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  1. Huh? You're worried about 'looking like mugs' more than the millions it will cost us to sack him? If you would prefer him not to be manager, fine. But surely him resigning (which he won't) is a much better outcome for the club - especially as we have no money - than having to pay him off.
  2. I don't think your observations are unreasonable. Strikes me that his biggest weakness is composure. He scores scruffy goals and he scores great goals, but he doesn't score too many "calmly slotting the ball away" goals... and he has had a few notable chances like in that way that he's fluffed. As soon as he has time to think about what he's going to do, he makes a mess of it. I'm probably in the camp of thinking we could definitely do better, but equally he's not someone we should be itching to get rid of. I'm never going to think "oh no, Adams is playing" but equally I'm not going to be
  3. Not sure I agree with that actually. When I saw the team I thought it looked very lightweight and it struck me that Ralph was hoping to stick to his (footballing) principles and just picked players who would most likely manage to deploy our 'forward' pressing. However the risk is with that approach you're likely to leave yourself open. Perhaps at the moment, especially away from home against a side doing well in Everton (even if they're not actually that good), we would be better off taking fewer risks and keeping it tight. Making ourselves hard to beat and trying to nick a goal. Obviously at
  4. It’s not always easy to tell if someone is making a joke on here, apologies I thought you were being serious at first 😆
  5. In which case, time to start playing Obafemi and get rid of the other two.
  6. Someone with photoshop skills could edit out Dunk, add wings and a halo to Vestergaard and it would all look rather deferential.
  7. Didn't they say they planned to do it to the end of the (calendar) year and then stop? If that's the case, surely people who don't like it could just deal with it for a few weeks... I'm sure there are plenty of other things that happen that people just put up with*. Let those who feel it's important take part, those who don't can just let it wash over them. It's like wearing a poppy in November - no-one should have to wear one, they shouldn't be chastised for it. But equally, if people do want to wear one, then good for them! * I'm not generally for the idea of turning a blind eye to
  8. I know that Bearsy posts lots of sarcastic posts - I wasn't quite sure what side he was coming down on but realised it was a joke. Nevertheless I felt I should add quite an important aspect to the story!
  9. Ha, fair point - I was getting ever more full of frustration as I typed! And after I did wonder if I was guilty of 'lumping' myself. However, the 'vile' accusation was specifically reserved for those booing, because of course there are plenty of Millwall fans who didn't and were equally appalled by it. But this about the ones that did, and they are Millwall fans, and Millwall fans (again, not all of them, but 'in general') have a history of racist behaviour. In other words, there are sections of racists amongst Millwall fans, and I have little doubt that many of them were booing. To be honest
  10. You don't have to kneel, you don't have to put your arm in the air to show support. You can just go through the motions or ignore it. In the same way that if you might not agree with having a minute's silence for some random person, or you might not care for the national anthem... you can just stand there (or sit down) knowing that you don't agree with it. To actively boo something is showing disrespect to the people who are trying to show respect - i.e. the players. People are so fucking desperate to justify the actions of fucking MILLWALL fans, you know, the ones who have a massive his
  11. Yeah, ridiculous. Even his dad not actually being dead shouldn't detract from this totally legitimate reason for the tattoo.
  12. It's lucky we can rely on Millwall fans to have their eyes open and not fall for this leftie propaganda. They've always been such a stand up bunch too, can't possibly be any other explanation other than 'wanting to keep politics out of football'. Presumably they will also be kicking off when the players run out with poppies on their shirts. It's just a coincidence, nothing more, that those with a history of being a bit racist are now the enlightened ones, and we are so lucky that these evil Marxists (footballers) who want to spread their evil message (reminding people that black people st
  13. Me neither, a pretty shocking read to be honest! Probably the greatest player the world has ever seen. A bit before my time to properly judge but you only have to look at clips of him playing and realise that he could do things no-one else could (eg what Lineker talks about in that video). Maybe not the greatest 'professional footballer' in the sense that many of his years were blighted by issues and if he had coupled his talent with more professionalism and commitment he would have done more, but even despite that he is revered for clubs (Boca/Napoli) and country for what he did achieve.
  14. It does require people to show an element of acceptance. I think 30 seconds would work. Obviously there is always going to be some point where there will be displeasure, but I think most would say that was worth coping with if a) it prevented the terrible decisions and b) didn't come at the expense of the flow of the game. Although offside is close to being black and white, it's not quite - not like the ball crossing the line is - because as with Bamford's case, for e.g. at what point on the arm do you measure? Is it the armpit? If so, what point on the armpit? Offside is black and white if yo
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