We could have scored more, says Albion goal hero Ulloa

Leo Ullo celebrates at Leicester

Leo Ullo celebrates at Leicester

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Leo Ulloa savoured his double strike against the leaders and admitted: “We could have scored more.”

The Argentinean ended his five-match wait for a goal with the second half strikes which capped Albion’s sensational 4-1 win at Leicester last night.

Ulloa said: “I don’t worry when I get chances and don’t score, I worry when I don’t get chances.

“What was troubling me was I was getting so few chances. “But this time we created a few good openings and we could have scored even more goals.”

Albion were 2-0 up in 24 minutes against a City side celebrating promotion.

Ulloa added: “We were strong from the start and that allowed us to get in front and control the match. It’s a great result.”

Bewildered Leicester boss Nigel Pearson said: “It’s a wake-up call.”

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5:41am Wed 9 Apr 14

sloughseagull says...

Seems we play really well against the top Ex Prem teams and struggle against the bottom sides - draws at home against Millwall, Sheff Weds and losses to Barnsley, Ipswich and Middlesborough have been the difference between 8th and automatic promotion - every match i have been to, especially last nights match there has been a lot more passion - i think we make the mistake of disrespecting the lower teams and think we can just turn up and toll them over - whatever happens i have enjoyed this season and look forward to next year!!

Leicester City - 6 points - + 5 GD
Burnley - 4 points gained - + 2
QPR - 4 points gained + 2
Bolton - 6 points gained - + 4 GD
Balckburn - 4 points gained + 3 GD

Ipswich Town - 0 points -4 GD
Barnsley - 1 point gained - 1
Sheff Weds - 1 point gained - 2
Seems we play really well against the top Ex Prem teams and struggle against the bottom sides - draws at home against Millwall, Sheff Weds and losses to Barnsley, Ipswich and Middlesborough have been the difference between 8th and automatic promotion - every match i have been to, especially last nights match there has been a lot more passion - i think we make the mistake of disrespecting the lower teams and think we can just turn up and toll them over - whatever happens i have enjoyed this season and look forward to next year!! Leicester City - 6 points - + 5 GD Burnley - 4 points gained - + 2 QPR - 4 points gained + 2 Bolton - 6 points gained - + 4 GD Balckburn - 4 points gained + 3 GD Ipswich Town - 0 points -4 GD Barnsley - 1 point gained - 1 Sheff Weds - 1 point gained - 2 sloughseagull
  • Score: 6

7:14am Wed 9 Apr 14

ringtone says...

Of course we should ave scored more.

Its well known that the Leicester team ave been on the sauce since saturday so this was a real chance missed.

A good team would have scored ten or more and really boosted the goal difference, still what do you expect with another sterile one up front negative display.
Of course we should ave scored more. Its well known that the Leicester team ave been on the sauce since saturday so this was a real chance missed. A good team would have scored ten or more and really boosted the goal difference, still what do you expect with another sterile one up front negative display. ringtone
  • Score: -87

7:46am Wed 9 Apr 14

Willie, Willie Irvine says...

Seems pretty clear from players' comments they have been totally fed up with the way they have been asked to play before this match. Let's hope the penny has dropped finally.
Seems pretty clear from players' comments they have been totally fed up with the way they have been asked to play before this match. Let's hope the penny has dropped finally. Willie, Willie Irvine
  • Score: -17

7:49am Wed 9 Apr 14

TheWerewolf says...

So let's bring out all the comments from the last week

OG never plays attacking football
Lingard never scores
Ulloa lost interest
Albion play boring football
No chance of promotion this season
Bournemouth are better why didn't we sign Grabban
BHA don't spend enough money

Even if we don't pull it off his season we have showed our potential is very high with squad we have. Get behind the team rather than getting on the populist bandwagon!

Croydon trolls please crawl back under your rocks......
So let's bring out all the comments from the last week OG never plays attacking football Lingard never scores Ulloa lost interest Albion play boring football No chance of promotion this season Bournemouth are better why didn't we sign Grabban BHA don't spend enough money Even if we don't pull it off his season we have showed our potential is very high with squad we have. Get behind the team rather than getting on the populist bandwagon! Croydon trolls please crawl back under your rocks...... TheWerewolf
  • Score: 25

7:54am Wed 9 Apr 14

B rian Tawses left foot says...

ringtone says...

Of course we should ave scored more.

Its well known that the Leicester team ave been on the sauce since saturday so this was a real chance missed.

A good team would have scored ten or more and really boosted the goal difference, still what do you expect with another sterile one up front negative display.

Tool.
ringtone says... Of course we should ave scored more. Its well known that the Leicester team ave been on the sauce since saturday so this was a real chance missed. A good team would have scored ten or more and really boosted the goal difference, still what do you expect with another sterile one up front negative display. Tool. B rian Tawses left foot
  • Score: 9

8:04am Wed 9 Apr 14

elljam says...

TheWerewolf wrote:
So let's bring out all the comments from the last week

OG never plays attacking football
Lingard never scores
Ulloa lost interest
Albion play boring football
No chance of promotion this season
Bournemouth are better why didn't we sign Grabban
BHA don't spend enough money

Even if we don't pull it off his season we have showed our potential is very high with squad we have. Get behind the team rather than getting on the populist bandwagon!

Croydon trolls please crawl back under your rocks......
That's the frustrating thing about this. Most supporters can see that we have a strong squad but the problem is it hasn't been used in the best way.

Do you really think we have played attacking football all season ?
[quote][p][bold]TheWerewolf[/bold] wrote: So let's bring out all the comments from the last week OG never plays attacking football Lingard never scores Ulloa lost interest Albion play boring football No chance of promotion this season Bournemouth are better why didn't we sign Grabban BHA don't spend enough money Even if we don't pull it off his season we have showed our potential is very high with squad we have. Get behind the team rather than getting on the populist bandwagon! Croydon trolls please crawl back under your rocks......[/p][/quote]That's the frustrating thing about this. Most supporters can see that we have a strong squad but the problem is it hasn't been used in the best way. Do you really think we have played attacking football all season ? elljam
  • Score: 11

8:09am Wed 9 Apr 14

russellsnr2 says...

A great result and congrats to all involved.
Listened on the player and really sounded as though we just all gelled together from the back to the front.
Hope we can play the same 11 on Saturday they deserve it!!!
A great result and congrats to all involved. Listened on the player and really sounded as though we just all gelled together from the back to the front. Hope we can play the same 11 on Saturday they deserve it!!! russellsnr2
  • Score: 14

8:20am Wed 9 Apr 14

TheWerewolf says...

elljam wrote:
TheWerewolf wrote:
So let's bring out all the comments from the last week

OG never plays attacking football
Lingard never scores
Ulloa lost interest
Albion play boring football
No chance of promotion this season
Bournemouth are better why didn't we sign Grabban
BHA don't spend enough money

Even if we don't pull it off his season we have showed our potential is very high with squad we have. Get behind the team rather than getting on the populist bandwagon!

Croydon trolls please crawl back under your rocks......
That's the frustrating thing about this. Most supporters can see that we have a strong squad but the problem is it hasn't been used in the best way.

Do you really think we have played attacking football all season ?
I honestly think we have played good, but inconsistent football, in line with he injuries we've had and the upheaval with OG coming in. Plenty of people quick to find a reason for why we are only having one of our best seasons in the last 25 years. Some people are never happy.... I do think that OG will have learnt a lot about his best formation from last night though. Bring it on...
[quote][p][bold]elljam[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TheWerewolf[/bold] wrote: So let's bring out all the comments from the last week OG never plays attacking football Lingard never scores Ulloa lost interest Albion play boring football No chance of promotion this season Bournemouth are better why didn't we sign Grabban BHA don't spend enough money Even if we don't pull it off his season we have showed our potential is very high with squad we have. Get behind the team rather than getting on the populist bandwagon! Croydon trolls please crawl back under your rocks......[/p][/quote]That's the frustrating thing about this. Most supporters can see that we have a strong squad but the problem is it hasn't been used in the best way. Do you really think we have played attacking football all season ?[/p][/quote]I honestly think we have played good, but inconsistent football, in line with he injuries we've had and the upheaval with OG coming in. Plenty of people quick to find a reason for why we are only having one of our best seasons in the last 25 years. Some people are never happy.... I do think that OG will have learnt a lot about his best formation from last night though. Bring it on... TheWerewolf
  • Score: 11

8:30am Wed 9 Apr 14

Baldseagull says...

elljam wrote:
TheWerewolf wrote:
So let's bring out all the comments from the last week

OG never plays attacking football
Lingard never scores
Ulloa lost interest
Albion play boring football
No chance of promotion this season
Bournemouth are better why didn't we sign Grabban
BHA don't spend enough money

Even if we don't pull it off his season we have showed our potential is very high with squad we have. Get behind the team rather than getting on the populist bandwagon!

Croydon trolls please crawl back under your rocks......
That's the frustrating thing about this. Most supporters can see that we have a strong squad but the problem is it hasn't been used in the best way.

Do you really think we have played attacking football all season ?
There have been some poor performances this season, but I don't believe Oscar has ever set out to park the bus against anyone.
We had 11 shots on goal last night, we average 13 shots on goal per game for the season.
We had 30% posession last night, so 70% of the game we were defending.
[quote][p][bold]elljam[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TheWerewolf[/bold] wrote: So let's bring out all the comments from the last week OG never plays attacking football Lingard never scores Ulloa lost interest Albion play boring football No chance of promotion this season Bournemouth are better why didn't we sign Grabban BHA don't spend enough money Even if we don't pull it off his season we have showed our potential is very high with squad we have. Get behind the team rather than getting on the populist bandwagon! Croydon trolls please crawl back under your rocks......[/p][/quote]That's the frustrating thing about this. Most supporters can see that we have a strong squad but the problem is it hasn't been used in the best way. Do you really think we have played attacking football all season ?[/p][/quote]There have been some poor performances this season, but I don't believe Oscar has ever set out to park the bus against anyone. We had 11 shots on goal last night, we average 13 shots on goal per game for the season. We had 30% posession last night, so 70% of the game we were defending. Baldseagull
  • Score: 2

8:35am Wed 9 Apr 14

Far gull says...

I think the frustrating thing is that we have not played attacking line ups against lower teams . This win does not however get away from the issues that surrounded January and late summer transfer window dealings ,which have quite obviously been frustrating Oscar and fans alike.
May be OG will now get why fans have been advocating more attacking lineups from the start of games not at the end.
Still of opinion play offs a long shot still but to back one theory of my own that I have advocated all along in this league ,that no teams rarely have a non losing/winning streak of more than 10 games. Last year our 10 game run ended after Palace first leg ? Moral is we might just gel at the end the season here on in ???
Here's hoping? Was going to may be had to of prioritised work on Saturday...not now :-)
I think the frustrating thing is that we have not played attacking line ups against lower teams . This win does not however get away from the issues that surrounded January and late summer transfer window dealings ,which have quite obviously been frustrating Oscar and fans alike. May be OG will now get why fans have been advocating more attacking lineups from the start of games not at the end. Still of opinion play offs a long shot still but to back one theory of my own that I have advocated all along in this league ,that no teams rarely have a non losing/winning streak of more than 10 games. Last year our 10 game run ended after Palace first leg ? Moral is we might just gel at the end the season here on in ??? Here's hoping? Was going to may be had to of prioritised work on Saturday...not now :-) Far gull
  • Score: 5

8:56am Wed 9 Apr 14

Tony the tiger eastbourne says...

ringtone wrote:
Of course we should ave scored more.

Its well known that the Leicester team ave been on the sauce since saturday so this was a real chance missed.

A good team would have scored ten or more and really boosted the goal difference, still what do you expect with another sterile one up front negative display.
Tw@t
[quote][p][bold]ringtone[/bold] wrote: Of course we should ave scored more. Its well known that the Leicester team ave been on the sauce since saturday so this was a real chance missed. A good team would have scored ten or more and really boosted the goal difference, still what do you expect with another sterile one up front negative display.[/p][/quote]Tw@t Tony the tiger eastbourne
  • Score: 14

8:58am Wed 9 Apr 14

mikeygit says...

