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BFerguson6

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  1. quite excited about the game , first one felt this way about in a while.
  2. Predict similar game to Falkirk other week 2-0. Clark and Law
  3. What's a no mark ? No amount of previous posts give someone credibility ( 1st Jan perfect example as he was as thick as mince and loved CG) That guy is actually correct, doesn't matter the thread , you appear typing negative shit. I can only imagine how empty your life must be.
  4. I'm convinced you're Ally or one of his sons
  5. Lampard joins Man City on loan Last Updated: 00:17 03/08/14 Manchester City have secured former Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard on a six-month loan deal. The 36-year-old will join up with his new City teammates on Wednesday and will be at the Etihad Stadium until January. It is a short-term move for Lampard who signed in July for New York City, the MLS club owned by Manchester City and baseball giants New York Yankees. On Friday it was reported the club was in talks with Lampard's representatives and immediately after City's shoot-out defeat by Olympiakos in the US on Saturday, manager Manuel Pellegrini confirmed the move had been completed. Pellegrini said: "From Wednesday, he will start working with us and play for us until January." When asked if Lampard was acquired just to improve his fitness for the MLS campaign which begins in March, the Chilean added: "He’s a member of the squad and he will fight for his position. "He knows we have a good team and we have a lot of games in the Champions League so he's very important for our team." It had initially been thought the player had agreed an autumn switch to join City's sister side Melbourne City where he would play alongside New York City teammate David Villa to improve his fitness and so this news will be a disappointment to Australian football fans. It was also confirmed that Lampard would be available for the Premier League showdown with his old club Chelsea on Sunday, September 21. On this fixture, Pellegrini added: "I will talk about that with him but he is a player for Manchester City and he will play every game that he needs to play." This may raise some eyebrows at Stamford Bridge, with the England midfielder suggesting last year he would not play for another top-flight club in England. He said in May 2013: "I can't imagine playing for anyone else after being 12 years at Chelsea. I've got a lot of respect for a lot of other Premier League clubs, particularly the top ones, but I'm not sure I could have done that." Lampard scored 211 goals in 649 matches for Chelsea, becoming the club's record goalscorer but was released by Chelsea at the end of the season. Lampard, who signed a two-year deal with New York City on July 24, is still considering his England future.
  6. Ok wddwa 1690 geezer Watp , FTP , gstq
  7. Fuck sake he'll never be sacked 1. The person who would be required to do it won't have the balls (unless it's Green) 2. The pay off would be too much 3. What would be the reason as Ally could sue for unfair dismissal if it's a case of being sacked after going a season unbeaten in the league. The board see the cups as a bonus not a must 4. Most important reason maybe , they believe the fans who have renewed / bought ST's have done so out of love for Ally and won't do anything to alienate fans further I wish he'd leave of his own accord but he's too self obsessed for that
  8. Not looking forward to going to Ibrox....? Derby should be in premiership as are a better team than QPR so hardly worth getting so upset Very few people could see us winning, myself included ..... Tuesdays a different thing altogether
  9. Love to see Bell Foster Zaliukus McGregor Wallace Law Black MacLeod Shiels Miller Boyd
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