Suppository Takes A Strange Turn

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Re: Suppository Takes A Strange Turn

Postby mr_nool » Sun Apr 01, 2018 9:33 pm

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mr_nool wrote:I can't argue too much with what Custis said today. The only reason United are deemed to have a bad season is because they are measured against and compared to us. And we don't only play fantastically beautiful football, were also a winning machine.


Didn’t he say Lingard should be in the TOTY? And Bailly who hasn’t even started 10 matches!!!


I didn't see that part. Only saw about 15 minutes on YouTube when they talked about our game against Everton and the upcoming derby.
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Re: Suppository Takes A Strange Turn

Postby mr_nool » Sun Apr 01, 2018 9:36 pm

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mr_nool wrote:I can't argue too much with what Custis said today. The only reason United are deemed to have a bad season is because they are measured against and compared to us. And we don't only play fantastically beautiful football, were also a winning machine.


Well, the only reason anyone looks bad is because the others are better!

If only other guys weren't so bloody handsome, I would be considered good looking!


We're not talking about other guys, just one stunningly handsome bloke.

We're the anomaly this season (and hopefully many seasons to come). Any other season and Scum would be in the title race with their points tally.



They might be in the race normally but with their points per game they'll finish with 83 points, if you include this season then that point tally would be enough to win the title in just 2 of the past 15 seasons.

They're not as bad as some make out but that's more down to individual quality rather than anything they're learning on the training ground.


They're on level with or above the second placed team for pretty much any season in yonkers. And in no other season one team has been this far ahead at this part of the season.
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Re: Suppository Takes A Strange Turn

Postby Justified logic » Mon Apr 02, 2018 7:57 am

johnny crossan wrote:
john@staustell wrote:Even the slug is drooling over City today

team of the season according to them
---------------De Gea
Walker Stones Vertongen Robertson
---De Bruyne Fernandinho Silva
-------Salah Kane Sane

Ederson, Otamendi, Sterling and Aguero - all unlucky to be left out apparently

LWB is the only position where we don't have the best in the league (whether that includes Aguero or Jesus) and that is only because Mendy has been injured.
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Re: Suppository Takes A Strange Turn

Postby Mase » Mon Apr 02, 2018 8:56 am

How can Sanè be anywhere near in front of Sterling for TOTY?!! Look at the stats.
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Re: Suppository Takes A Strange Turn

Postby Foreverinbluedreams » Mon Apr 02, 2018 9:07 am

Mase wrote:How can Sanè be anywhere near in front of Sterling for TOTY?!! Look at the stats.


Aesthetics mate.
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Re: Suppository Takes A Strange Turn

Postby johnny crossan » Mon Apr 02, 2018 9:08 am

Mase wrote:How can Sanè be anywhere near in front of Sterling for TOTY?!! Look at the stats.

a grave error, an acute embarrassment really
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Re: Suppository Takes A Strange Turn

Postby Mase » Mon Apr 02, 2018 9:32 am

And while I’m at it, how can Otter not be in there? Easily the best defender in the Prem this season. A massive turn around from previous seasons.
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Re: Suppository Takes A Strange Turn

Postby blues-clues » Mon Apr 02, 2018 10:24 am

Mase wrote:And while I’m at it, how can Otter not be in there? Easily the best defender in the Prem this season. A massive turn around from previous seasons.


Dead right - so far ahead of Stones at the moment.

Stones had a good run until he got injured but Ottamendi has been a revelation this reason. Consistent and reliable.
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Re: Suppository Takes A Strange Turn

Postby johnny crossan » Mon Apr 02, 2018 4:59 pm

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Mase wrote:How can Sanè be anywhere near in front of Sterling for TOTY?!! Look at the stats.

a grave error, an acute embarrassment really

Maybe his German accent? Don't want to be too diacritical though.
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Re: Suppository Takes A Strange Turn

Postby bigblue » Tue Apr 03, 2018 12:56 pm

Mase wrote:How can Sanè be anywhere near in front of Sterling for TOTY?!! Look at the stats.


He's only 1/2 black so they didn't deduct as many points
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Re: Suppository Takes A Strange Turn

Postby johnny crossan » Sun Aug 05, 2018 9:36 am

The grisly gang back on our screens just now - but with a big picture of the CFA behind them :D
- how long before they mention Sterling's contract tho' ?
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Re: Suppository Takes A Strange Turn

Postby AG7 » Sun Sep 02, 2018 12:15 pm

Anybody catch this today?

