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Albion's Shamir is making a name for himself in pre-season

The Argus: Shamir Fenelon has an eye for goal Shamir Fenelon has an eye for goal

A change of name has been accompanied by a change in fortunes with Albion for Shamir Fenelon.

The teenage striker, formerly known as Shamir Goodwin, is closer to a first team breakthrough with the Seagulls than he has ever been.

A year ago, when Albion went to Spain under their new head coach Oscar Garcia, a depleted squad had to be bolstered by seven members of the development squad.

Fenelon was not one of them but he has made the journey this time and the 19-year-old has already made a mark under Sami Hyypia.

He heads into the second match of the trip to Pinatar against Real Betis on Thursday evening as Albion’s top pre-season goalscorer.

Fenelon struck twice against Lewes. He was also on target, on Spanish soil this time, against Partick Thistle on Saturday night.

The game against Betis represents a considerable step up but Fenelon, his surname amended for family reasons, is unlikely to be daunted after the progress he has made.

Last November he was knocking in goals on loan to Tonbridge Angels in Conference south.

That earned him another loan spell, this time at the wrong end of League Two with Torquay United, where Fenelon came of age.

He made his Football League debut in January and scored his first goal the following month, a spectacular effort against Chesterfield.

Torquay were sufficiently impressed to extend his stay for the rest of the season.

Fenelon’s wholehearted attitude made him popular with supporters. Torquay insiders believe their eventual relegation can be traced back to his absence, first for a harsh red card arising from a flailing arm in an aerial challenge against Newport County and then injury.

Torquay used him on the right-wing, although in the early part of his career with Albion Fenelon was always a centre-forward.

His mother’s determination was responsible for his opportunity as an under 15. She badgered Albion into giving him a trial and he showed enough to be signed on centre of excellence forms.

Raw and not technically gifted, Fenelon’s hopes of being taken on as a professional were very much in the balance.

Albion kept faith with the boy from Crawley with speed on his side, an eye for goal and an aggressive edge to his game. He has not looked back.

His first League goal for Torquay coincided with a new contract until June 2015.

Simon Ireland, Albion’s development coach, told The Argus: “We’re very pleased with his progress.

“He has got a turn of pace, which all clubs like, a forward that can play down the middle or out wide that has got that turn of pace.

“It is always the type of player that keeps you intrigued, that you want to develop and are interested to see where they finish up.”

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7:42am Tue 15 Jul 14

JeffLomer says...

Morning, Fenelon has a bright future at our club, I'm hoping that Sami has seen something in him in pre season not to allow him go out on loan this season, I would rather see him develop with us and maybe come off the bench and score us goals, rather than seeing him shine out on loan in division one or two,
Up the Albion!!
Morning, Fenelon has a bright future at our club, I'm hoping that Sami has seen something in him in pre season not to allow him go out on loan this season, I would rather see him develop with us and maybe come off the bench and score us goals, rather than seeing him shine out on loan in division one or two, Up the Albion!! JeffLomer
  • Score: 18

7:45am Tue 15 Jul 14

Mayfield sweeper says...

Not good enough before and not good enough with a change of name, ridiculous really. Instead of hoping someone will suddenly become a brilliant player because they've changed names we should be getting the cheque book out and signing some decent players.
Not good enough before and not good enough with a change of name, ridiculous really. Instead of hoping someone will suddenly become a brilliant player because they've changed names we should be getting the cheque book out and signing some decent players. Mayfield sweeper
  • Score: -96

8:08am Tue 15 Jul 14

albionfan33 says...

Mayfield sweeper wrote:
Not good enough before and not good enough with a change of name, ridiculous really. Instead of hoping someone will suddenly become a brilliant player because they've changed names we should be getting the cheque book out and signing some decent players.
I hope you See the irony in your comment
[quote][p][bold]Mayfield sweeper[/bold] wrote: Not good enough before and not good enough with a change of name, ridiculous really. Instead of hoping someone will suddenly become a brilliant player because they've changed names we should be getting the cheque book out and signing some decent players.[/p][/quote]I hope you See the irony in your comment albionfan33
  • Score: 29

8:09am Tue 15 Jul 14

farside says...

Congratulatios Mayfield. You have been responsible for some of the most dire posts on here under your various guises but not even you had previously sunk so low as to utter such a personal attack against a youngster you have never even seen play. Let's hope his star rises as inevitably as yours falls.
Congratulatios Mayfield. You have been responsible for some of the most dire posts on here under your various guises but not even you had previously sunk so low as to utter such a personal attack against a youngster you have never even seen play. Let's hope his star rises as inevitably as yours falls. farside
  • Score: 51

8:14am Tue 15 Jul 14

Albion In Staffs says...

I'm just happy that the assessment of whether a player is good enough or not, is reserved for those who really matter....
I'm just happy that the assessment of whether a player is good enough or not, is reserved for those who really matter.... Albion In Staffs
  • Score: 12

8:22am Tue 15 Jul 14

ringtone says...

Trying to sign players like Andrews,Ward and Hughes shows how successful Barber has been in dumbing down expectations whilst not negatively impacting season ticket sales too much.

You cant fool all the people all the time, em. A big fat bonus on its way to Mr Barber. good job son.

Maybe the many posters that dont go to games are the clever ones after all.
Trying to sign players like Andrews,Ward and Hughes shows how successful Barber has been in dumbing down expectations whilst not negatively impacting season ticket sales too much. You cant fool all the people all the time, em. A big fat bonus on its way to Mr Barber. good job son. Maybe the many posters that dont go to games are the clever ones after all. ringtone
  • Score: -37

8:22am Tue 15 Jul 14

daughter-of-manag says...

Mayfield sweeper wrote:
Not good enough before and not good enough with a change of name, ridiculous really. Instead of hoping someone will suddenly become a brilliant player because they've changed names we should be getting the cheque book out and signing some decent players.
Mayfield ..... I've gotta ask you a question? When you changed your name from Manag to Mayfield, did you hope that you would become a more "brilliant" troll?
[quote][p][bold]Mayfield sweeper[/bold] wrote: Not good enough before and not good enough with a change of name, ridiculous really. Instead of hoping someone will suddenly become a brilliant player because they've changed names we should be getting the cheque book out and signing some decent players.[/p][/quote]Mayfield ..... I've gotta ask you a question? When you changed your name from Manag to Mayfield, did you hope that you would become a more "brilliant" troll? daughter-of-manag
  • Score: 28

8:27am Tue 15 Jul 14

Beale32 says...

