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Postby Butch Manly » 28 Nov 2005, 17:17

no. beattie has scored three times this season.
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Postby -- » 28 Nov 2005, 18:19

andymacandy wrote:I though Newcastle looked petulant and lacklustre.


Is that a really foppish way of saying they're an abysmal football team?

If so, you are correct.

:D

Is Beattie the new Peter Crouch?


No.

Compared to Crouch, Beattie was a great signing.

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Postby Chestnuts roasting on an open Fireplug » 28 Nov 2005, 20:59

Iam wrote:
andymacandy wrote:I though Newcastle looked petulant and lacklustre.


Is that a really foppish way of saying they're an abysmal football team?

If so, you are correct.

:D



Sadly, he is. Some great players, a bloody awful team. Souness oot.

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Postby -- » 28 Nov 2005, 21:06

Indeed. You shouldn't be as poor as you've looked when I've seen the Toon play recently.

Lots of the parts fit, but the team just doesn't... work.

And Bramble was shocking, yesterday. Nearly as bad as Mikael Silvestre...

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Postby borofan » 30 Nov 2005, 00:53

Fireplug wrote:
Iam wrote:
andymacandy wrote:I though Newcastle looked petulant and lacklustre.


Is that a really foppish way of saying they're an abysmal football team?

If so, you are correct.

:D



Sadly, he is. Some great players, a bloody awful team. Souness oot.


Why? Sourpuss is doing a damn good job. One day, the Skunks will realise that everyone else is just laughing at them and their delusions of grandeur (or possibly delusions of adequacy).
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Postby Google_[Bot] » 30 Nov 2005, 08:04

borofan wrote:
Fireplug wrote:
Iam wrote:
andymacandy wrote:I though Newcastle looked petulant and lacklustre.


Is that a really foppish way of saying they're an abysmal football team?

If so, you are correct.

:D



Sadly, he is. Some great players, a bloody awful team. Souness oot.


Why? Sourpuss is doing a damn good job. One day, the Skunks will realise that everyone else is just laughing at them and their delusions of grandeur (or possibly delusions of adequacy).


Erm, people in glass houses ......

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Postby Diamond Dog » 04 Dec 2005, 00:11

Nice to get home and find we've spanked Blackburn's 2-0 away. Where's that Minnie when you need her?
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Postby Diamond Dog » 12 Dec 2005, 20:22

A fine draw at Old Trafford means 13 points from the last 18. Which is nice.
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Postby andymacandy » 12 Dec 2005, 20:42

Diamond Dog wrote:A fine draw at Old Trafford means 13 points from the last 18. Which is nice.

Getting Cahill back seems to have made a big difference.
its not laughable to suggest they could have beaten ManU last night.
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Postby The Modernist » 13 Dec 2005, 01:38

End this thread now.
Everton are one of the most boring teams in the prem.

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Postby -- » 13 Dec 2005, 10:58

What does that make your lot, then?

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1 Liverpool (2) 8 7 0 1 15 2 13 1.87 0.25 2.62 21 WWwwWwWl

2 Chelsea (1) 8 6 1 1 17 5 12 2.12 0.62 2.37 19 WWwWlWdW

3 Manchester United (3) 8 5 2 1 15 9 6 1.87 1.12 2.12 17 DWwwWlDw

4 Tottenham Hotspur (4) 8 4 3 1 13 8 5 1.62 1.00 1.87 15 WWwDlDdW

5 Everton (15) 8 4 2 2 7 8 -1 0.87 1.00 1.75 14 dwWlWwDl

6 Arsenal (6) 8 4 1 3 12 9 3 1.50 1.12 1.62 13 llWwWdWl


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Postby Diamond Dog » 13 Dec 2005, 16:15

The red nosed M! wrote:End this thread now.
Everton are one of the most boring teams in the prem.


Actually, last season I'd have agreed - but not this season. We're trying to play alot more football - and we're beginning to score goals and creat chances.

Arsenal are playing like wank recently, aren't they? :lol:
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Postby purgatory brite » 13 Dec 2005, 21:46

Diamond Dog wrote:Arsenal are playing like wank recently, aren't they? :lol:


Not in the Champions League!!!

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Postby Diamond Dog » 14 Dec 2005, 08:58

Purgatory Brite wrote:
Diamond Dog wrote:Arsenal are playing like wank recently, aren't they? :lol:


Not in the Champions League!!!

pb


We'll see when they don't have the Champions League equivalent of Northwich Victoria to play in the knockout stages. :lol:
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Postby Diamond Dog » 15 Dec 2005, 04:30

Bollocks.
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Postby KeithPratt » 15 Dec 2005, 09:44

Ha ha you're shit!

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Postby -- » 15 Dec 2005, 09:45

Still, it could be worse, eh?

Where's Griff?

:lol:

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Postby Diamond Dog » 15 Dec 2005, 12:01

This really has taken on a surreal nature. I really have no idea what Iam is on about - could he actually explain this, please?
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Postby -- » 15 Dec 2005, 12:19

I was commenting on a certain Everton fan having very little to say about his own club...

It's not that difficult to understand.

Surreal would have been me saying:

Everton played fish last night.

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Postby Diamond Dog » 15 Dec 2005, 13:50

Diamond Dog wrote:This really has taken on a surreal nature. I really have no idea what Iam is on about - could he actually explain this, please?


Sorry, I had the two threads confused. This is the comment I'm totally lost on:

Iam wrote:Still, at least we don't glass women over a sulk about a player, eh?
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