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  1. 100 points
  2. 67 points
  3. 63 points
    No surprises there , been a good player for us though , best wishes to him
  4. 59 points
  5. 57 points
    Woman in the ticket office when you bought a Club 1867 package When you cancelled it I hope you're proud of yourself
  6. 56 points
    The only one I’m gutted about. Thank you Super Hooper.
  7. 50 points
    Didn’t hurt us at all It’s a huge thing for the people of Thailand and must mean a lot to our owner. I think our fans showed a touch of class during and for applauding afterwards. It didn’t cost the fans anything and if it helps us to build our brand and gets the club noticed in Thailand then it can only be a good thing.
  8. 49 points
    Fair enough. A bit of class. Although I hate the scummy bar stewards with all my heart and hope they lose every game.
  9. 48 points
    We have had plenty of players in our recent history who have who have clearly believed they are above the club but that team with Reda in it was full of players who seemed to really appreciate playing for club. Reda, Jones, Semedo, Llera, Lowe all players who saw an opportunity to play for a big club, had a real go and gave there all. Not our most talented side but one that will be remembered very fondly.
  10. 46 points
    FT CHAMPIONS Thanks to all who followed the boys on here and continued support and updates from Ethel. The boys will parade the trophy on Sunday.
  11. 46 points
    "Few things in life unite and divide opinion like football. But one thing at this stage of every season is undebatable and I would like to offer the warm congratulations of everyone at Sheffield Wednesday to everyone at our neighbours Sheffield United for their achievement of promotion. We may be rivals but we are friends of the same city that holds such unique tradition in the football world. Recognition in the Premier League can only benefit Sheffield and we wish United well, whilst promising our loyal supporters that we will be giving our absolute best to ensure Wednesday will be tasting the same success this time next year. We must also congratulate Norwich City on their promotion and offer our commiserations to Ipswich Town, Bolton Wanderers and Rotherham United. We wish you a speedy return to the Championship. - Dejphon Chansiri"
  12. 45 points
    That’s us getting a points deduction next season then.
  13. 43 points
    You utter f.ookin' imbecile...
  14. 42 points
    Happy 84th Birthday to @england & #swfc #Legend Jack Charlton. He gave us our Wednesday back during a fantastic reign as #SWFC Manager 1977-1983. #oneworldcupandaboxingdaymassacre
  15. 42 points
    Made my mind up on him today. If any bids come in, we should consider them. All the talent but seriously lacks application. We can’t have passengers next season and we can’t have players just turning it on when they feel like it.
  16. 40 points
    Quick...someone give van Aken a lifetime achievement award for services rendered.
  17. 40 points
  18. 39 points
    Really? They’d be the first club I’d choose to totally rip off.
  19. 39 points
    Phoned the ticket office this morning at 9:00 hrs, as I had made a big mistake of buying "Club 1867" ticket instead of renewing my season ticket. My fault entirely. I phoned the Ticket Office in a blind panic and was told by the young gentleman who answered that he would contact the Ticket Manager who was not in today and that they would contact me later in the week. I have just received a call back from the same gentleman and was told that they would renew my season ticket and credit me the difference back. I can only thank the Club, the ticket office and the young gentleman in particular in sorting this stupid error I made, so quickly and in such a professional and caring manner. I would have not spotted this error if it wasn't for a friend who had noticed my purchase on his friends and family list and asked why I had bought it. Thank you yet again to all involved as its money I could ill afford to lose and I would not have been able to buy a season ticket if they had dug their feet in. Absolutely brilliant service just love this club. Thank you UTO
  20. 38 points
    Here you go Bazza, saved you the trouble...
