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Post  hairy cataract Thu 03 Jun 2021, 8:59 pm

Looking back now, it was a terrible appointment. He didn't have a fucking scooby about how to manage a team like ours, and Carlo and Brands are chalk and cheese in their approach to footie. Mosh wanted a big name, and it was a fuck-up, so I really hope he's not as thick as he seems, and he has no part in picking the next manager except to write the cheque and sign the contract.

Let Brands pick who he wants. Unless it's Eddie Howe, in which case they can all fuck off, I'm supporting Marine next season.

Oh, and Real can't afford Richarlison. Especially as they're probably going to get a ban from Europe this season, since they're still signed up to the Super League.
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Post  Rotterdam 1985 Thu 03 Jun 2021, 11:14 pm

hairy cataract wrote:Looking back now, it was a terrible appointment.  He didn't have a fucking scooby about how to manage a team like ours, and Carlo and Brands are chalk and cheese in their approach to footie. Mosh wanted a big name, and it was a fuck-up, so I really hope he's not as thick as he seems, and he has no part in picking the next manager except to write the cheque and sign the contract.  

Let Brands pick who he wants.  Unless it's Eddie Howe, in which case they can all fuck off, I'm supporting Marine next season.

Oh, and Real can't afford Richarlison.  Especially as they're probably going to get a ban from Europe this season, since they're still signed up to the Super League.

I think Marine might also be in for Eddie Howe actually.

Bad owners often make the same mistake over and over again until eventually they have to try something different, and sensible. So I agree with your first paragraph above except to say that he will have a hand in the decision, will probably pay Conte £15m a year to take over, and he'll leave after 14 months of smouldering and pouting while spewing some bollocks about "my work here is done" as he fucks off to PSG. Then we'll try Pellegrini, Mourinho, Allegri, Unai Emery, Dick Emery, Shirley Bassey* and at least four mad Germans before we finally give Big Dunc the gig. And the highest we'll finish during that period will be 8th.

So that is the question right now, for me. Despite the money, is Moshiri actually a shit owner? One of those fellas who thinks that if you can succeed in business you can succeed in football, just by throwing money at it?

*player-manager.
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Post  hairy cataract Fri 04 Jun 2021, 4:35 pm

Rotterdam 1985 wrote:
hairy cataract wrote:Looking back now, it was a terrible appointment.  He didn't have a fucking scooby about how to manage a team like ours, and Carlo and Brands are chalk and cheese in their approach to footie. Mosh wanted a big name, and it was a fuck-up, so I really hope he's not as thick as he seems, and he has no part in picking the next manager except to write the cheque and sign the contract.  

Let Brands pick who he wants.  Unless it's Eddie Howe, in which case they can all fuck off, I'm supporting Marine next season.

Oh, and Real can't afford Richarlison.  Especially as they're probably going to get a ban from Europe this season, since they're still signed up to the Super League.

I think Marine might also be in for Eddie Howe actually.

Bad owners often make the same mistake over and over again until eventually they have to try something different, and sensible. So I agree with your first paragraph above except to say that he will have a hand in the decision, will probably pay Conte £15m a year to take over, and he'll leave after 14 months of smouldering and pouting while spewing some bollocks about "my work here is done" as he fucks off to PSG. Then we'll try Pellegrini, Mourinho, Allegri, Unai Emery, Dick Emery, Shirley Bassey* and at least four mad Germans before we finally give Big Dunc the gig. And the highest we'll finish during that period will be 8th.

So that is the question right now, for me. Despite the money, is Moshiri actually a shit owner? One of those fellas who thinks that if you can succeed in business you can succeed in football, just by throwing money at it?

*player-manager.

Moshiri is that thick fat kid at school who's dad was rich but a bit dodgy, had the nice blazer not the polyester one from the second hand box, and cheated at cards during dinner break. WHen he left school his pops gave him a job in his business, and he spent all day coming up with fucking stupid plans that involved paying huge amounts of money to page 3 girls to "promote the brand" until eventually even his dad got fucked off and set up him on his own with a vanity business. That's Moshiri that is.
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Post  Da Judge Sat 05 Jun 2021, 1:34 am

hairy cataract wrote:
Rotterdam 1985 wrote:
hairy cataract wrote:Looking back now, it was a terrible appointment.  He didn't have a fucking scooby about how to manage a team like ours, and Carlo and Brands are chalk and cheese in their approach to footie. Mosh wanted a big name, and it was a fuck-up, so I really hope he's not as thick as he seems, and he has no part in picking the next manager except to write the cheque and sign the contract.  

