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No sympathy for Billy Blunt or any of them to be honest. He has always been an aggro c*** and there's numerous stories on here and others I have heard about him over the years. 

 

As for McBurnie, he deserves levelling too. 

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9 hours ago, Django said:

Regarding Sharp, I did some work for an ex United player and he told me he stopped socialising with Sharp because he’s proper angry and always looking for a scrap 

 

Ive also spoke to loads of barstaff on Ecky road and he’s a proper ******** end

 

8 hours ago, Johnny Concrete said:

 

My cousins pal got into an altercation with Sharp in the Viper Rooms on Carver Street years ago. He was in the VIP section with my cousin and their pals and was in a booth next to Sharp and his group, everyone was all drunk. The lad leaned over and made a harmless joke of "All Wednesday aren't we" Sharp jumped up right in the kids face told him to f##k off and nutted the end of lads nose which sparked a brawl, however it lead to my cousins group getting kicked out, bouncers were up Billy's a$$ and treating him like God (probably Blunt fans)

 

I know some last night think my comment was harsh, but the guy is a first grade n0b and to be honest it's about time someone gave him a clip. 

I've heard similar tales.

 

Know some staff who worked in the Tav on Eccy road.

 

Few tales about Sharp's behaviour and being a sleazy pratt too.

 

Still think what happened to him on Tuesday was bang out of order, but a few too many seem to be sucked into the local lad done good narrative he's cultivated over the years.

 

Watched him enough times on the pitch too. Always good for a late racking of the studs down the back of an opponent's calves.

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1 hour ago, Ever the pessimist said:

Some pigs still think they’ll get Gibbs-White back on loan next season.

According to The Athletic, AC Milan have made a tentative enquiry. Tough call for the lad…

If Forest go up, wouldn't be surprised if he ends up there. 

 

Cooper had him before and is a fan. 

 

Won't be at the blunts, Wolves may even keep him 

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12 hours ago, Johnny Concrete said:

 

To be honest I think he's got the blunt fans on strings. Him, the fans, they know deepdown he's been a huge flop for what his goal return has been for the fee they paid.

 

But what better way to blind side the scruffs by portraying this tough man who fights and sticks up for his Utd team mates like he's a true part of the bladesmen culture. Also whilst making digs at us in attempt to stir the pot and get the pig fans excited because he's winding "Wendy" fans up as they'll see it.

Doesn't matter how players perform for SU, aslong as they make a snide remark about us then them c##ts will hold them in high regard.

 

This is exactly it.

 

McBurnie is a gobsh*te. They're a match made in heaven.

 

Tramp club.

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24 minutes ago, fudge27 said:

If Forest go up, wouldn't be surprised if he ends up there. 

 

Cooper had him before and is a fan. 

 

Won't be at the blunts, Wolves may even keep him 


No way he’s going back to the pigs, as much as they’d love him to. 
 

His last action in a pig shirt was to miss the crucial penalty in the play offs. Heartbreaking

 

lol 

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10 hours ago, Johnny Concrete said:

 

My cousins pal got into an altercation with Sharp in the Viper Rooms on Carver Street years ago. He was in the VIP section with my cousin and their pals and was in a booth next to Sharp and his group, everyone was all drunk. The lad leaned over and made a harmless joke of "All Wednesday aren't we" Sharp jumped up right in the kids face told him to f##k off and nutted the end of lads nose which sparked a brawl, however it lead to my cousins group getting kicked out, bouncers were up Billy's a$$ and treating him like God (probably Blunt fans)

 

I know some last night think my comment was harsh, but the guy is a first grade n0b and to be honest it's about time someone gave him a clip. 

 

That's the thing isn't it, if you had to pick one player who this would happen to, out of all the players on the pitch, 100% of people would have said it would most likely happen to Billy big b8ll8cks. 

 

He didn't deserve and i hope the fella who did it is dealt with accordingly, by the law, but this is the way of the world, people will retaliate when emotions are heightened. This won't stop Sharp though, although the statement he put out was very classy for a blade. Let's hope he also calls McBurnie out for 'disgusting behaviour' too. 

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3 hours ago, beswetherick said:


No way he’s going back to the pigs, as much as they’d love him to. 
 

His last action in a pig shirt was to miss the crucial penalty in the play offs. Heartbreaking

 

lol 

What a gift to give to the Porcine Scrubbers as a going away present. lol

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5 minutes ago, BIG D said:

Michael the wheezing, scumbag Blade on RS last night.

 

'I actually cried at the end of the game'

 

It just gets better

 

lol

 

 

Did he manage to get any digs in at Wednesday?

 

He's like a broken-winded horse.

 

What a bullet hole.

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The common line of defence from the scrubbers is that the forest fans shouldn’t have been on the pitch ... that’s fine

 

What’s the justification for £43.5 million of striking ‘talent’ being on the pitch given they’re both injured and haven’t been in a match days squad for some time ... in the case of Brewster (who clearly comes from nowhere and drags the bloke in the red shirt to floor by the neck, before McBarndoor ‘steps over’ him a coupe of times) many months 

 

Not sure the line that players are acting in self defence or have a fight or flight feeling ... because there’s several other members of the SUFC entourage calmy stood there or walking past 
 

Bogle (hood up), Brewster and McBarndoor appear to be spoiling for a bit of aggro ... exactly as they were when their manager thrust the ball into Spence’s midrift 

 

 

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