Mayfield sweeper wrote:
Not good enough before and not good enough with a change of name, ridiculous really. Instead of hoping someone will suddenly become a brilliant player because they've changed names we should be getting the cheque book out and signing some decent players.
Who are your decent players of choice mayfield?
[quote][p][bold]Mayfield sweeper[/bold] wrote: Not good enough before and not good enough with a change of name, ridiculous really. Instead of hoping someone will suddenly become a brilliant player because they've changed names we should be getting the cheque book out and signing some decent players.[/p][/quote]Who are your decent players of choice mayfield? Beale32
  • Score: 4

8:34am Tue 15 Jul 14

Singing Seagull, Indonesia says...

Beale32 wrote:
Mayfield sweeper wrote:
Not good enough before and not good enough with a change of name, ridiculous really. Instead of hoping someone will suddenly become a brilliant player because they've changed names we should be getting the cheque book out and signing some decent players.
Who are your decent players of choice mayfield?
Give him a while to respond - he'll need to ask his mates... the ones who are regulars at the Dripping Pan.
[quote][p][bold]Beale32[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mayfield sweeper[/bold] wrote: Not good enough before and not good enough with a change of name, ridiculous really. Instead of hoping someone will suddenly become a brilliant player because they've changed names we should be getting the cheque book out and signing some decent players.[/p][/quote]Who are your decent players of choice mayfield?[/p][/quote]Give him a while to respond - he'll need to ask his mates... the ones who are regulars at the Dripping Pan. Singing Seagull, Indonesia
  • Score: 11

9:01am Tue 15 Jul 14

CantUseNSCatWork says...

If you stop responding to idiot trolls, they soon grow bored and clear off. By replying, you're giving them just what they want.

#Don'tFeedTheTrolls
If you stop responding to idiot trolls, they soon grow bored and clear off. By replying, you're giving them just what they want. #Don'tFeedTheTrolls CantUseNSCatWork
  • Score: 22

9:06am Tue 15 Jul 14

Beale32 says...

CantUseNSCatWork wrote:
If you stop responding to idiot trolls, they soon grow bored and clear off. By replying, you're giving them just what they want.

#Don'tFeedTheTrolls
I know, just interested in what his views are on his targets.
[quote][p][bold]CantUseNSCatWork[/bold] wrote: If you stop responding to idiot trolls, they soon grow bored and clear off. By replying, you're giving them just what they want. #Don'tFeedTheTrolls[/p][/quote]I know, just interested in what his views are on his targets. Beale32
  • Score: 0

9:10am Tue 15 Jul 14

tug509 says...

Reading have not given Royston Drenthe a squad number according to ssn ,someone on here y,day mentioned his name ,any takers ?.
Reading have not given Royston Drenthe a squad number according to ssn ,someone on here y,day mentioned his name ,any takers ?. tug509
  • Score: 1

9:29am Tue 15 Jul 14

Albion fan in London says...

Why not , just maybe he will be a good replacement for Hoskins in the squad? If he can bag 8-10 goals next season in the championship then great.
Why not , just maybe he will be a good replacement for Hoskins in the squad? If he can bag 8-10 goals next season in the championship then great. Albion fan in London
  • Score: 0

9:42am Tue 15 Jul 14

JeffLomer says...

Paper talk boro after Adam Clayton quality player not many better in this league in my opinion!!
Paper talk boro after Adam Clayton quality player not many better in this league in my opinion!! JeffLomer
  • Score: 5

9:48am Tue 15 Jul 14

Max Ripple says...

tug509 wrote:
Reading have not given Royston Drenthe a squad number according to ssn ,someone on here y,day mentioned his name ,any takers ?.
Well his value on Transfermarkt is about £1.5 million so he could be a good deal. Been around for a while, scored a few goals and spent a considerable amount of time at Real Madrid although I'm not sure how well he did there. Must have learnt a thing or two along the way. Versatile left footer who can play as a winger, left back or left sided midfielder. Maybe ok.
[quote][p][bold]tug509[/bold] wrote: Reading have not given Royston Drenthe a squad number according to ssn ,someone on here y,day mentioned his name ,any takers ?.[/p][/quote]Well his value on Transfermarkt is about £1.5 million so he could be a good deal. Been around for a while, scored a few goals and spent a considerable amount of time at Real Madrid although I'm not sure how well he did there. Must have learnt a thing or two along the way. Versatile left footer who can play as a winger, left back or left sided midfielder. Maybe ok. Max Ripple
  • Score: 2

9:51am Tue 15 Jul 14

mark by the sea says...

Good luck to the lad, looks again like dunk will get a handful of games, 23 this year
Good luck to the lad, looks again like dunk will get a handful of games, 23 this year mark by the sea
  • Score: -1

9:53am Tue 15 Jul 14

Cockwomble says...

Mayfield sweeper wrote:
Not good enough before and not good enough with a change of name, ridiculous really. Instead of hoping someone will suddenly become a brilliant player because they've changed names we should be getting the cheque book out and signing some decent players.
maybe now people can stop pretending this cockwomble is a real fan and treat him as the predictable troll wum he obv is.total cockwomble
[quote][p][bold]Mayfield sweeper[/bold] wrote: Not good enough before and not good enough with a change of name, ridiculous really. Instead of hoping someone will suddenly become a brilliant player because they've changed names we should be getting the cheque book out and signing some decent players.[/p][/quote]maybe now people can stop pretending this cockwomble is a real fan and treat him as the predictable troll wum he obv is.total cockwomble Cockwomble
  • Score: 6

9:55am Tue 15 Jul 14

Max Ripple says...

