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Tuesday 25th June 2024, 1:26 PM



 
Tony Macedo R.I.P. A great servant too Fulham Football Club.
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One of our best keepers.When young I often saw him on a Saturday Night at the Wimbledon Palias
posted by Kunye (Guest) - Tuesday 25th June 2024, 4:30 PM
 
Tony Macedo could actually CATCH the ball unlike our new goalies. If he had the punch the ball he would punch it to the side. RIP Tony
posted by Bill @ USA (Guest) - Tuesday 25th June 2024, 4:40 PM
 
 
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Tuesday 25th June 2024, 11:58 AM



 
15 years ago today MJ died , and I'm not kidding.
 
 
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Tuesday 25th June 2024, 11:51 AM



 
Southampton, Fulham, Leicester and clubs in Germany, France, Spain and Holland are interested in Fabio Carvalho. Liverpool will run their eye over him in pre season to give him a chance to impress
 
 
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Tuesday 25th June 2024, 9:14 AM



 
When you know who, the Fulham youngster, is mentioned again let us ignore it and not feed the obsession.
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Thanks ! just about time that someone come with a good idea !!!
posted by Francis (Guest) - Tuesday 25th June 2024, 11:47 AM
 
Don’t understand at the end of the day the boy Harris is a Fulham player on a long term contract and debate is being removed. People discuss Carvalho who is no longer a Fulham player
posted by Sam (Guest) - Tuesday 25th June 2024, 11:47 AM
 
 
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Tuesday 25th June 2024, 4:22 AM



 
.. remember when this was a decent messageboard?
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Until P.O'Doors turned up.
posted by Moderate Moderator. (Guest) - Tuesday 25th June 2024, 5:08 AM
 
Definitely agree he’s a large part of the problem.
posted by Sub Mod (Guest) - Tuesday 25th June 2024, 8:58 AM
 
This site is free to anyone and apart from certain excess is not censored. There is another Fulham site where even a hint at a non football contribution can get you banned. It is dull as dishwater as you can imagine. I would rather suffer a few people playing extremist that have nothing but sanitised contributions.
posted by Mr B P (Guest) - Tuesday 25th June 2024, 9:20 AM
 
Think he’s rather good myself
posted by Mrs o doorsc (Guest) - Tuesday 25th June 2024, 10:14 AM
 
At least paddys getting through I’m being blocked
posted by Ipotombi (Guest) - Tuesday 25th June 2024, 10:24 AM
 
More Wee Fella!
posted by Time and a Place.. (Guest) - Tuesday 25th June 2024, 10:54 AM
 
up until about three years ago, there were some decent contributors on here, such as marbella white ,the arizonian, ernie, kunye, and zambesian .they mostly probably got fed up with all the so- called fans of another club coming on here spouting their drivel and jealousy towards fulham. recently another poster, whose tag wont be mentioned, has been on here chucking tantrums, and blaming just about everyone for his unhappiness. i am all for banter and a drop of juicy gossip on here, i agree with mr bp, .it would be dull if everything was censored, but somewhere along the way, a line must be drawn. the only deterrent is a full registration system, but as this is one of very few free access sites, it would be good to keep it as it is.
posted by mastos (Guest) - Tuesday 25th June 2024, 11:06 AM
 
No such thing as bad advertising, just ask Britain‘a saviour, Nigel. Nice to know I’m living rent free in your heads. Vote Reform, sack Southgate. How doth the little crocodile improve his shining tail, And pour the waters of the Nile on every golden scale! How cheerfully he seems to grin, how neatly spreads his claws, And welcomes little fishes in, with gently smiling jaws
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Tuesday 25th June 2024, 11:22 AM
 
I do not know why you Paddy O’Doors like to abuse people with your vulgar typing and after pretend is nothing to do with you ... time to man up !
posted by Morpheus - The God of Dreams and Sleep (Guest) - Tuesday 25th June 2024, 11:52 AM
 
Why should not Paddy say what he feels. Us fans are abused by our owners permanently.
posted by Putney Pete (Guest) - Tuesday 25th June 2024, 12:00 PM
 
Support O'Doors!
posted by Bish of Bath & Wells. (Guest) - Tuesday 25th June 2024, 12:44 PM
 
O'doors is innocent
posted by Bill poster (Guest) - Tuesday 25th June 2024, 1:57 PM
 
I can think of no reason why anyone using a made up name would get upset by someone with a made up name criticising their made up name or making comments on a message board. If you have that level of concern, register on a site, giving the unknown site owners your details. Until then, suck it up like men. I will continue exercising my rights of free expression under Article 10 of the European Convention On Human Rights (ECHR) as it is now and has always been my intention to stay within the boundaries of law. Oh yes, vote Reform.
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Tuesday 25th June 2024, 2:22 PM
 
I agree with O’Doors
posted by MST (Guest) - Tuesday 25th June 2024, 2:47 PM
 
 
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Monday 24th June 2024, 5:08 PM



 
Gareth Southgate is best known as a half decent Centre Back, no Jack Charlton but good. He has only ever been manager of one club Middlesborough who he played for towards the end of his illustrous career and he managed them for three seasons, the last season the were relegated. He got the England job because of the very fact he is quiet and just gets on with what he's told to. We as a nation were robbed of the best to football managers who we could have won things with Jack Charlton who took the Republic of Ireland to the World Cup and Brian Clough who won the European Trophy with Nottingham Forest. Now we have mainly contiential imported footballers playing in our Premiership and Managers from the five coninents how do you expect our national side to shine?
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I hear you. Vote Reform.
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Monday 24th June 2024, 5:15 PM
 
Gareth fits the bill for the F A he’s clean and safe and to be fair since he’s taken over England have progressed.Considering the players he has available to him we expect a bit better and doubt he’ll deliver a trophy.Will be inter to see if he gets a decent job after this one but more importantly who would take over?
posted by Chief (Guest) - Monday 24th June 2024, 8:20 PM
 
Mark Robins
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Monday 24th June 2024, 8:36 PM
 
He is a good manager as he has made a few good players along side some ordinary ones, look a decent team with an incredibly high ranking. We should expect what we get.
posted by Mr B P (Guest) - Tuesday 25th June 2024, 9:24 AM
 
Can’t get through
posted by Ipitombi (Guest) - Tuesday 25th June 2024, 10:23 AM
 
Bit of effort won’t go amiss
posted by Ipitombi (Guest) - Tuesday 25th June 2024, 10:25 AM
 
mark robins was a decent player, never played for england.
posted by patty o,drawers (Guest) - Tuesday 25th June 2024, 11:28 AM
 
If Delores Kickaball can go on tv and give her expert opinion on playing in major tournaments then surely an experienced English league manager can manage the national team.
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Tuesday 25th June 2024, 2:27 PM
 
 
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hot atside as dare is dew point rising!!!
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Not allowed to say dew nowadays.
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Monday 24th June 2024, 5:10 PM
 
Caught you out there paddy
posted by Ioitombi (Guest) - Tuesday 25th June 2024, 10:27 AM
 
 
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Monday 24th June 2024, 8:30 AM



 
When Palhinha said he wants to join Bayern it automatically gave them an edge on the negotiation. Now other clubs like Man U are less likely to go into a bidding war with Bayern and also why would they bid if Palhinha already said he only wants to go to Munich. This is crap for Fulham as we are stuck with one potential buyer. Should we play hardball and risk having an unhappy valuable player?!
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johnC, has palhinha actually said that he wants to go, that is, stated it on an interview?. those people at sky germany, particularly that florian bloke, are obsessed with him going to bayern, and will stop at nothing with their gossip.jp doesnt really seem unhappy at fulham, though i can understand the prospect of european matches is very tempting. maybe he will go in the end. he hasnt rocked the boat over this, and if nothing transpires in the end, i believe he will still be committed as a player.
posted by mark (Guest) - Monday 24th June 2024, 10:52 AM
 
Money talks if a top six prem side want him enough and terms are right for both he will go
posted by Ioitonbi (Guest) - Monday 24th June 2024, 5:11 PM
 
if he signed for a top six side, okay he would get all the readies, but as so many who have departed recently have discovered, he wont get a regular start, or one at all. if he chooses . at the end, its his decision.to play out his last two peak years at fulham- hes 29 shortly-he will achieve more than just splintering his backside somewhere else
posted by mark (Guest) - Tuesday 25th June 2024, 11:17 AM
 
 
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Sunday 23rd June 2024, 4:10 PM



 
Here’s hoping
 
 
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Sunday 23rd June 2024, 12:18 AM



 
Training camp is starting soon but no signings yet !! Wè have five to six positions to fill !! What is going on ??
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Steady on, since when did we do our business too early? Besides, the Euro is a work in progress and i suspect that most teams will be looking for potential and a maybe on their shopping list etc. Thomas Frank is a pundit at the Euro's and he will be scouting for talent and i would hate the thought that Brentford could nick the best deals while we sow up and settle on ex Chelsea players like Chalobah who i don't rate very highly. We need to think hard and clever and we need real quality in this 3rd year because competition will be much harder. Man Utd up on a Friday night first game is as tough as they come and we really need to compete and match them on the pitch. That first game up for me is a marker for the season. Win lose or draw doesn't matter so long as we are close and we show we can compete and play good football in this league...
posted by OWEN - Sunday 23rd June 2024, 12:45 AM
 
I am sure we have already inquired about many players but if we cannot afford them or the do not want to come to a no achievement club they will not sign for us. We probably enquire about a great number of players but few come. Just because the press print a story about us buying or selling a player does not make it true. Politicians have learnt effectively how to lie from what the press have taught them.
posted by Mr B P (Guest) - Sunday 23rd June 2024, 10:48 AM
 
No business till after euros
posted by Ipitombi I (Guest) - Tuesday 25th June 2024, 10:29 AM
 
