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19 minutes ago, jupe1407 said:

Hang on. Are there actually ***s who believe Slippy G is here for anything other than a quick stepping stone up to a gig at a Championship club then eventually the Prem? 

Fucking hell :lol:

Gerrard would actually have to show he's a decent manager to get another job elsewhere. He's not managed that yet.

Lennon might be shite but I'd fully expect him to beat a Gerrard side to the title every time.

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Hang on. Are there actually ***s who believe Slippy G is here for anything other than a quick stepping stone up to a gig at a Championship club then eventually the Prem? 
Fucking hell :lol:

You think any other decent, aspiring Manager up here has any other intention? Why the f*ck would you want to manage a club in Scotland?
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2 minutes ago, RedRob72 said:


You think any other decent, aspiring Manager up here has any other intention? Why the f*ck would you want to manage a club in Scotland?

Many do and many would want to.

 

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3 minutes ago, RedRob72 said:


You’re right pal, we attract the best, including the national side.

I detect sarcasm, so you are not happy with Mr Gerrard?

He's in his first managerial post and he should be given another year.

Next year he will have to deliver a trophy or else.

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I detect sarcasm, so you are not happy with Mr Gerrard?
He's in his first managerial post and he should be given another year.
Next year he will have to deliver a trophy or else.


How could any of us be happy with how this season has turned out, another loss to that mob and getting nowhere near in competing for honours across the board. I’ll stick with SG in the hope that he really DOES want to turn things around at our Club. I’m sure he knows that second best won’t cut it.
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Yes, players have been niggling away and sledging (to use a cricket term) opposition players for decades - the issue here is that most players understand it, and work out a way of dealing with it.
Kris Boyd, for example? Gets called a fat b*****d everywhere he goes, scores and does the "big belly" thing.
Morelos problem is that he seems to be too thick (or hasnt heeded the managers words) about being goaded.
If you are telling me that Stevie G didnt warn them about Brown tactics pre match, then I would call bullshit - Kent and Halliday also lost the plot round Brown - see the pattern?
Alflollo Morelolols
Hmmm.... I'd have gone for:

Lolfredo Lolelols.


Or

El Buffalol.



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I don't like the Daily Mail very much but I wanted to read the article myself which gets your ire so much. What the writer Frazer Mackie quoted was Mike Fisher who is the Director of the British Association for Anger Management talking about Alfredo Morelos with his lack of self discipline and mentioned the mind management programme The Chimp Paradox  which might be of help to Morelos in the current circumstances. The book was written by sports psychologist Professor Steve Peters who has worked with a good number of sports stars in the past including Chris Hoy, Victoria Pendleton and the England football team including yes Steven Gerrard.

I take it you didn't read the article then?

Who ever thinks that Alfredo Morelos was called a chimp is a fucking moron.

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That'll be the last [mention=36489]Bennett[/mention] mentions it.

 

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Leckie sums up Browns actions pretty well, and people seriously question why there’s disorder at Old Firm games when you’ve got this clown determined to pour petrol on the flames of an already volatile fixture for 90 mins. Many will say he did his job getting Morelos dismissed, fair enough if that’s what you want from your club captain, including the rest of his mindless antics, but surely he has to accept some responsibility for the unwanted trouble that follows.

I won’t excuse Morelos, but it seems Brown is not only condoned in his behaviour as a player but positively encouraged, especially when it comes to winding up the h** b*stards. Jeez.
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8 hours ago, RedRob72 said:

Yep I do, the worse thing for the Club right now would be for SG to throw in the towel and admit this gig isn’t for him. He accepted a huge job in terms of its expectations, I hope he picks up the gauntlet and shows that his managerial abilities can stretch beyond Neil Lennon. The views of the rest of the desperate band waggon on here don’t really matter do they. It’s us Vs them.

 

Maybe if you concentrated on other clubs rather than Celtic, youd have competed for the title this season.

Points tally after 31 games? 60

Last season? 58

Steven Gerrard, "closing the gap" at a rate of 2 points per season.

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Maybe if you concentrated on other clubs rather than Celtic, youd have competed for the title this season.
Points tally after 31 games? 60
Last season? 58
Steven Gerrard, "closing the gap" at a rate of 2 points per season.


The Caixinha/Murty/Nicholl trio finished twelve points behind Celtic.

The gap now? 13....

If Gerrard was a foreign no-mark I think there’s every chance he’d be gone by now.
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7 hours ago, Sting777 said:

Its bad enough with the stabbings without The Sun or people claiming without evidence that every incident in Glasgow yesterday was linked to the Celtic v Rangers match. There is nothing in the first two incidents that link them to the football match. The Sun as usual is full of shit and have a history of giving out incorrect information and news usually to sell their toilet paper of a rag. I mean really going to The Sun for news in this day and age? 

Almost every media outlet reported the stabbings and it reads horrific. When you've got gangs going around the city center searching out rivals to lets face it this is attempted murder it sends a message out that football supporters are just criminals in colours, just sad. Where were the police surely they would have been watching this lot that did this?

 

 

 

 

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