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Keano’s Tractor Boys crushed by Scouse juggernaut. Toon 4 – 0 Ipswich.

Posted on September 27th, 2009 | 54 Comments |

Kevin Nolan takes his ball home.
Kevin Nolan takes his ball home.
Firstly of course, this game will be remembered as a time when Ipswich paid tribute to the great Sir Bobby Robson and renamed the north stand of Portman Road in his honour. Lady Elsie Robson and her sons, Andrew and Paul were in attendance for the ceremony. Also, both teams wore special, commemorative kits for the game, and a musical tribute of Frank Sinatra’s ‘My Way’ was held during the half time break in what was a moving event for both sets of fans.

On the game itself, Merseyside hit squad, Kevin Nolan and Ryan Taylor came up trumps once again as Newcastle United eventually cruised to a 4 – 0 win at Portman Road, including a debut hat-trick for Nolan. Though there were times when he looked like a certain number 9 as he combined opportunism, strength, and good finishing, Ipswich certainly made it alot easier than it should have been with some pretty awful defending at times. This gave Toon in general, and Nolan particular more than enough space to play the game that they wanted. Ryan Taylor also added to the total with a superbly taken free kick for the third, along with some excellent mortar fire, creating several opportunities around the Ipswich goal.

Ipswich’s attack was pretty awful too generally. Being seemingly terrified to crack one off in the box, they had very few chances overall. The midfield were poor too, though perhaps not quite as bad as the rest, they were bullied by a no nonsense Magpie mid section full of enforcers including captain, Alan ‘Slasher’ Smith, who wasted no time rolling his sleeves up and getting stuck into some raw meat as usual.

However, in the first half hour, before the first goal went in on around 29 minutes, it seemed like it might have been a slightly different game. Though Newcastle were nearly always domninant overall, Ipswich seemed to be completely deflated by the first strike, a Nolan header off a Ryan Taylor free kick. From that point, the Magpies then proceeded to rip Town apart like a juicy worm, with two further goals from the Merseyside assassins in four or five minutes of pure blitzkrieg. Less than two minutes after the first goal, Nolan struck again, connecting with a nice Carroll lob and taking advantage of more space generously provided by the Ipswich defence. Another beatifully taken Taylor free kick shortly after that did not require Nolan’s head this time, sailing just beyond the reach of Ipswich goalkeeper Richard Wright from around 25 yards.

In the second half, Ipswich had a bit of a ‘second wind’, no doubt after a bit of a talking to from Roy Keane in the dressing room. However it didn’t last for long, less than five minutes in fact. Nolan once again knocked the stuffing out of them as he completed his first hat-trick in the 50th minute. Young prospect, Nile Ranger, also had a good headed chance from a buildup including new Georgian, Zurab Khizanishvili. He charged down the flank and laid off to the seemingly omnipresent Ryan Taylor, who in turn picked up a sloppily marked Ranger in the area, forcing a good save from the Ipswich ‘keeper.

By this stage of course, the match was a formality, and manager, Chris Hughton decided to save some key legs and give some others a bit of experience, most notably, new on loan battering ram, Marlon Harewood. He took the chance to do a bit of gentle settling in, and showed bit of something to look forward to one occaision when he casually brushed off two Ipswich defenders to have a stab at Wright’s goal. Although as mentioned previously, they weren’t having the best of days though, and didn’t offer him too much resistance.

Other notes:

Carroll, like sub, Ranger, had a decent, though ultimately fruitless spell at the cutting edge, providing good support for the midfield hit squad. Zurab Khizanishvili also looks like a good loan move on Hughton’s part.

Toon made quite a strong defensive performance, however it wasn’t perfect against frankly toothless opposition. There were some instances of slight over eloboration close to goal from the more ‘continental’ style defenders, Enrique and Coloccini. But to their credit, they recovered from their mistakes admirably, and Enrique has undoubtedly been a real asset to the squad in recent times, including in this game. Collocini continues to settle in a more forgiving division and seems to be much better in the air recently, possibly using his mighty perm to lash opponents into submission and obscure their vision? :-)

Teams

Newcastle United

1) Harper, 16) R Taylor (Donaldson 78), 13) Khizanishvili, 2) Coloccini (Lovendkrands 68), 3) Enrique, 27) S Taylor, 22) Butt, 4) Nolan 30) Ranger (Harewood 65) 17) Smith 24) Carroll.

