Twat in the Cap
#1
Early favourite for the Sheff Wed job...

At least we don’t tend to pick up many points against them as it is.
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#2
(07-21-2019, 09:29 AM)SW4Baggie Wrote: Early favourite for the Sheff Wed job...

At least we don’t tend to pick up many points against them as it is.

I'm delighted the twat still needs to work. If he'd pulled off the £30m Evans sale, or bagged his promotion bonus with Boro, he might be playing golf in Dorset every day instead. I hope 'Arry has to pick up the tab every time they meet for tea and biscuits. Otherwise it's a Thermos of Aldi tea and some custard creams.
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#3
I wouldn’t mind being £10 behind him.
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(07-21-2019, 09:54 AM)Cheshire East Baggie Wrote:
(07-21-2019, 09:29 AM)SW4Baggie Wrote: Early favourite for the Sheff Wed job...

At least we don’t tend to pick up many points against them as it is.

I'm delighted the twat still needs to work. If he'd pulled off the £30m Evans sale, or bagged his promotion bonus with Boro, he might be playing golf in Dorset every day instead. I hope 'Arry has to pick up the tab every time they meet for tea and biscuits. Otherwise it's a Thermos of Aldi tea and some custard creams.
I doubt he still needs work!
Easy to see why he's favourite though. Available, tried and tested.
My mate who's a Wednesday fan, says that he'll support the Baggies if they appoint Pulis... I guess he's influenced by my Pulis opinions though.
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#5
Keep him away from The Championship. I'm fed up of us dropping points to the twat.
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#6
Invariably dropping points against his teams is a small price to pay for not having to watch them every week.
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#7
Don't see why he still gets work.

His style of football has all but died since less and less players are bought up with it. His man management skills are out dated and he is just generally an unpleasant human being if his record in court is anything to go by.

You'd have thought his last few months with us and his time at Boro would have proved he is finally extinct.
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#8
These dinosaur British managers need to make way for young and progressive coaches.

Pulis sucks the joy out of football.
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#9
Boro fans were far from impressed with the twat, they got pissed off with him even quicker than we did.
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(07-21-2019, 12:32 PM)Johnnykayeengland Wrote:
(07-21-2019, 09:54 AM)Cheshire East Baggie Wrote:
(07-21-2019, 09:29 AM)SW4Baggie Wrote: Early favourite for the Sheff Wed job...

At least we don’t tend to pick up many points against them as it is.

I'm delighted the twat still needs to work. If he'd pulled off the £30m Evans sale, or bagged his promotion bonus with Boro, he might be playing golf in Dorset every day instead. I hope 'Arry has to pick up the tab every time they meet for tea and biscuits. Otherwise it's a Thermos of Aldi tea and some custard creams.
I doubt he still needs work!
Easy to see why he's favourite though. Available, tried and tested.
My mate who's a Wednesday fan, says that he'll support the Baggies if they appoint Pulis... I guess he's influenced by my Pulis opinions though.

He's £1.5m short of where he was before he picked a fight with Crystal Palace and £3.5m short of where he expected to be at the moment. Not small beer to a football man of his age group, even if the likes of Saido could laugh it off. Money's never about how much you've got, it's about how much you want to have.
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