Yes, I hope that Shamir gets a real chance with us this season. He's obviously putting in some good shifts whilst in Spain and is working hard to impress. A player who has obviously improved and developed his game both technically (where I understand he was weakest) and mentally. Good luck Shamir.
Yes, I hope that Shamir gets a real chance with us this season. He's obviously putting in some good shifts whilst in Spain and is working hard to impress. A player who has obviously improved and developed his game both technically (where I understand he was weakest) and mentally. Good luck Shamir. Max Ripple
  • Score: 10

9:59am Tue 15 Jul 14

Cockwomble says...

mark by the sea wrote:
Good luck to the lad, looks again like dunk will get a handful of games, 23 this year
you could actually wait until theres a story about dunk.you keep dragging him in to criticise.any real opinion on fenelon?ever seen him play?good goal against chesterfield.hope he makes the step up to the bench and then the pitch.
[quote][p][bold]mark by the sea[/bold] wrote: Good luck to the lad, looks again like dunk will get a handful of games, 23 this year[/p][/quote]you could actually wait until theres a story about dunk.you keep dragging him in to criticise.any real opinion on fenelon?ever seen him play?good goal against chesterfield.hope he makes the step up to the bench and then the pitch. Cockwomble
  • Score: 11

10:00am Tue 15 Jul 14

Cockwomble says...

tug509 wrote:
Reading have not given Royston Drenthe a squad number according to ssn ,someone on here y,day mentioned his name ,any takers ?.
bad attitude aparently.thinks hes another ronaldo.good and gifted but overweight most of the time.big wages too.
[quote][p][bold]tug509[/bold] wrote: Reading have not given Royston Drenthe a squad number according to ssn ,someone on here y,day mentioned his name ,any takers ?.[/p][/quote]bad attitude aparently.thinks hes another ronaldo.good and gifted but overweight most of the time.big wages too. Cockwomble
  • Score: 7

10:07am Tue 15 Jul 14

dave from bexill says...

JeffLomer wrote:
Paper talk boro after Adam Clayton quality player not many better in this league in my opinion!!
Couldn't agree more Jeff. A tremendous championship player and captain. I always think he has something of the great man Brian Horton about him, although that may be taking it a bit to far.
[quote][p][bold]JeffLomer[/bold] wrote: Paper talk boro after Adam Clayton quality player not many better in this league in my opinion!![/p][/quote]Couldn't agree more Jeff. A tremendous championship player and captain. I always think he has something of the great man Brian Horton about him, although that may be taking it a bit to far. dave from bexill
  • Score: 4

10:24am Tue 15 Jul 14

mark by the sea says...

Cockwomble wrote:
mark by the sea wrote:
Good luck to the lad, looks again like dunk will get a handful of games, 23 this year
you could actually wait until theres a story about dunk.you keep dragging him in to criticise.any real opinion on fenelon?ever seen him play?good goal against chesterfield.hope he makes the step up to the bench and then the pitch.
Because young players need to take there chance, Dunk has his now
[quote][p][bold]Cockwomble[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mark by the sea[/bold] wrote: Good luck to the lad, looks again like dunk will get a handful of games, 23 this year[/p][/quote]you could actually wait until theres a story about dunk.you keep dragging him in to criticise.any real opinion on fenelon?ever seen him play?good goal against chesterfield.hope he makes the step up to the bench and then the pitch.[/p][/quote]Because young players need to take there chance, Dunk has his now mark by the sea
  • Score: -3

10:42am Tue 15 Jul 14

JeffLomer says...

dave from bexill wrote:
JeffLomer wrote:
Paper talk boro after Adam Clayton quality player not many better in this league in my opinion!!
Couldn't agree more Jeff. A tremendous championship player and captain. I always think he has something of the great man Brian Horton about him, although that may be taking it a bit to far.
Hi Dave I just think he would add that creative spark in our midfield which we could do with, he knows where the goal is as well decent shot on him, if we picked him up our midfield would be solid!!
Up the Albion!!
[quote][p][bold]dave from bexill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JeffLomer[/bold] wrote: Paper talk boro after Adam Clayton quality player not many better in this league in my opinion!![/p][/quote]Couldn't agree more Jeff. A tremendous championship player and captain. I always think he has something of the great man Brian Horton about him, although that may be taking it a bit to far.[/p][/quote]Hi Dave I just think he would add that creative spark in our midfield which we could do with, he knows where the goal is as well decent shot on him, if we picked him up our midfield would be solid!! Up the Albion!! JeffLomer
  • Score: 3

10:49am Tue 15 Jul 14

Baldseagull says...

mark by the sea wrote:
Good luck to the lad, looks again like dunk will get a handful of games, 23 this year
Nice pop at Dunk there MBTS, unrelated and unwarranted. Why does it bother you? Your kid not make it? You not make it?
The youth development has long been something you have whinged about as not good enough, and not producing, then a lad looks like he might step up and you choose to have a pop at one who has stepped up previously but has not yet fulfilled his potential at the great age of 23.
Twunt.
[quote][p][bold]mark by the sea[/bold] wrote: Good luck to the lad, looks again like dunk will get a handful of games, 23 this year[/p][/quote]Nice pop at Dunk there MBTS, unrelated and unwarranted. Why does it bother you? Your kid not make it? You not make it? The youth development has long been something you have whinged about as not good enough, and not producing, then a lad looks like he might step up and you choose to have a pop at one who has stepped up previously but has not yet fulfilled his potential at the great age of 23. Twunt. Baldseagull
  • Score: 7

10:49am Tue 15 Jul 14

Cockwomble says...

mark by the sea wrote:
Cockwomble wrote:
mark by the sea wrote:
Good luck to the lad, looks again like dunk will get a handful of games, 23 this year
you could actually wait until theres a story about dunk.you keep dragging him in to criticise.any real opinion on fenelon?ever seen him play?good goal against chesterfield.hope he makes the step up to the bench and then the pitch.
Because young players need to take there chance, Dunk has his now
this story is not about dunk.its about shamir.talk about him instead
[quote][p][bold]mark by the sea[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Cockwomble[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mark by the sea[/bold] wrote: Good luck to the lad, looks again like dunk will get a handful of games, 23 this year[/p][/quote]you could actually wait until theres a story about dunk.you keep dragging him in to criticise.any real opinion on fenelon?ever seen him play?good goal against chesterfield.hope he makes the step up to the bench and then the pitch.[/p][/quote]Because young players need to take there chance, Dunk has his now[/p][/quote]this story is not about dunk.its about shamir.talk about him instead Cockwomble
  • Score: 2

10:56am Tue 15 Jul 14

arc12 says...

Looks a good prospect IMO. Hope he gets some opportunities this season as young players like him are the way forward. Yes he might not be a certain starter but I'd be happy to see him on the bench - plus generating our own young talent will save us spending ridiculous sums in the transfer market. Give the lad a chance I say.
Looks a good prospect IMO. Hope he gets some opportunities this season as young players like him are the way forward. Yes he might not be a certain starter but I'd be happy to see him on the bench - plus generating our own young talent will save us spending ridiculous sums in the transfer market. Give the lad a chance I say. arc12
  • Score: 5

11:04am Tue 15 Jul 14

TexasSeagull says...