Yes Albion obviously played well last night and don,t let us take that away from them---to score 4 goal away from home against a now Premiership Team MUST be good. But Leicester had nothing to play for --they are promoted, thanks goodness OUR players obviously thought they HAD something to play for. We struggled all season to score a goal in many matches and in one game we score four. Must be good for their confidence. One could argue that Barnsley had more to play for than us last week to be safe in this division-so did everything they could to stop Brighton---which they did well. It would be good to think that Oscar has got the message after last nights performance and at the very least can be a platform for better performances to come--caution---one swallow does not make a summer!!
Yes Albion obviously played well last night and don,t let us take that away from them---to score 4 goal away from home against a now Premiership Team MUST be good. But Leicester had nothing to play for --they are promoted, thanks goodness OUR players obviously thought they HAD something to play for. We struggled all season to score a goal in many matches and in one game we score four. Must be good for their confidence. One could argue that Barnsley had more to play for than us last week to be safe in this division-so did everything they could to stop Brighton---which they did well. It would be good to think that Oscar has got the message after last nights performance and at the very least can be a platform for better performances to come--caution---one swallow does not make a summer!! mikeygit
  • Score: 0

9:00am Wed 9 Apr 14

aphroseagull says...

sloughseagull wrote:
Seems we play really well against the top Ex Prem teams and struggle against the bottom sides - draws at home against Millwall, Sheff Weds and losses to Barnsley, Ipswich and Middlesborough have been the difference between 8th and automatic promotion - every match i have been to, especially last nights match there has been a lot more passion - i think we make the mistake of disrespecting the lower teams and think we can just turn up and toll them over - whatever happens i have enjoyed this season and look forward to next year!!

Leicester City - 6 points - + 5 GD
Burnley - 4 points gained - + 2
QPR - 4 points gained + 2
Bolton - 6 points gained - + 4 GD
Balckburn - 4 points gained + 3 GD

Ipswich Town - 0 points -4 GD
Barnsley - 1 point gained - 1
Sheff Weds - 1 point gained - 2
I agree with you that we always raise our game for the better teams,it has always been the way throughout the years.We used to beat the best teams away from home and the very next game we lost at home to the bottom team.!!! But supporting the Albion has always been a rollercoaster of a ride and i am so happy that they are now in a position to challenge for a place in the Premier league.Also we were the last team in the league before last nights victory to defeat Leicester and we went up there and did it again truly amazing.Now we need to keep this form going for the last five games and we will have a really good chance of reaching the play offs,taking into account that Reading have to still play with Leicester and Burnley.UTA come on you seagulls !!
[quote][p][bold]sloughseagull[/bold] wrote: Seems we play really well against the top Ex Prem teams and struggle against the bottom sides - draws at home against Millwall, Sheff Weds and losses to Barnsley, Ipswich and Middlesborough have been the difference between 8th and automatic promotion - every match i have been to, especially last nights match there has been a lot more passion - i think we make the mistake of disrespecting the lower teams and think we can just turn up and toll them over - whatever happens i have enjoyed this season and look forward to next year!! Leicester City - 6 points - + 5 GD Burnley - 4 points gained - + 2 QPR - 4 points gained + 2 Bolton - 6 points gained - + 4 GD Balckburn - 4 points gained + 3 GD Ipswich Town - 0 points -4 GD Barnsley - 1 point gained - 1 Sheff Weds - 1 point gained - 2[/p][/quote]I agree with you that we always raise our game for the better teams,it has always been the way throughout the years.We used to beat the best teams away from home and the very next game we lost at home to the bottom team.!!! But supporting the Albion has always been a rollercoaster of a ride and i am so happy that they are now in a position to challenge for a place in the Premier league.Also we were the last team in the league before last nights victory to defeat Leicester and we went up there and did it again truly amazing.Now we need to keep this form going for the last five games and we will have a really good chance of reaching the play offs,taking into account that Reading have to still play with Leicester and Burnley.UTA come on you seagulls !! aphroseagull
  • Score: 4

9:05am Wed 9 Apr 14

East of CrawleyDown says...

ringtone wrote:
Of course we should ave scored more.

Its well known that the Leicester team ave been on the sauce since saturday so this was a real chance missed.

A good team would have scored ten or more and really boosted the goal difference, still what do you expect with another sterile one up front negative display.
Is there any need for such negativity? Surely you must be happy with the result.
[quote][p][bold]ringtone[/bold] wrote: Of course we should ave scored more. Its well known that the Leicester team ave been on the sauce since saturday so this was a real chance missed. A good team would have scored ten or more and really boosted the goal difference, still what do you expect with another sterile one up front negative display.[/p][/quote]Is there any need for such negativity? Surely you must be happy with the result. East of CrawleyDown
  • Score: 0

9:25am Wed 9 Apr 14

Max Ripple says...

Please Ringtone. Put a sock in it. We only had 30% of possession last night apparently. So Leicester had 70%. They were on the offensive for most of the night but couldn't take their chances. We obviously defended we'll again. And the - we took our chances! Marvellous! Not just do until to "the sauce" as you put it.
Please Ringtone. Put a sock in it. We only had 30% of possession last night apparently. So Leicester had 70%. They were on the offensive for most of the night but couldn't take their chances. We obviously defended we'll again. And the - we took our chances! Marvellous! Not just do until to "the sauce" as you put it. Max Ripple
  • Score: -3

9:26am Wed 9 Apr 14

Max Ripple says...

Sorry. **** predictive text mucking me up again but you get the gist.
Sorry. **** predictive text mucking me up again but you get the gist. Max Ripple
  • Score: -2

9:34am Wed 9 Apr 14

the taffster says...

give ulloa service and he will score......in the words of elvis costelllo......."she
s the one"
give ulloa service and he will score......in the words of elvis costelllo......."she s the one" the taffster
  • Score: 0

9:59am Wed 9 Apr 14

Joel'sGrandad says...

So we had 30% possession and still won 4-1. Maybe possession is not the be all and end all. Just goes to show it's what you do with the ball when you have it that counts not how long you have the ball. Although it must help.
I'm delighted but confused that everything suddenly fell into place last night.
We now need to take this into the Charlton game and make it count until the end of the season which will be 24th May with a bit of luck. UTA
So we had 30% possession and still won 4-1. Maybe possession is not the be all and end all. Just goes to show it's what you do with the ball when you have it that counts not how long you have the ball. Although it must help. I'm delighted but confused that everything suddenly fell into place last night. We now need to take this into the Charlton game and make it count until the end of the season which will be 24th May with a bit of luck. UTA Joel'sGrandad
  • Score: 5

9:59am Wed 9 Apr 14

B-hove says...

Tony the tiger eastbourne wrote:
ringtone wrote:
Of course we should ave scored more.

Its well known that the Leicester team ave been on the sauce since saturday so this was a real chance missed.

A good team would have scored ten or more and really boosted the goal difference, still what do you expect with another sterile one up front negative display.
Tw@t
Tony - please don't give the troll additional exposure (apologies for doing the same, just this once!)

And clean up your language please. Otherwise, you are letting the troll drag you down to his level - and trolls enjoy that.
[quote][p][bold]Tony the tiger eastbourne[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ringtone[/bold] wrote: Of course we should ave scored more. Its well known that the Leicester team ave been on the sauce since saturday so this was a real chance missed. A good team would have scored ten or more and really boosted the goal difference, still what do you expect with another sterile one up front negative display.[/p][/quote]Tw@t[/p][/quote]Tony - please don't give the troll additional exposure (apologies for doing the same, just this once!) And clean up your language please. Otherwise, you are letting the troll drag you down to his level - and trolls enjoy that. B-hove
  • Score: 3

10:01am Wed 9 Apr 14

Albion In Staffs says...

Max Ripple wrote:
Please Ringtone. Put a sock in it. We only had 30% of possession last night apparently. So Leicester had 70%. They were on the offensive for most of the night but couldn't take their chances. We obviously defended we'll again. And the - we took our chances! Marvellous! Not just do until to "the sauce" as you put it.
Where did this 30% possession stat come from? According to the BBC our slice was 46% and having been there, I'd suggest even that is conservative. We knocked it around last night with considerable ease.
As mentioned on another thread, I don't see us too often, so I can't say the regular frustrations vented here about negative tactics has been wrong, but last night players pushed forward, took responsibility and were in control of most of what they did.
At times, we had 2/3/4 players interchanging in attacking areas and (wait for it) Keith Andrews, did a great job in front of - and sometimes alongside - the central defensive two to set things off. Not spectacular or eye-catching but impressive.
Does it put everything right in one go? Of course not, but you couldn't fail to be impressed.
Oh and yes, Ringtone, Max Ripple is right, put a sock in it. Given the opportunity, I wouldn't have been so polite.....
[quote][p][bold]Max Ripple[/bold] wrote: Please Ringtone. Put a sock in it. We only had 30% of possession last night apparently. So Leicester had 70%. They were on the offensive for most of the night but couldn't take their chances. We obviously defended we'll again. And the - we took our chances! Marvellous! Not just do until to "the sauce" as you put it.[/p][/quote]Where did this 30% possession stat come from? According to the BBC our slice was 46% and having been there, I'd suggest even that is conservative. We knocked it around last night with considerable ease. As mentioned on another thread, I don't see us too often, so I can't say the regular frustrations vented here about negative tactics has been wrong, but last night players pushed forward, took responsibility and were in control of most of what they did. At times, we had 2/3/4 players interchanging in attacking areas and (wait for it) Keith Andrews, did a great job in front of - and sometimes alongside - the central defensive two to set things off. Not spectacular or eye-catching but impressive. Does it put everything right in one go? Of course not, but you couldn't fail to be impressed. Oh and yes, Ringtone, Max Ripple is right, put a sock in it. Given the opportunity, I wouldn't have been so polite..... Albion In Staffs
  • Score: 9

10:05am Wed 9 Apr 14

elljam says...

Baldseagull wrote:
elljam wrote:
TheWerewolf wrote:
So let's bring out all the comments from the last week

OG never plays attacking football
Lingard never scores
Ulloa lost interest
Albion play boring football
No chance of promotion this season
Bournemouth are better why didn't we sign Grabban
BHA don't spend enough money

Even if we don't pull it off his season we have showed our potential is very high with squad we have. Get behind the team rather than getting on the populist bandwagon!

Croydon trolls please crawl back under your rocks......
That's the frustrating thing about this. Most supporters can see that we have a strong squad but the problem is it hasn't been used in the best way.

Do you really think we have played attacking football all season ?
There have been some poor performances this season, but I don't believe Oscar has ever set out to park the bus against anyone.
We had 11 shots on goal last night, we average 13 shots on goal per game for the season.
We had 30% posession last night, so 70% of the game we were defending.
30% are you sure ?
[quote][p][bold]Baldseagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]elljam[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TheWerewolf[/bold] wrote: So let's bring out all the comments from the last week OG never plays attacking football Lingard never scores Ulloa lost interest Albion play boring football No chance of promotion this season Bournemouth are better why didn't we sign Grabban BHA don't spend enough money Even if we don't pull it off his season we have showed our potential is very high with squad we have. Get behind the team rather than getting on the populist bandwagon! Croydon trolls please crawl back under your rocks......[/p][/quote]That's the frustrating thing about this. Most supporters can see that we have a strong squad but the problem is it hasn't been used in the best way. Do you really think we have played attacking football all season ?[/p][/quote]There have been some poor performances this season, but I don't believe Oscar has ever set out to park the bus against anyone. We had 11 shots on goal last night, we average 13 shots on goal per game for the season. We had 30% posession last night, so 70% of the game we were defending.[/p][/quote]30% are you sure ? elljam
  • Score: 0

11:28am Wed 9 Apr 14

Blue and White Gulls says...

