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by karbota
19 Sep 2020 18:01
Forum: The Team
Topic: BF I follow Barnsley
Replies: 225
Views: 8713

Re: BF I follow Barnsley

A truly woeful, awful win,. The first half not a shot on target, gifted two really dubious reds especially the second. Cabral - 7 one good save kept us in, but poor distribution. Araruna - 5 sloppy. Morrison - 6 better but a bit slow. Moore - 5 not good enough. Richards - 4 wont be here long. Rinomh...
by karbota
15 Sep 2020 21:48
Forum: The Team
Topic: BFTiFollow - Luton (h) - Carabao Cup
Replies: 64
Views: 2847

Re: BFTiFollow - Luton (h) - Carabao Cup

Let's be real here. This game was an opportunity for non-first teamers to show what they can do with little emphasis on tactics. So anyone expecting to see an all action performance and the team setup to their tactical best in the space of 2 days is off their head on meth. Is playing Man Utd ressie...
by karbota
13 Sep 2020 20:16
Forum: The Team
Topic: MATCHWATCH : Luton Town (h) sponsored by Dean Morgan
Replies: 247
Views: 7546

Re: MATCHWATCH : Luton Town (h) sponsored by Dean Morgan

Snowball Think maybe Ejaria will get a rest after he went off, guess it depends what it was, knock or strain

Want to see Puscas!


OMG here we go.
by karbota
04 Sep 2020 23:50
Forum: The Team
Topic: MATCHWATCH : Colchester United (h) sponsored by Callum & Sam
Replies: 131
Views: 5394

Re: MATCHWATCH : Colchester United (h) sponsored by Callum & Sam

Mr Angry I also remember walking from the town station to Colchester's old ground in the drizzle for an FA Cup game when they were non-League....and of course we lost.

:x


Was that mid 60s and finished 1-0 ?, I was there, hitched a ride from Theale, grossly overcrowded.
by karbota
31 Aug 2020 17:26
Forum: The Team
Topic: CONFIMRED - Veljko Paunović
Replies: 422
Views: 28780

Re: CONFIMRED - Veljko Paunović

Not sure how credible that is. The author is the Bundesliga not MLS 'expert'. There is no indication in the article as to what his 'sources' were and there is not a single quote within it. It may not have influenced him at all but it might also be worth noting that he appears to have a Bosnian back...
by karbota
29 Aug 2020 14:28
Forum: The Team
Topic: CONFIMRED - Veljko Paunović
Replies: 422
Views: 28780

Re: (Soon to be) CONFIMRED - some kind of Serbian bloke

For the first time since Atkins I'm actually 100% behind this guy. I think he is gonna be raise our game significantly . I think it's a good move by the club. I like Bowen but I just don't feel has has what it takes to take us to a level where we should be with this squad. There I've said it. LOL, ...
by karbota
09 Aug 2020 17:29
Forum: The Team
Topic: Rival Watch
Replies: 6277
Views: 656960

Re: Rival Watch

Old Man Andrews It's like watching 2 mentally handicapped people fighting over the last seat on the special bus.


You and ?.
by karbota
08 Aug 2020 08:40
Forum: The Team
Topic: Dai Yongge in trouble with Chinese government
Replies: 93
Views: 7902

Re: Dai Yongge in trouble with Chinese government

Donald Maclean? Guy Burgess? Kim Philby? Anthony Blunt? We are so different? Something in our DNA? We are no different to any other nation of people. You're right, it's just not cricket, it's the real world, not some sepia tinted belle epoche that never actually existed. Its a changing world, it's ...
by karbota
02 Aug 2020 09:39
Forum: The Team
Topic: Dai Yongge in trouble with Chinese government
Replies: 93
Views: 7902

Re: Dai Yongge in trouble with Chinese government

Started a business that's currently worth over £5 billion on the LSE. Some people play hard but ethically. Would have been better off with Robert Maxwell ? aka Ján Ludvík Hyman Binyamin Hoch . Fcuking hell man, there's shit loads you can demonise Maxwell for and you chose the fact he was Czech. A C...
by karbota
02 Aug 2020 08:35
Forum: The Team
Topic: Dai Yongge in trouble with Chinese government
Replies: 93
Views: 7902

Re: Dai Yongge in trouble with Chinese government

Nameless
karbota
Nameless
You new to social media ?
No one apologises for taking the p*ss out of people like you.
Now find a corner, crawl into it and stay there.


No problem with the piss, Just say sorry for being wrong.

Eid Mubarak.