Ipswich Town

1) Wright, 15) Balkestein, 22) Rosenior, 5) Bruce, 17) Colback, 6) Leadbitter, 23) Edwards, 36) Trotter, 3) Delaney, 19) Walters, 16) Priskin.

Referee: M.Jones.

Venue / Attendance: Portman Road, Ipswich. 27,059.

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54 Responses

  1. Highlights for me were:

    The tributes to Sir Bobby Robson

    Putting a smile on Sir Alan Shearer’s face as he was able to wax lyrical as a studio pundit about his beloved United

    4 cracking goals and a very professional performance

    Seeing Ranger and Carroll up front – the future!

    Getting a result like this with only 10 men – cos Butt was crap as usual

    The chant after the second and third goals of “you fat cockney B@rstard, get out of our club…..

    The “Shearer give us a wave” chant…..

  2. Great result know problem. Colo seems to get away with his mistakes in the fizzy pop league. If that happened in the prem we would get punished.
    Glad he used 4,4,2 it worked well imo. Great to see Nolan take the ball home. All together really happy.
    Best defence in the league!!!!!!!!:-)

  3. Our fans yesterday were/are disgusting.

    Chanting “Get out of our club…..” etc etc

    No wonder Ashley looked miserable – felt sorry for him.

  4. To be honest, even I was surprised that we celebrated the second and third goals with that chant. It just seemed a bit weird.

    Good overall performance but again the opposition offered nowt. The two lads upfront are really refreshing. Hands up, I wasn’t keen on Carroll originally but I’m warming to him (I’m sure that’s very important to him :) ).

    I thought the tributes and the occasion were fitting and it was a great moment, if a little sad for everyone.

    Let us not forget in the aftermath of a good game, what an absolute lemon Mark Bright is. I trust he has to pay them to cover the games? Gives commentators a bad name.

    Time to bask in the eu-4-ria!

  5. 4 Stardust says:
    September 27, 2009 at 10:50 am
    Our fans yesterday were/are disgusting.

    Chanting “Get out of our club…..” etc etc

    No wonder Ashley looked miserable – felt sorry for him

    well i wouldnt say i feel sorry for him but there was no need for the chant when he is trying his best to get out of the club though admittadly it is quite catchy

  6. Ashley was sitting there like Billy No Mates…..maybe all those millions can’t buy you friends……unless you count night club slappers of course…

    If he had to be there…couldn’t he have had the decency to put a suit and tie on and smarten himself up – like all the other club dignitaries, as a mark of respect for Sir Bobby?

  7. Stardust – dont be so soft man. You reap what you sew.
    and besides, he doesn’t listen. Ashley has brought the bad feeling towards him, upon himself through his horrendous mismanagement of the club.
    As paying customers of the club, we have a right to express our feelings. If you dont like it, TOUGH.
    What are you objecting about?
    “get out of wor club”……thats what we want
    “”fat cockney bastad”……fact.
    Cant see a problem myself ;)

  8. Stardust says:
    September 27, 2009 at 10:50 am
    Our fans yesterday were/are disgusting.

    Chanting “Get out of our club…..” etc etc

    No wonder Ashley looked miserable – felt sorry for him.

    Ashley did look miserable didn’t he?

    He looked like he had just sold a big premier league bound club for a quid!

    You reap what you sow I’m afraid.

  9. Oh and I must add I am one of Ashley’s biggest critics if nobody has noticed but I seen him yesterday looking very glum when we were three nil up I did feel a bit sorry for him at that moment.

    Although I shouldn’t feel sorry for a man that has just won £100,000 on one spin of a roulette wheel.

  10. Forget Ashley. What about Houghton? Come on man celebrate once in a while. I really don’t know why so many mags have it in for him! We are top of the table and people are still expecting him to be replaced if the sale goes through. Give the man the job. At least for this season, he deserves it.

  11. Stardust says:
    September 27, 2009 at 10:50 am
    Our fans yesterday were/are disgusting.

    Chanting “Get out of our club…..” etc etc

    No wonder Ashley looked miserable – felt sorry for him.
    <<<<lol get out of our club !!!!!!!!!!! ha ha ha

  12. Mebbe Ashley was just watching Butt? It was that painful!

    If they’d put a player-cam on our glorious Cap’n it would have switched itself off to conserve the battery. He was miles off the pace, I dunno how the otherwise astute Hughton fails to notice his lack of effectiveness? ‘Smudger’ tends to make him look better than what he is, but when Smith’s out the team old ‘Butty’ is a dawdling liabilty.

