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Ulloa dedicates his goal to brother

The Argus: Leo Ulloa was straight on the phone to his brother Leo Ulloa was straight on the phone to his brother

Leo Ulloa has dedicated the goal which secured Albion’s place in the play-offs to his brother Pichu, who supports him from afar in Argentina.

He was straight on the phone back home after the game to give the good news after Albion’s 2-1 win at Nottingham Forest which secured sixth spot.

The striker said: “He is always following how I get on and we were talking in the run-up to the game.

“He told me I would definitely score and we would get to the play-offs.

“I’m off to talk to him but I think he would have seen it on TV somehow.”

Ulloa added: “I love playing in England and I want to keep helping this club hit its targets.

“It’s an important goal. But if we end up winning the play-offs it will be worth a lot more than it is today.”

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1:39pm Mon 5 May 14

VegasSeagull says...

Over the last few weeks there have been some rather crazy comments suggesting that, some players, have not been giving their all, promotion could cost them their jobs, the celebration by all on the park after Ulloa scored should dispell that myth.
Over the last few weeks there have been some rather crazy comments suggesting that, some players, have not been giving their all, promotion could cost them their jobs, the celebration by all on the park after Ulloa scored should dispell that myth. VegasSeagull
  • Score: 29

1:42pm Mon 5 May 14

VegasSeagull says...

VegasSeagull wrote:
Over the last few weeks there have been some rather crazy comments suggesting that, some players, have not been giving their all, promotion could cost them their jobs, the celebration by all on the park after Ulloa scored should dispell that myth.
I should add that the few crazy comments came from a well known few crazy contributors.
[quote][p][bold]VegasSeagull[/bold] wrote: Over the last few weeks there have been some rather crazy comments suggesting that, some players, have not been giving their all, promotion could cost them their jobs, the celebration by all on the park after Ulloa scored should dispell that myth.[/p][/quote]I should add that the few crazy comments came from a well known few crazy contributors. VegasSeagull
  • Score: 16

1:46pm Mon 5 May 14

falmer seagull says...

It does appear that he wishes to fulfill his 4 year contract and help the club! This must be good news!
It does appear that he wishes to fulfill his 4 year contract and help the club! This must be good news! falmer seagull
  • Score: 22

2:30pm Mon 5 May 14

Joel'sGrandad says...

Keep going, Leo. You could bring Pichu over for the Final. UTA
Keep going, Leo. You could bring Pichu over for the Final. UTA Joel'sGrandad
  • Score: 15

4:56pm Mon 5 May 14

ringtone says...

VegasSeagull wrote:
Over the last few weeks there have been some rather crazy comments suggesting that, some players, have not been giving their all, promotion could cost them their jobs, the celebration by all on the park after Ulloa scored should dispell that myth.
Correct Vegas,promotion will cost them their jobs.

Apart from one or two we will need a whole new team.

UTA
[quote][p][bold]VegasSeagull[/bold] wrote: Over the last few weeks there have been some rather crazy comments suggesting that, some players, have not been giving their all, promotion could cost them their jobs, the celebration by all on the park after Ulloa scored should dispell that myth.[/p][/quote]Correct Vegas,promotion will cost them their jobs. Apart from one or two we will need a whole new team. UTA ringtone
  • Score: -17

4:57pm Mon 5 May 14

ringtone says...

ringtone wrote:
VegasSeagull wrote:
Over the last few weeks there have been some rather crazy comments suggesting that, some players, have not been giving their all, promotion could cost them their jobs, the celebration by all on the park after Ulloa scored should dispell that myth.
Correct Vegas,promotion will cost them their jobs.

Apart from one or two we will need a whole new team.

UTA
Unless thats what you meant, my mistake.
[quote][p][bold]ringtone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]VegasSeagull[/bold] wrote: Over the last few weeks there have been some rather crazy comments suggesting that, some players, have not been giving their all, promotion could cost them their jobs, the celebration by all on the park after Ulloa scored should dispell that myth.[/p][/quote]Correct Vegas,promotion will cost them their jobs. Apart from one or two we will need a whole new team. UTA[/p][/quote]Unless thats what you meant, my mistake. ringtone
  • Score: -14

5:17pm Mon 5 May 14

Albion In Staffs says...

ringtone wrote:
ringtone wrote:
VegasSeagull wrote:
Over the last few weeks there have been some rather crazy comments suggesting that, some players, have not been giving their all, promotion could cost them their jobs, the celebration by all on the park after Ulloa scored should dispell that myth.
Correct Vegas,promotion will cost them their jobs.

Apart from one or two we will need a whole new team.

