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 11 
 on: Today at 08:49:28 PM 
Started by SuuPRlim - Last post by rfgqqabc
How on earth does Rutter even get himself into that situation. I suppose Paul perhaps heard his accent and thought he sounds like a good british gent, he might be able to sort me out. I really can't imagine looking at post drinks Stu and thinking that. Funnily enough my night out with Stu also involved penalty shots. It also involved him being so annoyed at his hotel in Blackpool he slept in his car. I really cannot imagine a hotel I'd sleep in sober but won't when drunk lol.

 12 
 on: Today at 08:48:47 PM 
Started by Sheriff Fatman - Last post by TightEnd
just done a trade in another dynasty league

Team A gives Luck/Hopkins,

Team B gives Brees/Gurley/Julio/2016 1st

Non-PPR, QB-heavy scoring.

which side do you like

 13 
 on: Today at 08:41:06 PM 
Started by Longines - Last post by celtic
Never been to a strip club, or used ladies of the night.

If that's mundane you must live life in the fast lane mate!!  

You sniffing coke every night or summat? lol  Cheesy

Tried coke once, done nothing for me. Never tried it again. Never tried any other hard drugs. Never would.

 14 
 on: Today at 08:39:22 PM 
Started by tikay - Last post by The Camel
Seems like Real Madrid have sent Manure up the garden path leading them along, stringing it out so they get the keeper out of contract next summer for free knowing no club will think they have a chance to sign him with their interest.  Another massive negative to Woodward's savvy and ability to run the club.  

De Gea must be over the moon as all the bad press is on the clubs and he can collect the £12m golden hello next summer when he signs on a free and walks away from Manchester with a huge pot of gold to go back home to live with his stunning missus who clearly doesn't want to leave Spain.  What a coup for the Spanish v Manchester.

Sad but true.

The last time Real came calling SAF persuaded Ronaldo to give us one more season, and what a season he gave us. Shame that de Gea can't be similarly persuaded, but it seems that LVG lacks the ability to manage players.

Do you wish Moyes was still in charge in hindsight?

I wish SAF was still in charge.
I wish Edward Woodward would go back to being The Equalizer.
I think we treated Moyes badly, but I also think he messed up when he arrived by changing way too much of the backroom operations.

I don't know what to think right now though. I would hate to see us have to install a revolving door on the Manager's office but LVG has some serious work to do if we are to hang on to a Top 4 place.

A new man needs his own team behind him.

Otherwise as soon as there's a little rocky period, everyone will be whispering beind the new man's back "that's not the way the old gaffer did things, we would be through this by now under him". Can't operate like that.

The only way to keep the same backroom staff would have been to promote from within like Liverpool in the 70s and 80s did.

 15 
 on: Today at 08:35:05 PM 
Started by Longines - Last post by sharplea
Can honestly say I have never eaten a steak rare, medium rare or medium.


I was like you once, then I learned the error of my ways.

I physically can't (my stomach rejects it), so I don't eat steak anymore Sad

 16 
 on: Today at 08:33:28 PM 
Started by TightEnd - Last post by Karabiner
I think there needs to be a little more clarity on whether a "freezeout" actually allows re-entry too as in tomorrow's PLO Double-chance "freezeout".

I remember being one of many who were surprised at the last one of these when it turned out that one re-entry was allowed despite it being advertised as a freezeout.

One re-entry Ralph

http://www.dusktilldawncasinonottingham.com/result-info.php?id=5250&name=Pokerfets%20Live%20PLO&eid=66029

Thanks David, I went looking for the small print this time.

Possibly a little obdurate on my part but I expect a freezeout to be just that.

 17 
 on: Today at 08:32:37 PM 
Started by tikay - Last post by arbboy
Redknapp just made a great point about Spurs acting like a big four club but spending like a mid table club with their transfer tactics under Levy.  I think they really are miles behind the big 5 now and in real danger this season of being swamped by a number of the solid mid table sides if they are not careful.

SPIN agree with you.

Tottenham points are pitched at 54-55.5 which seems absurdly low.

Anyone know what they were before a ball was kicked this season?

61 -62.5

They really are now miles off the pace.  They can't be considered part of a 'big 6' now surely?  Take the badge off and they are no bigger than Soton/Swansea/Everton etc with numerous others spending big cash on their tail.

The new TV money, which is pretty much equally shared, really hurts teams like Spurs who can't get Champs league money on top and makes the rest of the league a much more level playing field than it has ever been.  Being in the Europa league just hinders Spurs even more.  There is little financial gain and it doesn't really help attract players plus it puts a huge strain on their squad.  The average money grabbing foreigner coming to the EPL for money would surely rather sign for a team without Europa league commitments than one with them?  Do you really need all the hassle of the extra travelling and games if you are getting paid the same money?

