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Surprised Chez Given didn’t just install him as his PA if he’s available on those sort of wages. Imagine the champagne enemas that they could’ve had together 

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It's insulting, as if affordable football is more important than trying to win something. I'd pay double for a fucking trophy before I snuff it. I'd pay triple for one for Noelie. Fucking arseholes man. Wonga ffs. What a set of permacunts this lot are.

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Fuck me they really know how to make us dream don't they!

I'm glad they've made this decision early like. The worst thing that could have happened was that this dragged out over the summer and whoever ended up in charge had no time to plan for the season. Last preseason was a fuck up on pretty much all counts and set the tone for the season so all we can do now is hope this time we get it right.

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Players are going to be dying to stay/join us seeing as how every little kid dreams of providing affordable football to the people. :rolleyes:

 

This is probably one of those 'managing expectations' things as they say, but can these people at least not think twice before blurting out whatever comes in their mouths in front of the media?

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Fuck me they really know how to make us dream don't they!

I'm glad they've made this decision early like. The worst thing that could have happened was that this dragged out over the summer and whoever ended up in charge had no time to plan for the season. Last preseason was a fuck up on pretty much all counts and set the tone for the season so all we can do now is hope this time we get it right.

 

I have zero faith they'll get it right this summer. We're losing 3 or 4 players contractually straight off, then I predict a couple of signings early on and I think we'll sell 2 players just before the window slams shut with no opportunity to replace them. But we don't need a big squad as there's no European Nightmare to suffer this year and we'll hoy the cups away at the first opportunity again. Cunts.

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I have zero faith they'll get it right this summer. We're losing 3 or 4 players contractually straight off, then I predict a couple of signings early on and I think we'll sell 2 players just before the window slams shut with no opportunity to replace them. But we don't need a big squad as there's no European Nightmare to suffer this year and we'll hoy the cups away at the first opportunity again. Cunts.

I fear you may be right. We keep hearing how they've learned from their mistakes (both owner and management) yet we see the same ones made time and time again. It's all just lip service. The fact is they're happy with what they're doing so they keep on doing it!

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If they adequately replace Ba and Coloccini I might allow a small trickle of blood into my penis.

 

There's no chance of getting a full stot on any more with this lot, it's all unfulfilled semis and dry humping.

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If they adequately replace Ba and Coloccini I might allow a small trickle of blood into my penis.

 

There's no chance of getting a full stot on any more with this lot, it's all unfulfilled semis and dry humping.

Wrong approach- turn round, bend over, take it like a man.

Eventually, you'll get used to it.

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"There has been a great deal of speculation in recent weeks but our desire, as we announced back in September, is to bring long-term mediocrity to this club. It's up to us all now to work closely as a team to ensure next season sees us lumbering in the bottom half of the table again."

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"We'd like to fank Wonga for bringing Alan Pardew back to the fans. The Club could never afford to have a first class managah like Alan wiffout Wonga's sponsaship so we're planning a minutes applause in the 2,134 second of our first home game next season as a mark of respect to Wonga which is the same nambah as their current APR."

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As .com state, considering how a slightly different set of results on the last day could have seen us finish tenth in this abortion of a season, setting that as an aim really is a fucking joke.

 

I've seen/read nothing to make me consider reducing my death wish list.

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Not happy he is being kept but we have to deal with it I guess :-(

 

If we start the season shit then come Christmas I can't see Pardew being manager. I imagine he will have until xmas to prove he is not a totally useless prick.

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I predict a mass exodus of our bigger names amongst french contingent. I doubt he's popular in the dressing room and if Colo gets his move there's no captain to unite the team.

 

Be interested if Ben Arfa stays - he's indicated that he's happy to so long as the club shows ambition. A vague reference to competing in the top half won't be anywhere near the sort of ambition a player like him would expect. If he does go I just hope it's not to an English team, because it'd be gutting.

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They said at least tenth - which if anything states that anything below will signal changes. Fact is when we did finish 5th - ahead of Liverpool and Chelsea they both went out and spent £60m on new players. Genius Ashley only spent when it looked like we were in trouble.

 

What ambition did they state when we finished 5th?

 

Just out of interest....

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If I were Ben Arfa or Cabaye I'd be looking for a move like. They are too good to be at a team positioning themselves to be competing with the likes of Fulham, West Brom and West Ham. Unless we can convince them were wanting to challenge the European places I think they'd have every right to be looking to move to another club who are.

It's all too reminiscent of the position we were in the the mid eighties when the club let Waddle, Beardsley and Gazza go without much fight.

It's a fairly depressing state of affairs that when you get crowds that are only bettered by Manure and Arsenal, we are still vunerable to the likes of Liverpool & Spurs coming in and taking our best players. But those clubs have ambitions that we only showed with our previous owners. It's a shame they sold out to Ashley rather than waiting for someone who wanted to have a successful football team.

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