There will be no additions until after the PSR reset on June 30th
posted by perspective FFC (Guest) - Tuesday 25th June 2024, 2:46 PM
 
 
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Saturday 22nd June 2024, 3:59 PM



 
Pereira 28,perlinaha28/29,iwobi 28goalie30+ it makes you wonder without silvas input the scouting is very minimal no young guns found around the world just scouting around the old people’s homes,we are desperate for assets,munis will have to spend this season to progress and consolidate from last season to be an asset,robinson 26 is a asset bit younger but we have add one from Wigan.Youth is now improved younger in 21s,out on loan a bit younger seem more competitive still not enough coming through but our scouting still weak,and our asset the stand still no rush to get it finished seems strange it still slow on the work side to get extra income is their a reason the spar of hotel no progress whatsoever ever strange hope they get bars open for everyday use summers here.
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Promising young players are very expensive. Older players with three or four good years ahead are a much better bet for a club with our resources. A younger player who proves he is brilliant will move to a bigger club, older players are more likely to stay and will be much better value.
posted by Mr B P (Guest) - Saturday 22nd June 2024, 4:45 PM
 
Days are gone when you play for the future long term planning gets you the sack these days ( not that there bothered refer you to potter and the chelsea muppet for starters money for old rope
posted by Ipitombi (Guest) - Tuesday 25th June 2024, 11:22 AM
 
 
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Saturday 22nd June 2024, 11:12 AM



 
The Evolution of Football From Past to Present Soccer has evolved from its beginnings in ancient cultures to become the world's most popular sport. It emerged in England in the 19th century and spread globally with the creation of FIFA. Key innovations, such as offside rules and the modern leather ball, changed the game. The tactical revolution of the "total game" influenced subsequent generations. In the modern era, technology and globalization have transformed soccer. Inter Granada CF Academy trains young talent and adapts to changes in soccer education. Soccer continues to excite and connect people around the world. If you’ve ever wondered how the sport has evolved over time, you’re in the right place. In this article, we will explore the fascinating history of soccer and how it has undergone constant growth and change over the years. From its humble beginnings to becoming the most popular and exciting sport in the world, soccer has captured the hearts of millions of people across the globe. Get ready to discover how soccer has transformed over the centuries and how Inter Granada CF Academy wants to contribute to this evolution. The Beginnings of Football: A Rising Passion Soccer has its roots in ancient games played in different cultures around the world. From the ancient Chinese and Egyptians to the Greeks and Romans, many civilizations already enjoyed activities similar to the soccer we know today. However, modern soccer as we know it began to take shape in England in the mid-19th century. At that time, soccer was a rudimentary sport, with no standardized rules and a ball made of leather stuffed with feathers or animal bladders. The Growth of Soccer: The Popularization of a Sport As time passed, soccer began to gain popularity at the local and regional level in England. The first soccer associations began to emerge, establishing rules and organizing competitions. The growth of soccer was unstoppable, and by the end of the 19th century, the sport had spread throughout Europe and South America. The creation of FIFA (Fédération Internationale de Football Association) in 1904 was an important milestone for the development and global expansion of soccer. Innovations that Marked a Before and After As soccer established itself as a popular sport, important innovations took place that forever changed the way the game is played. The introduction of the offside rule in 1866, the creation of the modern leather ball in 1872 and the standardization of field dimensions were just some of the key transformations that helped lay the foundations of modern soccer. The Tactical Revolution and the Total Game In the 1960s and 1970s, soccer underwent a tactical revolution with the advent of the “total game.” Teams such as Ajax Amsterdam and the Netherlands national team led this innovative approach, based on player mobility, fluidity and versatility. This way of playing soccer influenced later generations and changed the way the game was perceived. Soccer in the Modern Era: Technology and Globalization In the modern era, soccer has witnessed technological advances that have enhanced the experience for both players and spectators. The implementation of VAR (Video Assistant Referee) has allowed for fairer and more accurate on-field decisions, while advances in television broadcasting have brought soccer closer to millions of people around the world. In addition, globalization has led to the formation of international leagues and the transfer of players between different countries, enriching the diversity and competitiveness of soccer worldwide.
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It’s not called soccer.
posted by Patricia O’Doors (Guest) - Saturday 22nd June 2024, 2:14 PM
 
Linguistically creative students at the University of Oxford in the 1880s distinguished between the sports of “rugger” (rugby football) and “assoccer” (association football). The latter term was further shortened to “soccer” (sometimes spelled “socker”), and the name quickly spread beyond the campus
posted by Science crazy (Guest) - Monday 24th June 2024, 7:40 AM
 
Var useless was again last night someone’s opinion might as well let the ref decide never known a ref to be wrong yet !!
posted by Ipitombi (Guest) - Monday 24th June 2024, 5:23 PM
 
Owens brother !!
posted by Ioitombi (Guest) - Monday 24th June 2024, 5:25 PM
 
Owens brother !!
posted by Ioitombi (Guest) - Monday 24th June 2024, 5:25 PM
 
It’s still not called soccer. Students should stick to spraying monuments orange or gluing themselves to things. Better still, they should all f@ck off to Gaza and start spraying things where I’m sure they’ll be met with a cheery wave and a smile. I may have stumbled on the Rwanda b site…..
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Monday 24th June 2024, 5:31 PM
 
 
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Girls Aloud ticket prices slashed...
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Paid the full price! Any chance of a refund?
posted by Clair. (Guest) - Saturday 22nd June 2024, 4:48 AM
 
Had them in my cab once. Lovely ladies!
posted by Bert Crappie. (Guest) - Saturday 22nd June 2024, 4:51 AM
 
sarah harding was really lovely. terribly sad about her. hope it goes well for them.
posted by spice (Guest) - Saturday 22nd June 2024, 10:55 AM
 
Benefits mustn’t be as generous as we’re led to believe. Wonder if the screeching harridans will be on the same tour bus together and how long they’ll take to start tearing each other’s hair out. Actually, to be honest, couldn’t give a f¥ck. Vote Reform.
posted by Patricia O’Doors (Guest) - Saturday 22nd June 2024, 2:13 PM
 
With you mistress O'Doors...
posted by Patricia O'drawers. (Guest) - Saturday 22nd June 2024, 3:31 PM
 
Have you done what I’ve done to transition, girly shower gel and lipsyl and using it as an excuse to invade female spaces or have you gone ‘full Izzard’?
posted by Patricia O’Doors (Guest) - Saturday 22nd June 2024, 4:36 PM
 
There are contributors on this site who would like girls not to be allowed to anything that is not approved by them.
posted by Mr B P (Guest) - Saturday 22nd June 2024, 4:58 PM
 
Now now The Time Is Now BP. Don’t insult us ladies.
posted by Patricia O’Doors (Guest) - Saturday 22nd June 2024, 5:15 PM
 
They are entitled to their opinions been in female company watching euros and they concede females not the same as male counterparts and they squeal a lot
posted by Ipitombi (Guest) - Monday 24th June 2024, 5:29 PM
 
Stop boasting Ipi, you dirty dawg. Scream indeed. You should stop climbing through bedroom windows with that mask on.
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Monday 24th June 2024, 8:43 PM
 
 
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So next season it is looking like we will be losing Robinson,Muniz,Bobby Decorator, Perreira and possibly Palhunha! Wow. That doesn't leave too much. But I am confident Marco has his Plan B in place in this eventualiity. In spite of these potentially vital player losses, our great manager has plans in place I am sure. Those who leave may look back with regret when we finish in the top 6 next season! Yes,my glass is always half full!
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Nobody wants to stay at Fulham, wonder why?
posted by Real Ted (Guest) - Saturday 22nd June 2024, 7:42 AM
 
It’s not they don’t want to stay meat head it’s because we want to sell them to secure our top 10 finish this season !
posted by John (Guest) - Saturday 22nd June 2024, 7:52 AM
 
Steve Wigley is sad now Luke Harris is 19 that he is not a first team regular for Fulham
posted by Sam (Guest) - Saturday 22nd June 2024, 10:22 AM
 
mal, where do you get all this mis-information from?. its not looking anything like that at all. the jp -bayern transfer may not go through because fulham are digging their heels in over the price, and the rest of your woes were all taken, presumably off that doyen of innacuracy, newsnow. i thought bobby c-r was a player released anyway. if you are confident about next season, a lot on here arent., so good on you there, but please dont take all these stories as gospel.
posted by mastos (Guest) - Saturday 22nd June 2024, 10:49 AM
 
real ted, with a post like yours, you can only support one club. another of your many aliases, of course. p.s-wrong as usual.
posted by johnny oxford (Guest) - Saturday 22nd June 2024, 10:59 AM
 
Mastos,all of my comments are based on info readily available in "Fulham Transfer News". Surely not fake news. Have a read sometime
posted by Aussie Mal (Guest) - Sunday 23rd June 2024, 7:02 PM
 
aussie mal, good, at least it is connected to the club. i was basically mentioning that you stated in your banner lead "so it looks like" we will lose all those players, when no real business is presently being done, with all the focus presently being on the euros. palinha is presently playing, and if he does well, fulham would have every right to demand the65 mil. for him. bayern know this as well.i do believe there wont be the mass exodus suggested by so many, maybe jp will go in the end- then maybe not. i still share your optimism for next season
posted by mastos (Guest) - Monday 24th June 2024, 11:23 AM
 
 
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Watching Gary Lineker and Alan Shearer rip into Harry Kane I thought was unfair (a bit like blaming the goalkeeper when the opposition scores a goal, they are not always to blame). When Harry Kane had the ball in the Danes penalty area he scored, had he had the ball more times in the area he would have scored more. We have to face it, until we have more English born and bred players playing in our Premier League we are never going to repeat 1966. Beside we had a Manager then, who is Gareth Southgate?, he only ever managed Middlesboro for three years (and got relegated in the third). Nice man, but nice men do not win football tournaments. We should have had Brian Clough or Jack Charlton, but they were too outspoken for the board at the FA. Who seem to know FA if they pay Southgate more than any other manager in Germany.
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The same Kane that kept coming deep , almost playing centre half instead of staying up front making runs , making a nuisance of himself against the Danish defence ! Drop him for the next game.
posted by Bob (Guest) - Friday 21st June 2024, 10:10 PM
 
