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Lord Snooty

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  1. Lord Snooty

    Final finish

    Decent cup run might provide a shot in the arm.
  2. Lord Snooty

    International Break

    Sshhhh! People will be demanding he starts next league game!
  3. Lord Snooty

    Must read

    I like the fact he appears to have a duff old car. It won't stop me being frustrated at changes to the back line though.
  4. Lord Snooty

    Final finish

    So as the festive season approaches and we all find ourselves full of good cheer we've have plenty of games and performances to have judged. Where will we end up?
  5. Lord Snooty

    If we were relegated...

    Get relegated and we'll be in the third division again.
  6. Lord Snooty

    Abdi, Boyd and Hutch

    Yet if they'd posted of pictures which didn't include them it would probably have only add more fuel to the fire.
  7. Well like you say many were hoping we'd carry that form on. But clearly the brains kicked in and swayed people into a realistic vote. Some are acting quite shocked though. Many posters now thinking we should be challenging top end with a squad that is weaker than the one which finished last season and some convinced we're now bound for the 3rd division.
  8. Perhaps so. It's originally a quote from Johan Cruyff when he was Barcelona manager. Though most notably became the pre match team talk mantra of Mourinho when he first arrived at the Bridge.
  9. Lord Snooty

    Positivity / Happy Memories

    Don't give up the ghost Corky! There's always room for more views. More interviews. And ALWAYS room for more positivity! When we invented football in this fine city it didn't stop other people still having a bash at it too. Or something along those lines. Ok. Not my most motivational quote but the point stands. Get it done!
  10. Before the season started most people thought we'd finish mid table. Given that we finished last season quite brightly you have to wonder why so many people didn't fancy us for the top spots? IMO most people, at that early stage already knew that realistically our squad, with the additional losses Hunt, Loovens, Wallace wouldn't be genuinly challenging. Which is exactly how it's panning out. So I'm not sure why there is now so much shock at our position...
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    Where do you think we'll finish

    I thought 10-12th before the season started. I still think that's achievable. Here's the vote as it stands. I think most were quite realistic in their views before the campaign started looking at the percentages of the votes. We're in the zone currently that the largest number of people thought we'd be in. So its surprising in some ways that many now think we're sat well below where we 'should be looking at'
  12. "We came from a tough period, we lost four times in a row and I think you cannot expect a really nice game from us at that point. Of course you want to win the games but if you don’t win, you must make sure you don’t lose it."
  13. "We came from a tough period, we lost four times in a row and I think you cannot expect a really nice game from us at that point. Of course you want to win the games but if you don’t win, you must make sure you don’t lose it."
  14. "We came from a tough period, we lost four times in a row and I think you cannot expect a really nice game from us at that point. Of course you want to win the games but if you don’t win, you must make sure you don’t lose it."
  15. Nice chap Danny Wilson. Mind, he didn't manage Nilsson and Palmer and I'm surprised he thinks Woods and Waddle played in our League Cup final win too. Mind, Carlton thinks Roland marked Giggs out of the game in 91 even though it was Lee Sharpe. Maybe they've all headed too many footballs between them. Funnily enough Ryan Giggs' dad is also called Danny Wilson.
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