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6 minutes ago, Proudtobeblue&white said:

Douglas really is a very poor excuse for a footballer.

At one point he must have been pretty handy as he was in back-to-back promotion winning sides.

He's been the worst starting LB I've seen at Ewood though. 

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A late equaliser is always nice but i won’t be celebrating a point at 8th place Cardiff after 1 win in 15 in a season where the target was promotion  Dumbing down to say otherwise 

It's not Mogadon we want, it's Mogagon. 😁😁😁😁

Today’s result guarantees we finish on less points than last season The season is a failure by any metric 

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Just now, Exiled_Rover said:

At one point he must have been pretty handy as he was in back-to-back promotion winning sides.

He's been the worst starting LB I've seen at Ewood though. 

Perhaps TM has brought him down to his level?

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1 minute ago, Exiled_Rover said:

At one point he must have been pretty handy as he was in back-to-back promotion winning sides.

He's been the worst starting LB I've seen at Ewood though. 

he`s certaintly the slowest full back iv`e ever seen

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Just now, Exiled_Rover said:

This Liverpool kid needs a slap. Stop trying World Cup balls. Evidently you're not that good!

Talk of getting into the Liverpool team next year. Absolutely no chance.

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Just now, Fraserkirky said:

Talk of getting into the Liverpool team next year. Absolutely no chance.

Maybe the Liverpool side that shipped 7 against Villa.

Not a Liverpool side challenging for trophies. He's been an absolute liability since Christmas. 

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1 minute ago, Paul Mellelieu said:

Of course they do.

And risk being called racist or something ?

Don't be silly it's just easier to virtue signal and save the hassle.

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1 minute ago, tomphil said:

And risk being called racist or something ?

Don't be silly it's just easier to virtue signal and save the hassle.

He’ll be absolutely pissing his sides that you’ve bitten.

 

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Just now, Mike E said:

Defending them from what, exactly? You posted about it first, out of nowhere, without any obvious reason other than looking for a reaction.

And I say that as someone who supports taking the knee in this context.

Nope, I posted first. Pretend tributes undermine real ones.

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1 minute ago, Exiled_Rover said:

Maybe the Liverpool side that shipped 7 against Villa.

Not a Liverpool side challenging for trophies. He's been an absolute liability since Christmas. 

in his defence,he`s in a side that does`nt cross the ball to often,does`nt emphasise set piece delivery and does`nt use any width,therefore his attributes are blunted

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11 minutes ago, Fraserkirky said:

Trybull is diabolical. Why Buckley isn’t playing is beyond me

Bucko is our player. Rule number one under TM always play others players over our own. For a man who talks a lot about not building a team through loans we always seem to have a lot of them in our team sheet every week. 

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Just now, Stuart said:

Nope, I posted first. Pretend tributes undermine real ones.

I agree with the second sentence, BUT not sure we're in a position to tell others when their tributes are real or not?

I wear my Prostate Cancer UK badge all-year-round, when is it a real tribute and when is it a pretend one?

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1 minute ago, simongarnerisgod said:

in his defence,he`s in a side that does`nt cross the ball to often,does`nt emphasise set piece delivery and does`nt use any width,therefore his attributes are blunted

Yeah he'd probably be a revelation in most championship teams.

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10 minutes ago, Exiled_Rover said:

At one point he must have been pretty handy as he was in back-to-back promotion winning sides.

He's been the worst starting LB I've seen at Ewood though. 

The problem of playing Gally on the wing is that it not only means we are toothless on the left when attacking, but Douglas is also constantly outnumbered whenever the opposition attacking play is down our left. 

Terrible decision making from Kaminski. Never a need for the keeper to be that far out, we've all seen those given as a red before. No need to run that risk. 

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23 minutes ago, Paul Mellelieu said:

Seeing Mowbray stood at pitchside after this last week should serve to remind us all that he is completely untouchable.

Doesn't matter if we lose again today, he won’t be sacked.

Oh, and taking the knee just undermined the whole 2 minutes silence.

Mike - please read - this was the quote from Stuart that I was replying to. 

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4 minutes ago, Stuart said:

Nope, I posted first. Pretend tributes undermine real ones.

Hidden my original post due to error (as you highlighted). Would you mind amending your post to remove the quote so I don't need to hide yours?

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5 minutes ago, Stuart said:

He’ll be absolutely pissing his sides that you’ve bitten.

 

That's if his knees haven't locked whilst he's doing his bit.

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