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Junglejay

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About Junglejay

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  1. Should've won that? Didn't Fulham miss a penalty during that game and Mitrovic fluffed a few other golden chances to score?
  2. Oh I know that, just trying to pick up on the assumption that this will impact him more than anyone else.
  3. I can guarantee he won’t be hurting more than me and many other fans after Today. I would however agree that he certainly doesn’t deserve any personal abuse.
  4. If I were in his shoes I’d be expecting a verbal kicking off my team mates for that.
  5. Unfortunately given our current position and off field issues, he’s out of our league. Likely to end up somewhere like Fulham/Palace or Watford.
  6. Ever wondered what Patterson's goal would look like with Benny Hill music? No, neither have I. https://mobile.twitter.com/Junglejay33/status/1357262952567562242
  7. I genuinely don't know, I took it that it would be a gross figure as this is what most players salaries are defined under. Either way, it's enough of a reduction that it would pee me off no end. You can imagine the messages flying round on the whatsapp group. Not that it makes it right, but I'd be amazed if we were the only club in Championship having cashflow issues. It's also true that a good number of footballers, or young men in general with good salaries, tend to be idiots with their money.
  8. I get what you're saying, however, if say you're lucky enough to be contracted to £10,000 pw, then you'd be well within your rights to be living a lifestyle accustom to this type of income. House, Cars, School fees, investments etc. £7,000 after tax would leave you with circa £4,800 pcm, which whilst to the average person is an awful lot of money, it's around a £19,000 drop in take home monthly pay for someone on £10k per week. I know you're talking obscene amounts of money but I think anyone has the right to be annoyed/frustrated with a 75% deduction in their monthl
  9. Agree with Murray or Wickham. Cant see either, or any others for that fact, rushing to sign for us.
  10. Semantics. Considering United had won the league with Cantona in 93 & 94 and were pipped on the final day of the 95 season by Blackburn, I’d suggest his actions and subsequent ban did let the fans and his team mates down. However, compared to Di Canio, Cantona had an awful lot of credit in the bank, having played a pivotal role in winning the league for the previous three seasons with two different clubs. They also had a manager who had the ultimate power within the club and who knew how to handle players. I genuinely hate the way the Di Canio situation playe
  11. Never thought I’d say this but I’m getting to the stage where I’m regretting the fact we sacked Monk.
  12. Jobsworth? How do you work that out? I don’t think anyone would disagree that he was a winner and probably one of the most gifted players in our recent times. However, if you genuinely believe he was entirely innocent in all this then....... bless. I won’t waste my time trying to convince you that the Earth isn’t flat.
  13. Whilst also letting himself, his team mates and most importantly his fans down.
  14. He played for us? Well I never, according to the Media he's always been former West ham and Celtic striker. I loved him when he played for us and yes, we could have probably handled the situation better but lets be honest, it would have only been a sticking plaster. I'm sure Di Canio would like us all to believe he'd had stuck around with us for the rest of his career but for me, he'd have been off somewhere else in no time. The club didn't handle this overly well but the way he portrays his innocence in the whole sorry saga really annoys me.
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