Football Banter Archive February 14 2012


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14 Feb 2012 23:03:06
Shane Long was in the away end at the derby game and wants to return to Reading on loan after becoming disillusioned with at WBA

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14 Feb 2012 22:43:04
looking for the future
whilshire (cdm) or spearing
young (lm)
rooney (cam) or whilshere
sturridge (st)
caroll (st) or rooney

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Chamberlain !!!

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Kelly & spearing? Another deluded scouse gem

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14 Feb 2012 22:28:42
beaten again by Swindon and same scoreline, shame dicannio was not on the bench as that may have given our manager time to slag him off.
Still a lot of games left however no more night like tonight please and we still need replacemnt for Tubbs

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Your team are a bunch of cheating bullies, you will probably get promoted, but that hoofball you play will not get you much further

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Beaten by a better team. you should get rid of Evans or get him to keep is mouth shut that could save is job and help him lose weight

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14 Feb 2012 21:47:18
Lets get someone in at Leeds before donny game. Redfern not up to the task. Leeds go down at lowly Coventry 2-1

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14 Feb 2012 21:40:08
need to get stuck into bates hate on saturday......the club are a laffin stock and uncle ken is takin all our pennies away with him. WAKE UP AND SMELL THE COFFEE

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14 Feb 2012 20:41:56
team for the summer

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rafael vertongen vidiv evra

valecia jones montolivio nani



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14 Feb 2012 19:49:51
Jordan for new wolves striking force, big up front. might even score now and then.

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14 Feb 2012 19:09:58
Reading have made an approach to Nottingham Forest for attacking midfielder Radosław Majewski. Reading would like the midfielder on loan with a view to a permanent £1m summer transfer.

Forest are rumoured to be interested in bringing Reading striker Simon Church in on loan as part of any loan deal for Radosław Majewski.

There is a queue of Reading supporters offering to drive Simon Church to Nottingham and are also prepared to chip in to make the deal a permanent one in July.

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14 Feb 2012 19:04:55
Reading Football Club are set to announce a partnership with Italian Seria A side Inter Milan.

The agreement will see fringe first team players from Inter Milan join Reading on loan deals, and players from Reading's successful youth academy go the other way for work experience and loans.

Reading are waiting on confirmation from the FA to upgrade their youth academy to Category A status, bringing it in line with the worlds top youth academy's, and Inter Milan are very keen to strike a partnership with the Championship club.

New majority owner and head of the new billionaire backers Thames Sports Investments, Anton Zingarevich, recently met with Manager Brian McDermott in Milan to discuss the take-over of the club, but to also discuss with a Milan representative the partnership of the two clubs, and the news was met with great enthusiasm.

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14 Feb 2012 14:40:28
Chelsea dont seem to know about the young strikers we want on loan,but we have young strikers of our own.What we need is an older striker.

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14 Feb 2012 11:02:29
Why is it that so many seem to think MM did such a good job? He has proved that he can get sides promoted but also proved that he can't take them to a secure position in the premiership. Wolves displays in the PL have been less than impressive for a long time, showing tippy tappy possession football that didn't reach a cutting edge. Recently they have been abismal. Two ranks of four, defence and midfield, dead square and twenty yards apart making them an easy target to run or pass through. Defenders that play as individuals with no cohesion between them, midfielders who stand and watch as soon as they lose the ball and attackers who show no skills of close control. All in all a complete lack of organisation making them sitting ducks for relegation. Hopefully someone will come in and teach them the benefits of footballing organisational skills and a bit of hard graft. Can you see O'Neill, Ferguson or Rednap tolerating what has been going on?

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Absolutely right the team set up has been amateurish to say the least a Sunday league side would have set up better than Wolves vs Albion. O'Hara should hang his head in shame, when he lost the ball he joined the spectators on the terraces.get real and show some fight and put some effort in!

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14 Feb 2012 09:25:32
Curbishley is 4/7 favourite to become the next Wolves manager. Bookies are very rarely wrong!! {Ed001's Note - bookies are mostly wrong, that is why the favourite has already changed 4 times.}

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14 Feb 2012 08:32:40
Wolves should hang their heads in shame, MM has kept you in the prem league when you should have gone down years ago, look at the money he has had compared to other clubs.. He should be loved at your club, but no, you now feel you are a big prem club, you aren't simple as....

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This is completely illogical, MM had money to spend and did it badly. He recruited a load of players when they were promoted most of whom didn't make the garde, then sold them at a loss or they haven't made the grade. His Tactics have been dreadful, I could have done better myself. He's gone and will never be a Premiership Manager, I hope Wolves have more ambition next time but I doubt it, the Board are too prepared to accept mediocrity on the field for a lot of money vis-a-vis O'Hara, Hunt and Johnson.

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