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    Default 'Don't want to go up? you might not have much choice'

    Question just posed to Billy on radio 5, Claridge also waxing lyrical about seamless changes, being hardworking and being great to watch etc finished off with whatever happens this is what you want to see a big club with all their history back up near the top. happy, happy days

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    Default Re: 'Don't want to go up? you might not have much choice'



    I think Billy is starting to soften up his 'not ready' attitude. There's a point where the lads must start taking it as lack of faith, unless he says the total opposite in the dressing room !

    I have no doubt that there will be a few surprising turns still to go. Cardiff steaming up to the top few in the table would be one of them I'm expecting.

    Although, Can't help thinking that ND has switched from his 'consolidation budget plan' to his 'promotion budget plan,' if the rumours of these unknown signings are true !

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    Default Re: 'Don't want to go up? you might not have much choice'

    I think it's a fine balance concerning how Billy portrays himself and his beliefs to the media.

    Whatever he does or doesn't say, he wants it as much, if not moreso, than every single one of us.

    We can almost taste it.

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    Default Re: 'Don't want to go up? you might not have much choice'

    He doesn't want it as much as I do.

    I'd suck off Billy Davies if we went up. I don't think even he can manage that (same commitment).

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    Default Re: 'Don't want to go up? you might not have much choice'

    Quote Originally Posted by Randy Bumgardener, a true American hero


    I think Billy is starting to soften up his 'not ready' attitude. There's a point where the lads must start taking it as lack of faith, unless he says the total opposite in the dressing room !

    I have no doubt that there will be a few surprising turns still to go. Cardiff steaming up to the top few in the table would be one of them I'm expecting.

    Although, Can't help thinking that ND has switched from his 'consolidation budget plan' to his 'promotion budget plan,' if the rumours of these unknown signings are true !
    I would imagine that he say's complete opposite to the players and media.

    I almost get a feeling he dislike's and distrust's the press.


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    Default Re: 'Don't want to go up? you might not have much choice'

    It's like that old poster from the "X-Files":

    "I WANT TO BELIEVE..."



    „I believe in socialism because it seems more humanitarian, rather than every man for himself and 'I'm alright jack' and all those arsehole businessmen with all the loot. I made up my mind from viewing society from that angle. That's where I'm from and there's where I've made my decisions from. That's why I believe in socialism“

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    Default Re: 'Don't want to go up? you might not have much choice'

    Quote Originally Posted by PopGoesTheRobbie
    He doesn't want it as much as I do.

    I'd suck off Billy Davies if we went up. I don't think even he can manage that (same commitment).
    Just for the entertainment value, I'll quote that post!

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    Default Re: 'Don't want to go up? you might not have much choice'

    Quote Originally Posted by PopGoesTheRobbie
    He doesn't want it as much as I do.

    I'd suck off Billy Davies if we went up. I don't think even he can manage that (same commitment).
    i think he'd need his rib cages removed to do that


 

 

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