Mitro used to do the same thing in some games, drifting too far downfield and out of position and no pace to get forward. Maybe Southgate is following a Fulham blueprint...
posted by OWEN - Friday 21st June 2024, 11:31 PM
 
there is not much else to select from, toney has been anonymous since his ban ended, watkins has not impressed much when he has started. maybe they could try this "false" number nine that is sometimes tried, but knowing england, that wouldnt work either.
posted by mastos (Guest) - Saturday 22nd June 2024, 10:29 AM
 
Home before Scotland? Vote Reform.
posted by Patricia O’Doors (Guest) - Saturday 22nd June 2024, 2:15 PM
 
My problem with Nigel Farage is that he is too one-sided and besides Brexit and migrants he does not have any good plans or ideas how to run the economy and the country. A £20 an hour wage limit before tax sounds fantastic and we would all like that one but sadly we are broke and the economy needs a steady hand and thinker. I don't think much about the Bank of England chap Bailey but now it makes sense to follow through with the Bank of England's falling rates and i trust Jeremy Hunt with money more than the next Chancellor Rachel Reeves who thinks she knows about money because she was a chess champion back at school. Educated at a comprehensive level does not trump or stack up against Sunak or Hunt and Rachel Reeves will spend the next five years blaming the conservatives for their mess in 14 years which is nonsense because of covid and war etc, they were forced to print and give the money out. Inflation is falling gradually and this is the natural and steady way to get ourselves back to some sort of normality. Our problem in society now is that we are looking in the wrong direction and flapping ourselves down rabbit holes and pointing fingers at the rich and we will pay a price for say bringing down education and top schools. Starmer who will bend anywhere where the wind blows for cheap votes does not have a clue and i think when the heat gets to hot in the kitchen Starmer will quit for the sake of his family. Sunak is a numbers man and he does not make a good leader but he is mostly correct on figures and money, this is what those top boys are good at love them or loathe them. Can you imagine God taking away King Solomon's riches just because he was too rich? We all want more money but a socialist society and government will send us on the wrong path. Real proper business people will not come to England and some are starting to pack up and leave because of flip-flopping Starmer and a Rachel Reeves who can't do the maths. Reform will look down on everybody who look foreign and assume they all come of the boats in Dover and thats the problem with those guys and Farage is not the guy to lead a nation...
posted by OWEN - Sunday 23rd June 2024, 1:40 AM
 
Nonsense, Rishi Sunak more qualified to lead a nation? Hehehe. Where did you get £20 per hour minimum wage from? I assume you’re asking about the proposed £20,000 tax threshold which will slash billions off the benefits bill and take hundreds of thousands of pensioners out of fiscal drag through paying income tax? Sounds eminently sensible to me. The leader of the SNP, whose sole policy is to break up the Union calling Farage a traitor? Cut the cr@p. Vote Reform.
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Sunday 23rd June 2024, 12:51 PM
 
Paddy let's be honest here, Farage will not be winning anything anytime soon. The one big idea he brought to the table was the suggestion that there should be no tax on a wage up to £20 an hour and that would have been pie in the sky and unaffordable. We know the Tories will lose by a landslide because they can't stop messing up and the winner by a distance is Starmer and Labour. Interest rates are coming down properly now and just after Labour come in, it is most likely that Bailey will cut interest rates and guess what? Starmer, Reeves the chess champion at 14, Angela high boots Rayner and the rest will claim the credit for lower interest rates. But we all know who should take the credit, and that would be Jeremy Hunt. My maths is not the best but most half-intelligent people will know that Jeremy Hunt is the real brains behind that lot. The Tories are the masters of their own destruction but you got to go on past form and elections won and the record shows that the Conservatives are the leaders and their record stands up. Tony Blair broke that hoodoo and he did a very good job for Labour. Starmer and his lot don't have the brains to run anything but a sweet shop. I would love to be wrong but we will see...
posted by OWEN - Sunday 23rd June 2024, 10:03 PM
 
If you vote for him, he will come. Vote Reform.
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Sunday 23rd June 2024, 10:10 PM
 
Think we should look at the likes of Leicester ffp Everton on their knees chelsea must be due a clear out to balance books Luton must be three decent players in that lot somewhere
posted by Ipotombi (Guest) - Tuesday 25th June 2024, 11:28 AM
 
Same old story play to your strengths feed harry in and around area got those so good wonder boys looks like they ain’t so good when they are in decent Company all our wonder kids would not get in a euro eleven
posted by Ipitombi (Guest) - Tuesday 25th June 2024, 11:33 AM
 
 
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This chaos at euros has to be down to coaching not players , all that so called talent seems not interested as though they are not happy with the set up ,no gaols bit like ffc, tip tap bit like ffc, passing back to keeper ,bit like ffc ,see a pattern is emerging and then we all call it a day if no goals are being scored ,bit like ffc , so this mob could be ffc in early seasom warm up, we have no strikers as such most of them in prem are all overseas players were are the strikers with bubble and squeak running through there blood.?
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Has to be halal now. Nowadays I can’t enjoy eating anything unless it’s had it’s throat cut and died in agony , even carrots.
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Whitstable school accused of gay pride ' indoctrination '...
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Peter Cushing lived in Whitstable, how could they…..
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Friday 21st June 2024, 11:03 PM
 
Can I get there using my Oyster card ?
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Steve Wright was in Whitstable some afternoons.
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As Real Scout reported weeks ago Robinson will leave for Liverpool or Arsenal at a fee of £30m plus add ons.
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As The Real Ted said weeks ago, we can all read Newsnow idiot
posted by The Real Ted (Guest) - Friday 21st June 2024, 1:04 PM
 
Real Scout ... Thank you for your information ! very useful as usual ....
posted by Morpheus - The God of Dreams and Sleep (Guest) - Friday 21st June 2024, 1:25 PM
 
Come on Ted, lets keep the message board in a good level it is time for you to stop being childish and stop name calling people is not nice otherwise you are going to the naughty corner lol
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Robinson isn't for sale.
posted by Perspective FFC (Guest) - Friday 21st June 2024, 2:00 PM
 
Robinson isn't for sale.
posted by Perspective FFC (Guest) - Friday 21st June 2024, 2:00 PM
 
so, its you back, and once more, its more childish, creepy rubbish from that little boo who goes by the name of real scout, morpheus, snout, and many others. whoever you are, and its pretty clear you are using different names, your soppy schoolboy outburst last sunday was sad, you have been told before that you cant take the criticism when you get it, and this sleep obsession is stupid. nothing you ever post is sensible or practical. i dont know why you need to make two posts to answer one, like you have just done with mastos and ted- they are probably laughing at your gibberish offerings.
posted by heres hughie (Guest) - Friday 21st June 2024, 3:58 PM
 
good call hughie. i had hoped he had gone after last week, but he has reared his infant head for all to pat once again with the same dross. i feel sorry for him mostly, as he only has his many aliases as mates, but what do you expect?. lets have a wager on his next sulky text. what about the same odds as the boos being relegated?. not worth it- too short.
posted by mastos (Guest) - Friday 21st June 2024, 4:24 PM
 
Ted , heres hughie, mastos ... we all know you are the same person just give a little break to us and go back to your FIFA Manager 1994 lol
posted by Morpheus - The God of Dreams & Sleep (Guest) - Saturday 22nd June 2024, 11:03 AM
 
unlike your seven creations, there is just me, i was on here long before hughie, or your silly selves, for that matter.as you had bleated only last weekend, there is no need for tw-and theres only one paddy, im not him either.o identities, so in your case, thats a bit hypocritical. . fact is,baby morph. have completely, as usual, got it a&se upwards about ted, he would tell you that. perhaps im the real archbishop as well?
posted by mastos (Guest) - Saturday 22nd June 2024, 2:51 PM
 
sorry about that, i accidentally posted while spell checking.i can assure you i am not also hughie, and as for ted, hes been on here longer than me. im also not the real archbishop, paddy, rich of cambridge or any of the others on this site, none of them posess the massive chip you appear to have on your shoulder. when you said "we know", are they all your other aliases? i really think you should simmer down a tad. ive explained, theres nothing more to add. back to the nursery withyou---
posted by mastos (Guest) - Saturday 22nd June 2024, 3:02 PM
 
I’m Patricia today. Thought I’d give the gender thing a try, although so far it’s only consisted of using Mrs O’Doors Dove shower crème and trimming my nose hairs. Oh and toilets at Acton Town flooded again with urine so me being female used the ladies. Not much better to be honest. The overweight barrier man was in apoplexy, never seen someone that fat move so fast. Told him he can’t speak to ladies that way or I’d report him for a hate crime, might alight at Turnham Green for a few days though, let him calm down. Shame he can’t motivate himself to move when the yoofs crash through the barriers without paying. Vote Reform.
posted by Patricia O’Doors (Guest) - Saturday 22nd June 2024, 3:13 PM
 
the last two posters seem to be getting just a bit heated, and its not the nature of this site really. i have read mastos in the past and he is always honest. as for morpheus, he is probably a lot younger, as shown in that lol at the end. i say to you. show that you are the man, avoid accusations and insults, and you will become a welcome and much respected contributor.
posted by whitstable roy (Guest) - Saturday 22nd June 2024, 3:19 PM
 
whitstable roy I would advise you to read all the posts and see who is who and who is saying what before telling people what to do ! Cheeeeeersssss
posted by Morpheus - The God of Dreams & Sleep (Guest) - Saturday 22nd June 2024, 9:37 PM
 