Albion In Staffs wrote:
Max Ripple wrote:
Please Ringtone. Put a sock in it. We only had 30% of possession last night apparently. So Leicester had 70%. They were on the offensive for most of the night but couldn't take their chances. We obviously defended we'll again. And the - we took our chances! Marvellous! Not just do until to "the sauce" as you put it.
Where did this 30% possession stat come from? According to the BBC our slice was 46% and having been there, I'd suggest even that is conservative. We knocked it around last night with considerable ease.
As mentioned on another thread, I don't see us too often, so I can't say the regular frustrations vented here about negative tactics has been wrong, but last night players pushed forward, took responsibility and were in control of most of what they did.
At times, we had 2/3/4 players interchanging in attacking areas and (wait for it) Keith Andrews, did a great job in front of - and sometimes alongside - the central defensive two to set things off. Not spectacular or eye-catching but impressive.
Does it put everything right in one go? Of course not, but you couldn't fail to be impressed.
Oh and yes, Ringtone, Max Ripple is right, put a sock in it. Given the opportunity, I wouldn't have been so polite.....
On phone Sky app which covered the stats for the game they have put it down as 70 - 30. I wasn't there so can only go by what they say. t sounded a great night full of atmosphere and commentary definitely said that Leicester weren't in holiday mode.
[quote][p][bold]Albion In Staffs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Max Ripple[/bold] wrote: Please Ringtone. Put a sock in it. We only had 30% of possession last night apparently. So Leicester had 70%. They were on the offensive for most of the night but couldn't take their chances. We obviously defended we'll again. And the - we took our chances! Marvellous! Not just do until to "the sauce" as you put it.[/p][/quote]Where did this 30% possession stat come from? According to the BBC our slice was 46% and having been there, I'd suggest even that is conservative. We knocked it around last night with considerable ease. As mentioned on another thread, I don't see us too often, so I can't say the regular frustrations vented here about negative tactics has been wrong, but last night players pushed forward, took responsibility and were in control of most of what they did. At times, we had 2/3/4 players interchanging in attacking areas and (wait for it) Keith Andrews, did a great job in front of - and sometimes alongside - the central defensive two to set things off. Not spectacular or eye-catching but impressive. Does it put everything right in one go? Of course not, but you couldn't fail to be impressed. Oh and yes, Ringtone, Max Ripple is right, put a sock in it. Given the opportunity, I wouldn't have been so polite.....[/p][/quote]On phone Sky app which covered the stats for the game they have put it down as 70 - 30. I wasn't there so can only go by what they say. t sounded a great night full of atmosphere and commentary definitely said that Leicester weren't in holiday mode. Blue and White Gulls
  • Score: 0

12:05pm Wed 9 Apr 14

brightonup says...

B-hove wrote:
Tony the tiger eastbourne wrote:
ringtone wrote:
Of course we should ave scored more.

Its well known that the Leicester team ave been on the sauce since saturday so this was a real chance missed.

A good team would have scored ten or more and really boosted the goal difference, still what do you expect with another sterile one up front negative display.
Tw@t
Tony - please don't give the troll additional exposure (apologies for doing the same, just this once!)

And clean up your language please. Otherwise, you are letting the troll drag you down to his level - and trolls enjoy that.
Agree completely. If we can get others to do likewise, then the ignorant, provoking comments become totally meaningless because the trolls are talking to themselves.
[quote][p][bold]B-hove[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tony the tiger eastbourne[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ringtone[/bold] wrote: Of course we should ave scored more. Its well known that the Leicester team ave been on the sauce since saturday so this was a real chance missed. A good team would have scored ten or more and really boosted the goal difference, still what do you expect with another sterile one up front negative display.[/p][/quote]Tw@t[/p][/quote]Tony - please don't give the troll additional exposure (apologies for doing the same, just this once!) And clean up your language please. Otherwise, you are letting the troll drag you down to his level - and trolls enjoy that.[/p][/quote]Agree completely. If we can get others to do likewise, then the ignorant, provoking comments become totally meaningless because the trolls are talking to themselves. brightonup
  • Score: 0

12:09pm Wed 9 Apr 14

Albion In Staffs says...

brightonup wrote:
B-hove wrote:
Tony the tiger eastbourne wrote:
ringtone wrote:
Of course we should ave scored more.

Its well known that the Leicester team ave been on the sauce since saturday so this was a real chance missed.

A good team would have scored ten or more and really boosted the goal difference, still what do you expect with another sterile one up front negative display.
Tw@t
Tony - please don't give the troll additional exposure (apologies for doing the same, just this once!)

And clean up your language please. Otherwise, you are letting the troll drag you down to his level - and trolls enjoy that.
Agree completely. If we can get others to do likewise, then the ignorant, provoking comments become totally meaningless because the trolls are talking to themselves.
Completely agree.
I had my say earlier. It was the last in that direction.
[quote][p][bold]brightonup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]B-hove[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tony the tiger eastbourne[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ringtone[/bold] wrote: Of course we should ave scored more. Its well known that the Leicester team ave been on the sauce since saturday so this was a real chance missed. A good team would have scored ten or more and really boosted the goal difference, still what do you expect with another sterile one up front negative display.[/p][/quote]Tw@t[/p][/quote]Tony - please don't give the troll additional exposure (apologies for doing the same, just this once!) And clean up your language please. Otherwise, you are letting the troll drag you down to his level - and trolls enjoy that.[/p][/quote]Agree completely. If we can get others to do likewise, then the ignorant, provoking comments become totally meaningless because the trolls are talking to themselves.[/p][/quote]Completely agree. I had my say earlier. It was the last in that direction. Albion In Staffs
  • Score: 0

12:11pm Wed 9 Apr 14

Ex-pat Arnie says...

Just watched the highlights... just one word: MAGNIFICENT!

https://www.youtube.
com/watch?v=E7VWfnEW
H2o&list=UUf-cpC9WAd
Osas19JHipukA
Just watched the highlights... just one word: MAGNIFICENT! https://www.youtube. com/watch?v=E7VWfnEW H2o&list=UUf-cpC9WAd Osas19JHipukA Ex-pat Arnie
  • Score: 3

12:14pm Wed 9 Apr 14

Ex-pat Arnie says...

brightonup wrote:
B-hove wrote:
Tony the tiger eastbourne wrote:
ringtone wrote:
Of course we should ave scored more.

Its well known that the Leicester team ave been on the sauce since saturday so this was a real chance missed.

A good team would have scored ten or more and really boosted the goal difference, still what do you expect with another sterile one up front negative display.
Tw@t
Tony - please don't give the troll additional exposure (apologies for doing the same, just this once!)

And clean up your language please. Otherwise, you are letting the troll drag you down to his level - and trolls enjoy that.
Agree completely. If we can get others to do likewise, then the ignorant, provoking comments become totally meaningless because the trolls are talking to themselves.
It's a noble idea, and one I support (even though I transgress) but it doesn't actually work.
[quote][p][bold]brightonup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]B-hove[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tony the tiger eastbourne[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ringtone[/bold] wrote: Of course we should ave scored more. Its well known that the Leicester team ave been on the sauce since saturday so this was a real chance missed. A good team would have scored ten or more and really boosted the goal difference, still what do you expect with another sterile one up front negative display.[/p][/quote]Tw@t[/p][/quote]Tony - please don't give the troll additional exposure (apologies for doing the same, just this once!) And clean up your language please. Otherwise, you are letting the troll drag you down to his level - and trolls enjoy that.[/p][/quote]Agree completely. If we can get others to do likewise, then the ignorant, provoking comments become totally meaningless because the trolls are talking to themselves.[/p][/quote]It's a noble idea, and one I support (even though I transgress) but it doesn't actually work. Ex-pat Arnie
  • Score: 2

12:32pm Wed 9 Apr 14

gilbertthecat says...

Can someone tell me where the much quoted posession figures are coming from - ie the 30/70? Stats are never totally accurate but the figures quoted on this site when we have most possession stack up well alongside the BBC figures. For this game they're so different. Why?
Can someone tell me where the much quoted posession figures are coming from - ie the 30/70? Stats are never totally accurate but the figures quoted on this site when we have most possession stack up well alongside the BBC figures. For this game they're so different. Why? gilbertthecat
  • Score: 0

1:00pm Wed 9 Apr 14

VegasSeagull says...

The line up that Oscar put out last night almost the same as started against Barnsley, Kaz being the change, but the performance, going by all reports, was vastly different. From what I have read it seems we were playing at a higher tempo than we usually do and we were getting our passes away much quicker. One change doesn't do all that so I have to think that the mental approach from a bunch of players was different, and perhaps the presence of one player can change that, and not just for our players.
The line up that Oscar put out last night almost the same as started against Barnsley, Kaz being the change, but the performance, going by all reports, was vastly different. From what I have read it seems we were playing at a higher tempo than we usually do and we were getting our passes away much quicker. One change doesn't do all that so I have to think that the mental approach from a bunch of players was different, and perhaps the presence of one player can change that, and not just for our players. VegasSeagull
  • Score: 1

1:21pm Wed 9 Apr 14

fan since 61 says...

mikeygit wrote:
Yes Albion obviously played well last night and don,t let us take that away from them---to score 4 goal away from home against a now Premiership Team MUST be good. But Leicester had nothing to play for --they are promoted, thanks goodness OUR players obviously thought they HAD something to play for. We struggled all season to score a goal in many matches and in one game we score four. Must be good for their confidence. One could argue that Barnsley had more to play for than us last week to be safe in this division-so did everything they could to stop Brighton---which they did well. It would be good to think that Oscar has got the message after last nights performance and at the very least can be a platform for better performances to come--caution---one swallow does not make a summer!!
Dont agree Leicester badly want the league title and last night result will have gone down well at all
[quote][p][bold]mikeygit[/bold] wrote: Yes Albion obviously played well last night and don,t let us take that away from them---to score 4 goal away from home against a now Premiership Team MUST be good. But Leicester had nothing to play for --they are promoted, thanks goodness OUR players obviously thought they HAD something to play for. We struggled all season to score a goal in many matches and in one game we score four. Must be good for their confidence. One could argue that Barnsley had more to play for than us last week to be safe in this division-so did everything they could to stop Brighton---which they did well. It would be good to think that Oscar has got the message after last nights performance and at the very least can be a platform for better performances to come--caution---one swallow does not make a summer!![/p][/quote]Dont agree Leicester badly want the league title and last night result will have gone down well at all fan since 61
  • Score: 2

1:54pm Wed 9 Apr 14

VegasSeagull says...

fan since 61 wrote:
mikeygit wrote:
Yes Albion obviously played well last night and don,t let us take that away from them---to score 4 goal away from home against a now Premiership Team MUST be good. But Leicester had nothing to play for --they are promoted, thanks goodness OUR players obviously thought they HAD something to play for. We struggled all season to score a goal in many matches and in one game we score four. Must be good for their confidence. One could argue that Barnsley had more to play for than us last week to be safe in this division-so did everything they could to stop Brighton---which they did well. It would be good to think that Oscar has got the message after last nights performance and at the very least can be a platform for better performances to come--caution---one swallow does not make a summer!!
Dont agree Leicester badly want the league title and last night result will have gone down well at all
Promotion is the goal and they have that, promotion at champions is the icing on the cake. There is no way on God's earth that Leicester are not concerned about being champions, there is a real difference to being the best and being second best.
The Leicester fans will forgive their players for what occured last night, I doubt their manager will, and neither the fans or manager will accept another capitulation, and that bodes well for us considering who they still have to play.
[quote][p][bold]fan since 61[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mikeygit[/bold] wrote: Yes Albion obviously played well last night and don,t let us take that away from them---to score 4 goal away from home against a now Premiership Team MUST be good. But Leicester had nothing to play for --they are promoted, thanks goodness OUR players obviously thought they HAD something to play for. We struggled all season to score a goal in many matches and in one game we score four. Must be good for their confidence. One could argue that Barnsley had more to play for than us last week to be safe in this division-so did everything they could to stop Brighton---which they did well. It would be good to think that Oscar has got the message after last nights performance and at the very least can be a platform for better performances to come--caution---one swallow does not make a summer!![/p][/quote]Dont agree Leicester badly want the league title and last night result will have gone down well at all[/p][/quote]Promotion is the goal and they have that, promotion at champions is the icing on the cake. There is no way on God's earth that Leicester are not concerned about being champions, there is a real difference to being the best and being second best. The Leicester fans will forgive their players for what occured last night, I doubt their manager will, and neither the fans or manager will accept another capitulation, and that bodes well for us considering who they still have to play. VegasSeagull
  • Score: 5

2:10pm Wed 9 Apr 14

VegasSeagull says...

So after all the debate yesterday resulting from the Daily Mail article, how does yesterday's great result reflect on that article.