Does anyone know why he changed his name?
Does anyone know why he changed his name? TexasSeagull
  • Score: 0

11:05am Tue 15 Jul 14

mark by the sea says...

Baldseagull wrote:
mark by the sea wrote:
Good luck to the lad, looks again like dunk will get a handful of games, 23 this year
Nice pop at Dunk there MBTS, unrelated and unwarranted. Why does it bother you? Your kid not make it? You not make it?
The youth development has long been something you have whinged about as not good enough, and not producing, then a lad looks like he might step up and you choose to have a pop at one who has stepped up previously but has not yet fulfilled his potential at the great age of 23.
Twunt.
The youth set up under HInshlewood was a farce , the club is now getting coaching staff who know the importance of pace , skill and belief,
My point about dunk is simple , players get there chance , some get more than one, Dunk has had a few,
If I was Dunk , I would be asking for a transfer or loan out if he ends up 4th choice, we still need another centre back..
I actually think Dunk has ability, weather he uses that to fulfil his potential is the question I was making, I would like to see Dunk start this season and give him 10 game run in the side.. That's what youth set ups are about. Giving home grown players a chance...
The one thing that bugs me about Dunk is he has all the attributes to be a excellent defender .. The real question is does he want it that badly?
Or is he happy with taking his wages and swanning about?
[quote][p][bold]Baldseagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mark by the sea[/bold] wrote: Good luck to the lad, looks again like dunk will get a handful of games, 23 this year[/p][/quote]Nice pop at Dunk there MBTS, unrelated and unwarranted. Why does it bother you? Your kid not make it? You not make it? The youth development has long been something you have whinged about as not good enough, and not producing, then a lad looks like he might step up and you choose to have a pop at one who has stepped up previously but has not yet fulfilled his potential at the great age of 23. Twunt.[/p][/quote]The youth set up under HInshlewood was a farce , the club is now getting coaching staff who know the importance of pace , skill and belief, My point about dunk is simple , players get there chance , some get more than one, Dunk has had a few, If I was Dunk , I would be asking for a transfer or loan out if he ends up 4th choice, we still need another centre back.. I actually think Dunk has ability, weather he uses that to fulfil his potential is the question I was making, I would like to see Dunk start this season and give him 10 game run in the side.. That's what youth set ups are about. Giving home grown players a chance... The one thing that bugs me about Dunk is he has all the attributes to be a excellent defender .. The real question is does he want it that badly? Or is he happy with taking his wages and swanning about? mark by the sea
  • Score: -2

11:10am Tue 15 Jul 14

Cockwomble says...

mark by the sea wrote:
Baldseagull wrote:
mark by the sea wrote:
Good luck to the lad, looks again like dunk will get a handful of games, 23 this year
Nice pop at Dunk there MBTS, unrelated and unwarranted. Why does it bother you? Your kid not make it? You not make it?
The youth development has long been something you have whinged about as not good enough, and not producing, then a lad looks like he might step up and you choose to have a pop at one who has stepped up previously but has not yet fulfilled his potential at the great age of 23.
Twunt.
The youth set up under HInshlewood was a farce , the club is now getting coaching staff who know the importance of pace , skill and belief,
My point about dunk is simple , players get there chance , some get more than one, Dunk has had a few,
If I was Dunk , I would be asking for a transfer or loan out if he ends up 4th choice, we still need another centre back..
I actually think Dunk has ability, weather he uses that to fulfil his potential is the question I was making, I would like to see Dunk start this season and give him 10 game run in the side.. That's what youth set ups are about. Giving home grown players a chance...
The one thing that bugs me about Dunk is he has all the attributes to be a excellent defender .. The real question is does he want it that badly?
Or is he happy with taking his wages and swanning about?
we already know your views on dunk.talk about fenelon ffs.or have you never watched him play?cockwomble
[quote][p][bold]mark by the sea[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baldseagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mark by the sea[/bold] wrote: Good luck to the lad, looks again like dunk will get a handful of games, 23 this year[/p][/quote]Nice pop at Dunk there MBTS, unrelated and unwarranted. Why does it bother you? Your kid not make it? You not make it? The youth development has long been something you have whinged about as not good enough, and not producing, then a lad looks like he might step up and you choose to have a pop at one who has stepped up previously but has not yet fulfilled his potential at the great age of 23. Twunt.[/p][/quote]The youth set up under HInshlewood was a farce , the club is now getting coaching staff who know the importance of pace , skill and belief, My point about dunk is simple , players get there chance , some get more than one, Dunk has had a few, If I was Dunk , I would be asking for a transfer or loan out if he ends up 4th choice, we still need another centre back.. I actually think Dunk has ability, weather he uses that to fulfil his potential is the question I was making, I would like to see Dunk start this season and give him 10 game run in the side.. That's what youth set ups are about. Giving home grown players a chance... The one thing that bugs me about Dunk is he has all the attributes to be a excellent defender .. The real question is does he want it that badly? Or is he happy with taking his wages and swanning about?[/p][/quote]we already know your views on dunk.talk about fenelon ffs.or have you never watched him play?cockwomble Cockwomble
  • Score: 4

11:20am Tue 15 Jul 14

mark by the sea says...

