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Erik Alonso trolls Chansiri HARD


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With the mess and huge relegation fears Derby are dealing with.

 

I would imagine this "banter" will fall a bit flat.

 

I imagine it would have got same reaction if a potential buyer in post Allen era tried it.

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1 hour ago, WalthamOwl said:

They both are a pair of prats imo. 

Alonso is in a league of his own when it comes to prattery

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57 minutes ago, SallyCinnamon said:

How you getting on with that proof of funds Erik?

Even Chansiri didn’t appear this mad until he’d actually taken over the club and been here a bit. 

 

Alonso is a loose cannon. 

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9 minutes ago, Costello 77 said:

I've never been on twitter.

What does it mean?

 

From what I can make out its site for folks who can concisely let you know what sort of knobhead they are in 280 characters or less.

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Just a bloke. Being dragged along in a world that moves too quick for it's own good.

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Just now, Errol Flashman said:

 

From what I can make out its site for folks who can concisely let you know what sort of knobhead they are in 280 characters or less.

I know but what's he actually said /done.

Is it because he's put our owner's initials in it?

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Just now, Costello 77 said:

I know but what's he actually said /done.

Is it because he's put our owner's initials in it?

 

Don't you even know bro. SMH

 

#sumppl #C77


Just a bloke. Being dragged along in a world that moves too quick for it's own good.

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5 hours ago, Jim said:

Looked extremely unlikely at the time but once it emerged that Alonso had agreed to buy Derby, I did wonder if the last match of the season would have something riding on it. 

 

As it happens it does for both clubs. For some strange reason I always thought if it did despite our extremely poor record at Derby, it would go our way?

 

Thing is even if it did, we could still go down? That said this is 1990 revisited for us. Potential of getting relegated on GD with 43 points both Derby, Forest and Luton involved again in some strange way. Perhaps it’s our turn to fall on the right side of the line?

 

Following Rotherham's result last night, the only potential for us getting relegated on goal difference with 43 points is if we win but Wycombe win by about 15 goals more than us. Seems unlikely to end that way. 

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