  21. 38 points
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- QPR TEAM NEWS Lazaar won't make it. Onomah is a doubt. Westwood - I've got a decisions to make. His knee is still grumbling a little bit. I'll have a chat with him this morning and see how it is. Everyone else is all right. Last game of the season...could have done with them all being fit February time!! QPR - We can't be complacent, I have a big respect for QPR been in the Premier League QPR but found some difficult times. They probably want the end of the season. Summer of change for them I imagine. Whereas us we;d have probably loved a couple more games! I want us to finish as high as we can. We have to make sure we don't start like we did at Preston last week! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- PLAYERS CONTRACTS & OTHER NEWS Westwood contract- I hope (he hasn't played his last game for us.) I have offered him a contract. We'll have to wait and see. Other contract renewals - We'll be discussing over the next 24, 48, 72 hours over the next few days , I'll be chatting with the players concerned and then we'll let the public know. There's 8 or 9 and 4 loan players. We have to understand the financial implications aren't ours alone. There's big decisions to be made. In my own mind I know where we are. I've left it as late as possible because I didn't want to dishearten the squad when we still had a chance of the play offs.I didn't want to dishearten the squad when we still had a chance. Retained list will be out next week when I've spoken to the players. Hector - If at all possible we'd like to keep Michael Hector. We have to try and agree a fee with Chelsea-and that's never easy. All things being equal he'd be the first one I'd like to tie down. Why wouldn't I, he';s had a terrific season and been voted player of the season and so , for a loan player to do that he's done very well. So yes, if we could then we'd love to try and do something. Other loans permanent? - The problem is the cost. They cost a lot of money. So whether it's possible. We have to be respectful. It's been disappointing because they have both picked up injuries but that we because of the lack of game time. But they're premier league players, Aarons especially made an impact because he gave us something we didn't have. But they're premier league players, bringing them here and Hector would be costly. Budget - We'll have to re-jig the squad. When it comes out the fans will understand it better. We aren't going to be spending millions and millions and millions to spend. We have to adhere to the financial fair play rules. Even if we had millions we couldn't spend it. We're not the only club though there's plenty in the same boat. Unless you have parachute payments and the rules the way they are, and the way the clubs has spent over the last few years you're going to run into problems. I hope that my experience....people presumed we spent millions at Villa. We didn't. We spent £1.5m and used the loan market and the free market very , very well so...it's not all doom and gloom. A TIME FOR CHANGE - Its a time for change. This group have come close twice. and unfortunately they've all grown a little bit older together . We need some younger, fresher legs into the squad and that will happen. New Faces - We're cracking ahead.We're on with that but I think i'ts only right before I mention names (of possible incoming) that I speak to the players involved (who are here and might be leaving) I will speak to our lads before I let anyone else know. I've only spoken to Westwood so far. I need to speak to the other players but I wanted to be focused on the football whichever the play off chance was still there. Challenging - We'll be challenging next year. I wouldn't have come here If I didn't think so. It's what I demand. Never mind the owner or anyone else. It's what I demand. ----------------------------------------------------- AND FINALLY The Blunts- We have to say well done. He's done a wonderful job in what's been a and unbelievable two or three years for them,it just goes to show with his drive and enthusiasm y'know not to long ago they were in league one, so fair play to them, congratulations to them we're all envious but I wish them the best of luck it's been thoroughly well deserved and Chris,I'm delighted that a British, English manager who's learnt his trade and worked hard gone on the coal face , worked hard to get where he is, he needs a chance at the Premier. Well done to him and all his staff they've done terrific.
  22. 38 points
  23. 38 points
    I hope Bruce sees through it. Unlike Jos who gave new deals to Pudil and Nuhiu last season. Players like Matias and Boyd have done well recently, but neither should be given a new deal. Neither have done enough in their time at Wednesday, and although can’t fault their effort in recent months they both should be replaced. Hooper is no doubt a good player, but even if he scores in the remaining games, at his age and with his injury record (been here almost 4 years and missed large chunks of every season) should not be offered a new deal. For those in contract, FF was unplayable last night but has shown time and time again he’s not someone you can rely on or build a team around. Same can be said for Joao. I don’t know how FFP will hurt us, it might turn out we can’t get better than those out of contract. But for me we need to see a real change in the squad with some ruthlessness no matter how well certain players play every now and again. The fact is, a lot of these players aren’t consistent. And despite the way we played, we STILL got sucker punched and couldn’t see the game out. Which we’ve seen time and time again over the last few years. I’m confident Bruce realises this.
  24. 37 points
    The fact this is seemingly becoming more and more common says it all about the fairness of FFP/PS, especially with failure/parachute payments. When clubs are in a position that they have to sell their grounds to remain within the limits and/or remain competitive, it says it all.
