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at 22:48 8 Aug 2019
By correctly naming the 3 fixtures Andy Carroll will play for Newcastle this season.
|Seen as others are doing it.|
at 22:43 5 Aug 2019
To the tune of Everyday is Like Sunday by some right wing prick.
Trudging slowly to an empty ground.
Back to the ranch where all that money was stolen.
This is a club for clowns.
They‚Äôre about to shut down.
Armageddon, come Armageddon.
Come Armageddon, come.
Every day at Gigg is like a Sunday.
That‚Äôs because they loved Stewart Day.
[Post edited 5 Aug 22:46]
at 16:42 23 Jul 2019
Just been on telly promising to get a new deal, unite the country, deliver Brexit, end austerity, give the NHS an extra zillion a week, build aparthotels and have us in a new country in five years time.
Still, if enough idiots believe it then why not?
[Post edited 23 Jul 18:16]
at 22:20 4 Apr 2019
A load of lies being believed by a load of thick tvvats with fook all being achieved except economic ruin. It‚Äôs uncanny, discuss.
[Post edited 4 Apr 23:24]
at 21:32 7 Jan 2019
Have a team ever been promoted that are technically so good? Really enjoying watching them tonight.
[Post edited 7 Jan 21:33]
|Warning for England|
at 20:21 2 Jul 2018
3-5-2 has its limits. Japan‚Äôs 4-4-2 has,for 62 minutes anyway, caused Belgium massive problems.
|Jack Wilshere diluted.|
at 07:43 20 Jun 2018
After 17, a lot of which were very injury plagued, years at Arsenal, Jack Wilshere, who had been offered a new deal by Arsenal, went to see the new Arsenal manager and asked him if he was going to play him. New manager quite rightly said I can‚Äôt guarantee that, and why should he. Surely it‚Äôs up to Jack to impress the new manager and earn the right to play. Jack has been injured for much of his time at Arsenal and was injured for a lot of his time at Bournemouth and he has never really lived up to his early promise on anything like a consistent basis. Why an earth should he expect any manager to say yes Jack you‚Äôre my first name on the team sheet every week?
Apparently, West Ham and Everton, prior to changing their manager, were interested in signing him. He is just the sort of player neither of these clubs need (although Andy Carroll will at least have some company in the stands if he signs for the Hammers). I would have expected Sunderland to have jumped at the chance but they‚Äôre playing us next season in league 1 precisely because they‚Äôve jumped at the chance of signing this sort of player in the past for huge wages. Sunderland are currently paying another Jack, Rodwell, a reported 60k a week for doing jack.
Be very careful potential suitors and well done new Arsenal manager.
[Post edited 20 Jun 2018 8:13]
|Big night tonight|
at 08:00 1 May 2018
To present us with a little more hope on Saturday it would be nice if Bradford and Donny win tonight. Or just one of them at least.
They will and Walsall, Wimbledon and Oldham will lose on Saturday. We will get beat 2-1 in the last minute after Jack the Kitman misses a penalty and Andrew misses a sitter from minus 0.1 yards. The ball will actually cross the line before he scoops it out and puts it over. Dale‚Äôs goal will be 40 a yard scorpion kick from Thompson to make it 1-0 and give us hope for 6 seconds. Hendo and Camps will give away two pens doing that karate kid kick thing that people should see coming a mile off. Hill will go and manage Sunderland for a week and we‚Äôll get Flitcroft and win League 2 by the use of special synergestic forces.
[Post edited 1 May 2018 8:26]
at 21:04 27 Mar 2018
I don‚Äôt often watch them but that was one of the most enjoyable 45 minutes I‚Äôve seen from them. They actually looked quite good. Sterling looked very good, excellent movement and running at players. Not a hoof in sight.
|Plug‚Äôs gone |
at 21:56 16 Jan 2018
[Post edited 16 Jan 2018 21:57]
at 21:02 10 Dec 2017
I sincerely hope that we never ever approach any game against Bury, whether it be at home or away or on Mars, like United approached their game with City today.
Which we won‚Äôt.
[Post edited 10 Dec 2017 21:03]
|Bury‚Äôs Next Manager - odds from their site.|
at 21:46 21 Nov 2017
Sam Allardyce 2-1 - financial indiscretions cost him the England job. A real positive though for Stewie and must be a serious contender. Recently seen talking to Stewie in a swish all you can eat buffet in Bury about investing old people‚Äôs pensions without them ‚Äėtechnically‚Äô knowing about it. Stewie for obvious reasons wasn‚Äôt doing much talking.
Chris Coleman 3-1 - reportedly heard saying 12 minutes after taking the Sunderland job....‚ÄĚwhat the c unting fook have I done here‚ÄĚ. You never know, he might have something wrong with him that makes him spontaneously take really stupid jobs?
David Flitcroft 5-1 - after undergoing managerial reassessment therapy in LA, Flicker has concluded that Bury‚Äôs dip in synergestic forces prior to his de-managerisation was actually down to vvank feng shui. That and signing 23 goalkeepers. Shift a few sofas and it will be like the promotion season all over again. Then we can sign more goalkeepers he said.
Zinazine Zidane 16-1 - despite early success at Real Madrid winning the Champions League has gone sh1t. Not a popular choice with fans. Could do better.
Robert Mugabe 1-2F - available.
at 13:39 26 Apr 2017
Monsieur Barton haz been banned from ze game for dix huit months for aving lots ov flutters at Hill de William.
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