Captain Hilts

Football buzzwords

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He's picked his pocket.

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Always smile when I hear this one.
Ah coulda chucked ma bunnet oan it. :mutley:

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'he's got that in his locker' does my fucking nut in......naw he doesnae

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He's came inside their full back there 

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"He's a box of tricks."

:angrywillie:

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On 08/03/2017 at 4:52 PM, EatDolphins said:

Pen for penalty.

Fuck off immediately.

Was going to say the exact same thing.Does my head in tbh.

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He could open a tin of beans with that left foot.

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On 08/03/2017 at 11:28 AM, StornowayBlue said:

2-0 up and its "the most dangerous lead in football"

It seemed to be an almost irrelevant lead under McCoist at times. 

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"He's not that type of player" after a leg break of a challenge.

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Players being interviewed annoy the fuck out of me as to a man they will come out with, "as I was saying".

No you fucking didn't say that at all!

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Someone saying 'footy' is enough for me to hate them for all eternity.

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"He's a baller" seems to be the latest hipster phrase.  What does this even mean?

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On 27/03/2017 at 5:34 AM, geneva_ger said:

Players being interviewed annoy the fuck out of me as to a man they will come out with, "as I was saying".

No you fucking didn't say that at all!

I always hated Kris Boyd's variation on this, which is "As I said...", which he says in virtually every sentence, sometime several times in a sentence, always preceding a thing he is saying for the first time.

 

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Footie does my head in usually used by people who don't go to games a lot. Fitba, football even the game but footy no no no a million times no.

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Your Lampards and Gerrards of this world.

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"He had him on toast there". Noticed that one a fair bit recently, absolutely shite patter.

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All the wee social media geeks who've never been to a game in their life start calling players frauds. 

 

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A social media thing that really gets on my fucking nerves is this "he got sent back to" whatever country they're from after getting nutmegged or skinned.

Fuck off.

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34 minutes ago, Sasa'onlyPLGsuccess'Papac said:

All the wee social media geeks who've never been to a game in their life start calling players frauds. 

 

What about people who attend?

33 minutes ago, Captain Hilts said:

A social media thing that really gets on my fucking nerves is this "he got sent back to" whatever country they're from after getting nutmegged or skinned.

Fuck off.

Sent to the shops is acceptable.

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Just now, ForeverAndEver said:

 

Sent to the shops is acceptable.

Is it fuck :angrywillie:

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Just now, Captain Hilts said:

Is it fuck :angrywillie:

:wanker:

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The team that scores the most goals usually wins

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