  25. 37 points
    "And you've no idea at all what this is about ,Sir?" "None at all Stubbs. None at all. Just the telegram you brought to the Study." "An odd time of evening to receive a summons ,Sir" "Too right it is. It's a bloody liberty is what it is, and I'll tell him so. Can't believe the cheek of the man. What's wrong with a phone call? eh? Dragging folks out in at this time of night. In this weather." "Indeed,Sir" "God, I hate lifts, make me claustrophobic. And what the hell is this music?" "It's the greatest hits of The Arctic Monkeys on pan-pipes ,Sir" "I'm not happy about this." "Neither would they be I suspect." "I'll bet this is about the Sid James Gif episode. I knew he'd taken it personally" "To be fair Sir, you'd did blow up his secret lair" "For the greater good Stubbs, for the greater Good." 28TH FLOOR - HUMAN RESOURCES - FINANCE- DIRECTORS OFFICES! "Good afternoon gentlemen can I help you? "Never mind, 'good afternoon' sweetheart, it's nearly bloody midnight, where's bloody Hargreaves?!" "If you'd like to take a seat Mr Hargreaves is-" "Don't tell me he's busy, he's just sent me a bloody telegram. I'm not hanging about out here while he finishes his nachos, trying to making me sweat. Oldest bloody trick in the book that. Come on Stubbs" "Sir, please come back, both of you...come back!" "Now then Hargreaves, what's the bloody game,eh?! Beckoning me at this time of night like some..some serf! It's not on." "Please, take a seat Snooty, take a seat. Tea? Coffee?" "Never mind take a seat, what's the bloody meaning of this!" "Ahh, Snooty, always on the front foot." "Look we haven't got time for this Hargreaves. We've got a bloody match day thread to do. In case you haven't noticed we've been keeping this show on the road while you've been gallivanting around the globe. Match day threads for which , by the way, the cheques haven't yet come!" "Ahh yeah. About that. The money will be made in a one off payment for the 9 months" "9 months! I want paying for the full bloody year. That's what we agreed." "I can't pay you through the summer. I'd be paying you for doing nothing. The match threads aren't needed until pre-season." "But we had a bloody agreement! I'd get a summer retainer. A rolling yearly contract" "It weren't a contract really though was it mate, It was just a verbal-" "Agreement. Yes, verbal agreement. A gentlemen's agreement." "Hahah. And yer take that as my bond? Me, a gentleman? Haha. Did I ever tell you about the time I invited a tramp to the Christmas party?" "Look, I know there's no need for match treads in the summer, but you said I could have a summer retainer. I've got the West wing to rebuild!" "There'll not be a summer retainer, Snoots. I don't need matchthreads in the summer. It really is that simple." "But I can do other threads.." "But I don't need you for the summer threads. I've got someone else for that." "What?! Who?" "Come in Agent B....." "Good God! You can't be serious!" "I'm totally serious Snooty" "But...but...you need quality content!" "We don't actually, our latest analysis shows exactly the opposite. Readers want gossip, not facts!" "Gossip!" "Yes, unsubstantiated gossip" "But why?!" "Because it's more fun! We're about to enter into a summer with the club stuck in the grips of FFP, do you realise what serious news and no gossip does to a membership? Well I'll tell yer, it could destroy it!" "But-" "There's no 'buts', I'm afraid Snoots, no buts, it's decided. You're on gardening leave until August. Penguin's running the show until then" "But-" "You can go now. Oh, and don't nick anything on your way out" "Home,Sir" "Home Stubbs. Home. We'll do the match thread and then...then we're done." "Don't be too down,Sir. See it as a holiday" "We can't afford a holiday Stubbs! You heard the man. The allowance has been stopped" "I took the liberty of taking the keys to his beach villa in St-Tropez off the hook on my way out" "Stubbs, you really are a marvel. Drive on,Stubbs. Drive on!" ------------------------------------- Sheffield Wednesday vs Queens Park Rangers 12:30pm Sunday 5th May Hillsborough -------------------------------------------------- TEAM NEWS Sheffield Wednesday will be without suspended defender Dominic Iorfa for their home game against QPR. Iorfa starts a three-game ban following his straight red card in last week's draw at Preston, but fellow defender Achraf Lazaar could return after illness. Boss Steve Bruce must decide whether to recall goalkeeper Keiren Westwood, fit again after a knee injury, or retain Cameron Dawson, while third-choice Joe Wildsmith is also in contention for the final game of the season. Midfielder Sam Hutchinson (hamstring) and Rolando Aarons (ankle) will be assessed. -------------------------------- QPR caretaker-boss John Eustace must decide whether to recall player of the year Luke Freeman and several other senior players. Freeman was an unused substitute in last week's home defeat to Nottingham Forest as Eustace uses the run-in to take a good look at his squad. Strikers Matt Smith and Nahki Wells are also pushing for recalls. Central defender Joel Lynch remains doubtful due to a hamstring injury which has has kept him out of the last two matches. Midfielder Jordan Cousins (ankle) is out, while defenders Jake Bidwell (thigh), Grant Hall (groin) and Angel Rangel (calf) will be assessed. ------------------------------------- Match facts * Sheffield Wednesday have lost their past two league matches against QPR, conceding seven goals across those defeats. QPR are looking to complete a league double over Sheffield Wednesday for the first time since the 2003-04 season. Sheffield Wednesday have faced QPR in their final league match of two previous campaigns, losing both 3-1, in 1993 and 2004. QPR have lost their final league match of the season in 11 of their past 14 campaigns (W2 D1 L11), including both of their past two. Sheffield Wednesday have not won three consecutive home league games since April 2017. Defeat for QPR in this match will see the Hoops lose 24 league matches in a season for only the second time in the past 50 campaigns, also losing 24 in 2014-15 in the Premier League.