C¥nt.
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Saturday 22nd June 2024, 10:18 PM
 
I wonder why you feel comfortable saying that Paddy O'Doors
posted by Morpheus - The God of Dreams & Sleep (Guest) - Monday 24th June 2024, 7:49 AM
 
m,tgos, i think this has been coming for a long, long time. you always tell people what they should do, and now you have annoyed one of the sites longest posting contributors. i am sorry he has reverted to partially using that word, but as your sole purpose appears to be to just activate a wind-up every time you rear your little head, its no real surprise. now, this link has been going on for four days now, started by a person who has many aliases. its time to close it, and to move onto much more interesting subjects, such as luke harris. any replies wont be entertained-time to move on.
posted by theres only one heres hughie (Guest) - Monday 24th June 2024, 11:10 AM
 
30 mill double that for a start !
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Hi all, just to let you know that a new episode of the Friends of Fulham Podcast is now available to listen to an download. On this this show, we discuss the new 2024/25 Fixture List, the newly elected Fulham Advisory Board, Transfers so far, and if everyone is enjoying the Euros https://shows.acast.com/friendsoffulham/episodes/focusing-on-fixtures
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Will you be discussing the state of the nation in the coming years? It’s 2029 The UK Oil and Gas industry is no more so Reform need to rebuild and start to open up again. BP and Shell have left the UK with others and the revenue loss of 6 billion and 500k jobs needs to be restored. BAE cannot build and ships, tanks or planes as we have no steel plants in the UK. We have no steel plants. to much emissions. The Car Industry is all but gone with the loss of 50 thousand jobs. must not have any emissions. Manufacture has gone as we cannot make anything that produces emissions. The UK has no private schools. We cannot build any roads as this will create to many emissions. The UK has imported another 5 millions and we still have an unchanged NHS still in crisis. 1.5m homes built, causing massive flooding but we need to build another 1.5m just to keep up with population growth. Or will you be sticking to the football?
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n the early 19th century footballers wore any pair of leather boots in their possession. Some players nailed bits of leather to their soles to give them a better grip during games. In 1863 the Football Association introduced Rule 13 that stated: "No one wearing projecting nails, iron plates or gutta percha on the soles of his boots is allowed to play." In 1886 saw the introduction of studs. Ellis Patent Boot Studs advertised their product with a letter from a footballer who claimed that they were "a wonderful improvement in making football boots suitable for any weather." It was not until 1891 that the Football Association allowed boots to be fitted with studs. However, it was stipulated that they had to be "made of leather and did not project more than half an inch, and they had their fastenings driven in flush with the leather." By the time that the Football League began in 1888 several companies were manufacturing specialised football boots. Boots were made of thick leather, which stretched above the ankle. The toe area was made of hardened leather as at the time it was usual for players to toe-kick the ball rather than use the instep. It was not long before all football boots were fitted with leather studs. According to the The Encyclopedia of British Football: "Many players used to buy their boots on the small side and stand in a hot bath allowing them to expand, the aim being to mould the boot to suit the size of their feet." In 1937 the top amateur footballer, F. N. S. Creek, published his book, Association Football. He suggested that after buying a pair of football boots "sit on the edge of the bath with the boots soaking in tepid water for about half an hour". He then adds: "The boots are next allowed to dry slowly - not in front of the fire - and are finally well greased with dubbin." Jackie Milburn was a coalminer in Ashington who joined Newcastle United in 1943. He points out in his autobiography that he used to wear a new pair of boots down the pit where conditions were often wet. Even after he became a full-time professional footballer he still used this strategy. He rejected the lightweight books given to him by the England management in 1950: "I always wore a size-six football boot even though my feet were size eight, so I used to break in a new pair by wearing them without socks and soaking them in cold water to mould them to my feet. I always preferred heavier soles to put some clout in my shots. Those new lightweights weren't for me." The author of this article remembers as a child in the 1950s being told by his father to wear his new football boots in the bath. In the mid-1950s Adidas introduced boots with interchangeable screw-in studs made of rubber or plastic for varying weather conditions. Modern football boots are lightweight and are cut low around the ankle and have a soft toecap. This does expose the ankle to greater injury risk but top players argue that these new boots enable them to run faster and give them a "better feel of the ball". Nike claim that the football boots made for Wayne Rooney called T90 Laser make use of the latest technology. High-motion cameras at 1,000-frames per second and reflective markers on Rooney's body allowed Nike to measure how his feet behaved when running, passing and shooting. Then they evaluated how consistently he struck the ball using the shotshield technology on the sweet spot and how this influenced the direction through spin and power. Nike discovered that the strike is more powerful and its trajectory consistent when the biggest concentration of mass connects with the ball. Nike therefore placed rings, made of hardened plastic, to increase the density of the sweet spot. The sole of the boot was also made of a higher density material to stabilise the plant foot when shooting.
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I will not put the boot in.
posted by Mr B P (Guest) - Friday 21st June 2024, 12:15 PM
 
A good 'Boot' article! Funnily enough, i thought you would give us a Boot lesson combined with England and the choppy surface which saw the likes of Kyle Walker slip up on the greasy surface which highlights the need for a better boot you would think? Personally i think a good pair of plimsolls might have done the trick for England on that surface last night. Plimsolls were what we were given back in the days and we are still 'er' living to tell the tale. Some are overpaid and over-rated to say the truth and maybe going back to basic attire would bring out a better performance...
posted by OWEN - Friday 21st June 2024, 12:17 PM
 
Would like to see more people 'Step-up' on this post, please!!!!
posted by OWEN - Friday 21st June 2024, 12:19 PM
 
Oliver Tobias was in the stud. Don’t think it was about football. Joan Collins was fit then though. Remember the old joke? You can only get 4 fingers in a Kitkat. They come in all shapes and flavours now, Kitkats that is.
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Friday 21st June 2024, 3:17 PM
 
My favourite film is Das Boot.
posted by Jurgen Cop (Guest) - Friday 21st June 2024, 6:13 PM
 
I don’t think galoshes are an actual boot. More an overshoe in my opinion. Of course they’d be handy in a submarine, an umbrella, not so much.
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Friday 21st June 2024, 11:09 PM
 
Jimmy Saville worked on a submarine, tor pedo anyone !
posted by John (Guest) - Saturday 22nd June 2024, 8:03 AM
 
john, that was just a bit too deep.
posted by stubborn of wapping (Guest) - Saturday 22nd June 2024, 10:35 AM
 
 
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If the England set-up against Denmark last night was an experiment, then it is a plan gone wrong and Southgate needs to pull a rabbit out of the magic hat quickly at the Euros. Players playing out of their comfort zones is a risky strategy going into the next round against better teams. Even the likes of our Tom Cairney would have done a better job popping the ball about in triangles and pockets of keep-ball and what we do at Fulham. When you see the likes of Hojbjerg, Morten the goal scorer and Erkiksen pinging the ball about and controlling the midfield, things are bad for England. By the way while we are on the subject, i rate Hojbjerg who i gave a big shout-up on here and i think we missed a chance to get him now. I still think we need to sign another playmaker in with Tom Cairney who isn't getting any younger because H Reed is not the answer in that role. If Palhinha is going there are further huge gaps in our midfield and a serious defensive operator is needed alongside somebody who is a bit more astute and intelligent at keepball going forward. Our first game up at Utd could be a harsh lesson and a thrashing if we don't sign good-quality players to replace those going out in this league. Any attempts to do it on the cheap will fail more than ever now unless we are very lucky or jammy as they say and that is a million to one gamble if we go down that road. A bad start and run of games this season will be too much and we really don't want to play catch up for points and wins after Christmas. In the meantime enjoy the Euro's and remember this is a window shopping opportunity for most and teams will be scouting for players and 'er' bargains. Lets hope we pick some good ones...
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To slow.
posted by Mr B P (Guest) - Friday 21st June 2024, 12:16 PM
 
 
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Club level he supports Newcastle
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Luke on holiday with family in Guernsey
posted by Sam (Guest) - Friday 21st June 2024, 3:56 AM
 
LUKE THE NUKE
posted by Mike (Guest) - Friday 21st June 2024, 4:53 AM
 
It seems not for long ..
posted by Francis (Guest) - Friday 21st June 2024, 7:06 AM
 
I’ve heard of Stan Brown but not this Harris Geezer.
posted by Gulpreet (Guest) - Friday 21st June 2024, 7:20 AM
 
Luke Harris is over the moon that Rob Page has been sacked from his manager role of the Welsh National team
posted by Pete (Guest) - Friday 21st June 2024, 10:47 AM
 
And how do you know that ?
posted by Bob (Guest) - Friday 21st June 2024, 11:07 AM
 
be honest luke-you have posted these offerings all along, you cheeky scamp!.
posted by mastos (Guest) - Friday 21st June 2024, 11:27 AM
 
Luke never got a cap under Rob Page so he looking forward to a new manager coming in though he has been told to avoid another loan with Exeter for the sake of his career
posted by Pete (Guest) - Friday 21st June 2024, 11:39 AM
 
Luke’s a proud Englishman for sure.
posted by Bob (Guest) - Friday 21st June 2024, 12:04 PM
 