If Oscar really is a target for either Swansea or Norwich, our win last night can only increase their thinking about Garcia, and if we make the top six, the interest will only grow.
So after all the debate yesterday resulting from the Daily Mail article, how does yesterday's great result reflect on that article. If Oscar really is a target for either Swansea or Norwich, our win last night can only increase their thinking about Garcia, and if we make the top six, the interest will only grow. VegasSeagull
  • Score: 1

2:30pm Wed 9 Apr 14

str8outtaDC says...

mikeygit wrote:
Yes Albion obviously played well last night and don,t let us take that away from them---to score 4 goal away from home against a now Premiership Team MUST be good. But Leicester had nothing to play for --they are promoted, thanks goodness OUR players obviously thought they HAD something to play for. We struggled all season to score a goal in many matches and in one game we score four. Must be good for their confidence. One could argue that Barnsley had more to play for than us last week to be safe in this division-so did everything they could to stop Brighton---which they did well. It would be good to think that Oscar has got the message after last nights performance and at the very least can be a platform for better performances to come--caution---one swallow does not make a summer!!
Lots of talk of Lua Lua but for me he still needs to convince he can do enough defensive stuff to get in team for 90 mins on regular basis. Buckley and Orlandi still better all round players.
[quote][p][bold]mikeygit[/bold] wrote: Yes Albion obviously played well last night and don,t let us take that away from them---to score 4 goal away from home against a now Premiership Team MUST be good. But Leicester had nothing to play for --they are promoted, thanks goodness OUR players obviously thought they HAD something to play for. We struggled all season to score a goal in many matches and in one game we score four. Must be good for their confidence. One could argue that Barnsley had more to play for than us last week to be safe in this division-so did everything they could to stop Brighton---which they did well. It would be good to think that Oscar has got the message after last nights performance and at the very least can be a platform for better performances to come--caution---one swallow does not make a summer!![/p][/quote]Lots of talk of Lua Lua but for me he still needs to convince he can do enough defensive stuff to get in team for 90 mins on regular basis. Buckley and Orlandi still better all round players. str8outtaDC
  • Score: 1

2:39pm Wed 9 Apr 14

Albion In Staffs says...

VegasSeagull wrote:
So after all the debate yesterday resulting from the Daily Mail article, how does yesterday's great result reflect on that article.

If Oscar really is a target for either Swansea or Norwich, our win last night can only increase their thinking about Garcia, and if we make the top six, the interest will only grow.
Well sorry, but I for one, am not going to discuss how a wonderful victory might actually be dangerous! if we go down that route, we'll never want Ulloa to score another goal or Kuszak to make another save. That's paranoia gone mad mate.
So if you're still thinking it's a relevant question, ask the bloke you think is standing next to you....
[quote][p][bold]VegasSeagull[/bold] wrote: So after all the debate yesterday resulting from the Daily Mail article, how does yesterday's great result reflect on that article. If Oscar really is a target for either Swansea or Norwich, our win last night can only increase their thinking about Garcia, and if we make the top six, the interest will only grow.[/p][/quote]Well sorry, but I for one, am not going to discuss how a wonderful victory might actually be dangerous! if we go down that route, we'll never want Ulloa to score another goal or Kuszak to make another save. That's paranoia gone mad mate. So if you're still thinking it's a relevant question, ask the bloke you think is standing next to you.... Albion In Staffs
  • Score: 2

3:05pm Wed 9 Apr 14

Ex-pat Arnie says...

VegasSeagull wrote:
So after all the debate yesterday resulting from the Daily Mail article, how does yesterday's great result reflect on that article.

If Oscar really is a target for either Swansea or Norwich, our win last night can only increase their thinking about Garcia, and if we make the top six, the interest will only grow.
It's a cliché to say so, but interest in our players and coach has to be a good thing as it means they're performing.
[quote][p][bold]VegasSeagull[/bold] wrote: So after all the debate yesterday resulting from the Daily Mail article, how does yesterday's great result reflect on that article. If Oscar really is a target for either Swansea or Norwich, our win last night can only increase their thinking about Garcia, and if we make the top six, the interest will only grow.[/p][/quote]It's a cliché to say so, but interest in our players and coach has to be a good thing as it means they're performing. Ex-pat Arnie
  • Score: 0

3:10pm Wed 9 Apr 14

VegasSeagull says...

Albion In Staffs wrote:
VegasSeagull wrote:
So after all the debate yesterday resulting from the Daily Mail article, how does yesterday's great result reflect on that article.

If Oscar really is a target for either Swansea or Norwich, our win last night can only increase their thinking about Garcia, and if we make the top six, the interest will only grow.
Well sorry, but I for one, am not going to discuss how a wonderful victory might actually be dangerous! if we go down that route, we'll never want Ulloa to score another goal or Kuszak to make another save. That's paranoia gone mad mate.
So if you're still thinking it's a relevant question, ask the bloke you think is standing next to you....
Well yes I get your point, and so does the guy standing next to me. Last night's result will play a part in decisions being made by others, TK could possibly be one. We did ourselves a great service by winning, the playoffs are within reach and that means prem football is, if TK and Oscar are being courted both should now be taking second thoughts about what they want to do.
Norwich and Swansea might also have to have a rehtink as promotion, should it come, might well mean that Oscar will stay, and I say that not knowing if he even wants to go. Last night's result is bigger than just beating the top of the table team.
[quote][p][bold]Albion In Staffs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]VegasSeagull[/bold] wrote: So after all the debate yesterday resulting from the Daily Mail article, how does yesterday's great result reflect on that article. If Oscar really is a target for either Swansea or Norwich, our win last night can only increase their thinking about Garcia, and if we make the top six, the interest will only grow.[/p][/quote]Well sorry, but I for one, am not going to discuss how a wonderful victory might actually be dangerous! if we go down that route, we'll never want Ulloa to score another goal or Kuszak to make another save. That's paranoia gone mad mate. So if you're still thinking it's a relevant question, ask the bloke you think is standing next to you....[/p][/quote]Well yes I get your point, and so does the guy standing next to me. Last night's result will play a part in decisions being made by others, TK could possibly be one. We did ourselves a great service by winning, the playoffs are within reach and that means prem football is, if TK and Oscar are being courted both should now be taking second thoughts about what they want to do. Norwich and Swansea might also have to have a rehtink as promotion, should it come, might well mean that Oscar will stay, and I say that not knowing if he even wants to go. Last night's result is bigger than just beating the top of the table team. VegasSeagull
  • Score: 0

3:30pm Wed 9 Apr 14

Albion In Staffs says...

VegasSeagull wrote:
Albion In Staffs wrote:
VegasSeagull wrote:
So after all the debate yesterday resulting from the Daily Mail article, how does yesterday's great result reflect on that article.

If Oscar really is a target for either Swansea or Norwich, our win last night can only increase their thinking about Garcia, and if we make the top six, the interest will only grow.
Well sorry, but I for one, am not going to discuss how a wonderful victory might actually be dangerous! if we go down that route, we'll never want Ulloa to score another goal or Kuszak to make another save. That's paranoia gone mad mate.
So if you're still thinking it's a relevant question, ask the bloke you think is standing next to you....
Well yes I get your point, and so does the guy standing next to me. Last night's result will play a part in decisions being made by others, TK could possibly be one. We did ourselves a great service by winning, the playoffs are within reach and that means prem football is, if TK and Oscar are being courted both should now be taking second thoughts about what they want to do.
Norwich and Swansea might also have to have a rehtink as promotion, should it come, might well mean that Oscar will stay, and I say that not knowing if he even wants to go. Last night's result is bigger than just beating the top of the table team.
Nice opening line!
I'm afraid I'd prefer to focus on last night's immediate relevance than it's consequences - the longer-term stuff you can't control and is for further down the line anyway.
But...the other element of course is no-one knows whether the link with Norwich and Swansea is real or is the consequence of someone's imagination just to stir the pot.
Neither club have uttered a word and neither would we expect them to.
More pertinently, no-one else seems to have picked up the story and asked Albion or OG for a comment.
Looking at News Now, I can't believe no-one has tried to ask the question and written a story after the game, but there's no mention. Surely someone asks and OG says either "no comment" or "its complete rubbish" and there's a follow up line either way.
The fact the Argus haven't referenced it at all is unusual but I can't help thinking that had it been complete horse droppings, it would have been easy for someone to have said so and put it to bed.
Perhaps the truth is somewhere in the middle? Norwich and Swansea is mischievous positioning, but Albion know OG isn't happy so they can't deny it and OG obviously won't confirm it (at this stage)
Pure conjecture on my part..
[quote][p][bold]VegasSeagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion In Staffs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]VegasSeagull[/bold] wrote: So after all the debate yesterday resulting from the Daily Mail article, how does yesterday's great result reflect on that article. If Oscar really is a target for either Swansea or Norwich, our win last night can only increase their thinking about Garcia, and if we make the top six, the interest will only grow.[/p][/quote]Well sorry, but I for one, am not going to discuss how a wonderful victory might actually be dangerous! if we go down that route, we'll never want Ulloa to score another goal or Kuszak to make another save. That's paranoia gone mad mate. So if you're still thinking it's a relevant question, ask the bloke you think is standing next to you....[/p][/quote]Well yes I get your point, and so does the guy standing next to me. Last night's result will play a part in decisions being made by others, TK could possibly be one. We did ourselves a great service by winning, the playoffs are within reach and that means prem football is, if TK and Oscar are being courted both should now be taking second thoughts about what they want to do. Norwich and Swansea might also have to have a rehtink as promotion, should it come, might well mean that Oscar will stay, and I say that not knowing if he even wants to go. Last night's result is bigger than just beating the top of the table team.[/p][/quote]Nice opening line! I'm afraid I'd prefer to focus on last night's immediate relevance than it's consequences - the longer-term stuff you can't control and is for further down the line anyway. But...the other element of course is no-one knows whether the link with Norwich and Swansea is real or is the consequence of someone's imagination just to stir the pot. Neither club have uttered a word and neither would we expect them to. More pertinently, no-one else seems to have picked up the story and asked Albion or OG for a comment. Looking at News Now, I can't believe no-one has tried to ask the question and written a story after the game, but there's no mention. Surely someone asks and OG says either "no comment" or "its complete rubbish" and there's a follow up line either way. The fact the Argus haven't referenced it at all is unusual but I can't help thinking that had it been complete horse droppings, it would have been easy for someone to have said so and put it to bed. Perhaps the truth is somewhere in the middle? Norwich and Swansea is mischievous positioning, but Albion know OG isn't happy so they can't deny it and OG obviously won't confirm it (at this stage) Pure conjecture on my part.. Albion In Staffs
  • Score: 0

3:34pm Wed 9 Apr 14

brightonfan34 says...

i was at the game last and i agree with leo we should of had more goals
i was at the game last and i agree with leo we should of had more goals brightonfan34
  • Score: 1

3:42pm Wed 9 Apr 14

VegasSeagull says...

Albion In Staffs wrote:
VegasSeagull wrote:
Albion In Staffs wrote:
VegasSeagull wrote:
So after all the debate yesterday resulting from the Daily Mail article, how does yesterday's great result reflect on that article.

