suspended. On those 2 occasions, Mings was just stupid. One mad moment from Mings not only potentially ruins the game at the time but if he’s a regular then 3+ games of suspension. The focus the club would then get because of his actions would also be detrimental to the cause. I fully agree he’s a decent player (not better than what we have though and therefore not worth the risk anyway) but what’s happened can’t be forgotten or ignored and I don’t want anyone with the possibility to deliberately hurt a player anywhere near our club.
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    Tyrone Mings. Yes or No

    ? I didn’t read it as Hank was saying yes to Mings. Just very much that he’s a nice guy off the pitch and a complete t*** on it. If that’s the case then it’s a definite no. We don’t need a thug on the pitch that can’t control himself. The ramifications for himself and for the club as a whole would be detrimental to everyone else working their socks off to keep us in the PL. You simply can’t put aside his behaviour on the pitch as he’d be representing the club both on and off.
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    Tyrone Mings. Yes or No

    Absolute nonsense. Watch either of the those ‘accidents’ again, he could have easily landed away from either players head. It was harder to land on their heads if anything. A talented player no doubt but irrelevant when considering two disgraceful incidents. No
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    Jed Steer

    Steer was always considered the better of the two when he and Rudd were coming through the academy. Unfortunately we moved up the leagues too quickly to keep him and play him regularly. Good to see he’s living up to that potential.
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    Farke Klopp and Pochettino

    Spurs spent less than us this season. An incredible week of football, one that will go down as one of, if not the most memorable in English football. Kompanys winner, Alexander Arnold’s corner, Mouras late winner - all once in a season moments of brilliance and importance, and all happened in the same week. Which was the most impressive? Kompany has never scored from outside the box before and knew Pep would go mental at him had it not gone in. The audacity for such a corner routine to be tried out on the biggest stage against one of the best teams in the world with the rest of the world watching, and for it to work. And Spurs arguably staging a greater comeback than the greatest comeback of all time the night before by scoring 3 goals in one half with the last a truly Norwich moment, coming in the 95th minute. I’m most definitely not a Spurs fan but I cheered when Moura completed his hat trick. Unbelievable Jeff. I have no leaning towards any other club but this week has been a perfect reminder of why I love and watch football. Absolutely anything can happen.
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    Ask Zimbo ⚽💪

    I’d forgotten how good we were against Villa at home. What a goal Rhodes’ first was. Whens the dvd out!?
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