They just can’t bring themselves to praise City even while doing so ...

No guesses where today’s chat went as it’s the 10th anniversary of the takeover ...
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Re: Suppository Takes A Strange Turn

Postby Mase » Sun Sep 02, 2018 12:19 pm

AG7 wrote:Anybody catch this today?

They just can’t bring themselves to praise City even while doing so ...

No guesses where today’s chat went as it’s the 10th anniversary of the takeover ...


Gang of fat BNP supporters sat around a table discussing "oil money"
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Re: Suppository Takes A Strange Turn

Postby johnny crossan » Sun Sep 02, 2018 3:07 pm

Northcroft of the Guardian is an integrity free zone. Those slitty piggy bloodshot eyes - if he ever opened them wide he'd bleed to death.
'Workers rights' is their cover phrase for outright racist propaganda against the UAE - let's not look too hard at where Roman's roubles came from, or the glorious US asset stripping of the Glazers, Kroenke, Fenway , or the freedom loving Chinese owners of Southampton and Wolves, or Spurs' currency speculating Joe Lewis who robbed this country of billions along with George Soros, the moneyball Pozos at Watford, the pornographers at West Ham etc etc - a reprehensible hypocritical lowlife .
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Re: Suppository Takes A Strange Turn

Postby BookJunior » Sun Sep 02, 2018 5:23 pm

johnny crossan wrote:Northcroft of the Guardian is an integrity free zone. Those slitty piggy bloodshot eyes - if he ever opened them wide he'd bleed to death.
'Workers rights' is their cover phrase for outright racist propaganda against the UAE - let's not look too hard at where Roman's roubles came from, or the glorious US asset stripping of the Glazers, Kroenke, Fenway , or the freedom loving Chinese owners of Southampton and Wolves, or Spurs' currency speculating Joe Lewis who robbed this country of billions along with George Soros, the moneyball Pozos at Watford, the pornographers at West Ham etc etc - a reprehensible hypocritical lowlife .


I got to the point where I couldn't watch that programme. Their prejudice is crude and blatantly obvious.

We got shut of sky soon after.
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Re: Suppository Takes A Strange Turn

Postby johnny crossan » Sun Sep 02, 2018 6:38 pm

BookJunior wrote:
johnny crossan wrote:Northcroft of the Guardian is an integrity free zone. Those slitty piggy bloodshot eyes - if he ever opened them wide he'd bleed to death.
'Workers rights' is their cover phrase for outright racist propaganda against the UAE - let's not look too hard at where Roman's roubles came from, or the glorious US asset stripping of the Glazers, Kroenke, Fenway , or the freedom loving Chinese owners of Southampton and Wolves, or Spurs' currency speculating Joe Lewis who robbed this country of billions along with George Soros, the moneyball Pozos at Watford, the pornographers at West Ham etc etc - a reprehensible hypocritical lowlife .


I got to the point where I couldn't watch that programme. Their prejudice is crude and blatantly obvious.

We got shut of sky soon after.

Strange really, in the other place they're praising them for the quality and non-prejudiced nature of the discussion. Apparently we've turned the tide.
That place is full of bozos. :lol:
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Re: Suppository Takes A Strange Turn

Postby BookJunior » Sun Sep 02, 2018 10:10 pm

I agree and only bought it for the cricket.

Decided that TMS and highlights were good enough.
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Re: Suppository Takes A Strange Turn

Postby johnny crossan » Sun Oct 14, 2018 8:37 am

Here we go - leading with "Foden to Follow to Sancho to Dortmund - all over the papers'' the Custis slugs are in tandem this morning - your double helping of breakfast slime.
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Re: Suppository Takes A Strange Turn

Postby Mase » Sun Oct 14, 2018 9:03 am

johnny crossan wrote:Here we go - leading with "Foden to Follow to Sancho to Dortmund - all over the papers'' the Custis slugs are in tandem this morning - your double helping of breakfast slime.


The only thing we have the upper hand on with Foden is he actually supports City. Other than that I could see him moving on if he didn't support us.
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Re: Suppository Takes A Strange Turn

Postby Beefymcfc » Sun Oct 14, 2018 9:13 am

johnny crossan wrote:Here we go - leading with "Foden to Follow to Sancho to Dortmund - all over the papers'' the Custis slugs are in tandem this morning - your double helping of breakfast slime.

Slow news week. They'll have sat around in theub last night making stuff up to feed to the gullible sheeple.
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