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Spaccadyce on the warpath

Spaccadyce on the warpath

Once again that sad sack Sam Allardyce has refused to accept the fact he was completely pony at NUFC and has launched a thinly veiled rant at chairman in the Premier League, aka Chris Mort and Mike Ashley. Potato Head has this time branded the business men as people who don`t enjoy getting shouted at and know nowt. This coming from the bloke whose masterful tactics allowed Derby to get half their Premier League points this season...

Anyway his latest rant on TalkSport goes as follows:

'Huge businessmen, multi-millionaires in their own right, very clever men, but never been shouted at. 'They can't stand the pressure, their knees buckle, they don't stand strong and they use the easy option to take the pressure off themselves. They have to be the strongest ones and often they're the weakest ones. They might like the limelight when the success comes but they certainly can't put up with the other side of it, which is really quite volatile now.

The only decisions I'm making at the moment is whether I have tea, coffee, toast or cornflakes in the morning. I hopefully will get another job in the Premier League, with a bit of good fortune. That is sad because somebody else has to come out of a job for me to be considered. I know I can be successful because I've done that in the past.'

I bet the useless tosser would still pick porridge.

Writer:Ross Molyneux
Date:Saturday February 16 2008
Time: 1:44PM

Comments

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Interesting article RM, but like Sam, but criticisings Mr Bungs bitterness, then your last line shows you have quite a bit of it too ! is pot calling the kettle black.
Eddie01
16/02/2008 13:58:00
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"interesting" article title.
Rocky7
16/02/2008 14:24:00
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im not a fan of fat sam at all tbh, but i listened to him on talksport this morning and i thought he spoke alot of sense and come across really well - probably better than ive ever known in all truth...
pompeyrug
16/02/2008 14:38:00
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"Sam the Man" is a prize plum. Interesting to think he's now managed to rile both Newcastle and Bolton supporters with his utterly brainless comments since leaving both clubs. If he was made of chocolate I think he'd eat himself.
BaldEagle
16/02/2008 15:58:00
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smith in midfield? barton on the right? 352 formations? get lost u bum
Toon4LiFe
16/02/2008 23:27:00
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I couldnt believe half the teams BSA used and his formation WTF alright we got a draw from Arsenal at home and should have won the game but the constant cocking up first with Blackburn then at wigan these were games we should have getting something out of but numbnuts said ill do it my way.
davidmillzy
17/02/2008 19:06:00
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Spot on Millzy. Bloke was too arrogant to see his own failings. Hari-kiri for a manager.
BaldEagle
17/02/2008 20:40:00
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