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Vinjay

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  1. Wales doing fine without Giggs.
  2. Petrol bomb attack on Celtic (retiring) CEO's house after only winning 9 titles in a row. I said that Celtic were a horrible club couple days back and the post was removed. Yes this act has really revised my opinion and the evidence (except from idiots trying to blame Rangers) points to Celtic fans. No wonder Mowbray Magoo feels like he's in a comfort zone after managing there.
  3. I'm usually last person to criticise Jack Walker but I've touched on this in past. There are instances where he was too nice for sure. I've seen a video on youtube for instance where Wendy Howard actually asked him "is the club too big?". I would have fired her so fast she would have thought she was in a cannon. Jack said no by the way 😄 shockingly enough for a guy who used "think big" as his motto. Wendy did say on Twitter that she "retired" from Radio Rovers because she would have hit Kean so bonus points for that. Of course Hodgson's better than Mowbray. Would he gain promotion though? ErIksson couldn't and look at the owners he had at Leicester. Hodgson said he was sorry for refusing to resign and forcing Jack to sack him. That's more than Sherwood's ever apologised for. Harford did spend money in 95-96 and if the signings were inadequate or just not title winning standard. As mentioned on other thread recently the blame lies with Harford. Also the club had no choice but to keep spending in 98-99 because the injury list was so bad.
  4. Looks like "saviour of football" Gary Neville has started a petition. Maybe Valencia fans can start one about Lim (main Salford owner) or ask Neville for thoughts on his mate Giggs in court accused of battering women.
  5. That's probably an understatement. As for the "oil money" who's to say Rovers wouldn't have received any? If Jack was still alive he probably would have seen the "writing on the wall" with Abramovich (butterfly effect here I suppose) and become open to a sale. He wouldn't have neglected the sale process and sold to people who don't know what relegation is. Of course that's all the fault of Anderson not the people who trusted him enough to look for a buyer. If "trusted" is the right word because that implies they actually gave a toss. I think Kamy said Williams warned him about Syed. Perhaps Williams stood up to the Walkers on that but thought he could handle Venkys and overcome their lack of knowledge. If Williams had objected to Venkys the Walkers may have sacked him anyway if it's correct he saw through Syed and tipped off Goldberg, etc. Either that or Anderson completely fooled him as well but nobody ever considers that scenario do they? It's always gullible Venkys how could they trust Anderson when Williams had no issues working with him until Kean got the managers job.
  6. Probably. With his ego it will be difficult to handle ending on a low. Relegation the one thing he supposedly guaranteed wouldn't happen under him. That said they will surely be among the frontrunners next season.
  7. Wonder if Allardyce will change his usual tactics today (particularly with the way he usually sets up against stronger opponents) after being relegated. Since he's been relegated might as well take a more positive approach. First John Williams relegated with WBA and now Allardyce. What were the odds on both being relegated 20 billion to 1? Relegated WBA 1 Liverpool 0 (Robson-Kanu)
  8. Yes including Vichai before his death incase that wasn't obvious.
  9. Been a real credit to Vichai since his death haven't they? Nice to see such a decent family particularly Vichai's son.
  10. ...and Rovers manager if I had my way (suggested August 2010 maybe that's where Venkys got the idea from!) but some things aren't meant to be.
  11. You didn't really start to think that the day Dalglish showed up?
  12. Which they should have been doing 15 years ago. Showing up to greet Liz Windsor (sure the LT said they haven't been to Ewood since 2013 conveniently omitting this) shows what they think of the "peasants". I wouldn't just single Balaji out from the family. "Madame" should be held in equal attempt. As for "third wheel" I've always suspected they bully him but sometimes you need to make a stand! They should make Balaji's son the "face of the ownership". For obvious reason I'm not someone to judge people on who their families are. That said I'm certainly not going to compare him to Jack either. As for a "rollercoaster ride" what type of rollercoaster is Waggott thinking of? Most of the ones I've been on have several ups and downs. Not a single up (and even that's debatable considering it was their fault in first place) with endless downs and brief stoppages (purgatory) It's not really my problem anymore though. Once I've moved from this area I'll be even less likely to visit than Venkys!
  13. Some of the anti-protesters are probably same who constantly convinced themselves that they supported a "family club". That's why they don't want dissent or protest or anything that interferes with their easily content mentality. Leeds fans would never forgive Venkys. You might say "well they have stronger feelings of top flight entitlement". Well Millwall fans don't and they wouldn't forgive them either. Sometimes you need fans with a bit of hostility. Sometimes of course it backfires and they get a bad rep but there's a balance. If you ask which stadiums are most intimidating in Championship (last season anyway) Elland Road and The Den would have been up there. Even though some Leeds fans acted like it was honour for most clubs to visit when in reality it's a tired looking stadium people probably got bored of visiting. As for "forgiving them now" some of them never felt the need to forgive them in first place! They are mugs.
  14. He's a deluded egotist. When Barrow sack him he will probably still think of himself as a future Rovers manager. It's not like you have to be a member of Mensa but even people who like Dunn know he's lacking upstairs. Attacks Gary Bowyer on Twitter (the reasons being me, me, me) but has no issue with Kean. I left his name out on Evans thread other day after mentioning others not being criticised for milking injuries (though some certainly knew who I meant) to try and avoid argument. Well sod that. Just look at the first comment on LT article. All he's done is give these idiots defending Venkys more ammunition so they can say "oh Dunn defended them". Well so what? Maybe they should think of an actual legend like Jack Walker and care about what he would have thought.
  15. Well they made up for it over next 8 years didn't they? ?
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