Your only option now is to flounce.


Apparantly Not.
by karbota
31 Jul 2020 22:54
Forum: The Team
Topic: Dai Yongge in trouble with Chinese government
Replies: 93
Views: 7902

Re: Dai Yongge in trouble with Chinese government

Lower West
SCIAG SJM was a used car salesman, they’re the least dodgy people in the world.


Started a business that's currently worth over £5 billion on the LSE. Some people play hard but ethically.


Would have been better off with Robert Maxwell ? aka Ján Ludvík Hyman Binyamin Hoch .
by karbota
31 Jul 2020 22:25
Forum: The Team
Topic: Dai Yongge in trouble with Chinese government
Replies: 93
Views: 7902

Re: Dai Yongge in trouble with Chinese government

No, you referred to Johnny Foreigner. In football terms Scots are foreigners. Too subtle for you. What has spellcheck got to do with anything ? If I ran spellcheck on your comment it wouldn't have flagged anything. Apparantly you have not read the whole post , read again and then say sorry. Off cou...
by karbota
31 Jul 2020 16:29
Forum: The Team
Topic: Dai Yongge in trouble with Chinese government
Replies: 93
Views: 7902

Re: Dai Yongge in trouble with Chinese government

Their British what ? In football terms England is a separate country to Scotland (apparantly Scotland even has it’s own national team !) Stop trying to diverge with fake news, I never mentioned English owners/players!. And did you not know spell check is free?. No, you referred to Johnny Foreigner....
by karbota
31 Jul 2020 14:49
Forum: The Team
Topic: Dai Yongge in trouble with Chinese government
Replies: 93
Views: 7902

Re: Dai Yongge in trouble with Chinese government

Never been the same since all those Scots came and turned the Northern game professional So their not British then?. Their British what ? In football terms England is a separate country to Scotland (apparantly Scotland even has it’s own national team !) Stop trying to diverge with fake news, I neve...
by karbota
31 Jul 2020 05:31
Forum: The Team
Topic: Dai Yongge in trouble with Chinese government
Replies: 93
Views: 7902

Re: Dai Yongge in trouble with Chinese government

You’re right, I was wrong, they’re a Falun Gong puppet that is banned in mainland China. So this is maybe not such a reliable story. Boris Zingarevich was allegedly a mobster and one of the Thais used slaves in his fishing business, so this might not even be our biggest ownership scandal. Exactly, ...
by karbota
30 Jul 2020 19:31
Forum: The Team
Topic: Dai Yongge in trouble with Chinese government
Replies: 93
Views: 7902

Re: Dai Yongge in trouble with Chinese government

Mostly agreed. However, I think the automatically translated article is suggesting that there is a CCP report accusing him of money laundering and some similar crimes. Epoch Times is a CCP mouthpiece. It doesn’t really matter if you actually did anything wrong, if you cross the wrong official then ...
by karbota
30 Jul 2020 19:02
Forum: The Team
Topic: Dai Yongge in trouble with Chinese government
Replies: 93
Views: 7902

Re: Dai Yongge in trouble with Chinese government

We’re no worse off than if SJM had succumbed to a heart attack at any point after he took us on. Most clubs are now totally dependent on a rich owner, it’s how the game has gone. The report thoughseems to simply be a historical run through of where he got his money. I don’t actually see anything th...
by karbota
28 Jul 2020 08:54
Forum: The Team
Topic: Confimred loan - Ovie Ejaria
Replies: 367
Views: 41623

Re: Confimred loan - Ovie Ejaria

WoodleyRoyal Would rather we didn’t sign him at all to be honest. Way over rated, went missing after about November and you could count number of good games he had all season on one hand.


Got to agree, went right off him recently.
by karbota
22 Jul 2020 20:11
Forum: The Team
Topic: MATCHWATCH : Swansea City (h) sponsored by Andy Legg & Jason Bowen
Replies: 215
Views: 5915

Re: MATCHWATCH : Swansea City (h) sponsored by Andy Legg & Jason Bowen

Meite off, for good hopefully.
by karbota
19 Jul 2020 21:28
Forum: The Team
Topic: Ex Players
Replies: 926
Views: 193343

Re: Ex Players

Hayden Mullins and Graham Stack in charge at Watford. Ah Graham Stack. The stereotypical 3rd choice goalkeeper. Such a lonely thing. Though Stuart Taylor had played less then 100 games in a career that started in 1997 :lol: Both are Very nice bloke actually . Both the same person?, surely thats not...
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