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    Was on fantasy football club last night he had nothing but praise for Paul hart and des walker true professional and up their with our best ever players if you ask me


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    Yes but a reckless tackle on the halfway line, I.e. nowhere near our penalty area, cost us a play-off place. If he had played at Bramhall Lane in the 2nd leg we'd have won.


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    I absolutely love Daws. He's one of my favourite players of all time. I have nothing bad to say about the lad.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Baker's Dog View Post
    Yes but a reckless tackle on the halfway line, I.e. nowhere near our penalty area, cost us a play-off place. If he had played at Bramhall Lane in the 2nd leg we'd have won.
    Harsh red card. Clattenburg before he was "famous" trying to make a name for himself. He fell for Michael Brown's dive as well


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    Clattenburg is quite frankly a prize c**t.

    He's up there with Roger Milford - the bastard - in that respect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chriscl View Post
    Clattenburg is quite frankly a prize c**t.

    He's up there with Roger Milford - the bastard - in that respect.
    Even Clattenberg at his worst can't emulate the strutting, grinning idiot Milford in my opinion Chris.

    "I didn't have the heart to show Gazza the red card whilst he lay on the stretcher"......conveniently, and shamelessly, overlooking the fact that Gascoigne didn't collapse until after Spurs kicked off following our goal.

    It's a scandal that Milford wasn't banned from ever officiating again for that statement alone, nevermind for the overall incompetence of his display during that final.


    *apologies for digressing from the topic.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubmeister32 View Post
    up their with our best ever players if you ask me


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    Quote Originally Posted by bhastings316 View Post
    Harsh red card. Clattenburg before he was "famous" trying to make a name for himself. He fell for Michael Brown's dive as well
    Not to mention not sending off Dean Windass for a two footed
    flying attack on Matty Louis Jean which somehow goes unmentioned.


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    I bloody loved Daws as well, surprised he never made the big step I always expected him too. Always looked so comfortable on the ball for a centre half. Maybe injuries prevented him from hitting his peak


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    He always seemed to get a good run at Spurs then get injured. When it looked like he could become a England regular, he got injured. Really unfortunate for him.


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    Quote Originally Posted by incapable hulk View Post
    if we're talking about defenders I mean and was about to say Carl froch put him in his best forest XI but he also put judas in it


 

 

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