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PTBob
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re: Premier League, Boxing Day 2012


Everyone hates a winner. just comes off as jealousy really.





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WarSlamEagle
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MrPackSix
LSU Fan
Lakeview
Member since Oct 2009
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re: Premier League, Boxing Day 2012


SIAP

Spurs Starting XI: Lloris, Walker, Gallas, Vertonghen, Naughton, Sandro, Dembele, Lennon, Bale, Adebayor & Defoe






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Harry Caray
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Bho, you see Ashley Cole clear the ball over his own crossbar in stoppage time from about 4-5 yards out. What kind of moose balls/brains does it take to pull that move off?


dammit cole






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WarSlamEagle
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re: Premier League, Boxing Day 2012


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Bho, you see Ashley Cole clear the ball over his own crossbar in stoppage time from about 4-5 yards out. What kind of moose balls/brains does it take to pull that move off?

Are you serious? Wow.






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RandySavage
Member since May 2012
7341 posts

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Everyone hates a winner. just comes off as jealousy really.


I don't think there is anyone who doesn't respect what he has done. That said, he's still a bitch way too often.




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McRebel42
Ole Miss Fan
North Mississippi Hollywood
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re: Premier League, Boxing Day 2012


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TFTC


quote:

ManUre player I kinda, maybe like...








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Bho
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The Good Ol' US of fricking A
Member since Dec 2007
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re: Premier League, Boxing Day 2012


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Bho, you see Ashley Cole clear the ball over his own crossbar in stoppage time from about 4-5 yards out. What kind of moose balls/brains does it take to pull that move off?



It didn't look like he was in front of goal. Couldn't see well on my grainy feed. I love how PTBob is talking shite when I said it was a fair result. WSE, I did hear him rightfully rip Newcastle's coaches as well.

Also, FSC is so desperate to find highlights in the Chelsea match they show Holt miss a 1v1 on Cech and said that has to go in. Booo, bad shot.....totally ignoring that he was flagged for offsides and our defenders quit running before he took the shot.






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PTBob
Southern Miss Fan
Ocean Springs, MS
Member since Nov 2010
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re: Premier League, Boxing Day 2012


His mind games can be over the top, but they are nothing of not entertaining. To me at least.





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WarSlamEagle
South Alabama Fan
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Member since Sep 2011
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His mind games can be over the top, but they are nothing of not entertaining. To me at least.

I enjoy them, too. It's like the quote from my sig pic. There's no way he believes half of the stuff he says.

It irritates other fans and I enjoy that.






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thenry712
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There's a fine line between Ferguson's "delightful" mind games and his badgering of officials. He gets away with a good bit more than every manager in the world. Even Mourinho gets banned for his moronic conspiracy theory diatribes.





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TFTC
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New Orleans, LA
Member since May 2010
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More reminiscent of the "mind games" Bobby Knight used to use... some may call it bullying...





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RandySavage
Member since May 2012
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There's a fine line between Ferguson's "delightful" mind games and his badgering of officials


Yup. If you're going to be that way you have to at least be clever i.e. a Spurrier or Mourinho. Ferguson just says dumb stuff and cries about the officials wayyyy too much. Especially considering how often they are the beneficiary of dubious decisions from said officials.






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Gmorgan4982
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COYS!!





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HumbleNinja
Michigan Fan
Ann Arbor
Member since Jan 2011
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If we can't get 3 points today, AVB seriously needs to reconsider the striker approach.

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COYS!!






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SwaggerCopter
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Aggieland
Member since Dec 2012
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I already have a bad feeling about this one! COYS! SGYS (score goals you Spurs)!





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BobLoblaw
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Mar 2011
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re: Premier League, Boxing Day 2012


Richard Dunne is the last thing Villa needs right now. Vlaar is who we are missing at the back. We also need a left back.





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SwaggerCopter
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Aggieland
Member since Dec 2012
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I know the Spurs need a bigger forward with Defoe out there, but Adebayor has just looked lost lately. Every good ball in the air has been played to Defoe (sometimes inches over his head) with Adebayor picking his nose in the background.





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SwaggerCopter
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Aggieland
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re: Premier League, Boxing Day 2012


Great ball! Horrible touch by Defoe. He killed his angle...





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BobLoblaw
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Mar 2011
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re: Premier League, Boxing Day 2012


Clear foul but I don't mind the ref telling a player to get up when he starts going down before the contact is made.





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