  26. 37 points
    Because some disabled Owls fans are situated at the Leppings Lane end of the ground below the West Stand, they don't always get thanked by the players on the walkabout at the end of the last home match. We are not away fans! Please acknowledge these fans who follow the team through good times and bad. Thank you!
  27. 37 points
    Happy Days! (according to his brother Richie)
  28. 36 points
    How about the owner, who for all his faults, wanted to pay respects to his newly crowned King. He asked us to join him. Took about 7 or 8 minutes and we had to listen to some stuff that we aren't used to. Is it really that hard to show a bit of respect?
  29. 35 points
    I bought it with money borrowed from the Middle East
  30. 34 points
    Why wouldn’t I be happy about selling the ground we’ve owned for over a hundred years in return for paying the likes of Urby Emanuelson to sit on their arśe.
  31. 34 points
    Thank you Gary Hooper and Daniel Pudil for some good memories and top performances. The rest have been a waste of time.
  32. 34 points
    Are you for real? You've been rimming them in almost every thread this season.
  33. 34 points
    No, he's a lot better. 17/18 - 46 games, 4 goals, 12 assists 18/19 - 45 games, 9 goals, 7 assists This despite being played across the entire midfield.
  34. 34 points
    On this sunny Easter weekend - spare a thought for this tragic youth from Walkley, whose his last act #OnThisDay in 1907, was to travel to the Crystal Palace to see his beloved Wednesday lift the FA Cup. #Todiebyyourside #SWFC #thepleasuretheprivilegeismine
  35. 33 points
    Whoever thought it was fun to do this should have seen the kids struggling to breathe and a man with asthma who couldn't get his breath either. Mindless idiots!
  36. 33 points
    Cut prices Offer season ticket holders a free junior ticket up to 13 free Give season ticket holders vouchers for match pies and beers Fill the Away end bottom tier first Fill the NE corner with flags and banners Stop making us feel like we’re customers to be rinsed at every chance it’s not hard
  37. 32 points
    Surely makes sense for him to miss next week given we have nothing to play for
  38. 32 points
    Definetly photoshopoed , he isn't using crutches .
  39. 31 points
    I get the distinct impression none of this will stop until anyone involved has been hung at dawn and the ground flattened.
  40. 31 points
    ...he is held in such esteem with Wednesdayites. If Kieran Lee isn’t given a contract then I’m sure that Steve Bruce has made the decision for the right reasons but, fvvck me, it’d be a bloody big stick to get beaten with if Lee went elsewhere and was successful. I’d be tempted to bite the bullet and extend Lee’s contract given that he is arguably the most popular and most effective SWFC player since the likes of Di Canio. Ok, it might not be a sensible option but firstly, Football is very much a political “PR” business so keeping fans “on side” is crucial and secondly, we know for a fact that a fit Kieran Lee will bring goals to the side and also drag his teammates 20 yards further up the pitch to play in the areas that Bruce wants us to play. Of course it’s a gamble to extend Lee’s contract but for many reasons, it’s one worth taking IMHO.