Just look at Everton's first 11 and compare it to Spurs.  I know which one i would prefer.  I think Levy is Spur's biggest problem tbh and has been a main reason why they are no longer anywhere near the top 4 anymore.

Joe Lewis is no mug.

If Levy is to blame, he would have got the tin tack by now.

My view on Levy is he thrives on this image of being the hardest bargainer in the game.  He loves it.  I don't think it helps Spurs recruit the type of talent they need (most of whom will be using spurs like Bale did as a stepping stone) because these types of players know how hard it will be for them to escape from Spurs because of his relentless haggling so they just choose to not join spurs and go elsewhere.

There is no doubt he is a shrewd operator financially.  As an owner of a club he ticks a lot of the boxes for you running a tight ship.  There is no doubt about that.

As to firing Levy not sure it would be that simple because Levy has a substantial % of the shares i think alongside Lewis.  Lewis is obviously the majority shareholder but i don't think it would be that simple.

 18 
 on: Today at 08:30:21 PM 
Started by tikay - Last post by david3103
Seems like Real Madrid have sent Manure up the garden path leading them along, stringing it out so they get the keeper out of contract next summer for free knowing no club will think they have a chance to sign him with their interest.  Another massive negative to Woodward's savvy and ability to run the club.  

De Gea must be over the moon as all the bad press is on the clubs and he can collect the £12m golden hello next summer when he signs on a free and walks away from Manchester with a huge pot of gold to go back home to live with his stunning missus who clearly doesn't want to leave Spain.  What a coup for the Spanish v Manchester.

Sad but true.

The last time Real came calling SAF persuaded Ronaldo to give us one more season, and what a season he gave us. Shame that de Gea can't be similarly persuaded, but it seems that LVG lacks the ability to manage players.

Do you wish Moyes was still in charge in hindsight?

I wish SAF was still in charge.
I wish Edward Woodward would go back to being The Equalizer.
I think we treated Moyes badly, but I also think he messed up when he arrived by changing way too much of the backroom operations.

I don't know what to think right now though. I would hate to see us have to install a revolving door on the Manager's office but LVG has some serious work to do if we are to hang on to a Top 4 place.

 19 
 on: Today at 08:24:59 PM 
Started by tikay - Last post by arbboy
Seems like Real Madrid have sent Manure up the garden path leading them along, stringing it out so they get the keeper out of contract next summer for free knowing no club will think they have a chance to sign him with their interest.  Another massive negative to Woodward's savvy and ability to run the club.  

De Gea must be over the moon as all the bad press is on the clubs and he can collect the £12m golden hello next summer when he signs on a free and walks away from Manchester with a huge pot of gold to go back home to live with his stunning missus who clearly doesn't want to leave Spain.  What a coup for the Spanish v Manchester.

Sad but true.

The last time Real came calling SAF persuaded Ronaldo to give us one more season, and what a season he gave us. Shame that de Gea can't be similarly persuaded, but it seems that LVG lacks the ability to manage players.

Do you wish Moyes was still in charge in hindsight?

 20 
 on: Today at 08:24:46 PM 
Started by tikay - Last post by The Camel
Redknapp just made a great point about Spurs acting like a big four club but spending like a mid table club with their transfer tactics under Levy.  I think they really are miles behind the big 5 now and in real danger this season of being swamped by a number of the solid mid table sides if they are not careful.

SPIN agree with you.

Tottenham points are pitched at 54-55.5 which seems absurdly low.

Anyone know what they were before a ball was kicked this season?

61 -62.5

They really are now miles off the pace.  They can't be considered part of a 'big 6' now surely?  Take the badge off and they are no bigger than Soton/Swansea/Everton etc with numerous others spending big cash on their tail.

The new TV money, which is pretty much equally shared, really hurts teams like Spurs who can't get Champs league money on top and makes the rest of the league a much more level playing field than it has ever been.  Being in the Europa league just hinders Spurs even more.  There is little financial gain and it doesn't really help attract players plus it puts a huge strain on their squad.  The average money grabbing foreigner coming to the EPL for money would surely rather sign for a team without Europa league commitments than one with them?  Do you really need all the hassle of the extra travelling and games if you are getting paid the same money?

Just look at Everton's first 11 and compare it to Spurs.  I know which one i would prefer.  I think Levy is Spur's biggest problem tbh and has been a main reason why they are no longer anywhere near the top 4 anymore.

Joe Lewis is no mug.

If Levy is to blame, he would have got the tin tack by now.

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