Buckley admits Sunderland's interest distracted him at Albion

Will Buckley

Will Buckley

First published in Sport by , Chief sports reporter

Will Buckley has admitted Sunderland’s interest turned his head during his final six months with Albion.

The Seagulls almost sold the winger to Sunderland in January.

Former boss Gus Poyet finally landed Buckley in a £2.5 million deal last week.

Albion manager Sami Hyypia hit out at Buckley once his move had been completed, criticising his attitude.

Buckley, speaking to the Sunderland Echo, admitted: "I wanted to play in the Premier League and when Gus showed interest (in January), obviously it turned my head straightaway.

"It was really close in January and it went right to the last day. I tried not to think about moving on, because you can't do that when you are playing week in and week out.

"But at the end of the day it probably does affect you, because it is in the back of your mind.

"I tried to carry on as though I was going to be at Brighton for a long time, because I was under contract, but when clubs come in for you – especially from the Premier League – you do get a bit distracted, so it probably was at the back of my mind for the last part of last season.

"It has been a tough six months. It nearly happened in January, but I'm just glad it has happened now."

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10:19am Thu 21 Aug 14

Rhodes Seagull says...

Thanks for the effort you put.
Lets move on from now a former player with another team that I have no real interest in unless we play them.
How about a new forward to join our new signings?
Thanks for the effort you put. Lets move on from now a former player with another team that I have no real interest in unless we play them. How about a new forward to join our new signings? Rhodes Seagull
  • Score: 11

10:22am Thu 21 Aug 14

brightonup says...

Win, win for Buckley, It excuses poor form for the Albion and hints at better things to come for Sunderland.
Sorry to say I am a bit disappointed in Buckley's behaviour - although I understand the lure of the Premiership must be a distraction.
Win, win for Buckley, It excuses poor form for the Albion and hints at better things to come for Sunderland. Sorry to say I am a bit disappointed in Buckley's behaviour - although I understand the lure of the Premiership must be a distraction. brightonup
  • Score: 35

10:23am Thu 21 Aug 14

Mayfield sweeper says...

Wish someone would come in for OGrady, he's been useless. Only signed because he's cheap.
Wish someone would come in for OGrady, he's been useless. Only signed because he's cheap. Mayfield sweeper
  • Score: -57

10:30am Thu 21 Aug 14

SonnyJim55 says...

Perhaps he can pay back the wages he was paid in that time then as he basically withdrew his labour.
Perhaps he can pay back the wages he was paid in that time then as he basically withdrew his labour. SonnyJim55
  • Score: 54

10:33am Thu 21 Aug 14

B rian Tawses left foot says...

I think both he and Bridcutt have got an absolute cheek. Sunderland's interest 'distracted' them. In Bridcutt's case to the point her pretty much refused to play for the club that was paying him thousands of pounds a week. This situation never arose with Buckley as he was forever injured.
As for Poyet - frankly the man is unspeakable.
I think both he and Bridcutt have got an absolute cheek. Sunderland's interest 'distracted' them. In Bridcutt's case to the point her pretty much refused to play for the club that was paying him thousands of pounds a week. This situation never arose with Buckley as he was forever injured. As for Poyet - frankly the man is unspeakable. B rian Tawses left foot
  • Score: 37

10:36am Thu 21 Aug 14

SonnyJim55 says...

B rian Tawses left foot wrote:
I think both he and Bridcutt have got an absolute cheek. Sunderland's interest 'distracted' them. In Bridcutt's case to the point her pretty much refused to play for the club that was paying him thousands of pounds a week. This situation never arose with Buckley as he was forever injured.
As for Poyet - frankly the man is unspeakable.
...but was he really injured in the last 6 months? I have my doubts now
[quote][p][bold]B rian Tawses left foot[/bold] wrote: I think both he and Bridcutt have got an absolute cheek. Sunderland's interest 'distracted' them. In Bridcutt's case to the point her pretty much refused to play for the club that was paying him thousands of pounds a week. This situation never arose with Buckley as he was forever injured. As for Poyet - frankly the man is unspeakable.[/p][/quote]...but was he really injured in the last 6 months? I have my doubts now SonnyJim55
  • Score: 30

10:40am Thu 21 Aug 14

B rian Tawses left foot says...