Cockwomble wrote:
mark by the sea wrote:
Baldseagull wrote:
mark by the sea wrote:
Good luck to the lad, looks again like dunk will get a handful of games, 23 this year
Nice pop at Dunk there MBTS, unrelated and unwarranted. Why does it bother you? Your kid not make it? You not make it?
The youth development has long been something you have whinged about as not good enough, and not producing, then a lad looks like he might step up and you choose to have a pop at one who has stepped up previously but has not yet fulfilled his potential at the great age of 23.
Twunt.
The youth set up under HInshlewood was a farce , the club is now getting coaching staff who know the importance of pace , skill and belief,
My point about dunk is simple , players get there chance , some get more than one, Dunk has had a few,
If I was Dunk , I would be asking for a transfer or loan out if he ends up 4th choice, we still need another centre back..
I actually think Dunk has ability, weather he uses that to fulfil his potential is the question I was making, I would like to see Dunk start this season and give him 10 game run in the side.. That's what youth set ups are about. Giving home grown players a chance...
The one thing that bugs me about Dunk is he has all the attributes to be a excellent defender .. The real question is does he want it that badly?
Or is he happy with taking his wages and swanning about?
we already know your views on dunk.talk about fenelon ffs.or have you never watched him play?cockwomble
Your so marvellous... Your right I am not impressed with dunk over last few years, he made his debut 4 years ago .. He should be first choice centre back with his ability...
As for Goodwin , lots of endeavour , and a burning desire to succeed ..
There was my point about Dunk! Does he want it?
[quote][p][bold]Cockwomble[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mark by the sea[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baldseagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mark by the sea[/bold] wrote: Good luck to the lad, looks again like dunk will get a handful of games, 23 this year[/p][/quote]Nice pop at Dunk there MBTS, unrelated and unwarranted. Why does it bother you? Your kid not make it? You not make it? The youth development has long been something you have whinged about as not good enough, and not producing, then a lad looks like he might step up and you choose to have a pop at one who has stepped up previously but has not yet fulfilled his potential at the great age of 23. Twunt.[/p][/quote]The youth set up under HInshlewood was a farce , the club is now getting coaching staff who know the importance of pace , skill and belief, My point about dunk is simple , players get there chance , some get more than one, Dunk has had a few, If I was Dunk , I would be asking for a transfer or loan out if he ends up 4th choice, we still need another centre back.. I actually think Dunk has ability, weather he uses that to fulfil his potential is the question I was making, I would like to see Dunk start this season and give him 10 game run in the side.. That's what youth set ups are about. Giving home grown players a chance... The one thing that bugs me about Dunk is he has all the attributes to be a excellent defender .. The real question is does he want it that badly? Or is he happy with taking his wages and swanning about?[/p][/quote]we already know your views on dunk.talk about fenelon ffs.or have you never watched him play?cockwomble[/p][/quote]Your so marvellous... Your right I am not impressed with dunk over last few years, he made his debut 4 years ago .. He should be first choice centre back with his ability... As for Goodwin , lots of endeavour , and a burning desire to succeed .. There was my point about Dunk! Does he want it? mark by the sea
  • Score: -1

11:37am Tue 15 Jul 14

Cockwomble says...

mark by the sea wrote:
Cockwomble wrote:
mark by the sea wrote:
Baldseagull wrote:
mark by the sea wrote:
Good luck to the lad, looks again like dunk will get a handful of games, 23 this year
Nice pop at Dunk there MBTS, unrelated and unwarranted. Why does it bother you? Your kid not make it? You not make it?
The youth development has long been something you have whinged about as not good enough, and not producing, then a lad looks like he might step up and you choose to have a pop at one who has stepped up previously but has not yet fulfilled his potential at the great age of 23.
Twunt.
The youth set up under HInshlewood was a farce , the club is now getting coaching staff who know the importance of pace , skill and belief,
My point about dunk is simple , players get there chance , some get more than one, Dunk has had a few,
If I was Dunk , I would be asking for a transfer or loan out if he ends up 4th choice, we still need another centre back..
I actually think Dunk has ability, weather he uses that to fulfil his potential is the question I was making, I would like to see Dunk start this season and give him 10 game run in the side.. That's what youth set ups are about. Giving home grown players a chance...
The one thing that bugs me about Dunk is he has all the attributes to be a excellent defender .. The real question is does he want it that badly?
Or is he happy with taking his wages and swanning about?
we already know your views on dunk.talk about fenelon ffs.or have you never watched him play?cockwomble
Your so marvellous... Your right I am not impressed with dunk over last few years, he made his debut 4 years ago .. He should be first choice centre back with his ability...
As for Goodwin , lots of endeavour , and a burning desire to succeed ..
There was my point about Dunk! Does he want it?
saying does he want it enough makes you sound like andy townsend and nobody wants to be accused of that.dunk has been behind international defenders for most of that time and is still learning.he has done well when he has played.it seems youre not talking about fenelon because you dont know anything about him.at least get his name right
[quote][p][bold]mark by the sea[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Cockwomble[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mark by the sea[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baldseagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mark by the sea[/bold] wrote: Good luck to the lad, looks again like dunk will get a handful of games, 23 this year[/p][/quote]Nice pop at Dunk there MBTS, unrelated and unwarranted. Why does it bother you? Your kid not make it? You not make it? The youth development has long been something you have whinged about as not good enough, and not producing, then a lad looks like he might step up and you choose to have a pop at one who has stepped up previously but has not yet fulfilled his potential at the great age of 23. Twunt.[/p][/quote]The youth set up under HInshlewood was a farce , the club is now getting coaching staff who know the importance of pace , skill and belief, My point about dunk is simple , players get there chance , some get more than one, Dunk has had a few, If I was Dunk , I would be asking for a transfer or loan out if he ends up 4th choice, we still need another centre back.. I actually think Dunk has ability, weather he uses that to fulfil his potential is the question I was making, I would like to see Dunk start this season and give him 10 game run in the side.. That's what youth set ups are about. Giving home grown players a chance... The one thing that bugs me about Dunk is he has all the attributes to be a excellent defender .. The real question is does he want it that badly? Or is he happy with taking his wages and swanning about?[/p][/quote]we already know your views on dunk.talk about fenelon ffs.or have you never watched him play?cockwomble[/p][/quote]Your so marvellous... Your right I am not impressed with dunk over last few years, he made his debut 4 years ago .. He should be first choice centre back with his ability... As for Goodwin , lots of endeavour , and a burning desire to succeed .. There was my point about Dunk! Does he want it?[/p][/quote]saying does he want it enough makes you sound like andy townsend and nobody wants to be accused of that.dunk has been behind international defenders for most of that time and is still learning.he has done well when he has played.it seems youre not talking about fenelon because you dont know anything about him.at least get his name right Cockwomble
  • Score: 4

11:46am Tue 15 Jul 14

JeffLomer says...

mark by the sea wrote:
Cockwomble wrote:
mark by the sea wrote:
Baldseagull wrote:
mark by the sea wrote:
Good luck to the lad, looks again like dunk will get a handful of games, 23 this year
Nice pop at Dunk there MBTS, unrelated and unwarranted. Why does it bother you? Your kid not make it? You not make it?
The youth development has long been something you have whinged about as not good enough, and not producing, then a lad looks like he might step up and you choose to have a pop at one who has stepped up previously but has not yet fulfilled his potential at the great age of 23.
Twunt.
The youth set up under HInshlewood was a farce , the club is now getting coaching staff who know the importance of pace , skill and belief,
My point about dunk is simple , players get there chance , some get more than one, Dunk has had a few,
If I was Dunk , I would be asking for a transfer or loan out if he ends up 4th choice, we still need another centre back..
I actually think Dunk has ability, weather he uses that to fulfil his potential is the question I was making, I would like to see Dunk start this season and give him 10 game run in the side.. That's what youth set ups are about. Giving home grown players a chance...
The one thing that bugs me about Dunk is he has all the attributes to be a excellent defender .. The real question is does he want it that badly?
Or is he happy with taking his wages and swanning about?
we already know your views on dunk.talk about fenelon ffs.or have you never watched him play?cockwomble
Your so marvellous... Your right I am not impressed with dunk over last few years, he made his debut 4 years ago .. He should be first choice centre back with his ability...
As for Goodwin , lots of endeavour , and a burning desire to succeed ..
There was my point about Dunk! Does he want it?
Outside Sussex snipett Exclusive....

