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Hello to youHope you’re well this fine Saturday. Plenty to be excited about today, not least THE HANDSHAKE. After that, some football, featuring Chelsea v Man City in the early kick-off, three 3pm games and finishing off with Stoke v Arsenal.Follow it all (including THE HANDSHAKE) here: news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/foo...
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posted Feb 27, 2010
Maybe Pullis saw how Peter Walton allowed Liverpool to kick lumps out of City last Sunday especially that appalling ankle breaker on Barry by Mascherano that went totally unpunished and he thought "this ref allows pretty much anything, get stuck in lads!".Managers aren’t daft, they know who the soft refs are.PS How appallingly ironic that “that” Stoke employee (I wont use the word player as that suggests some level of skill) has tonight been selected for his countries national squad.
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"Maybe Pullis saw how Peter Walton allowed Liverpool to kick lumps out of City last Sunday especially that appalling ankle breaker on Barry by Mascherano that went totally unpunished and he thought "this ref allows pretty much anything, get stuck in lads!"."Another time, another comment but right now.....BlueDefence.......shut up.I didnt want Arsenal to win at all but I've just come in and heard Ramsay suffered a bad injury, a broken leg, SSN going on and on each time about it being as bad as Eduardo's with Birmingham. You can forget the rivalry, I hate to heat of bad injuries. They're the result of poor 'challenges' or 'freak occurrences', mostly the former.I've learnt to tackle hard and well from young, never a bad injury, dislocated knee on occassion, but nothing substantial. From Eduardo to Cisse, from Buust to Larsson, I hate hearing it and even seeing it. Last one was Axel Witsel of Standard Liege.All the best for a good quick recovery for Ramsay.
I think the fact that Stoke have a fair amount of "previous" does set the scene. They have developed a very cynical streak under Pullis and this type of incident was inevitable.
"Javier Masherano could learn from such a harsh penalty; someone else's leg might be saved in the future."What's Masch got to do with it? What, you suddenly forgotten who it was and when who racked down his shin not too long ago??"Shawcrossed cried, awwwwww, lets give him a pat on the back.Lets do the same to Rooney, Gerrard or Lamapard.See how all you guys feel."What? Shut up. If anyone is ridiculing the injury to Ramsay, it's not a conveyance of the thoughts of fans of the same club, whoever it is. Why dont you write with sense instead of nonsense?
posted Feb 28, 2010
You don't know what you are talking about or else you are just biased by a ridiculous prejudice towards one club................i don't support any PL team and... as a neutral, it was an unfortunate accident............hope the lad Ramsey recovers and here's hoping Fabregas grows up sometime...........his post match comments and behaviour after the incident were crass............----Actually, I thought the lack of an apology from Pulis or Shawcross was what was disgusting! They simply made legal statements saying they didn't do it on pupose, utterly disgraceful.
posted Mar 1, 2010
http://evertondirect.evertonfc.com/stores/everton/products/product_details.aspx?pid=73150Has anyone else seen this? Is it a joke? Surely Everton arnt really a "small club"?
posted Mar 3, 2010
posted Mar 6, 2010
Portsmouth should not be in this cup or the league... they are cheating. I would love to have a Bugatti and villa and pay nobody but I am an honest man. Kick the cheats out of football!
posted Mar 7, 2010
Seriously, why don't a couple of Premiership clubs just install the goal line technology that 'beebs' on the public address system? No need to tell anyone; its just there....
Portsmouth should not be in this cup or the league... they are cheating. I would love to have a Bugatti and villa and pay nobody but I am an honest man. Kick the cheats out of football!--
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