SonnyJim55 says...


B rian Tawses left foot wrote:
I think both he and Bridcutt have got an absolute cheek. Sunderland's interest 'distracted' them. In Bridcutt's case to the point her pretty much refused to play for the club that was paying him thousands of pounds a week. This situation never arose with Buckley as he was forever injured.
As for Poyet - frankly the man is unspeakable.
...but was he really injured in the last 6 months? I have my doubts now.

You may well be right. It's hard to tell as he was a 'sick note' from pretty much day one at the albion.
SonnyJim55 says... B rian Tawses left foot wrote: I think both he and Bridcutt have got an absolute cheek. Sunderland's interest 'distracted' them. In Bridcutt's case to the point her pretty much refused to play for the club that was paying him thousands of pounds a week. This situation never arose with Buckley as he was forever injured. As for Poyet - frankly the man is unspeakable. ...but was he really injured in the last 6 months? I have my doubts now. You may well be right. It's hard to tell as he was a 'sick note' from pretty much day one at the albion. B rian Tawses left foot
  • Score: 15

10:44am Thu 21 Aug 14

JeffLomer says...

Mayfield sweeper wrote:
Wish someone would come in for OGrady, he's been useless. Only signed because he's cheap.
I wish the people in white coats would come along and put you in a straight jacket so you couldn't use your computer or phone to post terrible dribble every day,
The post is about Buckley he has got his dream move and we collected 2.5 million we move on, see what I did there Mayfield I responded to the headline on the thread!!
Up the Albion!!
[quote][p][bold]Mayfield sweeper[/bold] wrote: Wish someone would come in for OGrady, he's been useless. Only signed because he's cheap.[/p][/quote]I wish the people in white coats would come along and put you in a straight jacket so you couldn't use your computer or phone to post terrible dribble every day, The post is about Buckley he has got his dream move and we collected 2.5 million we move on, see what I did there Mayfield I responded to the headline on the thread!! Up the Albion!! JeffLomer
  • Score: 21

10:46am Thu 21 Aug 14

Alfie T says...

Move on, slightly disappointed in Wills attitude but I suppose you can't blame him. Donny first game at the Amex will live with me forever, and Wills contribution elevates him to legend status, not many finer sights than him flying down the wing, shame his hamstrings limited him. Hope he does well in the premiership.
Move on, slightly disappointed in Wills attitude but I suppose you can't blame him. Donny first game at the Amex will live with me forever, and Wills contribution elevates him to legend status, not many finer sights than him flying down the wing, shame his hamstrings limited him. Hope he does well in the premiership. Alfie T
  • Score: 9

10:50am Thu 21 Aug 14

Joel'sGrandad says...

For every time he says probably read definitely.
Didn't look interested for most of last season which is disappointing.
On another comment on here give Chris O'Grady a chance will you. Most reasonable Albion fans on here will think he needs time to settle in judging by the thumbs down this was given. After all we're only 4 games in so far. UTA
For every time he says probably read definitely. Didn't look interested for most of last season which is disappointing. On another comment on here give Chris O'Grady a chance will you. Most reasonable Albion fans on here will think he needs time to settle in judging by the thumbs down this was given. After all we're only 4 games in so far. UTA Joel'sGrandad
  • Score: 27

10:54am Thu 21 Aug 14

pablobrowno says...

The lad is trying to be honest that's all. A shame Sami publicly slated him really as it's left a slight sour note. Will did three seasons and two play off attempts with us, we didn't quite go all the way and he's decided he wants to play in the PL. Hardly something to criticise him for.