    Loan him out to West Brom or Boro…

  13. Stardust says:
    September 27, 2009 at 10:50 am
    Our fans yesterday were/are disgusting.
    <<<<< stardust these are the same fans who support our club through thick and thin and put more money into the club than any 1 most probaly never miss a game and travel every where with them so i suppose they are allowed to sing what they want yet you stil slag our most loyal supporters hang your head in shame lad

  14. Beardsleys Boots says:
    September 27, 2009 at 11:36 am

    ”fat cockney bastad”……fact.

    To be fair Pedro, it isn’t “fact”. Ashley wasn’t born in London, he wasn’t brought up in London and he doesn’t live in London, though he could lose a few pounds perhaps. :-) The real “Cockney bastard” at SJP is that dodgy barrow boy, Chris Hughton from Stratford.

  15. batty says:
    September 27, 2009 at 1:11 pm

    “<<<<< stardust these are the same fans who support our club through thick and thin and put more money into the club than any 1" Aye batty, mostly on pies by look of some of 'em! :-)

  16. ‘Get out of our club, get out of ourrrrrr cluubbb, you fat bas*ard, get out of our club!’

    Is that more factual Worky?

  17. Stuart79 says:
    September 27, 2009 at 4:00 pm

    “‘Get out of our club, get out of ourrrrrr cluubbb, you fat bas*ard, get out of our club!’

    Is that more factual Worky?”

    Stuart, quite a few of the people singing it were even fatter bas*ards!

  18. Stardust says: September 27, 2009 at 10:50 am
    “Our fans yesterday were/are disgusting.

    Chanting “Get out of our club…..” etc etc

    No wonder Ashley looked miserable – felt sorry for him.”

    Stardust, I can understand your need to take the contrary stance (to mark yourself out from the common herd) but WTF? I couldn’t have been PROUDER of them and their display of controlled passion. They broke the opposition with their glorious chorus, shook the rafters of Portman Road with their spectacular lungs and displayed particular acumen in lauding Alan Smith. I’m sure I saw Smudger’s chest puff out a couple of extra inches when his name rang out. All you can do is carp on about “Poor Mike”…have a good look around that “Ivory Tower” mate, if it has a mirror in it take a good look in it….that’s what a berk looks like, in case you were wondering.

    Ashley looked like a man who’d lost a tenner and found a quid, instead; and so he should. Through his own ignorant mismanagement of this club he’s cost HIMSELF millions. The statement he made, at the end of the season, was fairly unequivocal in it’s condemnation OF HIM. How can you feel “sorry” for a creature like that.

  19. Excelsior says:
    September 27, 2009 at 5:20 pm

    “How can you feel “sorry” for a creature like that.”

    Excelsior, dehumaising people out of hatred and bigotry, referring to them as “creatures” (ugh), kind of says more about yourself than it does about Ashley. When he apologises for his errors, you use tham as another stick to beat him with, so basically there’s no way he can win. I pity you and your small world of blind hatred. I really do.

  20. worky ashley deserves no sympathies he made all this shite happen, not the fans not kk but him,he was the man in charge and he let us all down.

  21. hitman says:
    September 27, 2009 at 5:43 pm

    “worky ashley deserves no sympathies”

    Maybe, maybe not hitman.

    But when people start referring to other people as “creatures” and “that”, implying that they are somehow less than human and never deserving of any sympathy, that’s the wrong road to go down, no matter what the argument is about. Using someones apology for their mistakes as another means of condemning them is also wrong too, and shows more poverty of the spirit.

  22. Worky. I wouldn’t want your pity wasted on me…save it for your parishioners. You and Stardust are a pretty pair with your lofty morals, condescending attitudes and handy dictionaries.

    I invest my love, and respect, in people who are demonstrably worthy of it….in my eyes Mike simply hasn’t demonstrated he’s worthy of it, simple really.

    It is not bigotry to take a reasoned stance against those who would destroy something you’ve spent your life cherishing. If anything, the contrary stance displays a level of spinelessness that is a little disheartening to say the least.

