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  1. It's a very interesting article, if slightly pointless. I think to judge something like this you need the stats for a good few games or even a whole season as oppose to a derby match. Being 2-0 up after 20mins in a derby inevitably means your style of play will (and arguably should) slightly alter. Although i thought United played some nice stuff in the final 3rd, but resorted to the long ball in defensive circumstances. Personally, I've never really understood the stigma attached to long ball. If you do it right (and in a non 'aggresive' manner) it can be exciting to watch. For instance MK Dons were at the lane on Tuesday, for 75% of the game they were a pleasure to watch but at times it left me thinking "Oh for God's sake get on with it".. where's the fun in 4 defenders and a goalkeeper passing it about to each other when your 2-1 down with 10mins to go?!
  2. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gJ69X1qt4sQ
  3. Let me tell you how it will be; There's one for you, nineteen for me. 'Cause I’m the taxman, Yeah, I’m the taxman. Should five per cent appear too small, Be thankful I don't take it all. 'Cause I’m the taxman, Yeah, I’m the taxman. (if you drive a car, car;) - I’ll tax the street; (if you try to sit, sit;) - I’ll tax your seat; (if you get too cold, cold;) - I’ll tax the heat; (if you take a walk, walk;) - I'll tax your feet. Taxman! 'Cause I’m the taxman, Yeah, I’m the taxman. Don't ask me what I want it for, (ah-ah, mister Wilson) If you don't want to pay some more. (ah-ah, mister heath) 'Cause I’m the taxman, Yeah, I’m the taxman. Now my advice for those who die, (taxman) Declare the pennies on your eyes. (taxman) 'Cause I’m the taxman, Yeah, I’m the taxman. And you're working for no one but me. Taxman!
  4. We’re doomed, we’re doomed”, they were heard to say Those Wednesdayites on the Cardiff away day “We’ve not been good, we could be down alas” “It may not yet matter against Crystal Palace” But Crystal Palace weren’t up to scratch When they played West Brom in their penultimate match So it would be Palace’s championship “Goodbye” Should they to slip to defeat when visiting the Sty Now that final match was billed as big The stands were filled with many a pig The Hillsborough ground was loud and bouncing As the Owls tried hard to avoid a good trouncing The piggies on the terraces raised their voice Quite positive that they’d soon rejoice Hillsborough’s supporting girders began to shake Causing even more blue paint to flake They had to win, no good a draw Or they’d leave the Championship once more And it wasn’t to be by a promotion It would be relegation, also known as demotion And how they tried, they did, God bless To extricate themselves from the relegation mess As in the story that as kids we all knew They huffed and puffed and blew and blew But to Palace’s delight and many a Blade’s glee They succumbed to a header from Alan Lee The home crowd at Ipswich became bemused On hearing loud cheers they were left confused But suddenly Danny Butterfield slipped Or by Leon Clarke was his heel clipped? Regardless, as Butterfield kicked out at thin air Clarke ran on to score to Palace’s despair Now what happened next is worth recording In celebration Clarke kicked the advertising hoarding To all Blades’ delight and all piggies’ woe The pillock dislocated his own big toe After a much delayed half time refresher The Owls started the second half applying much pressure But their back four seem a disorganised bunch And it was bound to happen – the sucker punch The defence was asleep in such a doze Palace regained the lead from Darren Ambrose You could see the Owls droop, their spirit waned Their attacking pressure couldn’t be maintained As the crowd urged them on again to do battle They stumbled around like a herd of cattle So the master plan to control these heifers Was to send on a donkey – Franny Jeffers It all became frantic as time ticked away Division 1 loomed at the end of the day And as the piggies thought it could get no worse Came a very late leveller from Darren Purse Now the resultant draw saw Wednesday drop But some supporters took on more than a strop If the team couldn’t beat Palace fair and square They’d beat them themselves, Clint Hill beware...
  5. twenty

    Morgan = THUG

    http://www.sufc.co.uk/page/Photographs/0,,10418~2028366,00.html
  6. twenty

    Dig at Boo Hoo McCabe

    Blades fan here. I would just like to add that kevin mccabe has not even issued a legal case against anyone to do with the world cup bid. Yes he has investigated why we havent got it, as any one would like to know. But all of you are acting like McCabe has took legal action and he 100% hasnt, your just wishing he has cos you saw a line in the daily mail last week.
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