UTA
Unless thats what you meant, my mistake.
Players live "in the moment" and the celebrations will have been genuine exhilaration, but when d-day comes, there will be a few who will fall by the wayside whichever division we end up in.
But so what? let's live like the players and enjoy 'now'.
[quote][p][bold]ringtone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ringtone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]VegasSeagull[/bold] wrote: Over the last few weeks there have been some rather crazy comments suggesting that, some players, have not been giving their all, promotion could cost them their jobs, the celebration by all on the park after Ulloa scored should dispell that myth.[/p][/quote]Correct Vegas,promotion will cost them their jobs. Apart from one or two we will need a whole new team. UTA[/p][/quote]Unless thats what you meant, my mistake.[/p][/quote]Players live "in the moment" and the celebrations will have been genuine exhilaration, but when d-day comes, there will be a few who will fall by the wayside whichever division we end up in. But so what? let's live like the players and enjoy 'now'. Albion In Staffs
  • Score: 10

5:57pm Mon 5 May 14

Ex-pat Arnie says...

Albion In Staffs wrote:
ringtone wrote:
ringtone wrote:
VegasSeagull wrote:
Over the last few weeks there have been some rather crazy comments suggesting that, some players, have not been giving their all, promotion could cost them their jobs, the celebration by all on the park after Ulloa scored should dispell that myth.
Correct Vegas,promotion will cost them their jobs.

Apart from one or two we will need a whole new team.

UTA
Unless thats what you meant, my mistake.
Players live "in the moment" and the celebrations will have been genuine exhilaration, but when d-day comes, there will be a few who will fall by the wayside whichever division we end up in.
But so what? let's live like the players and enjoy 'now'.
And if they do, the fact they have got a team promoted will stand them in good stead in their search for a new employer.

Also, most players will think they're good enough for the Premier League anyway so will do everything they can to get there.
[quote][p][bold]Albion In Staffs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ringtone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ringtone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]VegasSeagull[/bold] wrote: Over the last few weeks there have been some rather crazy comments suggesting that, some players, have not been giving their all, promotion could cost them their jobs, the celebration by all on the park after Ulloa scored should dispell that myth.[/p][/quote]Correct Vegas,promotion will cost them their jobs. Apart from one or two we will need a whole new team. UTA[/p][/quote]Unless thats what you meant, my mistake.[/p][/quote]Players live "in the moment" and the celebrations will have been genuine exhilaration, but when d-day comes, there will be a few who will fall by the wayside whichever division we end up in. But so what? let's live like the players and enjoy 'now'.[/p][/quote]And if they do, the fact they have got a team promoted will stand them in good stead in their search for a new employer. Also, most players will think they're good enough for the Premier League anyway so will do everything they can to get there. Ex-pat Arnie
  • Score: 7

6:51pm Mon 5 May 14

ringtone says...

Ex-pat Arnie wrote:
Albion In Staffs wrote:
ringtone wrote:
ringtone wrote:
VegasSeagull wrote:
Over the last few weeks there have been some rather crazy comments suggesting that, some players, have not been giving their all, promotion could cost them their jobs, the celebration by all on the park after Ulloa scored should dispell that myth.
Correct Vegas,promotion will cost them their jobs.

Apart from one or two we will need a whole new team.

UTA
Unless thats what you meant, my mistake.
Players live "in the moment" and the celebrations will have been genuine exhilaration, but when d-day comes, there will be a few who will fall by the wayside whichever division we end up in.
But so what? let's live like the players and enjoy 'now'.
And if they do, the fact they have got a team promoted will stand them in good stead in their search for a new employer.

Also, most players will think they're good enough for the Premier League anyway so will do everything they can to get there.
Your last sentence suggests you have the inside track into the mindset of todays football players, or your talkin out of your arsenal.

Maybe you could offer your services to the club like Dr Steve Peters at Liverpool, why should we (the fans) be the only ones to benefit.
[quote][p][bold]Ex-pat Arnie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion In Staffs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ringtone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ringtone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]VegasSeagull[/bold] wrote: Over the last few weeks there have been some rather crazy comments suggesting that, some players, have not been giving their all, promotion could cost them their jobs, the celebration by all on the park after Ulloa scored should dispell that myth.[/p][/quote]Correct Vegas,promotion will cost them their jobs. Apart from one or two we will need a whole new team. UTA[/p][/quote]Unless thats what you meant, my mistake.[/p][/quote]Players live "in the moment" and the celebrations will have been genuine exhilaration, but when d-day comes, there will be a few who will fall by the wayside whichever division we end up in. But so what? let's live like the players and enjoy 'now'.[/p][/quote]And if they do, the fact they have got a team promoted will stand them in good stead in their search for a new employer. Also, most players will think they're good enough for the Premier League anyway so will do everything they can to get there.[/p][/quote]Your last sentence suggests you have the inside track into the mindset of todays football players, or your talkin out of your arsenal. Maybe you could offer your services to the club like Dr Steve Peters at Liverpool, why should we (the fans) be the only ones to benefit. ringtone
  • Score: -10

7:44pm Mon 5 May 14

Clean Sheet says...