  41. 31 points
    "I've an uneasy feeling Stubbs" "It's just a little rain ,Sir" "No, no, not the weather, Stubbs. Kieran Lee" "Sir?" "Well all this talk about him coming back. I mean, it puts me about a bit" "Put you about? I thought you'd have been delighted. You've done nothing but lament his absence for months,Sir. Every thread, you never miss the opportunity to talk about the loss of his phenomenal energy levels and ability to go box to box and ship in with vital goals and how his inclusion in a 3 man midfield would be a ticket to the Premier League." "True enough Stubbs. True enough" "Then why the unease?" "Two things Stubbs. Firstly, well you just know you're going to filled with apprehension. And really at this stage, with us sat outside the play offs and needing a miracle of near biblical proportions the last thing we should be feeling is apprehension isn't it? No, we should be going into this game relaxed. Not worrying that the boy might break down, which will be the thought on every Wednesday fans mind." "He's not forced to break down, Sir. He's been training for a while with no reaction, got through some U23 games with no reaction. For all you know he might go out there and be right as rain" "Yes, but I'd rather we saved any come back for QPR." "You think after all these months that one more week will lessen the chance of an injury? Really?" "Yes I do, and I'll tell you why. That Pearson, Stubbs. The mans a goon. A grade A, 24 carat bellend. He's the type to know someone is back from a long term injury and leave a bloody foot in on then. He's an absolute shitehawk of a man." "You maybe right ,Sir. You might be right. Speaking of terrible bellendery ,Sir. Did you manage to get all the nominations in for the Championship Bellend of the Year awards while I was away? We'll need to be making the final cut soon for the Owlstalk end of season award" "Oh buggery. I forgot all about it! I'll go and dig it out of the non-Wednesday dungeon it got relegated to and locked up. You crack on with the team news and what not" "Very good,Sir" --------------------------------------------------------------- Preston - V - Wednesday Deepdale Kick Off : 15:00 PNE 7/5 Draw 12/5 OWLS 19/10 ----------------------------------------------------- TEAM NEWS Preston midfielder Ben 'shitehawk' Pearson is back in contention for his side's home game against Sheffield Wednesday following suspension. Pearson served a three-game ban after his straight red card in the recent home defeat to Leeds. But another midfielder, Ryan Ledson, starts a four-match suspension following his second red card of the season in Monday's defeat at Wigan. By God these are a set of niggling gets aren't they. Skipper Tom Clarke, Tom Barkhuizen, Alan Browne, Andrew Hughes, Brandon Barker, Josh Harrop and Brad Potts all remain sidelined. Wednesday goalkeeper Keiren Westwood could return to contention after a knee injury. Cameron Dawson will resume in goal if Westwood, who returned to training this week after missing the last two matches, fails to prove his fitness. Midfielder Sam Hutchinson remains doubtful due to the hamstring problem which forced him to miss Monday's home win against Bristol City. Adam Reach has also been ruled out for the season by Owls boss Steve Bruce. The Owls are four points adrift of the final play-off spot with two games remaining. ------------------------------------------------------------ Match facts Preston have lost six of their past nine league matches against Sheffield Wednesday (W2 D1 L6). Sheffield Wednesday have won just one of their past 20 away league games against Preston (W1 D9 L10), a 2-0 win in December 2011. Preston have lost five of their past six Championship games (W1 D0 L5) - one more than they'd lost in their past 28 league matches. Steve Bruce lost his first three league visits to Preston North End, but won there on his most recent visit in November 2017 with Aston Villa (2-0). Preston have lost none of their past 35 Championship matches when they've gone ahead (W25 D10 L0), since a 2-3 defeat to Middlesbrough on New Year's Day in 2018. Sheffield Wednesday midfielder Barry Bannan has registered 10 league assists this season - as many as in his previous two campaigns combined. --------------------------------------- "Here it is. Give it a bump and get those nominations in chaps" COME ON WEDNESDAY
  42. 31 points
    INJURIES AND TEAM NEWS Lazaar - has phoned in sick so he won't be available. Reach - Isn't right and he's out of the next two. He'll not play again this season. His knee isn't right. Hutchinson - He's got a hamstring injury, so he won't be involved tomorrow and QPR is debatable. I don't think he will. I can't see it , we only have a week to go. Rolando Aarons – Trained yesterday for the first time. Tomorrow is too soon for him. Possibly for QPR Kieran Lee- There’s a good likelihood of that. He might, might be involved tomorrow. Be good to see him around that’s for sure. He’s been training two or three weeks. He’s had two chunk of football with the U23’s. For him personally to be involved must be fantastic. I’ve seen him on the training ground and he’s a very good player. Kieran will be delighted. And so will the supporters. He’s pain free. I’m delighted for him. Preston- They’ve done a great Job Alex and his team. They’ve been there about for months but just fell short. They ask questions. Good at set pieces, we’ll need to be on it. They're a good team. They put it in your box. I have a lot of respect for what they've achieved. They're a very, very good Championship side. