Gonzo & the Messiah

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Gonzo & the Messiah

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I was going to IKEA today. But I went yesterday as I fancied some meatballs. So twiddling my thumbs I watched the cringe-worthy offering our Fuhrer offered in praise of the tartan Tony Pulis.

Well, I'm warming to the bloke. A bit.

But Pep he ain't.

And he won't be so loved-up when he turns up at his front door in full hunting tartan, bottle of Auld McChenicchies single malt in a brown paper bag clutched tightly in his fist and singing 'Ye tek the high road an' I'll tek the low road an' I'll be in Burnley afore ye' in full voice at 2 in the morning.


So there.
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palerider wrote: Mon Jul 20, 2020 9:26 am I was going to IKEA today. But I went yesterday as I fancied some meatballs. So twiddling my thumbs I watched the cringe-worthy offering our Fuhrer offered in praise of the tartan Tony Pulis.

Well, I'm warming to the bloke. A bit.

But Pep he ain't.

And he won't be so loved-up when he turns up at his front door in full hunting tartan, bottle of Auld McChenicchies single malt in a brown paper bag clutched tightly in his fist and singing 'Ye tek the high road an' I'll tek the low road an' I'll be in Burnley afore ye' in full voice at 2 in the morning.


So there.
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palerider wrote: Mon Jul 20, 2020 9:26 am I was going to IKEA today. But I went yesterday as I fancied some meatballs. So twiddling my thumbs I watched the cringe-worthy offering our Fuhrer offered in praise of the tartan Tony Pulis.

Well, I'm warming to the bloke. A bit.

But Pep he ain't.

And he won't be so loved-up when he turns up at his front door in full hunting tartan, bottle of Auld McChenicchies single malt in a brown paper bag clutched tightly in his fist and singing 'Ye tek the high road an' I'll tek the low road an' I'll be in Burnley afore ye' in full voice at 2 in the morning.


So there.
Cringeworthy indeed .

Public opinion seems to be changing on the back of a couple of victories against 2 Championship standard teams and a dreadful Chelsea defence.

Dee Fuhrer and his minions are getting sucked in along with thousands of social media lackies.

At least wee jock Poo Pong McPlop (G) seems to have his wits about him And isn’t getting carried away.

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He's the manager our owners deserve.
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Neville Bartos wrote: Mon Jul 20, 2020 1:01 pm He's the manager our owners deserve.
Probably.

He was out of work and presumably cheap. And whether or not he deserved the chop after rescuing us from Bilic (lovely man), you'd have thought that if he wasn't desperate he'd have told the dwarf to do one.

But in his favour. I thought at the beginning of the restart we were doomed. Especially two games in. The result against Chelsea which tbh few expected, changed our season. I don't think it had much to do with Moyes, but more to do with crap defending. But we took it and built on it. He should take credit for that.

He isn't the man to lead us on to bigger things but he deserves the chance to at least start next season if only for the fact that young and progressive managers willing to work for a smarmy little cunt who'd sell his sister for a shekel are a bit thin on the ground.

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I would appoint Thomas Frank - Brentford - on a 3 year deal with a 7 figure salary. He would be a good fit for West Ham and has an excellent knowledge of championship players.

David Moyes would have the current Brentford side in the bottom 8,he knows it,they know it and we know it. It's been fun but not real fun...

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palerider wrote: Mon Jul 20, 2020 9:26 am I was going to IKEA today. But I went yesterday as I fancied some meatballs. So twiddling my thumbs I watched the cringe-worthy offering our Fuhrer offered in praise of the tartan Tony Pulis.

Well, I'm warming to the bloke. A bit.

But Pep he ain't.

And he won't be so loved-up when he turns up at his front door in full hunting tartan, bottle of Auld McChenicchies single malt in a brown paper bag clutched tightly in his fist and singing 'Ye tek the high road an' I'll tek the low road an' I'll be in Burnley afore ye' in full voice at 2 in the morning.


So there.
I couldn't agree more my good man. Just wait until the jock Marty feldman turns up in Der Fuhrer's caravanette with bagfulls of pictures of himself and hughill dressed in full gimp regalia being led around on a lead by Muktar the Indian goat farmer from Jaywick. Won't be so Blaise then will he.
And it's no good him trying to look like a Mexican bandit either, it wasn't so long ago he was on the underground disgracing himself!
Yes indeed my fellow depraved one as Mel said in the film "you can tek ar women, but y'all ne have our fish supper"!
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Brookbonds73 wrote: Mon Jul 20, 2020 1:33 pm
palerider wrote: Mon Jul 20, 2020 9:26 am I was going to IKEA today. But I went yesterday as I fancied some meatballs. So twiddling my thumbs I watched the cringe-worthy offering our Fuhrer offered in praise of the tartan Tony Pulis.

Well, I'm warming to the bloke. A bit.

But Pep he ain't.

And he won't be so loved-up when he turns up at his front door in full hunting tartan, bottle of Auld McChenicchies single malt in a brown paper bag clutched tightly in his fist and singing 'Ye tek the high road an' I'll tek the low road an' I'll be in Burnley afore ye' in full voice at 2 in the morning.


So there.
I couldn't agree more my good man. Just wait until the jock Marty feldman turns up in Der Fuhrer's caravanette with bagfulls of pictures of himself and hughill dressed in full gimp regalia being led around on a lead by Muktar the Indian goat farmer from Jaywick. Won't be so Blaise then will he.
And it's no good him trying to look like a Mexican bandit either, it wasn't so long ago he was on the underground disgracing himself!
Yes indeed my fellow depraved one as Mel said in the film "you can tek ar women, but y'all ne have our fish supper"!
Indeed.

I had wondered about 'the new look'. Maybe a biker's cap and a white singlet instead of the home shirt would be more in order. With the Communards blaring out in the background.

As for the Messiah, my daughter spotted him outside Staines station this morning, a bit worse for wear, mumbling something about 'payin a visit tae that wee fucker in Berkshire' and having a 'special delivery for the bassa if I can get ma arse up tae the letter box'.

He was rummaging around for the fare though.

She gave him 50p.
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Newmarket wrote: Mon Jul 20, 2020 10:46 am
palerider wrote: Mon Jul 20, 2020 9:26 am I was going to IKEA today. But I went yesterday as I fancied some meatballs. So twiddling my thumbs I watched the cringe-worthy offering our Fuhrer offered in praise of the tartan Tony Pulis.

Well, I'm warming to the bloke. A bit.

But Pep he ain't.

And he won't be so loved-up when he turns up at his front door in full hunting tartan, bottle of Auld McChenicchies single malt in a brown paper bag clutched tightly in his fist and singing 'Ye tek the high road an' I'll tek the low road an' I'll be in Burnley afore ye' in full voice at 2 in the morning.


So there.
Cringeworthy indeed .

Public opinion seems to be changing on the back of a couple of victories against 2 Championship standard teams and a dreadful Chelsea defence.

Dee Fuhrer and his minions are getting sucked in along with thousands of social media lackies.

At least wee jock Poo Pong McPlop (G) seems to have his wits about him And isn’t getting carried away.

Never Surrender.

Just watched it, well some of it, after seeing this thread.
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