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7 hours ago, RevOwl said:

Are you the PC brigade? 

 

Were you born without a sense of humour?

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ey up wakefield i bet its been a right laugh in your house this chrismas ive been laid up with a chest infection all week  and i bet ive had a better time than you

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I heard jos caught a few of the senior players eating mushrooms behind the bike shed in pre season so was quite rightly furious and banished them to under 23s

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I think with all the negativity surrounding the squad at the moment, and with jos now gone and how the teams performed since he’s gone. 2 clean sheets, and 2 solid performances. Then who cares about this from hutch. It’s a joke, so take it just as that. Jos hasn’t done us any favours and we deffo don’t owe him anything. We looked fantastic today comepared to performances of late. And all people can winge about is this. Get a grip and enjoy the win..!! Up the league we go..!!

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I don't agree with they are professional footballers, so they should just get on with it. 

 

If you have spent 10 years making a career out of being a software developer and suddenly your manager makes you be a Graphics Designer, how would you feel? You would try your best but you probably wouldn't be at your best.  You also wouldn't be in your comfort zone or be very happy. 

 

Footballers are humans. If you are treat appallingly then they are going to feel it. 

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Hutch is a firm fan favourite that has been through it all and repeatedly destroyed his biscuit legs for the cause.  He has earned the right to do what he did once the manager had departed. A little immature? Maybe. But at worst that's all it is. At least we as a fan base now know where our problems came from. Saying it's unprofessional and he should be disciplined is hyperbolic and those posters need to be very careful what they wish for.

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38 minutes ago, McRightSide said:

As for Hutch, just be thankfully he didn’t wave to the fans with one hand whilst doing the tasche with the other

 

Like Bullen just finished doing here

 

 

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3 minutes ago, owlandished said:

 

Like Bullen just finished doing here

 

 

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To the contrary, he’s actually just channeling his inner Tommie Smith

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looked to me like he was blowing kisses to the MASSIVE. one picture can solicit any gesture you like. 

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2 hours ago, owl_83 said:

I don't agree with they are professional footballers, so they should just get on with it. 

 

If you have spent 10 years making a career out of being a software developer and suddenly your manager makes you be a Graphics Designer, how would you feel? You would try your best but you probably wouldn't be at your best.  You also wouldn't be in your comfort zone or be very happy. 

 

Footballers are humans. If you are treat appallingly then they are going to feel it. 

I'd be over the moon, not much money in lorry driving, when do I come for the interview? 

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11 hours ago, Wakefield owl said:

 

I realise I’m in a minority here.

 

However I’ve just seen Pogba on motd. He was treated poorly by his ex-manager at Man U and today delivers a good performance and two good goals. I’m sure he too felt like sending a message to his ex-manager. But no he showed a bit of class and has let his football do the talking.

 

So we have Hutch’s reaction and Pogba’s reaction - I know which one I prefer.

If you genuinely feel that the way pogba conducts himself is better you seriously need to give your head a wobble. Like others have said he typifies all that is wrong with the modern game and society in general. He is more concerned with haircuts and celebrations than being the best footballer he can, if he'd been around at the same time the class of 92 were coming through he'd have been released, not because he wasn't good enough but because of his focus and determination. You can see why SAF didn't trust him. Not fit to lace the boots of the likes of scholes, Keane etc, and in a fifty fifty between him and hutch I know who I'd back every time. I even know who I'd back in a 30-70!

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Think Sammys wee wee take brought us all back together after the doom and gloom that’s been hanging round the club , it was a light hearted moment that every one at the ground connected with and laughed about  !!! Yep laughed. 

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And then it was written , thou shalt not have a personality and it was so and it was then written that any mickey taking should be outlawed and lo it was so . 

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Just glad to have him back in the side. Too many reading far too much into very little. 

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It's a player having a laugh with support that has made a 200 odd mile round trip (in some cases a lot more). 

I see it as a bit of a laugh. Camaraderie you might say. 

 

Bit direspectfull to the former incumbent of the managers chair for sure.  But that's football.  Had Jos still been here the gesture might have been something to worry about. Something that might have been an issue.

 

As it is , he isnt. He's joined the list of other former managers who are now nothing more than a footnote in the history of our magnificent club. 

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15 minutes ago, Lord Snooty said:

It's a player having a laugh with support that has made a 200 odd mile round trip (in some cases a lot more). 

I see it as a bit of a laugh. Camaraderie you might say. 

 

Bit direspectfull to the former incumbent of the managers chair for sure.  But that's football.  Had Jos still been here the gesture might have been something to worry about. Something that might have been an issue.

 

As it is , he isnt. He's joined the list of other former managers who are now nothing more than a footnote in the history of our magnificent club. 

 

Simaniac and his gang are going to be all over ya for that last sentence, M'Lud. lol 

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1 hour ago, AndersonOWL said:

Seen someone doing that something like that in bog on mad Friday

 

 

Even though you posted it twice, I still can't make out what you're saying Anderson dude. Is it an underwater phone you're using ?lol 

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