18 months ago when we hear that the club was casing down a striker from the Spanish Div 2, who wasn't currently playing, and was going to cost £2mil, I thought the club crazy. How wrong I was. Just goes to show that the professionals at the club know far more than some of us fans. Ulloa is fast becoming a Seagulls legend. Let's hope he can score 20 goals this season.,
18 months ago when we hear that the club was casing down a striker from the Spanish Div 2, who wasn't currently playing, and was going to cost £2mil, I thought the club crazy. How wrong I was. Just goes to show that the professionals at the club know far more than some of us fans. Ulloa is fast becoming a Seagulls legend. Let's hope he can score 20 goals this season., Clean Sheet
  • Score: 7

8:05pm Mon 5 May 14

ringtone says...

Clean Sheet wrote:
18 months ago when we hear that the club was casing down a striker from the Spanish Div 2, who wasn't currently playing, and was going to cost £2mil, I thought the club crazy. How wrong I was. Just goes to show that the professionals at the club know far more than some of us fans. Ulloa is fast becoming a Seagulls legend. Let's hope he can score 20 goals this season.,
Thats cos were casing status
[quote][p][bold]Clean Sheet[/bold] wrote: 18 months ago when we hear that the club was casing down a striker from the Spanish Div 2, who wasn't currently playing, and was going to cost £2mil, I thought the club crazy. How wrong I was. Just goes to show that the professionals at the club know far more than some of us fans. Ulloa is fast becoming a Seagulls legend. Let's hope he can score 20 goals this season.,[/p][/quote]Thats cos were casing status ringtone
  • Score: -9

8:48pm Mon 5 May 14

Albion In Staffs says...

ringtone wrote:
Ex-pat Arnie wrote:
Albion In Staffs wrote:
ringtone wrote:
ringtone wrote:
VegasSeagull wrote:
Over the last few weeks there have been some rather crazy comments suggesting that, some players, have not been giving their all, promotion could cost them their jobs, the celebration by all on the park after Ulloa scored should dispell that myth.
Correct Vegas,promotion will cost them their jobs.

Apart from one or two we will need a whole new team.

UTA
Unless thats what you meant, my mistake.
Players live "in the moment" and the celebrations will have been genuine exhilaration, but when d-day comes, there will be a few who will fall by the wayside whichever division we end up in.
But so what? let's live like the players and enjoy 'now'.
And if they do, the fact they have got a team promoted will stand them in good stead in their search for a new employer.

Also, most players will think they're good enough for the Premier League anyway so will do everything they can to get there.
Your last sentence suggests you have the inside track into the mindset of todays football players, or your talkin out of your arsenal.

Maybe you could offer your services to the club like Dr Steve Peters at Liverpool, why should we (the fans) be the only ones to benefit.
No he's talking sense. Whether or not the players actually do have the ability to play in the PL is irrelevant. Right now, they believe they have.
[quote][p][bold]ringtone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ex-pat Arnie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion In Staffs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ringtone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ringtone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]VegasSeagull[/bold] wrote: Over the last few weeks there have been some rather crazy comments suggesting that, some players, have not been giving their all, promotion could cost them their jobs, the celebration by all on the park after Ulloa scored should dispell that myth.[/p][/quote]Correct Vegas,promotion will cost them their jobs. Apart from one or two we will need a whole new team. UTA[/p][/quote]Unless thats what you meant, my mistake.[/p][/quote]Players live "in the moment" and the celebrations will have been genuine exhilaration, but when d-day comes, there will be a few who will fall by the wayside whichever division we end up in. But so what? let's live like the players and enjoy 'now'.[/p][/quote]And if they do, the fact they have got a team promoted will stand them in good stead in their search for a new employer. Also, most players will think they're good enough for the Premier League anyway so will do everything they can to get there.[/p][/quote]Your last sentence suggests you have the inside track into the mindset of todays football players, or your talkin out of your arsenal. Maybe you could offer your services to the club like Dr Steve Peters at Liverpool, why should we (the fans) be the only ones to benefit.[/p][/quote]No he's talking sense. Whether or not the players actually do have the ability to play in the PL is irrelevant. Right now, they believe they have. Albion In Staffs
  • Score: 7

4:58am Tue 6 May 14

oksouthstander says...

As I said beginning of April "We will do a Palace this year" no sh.t.A win on Thursday and 2 games to the premier.We are the form side after all in the play-offs. much better than Palarse last year, It is written...
As I said beginning of April "We will do a Palace this year" no sh.t.A win on Thursday and 2 games to the premier.We are the form side after all in the play-offs. much better than Palarse last year, It is written... oksouthstander
  • Score: 2

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