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Re: I agree - I hate Kissball

PostPosted: Sun Mar 15, 2015 8:38 pm
by hippriest
Very refreshing to see Mourinnho come out and highlight the stone-waller penalty that main title rivals Man City didn't get against Burnley, going on to say that he's realised now that it isn't just his side that the refs have it in for.

What...you missed it? Yup, me too.

Re: I agree - I hate Kissball

PostPosted: Thu Mar 19, 2015 8:29 pm
by Laurie
Saints taken a bit of wrong dorection of late ... still up there though!

Up the Saints! Bring on Burnley!

Re: I agree - I hate Kissball

PostPosted: Sat Mar 21, 2015 9:15 pm
by hippriest
On the day that rugby has an excellent showcase with tries a-plenty and excellent refereeing with cutting edge technology to help........the wrong Albion defender is sent off after 3 minutes.

I despair, I really do. :(

Re: I agree - I hate Kissball

PostPosted: Sat Mar 21, 2015 9:17 pm
by Laurie
2:0 .... That'll do nicely.

Up the Saints.

Re: I agree - I hate Kissball

PostPosted: Tue May 19, 2015 9:59 pm
by hippriest
Loved it last night - 3-0 stuffing of Mourinho and I got a cut price ticket! Doesn't get better than that. :D :D :D

Re: I agree - I hate Kissball

PostPosted: Mon May 25, 2015 8:38 pm
by Laurie
So there we have it ... anyone on here lost money on betting the Saints to be relegated?

Koeman, 8th, 1st season, Europa if Arsenal win.

Who saw that coming!

Re: I agree - I hate Kissball

PostPosted: Thu May 28, 2015 5:37 pm
by hippriest
I wish everyone would just get of Sepp's case. I mean, he's fine upstanding gentlemen who obviously has the support of many people in the game, and outside it - including, evidently, the equally lovely Mr Putin. And who can honestly argue with that?

The guy's done such a lot of good - like bringing the world cup back home to that hotbed of football passion, Quatar, for example. Yeah, ok, there's a few logistical teething issues, but when isn't there tbh?

And, as if to prove his legitimacy, he's manfully addressing us today and giving re-assurances that he is the one to feel the hurt of all this kerfuffle most keenly - and, indeed, the one to captain the ship thru it all.

And I for one totally believe him.

Re: I agree - I hate Kissball

PostPosted: Thu May 28, 2015 7:17 pm
by mikey 69
hippriest wrote:I wish everyone would just get of Sepp's case. I mean, he's fine upstanding gentlemen who obviously has the support of many people in the game, and outside it - including, evidently, the equally lovely Mr Putin. And who can honestly argue with that?

The guy's done such a lot of good - like bringing the world cup back home to that hotbed of football passion, Quatar, for example. Yeah, ok, there's a few logistical teething issues, but when isn't there tbh?

And, as if to prove his legitimacy, he's manfully addressing us today and giving re-assurances that he is the one to feel the hurt of all this kerfuffle most keenly - and, indeed, the one to captain the ship thru it all.

And I for one totally believe him.



your unrefined sarcasm shines thru all of this like a beacon of light in the darkness !
please stand in direct opposition to Sep so we can applaud your defeat to the behemoth of integrity that is Blatter
(dis) respectfull mikey

Re: I agree - I hate Kissball

PostPosted: Thu May 28, 2015 9:51 pm
by hippriest
Hmmmm. Hippriest for president of FIFA? Now that would be some pay rise!

Apparently, Adrian Chiles was interviewing Greg Dyke (about the FA Cup) at the time the news broke - although Dyke chose his words carefully, our Ade was able to confirm that he was grinning like a Cheshire cat all the way thru the interview.

Mind you, you wouldn't bet against "Teflon" Blatter laughing last. And if that is the case, will the last one out of Footie Land please switch the lights off :( .