Luke sadly only agreed to be part of the Welsh set up as he won’t be selected for England U21s way too many good players ahead of him. What is strange is that Fulham always refer to him as a Welshman in interviews he is a born and bred Englishman who supports Newcastle
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I hope you are all enjoying the two Doris pitch side at the England game, haven’t got a clue what their talking about, shopping and handbags I think.
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Repeat of the Sweeney on ITV4. Might help to remind you lot of when England was a proper country instead of watching a bunch of overpaid premier donnas mincing around the fatherland. There’s also ‘the Christmas in June’ season for those of you of a more delicate disposition on Great Movies.
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Thursday 20th June 2024, 4:52 PM
 
i cant agree with you willie, without being labelled sexist. i am all for women in football, but not to the extent they are taking it at present. i can understand after the success of the lionesses that there is the motivation to promote the womens game, but not this tournament, to this degree. i await the obvious backlash, give me ten minutes to put my armour on---
posted by gilbert (Guest) - Thursday 20th June 2024, 5:27 PM
 
when the womens world cup was on last year, there was hardly a single male about anywhere on either channel. .why then are they so freely allowed on mens- or isint that point allowed?. only one crumb of comfort- that gobby farah williams isint there- yet.
posted by gregory gimble (Guest) - Thursday 20th June 2024, 5:35 PM
 
The two Doris are giving their “ expert “ opinion again pitch side. I’ve turned off
posted by Rainbow Gaydar the woke warrior. (Guest) - Thursday 20th June 2024, 6:01 PM
 
The men were doing the washing up while the women were busy
posted by Don't call me darling (Guest) - Thursday 20th June 2024, 6:02 PM
 
Anyone know the score in the England match? I got caught up watching the submarine racing on Eurosport.
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Thursday 20th June 2024, 7:57 PM
 
I have a huge flangina with a 3 piece sweet hanging out but I'm a women I tink
posted by Greg (Guest) - Thursday 20th June 2024, 8:14 PM
 
dont you mean suite?- then again maybe not. good luck anyway.
posted by gregory gimble (Guest) - Friday 21st June 2024, 11:14 AM
 
 
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Silva set to leave and Potter lined up to take over.
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Old news from last year.
posted by Jim (Guest) - Thursday 20th June 2024, 9:14 AM
 
septic pig i can guess your club. stop coming on here and telling lies
posted by jonah (Guest) - Thursday 20th June 2024, 11:38 AM
 
same close season as always- nothing to discuss, so an idiot comes on here and invents a stupid story, which is this one totally. septic peg?-more like poison!
posted by heres hughie (Guest) - Thursday 20th June 2024, 11:47 AM
 
this rumour was on the newsnow site today, on the hitc web. simon jordan said he thought potter would be a good replacement for silva IF he ever left the club- not that is any of his business anyway. septic has either misunderstood the story, or just twisted it round.
posted by mastos (Guest) - Thursday 20th June 2024, 12:11 PM
 
Why would he leave, his plan for our progress is still developing.
posted by Mr B P (Guest) - Thursday 20th June 2024, 1:37 PM
 
hes not leaving anyway, mr bp. its just septic slug causing its usual trouble.
posted by heres hughie (Guest) - Thursday 20th June 2024, 5:38 PM
 
Rumour created by Simon Jordan…. What’s it got to do with him? If he rated Potter as a manager he’d be with Palace.
posted by Dellers (Guest) - Thursday 20th June 2024, 7:47 PM
 
Might be a refreshing change. Surely the bespectacled, tousled boy wizard will change Fulham’s fortunes with a rousing cry of ‘goalscorio!’
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Thursday 20th June 2024, 7:55 PM
 
So Snout/Morpheus/Spoofslayer has added Septic Pig to his list of aliases, must be back from Bognor with his Mum and Mum.
posted by Ted (Guest) - Thursday 20th June 2024, 11:29 PM
 
ted, none of these have been on the site since the second ones tantrum last sunday, whatever soppy name he dreams up, we will know he is just a bitter little man.
posted by mastos (Guest) - Friday 21st June 2024, 11:21 AM
 
Ted ... are you in love with me ? leave me alone ... I told you already I do not need to use different names ...
posted by Morpheus - The God of Dreams and Sleep (Guest) - Friday 21st June 2024, 1:15 PM
 
mastos really ? oooh dear ... it is a shame ... I am missing myself .... I order you to go back to spleep !
posted by Morpheus - The God of Dreams and Sleep (Guest) - Friday 21st June 2024, 1:19 PM
 
spleep?
posted by mastos (Guest) - Friday 21st June 2024, 4:27 PM
 
morphie, i told you to always use the spellcheck- now leave these adults alone, you naughty little dab.
posted by mum of morpheus (Guest) - Saturday 22nd June 2024, 10:20 AM
 
 
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With his family
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Thanks for the update. I hope he has a good time, but he needs to stay mentally strong and concentrate on his football.
posted by Salmon Skins (Guest) - Thursday 20th June 2024, 8:05 AM
 
Luke is waiting on the green light from Fulham to agree a full seasons loan back to Exeter
posted by Pete (Guest) - Thursday 20th June 2024, 8:17 AM
 
Only the best team for Luke !
posted by Bob (Guest) - Thursday 20th June 2024, 8:51 AM
 
Exeter is fan owned they love his work rate and the way he jumps into tackles
posted by Pete (Guest) - Thursday 20th June 2024, 9:49 AM
 
Not according to the Exeter message board.
posted by Bob (Guest) - Thursday 20th June 2024, 10:49 AM
 
Luke Who? But I’ve heard of John Cutbush.
posted by Mr Nobody (Guest) - Thursday 20th June 2024, 12:53 PM
 
I hope Exeter decide to sign him and we accept a price they can afford. He is never going to be a Premier League player no matter how many loans he goes on.
posted by Mr B P (Guest) - Thursday 20th June 2024, 1:41 PM
 
Exeter will be a season long loan only. Luke has a contract with Fulham until 2026 with an option for a further year. It will be extended again next summer. Luke will not want to leave Fulham because of his high wages
posted by Pete (Guest) - Thursday 20th June 2024, 2:09 PM
 
If Fiulham don’t sell Luke Harris to Exeter we will have the next 4 years of basically everything Luke Harris
posted by Sam (Guest) - Thursday 20th June 2024, 3:08 PM
 
Hopefully he’s gone to Clapton so he can help campaign for the UK’s saviour, St Nigel of the downtrodden.
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Thursday 20th June 2024, 4:41 PM
 
It’s Clacton old boy .
posted by John (Guest) - Thursday 20th June 2024, 4:49 PM
 
Predictive text, obviously far left activist tentacles reaching everywhere. They’ll be painting the site orange next.
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Gay pride flag on display at school in Whitstable.
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Thanks for letting me know. I will be planning gay pride striped blazers for that great school.
posted by Diane Abbott (Guest) - Thursday 20th June 2024, 5:05 AM
 
It really changes everything, being able to hang up a rainbow flag. It really makes me appreciate all types of people. I am a new man.
posted by Gay Pride (Guest) - Thursday 20th June 2024, 8:06 AM
 
Best tv show ever.
posted by Bungle (Guest) - Thursday 20th June 2024, 9:17 AM
 
yus juffray.
posted by altomobises (Guest) - Thursday 20th June 2024, 11:58 AM
 
There was a boy in my scout troop in the early seventies we called Daisey he would have loved a rainbow flag. The scout leaders loved him as well so much so that he slept in their tent at night.
posted by Percy Barnesby. (Guest) - Thursday 20th June 2024, 1:47 PM
 
Enough to put me off my oysters. Why do they need a whole month? Couldn’t they at least have it in February?
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Thursday 20th June 2024, 4:43 PM
 
 
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Frank Lampard and Thomas Frank... two useless managers awful, fat people running arand like dare aint uh mozza
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Amazing as the second game can never be the first ;)
posted by The Time Is Ncw - Wednesday 19th June 2024, 9:44 PM
 
Your dad is a toolmaker.
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Wednesday 19th June 2024, 10:00 PM
 
Keir Starmers father was a tool maker, really, well he made the biggest tool of all, when you were born Keir.
posted by AC (Guest) - Wednesday 19th June 2024, 10:07 PM
 
Anybody but those rich Tory liars !
posted by Jim (Guest) - Wednesday 19th June 2024, 10:16 PM
 
Why are Turkey in the Euros? It’s a disgrace. Only teams From the European Union should be allowed!!!!!!!
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Wednesday 19th June 2024, 10:52 PM
 
More kofta?
posted by Boris O'J. (Guest) - Thursday 20th June 2024, 4:19 AM
 
Part of Turkey is in Europe.
posted by Mr B P (Guest) - Thursday 20th June 2024, 8:04 AM
 
Its part of the process of the is lamb ifacation of europe
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A football is a prolate spheroid, and it's shaped that way because that's also the shape of an inflated pig's bladder, which is what the first footballs were made of. Soccer balls were also made of pig's bladders, but as soon as technology permitted, those balls got rounder, which made them easier to kick
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Everything has to be Halal now.
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Wednesday 19th June 2024, 3:33 PM
 
2030 CRAVEN COTTAGE will be a luxury residential complex on the side of the thames. A plaque will state that for over 150 yrs it was the home of Fulham Football Club.
posted by Insider (Guest) - Wednesday 19th June 2024, 4:56 PM
 
The smart money is on it being a mosque surrounded by gimmigrant affordable housing. Must say I can’t wait for ladies teams to play in all black with faces covered and missed open goals rewarded by a sound thrashing with a clapper.
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Wednesday 19th June 2024, 5:29 PM
 
All in that small cottage ?
posted by Tim nice but dim (Guest) - Wednesday 19th June 2024, 6:21 PM
 
That’s sounds nice( wake up you will be late for work little bee muppet )
posted by Ipitombi (Guest) - Wednesday 19th June 2024, 7:09 PM
 
Can u be the clapper slapper
posted by Ipitombi (Guest) - Wednesday 19th June 2024, 7:11 PM
 
A slapper with a clapper?
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Wednesday 19th June 2024, 10:53 PM
 
These conversations seem to be going round in circles.
posted by Mr B P (Guest) - Thursday 20th June 2024, 8:06 AM
 
insider- is there a plaque on your old rubbish tip at gruffalo park? so we are going to demolish a brand new stand after only five years?. just because your club cant afford to build anything, and have to rent. you will eventually groundshare with isleworth. go away bitter one.
posted by outsider- (Guest) - Thursday 20th June 2024, 12:31 PM
 