Hyppia will turn Dunk in to a class CB, he ain't bad now but bit off guidance under Hyppia he will be a decent player, just lacks confidence sometimes,
No guarantees Greer will start every game, many a time he gives the ball away in our half.

Just wish the Dunk haters would get off his back!!
Up the Albion!!
[quote][p][bold]mark by the sea[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Cockwomble[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mark by the sea[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baldseagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mark by the sea[/bold] wrote: Good luck to the lad, looks again like dunk will get a handful of games, 23 this year[/p][/quote]Nice pop at Dunk there MBTS, unrelated and unwarranted. Why does it bother you? Your kid not make it? You not make it? The youth development has long been something you have whinged about as not good enough, and not producing, then a lad looks like he might step up and you choose to have a pop at one who has stepped up previously but has not yet fulfilled his potential at the great age of 23. Twunt.[/p][/quote]The youth set up under HInshlewood was a farce , the club is now getting coaching staff who know the importance of pace , skill and belief, My point about dunk is simple , players get there chance , some get more than one, Dunk has had a few, If I was Dunk , I would be asking for a transfer or loan out if he ends up 4th choice, we still need another centre back.. I actually think Dunk has ability, weather he uses that to fulfil his potential is the question I was making, I would like to see Dunk start this season and give him 10 game run in the side.. That's what youth set ups are about. Giving home grown players a chance... The one thing that bugs me about Dunk is he has all the attributes to be a excellent defender .. The real question is does he want it that badly? Or is he happy with taking his wages and swanning about?[/p][/quote]we already know your views on dunk.talk about fenelon ffs.or have you never watched him play?cockwomble[/p][/quote]Your so marvellous... Your right I am not impressed with dunk over last few years, he made his debut 4 years ago .. He should be first choice centre back with his ability... As for Goodwin , lots of endeavour , and a burning desire to succeed .. There was my point about Dunk! Does he want it?[/p][/quote]Outside Sussex snipett Exclusive.... Hyppia will turn Dunk in to a class CB, he ain't bad now but bit off guidance under Hyppia he will be a decent player, just lacks confidence sometimes, No guarantees Greer will start every game, many a time he gives the ball away in our half. Just wish the Dunk haters would get off his back!! Up the Albion!! JeffLomer
  • Score: 6

11:56am Tue 15 Jul 14

Willie, Willie Irvine says...

That Fenelon is getting the match time suggests Hyypia rates him on the evidence so far. That the lad has taken the chance at senior level and produced the goods, albeit in pre-season run-outs is highly encouraging. Keep it up, young fella...
That Fenelon is getting the match time suggests Hyypia rates him on the evidence so far. That the lad has taken the chance at senior level and produced the goods, albeit in pre-season run-outs is highly encouraging. Keep it up, young fella... Willie, Willie Irvine
  • Score: 5

12:08pm Tue 15 Jul 14

Grummitt says...

As an aside it appears that Jesse Lingard has not been included in the Man Utd squad for the pre season tour to the USA. Wouldn't mind seeing him back with us on a season long loan. Also according to the Football League World website Derby are thinking of making a move for Kaz.
As an aside it appears that Jesse Lingard has not been included in the Man Utd squad for the pre season tour to the USA. Wouldn't mind seeing him back with us on a season long loan. Also according to the Football League World website Derby are thinking of making a move for Kaz. Grummitt
  • Score: 2

12:27pm Tue 15 Jul 14

tug509 says...

Jeff ,yep agree LD couldn`t wish for anyone better to learn from than Sami, he will know in a minute if he has what it takes for a regular first team slot .
Grummitt , Derby ,Noooooo ,king Kaz is a Brighton player ,I`d like to see him get a new contract , he may be one of those players (like Agustein ) that Sami gets the best from . UTA
Jeff ,yep agree LD couldn`t wish for anyone better to learn from than Sami, he will know in a minute if he has what it takes for a regular first team slot . Grummitt , Derby ,Noooooo ,king Kaz is a Brighton player ,I`d like to see him get a new contract , he may be one of those players (like Agustein ) that Sami gets the best from . UTA tug509
  • Score: 1

12:32pm Tue 15 Jul 14

Captain Haddock says...

ringtone wrote:
Trying to sign players like Andrews,Ward and Hughes shows how successful Barber has been in dumbing down expectations whilst not negatively impacting season ticket sales too much.

You cant fool all the people all the time, em. A big fat bonus on its way to Mr Barber. good job son.

Maybe the many posters that dont go to games are the clever ones after all.
Erm that wasn't witty the first time. Jokes then depreciate on further repetition.

Regards your quoted dribblings...

a) Barber doesn't have sway over who we sign, just the purse strings i.e how much

b) do I detect an anti-Irish sentiment in your post - all three names you mention fit that description.



I look forward to your third go at being heard on the same subject on the "Albion sign Kevin Doyle" thread tmrw!!!


N.B to normal contributors, this isn't a heads up on a signing, just to clarify!
[quote][p][bold]ringtone[/bold] wrote: Trying to sign players like Andrews,Ward and Hughes shows how successful Barber has been in dumbing down expectations whilst not negatively impacting season ticket sales too much. You cant fool all the people all the time, em. A big fat bonus on its way to Mr Barber. good job son. Maybe the many posters that dont go to games are the clever ones after all.[/p][/quote]Erm that wasn't witty the first time. Jokes then depreciate on further repetition. Regards your quoted dribblings... a) Barber doesn't have sway over who we sign, just the purse strings i.e how much b) do I detect an anti-Irish sentiment in your post - all three names you mention fit that description. I look forward to your third go at being heard on the same subject on the "Albion sign Kevin Doyle" thread tmrw!!! N.B to normal contributors, this isn't a heads up on a signing, just to clarify! Captain Haddock
  • Score: 2

12:34pm Tue 15 Jul 14

Captain Haddock says...