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ OTHER NEWS IF We lost in the last minute against Villa. That's an "If". Another ,"IF" the referee at Norwich does his job right we probably go into this game a point behind! But it's been a remarkable turn around by our players who have proved to the decent players. We've had a tough 18 months and a decent 3 months. But we go on and have to build on it. Still a Chance ? 7 results we need ! We need a draw and 6 defeats from our opponents! Heheh, but you never know! We just go out and try and get our result. Keep up the good work. Keep up that level of performance. This squad The squad has done that well, the nucleus of players we have is a decent one. But it’s fair to say we are ageing. We need a bit of balance. You can see why we’ve got so close a few years ago it's a good squad with good players but most of the squad are still here it does need freshening up. And players respond to that. There's nothing like a new face at the club. Recruitment - The summer is an opportunity to bring in some fresh legs, some fresh energy. Let’s hope we can get some players through the door. You cannot change it overnight. It's more of a drip. We'll have to be clever and also use the markets well. And I’m the type of person now who, if I can’t get who I want, I will wait. I won’t sign people for the sake of it that is for sure! Budget- Me and the Chairman have put our meeting back because we still have a chance. Put it back a week. Might put it back more because it's not over. Can we do the impossible? It's 200/1 but until it's over..... We'll talk later. Do you know something, honestly, I never spoke about budgets to the Chairman. I didn’t. But I think it’s fair to say, it's well documented we’re in FFP. But that didn’t put me off. Like a lot of clubs we have to adhere to the rules. I’m under no illusion there won’t be hundreds of millions to spend. We'll have to be clever in our work. We’ll have to use the loan market well. For example Michael Hector has done really well. We have to be clever with our approach. Work hard to get what we want. Onomah has been unlucky but he's very good player. The two Newcastle lads the same. Hector - He's not a free agent. I wish he was! I’d love to bring Michael Hector back. Of course I would. But he’s a Chelsea player. But I’d love to bring him back. But he's got a year left. We'll talk to them, see what they want but I'd love to bring him back here. Contract renewals – I haven’t opened negotiations with any of our out of contract players yet. We’re focusing on the football. Can we do the impossible. That's all we've been focussing on. Of course I myuself have There’s decisions to be made. But that’s after. Westwood- Yeah, it's all on hold with everyone. Hey, if we get a result tomorrow, it's a long shot, but we won't give up on it. Lets get that game played. It’s on hold till we know where we are. Lets focus our attentions on the game on Saturday. Then we have week, and weeks and weeks to discuss things if we need to . Expectation Levels- You have expectation when you walk through the door here! I’m delighted with what we’ve done but there’s lots of work to be done. U18’s – I’m delighted. Terrific achievement. The big step now is to take it up. Now and the next couple of years. Can they be knocking on my door. That’s what we want. There’s nothing like a young lad coming through. There’s always room for a young player with the ability. It’s a big ask. It’s a good level. --------------------------------------------------
  43. 31 points
    DC will bore them to death with a 60 minute ramble to each question asked....Gibbo will surrender after the first hour!!
  44. 30 points
    Great deal all round, really: we solve our P&S issues in one fell swoop whilst ripping off United; they get to indulge in their favourite pastime of feeling like they're getting one over on Wednesday. It's too good to be true, though.
  45. 29 points
    Hey up. My young lad has once again compiled all Wednesday's goals for 18/19 season, go easy on the comments, he's only 11, I think he's done pretty well. Worth 15 minutes of your time! Cheers
  46. 29 points
    Remember, Hooper didn't even play in 2018. He's scored once since 2017. We can't afford to carry a 31 year old striker (albeit a class player on his day) who has only scored once in a year and a half.
  47. 29 points
    So you are currenrly under the impression that we are weighing up a deal to buy Dundee.
  48. 28 points
    Stopped reading after the initial prologue going on about Kenny Dalglish wonderful football team versus Clough's forrest... Decided there and then it was going to be some Liverpool love in nonsense by some plastic fan who only became a fan becouse they grew up in the 80's when they won everything. Going on as usual blaming the entire world of football for anything that ever goes wrong involving them. So didn't bother to read anymore.
  49. 28 points
    I really really like the guy but there is absolutely no way we should offer him a new contract. He’s way too injury prone. Not just the last 18 months but I think he broke down every season since we signed him. Same goes for Gary Hoooper, we are not in a position to offer contracts based solely on sentiment
  50. 28 points
    I would love DC to show a pair and go on the offensive and change the meeting into the massive issue affecting the whole league parachute payments giving teams like Middlesbrough an unfair advantage to the tune of £40m a season. Every team get this sort of money each season no one breaks FFP except Villa and Birmingham. Teams not getting parachute payments should be allowed for their owner to put more money in to match up the financial limitation imposed on those teams not getting the failure payments.
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