 
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The first football clubs Football clubs have existed since the 15th century, but unorganized and without official status. It is therefore hard to decide which the first football club was. Some historians suggest that it was the Foot-Ball Club formed 1824 in Edinburgh. Early clubs were often formed by former school students and the first of this kind was formed in Sheffield in 1855. The oldest among professional football clubs is the English club Notts County that was formed in 1862 and still exists today. An important step for the emergence of teams was the industrialization that led to larger groups of people meeting at places such as factories, pubs and churches. Football teams were established in the larger cities and the new railroads could bring them to other cities. In the beginning, football was dominated by public school teams, but later, teams consisting by workers would make up the majority. Another change was successively taking place when some clubs became willing to pay the best players to join their team. This would be the start of a long period of transition, not without friction, in which the game would develop to a professional level. The motivation behind paying players was not only to win more matches. In the 1880s the interest in the game has moved ahead to a level that tickets were sold to the matches. And finally, in 1885 professional football was legalized and three years later the Football League was established. During the first season, 12 clubs joined the league, but soon more clubs became interested and the competition would consequently expand into more divisions. For a long time, the British teams would be dominant. After some decades, clubs from Prague, Budapest and Sienna would be the primarily contenders to the British dominance. As with many things in history, women were for a long time excluded from participating in games. It was not before the late 19th century that women started to play football. The first official women's game took place in Inverness in 1888.
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Everything has to be Halal now.
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Wednesday 19th June 2024, 3:34 PM
 
How will we recognise our favourite players when the Galloway led neanderthals make all players wear masks and hijabs
posted by St George (Guest) - Wednesday 19th June 2024, 5:01 PM
 
The early history of football is difficult as cricket was the only significant English game for many years and its history is well recorded. Kicking a ball around was a thing kid do.
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Last match of the season!
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Good day to visit the mother in law
posted by Frank and Frank and Frank (Guest) - Wednesday 19th June 2024, 9:45 AM
 
A sad day as you would have already been relegated by then
posted by KEW (Guest) - Wednesday 19th June 2024, 11:00 AM
 
A sad day as you would have already been relegated by then
posted by KEW (Guest) - Wednesday 19th June 2024, 11:00 AM
 
Don't be silly Kew , top 10 finish for us , bottom 3 for you !
posted by Bob (Guest) - Wednesday 19th June 2024, 11:28 AM
 
Kew hopefully next season will be the start of journey back to where little bees belong ... league two !
posted by Frank & Frank & Frank (Guest) - Wednesday 19th June 2024, 2:10 PM
 
kew, why dont you come back on here under your other name, buzzi b?. if you really support gruntford, and are not the wind up i suspect, you have enough worries of your own for next season, without coming on here and acting like a soppy schoolkid. get real, its the boos that are doomed.
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A Friday night 8.00 pm kick-off up at Old Trafford should be enough to get the juices flowing again going into the new season. I just hope we are ready or will be ready. Man Utd will have a clear-out and i just think that two or three from the clear-out might be worth a punt. Anthony Martial could be a good shout if he is willing to drop his current wages up at Utd and i think a change of scenery to south-west London can bring out his best years still to come. If i say that Muniz will be our main striker you guys are going to have a moan and i would be right because Marco Silva will say so and we are going to like it or lump it. It would make good sense to have back-up along the calibre of Martial who is not high-grade top class but since when did we compete or get the top strikers of a season? Tan Hag will be gee-d up after his cup win and stay of execution so we will have to be ready off the block up and running and ready to rumble. Do we have enough in our current squad to give Utd a run for their money? No' i don't think we have and i sincerely hope that Marco will get the funds he so deserves to do the job in hand. COME ON FULHAM!!!!!!!
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Owan looking foreword to your comments this season but make them much shorter.
posted by Cottager (Guest) - Wednesday 19th June 2024, 11:03 AM
 
Owan looking foreword to your comments this season but make them much shorter.
posted by Cottager (Guest) - Wednesday 19th June 2024, 11:03 AM
 
Hope McT puts in a shift against his old club.
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Wednesday 19th June 2024, 9:37 PM
 
Pride comes before all fall.
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Are we really interested in him or just the press and his agent feeding rumours that we are competing with Liverpool for him?! Personally, i only watched him once in some South American cup final (??) or was it the world club in December. From what I saw, he wasn’t very good. He doesn’t have the energy level required for the prem. he doesn’t have the ball or technical skills you associated most Brazilian (Willian, Andreas). He didn’t dominate the mid. Frankly, never looked like a £30m player quoted. I believe he’s agent or club are making all the noise to get a sale. I hope Fulham are not seriously thinking he’s the replacement for Palhinha. Philip is a much better option!
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Philip would be a quality signing and has played very well over the last 2 seasons. Andre would be a flop in the this league as DM as he doest have the height or build for this league.
posted by JohnC (Guest) - Tuesday 18th June 2024, 8:51 PM
 
JohnC you can not judge a player like this / only one match that you have seen it? this is not how it works normally a player is scouted for years
posted by Francis (Guest) - Wednesday 19th June 2024, 8:03 AM
 
He ain’t been the same since Jordan got hold of him.
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Firstly I started by thinking what a tough start to the season and a really tough run in however, I think it will just be a tough season all around. At least eight clubs in my opinion will be fighting to avoid relegation of which Fulham are likely to be one. Interesting season ahead methinks!
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Why do you think we will be in a relegation fight ?
posted by Jim (Guest) - Tuesday 18th June 2024, 10:32 AM
 
We can safely leave any relegation fights to others now, so don't panic Mr Manwaring, don't panic. It's a top 8 place for us next season, with and outside chance of a European campaign for the following season.
posted by Brian from Sussex (Guest) - Tuesday 18th June 2024, 11:33 AM
 
because he is a miserable little man, who has posted just for the sake of it .the squad hasnt been registered, its impossible to predict at this stage what will happen, yet someone always has to. i remember in 2021, someone came onto this site after just two games, and predicted play-offs at best. we went up by a mile.
posted by mastos (Guest) - Tuesday 18th June 2024, 11:41 AM
 
looked at the list : : : conclusion we could be top by end of September.
posted by Fred (Guest) - Tuesday 18th June 2024, 12:03 PM
 
In our first team back we did well to win a lot of games against the teams around us in the table. Last season we got less point against the "average" team and more against the good teams. If we could combine the best aspect of those two season, ie get good point against the average the good and we will be well up the table.
posted by Mr B P (Guest) - Tuesday 18th June 2024, 5:12 PM
 
I agree.
posted by The Time Is BP (Guest) - Tuesday 18th June 2024, 5:43 PM
 
Mr BP- Exactly. It's a point I made several times on here last season. In the end, our points total against the teams that finished below us wasn't too bad. And how we only ended up with a point against Burnley... The squad looks much stronger than at this time last year, but we could lose 2 or 3 key players who will need replacing.
posted by Chas (Guest) - Tuesday 18th June 2024, 8:11 PM
 
it was only our poor away record that prevented a top half finish. there obviously needs to be new signings, but with the recent departures, there is room for some. i can understand though why there is not a lot of faith in brian talbot. marco silva should be allowed to be involved in all transfers, then just maybe we can all be confident, and all the moaners will pipe down for a millisecond.it is good to see that everyone on this link up to now doesnt agree with fulham 1879.
posted by mastos (Guest) - Wednesday 19th June 2024, 10:34 AM
 
Thought it was an ok start myself
posted by Ipitombi (Guest) - Wednesday 19th June 2024, 7:15 PM
 
Thought it was an ok start myself
posted by Ipitombi (Guest) - Wednesday 19th June 2024, 7:15 PM
 
it was an okay start, we just fell away for a while. we were never in relegation trouble, and despite some of the whingers , it wont happen this time either.
posted by bernie (Guest) - Thursday 20th June 2024, 11:57 AM
 
More a bad end to the season last quarter was dismal
posted by Ipitombi (Guest) - Monday 24th June 2024, 7:23 PM
 
We got some big results last season ( for us) Arsenal home and away ruined there season if they had taken there usual quota against us they would have won the league manu away. demolished West Ham 10 points normally 1 point Everton don’t normally win there little bees have the Indian sign over-us comfortable point there thats 4 more of course we had our stinkers. Forest sheffutd burnley ?
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Reiss Nelson 24 years Winger A product of the Arsenal youth academy. Has recently. Played for TSH Hoffenheim and this past season for Feynoord, Rottergam where he was their stand out player. He has represented this country at every level. And after this public outburst Aretta will ship him out at a price which might be right for FFC
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If talbot puts his oar into the equasion he will be lookng at Horatio
posted by Cottager (Guest) - Tuesday 18th June 2024, 1:34 PM
 
or trevor. or half.
posted by mastos (Guest) - Wednesday 19th June 2024, 10:18 AM
 
- or wild willie (no relation)
posted by nelson of the nelsons (Guest) - Wednesday 19th June 2024, 10:36 AM
 
He could write a note in the programme called Nelson’s Column. If he’s not got time he could write a smaller one and call it Half Nelson. Or a food franchise, Nelson Main Deli, if he was ill we could call him Nelson peeky, if he needs the toilet he’d be Nelson (Jimmy) riddle, his shirt sponsor could be Admiral……..
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Wednesday 19th June 2024, 5:38 PM
 
 
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Exciting morning tomorrow fixtures out be interesting to see our first few games
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Ipswich away would be nice, similar fanbase, Bobby Robson connection etc.
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Monday 17th June 2024, 8:24 PM
 
Well..one thing is for sure, I won't be bumping into Steve Wright (in the afternoon).
posted by Jimmy (Guest) - Wednesday 19th June 2024, 8:46 AM
 
Actually Jimmy, I hope you do……
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Wednesday 19th June 2024, 5:39 PM
 