    You’ve set your hand against me from the very outset, for valid reasons (according to you) and that is fine; life is seldom a popularity contest. But FYI: I do not live in an angry, insular world, quietly fuming at perceived injustices. Far from it, I embrace the marvelous variety of life, in all it’s dizzying wonder…the cornucopia of existence, if you will.

    My views, while grotesque to you, do not seek your approval, blessing or permission. That they are commonly held makes them no less important than yours. In your opinion Mike Ashley is a noble saviour cruelly undermined by an ignorant uncaring fanbase. In my opinion he is a loathsome, underhand, liar who sought to make a quick killing on a gullible, vulnerable club….who then cried foul, when it all backfired on him. The key word there is OPINION….”That which is opined; a notion or conviction founded on probable evidence; belief stronger than impression, less strong than positive knowledge; settled judgment in regard to any point of knowledge or action.”

    I’ll continue to butt heads with you (and Stardust) as long as you’ll allow me to.

    Excelsior out!

  23. Excelsior says:
    September 27, 2009 at 6:24 pm

    “In your opinion Mike Ashley is a noble saviour cruelly undermined by an ignorant uncaring fanbase.”

    When did I say that, Excelsior? Never. But you’re dishonest, so you are trying to make people beleive that I did.

    I actually agree that Ashley has made some awful decisions while running the club. However that doesn’t mean I want to dehumanise him, or take some kind of bizarre pleasure at every misfortune he and the club have. That’s just for the nasty, the vindictive and the prejudiced, and goes way too far.

  24. I too am of the opinion that Ashley wanted to make a quick buck and it’s back fired.

    Only problem is it’s only the fans who suffer.

    Money is material – Relegation for a football fan is absolutely shattering, for a city finacially it’s disasterous and for the people who lose their jobs as a direct consequence of relegation unbearable.

    Miked Ashley and his ‘friends’ should hang their heads in shame.

  25. Our current owner neither warrants nor expects sympathy, for he will be but a mere footnote in the history of NUFC, such is the transient nature of the beast.

    “What is a club in any case? Not the buildings or the directors, or the people who are paid to represent it. It’s not the television contracts, get-out clauses, marketing departments. It’s the noise, the passion, the feeling of belonging, the pride in your city.”

    The man behind such words of wisdom? Sir Bobby Robson, no less.

  26. Excelsior

    I dont take my stance to be contrary. I believe in it. Its far easier to take your view – which is formed on rumour, myth and lies, ignorance of the actions and subsequent consequence of the many.

    You use “It is not bigotry to take a reasoned stance against those who would destroy something you’ve spent your life cherishing.”

    Put simply there is no reasoned stance to have your view – objective posters form views on real evidence – those of your view – just needs a new “Ashleys in it for profit” nonsense to surf along the next passing wave of bile.

    Like I said – many of our fans disgust me – they look like the hideous pack hunting and hating morons they really are.

  27. ShiverMeTimbre says:
    September 27, 2009 at 8:36 pm

    “The man behind such words of wisdom? Sir Bobby Robson, no less.”

    Yes Shiver, but I couldn’t imagine him shouting “Fat Cockney bastard, get out of our club” at a memorial game though. That’s because he was a dignified gentleman, not a retarded boor.

  28. ShiverMeTimbre

    “It’s the noise, the passion, the feeling of belonging, the pride in your city”

    Thats my point – our fans show our club to full of hideous hate filled morons – it saddens me – but there again – maybe thats what our club is now.

  29. Stardust says:
    September 27, 2009 at 8:52 pm

    I dont take my stance to be contrary. I believe in it. Its far easier to take your view – which is formed on rumour, myth and lies, ignorance of the actions and subsequent consequence of the many.

    I will list a few moronic decisions of your sugar daddy:

    Buying the club without due dilligence.

    Sacking Alladyce after ten games because he didn’t like him!

    Thinking he had Harry Redknapp lined up as a gimme when clearly he didn’t have.

    Choosing Keegan to return – Clearly a panic move due to Redknapp seeing the icebergs ahead under Ashley.

    Backing a DOF over his manager – Causing the Keegangate debacle.

    Putting the club up for sale at the first sign of trouble – Leader?

    Appointing Kinnear on a month to month basis.

    Failing to act and appoint a manager when Kinnear fell ill.

    I haven’t even gone into the lack of investment in the first team, I’ll leave that for another debate.

    All of the above resulted in the club being relegated, Ashley was responsible for all the moronic decisions.

