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Gerry McDonnell
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Rupert Murdoch being unfit to run an international company didn't make The Sun's front page. To be fair to them, this late story broke:

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Is that even amusing to a ten year old?
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Two great goals from Cissé tonight. Very, very happy.
 
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Quote: Nil Putters @ May 2 2012, 9:52 PM BST

Two great goals from Cisse tonight. Very, very happy.


Wait til The Sun work out his surname.
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Great result for QPR tonight with Spurs beating Bolton 4-1.

Our destiny is back in our own hands. :D
 
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If Chelski win the Champions League, we get two wins and Arse slip up we're there!

Oh, the thing that dreams are made of.
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Quote: Will Cam @ May 2 2012, 10:18 PM BST

Great result for QPR tonight with Spurs beating Bolton 4-1.

Our destiny is back in our own hands. :D


Just make sure it isn't in Paddy Kenny's hands. He'll probably drop it again...
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*Gets splodge in a headlock and gives him a monkey scrub.

Paddy's had a great year, our problems have been up the other end.
 
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Quote: Gerry McDonnell @ May 2 2012, 10:20 AM BST

Rupert Murdoch being unfit to run an international company didn't make The Sun's front page. To be fair to them, this late story broke:

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Sad, childish, a touch nasty, even. Sums up most tabloid hacks.

He's not a bad choice at all. A safe choice and not the fans' choice right now, but not a bad one. Assume Redknapp wasn't available for it, then RH would have been first choice with most. But people didn't want a safe choice this time, we wanted a coach to bring some flair to England's play. Redknapp was the man for that, not Roy. Oh well, that's the FA for you!
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http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2012/may/04/hodgson-well-read-england-manager

Aw, he can read too. Who'da thunk it?
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In five languages no less.
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Quote: Alfred J Kipper @ May 4 2012, 11:05 AM BST

Sad, childish, a touch nasty, even. Sums up most tabloid hacks.


In fairness I've only heard people taking the mick in an affectionate way. But agree that The Sun should conduct itself differently.

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In five languages no less.


That is very impressive. Could well come in handy for listening in on other teams.




http://www.guardian.co.uk/football/2012/may/04/fa-cup-final-experience
:D *sniff*
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Oh Arse.

Incidentally, does Radio 5 Live do psychometric testing on its commentators to make sure they're the biggest twats possible?

Although they did tell me that it is colder than Christmas day and the coldest FA Cup Final day in thirty years. What a good snooker/football/snooker/football/snooker day to be in bed with lots of food.
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Wait 'til you see the highlights AJ, you had an absolute stonewall penalty waved away.

With Tottenham having practically a bye tomorrow, I guess you're a Bayern Munich fan in the CL final.
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Quote: Gerry McDonnell @ May 5 2012, 3:27 PM BST

Wait 'til you see the highlights AJ, you had an absolute stonewall penalty waved away.


Yes, but the lino should've flagged for Gervinho being offside when the cross came in. That said, he didn't and it was a bizarre of the ref to assume RVP would fall over rather than tap the ball in.
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