If Oscar really is a target for either Swansea or Norwich, our win last night can only increase their thinking about Garcia, and if we make the top six, the interest will only grow.
Well sorry, but I for one, am not going to discuss how a wonderful victory might actually be dangerous! if we go down that route, we'll never want Ulloa to score another goal or Kuszak to make another save. That's paranoia gone mad mate.
So if you're still thinking it's a relevant question, ask the bloke you think is standing next to you....
Well yes I get your point, and so does the guy standing next to me. Last night's result will play a part in decisions being made by others, TK could possibly be one. We did ourselves a great service by winning, the playoffs are within reach and that means prem football is, if TK and Oscar are being courted both should now be taking second thoughts about what they want to do.
Norwich and Swansea might also have to have a rehtink as promotion, should it come, might well mean that Oscar will stay, and I say that not knowing if he even wants to go. Last night's result is bigger than just beating the top of the table team.
Nice opening line!
I'm afraid I'd prefer to focus on last night's immediate relevance than it's consequences - the longer-term stuff you can't control and is for further down the line anyway.
But...the other element of course is no-one knows whether the link with Norwich and Swansea is real or is the consequence of someone's imagination just to stir the pot.
Neither club have uttered a word and neither would we expect them to.
More pertinently, no-one else seems to have picked up the story and asked Albion or OG for a comment.
Looking at News Now, I can't believe no-one has tried to ask the question and written a story after the game, but there's no mention. Surely someone asks and OG says either "no comment" or "its complete rubbish" and there's a follow up line either way.
The fact the Argus haven't referenced it at all is unusual but I can't help thinking that had it been complete horse droppings, it would have been easy for someone to have said so and put it to bed.
Perhaps the truth is somewhere in the middle? Norwich and Swansea is mischievous positioning, but Albion know OG isn't happy so they can't deny it and OG obviously won't confirm it (at this stage)
Pure conjecture on my part..
I guess the main thrust of my comment is that beating Leicester could be bigger than we know.
[quote][p][bold]Albion In Staffs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]VegasSeagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion In Staffs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]VegasSeagull[/bold] wrote: So after all the debate yesterday resulting from the Daily Mail article, how does yesterday's great result reflect on that article. If Oscar really is a target for either Swansea or Norwich, our win last night can only increase their thinking about Garcia, and if we make the top six, the interest will only grow.[/p][/quote]Well sorry, but I for one, am not going to discuss how a wonderful victory might actually be dangerous! if we go down that route, we'll never want Ulloa to score another goal or Kuszak to make another save. That's paranoia gone mad mate. So if you're still thinking it's a relevant question, ask the bloke you think is standing next to you....[/p][/quote]Well yes I get your point, and so does the guy standing next to me. Last night's result will play a part in decisions being made by others, TK could possibly be one. We did ourselves a great service by winning, the playoffs are within reach and that means prem football is, if TK and Oscar are being courted both should now be taking second thoughts about what they want to do. Norwich and Swansea might also have to have a rehtink as promotion, should it come, might well mean that Oscar will stay, and I say that not knowing if he even wants to go. Last night's result is bigger than just beating the top of the table team.[/p][/quote]Nice opening line! I'm afraid I'd prefer to focus on last night's immediate relevance than it's consequences - the longer-term stuff you can't control and is for further down the line anyway. But...the other element of course is no-one knows whether the link with Norwich and Swansea is real or is the consequence of someone's imagination just to stir the pot. Neither club have uttered a word and neither would we expect them to. More pertinently, no-one else seems to have picked up the story and asked Albion or OG for a comment. Looking at News Now, I can't believe no-one has tried to ask the question and written a story after the game, but there's no mention. Surely someone asks and OG says either "no comment" or "its complete rubbish" and there's a follow up line either way. The fact the Argus haven't referenced it at all is unusual but I can't help thinking that had it been complete horse droppings, it would have been easy for someone to have said so and put it to bed. Perhaps the truth is somewhere in the middle? Norwich and Swansea is mischievous positioning, but Albion know OG isn't happy so they can't deny it and OG obviously won't confirm it (at this stage) Pure conjecture on my part..[/p][/quote]I guess the main thrust of my comment is that beating Leicester could be bigger than we know. VegasSeagull
  • Score: -2

4:12pm Wed 9 Apr 14

fratsomrover says...

Joel'sGrandad wrote:
So we had 30% possession and still won 4-1. Maybe possession is not the be all and end all. Just goes to show it's what you do with the ball when you have it that counts not how long you have the ball. Although it must help.
I'm delighted but confused that everything suddenly fell into place last night.
We now need to take this into the Charlton game and make it count until the end of the season which will be 24th May with a bit of luck. UTA
People do go overboard about possession. I really dont understand why.
There was a great statistic the other week where a team completed 524 passes to their opponents 278. They lost the game 2 v 0.
Now if you got 3 points for making the most passes I could understand the Possession theorists, but the aim of football is to score more goals than your opponent.
As we've seen ourselves "tippy tappy" football along your back line does not achieve anything, so it's pointless to keep harping on about it.
Shots on target win matches and gains you points.
Let's hope a lesson was learned last night in that if you put out a team with pace, flair and a degree of freedom to express themselves positively coupled with a good work ethic aimed at keeping the ball in the opposition half, you are more likely to score goals, win games and increase excitement.
[quote][p][bold]Joel'sGrandad[/bold] wrote: So we had 30% possession and still won 4-1. Maybe possession is not the be all and end all. Just goes to show it's what you do with the ball when you have it that counts not how long you have the ball. Although it must help. I'm delighted but confused that everything suddenly fell into place last night. We now need to take this into the Charlton game and make it count until the end of the season which will be 24th May with a bit of luck. UTA[/p][/quote]People do go overboard about possession. I really dont understand why. There was a great statistic the other week where a team completed 524 passes to their opponents 278. They lost the game 2 v 0. Now if you got 3 points for making the most passes I could understand the Possession theorists, but the aim of football is to score more goals than your opponent. As we've seen ourselves "tippy tappy" football along your back line does not achieve anything, so it's pointless to keep harping on about it. Shots on target win matches and gains you points. Let's hope a lesson was learned last night in that if you put out a team with pace, flair and a degree of freedom to express themselves positively coupled with a good work ethic aimed at keeping the ball in the opposition half, you are more likely to score goals, win games and increase excitement. fratsomrover
  • Score: 0

4:22pm Wed 9 Apr 14

VegasSeagull says...

fratsomrover wrote:
Joel'sGrandad wrote:
So we had 30% possession and still won 4-1. Maybe possession is not the be all and end all. Just goes to show it's what you do with the ball when you have it that counts not how long you have the ball. Although it must help.
I'm delighted but confused that everything suddenly fell into place last night.
We now need to take this into the Charlton game and make it count until the end of the season which will be 24th May with a bit of luck. UTA
People do go overboard about possession. I really dont understand why.
There was a great statistic the other week where a team completed 524 passes to their opponents 278. They lost the game 2 v 0.
Now if you got 3 points for making the most passes I could understand the Possession theorists, but the aim of football is to score more goals than your opponent.
As we've seen ourselves "tippy tappy" football along your back line does not achieve anything, so it's pointless to keep harping on about it.
Shots on target win matches and gains you points.
Let's hope a lesson was learned last night in that if you put out a team with pace, flair and a degree of freedom to express themselves positively coupled with a good work ethic aimed at keeping the ball in the opposition half, you are more likely to score goals, win games and increase excitement.
A possible flip side to your comment Fratsomrover, you don't create chances or have shots on target of you don't have the ball. I am not saying that you are wrong, we should play higher up the pitch when at all possible, and yes we need to get the ball forward more quickly, but you have got to have the ball to do either and the more you have the ball, the more you can do it. I think what frustrates the fans more than anything is when we play a dozen or more languid passes and still see the ball in our own half, and perhaps that is what you meant.
[quote][p][bold]fratsomrover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Joel'sGrandad[/bold] wrote: So we had 30% possession and still won 4-1. Maybe possession is not the be all and end all. Just goes to show it's what you do with the ball when you have it that counts not how long you have the ball. Although it must help. I'm delighted but confused that everything suddenly fell into place last night. We now need to take this into the Charlton game and make it count until the end of the season which will be 24th May with a bit of luck. UTA[/p][/quote]People do go overboard about possession. I really dont understand why. There was a great statistic the other week where a team completed 524 passes to their opponents 278. They lost the game 2 v 0. Now if you got 3 points for making the most passes I could understand the Possession theorists, but the aim of football is to score more goals than your opponent. As we've seen ourselves "tippy tappy" football along your back line does not achieve anything, so it's pointless to keep harping on about it. Shots on target win matches and gains you points. Let's hope a lesson was learned last night in that if you put out a team with pace, flair and a degree of freedom to express themselves positively coupled with a good work ethic aimed at keeping the ball in the opposition half, you are more likely to score goals, win games and increase excitement.[/p][/quote]A possible flip side to your comment Fratsomrover, you don't create chances or have shots on target of you don't have the ball. I am not saying that you are wrong, we should play higher up the pitch when at all possible, and yes we need to get the ball forward more quickly, but you have got to have the ball to do either and the more you have the ball, the more you can do it. I think what frustrates the fans more than anything is when we play a dozen or more languid passes and still see the ball in our own half, and perhaps that is what you meant. VegasSeagull
  • Score: 0

4:41pm Wed 9 Apr 14

ballantrrae says...

Blue and White Gulls wrote:
Albion In Staffs wrote:
Max Ripple wrote:
Please Ringtone. Put a sock in it. We only had 30% of possession last night apparently. So Leicester had 70%. They were on the offensive for most of the night but couldn't take their chances. We obviously defended we'll again. And the - we took our chances! Marvellous! Not just do until to "the sauce" as you put it.
Where did this 30% possession stat come from? According to the BBC our slice was 46% and having been there, I'd suggest even that is conservative. We knocked it around last night with considerable ease.
As mentioned on another thread, I don't see us too often, so I can't say the regular frustrations vented here about negative tactics has been wrong, but last night players pushed forward, took responsibility and were in control of most of what they did.
At times, we had 2/3/4 players interchanging in attacking areas and (wait for it) Keith Andrews, did a great job in front of - and sometimes alongside - the central defensive two to set things off. Not spectacular or eye-catching but impressive.
Does it put everything right in one go? Of course not, but you couldn't fail to be impressed.
Oh and yes, Ringtone, Max Ripple is right, put a sock in it. Given the opportunity, I wouldn't have been so polite.....
On phone Sky app which covered the stats for the game they have put it down as 70 - 30. I wasn't there so can only go by what they say. t sounded a great night full of atmosphere and commentary definitely said that Leicester weren't in holiday mode.
Interesting to see that the BBC website quotes BHA as having 46% possession and the Argus which I believe uses the Albion's own stats gives us 51%. Oh well we have all heard the saying about lies and statistics. So I guess one can take any of the 3 options on offer as being accurate.
Moving on, Lingard is quoted on a thread posted last night that he thought we 'moved' the ball faster last night than we normally do. I wonder if this higher tempo approach was the reason that we looked sharper and clearly were more clinical yesterday. I raise this since a number of posters on here have consistently pointed out that we are too slow and predictable in our build up play which is why we have often found it difficult to break teams down. This higher tempo game was most effective last night and I hope that we continue to employ it not only for the rest of this season but also next.
[quote][p][bold]Blue and White Gulls[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion In Staffs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Max Ripple[/bold] wrote: Please Ringtone. Put a sock in it. We only had 30% of possession last night apparently. So Leicester had 70%. They were on the offensive for most of the night but couldn't take their chances. We obviously defended we'll again. And the - we took our chances! Marvellous! Not just do until to "the sauce" as you put it.[/p][/quote]Where did this 30% possession stat come from? According to the BBC our slice was 46% and having been there, I'd suggest even that is conservative. We knocked it around last night with considerable ease. As mentioned on another thread, I don't see us too often, so I can't say the regular frustrations vented here about negative tactics has been wrong, but last night players pushed forward, took responsibility and were in control of most of what they did. At times, we had 2/3/4 players interchanging in attacking areas and (wait for it) Keith Andrews, did a great job in front of - and sometimes alongside - the central defensive two to set things off. Not spectacular or eye-catching but impressive. Does it put everything right in one go? Of course not, but you couldn't fail to be impressed. Oh and yes, Ringtone, Max Ripple is right, put a sock in it. Given the opportunity, I wouldn't have been so polite.....[/p][/quote]On phone Sky app which covered the stats for the game they have put it down as 70 - 30. I wasn't there so can only go by what they say. t sounded a great night full of atmosphere and commentary definitely said that Leicester weren't in holiday mode.[/p][/quote]Interesting to see that the BBC website quotes BHA as having 46% possession and the Argus which I believe uses the Albion's own stats gives us 51%. Oh well we have all heard the saying about lies and statistics. So I guess one can take any of the 3 options on offer as being accurate. Moving on, Lingard is quoted on a thread posted last night that he thought we 'moved' the ball faster last night than we normally do. I wonder if this higher tempo approach was the reason that we looked sharper and clearly were more clinical yesterday. I raise this since a number of posters on here have consistently pointed out that we are too slow and predictable in our build up play which is why we have often found it difficult to break teams down. This higher tempo game was most effective last night and I hope that we continue to employ it not only for the rest of this season but also next. ballantrrae
  • Score: 5

4:53pm Wed 9 Apr 14

brightonup says...

Ex-pat Arnie wrote:
brightonup wrote:
B-hove wrote:
Tony the tiger eastbourne wrote:
ringtone wrote:
Of course we should ave scored more.