 
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Just wonder how long before England realise their mistake in not taking Jack. Foden only any good playing with all the stars at Man C
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While the likes of yes men like the manager, Southend, or whatever, England will never win anything. Always been the way. Tactically there’s never been a truly great England manager, Ramsey was incredibly lucky with the talent at his disposal. When’s the last time any of you sat down really looking forward to an England game? They’ll do the usual, pootle along to the quarters then bottle it with defensive second guessing themselves.
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Monday 17th June 2024, 5:19 PM
 
Grealish barely played this season and as for Ramsey he’s played about 6 games for arsenal,will England win a trophy before Fulham? Been watching Fulham and England since early 70’s not much silverware
posted by Chief (Guest) - Monday 17th June 2024, 5:24 PM
 
Grealish, now don’t be silly . One of the premiers most overrated players !
posted by Bob (Guest) - Monday 17th June 2024, 5:25 PM
 
Doesn’t Grealish play with all the stars at Citeh?
posted by Jim (Guest) - Monday 17th June 2024, 5:36 PM
 
He would need to be sober first.
posted by Sir Craven (Guest) - Monday 17th June 2024, 6:05 PM
 
Anyones tournament still. The Aussies have France a fright earlier. Good to see cricket and drinking Fosters aren’t the only things they get up to.
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Monday 17th June 2024, 10:39 PM
 
I am giving to understand he has a serious drink problem and the City manager probably told the England manager that. Drink ruins many lives.
posted by Mr B P (Guest) - Tuesday 18th June 2024, 8:12 AM
 
Personally think ffc more likely to win a trophy before England ( and that’s not likely think if we finish runners up in this group we play Germany and after watching them yesterday we won’t beat them how come the new snicko techniche was not used for a handball incedent as in a previous game in that game the ball hit the hand but the player knew nothing about works for cricket not revelatent in football
posted by Ipotombi (Guest) - Thursday 20th June 2024, 7:32 AM
 
 
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30 years Christian Nørgaard, Central defensive midfielder. Club Captain at Brentford, Started life at Lygnby and then signed by Bronby, the leading Danish side at that time. Was transfered to Hamburg SV and then Florentina in Serie A, Italy. Has huge experinece but no repalcement for Palina but reliable. Norgaard's contact should be up this year at Brentford and if we could sign him in a free that would be excellent.
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hes two years older than palhinha, who it isnt as yet confirmed to be going. hes at a club that has just had a pony season. no, he wouldnt be a replacement for jp, or anyone else here, free or not.
posted by scotch eddie (Guest) - Monday 17th June 2024, 3:58 PM
 
Sooner have Anderson back
posted by Ron (Guest) - Monday 17th June 2024, 5:05 PM
 
Calum O’Hare.
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Monday 17th June 2024, 8:25 PM
 
SPOT ON Jachim Andersen is now a cultured and mature Centre Back. He would be a great asset and why we never signed him permanently is a mystery to me.
posted by Rich of Cambridge (Guest) - Tuesday 18th June 2024, 9:01 AM
 
rich, the reason we never signed him was because it was a loan deal, and we got relegated, so he didnt fancy a seasons clodhopping in the championship. there was an unconfirmed story that we could have bought him at the start, but .we will never know.
posted by mastos (Guest) - Tuesday 18th June 2024, 11:55 AM
 
 
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Kane playing center half foden a headless chicken, pretty criss x football again ,one minute in opp penalty area then 5 seconds later in pickfords hands, back passing , bellingham scary and clever but a red card waiting to happen, no goal machines in our squad, cant see them getting pass first knock out no fight no energy all looked bored. Why after 30 minutes do we just slow down and call it a day ?, no idea what to do next .
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Yes Luke full English blood born in the Channel Islands. Do you think Gareth would consider calling up Luke Harris to replace Phil Foden at the next World Cup especially if he gets regular first team football at Colchester
posted by Pete (Guest) - Monday 17th June 2024, 3:08 PM
 
Blimey Luke Harris is in demand Colchester, Forest Green and Southend. Marco needs to take note he can’t lose his superstar
posted by Sam (Guest) - Monday 17th June 2024, 3:10 PM
 
sam, sorry what i meant was green forest rovers, pitch 12, wanstead marshes, astroturf centre if it rains.
posted by mastos (Guest) - Monday 17th June 2024, 3:34 PM
 
 
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Not sure they can afford the £20,000 price tag
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i hear freshly relegated forest green are interested. would suit him perfectly.
posted by mastos (Guest) - Monday 17th June 2024, 10:55 AM
 
Just in National non league Southend United are also bidding for Luke Harris. They feel his engine and aggression in the tackle are perfect for national non league.
posted by Jonjo (Guest) - Monday 17th June 2024, 2:39 PM
 
 
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Foden should not be in the England starting lineup again offers absolute nothing in an England shirt. Imagine if he played for an average team he very fortunate to have so many world class players around him for Man City who literally play a training exercise of keep ball match to match. Foden has no idea who to adapt to playing with any other team
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How many times have I mentioned this Luke Harris is 1,000 times better than Phil Foden
posted by Pete (Guest) - Monday 17th June 2024, 1:50 AM
 
We did win the game.
posted by Mr B P (Guest) - Monday 17th June 2024, 7:01 AM
 
Pete , that makes Harris average.
posted by Bob (Guest) - Monday 17th June 2024, 9:28 AM
 
Phil Foden Stats v Serbia - zero shots - zero successful dribbles - zero accurate crosses - zero assists - welcome the premier league player of the year. Let’s send Phil Foden to Exeter with Luke Harris see how his stats stand up compared to playing with world class players at Man City
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Wats liz
posted by Dazo (Guest) - Monday 17th June 2024, 4:00 AM
 
No idea why he’d want to get away from you. You sound delightful. Doing anything later?
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Monday 17th June 2024, 5:51 AM
 
 
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5th biggest news story on the BBC website during an election run in and an England match is 14 people in Saudi Arabia died because of the heat. Next up, what bears get up to in the woods.
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O'Doors leading the conversation...
posted by Krebs. (Guest) - Monday 17th June 2024, 4:02 AM
 
Poland buys Abraham's tanks
posted by Erik Koch (Guest) - Monday 17th June 2024, 4:05 AM
 
 
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We have some of the finest footballers in the world but fail to achieve success. In my opinion we often adopt the wrong tactics by putting too much emphasis on defence thereby restricting our team of the fluidity of genuine attacking forwards. Many of our defenders are too worried to play a high line in case of the ball over the top and unfortunately, we no longer possess talented mid-fielders who are able to switch defence into attack. The creative genius of people like Gasgoine, Haynes, Carter and Mannion who were able to change the course of a game. In addition, after four years I am afraid that Southgate is no nearer to knowing his best team as so many players have been tried but eventually have fallen by the wayside. With Saka, Bellingham, Foden and Kane we have four of the world’s finest players but there is no such quality behind them and Iceland demonstrated that by packing their defence they were able to thwart England and hold on to their one goal advantage. In theory, we should be capable of beating any teams in this competition but, like many of you we are fearful that we will once again be the bridesmaid and never the blushing bride. In the last two friendlies we have tended to revert to Parker ball when what is needed is a direct attacking format to pressurise the opposition. Serbia are a very modest side although, we know the capabilities of Mitrovic provided life in Saudi has not blunted his ability. I expect England will win which will allay my fears and settle the nerves of all our supporters watching the match.
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Too many foreign players and managers to the detriment of our youth set ups ergo the adult game. The foreign player is always the quick fix. Clubs made to spend too much money on female game which will never break even or be as popular no matter what the Al Beeb channel rams down your throat.
posted by Paddy O'Doors (Guest) - Sunday 16th June 2024, 8:59 PM
 
We have all the tools but fear for Southgate’s negativity
posted by Chief (Guest) - Sunday 16th June 2024, 9:01 PM
 
Kane , total liability .
posted by Bob (Guest) - Sunday 16th June 2024, 10:03 PM
 
Paddy, for the first time ever, I agree with you. Sensible comments are in short supply on this board which is why I seldom post.
posted by bigboy4650 (Guest) - Sunday 16th June 2024, 10:07 PM
 
Huffed and puffed against a team that wasn't even a country 30 years ago. Probably more people in Greater Manchester than there is in Serbia. Although in 30 years England won't exist so it doesn't matter anyway.
posted by Paddy O'Doors (Guest) - Sunday 16th June 2024, 10:23 PM
 
We did win the game.
posted by Mr B P (Guest) - Monday 17th June 2024, 7:02 AM
 
at this stage i would take three points regardless of the display, we seldom play well in the first game anyway.
posted by heres hughie (Guest) - Monday 17th June 2024, 10:52 AM
 
 
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Why are so many people impersonating me. I am leaving the site but will return with a different name which I hope people will not copy.
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Good luck!
posted by Time Was. (Guest) - Sunday 16th June 2024, 2:25 PM
 
See ya
posted by The Time Is Ncw - Sunday 16th June 2024, 3:07 PM
 
Tonight's England match.Will we have That Scottish mouthful of marbles Commentator assisted by some ethnic correct Jessy adding to what will only be a garbled come try. I Do HOPE NOT
posted by BC (Guest) - Sunday 16th June 2024, 5:13 PM
 
In full agreement with you ol son.
posted by FRED (Guest) - Sunday 16th June 2024, 5:21 PM
 
Where have all the real commentators and analysts gone ? ? ?.
posted by Old Un (Guest) - Sunday 16th June 2024, 6:02 PM
 
I am still here.
posted by The Time Is Now (Guest) - Sunday 16th June 2024, 6:53 PM
 
all of the really great commentators are sadly no longer with us-wolstenholme, moore, sinstadt,motty,johns, they all mostly worked without a co- commentator, simply because they never needed one.
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Would be a decent move division two regular football the club may make 20K
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He's off too Plymouth. Rooney will work he's magic!
posted by Pat O'drawers. (Guest) - Sunday 16th June 2024, 11:58 AM
 