    They are FACTS – Not rumour, myth or lies.

    Undissputed facts that nobody can argue with.

    That is my summary on how the club are where they are.

    PS Did I mention appointing Llambias?

    Nuff said!

  30. workyticket says:
    September 27, 2009 at 9:01 pm

    Yes Shiver, but I couldn’t imagine him shouting “Fat Cockney bastard, get out of our club” at a memorial game though. That’s because he was a dignified gentleman, not a retarded boor.

    Now who’s dehumanising?

  31. The salient point remains Worky, it all comes down to the supporters when all is said and done. Whether you agree or disagree at times with the majority stance, so be it. Some are disgusted by the hatred shown towards Ashley, others similarly disgusted at the veneration of the man.

    Stardust, you’re neither right nor wrong, you merely express an opinion, which holds the same weight as anyone elses, no more, no less. Democracy, folks.

  32. Aye Stuart, he should have listened to the fans who hated Keegan and deperately wanted him to keep Allardyce. He should have done due diligence, then walked away without pumping over £100 million into the club, leaving us with the much loved Fat Freddy, little Dougie and their leveraged debt mountain. He should have listened to the fans who were begging him to keep the club and not put it up for sale.

  33. Stardust, you do realise (for the record, I felt the chant was ill-timed given the circumstances surrounding the game) that by continually deriding the NUFC support, by proxy you are insulting yourself? You are, after all, a Newcastle United fan, no?

    Let’s leave the stereotypical labelling guff to the likes of Rod Liddle.

  34. ShiverMeTimbre says:
    September 27, 2009 at 9:13 pm

    “Some are disgusted by the hatred shown towards Ashley, others similarly disgusted at the veneration of the man.”

    Shiver, even Stardust doesn’t “venerate” Ashley! :-)

    This whole idea that people who may blame Ashley for some mistakes, but not seek to blame him for absolutely everything out of blind hatred are somehow his acolytes is mistaken, and frankly, silly. Of course lumping all fans into the same basket is also silly too. Generalisation almost always results in error and irrationality, whatever side of the fence it is on.

  35. Well, let’s settle far those with sympathy for Mr. Ashley, at least!

    My personal take on it is this: he came in with good intentions, but due to a combination of unfortunate events, errors and bad timing, it just hasn’t worked out. The worst mistake he made was bringing in Lliambias, who in his designated role has been nothing short of hapless.

    In short, Ashley’s far from blameless, but is hardly the devil incarnate as portrayed in some quarters. Besides, there’s a corpulent swine who happened to leave this club in an almighty mess who is far more deserving of the supporter’s ire in my opinion.

  36. Stuart79 says:
    September 27, 2009 at 9:10 pm

    “That’s because he was a dignified gentleman, not a retarded boor.

    Now who’s dehumanising?”

    Eh? I don’t understand your point, Stuart?

  37. Shiver – I agree with you at 43.

    I also cede that the over generalisations which I use to describe a large contingent of fans – do not apply to everyone.

    I am just saddened they acted as they did yesterday. Even SBR – who this match was in honour of – stated Ashley was not a bad man. Yet they chose his day to, I believe, shame our name yet again.

  38. ShiverMeTimbre says:
    September 27, 2009 at 9:48 pm

    “My personal take on it is this: he came in with good intentions, but due to a combination of unfortunate events, errors and bad timing, it just hasn’t worked out. The worst mistake he made was bringing in Lliambias, who in his designated role has been nothing short of hapless.

    In short, Ashley’s far from blameless, but is hardly the devil incarnate as portrayed in some quarters. Besides, there’s a corpulent swine who happened to leave this club in an almighty mess who is far more deserving of the supporter’s ire in my opinion.”

    Very roughly, that’s how I feel too, Shiver. Though I do beleive that beyond mere “good intentions” he has done some good things for the club in amongst the bad. Stuff like putting back some of the money that Fat Freddy and the Hall’s drained from the coffers, and the bairn’s development programme that has been sadly interrupted by recent events.

  39. Stardust, I concur it was indeed ill-timed given the nature of the occasion. Playing devils advocate though, you could argue they had travelled by-and-large a great distance and spent time and money to be there.

    Barring that, I felt the day was generally a very fitting tribute to a noble, dignified and universally respected gentleman in Sir Bobby. Cap doffed to Ipswich Town football club.