Its well known that the Leicester team ave been on the sauce since saturday so this was a real chance missed.

A good team would have scored ten or more and really boosted the goal difference, still what do you expect with another sterile one up front negative display.
Tw@t
Tony - please don't give the troll additional exposure (apologies for doing the same, just this once!)

And clean up your language please. Otherwise, you are letting the troll drag you down to his level - and trolls enjoy that.
Agree completely. If we can get others to do likewise, then the ignorant, provoking comments become totally meaningless because the trolls are talking to themselves.
It's a noble idea, and one I support (even though I transgress) but it doesn't actually work.
Give it time.......
[quote][p][bold]Ex-pat Arnie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]brightonup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]B-hove[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tony the tiger eastbourne[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ringtone[/bold] wrote: Of course we should ave scored more. Its well known that the Leicester team ave been on the sauce since saturday so this was a real chance missed. A good team would have scored ten or more and really boosted the goal difference, still what do you expect with another sterile one up front negative display.[/p][/quote]Tw@t[/p][/quote]Tony - please don't give the troll additional exposure (apologies for doing the same, just this once!) And clean up your language please. Otherwise, you are letting the troll drag you down to his level - and trolls enjoy that.[/p][/quote]Agree completely. If we can get others to do likewise, then the ignorant, provoking comments become totally meaningless because the trolls are talking to themselves.[/p][/quote]It's a noble idea, and one I support (even though I transgress) but it doesn't actually work.[/p][/quote]Give it time....... brightonup
  • Score: -1

5:03pm Wed 9 Apr 14

brightonup says...

brightonup wrote:
Ex-pat Arnie wrote:
brightonup wrote:
B-hove wrote:
Tony the tiger eastbourne wrote:
ringtone wrote:
Of course we should ave scored more.

Its well known that the Leicester team ave been on the sauce since saturday so this was a real chance missed.

A good team would have scored ten or more and really boosted the goal difference, still what do you expect with another sterile one up front negative display.
Tw@t
Tony - please don't give the troll additional exposure (apologies for doing the same, just this once!)

And clean up your language please. Otherwise, you are letting the troll drag you down to his level - and trolls enjoy that.
Agree completely. If we can get others to do likewise, then the ignorant, provoking comments become totally meaningless because the trolls are talking to themselves.
It's a noble idea, and one I support (even though I transgress) but it doesn't actually work.
Give it time.......
The whole point is this....
Every time you respond directly to a stupid, windup comment you reward moronic behaviour and it carries on.
Make a comment ABOUT idiotic statements if you must, but please.... don't grace their drivel with a DIRECT response! It's what they are fishing for.... and you are biting!!!
[quote][p][bold]brightonup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ex-pat Arnie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]brightonup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]B-hove[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tony the tiger eastbourne[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ringtone[/bold] wrote: Of course we should ave scored more. Its well known that the Leicester team ave been on the sauce since saturday so this was a real chance missed. A good team would have scored ten or more and really boosted the goal difference, still what do you expect with another sterile one up front negative display.[/p][/quote]Tw@t[/p][/quote]Tony - please don't give the troll additional exposure (apologies for doing the same, just this once!) And clean up your language please. Otherwise, you are letting the troll drag you down to his level - and trolls enjoy that.[/p][/quote]Agree completely. If we can get others to do likewise, then the ignorant, provoking comments become totally meaningless because the trolls are talking to themselves.[/p][/quote]It's a noble idea, and one I support (even though I transgress) but it doesn't actually work.[/p][/quote]Give it time.......[/p][/quote]The whole point is this.... Every time you respond directly to a stupid, windup comment you reward moronic behaviour and it carries on. Make a comment ABOUT idiotic statements if you must, but please.... don't grace their drivel with a DIRECT response! It's what they are fishing for.... and you are biting!!! brightonup
  • Score: 2

5:13pm Wed 9 Apr 14

Ex-pat Arnie says...

brightonup wrote:
brightonup wrote:
Ex-pat Arnie wrote:
brightonup wrote:
B-hove wrote:
Tony the tiger eastbourne wrote:
ringtone wrote:
Of course we should ave scored more.

Its well known that the Leicester team ave been on the sauce since saturday so this was a real chance missed.

A good team would have scored ten or more and really boosted the goal difference, still what do you expect with another sterile one up front negative display.
Tw@t
Tony - please don't give the troll additional exposure (apologies for doing the same, just this once!)

And clean up your language please. Otherwise, you are letting the troll drag you down to his level - and trolls enjoy that.
Agree completely. If we can get others to do likewise, then the ignorant, provoking comments become totally meaningless because the trolls are talking to themselves.
It's a noble idea, and one I support (even though I transgress) but it doesn't actually work.
Give it time.......
The whole point is this....
Every time you respond directly to a stupid, windup comment you reward moronic behaviour and it carries on.
Make a comment ABOUT idiotic statements if you must, but please.... don't grace their drivel with a DIRECT response! It's what they are fishing for.... and you are biting!!!
Only if you reply to their comment as if it was a serious point you disagree with strongly. Freeloaders (and to a lesser extent, Ringtone) have been ignored on several occasions over the last year and nothing changed. It is not just the response they crave, they delight in the fact they think they're trolling. It's all the same to a sociopath (something freeloaders/Knights Temple most certainly is). It is the very act of writing inflammatory posts that is their raison d'être.

Seriously, no trolling has ever been controlled by mass ignoring, but I will endeavour to try again.
[quote][p][bold]brightonup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]brightonup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ex-pat Arnie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]brightonup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]B-hove[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tony the tiger eastbourne[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ringtone[/bold] wrote: Of course we should ave scored more. Its well known that the Leicester team ave been on the sauce since saturday so this was a real chance missed. A good team would have scored ten or more and really boosted the goal difference, still what do you expect with another sterile one up front negative display.[/p][/quote]Tw@t[/p][/quote]Tony - please don't give the troll additional exposure (apologies for doing the same, just this once!) And clean up your language please. Otherwise, you are letting the troll drag you down to his level - and trolls enjoy that.[/p][/quote]Agree completely. If we can get others to do likewise, then the ignorant, provoking comments become totally meaningless because the trolls are talking to themselves.[/p][/quote]It's a noble idea, and one I support (even though I transgress) but it doesn't actually work.[/p][/quote]Give it time.......[/p][/quote]The whole point is this.... Every time you respond directly to a stupid, windup comment you reward moronic behaviour and it carries on. Make a comment ABOUT idiotic statements if you must, but please.... don't grace their drivel with a DIRECT response! It's what they are fishing for.... and you are biting!!![/p][/quote]Only if you reply to their comment as if it was a serious point you disagree with strongly. Freeloaders (and to a lesser extent, Ringtone) have been ignored on several occasions over the last year and nothing changed. It is not just the response they crave, they delight in the fact they think they're trolling. It's all the same to a sociopath (something freeloaders/Knights Temple most certainly is). It is the very act of writing inflammatory posts that is their raison d'être. Seriously, no trolling has ever been controlled by mass ignoring, but I will endeavour to try again. Ex-pat Arnie
  • Score: 0

5:55pm Wed 9 Apr 14

gordongull says...

Ex-pat Arnie wrote:
brightonup wrote:
brightonup wrote:
Ex-pat Arnie wrote:
brightonup wrote:
B-hove wrote:
Tony the tiger eastbourne wrote:
ringtone wrote:
Of course we should ave scored more.

Its well known that the Leicester team ave been on the sauce since saturday so this was a real chance missed.

A good team would have scored ten or more and really boosted the goal difference, still what do you expect with another sterile one up front negative display.
Tw@t
Tony - please don't give the troll additional exposure (apologies for doing the same, just this once!)

And clean up your language please. Otherwise, you are letting the troll drag you down to his level - and trolls enjoy that.
Agree completely. If we can get others to do likewise, then the ignorant, provoking comments become totally meaningless because the trolls are talking to themselves.
It's a noble idea, and one I support (even though I transgress) but it doesn't actually work.
Give it time.......
The whole point is this....
Every time you respond directly to a stupid, windup comment you reward moronic behaviour and it carries on.
Make a comment ABOUT idiotic statements if you must, but please.... don't grace their drivel with a DIRECT response! It's what they are fishing for.... and you are biting!!!
Only if you reply to their comment as if it was a serious point you disagree with strongly. Freeloaders (and to a lesser extent, Ringtone) have been ignored on several occasions over the last year and nothing changed. It is not just the response they crave, they delight in the fact they think they're trolling. It's all the same to a sociopath (something freeloaders/Knights Temple most certainly is). It is the very act of writing inflammatory posts that is their raison d'être.

Seriously, no trolling has ever been controlled by mass ignoring, but I will endeavour to try again.
From a practical point of view, if you don't respond, there is 50% less garbage to scroll through.
That is why I would ask you to keep transgression to a minimum, Ex-pat Arnie.
[quote][p][bold]Ex-pat Arnie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]brightonup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]brightonup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ex-pat Arnie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]brightonup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]B-hove[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tony the tiger eastbourne[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ringtone[/bold] wrote: Of course we should ave scored more. Its well known that the Leicester team ave been on the sauce since saturday so this was a real chance missed. A good team would have scored ten or more and really boosted the goal difference, still what do you expect with another sterile one up front negative display.[/p][/quote]Tw@t[/p][/quote]Tony - please don't give the troll additional exposure (apologies for doing the same, just this once!) And clean up your language please. Otherwise, you are letting the troll drag you down to his level - and trolls enjoy that.[/p][/quote]Agree completely. If we can get others to do likewise, then the ignorant, provoking comments become totally meaningless because the trolls are talking to themselves.[/p][/quote]It's a noble idea, and one I support (even though I transgress) but it doesn't actually work.[/p][/quote]Give it time.......[/p][/quote]The whole point is this.... Every time you respond directly to a stupid, windup comment you reward moronic behaviour and it carries on. Make a comment ABOUT idiotic statements if you must, but please.... don't grace their drivel with a DIRECT response! It's what they are fishing for.... and you are biting!!![/p][/quote]Only if you reply to their comment as if it was a serious point you disagree with strongly. Freeloaders (and to a lesser extent, Ringtone) have been ignored on several occasions over the last year and nothing changed. It is not just the response they crave, they delight in the fact they think they're trolling. It's all the same to a sociopath (something freeloaders/Knights Temple most certainly is). It is the very act of writing inflammatory posts that is their raison d'être. Seriously, no trolling has ever been controlled by mass ignoring, but I will endeavour to try again.[/p][/quote]From a practical point of view, if you don't respond, there is 50% less garbage to scroll through. That is why I would ask you to keep transgression to a minimum, Ex-pat Arnie. gordongull
  • Score: 1

5:57pm Wed 9 Apr 14

brightonup says...

Ex-pat Arnie wrote:
brightonup wrote:
brightonup wrote:
Ex-pat Arnie wrote:
brightonup wrote:
B-hove wrote:
Tony the tiger eastbourne wrote:
ringtone wrote:
Of course we should ave scored more.

Its well known that the Leicester team ave been on the sauce since saturday so this was a real chance missed.

A good team would have scored ten or more and really boosted the goal difference, still what do you expect with another sterile one up front negative display.
Tw@t
Tony - please don't give the troll additional exposure (apologies for doing the same, just this once!)

And clean up your language please. Otherwise, you are letting the troll drag you down to his level - and trolls enjoy that.
Agree completely. If we can get others to do likewise, then the ignorant, provoking comments become totally meaningless because the trolls are talking to themselves.
It's a noble idea, and one I support (even though I transgress) but it doesn't actually work.
Give it time.......
The whole point is this....
Every time you respond directly to a stupid, windup comment you reward moronic behaviour and it carries on.
Make a comment ABOUT idiotic statements if you must, but please.... don't grace their drivel with a DIRECT response! It's what they are fishing for.... and you are biting!!!
Only if you reply to their comment as if it was a serious point you disagree with strongly. Freeloaders (and to a lesser extent, Ringtone) have been ignored on several occasions over the last year and nothing changed. It is not just the response they crave, they delight in the fact they think they're trolling. It's all the same to a sociopath (something freeloaders/Knights Temple most certainly is). It is the very act of writing inflammatory posts that is their raison d'être.