Who cares, is he as good as the Spanish sixteen year old in the Euros last night, then we can talk about him other wise forget him he's a nobody.
posted by Who is this Harris bloke (Guest) - Sunday 16th June 2024, 11:59 AM
 
If he leaves Fulham I hope that is last we hear from his father on this messageboard.
posted by Mr B P (Guest) - Sunday 16th June 2024, 2:04 PM
 
For f...k sake going on you lot about Luke Harris a div 2 player at best.
posted by Old un (Guest) - Sunday 16th June 2024, 2:59 PM
 
Luke Harris will need to think carefully about his future
posted by The Time Is Ncw - Sunday 16th June 2024, 3:28 PM
 
What will Exeter think about this Colchester bid
posted by Leon (Guest) - Sunday 16th June 2024, 5:13 PM
 
I remember Jim Hicks but don't know of this Harris bloke
posted by Ernie from the Enclosure (Guest) - Sunday 16th June 2024, 6:45 PM
 
Geoff Banton what an awful centre back
posted by Chief (Guest) - Sunday 16th June 2024, 9:02 PM
 
When is Luke Harris going to be signed by Colchester? How do you think he will get on in division 2?
posted by Jonjo (Guest) - Sunday 16th June 2024, 10:03 PM
 
geoff banton did score twice against west ham in 1980. apart from that, he was useless. jeff hopkins was a good tight back, but not a no 5-couldnt head, not much balance.
posted by mastos (Guest) - Monday 17th June 2024, 10:16 AM
 
Wales senior squad have young players to try to take them to the World Cup such as low level league players such as Luke Harris, Charlie Savage and Charlie Crew compared to Englands Jude Bellingham, Kobbie Marino and Adam Wharton both sets of players are similar age. Very bleak future for Wales if that’s the best young players they have only minnow nations play low level league players.
posted by Tom (Guest) - Wednesday 19th June 2024, 7:24 AM
 
No matter who manages Wales they don’t have enough young quality coming through sadly. If Luke Harris was meant to be the star young player and didn’t receive a call up to face Gibraltar in a friendly it proves that have finally noticed all the hype was just that simply hype.
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just to say thank you to whoever deleted all the posts by morpheus that appeared on the site last week. some of them were just too insulting and didnt deserve to stay on. he had a particularly nasty exchange with jed clampett, a contributor to this site some years ago, who is in his 80s, and he probably didnt realise just how the site has become. he does now!.
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witherspoon, they are still in evidence, its just that the saddo who uses that stupid name has used his other two, soothsayer and real scout instead. no doubt he will be back at one point, hes banned from the bees site.
posted by heres hughie (Guest) - Saturday 15th June 2024, 3:20 PM
 
You need an email address to get on the other Messageboards...
posted by The Time is Now (Guest) - Saturday 15th June 2024, 7:55 PM
 
You need an email address to get on the other Messageboards...
posted by The Time Is Ncw - Saturday 15th June 2024, 9:42 PM
 
Thank you over and out Roger are you there.
posted by The Time is Now (Guest) - Saturday 15th June 2024, 10:22 PM
 
Did anyone watch that no mark Broja In the Euros tonight.And to think we had that overpaid no mark on loan. Beggars belief
posted by Putney Pete (Guest) - Saturday 15th June 2024, 11:01 PM
 
Did anyone watch the Euros tonight Broja what a waste of space. And to think we had that overpaid Clown on loan.
posted by Putney Pete (Guest) - Saturday 15th June 2024, 11:04 PM
 
You need an email address to get on the other Messageboards...
posted by Time and a Word. (Guest) - Sunday 16th June 2024, 8:27 AM
 
what about freedom of speech The Time is Now? I believe on freedom of speech ... by the way who was offensive ? the one who started to be offensive was jed clampett anyhow I have the right to comment on the rubbish that some of you publish here ! witherspoon pls stop talking no sense as nobody has deleted anything if they do ... they should remove jed clampett posts first and all the other rubbish posts against ours youth players! I am here to stay and will speak out against every single rubbish comment that is purely based on jealousy ... heres hughie I never used another name such as soothsayer nor real scout, please just relax!
posted by Morpheus The God of Dreams and Sleep (Guest) - Sunday 16th June 2024, 1:34 PM
 
It wasn’t me sir, it was him! He started it! Back to the playground boys.:))
posted by Observer (Guest) - Sunday 16th June 2024, 1:58 PM
 
Freedom of speech is overrated especially in our two tier policing system. The Labour candidate standing against Farage has said his favourite drink is white mans tears. Imagine if Farage had said the reverse.
posted by Paddy O’Doors (Guest) - Sunday 16th June 2024, 6:06 PM
 
silly morphie, chill out!. you sound like a petulant little schoolboy with your soppy "i am here to stay" tantrum. there are ways of stopping you if you overstep the mark, which with your petulant insults you have come close to on many occasions since you first appeared on here, conkers and all. if it means reporting you to a regulator, it will be done. that is if you go too far. i dont understand what all this obsession with our youth players is, and the jealousy you keep waffling on about.be honest, are you doing this as a bet amongst your other 12 year olds to see who can come up with the most drivel? .you are in poll position to win. on closing, this is not intended as a wind-up, you are the expert there.
posted by heres hughie (Guest) - Monday 17th June 2024, 10:34 AM
 
morpheus, for your own sake, you must calm down. it seems you cannot accept that you are often a shade exciteable with your posts, and this is why you keep getting the responses to them. i dont know how you type your posts, wih a finger from both hands in your ear almost permanently.
posted by witherspoon (Guest) - Monday 17th June 2024, 10:48 AM
 
People who live in glass houses should not throw stones ... that's all folks
posted by Morpheus - The God of Dreams and Sleep (Guest) - Monday 17th June 2024, 1:06 PM
 
-that has been the case with you all along. the bugs bunny exit at the end- does that mean you are permanently going?. you did say you were here to stay, but that wouldnt be practical, so if you are leaving, or changing that soppy name, thanks for the last month or so. i am sure you are a nice lad underneath all your false bravado.
posted by heres hughie (Guest) - Monday 17th June 2024, 3:14 PM
 
i do think this has gone on for long enough now. its clear you dont like any criticism whatsoever morpheus, some, or nearly everyone, is winding you up and you are rising to the bait every time, blaming everyone else. i do think you should take a breather for a while, but if you are here to stay, as you said in your most latest hissy fit, none of us mere mortals can do much. think about it--
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Good ta see no twabble fwam Scottish and England fans, but duz look like dem Serbs is a andfull. Dey got square shaped eds, flat at back of eds, so easy ta spot I fink.
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Do I know you ?
posted by Sam Scuffles (Guest) - Saturday 15th June 2024, 1:31 PM
 
Iz tee appy
posted by Dazz (Guest) - Saturday 15th June 2024, 2:49 PM
 
me woz on putney bridge earlier and sore an old bill, fink he mite sumfing we dont shame really as fort dem days was gone. behind us an all
posted by John (Guest) - Saturday 15th June 2024, 4:48 PM
 
Liar.
posted by Sam Scuffles (Guest) - Saturday 15th June 2024, 8:26 PM
 
 
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Sam (Guest)
 

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Reminder - Exeter City's Fulham loanee Luke Harris needs to add more goals to his game says Grecians boss Gary Caldwell. The 19-year-old Wales Under-21s player scored just his second senior goal in 2-1 win at Cheltenham Town on Monday. The Jersey-born forward got Exeter's equaliser at Whaddon Road as City consolidated 15th place in League One.aI think he's a player that still needs games at this level," Caldwell told BBC Radio Devon. "But his play from box-to-box has been decent it's just goals that he needs to add to his game.i know Luke said in interview he would bring goals to Exeter however we see that part of his game as a huge area for development. His work rate box to box is his biggest asset The win extended Exeter's unbeaten run to five matches in League One as they continue to put to bed any relegation fears after overcoming a bad run at the end of last year. Their only loss in the last seven games came away at promotion-chasing Peterborough United and they have taken 10 points from the last 12 available after wins over Shrewsbury Town and Burton Albion, as well as a draw with Charlton Athletic. "I think we can still improve," added Caldwell, after his side came from a goal down to record an eighth away win of the season. "We have to get better in those moments when we are on top where we can be more ruthless and kill games off. "But the players were brilliant - to concede a goal and with Cheltenham shooting down the hill into their own fans it was always going to be a test. "I thought we defended the box brilliantly at times in that period and then slowly grew back into the game and deserved to win from the whole 90 minutes."
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Never heard of this Harris bloke John Margerrison and Wayne Kerrins yes
posted by Gurpreet (Guest) - Saturday 15th June 2024, 12:21 PM
 
and gordon boyd, and kevin hoddy.
posted by mastos (Guest) - Monday 17th June 2024, 3:19 PM
 
 
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It's great to see Tracy has been made a dame. Such an incredibly talented artist.
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I agree. We need more dames.
posted by Diane Abbott (Guest) - Saturday 15th June 2024, 7:03 AM
 
Definitely a Thunderbird.
posted by Nigel (Guest) - Saturday 15th June 2024, 7:49 AM
 
Yes We need more dames from ethnic minorities to fight against racial discrimination and demand money for reparations for the slavery.
posted by Baroness Doreen Lawrence OBE (Guest) - Saturday 15th June 2024, 12:27 PM
 
No we don’t.
posted by Nigel (Guest) - Saturday 15th June 2024, 2:29 PM
 
good old trace, a true margate girl.
posted by heres hughie (Guest) - Saturday 15th June 2024, 3:23 PM
 
Still not making her bed though.
posted by Kentish Boy (Guest) - Sunday 16th June 2024, 2:00 PM
 

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