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Well pleased for them that they had really good games at the Riverside.

Fox was good throughout the game and Joey fulfilled a big ask in replacing

Hutch, who was immense in the middle/defence.

 

Let's throttle the Throstles next.

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Palmer and Matias. Two others singled out also had good games.

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Amazing the effect a settled back four played consecutively can make on a sides solidity.

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43 minutes ago, Lord Snooty said:

Amazing the effect a settled back four played consecutively can make on a sides solidity.

This and the unplanned substitution of Joao 

 

I've been banging the drum for Joao to play week in/week out up front, but he simply doesn't have the awareness or ability to take on any defensive responsibilities out wide.

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Just now, No Uniform said:

Foxy ok. But bit harsh seeing as he is called Joey.

 

That's Mr Pelupessy to you, good sir.

 

:Pelupessy:

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39 minutes ago, RUMBELOWS91 said:

This and the unplanned substitution of Joao 

 

I've been banging the drum for Joao to play week in/week out up front, but he simply doesn't have the awareness or ability to take on any defensive responsibilities out wide.

 

He's made to play up front with two alongside him that's when he becomes lethal.  As when Jos played him last season and we went on that winning spree only for Jos to get bored of it and tried something else.  (To be fair injuries didn't help)

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35 minutes ago, areNOTwhatTHEYseem said:

Joey and Foxy!?

 

These kind of cringeworthy nicknames are usually the domain of United fans who feel that referring to 'Clarkey', 'Sharpy', 'Duffs' or 'Hendo' creates some form of bond with their porcine idols.

 

Let's not stoop to their level.

 

:duntmatter:

Hirsty.

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Pelupessyie

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52 minutes ago, areNOTwhatTHEYseem said:

Joey and Foxy!?

 

These kind of cringeworthy nicknames are usually the domain of United fans who feel that referring to 'Clarkey', 'Sharpy', 'Duffs' or 'Hendo' creates some form of bond with their porcine idols.

 

Let's not stoop to their level.

 

:duntmatter:

Bloody good post seemdy.

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53 minutes ago, areNOTwhatTHEYseem said:

Joey and Foxy!?

 

These kind of cringeworthy nicknames are usually the domain of United fans who feel that referring to 'Clarkey', 'Sharpy', 'Duffs' or 'Hendo' creates some form of bond with their porcine idols.

 

Let's not stoop to their level.

 

:duntmatter:

You say that now.

 

Just wait until we sign Couttsy and Flecky and Big Bad Billyboy in the January window.

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58 minutes ago, areNOTwhatTHEYseem said:

Joey and Foxy!?

 

These kind of cringeworthy nicknames are usually the domain of United fans who feel that referring to 'Clarkey', 'Sharpy', 'Duffs' or 'Hendo' creates some form of bond with their porcine idols.

 

Let's not stoop to their level.

 

:duntmatter:

 

Bang on the money areNOTwhatTHEYseemsyo!

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I'm feckin loving Owlstalk today , across all the threads.  Vintage Owlstalk,  FFS  :CEO:

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6 hours ago, areNOTwhatTHEYseem said:

Joey and Foxy!?

 

These kind of cringeworthy nicknames are usually the domain of United fans who feel that referring to 'Clarkey', 'Sharpy', 'Duffs' or 'Hendo' creates some form of bond with their porcine idols.

 

Let's not stoop to their level.

 

:duntmatter:

 

Pelupessy......err, ey?!!

 

I know it's taking the p!$$ a bit but what about Pele?

 

 

 

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42 minutes ago, Finney on the Wing said:

Pelupessy......err, ey?!!

 

I know it's taking the p!$$ a bit but what about Pele?

 

No matter what they try and tell you, he never played for United.

 

If he had, they'd no doubt have called him Pele-ey.

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