Let Brands pick who he wants.  Unless it's Eddie Howe, in which case they can all fuck off, I'm supporting Marine next season.

Oh, and Real can't afford Richarlison.  Especially as they're probably going to get a ban from Europe this season, since they're still signed up to the Super League.

I think Marine might also be in for Eddie Howe actually.

Bad owners often make the same mistake over and over again until eventually they have to try something different, and sensible. So I agree with your first paragraph above except to say that he will have a hand in the decision, will probably pay Conte £15m a year to take over, and he'll leave after 14 months of smouldering and pouting while spewing some bollocks about "my work here is done" as he fucks off to PSG. Then we'll try Pellegrini, Mourinho, Allegri, Unai Emery, Dick Emery, Shirley Bassey* and at least four mad Germans before we finally give Big Dunc the gig. And the highest we'll finish during that period will be 8th.

So that is the question right now, for me. Despite the money, is Moshiri actually a shit owner? One of those fellas who thinks that if you can succeed in business you can succeed in football, just by throwing money at it?

*player-manager.

Moshiri is that thick fat kid at school who's dad was rich but a bit dodgy, had the nice blazer not the polyester one from the second hand box, and cheated at cards during dinner break.  WHen he left school his pops gave him a job in his business, and he spent all day coming up with fucking stupid plans that involved paying huge amounts of money to page 3 girls to "promote the brand" until eventually even his dad got fucked off and set up him on his own with a vanity business.  That's Moshiri that is.

H - as a friend I dearly hold in high esteem, might I implore you to liberally use the words "alleged/believed/understood allegedly) in your posts

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Post  hairy cataract Sat 05 Jun 2021, 10:58 am

Da Judge wrote:
hairy cataract wrote:
Rotterdam 1985 wrote:
hairy cataract wrote:Looking back now, it was a terrible appointment.  He didn't have a fucking scooby about how to manage a team like ours, and Carlo and Brands are chalk and cheese in their approach to footie. Mosh wanted a big name, and it was a fuck-up, so I really hope he's not as thick as he seems, and he has no part in picking the next manager except to write the cheque and sign the contract.  

Let Brands pick who he wants.  Unless it's Eddie Howe, in which case they can all fuck off, I'm supporting Marine next season.

Oh, and Real can't afford Richarlison.  Especially as they're probably going to get a ban from Europe this season, since they're still signed up to the Super League.

I think Marine might also be in for Eddie Howe actually.

Bad owners often make the same mistake over and over again until eventually they have to try something different, and sensible. So I agree with your first paragraph above except to say that he will have a hand in the decision, will probably pay Conte £15m a year to take over, and he'll leave after 14 months of smouldering and pouting while spewing some bollocks about "my work here is done" as he fucks off to PSG. Then we'll try Pellegrini, Mourinho, Allegri, Unai Emery, Dick Emery, Shirley Bassey* and at least four mad Germans before we finally give Big Dunc the gig. And the highest we'll finish during that period will be 8th.

So that is the question right now, for me. Despite the money, is Moshiri actually a shit owner? One of those fellas who thinks that if you can succeed in business you can succeed in football, just by throwing money at it?

*player-manager.

Moshiri is that thick fat kid at school who's dad was rich but a bit dodgy, had the nice blazer not the polyester one from the second hand box, and cheated at cards during dinner break.  WHen he left school his pops gave him a job in his business, and he spent all day coming up with fucking stupid plans that involved paying huge amounts of money to page 3 girls to "promote the brand" until eventually even his dad got fucked off and set up him on his own with a vanity business.  That's Moshiri that is.

H - as a friend I dearly hold in high esteem, might I implore you to liberally use the words "alleged/believed/understood allegedly)  in your posts

Ok, Moshiri is that thick fat kid at school who's dad was rich but a bit dodgy, and ALLEGEDLY had the nice blazer.... etc

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