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Discussion in 'Bluemoon forum' started by FantasyIreland, 19 Mar 2017.
Lol,it really doesn't
Magnificent is a bit strong but it wasn't too bad a reply I suppose.
The game was sold out yesterday. You can't sell a seat that has already been sold. End of story.
There's bugger all the club can do if people don't turn up or watch on concourse TVs or heaven forbid stand at the back of blocks because they want to stay dry.
The wankers who leave with plenty of time remaining are another story and one that's been debated on here many times.
Pep was asked directly before one match about Nolito, I forget which one and he said words to the effect that it was because Sane had been so good.
I didn't think there were that many empty seats yesterday. Corporates will always have empty seats become some of them have more money than sense.
The amount of scousers in the colin bell level 3 was a joke and has been for the opposition all season time the club stopped selling tickets for evwry game in advance 6 at a time! Everyone buying a ticket should require a membership 1 ticket per membership!
I had a look on the OS about an hour before kick off and it appeared as though were still selling tickets unless this was the ticket exchange.
Just turned talkshite on and Danny Murphy said - "I thought the ref did alright but he missed the sterling one".
Well I suppose he did do alright Danny boy, the biased dipper dick.
Spidey cam used for the purpose of not one bloody repetition of each time the fucking lino waved like a girlie in a 1D gig. Cünt should shove his red flag up his arse. Anyways, bet you it was at least 5 on sides, just in the 1st half, for our lads about to a chance position in the pitch.
All in all good point rescued from the FA and media darlings.
I'll settle for those stats when he's settling into playing a new role. In his old role, he would have been more focused on scoring goals - predator in the box, but he's now more involved in the build up. Personally, I'd prefer to see him in the box more often. What about the seasons when he was injury ravaged, played about twelve games less than Kane and the rest and scored more ? To suggest we replace a player who is on track to score 30 for the season because he hasn't spread the goals as some would like is just nuts. Possibly taking him for granted. He's special because he does it year-in, year-out.