Sunday Supplement 17/18

Discussion in 'General football forum' started by city saint, 6 Aug 2017.

  1. Kinkys Left Foot

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    I wonder if she had made it obvious it was an "opinion piece" the hack on SS wouldn't have been so offended by it?
     
  2. Nascent Blues

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    Fuck me. They're actually admitting that we're not getting the positive column inches that we deserve.
     
  3. Ric

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    Blimey, Neil Ashton getting angry that we're not getting the credit we deserve for our current form. "If this was United it'd be all over the back pages...".
     
  4. discopop

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    Yeah but here’s the kicker we are small time
     
  5. lonestay

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    Wel after Neil Ashton's little faux outrage at our coverage in the press it turns out it's our fault for being successful !!!!
     
  6. bluelol

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    Exactly this where United stories are concerned, produce the news where it will get most read. I still believe that our owners are not interested in being the biggest but undoubtably the very best and for me that where the top stories will begin on success achieved. In the mean time ignore the media.
     
  7. bugsyblue

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    I think we are getting the praise we deserve but I’m glad it’s not over the top and most media aren’t predicting us to be the new invincibles etc. Let us quietly go about our work and keep winning.

    When/if we break a points total then they can write all the praise they want.
     
  8. discopop

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    It’s the first time they have actually admitted that story’s are placed for click bait, it’s very damning of our so called free press that they are actually not unbiased as they claim to be but are driven by ad revenue.
     
  9. adr2.8i

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    Nice for the supplement to confirm to the world that all that's important in the world today is click bait. United are the click bait kings of the world. They can keep that trophy forever as far as I'm concerned.
    I'm totally comfortable with us not being as big as United off the pitch at the moment. Id rather us do our talking to the world on the pitch thank you very much.
    I get my city fix through bluemoon so sod buying a newspaper or clicking on one of their links on the tinternet just too read about Pogbas new dance or zlatans a biological wonder for coming back from injury before he should have or Gashford is the best striker the UK has ever seen.
     
  10. TravisBickle

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    It’s pretty obvious if you ask me.
    Football and sport in general is all about money these days.
     

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