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Precious Things.

A thread dedicated to the inflated importance our heroes on the football attach to themselves.

So Jack Wiltshire has dedicated his goal to his son. Christ i don't know where to start with that one. Lets start with Christ. The existence and significance of Gods son can be debated for eternity but one thing i think we can be all sure of is that Jack Wiltshire is not Christ who wandered the land miracle working and dedicating his work to mankind.  A goal is not a miracle or anything else worthy of dedicating to anybody. It is merely one of thousands scored every week in a simple game of football. Get a grip you jumped up ponce, i think your son would appreciate something a little more important.
Grind

He should hold out for a Scalextric set.
sheeps

Pointing at the sky, exposing T shirts, kissing wrists, gets on my flickin nerves.

I love being grumpy me.
fartcatcher

I can't stand the way they all slide along on their f*chin' knees after scoring. Bet they spend hours practising on the training ground.
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Norwich Chairman giving Chris Hughton a pep talk

“We would not contemplate relegation at our football club,” he pointed out this week. “In a sporting sense, it is worse than death.”  

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/...legation-from-Premier-League.html
Grind

fartcatcher wrote:
I can't stand the way they all slide along on their f*chin' knees after scoring. Bet they spend hours practising on the training ground.


Something you'd never consider doing on the average football pitch for fear of "sliding" over broken glass and dog shite.

Always a big fan of the turning around and jogging back to the halfway line as if nothing had happened, me.
Grind

Having said that, I don't think I've scored an outdoor eleven-a-side goal in open play for almost a year and the last penalty kick I took is still in orbit.

* Prepares to get carpet burns on his knees. *
Frazier Cranium

I was the most capped player for our Sunday Combo League team, usually defence, and I scored about a dozen goals in my 'career'.  The thrill of scoring my first ever goal is still something I remember, nearly 30 years later

BTW I was always crap
Grind

Oh, I'm definitely crap, but I do still like to pretend that the bloke walking his dog is an undercover scout.  
fartcatcher

I only ever scored three goals in my 'sporting' career. However, as a result of this, i have near perfect recollection of each one.

Score too many and the memories all merge into one.
fartcatcher

Nice to see the twat Anelka getting a kicking off the FA. Not sure whether or not he's a racist, but if he chooses to acknowledge his deeply unfunny mate when scoring a goal rather than the fans who pay his wages then bollocks to him.

Surprised that West Brom haven't dealt with it more decisively as they are generally a well run club. Pretty dumb decision to do nothing, particularly as their shirt sponsor is Jewish and has now, unsurprisingly, decided to pull the plug at the end of the season.

Maybe they'll get Hugo Boss or UKIP next year.

I think a lot of managers, despite what they say in public, encourage totally over the top celebrations - rubbing their opponents noses in the dirt, as it were.
Same thing prevalent in cricket, where the taking of each wicket is celebrated like they had won the Ashes.
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Poor Yaya's very upset that City have showed him no respect by merely wishing him happy birthday on twitter and not festooned him with myrrh, frankincense and Ferraris.

Great player but...... *shakes head*
Dock

Watched the FA Cup final and was shocked at how many foreign players played and were substituted in this great Institution of BRITISH football. Fucking joke, and as for Greg Dyke and all those other unelected knobbers who all the fans let ride roughshod over the sport they are so 'Passionate'* about with all that babakaka about bringing on English kids in the game etc etc, it's a measure that's fifteen years too late. It's all knackers. Them that make the rules and them that follow this wanky modern era of football are all knackerknobs. Knackers, all of it.

* All these self-titled 'passionate' fans wouldn't know real passion if it came up and introduced itself to them with the opening line:"Hello, I'm passion".
fartcatcher

Never mind, we'll see how good our English players are in the World Cup.  
Grind

fartcatcher wrote:
Never mind, we'll see how good our English players are in the World Cup.  


Yes. I suspect we will.

The useless knackerknobs.  

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