daughter-of-manag wrote:
Mayfield sweeper wrote:
Not good enough before and not good enough with a change of name, ridiculous really. Instead of hoping someone will suddenly become a brilliant player because they've changed names we should be getting the cheque book out and signing some decent players.
Mayfield ..... I've gotta ask you a question? When you changed your name from Manag to Mayfield, did you hope that you would become a more "brilliant" troll?
Haha! Spot on! Yes I think he did but you can't polish a turd.
[quote][p][bold]daughter-of-manag[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mayfield sweeper[/bold] wrote: Not good enough before and not good enough with a change of name, ridiculous really. Instead of hoping someone will suddenly become a brilliant player because they've changed names we should be getting the cheque book out and signing some decent players.[/p][/quote]Mayfield ..... I've gotta ask you a question? When you changed your name from Manag to Mayfield, did you hope that you would become a more "brilliant" troll?[/p][/quote]Haha! Spot on! Yes I think he did but you can't polish a turd. Captain Haddock
  • Score: 5

12:36pm Tue 15 Jul 14

Captain Haddock says...

JeffLomer wrote:
Paper talk boro after Adam Clayton quality player not many better in this league in my opinion!!
Yup. We should step up our interest as he would add great value, conditional that he gets rid of the comedy beard though.
[quote][p][bold]JeffLomer[/bold] wrote: Paper talk boro after Adam Clayton quality player not many better in this league in my opinion!![/p][/quote]Yup. We should step up our interest as he would add great value, conditional that he gets rid of the comedy beard though. Captain Haddock
  • Score: 5

12:37pm Tue 15 Jul 14

Captain Haddock says...

mark by the sea wrote:
Good luck to the lad, looks again like dunk will get a handful of games, 23 this year
That's sounds a bit specific!
[quote][p][bold]mark by the sea[/bold] wrote: Good luck to the lad, looks again like dunk will get a handful of games, 23 this year[/p][/quote]That's sounds a bit specific! Captain Haddock
  • Score: 4

12:44pm Tue 15 Jul 14

JeffLomer says...

tug509 wrote:
Jeff ,yep agree LD couldn`t wish for anyone better to learn from than Sami, he will know in a minute if he has what it takes for a regular first team slot .
Grummitt , Derby ,Noooooo ,king Kaz is a Brighton player ,I`d like to see him get a new contract , he may be one of those players (like Agustein ) that Sami gets the best from . UTA
Hi Tug exactly what better person could he wish for than learning from Hyppia, I think Dunk will start more games this season, I hope that ain't true about kaz.
[quote][p][bold]tug509[/bold] wrote: Jeff ,yep agree LD couldn`t wish for anyone better to learn from than Sami, he will know in a minute if he has what it takes for a regular first team slot . Grummitt , Derby ,Noooooo ,king Kaz is a Brighton player ,I`d like to see him get a new contract , he may be one of those players (like Agustein ) that Sami gets the best from . UTA[/p][/quote]Hi Tug exactly what better person could he wish for than learning from Hyppia, I think Dunk will start more games this season, I hope that ain't true about kaz. JeffLomer
  • Score: 3

1:12pm Tue 15 Jul 14

VegasSeagull says...

If we manage to hold on to Ulloa, CMS comes thru pre-season unscathed and Shamir continues to impress, our front line will look quite good but I still think we need another striker. I would hope that Fenelon could be fourth choice for this season if we are to see Ulloa and CMS start together, and that would require a decent singing to come in.
Shamir has time on his side, a year as fourth choice in the first team squad would see him get some playing time in the league matches and he would get cup match time.

Grimmitt points out that Lingard has not travelled with the United squad for their USA tour, if parachute money doesn't get in the way, I would love to see him come to us for a year, but my guess is that he might end up being loaned out to a foreign club.
If we manage to hold on to Ulloa, CMS comes thru pre-season unscathed and Shamir continues to impress, our front line will look quite good but I still think we need another striker. I would hope that Fenelon could be fourth choice for this season if we are to see Ulloa and CMS start together, and that would require a decent singing to come in. Shamir has time on his side, a year as fourth choice in the first team squad would see him get some playing time in the league matches and he would get cup match time. Grimmitt points out that Lingard has not travelled with the United squad for their USA tour, if parachute money doesn't get in the way, I would love to see him come to us for a year, but my guess is that he might end up being loaned out to a foreign club. VegasSeagull
  • Score: 2

2:09pm Tue 15 Jul 14

Ex-pat Arnie says...

Captain Haddock wrote:
mark by the sea wrote:
Good luck to the lad, looks again like dunk will get a handful of games, 23 this year
That's sounds a bit specific!
:-D

I always like how people, to make a point based on age (not just MBTS, but everyone else also obsessed by age), always tells us what they we be at their NEXT birthday. It's something my gran used to do: "How old are you?" - "I'll be 96 next birthday!" - "So you're 95 then" - "Yes, nearly 96" - and so on... We might as well counter that Dunk was only 21 last year.

Anyway, it's good that Shamir is trying to kick on to the next level. Didn't score a lot of goals on loan but was highly rated by the fans.
[quote][p][bold]Captain Haddock[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mark by the sea[/bold] wrote: Good luck to the lad, looks again like dunk will get a handful of games, 23 this year[/p][/quote]That's sounds a bit specific![/p][/quote]:-D I always like how people, to make a point based on age (not just MBTS, but everyone else also obsessed by age), always tells us what they we be at their NEXT birthday. It's something my gran used to do: "How old are you?" - "I'll be 96 next birthday!" - "So you're 95 then" - "Yes, nearly 96" - and so on... We might as well counter that Dunk was only 21 last year. Anyway, it's good that Shamir is trying to kick on to the next level. Didn't score a lot of goals on loan but was highly rated by the fans. Ex-pat Arnie
  • Score: 1

2:19pm Tue 15 Jul 14

ringtone says...

Captain Haddock wrote:
ringtone wrote:
Trying to sign players like Andrews,Ward and Hughes shows how successful Barber has been in dumbing down expectations whilst not negatively impacting season ticket sales too much.

You cant fool all the people all the time, em. A big fat bonus on its way to Mr Barber. good job son.

Maybe the many posters that dont go to games are the clever ones after all.
Erm that wasn't witty the first time. Jokes then depreciate on further repetition.

Regards your quoted dribblings...

a) Barber doesn't have sway over who we sign, just the purse strings i.e how much

b) do I detect an anti-Irish sentiment in your post - all three names you mention fit that description.