Seriously, no trolling has ever been controlled by mass ignoring, but I will endeavour to try again.
Cheers
I appreciate the difficulties and thank you for all your many informed, positive comments
[quote][p][bold]Ex-pat Arnie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]brightonup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]brightonup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ex-pat Arnie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]brightonup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]B-hove[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tony the tiger eastbourne[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ringtone[/bold] wrote: Of course we should ave scored more. Its well known that the Leicester team ave been on the sauce since saturday so this was a real chance missed. A good team would have scored ten or more and really boosted the goal difference, still what do you expect with another sterile one up front negative display.[/p][/quote]Tw@t[/p][/quote]Tony - please don't give the troll additional exposure (apologies for doing the same, just this once!) And clean up your language please. Otherwise, you are letting the troll drag you down to his level - and trolls enjoy that.[/p][/quote]Agree completely. If we can get others to do likewise, then the ignorant, provoking comments become totally meaningless because the trolls are talking to themselves.[/p][/quote]It's a noble idea, and one I support (even though I transgress) but it doesn't actually work.[/p][/quote]Give it time.......[/p][/quote]The whole point is this.... Every time you respond directly to a stupid, windup comment you reward moronic behaviour and it carries on. Make a comment ABOUT idiotic statements if you must, but please.... don't grace their drivel with a DIRECT response! It's what they are fishing for.... and you are biting!!![/p][/quote]Only if you reply to their comment as if it was a serious point you disagree with strongly. Freeloaders (and to a lesser extent, Ringtone) have been ignored on several occasions over the last year and nothing changed. It is not just the response they crave, they delight in the fact they think they're trolling. It's all the same to a sociopath (something freeloaders/Knights Temple most certainly is). It is the very act of writing inflammatory posts that is their raison d'être. Seriously, no trolling has ever been controlled by mass ignoring, but I will endeavour to try again.[/p][/quote]Cheers I appreciate the difficulties and thank you for all your many informed, positive comments brightonup
  • Score: 1

6:23pm Wed 9 Apr 14

OldGull says...

B rian Tawses left foot wrote:
ringtone says...

Of course we should ave scored more.

Its well known that the Leicester team ave been on the sauce since saturday so this was a real chance missed.

A good team would have scored ten or more and really boosted the goal difference, still what do you expect with another sterile one up front negative display.

Tool.
I have to disagree B rian
Tools serve a purpose
[quote][p][bold]B rian Tawses left foot[/bold] wrote: ringtone says... Of course we should ave scored more. Its well known that the Leicester team ave been on the sauce since saturday so this was a real chance missed. A good team would have scored ten or more and really boosted the goal difference, still what do you expect with another sterile one up front negative display. Tool.[/p][/quote]I have to disagree B rian Tools serve a purpose OldGull
  • Score: 1

6:35pm Wed 9 Apr 14

OldGull says...

brightonup wrote:
Ex-pat Arnie wrote:
brightonup wrote:
brightonup wrote:
Ex-pat Arnie wrote:
brightonup wrote:
B-hove wrote:
Tony the tiger eastbourne wrote:
ringtone wrote:
Of course we should ave scored more.

Its well known that the Leicester team ave been on the sauce since saturday so this was a real chance missed.

A good team would have scored ten or more and really boosted the goal difference, still what do you expect with another sterile one up front negative display.
Tw@t
Tony - please don't give the troll additional exposure (apologies for doing the same, just this once!)

And clean up your language please. Otherwise, you are letting the troll drag you down to his level - and trolls enjoy that.
Agree completely. If we can get others to do likewise, then the ignorant, provoking comments become totally meaningless because the trolls are talking to themselves.
It's a noble idea, and one I support (even though I transgress) but it doesn't actually work.
Give it time.......
The whole point is this....
Every time you respond directly to a stupid, windup comment you reward moronic behaviour and it carries on.
Make a comment ABOUT idiotic statements if you must, but please.... don't grace their drivel with a DIRECT response! It's what they are fishing for.... and you are biting!!!
Only if you reply to their comment as if it was a serious point you disagree with strongly. Freeloaders (and to a lesser extent, Ringtone) have been ignored on several occasions over the last year and nothing changed. It is not just the response they crave, they delight in the fact they think they're trolling. It's all the same to a sociopath (something freeloaders/Knights Temple most certainly is). It is the very act of writing inflammatory posts that is their raison d'être.

Seriously, no trolling has ever been controlled by mass ignoring, but I will endeavour to try again.
Cheers
I appreciate the difficulties and thank you for all your many informed, positive comments
commenting about the response to a trollpost feeds the troll.
And I have just added to the feed
So no doubt Ringpiece is now sniggering under his stone
[quote][p][bold]brightonup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ex-pat Arnie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]brightonup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]brightonup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ex-pat Arnie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]brightonup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]B-hove[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tony the tiger eastbourne[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ringtone[/bold] wrote: Of course we should ave scored more. Its well known that the Leicester team ave been on the sauce since saturday so this was a real chance missed. A good team would have scored ten or more and really boosted the goal difference, still what do you expect with another sterile one up front negative display.[/p][/quote]Tw@t[/p][/quote]Tony - please don't give the troll additional exposure (apologies for doing the same, just this once!) And clean up your language please. Otherwise, you are letting the troll drag you down to his level - and trolls enjoy that.[/p][/quote]Agree completely. If we can get others to do likewise, then the ignorant, provoking comments become totally meaningless because the trolls are talking to themselves.[/p][/quote]It's a noble idea, and one I support (even though I transgress) but it doesn't actually work.[/p][/quote]Give it time.......[/p][/quote]The whole point is this.... Every time you respond directly to a stupid, windup comment you reward moronic behaviour and it carries on. Make a comment ABOUT idiotic statements if you must, but please.... don't grace their drivel with a DIRECT response! It's what they are fishing for.... and you are biting!!![/p][/quote]Only if you reply to their comment as if it was a serious point you disagree with strongly. Freeloaders (and to a lesser extent, Ringtone) have been ignored on several occasions over the last year and nothing changed. It is not just the response they crave, they delight in the fact they think they're trolling. It's all the same to a sociopath (something freeloaders/Knights Temple most certainly is). It is the very act of writing inflammatory posts that is their raison d'être. Seriously, no trolling has ever been controlled by mass ignoring, but I will endeavour to try again.[/p][/quote]Cheers I appreciate the difficulties and thank you for all your many informed, positive comments[/p][/quote]commenting about the response to a trollpost feeds the troll. And I have just added to the feed So no doubt Ringpiece is now sniggering under his stone OldGull
  • Score: 2

8:14pm Wed 9 Apr 14

brightonup says...

The sad truth is that these triffids get aroused by fans' responses. They really are that deprived of more fulfilling and productive hobbies!

You can imagine them salivating at the thought they might have caused some discomfort to genuine supporters - and then there is the orgasmic prospect of getting an angry reaction.

Strange behaviour but that is probably the thrill of their day!
The sad truth is that these triffids get aroused by fans' responses. They really are that deprived of more fulfilling and productive hobbies! You can imagine them salivating at the thought they might have caused some discomfort to genuine supporters - and then there is the orgasmic prospect of getting an angry reaction. Strange behaviour but that is probably the thrill of their day! brightonup
  • Score: 1

9:07pm Wed 9 Apr 14

ringtone says...

brightonup wrote:
The sad truth is that these triffids get aroused by fans' responses. They really are that deprived of more fulfilling and productive hobbies!

You can imagine them salivating at the thought they might have caused some discomfort to genuine supporters - and then there is the orgasmic prospect of getting an angry reaction.

Strange behaviour but that is probably the thrill of their day!
Mate I know exactley how you feel, literally.
[quote][p][bold]brightonup[/bold] wrote: The sad truth is that these triffids get aroused by fans' responses. They really are that deprived of more fulfilling and productive hobbies! You can imagine them salivating at the thought they might have caused some discomfort to genuine supporters - and then there is the orgasmic prospect of getting an angry reaction. Strange behaviour but that is probably the thrill of their day![/p][/quote]Mate I know exactley how you feel, literally. ringtone
  • Score: -3

9:08pm Wed 9 Apr 14

brightonup says...

...but at least they acknowledge they are triffids
...but at least they acknowledge they are triffids brightonup
  • Score: 2

9:34pm Wed 9 Apr 14

Albion In Staffs says...

ringtone wrote:
brightonup wrote:
The sad truth is that these triffids get aroused by fans' responses. They really are that deprived of more fulfilling and productive hobbies!

You can imagine them salivating at the thought they might have caused some discomfort to genuine supporters - and then there is the orgasmic prospect of getting an angry reaction.

Strange behaviour but that is probably the thrill of their day!
Mate I know exactley how you feel, literally.
Literally? You clearly don't know the meaning of the word.
[quote][p][bold]ringtone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]brightonup[/bold] wrote: The sad truth is that these triffids get aroused by fans' responses. They really are that deprived of more fulfilling and productive hobbies! You can imagine them salivating at the thought they might have caused some discomfort to genuine supporters - and then there is the orgasmic prospect of getting an angry reaction. Strange behaviour but that is probably the thrill of their day![/p][/quote]Mate I know exactley how you feel, literally.[/p][/quote]Literally? You clearly don't know the meaning of the word. Albion In Staffs
  • Score: 2

12:47am Thu 10 Apr 14

KeefyH69 says...

Joel'sGrandad wrote:
So we had 30% possession and still won 4-1. Maybe possession is not the be all and end all. Just goes to show it's what you do with the ball when you have it that counts not how long you have the ball. Although it must help.
I'm delighted but confused that everything suddenly fell into place last night.
We now need to take this into the Charlton game and make it count until the end of the season which will be 24th May with a bit of luck. UTA
You're right, possession is not the be all and end all. It doesn't matter if you have 90% possession and give the ball away cheaply in dangerous areas from which you concede goals. If you DO have 90% possession, the trick is to RETAIN possession!
I've mentioned this before a long time ago when Gus first joined The Albion and the hoof it brigade were, (and still are), complaining about tippy tappy football; my sports master some 60 yrs ago asked us, "Who is the side on the attack?", and we looked blankly. The answer? "The side with the ball!". An obvious concept that still remains true today. It IS what you do with the ball, and that means RETAINING the ball or winning it back quickly. The possession stats for last night just meant that we got the most USE out of our possession than did Leicester. I remember once we had won the Div One title under Gus, the last few games for us were indifferent to say the least! Starting with Huddersfield at home.
[quote][p][bold]Joel'sGrandad[/bold] wrote: So we had 30% possession and still won 4-1. Maybe possession is not the be all and end all. Just goes to show it's what you do with the ball when you have it that counts not how long you have the ball. Although it must help. I'm delighted but confused that everything suddenly fell into place last night. We now need to take this into the Charlton game and make it count until the end of the season which will be 24th May with a bit of luck. UTA[/p][/quote]You're right, possession is not the be all and end all. It doesn't matter if you have 90% possession and give the ball away cheaply in dangerous areas from which you concede goals. If you DO have 90% possession, the trick is to RETAIN possession! I've mentioned this before a long time ago when Gus first joined The Albion and the hoof it brigade were, (and still are), complaining about tippy tappy football; my sports master some 60 yrs ago asked us, "Who is the side on the attack?", and we looked blankly. The answer? "The side with the ball!". An obvious concept that still remains true today. It IS what you do with the ball, and that means RETAINING the ball or winning it back quickly. The possession stats for last night just meant that we got the most USE out of our possession than did Leicester. I remember once we had won the Div One title under Gus, the last few games for us were indifferent to say the least! Starting with Huddersfield at home. KeefyH69
  • Score: 0

12:47am Thu 10 Apr 14

KeefyH69 says...

