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11 minutes ago, s6 owl said:

Well he's now saying that he's at work so there goes the booze theory... Clearly a w@nker.

 

Unless he's at work.....AND one the lash!

 

Like the Journo's or yore.

Tie loosed. Shirt sleeves rolled up. Office a fug of glue smoke. Bottle of whisky on the desk.

 

Make sure you screen shot it all for me. There's a screenplay in this!

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Roy Keane wasn’t a particularly nice bloke. Bloody good footballer, captain and leader though. 

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Biggs usually has a lot to say about Twitter users.

is he copied in on this?

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What a strange outburst. 

 

He’s suggesting that journalists cant saying something about it? That’s utter gonads. At every opportunity they try to make a headline, why would it be any different in this case? 

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We all know this guy’s a pig fan, given the time of his tweet it’s my guess he’s had a few beers and started to feel a bit brave.

 

Talking out of his anus.

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He tweeted this after Pigs v Derby the other day. Nothing wrong with it but he’s clearly on the wind up. Pigs and their 2-goal massacres eh? 

 



Another Bouncing Day massacre of sorts today at Bramall Lane. I enjoyed that more than any other game this season I think... 

Not sure Frank Lampard did.... Merry Christmas Blades!

 

 

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Wonder if some of the local journos (and others have made thinly veiled digs recently too) start scrutinising every other footballer's 'character' as much as Westwood has been subject to recently?

 

Don't care one bit if he is/isn't a bit of whatever, if he's the best goalkeeper then he should be playing.  As others have said, his teammates looked pretty happy to have him back celebrating after the Preston game, hardly seemed like an outcast. 

 

This is some pretty low-level stirring (Biggs has been at it too, albeit slightly more subtle about it, about how 'harshly' Cameron Dawson has been treated etc).  

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19 minutes ago, Lord Snooty said:

 

Ahh. Definitely one of them then.

 

Still. It's a rare move for one of the hacks to nail a story to the mast like this.  Suspect he's had one too many blue wickeds. 

 

I have visions of him lying passed out in the settee. Bladdered. Vest on.

While on the table next to him his phone is ringing and ringing.

The shot then cuts to Alan Biggs in a phone box, furrowed brow, close up.  saying "Pick up the phone , for fùxks sake kid, this is career suicide. Pick up!"*

 

*nb In this particular adaptation Biggs role would be played by Christopher Walken.

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1 minute ago, brian joicey said:

Bet he’s one of ‘them’ that thinks Ched is a nice bloke ! :Pelupessy:

 

Exactly. Westwood terrible bloke, but Ched no he’s salt of the earth. 

 

Pig logic.

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1 minute ago, brian joicey said:

Bet he’s one of ‘them’ that thinks Ched is a nice bloke ! :Pelupessy:

I bet he thinks Kevin Gage is the king of banter too

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Just now, Lord Snooty said:

 

Suspect that'll be the case. 

 

But not in the film.

Biggs  (Walken) will track him down through the mean streets before finding Gregg ( haley joel osment ).  In  bar. They have few drinks.

Then Biggs lesves. He turns at the door and says "Youre on your own now kid".

 

Gregg walks home. Alleyway.Puddles.

Hears a motobike engine idling ahead.In the fog.

 

He see the outline through the mist.

And as he gets close he sees Westwood (Colin Farrell) Chewing a toothpick. "We need a chat" says the Irishman before laughing hysterically and revving the bike engine.

 

 

 

 

You do make me laugh. Very good Snoots. Love it.

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1 minute ago, Lord Snooty said:

 

Suspect that'll be the case. 

 

But not in the film.

Biggs  (Walken) will track him down through the mean streets before finding Gregg ( haley joel osment ).  In  bar. They have few drinks.

Then Biggs lesves. He turns at the door and says "Youre on your own now kid".

 

Gregg walks home. Alleyway.Puddles.

Hears a motobike engine idling ahead.In the fog.

 

He see the outline through the mist.

And as he gets close he sees Westwood (Colin Farrell) Chewing a toothpick. "We need a chat" says the Irishman before laughing hysterically and revving the bike engine.

 

 

 

 

Lets make it. 

 

I’ve got £35 on me, anyone else in?

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6 minutes ago, Sergeant Tibbs said:

Things to do in Denver when you're dead. Like ?

 

Good work Tibbs. We'll go with that as a working title for the moment. 

"Things to do in Dore when you're dead."

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I feel like I've violated myself now, but he has had the response he wants, evennhis own thread on here, which I've contributed to. Hence the violation.

He isn't worth the time or effort and Biggsy you can f\/ck off too, Bland doesn't do you enough justice as far as adjectives go.

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Just now, DobbinTheDonkey said:

I feel like I've violated myself now, but he has had the response he wants, evennhis own thread on here, which I've contributed to. Hence the violation.

He isn't worth the time or effort and Biggsy you can f\/ck off too, Bland doesn't do you enough justice as far as adjectives go.

I feel like you're holding back. 

 

Tell us how you really feel :duntmatter:

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Little cousins. Always in our shadow.

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