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The blame game

In reverse order you chose the following as responsible for the current NUFC malaise:

8: Glenn Roeder - not one person out there saw Glenn as responsible in any way, shape or form for the current lows at SJP.

6th =: A surprising joint vote between Mike Ashley and Graeme Souness. One has come in and sacked Mr Potato Head, the other sold Bellamy as well as buying Amady Faye, Boumsong and Luque. I genuinely worry that some of our voters are straight out of the asylum…

5th: In fifth are The Halls. Whilst some might have a soft spot for Surgeon Hall I doubt any of us will forgive him for the nepotism in appointing Dogless to the board.

4th: P*sstake ahoy! Seems like the other clubs` fans have been voting as King Kev comes in the top four. Five games lads, five games.

3rd: Potato Head and total raging ego-maniac Sam Allardyce. Too big for the club? Whatever Samuel.

2nd: The players. Hallelujah - some common sense from you lot! Average weekly wages of double the average UK salary make these lot the biggest underachievers in world sport.

1st: Freddie Shepherd. Unsurprising to see FFS at the top of the pile. A decade of total mismanagement, farcical accounting skills and knee jerk decisions propels Jabba to the top of the pile.




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Writer: Ross Molyneux Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday February 13 2008

Time: 11:07AM

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I think Big Sam wouldn't have got you into this predicament. Wrong decision to let him go, you never even gave him a chance.
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