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3 hours ago, nbupperthongowl said:

As with Berge, Brewster etc.etc....the interesting change is that in the past when a player he has bought doesn't fit they get bombed out very quickly, but he isn't doing this with the expensive signings 

Suspect that he is being stubborn to prove a point ( which isn't working), or hopefully he is believing the hype about him being a great manager and has lost focus

 

 

 

 

 

Those two you have mentioned have time on their side..at the moment they are playing in the Premiership, against Premiership teams earning wages that reflect that. 

 

I would imagine should the inevitable happen, they will look for a move and SUFC will listen to offers.

 

Let's face it - as with players that signed for Middlesbrough or Hull - they only signed for United as they are a premier league club and probably had little enthusiasm for the club or city in general.

 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Bannofan said:

 

Those two you have mentioned have time on their side..at the moment they are playing in the Premiership, against Premiership teams earning wages that reflect that. 

 

I would imagine should the inevitable happen, they will look for a move and SUFC will listen to offers.

 

Let's face it - as with players that signed for Middlesbrough or Hull - they only signed for United as they are a premier league club and probably had little enthusiasm for the club or city in general.

 

 

 

 


You can’t be right though. I thought the grunts were everybody’s second team, and therefore it must still be an honour and a privilege to play for them. And don’t forget they are talked about all over the world and lauded for how they play.

 

Then again, they probably are being talked about across the globe by an international public who can’t quite come to grips with how shît they are (albeit still humble don’t forget).

 

 

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1 hour ago, Pablo Bonvin said:


You can’t be right though. I thought the grunts were everybody’s second team, and therefore it must still be an honour and a privilege to play for them. And don’t forget they are talked about all over the world and lauded for how they play.

 

Then again, they probably are being talked about across the globe by an international public who can’t quite come to grips with how shît they are (albeit still humble don’t forget).

 

 

And don’t forget they are playing a style of football no one has seen before. Even Messi must be thinking I should go and play there. And understand how this works. And then his agent whispers in his ear “ they have a bigger shop than Sheffield Wednesday”. Poor old Lionel won’t be able to get a Ryanair flight from Barcelona to East Midlands quick enough

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8 minutes ago, Plonk said:

And don’t forget they are playing a style of football no one has seen before. Even Messi must be thinking I should go and play there. And understand how this works. And then his agent whispers in his ear “ they have a bigger shop than Sheffield Wednesday”. Poor old Lionel won’t be able to get a Ryanair flight from Barcelona to East Midlands quick enough

 

Their shop is a bit pokey, it's in an L shape with not much space.

 

Mind you it's bigger than the old shop we had back in the day - that was tiny!

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1 hour ago, Pablo Bonvin said:


You can’t be right though. I thought the grunts were everybody’s second team, and therefore it must still be an honour and a privilege to play for them. And don’t forget they are talked about all over the world and lauded for how they play.

 

Then again, they probably are being talked about across the globe by an international public who can’t quite come to grips with how shît they are (albeit still humble don’t forget).

 

 

 

It's more about Wilder I'd say.

 

It's the sheer humility of the man which gets to people.

 

A meek man leading a humble existence.

 

When the world's population gaze upon that contorted face, they can see that there's God in him.

 

For 'twas God who sent him amongst us, that we might enjoy football.

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14 minutes ago, Athelwulf said:

 

It's more about Wilder I'd say.

 

It's the sheer humility of the man which gets to people.

 

A meek man leading a humble existence.

 

When the world's population gaze upon that contorted face, they can see that there's God in him.

 

For 'twas God who sent him amongst us, that we might enjoy football.

I wonder what they are paying him after 4 years of humble pay rises... surely he wouldn't accept over £40k p.w.?

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1 hour ago, Athelwulf said:

 

It's more about Wilder I'd say.

 

It's the sheer humility of the man which gets to people.

 

A meek man leading a humble existence.

 

When the world's population gaze upon that contorted face, they can see that there's God in him.

 

For 'twas God who sent him amongst us, that we might enjoy football.

He would hate a post like that, he's so humble. He wears a hair shirt you know.

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There has been a major bust up yesterday with some of the players and Knill.

 

Egan, Sharp and Norwood have tried to have it out with Wilder, who has brushed things off but Knill has gone in all guns blazing back at them and it's started cival war.

 

Ben Osborn has been smacked by Oli McBurnie, and Ethan Ampadu has gone crying back to Chelsea and has begged them to bring him off loan.

 

Wilder has come out fighting after calming Knill down and stopping him walking -  and told players he will put out youngsters in the starting line u if they don't step up and be counted and stop being mardy and getting aggravated with each other.

 

I particularly like the bit about being mardy, as that is what he is ninety percent of the time.

 

 

 

 

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16 minutes ago, HarryPlopper said:

There has been a major bust up yesterday with some of the players and Knill.

 

Egan, Sharp and Norwood have tried to have it out with Wilder, who has brushed things off but Knill has gone in all guns blazing back at them and it's started cival war.

 

Ben Osborn has been smacked by Oli McBurnie, and Ethan Ampadu has gone crying back to Chelsea and has begged them to bring him off loan.

 

Wilder has come out fighting after calming Knill down and stopping him walking -  and told players he will put out youngsters in the starting line u if they don't step up and be counted and stop being mardy and getting aggravated with each other.

 

I particularly like the bit about being mardy, as that is what he is ninety percent of the time.

 

 

 

 

Where's this from? Hope its true, a good pig collapse is great fun. 

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7 hours ago, HarryPlopper said:

There has been a major bust up yesterday with some of the players and Knill.

 

Egan, Sharp and Norwood have tried to have it out with Wilder, who has brushed things off but Knill has gone in all guns blazing back at them and it's started cival war.

 

Ben Osborn has been smacked by Oli McBurnie, and Ethan Ampadu has gone crying back to Chelsea and has begged them to bring him off loan.

 

Wilder has come out fighting after calming Knill down and stopping him walking -  and told players he will put out youngsters in the starting line u if they don't step up and be counted and stop being mardy and getting aggravated with each other.

 

I particularly like the bit about being mardy, as that is what he is ninety percent of the time.

 

 

 

 

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10 hours ago, HarryPlopper said:

There has been a major bust up yesterday with some of the players and Knill.

 

Egan, Sharp and Norwood have tried to have it out with Wilder, who has brushed things off but Knill has gone in all guns blazing back at them and it's started cival war.

 

Ben Osborn has been smacked by Oli McBurnie, and Ethan Ampadu has gone crying back to Chelsea and has begged them to bring him off loan.

 

Wilder has come out fighting after calming Knill down and stopping him walking -  and told players he will put out youngsters in the starting line u if they don't step up and be counted and stop being mardy and getting aggravated with each other.

 

I particularly like the bit about being mardy, as that is what he is ninety percent of the time.

 

 

 

 

Surely this can't be right....no mention of how humble they are and Billy blunt would never upset the apple cart 

 

Seriously if Knill walks, so do their footballing 'brains'....

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