Latest Posts by Leesthedaddy
Absolute disgrace. No matter how much people disagree with his political view point he has a right to campaign. He doesn't encourage violence or terrorism but has a belief the UK is better off out of Europe. If you agree or not it still doesn't give folk the right to assault people in the street.
Steed will dob them in.
He has form for Grassing!!
Obv just kidding.
seasider wrote:Not read it yet. What does it imply? Oyston still might have a stake in the club?
You posted it.
I got a tad lost following some parts but I have divided reading it throughout the day as it’s such a long read.
True, and those people can buy match tickets no problem, they're not excluded from going to games. The level of complete fucking whingery since the CA came in from our fans has been pathetic. Some won't be happy until they pay £1 a month for a ST in hospitality (no credit check of course, just trusted that they'll pay despite never paying anything before), with a private limo picking them up and dropping them off at home, a free bar and lapdancers grinding all over their shit all game. I can only imagine the uproar if we sign a player nobody wants, or as manager for that matter, or if we're 15th after 5 games of next season. Fucking fannies the lot of them. We don't have a divine right to be catered to at our every whim. We deserve a proper football club with owners who don't strip its assets and try to ruin people's lives, nothing more and nothing less.
If only Carlsberg bought BFC.
I’m mixed feelings over this one.
An NW side V’s another London club? Obviously based on that I’m City.
All KarensTheMummy side are Wolves fans plus the fact I also like the underdogs to make an upset so, come on Watford. Her family have given me stick for years.
I backed Wigan a few years ago for £5 so its possible.
Everton get a lot of things wrong, class and dignity is never in question though. They have sent a weeks wages to all Boltons staff members that are still not getting paid. To help them and their families.
After the game, O'Nien played it down as "just a bit of handbags".
Sunderland sealed a 1-0 aggregate win to reach the final at Wembley.
"It's nothing to think about too much," added O'Nien. "It's happened and it's very silly.
"I've seen my little cousin hit harder than that, so not a problem with that."
He said he was asked by police if he wanted to press charges, but declined.
Sunderland manager Jack Ross said the incident during the goalless draw "wasn't great" but that he "wouldn't make a big deal of it".
Magic147 wrote:Oh great, so we're going to have a load of fraudsters and conmen sat amongst us are we.& Scabs. 🤣🤣