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Once again our owners miss the boat 23:25 - Dec 27 with 837 viewscockneyswan

Bradley should have been sacked while Fat Sam was still available and then gone and got him, this would have surely guaranteed prem survival. Now we gonna have to settle for a lesser manager which will probably cost us our hard earned prem status. Crystal Palace don't mess about either with transfers or managers we should take a leaf from their book.
[Post edited 27 Dec 2016 23:31]
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Once again our owners miss the boat on 23:40 - Dec 27 with 790 viewslonglostjack

Yep but it's water under the bridge. Let's look to the future now it's only just begun !

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Once again our owners miss the boat on 23:44 - Dec 27 with 756 viewsporschejack

But maybe they did and FS said FO .
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Once again our owners miss the boat on 00:02 - Dec 28 with 695 viewscockneyswan

Once again our owners miss the boat on 23:44 - Dec 27 by porschejack

But maybe they did and FS said FO .


Yeah probably because big nose wanted to pay him in luncheon vouchers 😡
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Once again our owners miss the boat on 00:58 - Dec 28 with 620 viewsShonky

We talked to Sam last week. It was in the mail article. He told us to FRO.

Its just a ride...

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Once again our owners miss the boat on 01:04 - Dec 28 with 598 viewsjasper_T

I don't see that we would have ever paid his asking price.
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Once again our owners miss the boat on 01:26 - Dec 28 with 565 viewsDJack

Once again our owners miss the boat on 01:04 - Dec 28 by jasper_T

I don't see that we would have ever paid his asking price.


You mean mahoosive debt and "true" football suicide.

Personally I'd rather go straight to championship with no (little) debt and not filled with a team of mercenaries ( or a squad with massive voids left by money chasing mercenaries) and get a manager who can get us/rebuild towards promoted.

It is far better to grasp the universe as it really is than to persist in delusion, however satisfying and reassuring. - Carl Sagan

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