  40. Worky: Re: Your point at 30.

    Here’s how it works. When you see these marks ” ” around something, that means I’m quoting you directly. If you don’t see them that means I’m not…I’m merely attempting a summation of your many points….you didn’t see those marks around that phrase did you? Your, slightly paranoid, tone is more worrying….I’m trying to make people think that’s what you said? Who am I Derren Brown? Hysteria isn’t your colour, kidda. These are only opinions we’re hurling around here.

    Stardust: My views are founded in ignorance, rumour and myth, are they? What are yours then…stone tablets? You have no more insight into this situation than I, you merely adopt a sniffy tone and claim ownership of the truth. A little churlish, don’t you think? You’ll be using the “Liar,liar, pants on fire” bit next!

    Reading Bowburnmag’s piece I am bound to agree that attacking Ashley, and the use of expletives, had no place at a game played with Sir Bobby Robson at it’s heart. He was too fine a man to conscience to anything like that himself. What he would’ve felt, had he been alive to see it, no one but Lady Elsie could say…with any certainty.

    However, surely anyone can see where those chants came from. The heartbreak, the agony and despair that spawned them has been festering at this club for years. Pain like that needs an outlet somewhere…where else but the terraces. I’m sure some of the fans involved feel as if they let the occasion down a little in doing that but…for God’s sake… haven’t we taken enough?

    How many times does this idiot have to slap us in the face before we’ve no more cheeks to turn? I yearn for the day when this regime is a footnote in the history of this fantastic club. The day when we can emerge as a “Football Club” again, rather than a “Three Ring Circus”. The day when pride (true pride, not the embattled, face saving rhetoric we’ve barked of late) can once again be heard thundering through the halls of St. James’ Park. When that day comes, and come it shall, it will be worth every suffering second of every desperate minute in every fretted hour, in the life of every Toon fan…who ever lived. On that day, ladies and gentlemen, we will be reborn into a world of peace, unity and freedom that only our dreams have shown us thus far. On that day we will be….Newcastle UNITED.

  41. Excelsior says:
    September 28, 2009 at 12:14 am

    “When you see these marks ” ” around something, that means I’m quoting you directly. If you don’t see them that means I’m not…I’m merely attempting a summation of your many points”

    No, Excelsior. Here’s how it works. You don’t want to refute my actual argument, so you present a ludicrously distorted version and shoot that down instead. It’s a boring old ploy, a logical fallacy, a “Straw Man”. You’ve done it several times before as well, not just with myself. It doesn’t work. ;-)

  42. workyticket says:
    September 28, 2009 at 12:27 am

    Is this really all you can find in that post, to hit me with? That happens to be an actual fact, the rest of it was just “Tubthumping”.

    So my “ludicrously distorted” version of your “ludicrously distorted” version of events is wrong? I’m manufacturing a “Paper Tiger”, to publicly destroy…in order to play out some half-baked idea of personal aggrandisement?

    I’ve issues in my life, same as anyone, but insecurity isn’t one of them.

    I was invited, by BBM (and I think that may be the source of your issue with me) to contribute my OPINIONS…I’m doing so.

    As I said “Hysteria” isn’t a good look for you.

  43. workyticket says:
    September 27, 2009 at 9:18 pm

    Freddie Shepherd was lambasted for years for listening to the fans.

    It’s ridiculous to suggest he listemed to the fans and brought KK back. If he has listened to te fans he would of appointed Shearer not KK.

    As for sacking Alladyce – He sacked him because he didn’t like him, not because te fans wanted him out. His last game against Stoke away the fans were chanting his name. I don’t recall any Alladyce out chants.

    This club and the supporters need a strong leader not someone who will do the wrong things to appease supporters and run at the first sign of trouble.

  44. “Stardust: My views are founded in ignorance, rumour and myth, are they? What are yours then…stone tablets? You have no more insight into this situation than I”

    Yes – I rely on fact, timing and realities to draw my conclusions – not “years” of ill feeling.

    Objectivity v Lashing out.

  45. Stuart79 says:
    September 28, 2009 at 9:43 am (Edit)
    workyticket says:
    September 27, 2009 at 9:18 pm

    “It’s ridiculous to suggest he listemed to the fans and brought KK back. If he has listened to te fans he would of appointed Shearer not KK.”

    Yes it is Stuart, but I never wrote that. Why are you trying to suggest that I did?

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