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  1. So are Sherwood and Pulis full time then? Does that mean everyone that was going mental about black people being drafted in were panicking over nothing?
  2. He's not gonna sleep with you bruv 😂😂😂
  3. Yeah I get all that and agree with all of it. The initial post I quoted by you was the ascertion that no one was telling him not to have an opinion, and that he was simply being called out on those opinions and debated. I was simply pointing out that this isn't the case if he's lost his job as a result (if indeed, he did lose his job as a result). Be interesting to see if other prominent covid deniers also lose their jobs.
  4. Last time I engaged with you, you made such a plank out of yourself that you got all upset and embarrassed so you banned me 😂😂😂😂 So probably best I don't engage with you because you're just too easy.
  5. It's like saying 'you are perfectly entitled to murder someone, but you'll go to prison for it for the rest of your life'. So, not entitled then.
  6. Yeah, so being sacked means he's NOT entitled to share his views within the constraints of his profession. Like I've said. You're struggling so much with the basics as always, so I'll leave it there with you. 😂😂😂
  7. Yeah I know. So once again, he's not entitled to share his opinions as it means he'll get sacked. Like @owlstalk, you're agreeing with me but making out you're disagreeing with me. Bizarre.
  8. Yeah - so I'm completely correct in saying that he isn't allowed to air his opinions then, if indeed Sky sacked him because of them. Glad we cleared that up. Thanks for your input 👍
  9. What on earth are you banging on about? Do you understand what I posted? Was it complicated for you?
  10. A couple of people on this thread have asserted that Sky binned him off because of his views. If that's true, then he isn't allowed an opinion. Or he can, but he'll lose his job as a result.
  11. Pretty much how I remember it too. That season their fans were particularly acting up (I think that was the same season of the play off riots too). I remember leaving the ground to a bunch of nutjobs whacking anyone who might habe been from the North, and then walking round the corner and 200 or so from the local estates who'd been nowhere near the game suddenly rushed round the corner launching bricks and bottles. They built 'cowards way' the next season. Probably the safest ground you could visit nowadays.
  12. I went on one of those Youtube link up sessions where you go from Pat Butchers best bits to Gordon Ramsay putting bread on someones head, and somewhere in between I ended up on a video about football hooliganism. And then I got suckered in to all of them and now I feel obsessed by hooligans. What is the most scared you've ever felt at one particular match/ground? I'm sure it's been done to death before, and I'm most deffo not starting this thread as a means of 'chestbeating' (football hooligans are arguably the most pathetic, while at the same time most fascinating, specimens known to man). For me - Millwall away in 2001 where they went nuts at full time after a disallowed goal (I think. And I think it was 2-1 to Wednesday). Birmingham away in maybe 2006, where they just went ballistic. Wtf was that all about?! (I am no way associated with the Democratic Party of Football Defence Alliance League Lads btw. Just a curious subculture innit).
  13. What he said. What a sad, depressing day it'll be when Wednesday play our first game in Sheffield's Ricoh/StMarys/JJB/ReebokStadium, just so we can rebound to and from the Premiership every season. Life's too short. And beautiful gounds like ours are too sparce nowadays. Enjoy it while it lasts.
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