I look forward to your third go at being heard on the same subject on the "Albion sign Kevin Doyle" thread tmrw!!!


N.B to normal contributors, this isn't a heads up on a signing, just to clarify!
You may want to check out cockwombles comments on Andy Townsend regarding anti-Irish sentiment.
[quote][p][bold]Captain Haddock[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ringtone[/bold] wrote: Trying to sign players like Andrews,Ward and Hughes shows how successful Barber has been in dumbing down expectations whilst not negatively impacting season ticket sales too much. You cant fool all the people all the time, em. A big fat bonus on its way to Mr Barber. good job son. Maybe the many posters that dont go to games are the clever ones after all.[/p][/quote]Erm that wasn't witty the first time. Jokes then depreciate on further repetition. Regards your quoted dribblings... a) Barber doesn't have sway over who we sign, just the purse strings i.e how much b) do I detect an anti-Irish sentiment in your post - all three names you mention fit that description. I look forward to your third go at being heard on the same subject on the "Albion sign Kevin Doyle" thread tmrw!!! N.B to normal contributors, this isn't a heads up on a signing, just to clarify![/p][/quote]You may want to check out cockwombles comments on Andy Townsend regarding anti-Irish sentiment. ringtone
  • Score: -2

2:24pm Tue 15 Jul 14

Cockwomble says...

ringtone wrote:
Captain Haddock wrote:
ringtone wrote:
Trying to sign players like Andrews,Ward and Hughes shows how successful Barber has been in dumbing down expectations whilst not negatively impacting season ticket sales too much.

You cant fool all the people all the time, em. A big fat bonus on its way to Mr Barber. good job son.

Maybe the many posters that dont go to games are the clever ones after all.
Erm that wasn't witty the first time. Jokes then depreciate on further repetition.

Regards your quoted dribblings...

a) Barber doesn't have sway over who we sign, just the purse strings i.e how much

b) do I detect an anti-Irish sentiment in your post - all three names you mention fit that description.



I look forward to your third go at being heard on the same subject on the "Albion sign Kevin Doyle" thread tmrw!!!


N.B to normal contributors, this isn't a heads up on a signing, just to clarify!
You may want to check out cockwombles comments on Andy Townsend regarding anti-Irish sentiment.
how can it be anti irish to claim that andy townsend is a bellend.he was born in maidstone so hes an english bellend.no idea where mbts sea is from but i think its southamton.cockwombl
e
[quote][p][bold]ringtone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Captain Haddock[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ringtone[/bold] wrote: Trying to sign players like Andrews,Ward and Hughes shows how successful Barber has been in dumbing down expectations whilst not negatively impacting season ticket sales too much. You cant fool all the people all the time, em. A big fat bonus on its way to Mr Barber. good job son. Maybe the many posters that dont go to games are the clever ones after all.[/p][/quote]Erm that wasn't witty the first time. Jokes then depreciate on further repetition. Regards your quoted dribblings... a) Barber doesn't have sway over who we sign, just the purse strings i.e how much b) do I detect an anti-Irish sentiment in your post - all three names you mention fit that description. I look forward to your third go at being heard on the same subject on the "Albion sign Kevin Doyle" thread tmrw!!! N.B to normal contributors, this isn't a heads up on a signing, just to clarify![/p][/quote]You may want to check out cockwombles comments on Andy Townsend regarding anti-Irish sentiment.[/p][/quote]how can it be anti irish to claim that andy townsend is a bellend.he was born in maidstone so hes an english bellend.no idea where mbts sea is from but i think its southamton.cockwombl e Cockwomble
  • Score: 4

3:16pm Tue 15 Jul 14

Mayfield sweeper says...

Captain Haddock wrote:
daughter-of-manag wrote:
Mayfield sweeper wrote:
Not good enough before and not good enough with a change of name, ridiculous really. Instead of hoping someone will suddenly become a brilliant player because they've changed names we should be getting the cheque book out and signing some decent players.
Mayfield ..... I've gotta ask you a question? When you changed your name from Manag to Mayfield, did you hope that you would become a more "brilliant" troll?
Haha! Spot on! Yes I think he did but you can't polish a turd.
Nope you're barking up the wrong tree there whoever manag is or was.
[quote][p][bold]Captain Haddock[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]daughter-of-manag[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mayfield sweeper[/bold] wrote: Not good enough before and not good enough with a change of name, ridiculous really. Instead of hoping someone will suddenly become a brilliant player because they've changed names we should be getting the cheque book out and signing some decent players.[/p][/quote]Mayfield ..... I've gotta ask you a question? When you changed your name from Manag to Mayfield, did you hope that you would become a more "brilliant" troll?[/p][/quote]Haha! Spot on! Yes I think he did but you can't polish a turd.[/p][/quote]Nope you're barking up the wrong tree there whoever manag is or was. Mayfield sweeper
  • Score: -4

8:09am Wed 16 Jul 14

Singing Seagull, Indonesia says...

Mayfield sweeper wrote:
Captain Haddock wrote:
daughter-of-manag wrote:
Mayfield sweeper wrote:
Not good enough before and not good enough with a change of name, ridiculous really. Instead of hoping someone will suddenly become a brilliant player because they've changed names we should be getting the cheque book out and signing some decent players.
Mayfield ..... I've gotta ask you a question? When you changed your name from Manag to Mayfield, did you hope that you would become a more "brilliant" troll?
Haha! Spot on! Yes I think he did but you can't polish a turd.
Nope you're barking up the wrong tree there whoever manag is or was.
Hi Dom. You'd better explain the joke to him. He's clearly not as bright as he thinks he is!! 😄😄😄
[quote][p][bold]Mayfield sweeper[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Captain Haddock[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]daughter-of-manag[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mayfield sweeper[/bold] wrote: Not good enough before and not good enough with a change of name, ridiculous really. Instead of hoping someone will suddenly become a brilliant player because they've changed names we should be getting the cheque book out and signing some decent players.[/p][/quote]Mayfield ..... I've gotta ask you a question? When you changed your name from Manag to Mayfield, did you hope that you would become a more "brilliant" troll?[/p][/quote]Haha! Spot on! Yes I think he did but you can't polish a turd.[/p][/quote]Nope you're barking up the wrong tree there whoever manag is or was.[/p][/quote]Hi Dom. You'd better explain the joke to him. He's clearly not as bright as he thinks he is!! 😄😄😄 Singing Seagull, Indonesia
  • Score: 0

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