Joel'sGrandad wrote:
So we had 30% possession and still won 4-1. Maybe possession is not the be all and end all. Just goes to show it's what you do with the ball when you have it that counts not how long you have the ball. Although it must help.
I'm delighted but confused that everything suddenly fell into place last night.
We now need to take this into the Charlton game and make it count until the end of the season which will be 24th May with a bit of luck. UTA
You're right, possession is not the be all and end all. It doesn't matter if you have 90% possession and give the ball away cheaply in dangerous areas from which you concede goals. If you DO have 90% possession, the trick is to RETAIN possession!
I've mentioned this before a long time ago when Gus first joined The Albion and the hoof it brigade were, (and still are), complaining about tippy tappy football; my sports master some 60 yrs ago asked us, "Who is the side on the attack?", and we looked blankly. The answer? "The side with the ball!". An obvious concept that still remains true today. It IS what you do with the ball, and that means RETAINING the ball or winning it back quickly. The possession stats for last night just meant that we got the most USE out of our possession than did Leicester. I remember once we had won the Div One title under Gus, the last few games for us were indifferent to say the least! Starting with Huddersfield at home.
[quote][p][bold]Joel'sGrandad[/bold] wrote: So we had 30% possession and still won 4-1. Maybe possession is not the be all and end all. Just goes to show it's what you do with the ball when you have it that counts not how long you have the ball. Although it must help. I'm delighted but confused that everything suddenly fell into place last night. We now need to take this into the Charlton game and make it count until the end of the season which will be 24th May with a bit of luck. UTA[/p][/quote]You're right, possession is not the be all and end all. It doesn't matter if you have 90% possession and give the ball away cheaply in dangerous areas from which you concede goals. If you DO have 90% possession, the trick is to RETAIN possession! I've mentioned this before a long time ago when Gus first joined The Albion and the hoof it brigade were, (and still are), complaining about tippy tappy football; my sports master some 60 yrs ago asked us, "Who is the side on the attack?", and we looked blankly. The answer? "The side with the ball!". An obvious concept that still remains true today. It IS what you do with the ball, and that means RETAINING the ball or winning it back quickly. The possession stats for last night just meant that we got the most USE out of our possession than did Leicester. I remember once we had won the Div One title under Gus, the last few games for us were indifferent to say the least! Starting with Huddersfield at home. KeefyH69
  • Score: 0

1:32am Thu 10 Apr 14

BIG TROUBLE says...

russellsnr2 wrote:
A great result and congrats to all involved.
Listened on the player and really sounded as though we just all gelled together from the back to the front.
Hope we can play the same 11 on Saturday they deserve it!!!
Hope so
One stat from last season we had 62 points at the same stage only a point off what a great performance by all considering lack of first team players the whole squad and management have worked wonders !!!
UTA
[quote][p][bold]russellsnr2[/bold] wrote: A great result and congrats to all involved. Listened on the player and really sounded as though we just all gelled together from the back to the front. Hope we can play the same 11 on Saturday they deserve it!!![/p][/quote]Hope so One stat from last season we had 62 points at the same stage only a point off what a great performance by all considering lack of first team players the whole squad and management have worked wonders !!! UTA BIG TROUBLE
  • Score: 4

1:59am Thu 10 Apr 14

Lancing200 says...

Knights Temple wrote:
OldGull wrote:
brightonup wrote:
Ex-pat Arnie wrote:
brightonup wrote:
brightonup wrote:
Ex-pat Arnie wrote:
brightonup wrote:
B-hove wrote:
Tony the tiger eastbourne wrote:
ringtone wrote:
Of course we should ave scored more.

Its well known that the Leicester team ave been on the sauce since saturday so this was a real chance missed.

A good team would have scored ten or more and really boosted the goal difference, still what do you expect with another sterile one up front negative display.
Tw@t
Tony - please don't give the troll additional exposure (apologies for doing the same, just this once!)

And clean up your language please. Otherwise, you are letting the troll drag you down to his level - and trolls enjoy that.
Agree completely. If we can get others to do likewise, then the ignorant, provoking comments become totally meaningless because the trolls are talking to themselves.
It's a noble idea, and one I support (even though I transgress) but it doesn't actually work.
Give it time.......
The whole point is this....
Every time you respond directly to a stupid, windup comment you reward moronic behaviour and it carries on.
Make a comment ABOUT idiotic statements if you must, but please.... don't grace their drivel with a DIRECT response! It's what they are fishing for.... and you are biting!!!
Only if you reply to their comment as if it was a serious point you disagree with strongly. Freeloaders (and to a lesser extent, Ringtone) have been ignored on several occasions over the last year and nothing changed. It is not just the response they crave, they delight in the fact they think they're trolling. It's all the same to a sociopath (something freeloaders/Knights Temple most certainly is). It is the very act of writing inflammatory posts that is their raison d'être.

Seriously, no trolling has ever been controlled by mass ignoring, but I will endeavour to try again.
Cheers
I appreciate the difficulties and thank you for all your many informed, positive comments
commenting about the response to a trollpost feeds the troll.
And I have just added to the feed
So no doubt Ringpiece is now sniggering under his stone
When you 2 nice boys getting married then??? Just 5 of you sad little people on a site every single day 24/7 lol hahaha.Get a life for god sake man.What you gona do when the season is over ha?
Another name change I see. You really are a vile (your most popular word) obnoxious, offensive piece of scum. Clearly you have no life other than to offend people. What a sad little person you are (another of your favourite terms) No need to reply as I won't bother responding to you. I just wanted to come out and say what I believe many decent people on here actually think about you and what they'd like to say if they took your bait and responded to your trolling activity. This comment 
[quote][p][bold]Knights Temple[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OldGull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]brightonup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ex-pat Arnie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]brightonup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]brightonup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ex-pat Arnie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]brightonup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]B-hove[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tony the tiger eastbourne[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ringtone[/bold] wrote: Of course we should ave scored more. Its well known that the Leicester team ave been on the sauce since saturday so this was a real chance missed. A good team would have scored ten or more and really boosted the goal difference, still what do you expect with another sterile one up front negative display.[/p][/quote]Tw@t[/p][/quote]Tony - please don't give the troll additional exposure (apologies for doing the same, just this once!) And clean up your language please. Otherwise, you are letting the troll drag you down to his level - and trolls enjoy that.[/p][/quote]Agree completely. If we can get others to do likewise, then the ignorant, provoking comments become totally meaningless because the trolls are talking to themselves.[/p][/quote]It's a noble idea, and one I support (even though I transgress) but it doesn't actually work.[/p][/quote]Give it time.......[/p][/quote]The whole point is this.... Every time you respond directly to a stupid, windup comment you reward moronic behaviour and it carries on. Make a comment ABOUT idiotic statements if you must, but please.... don't grace their drivel with a DIRECT response! It's what they are fishing for.... and you are biting!!![/p][/quote]Only if you reply to their comment as if it was a serious point you disagree with strongly. Freeloaders (and to a lesser extent, Ringtone) have been ignored on several occasions over the last year and nothing changed. It is not just the response they crave, they delight in the fact they think they're trolling. It's all the same to a sociopath (something freeloaders/Knights Temple most certainly is). It is the very act of writing inflammatory posts that is their raison d'être. Seriously, no trolling has ever been controlled by mass ignoring, but I will endeavour to try again.[/p][/quote]Cheers I appreciate the difficulties and thank you for all your many informed, positive comments[/p][/quote]commenting about the response to a trollpost feeds the troll. And I have just added to the feed So no doubt Ringpiece is now sniggering under his stone[/p][/quote]When you 2 nice boys getting married then??? Just 5 of you sad little people on a site every single day 24/7 lol hahaha.Get a life for god sake man.What you gona do when the season is over ha?[/p][/quote]Another name change I see. You really are a vile (your most popular word) obnoxious, offensive piece of scum. Clearly you have no life other than to offend people. What a sad little person you are (another of your favourite terms) No need to reply as I won't bother responding to you. I just wanted to come out and say what I believe many decent people on here actually think about you and what they'd like to say if they took your bait and responded to your trolling activity. This comment  Lancing200
  • Score: 3

2:03am Thu 10 Apr 14

Lancing200 says...

Knights Temple wrote:
brightonup wrote:
Ex-pat Arnie wrote:
brightonup wrote:
brightonup wrote:
Ex-pat Arnie wrote:
brightonup wrote:
B-hove wrote:
Tony the tiger eastbourne wrote:
ringtone wrote:
Of course we should ave scored more.

Its well known that the Leicester team ave been on the sauce since saturday so this was a real chance missed.

A good team would have scored ten or more and really boosted the goal difference, still what do you expect with another sterile one up front negative display.
Tw@t
Tony - please don't give the troll additional exposure (apologies for doing the same, just this once!)

And clean up your language please. Otherwise, you are letting the troll drag you down to his level - and trolls enjoy that.
Agree completely. If we can get others to do likewise, then the ignorant, provoking comments become totally meaningless because the trolls are talking to themselves.
It's a noble idea, and one I support (even though I transgress) but it doesn't actually work.
Give it time.......
The whole point is this....
Every time you respond directly to a stupid, windup comment you reward moronic behaviour and it carries on.
Make a comment ABOUT idiotic statements if you must, but please.... don't grace their drivel with a DIRECT response! It's what they are fishing for.... and you are biting!!!
Only if you reply to their comment as if it was a serious point you disagree with strongly. Freeloaders (and to a lesser extent, Ringtone) have been ignored on several occasions over the last year and nothing changed. It is not just the response they crave, they delight in the fact they think they're trolling. It's all the same to a sociopath (something freeloaders/Knights Temple most certainly is). It is the very act of writing inflammatory posts that is their raison d'être.

Seriously, no trolling has ever been controlled by mass ignoring, but I will endeavour to try again.
Cheers
I appreciate the difficulties and thank you for all your many informed, positive comments
You talking to yourself again you very sad little man.At best just 5 sad little people talking about me again.How very sad you just help me prove how very sad your lifes really are.
Another name change I see. You really are a vile (your most popular word) obnoxious, offensive piece of scum. Clearly you have no life other than to offend people. What a sad little person you are (another of your favourite terms) No need to reply as I won't bother responding to you. I just wanted to come out and say what I believe many decent people on here actually think about you and what they'd like to say if they took your bait and responded to your trolling activity. This comment is on their behalf as well as mine. Now run along and play little boy.
[quote][p][bold]Knights Temple[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]brightonup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ex-pat Arnie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]brightonup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]brightonup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ex-pat Arnie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]brightonup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]B-hove[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tony the tiger eastbourne[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ringtone[/bold] wrote: Of course we should ave scored more. Its well known that the Leicester team ave been on the sauce since saturday so this was a real chance missed. A good team would have scored ten or more and really boosted the goal difference, still what do you expect with another sterile one up front negative display.[/p][/quote]Tw@t[/p][/quote]Tony - please don't give the troll additional exposure (apologies for doing the same, just this once!) And clean up your language please. Otherwise, you are letting the troll drag you down to his level - and trolls enjoy that.[/p][/quote]Agree completely. If we can get others to do likewise, then the ignorant, provoking comments become totally meaningless because the trolls are talking to themselves.[/p][/quote]It's a noble idea, and one I support (even though I transgress) but it doesn't actually work.[/p][/quote]Give it time.......[/p][/quote]The whole point is this.... Every time you respond directly to a stupid, windup comment you reward moronic behaviour and it carries on. Make a comment ABOUT idiotic statements if you must, but please.... don't grace their drivel with a DIRECT response! It's what they are fishing for.... and you are biting!!![/p][/quote]Only if you reply to their comment as if it was a serious point you disagree with strongly. Freeloaders (and to a lesser extent, Ringtone) have been ignored on several occasions over the last year and nothing changed. It is not just the response they crave, they delight in the fact they think they're trolling. It's all the same to a sociopath (something freeloaders/Knights Temple most certainly is). It is the very act of writing inflammatory posts that is their raison d'être. Seriously, no trolling has ever been controlled by mass ignoring, but I will endeavour to try again.[/p][/quote]Cheers I appreciate the difficulties and thank you for all your many informed, positive comments[/p][/quote]You talking to yourself again you very sad little man.At best just 5 sad little people talking about me again.How very sad you just help me prove how very sad your lifes really are.[/p][/quote]Another name change I see. You really are a vile (your most popular word) obnoxious, offensive piece of scum. Clearly you have no life other than to offend people. What a sad little person you are (another of your favourite terms) No need to reply as I won't bother responding to you. I just wanted to come out and say what I believe many decent people on here actually think about you and what they'd like to say if they took your bait and responded to your trolling activity. This comment is on their behalf as well as mine. Now run along and play little boy. Lancing200
  • Score: 3

6:26am Sat 12 Apr 14

JFC1 says...

Posting @ 3:44 in the morning again...............
.................
Posting @ 3:44 in the morning again............... ................. JFC1
  • Score: 1

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