Live and let live people!!
The lad is trying to be honest that's all. A shame Sami publicly slated him really as it's left a slight sour note. Will did three seasons and two play off attempts with us, we didn't quite go all the way and he's decided he wants to play in the PL. Hardly something to criticise him for. Live and let live people!! pablobrowno
  • Score: -20

10:58am Thu 21 Aug 14

Sheil says...

Makes one think as you say SonnyJim!

I'm surprised he has the nerve to come out & tell all his feelings particularly when his attitude & application has been suspect.
Sami detected it too.

It would certainly have been very interesting to see how he would have behaved if we had made the Premiership !!
Makes one think as you say SonnyJim! I'm surprised he has the nerve to come out & tell all his feelings particularly when his attitude & application has been suspect. Sami detected it too. It would certainly have been very interesting to see how he would have behaved if we had made the Premiership !! Sheil
  • Score: 13

10:59am Thu 21 Aug 14

Max Ripple says...

pablobrowno wrote:
The lad is trying to be honest that's all. A shame Sami publicly slated him really as it's left a slight sour note. Will did three seasons and two play off attempts with us, we didn't quite go all the way and he's decided he wants to play in the PL. Hardly something to criticise him for.

Live and let live people!!
Personally I'm glad Sami came out with it. Showed Buckley and other footballers up for who they really are. Must be really frustrating, annoying and angering for a manager to have to try to work with a player who doesn't want to be there and is getting paid THOUSANDS EVERY WEEK.
Spoilt brats, a lot of them.
Still, he did play well for us sometimes. Thanks Will.
[quote][p][bold]pablobrowno[/bold] wrote: The lad is trying to be honest that's all. A shame Sami publicly slated him really as it's left a slight sour note. Will did three seasons and two play off attempts with us, we didn't quite go all the way and he's decided he wants to play in the PL. Hardly something to criticise him for. Live and let live people!![/p][/quote]Personally I'm glad Sami came out with it. Showed Buckley and other footballers up for who they really are. Must be really frustrating, annoying and angering for a manager to have to try to work with a player who doesn't want to be there and is getting paid THOUSANDS EVERY WEEK. Spoilt brats, a lot of them. Still, he did play well for us sometimes. Thanks Will. Max Ripple
  • Score: 25

11:07am Thu 21 Aug 14

AlanDuffy says...

SonnyJim55 wrote:
Perhaps he can pay back the wages he was paid in that time then as he basically withdrew his labour.
Gross misconduct?
[quote][p][bold]SonnyJim55[/bold] wrote: Perhaps he can pay back the wages he was paid in that time then as he basically withdrew his labour.[/p][/quote]Gross misconduct? AlanDuffy
  • Score: 8

11:10am Thu 21 Aug 14

AlanDuffy says...

Maybe there's more to it than Will's admitting....more a question of let me go or I'm not going to perform. Don't think Sunderland would have signed him if he hadn't been fitter than he was letting on. But some good memories, time to move on.
Maybe there's more to it than Will's admitting....more a question of let me go or I'm not going to perform. Don't think Sunderland would have signed him if he hadn't been fitter than he was letting on. But some good memories, time to move on. AlanDuffy
  • Score: 30

11:35am Thu 21 Aug 14

tooncgull says...

Personally, a an exiled Geordie, I hope he, Bridcutt and Poyet have a disastrous season. You've joined the Dark Side ,Will... how could you?

More seriously - trolls bashing O'Grady already? Really?
Personally, a an exiled Geordie, I hope he, Bridcutt and Poyet have a disastrous season. You've joined the Dark Side ,Will... how could you? More seriously - trolls bashing O'Grady already? Really? tooncgull
  • Score: 20

11:49am Thu 21 Aug 14

CiderBaz says...

At his best as a winger. Last season he was played a lot narrower, as a support striker in 4321, which didn't really suit him. Would have loved to see him and Kaz play regularly as two wingers from the start. The only time this happened as a start was the 3-0 against Palace, it worked and then was abandoned by Poyet. As a professional footballer he has to go where he will get paid the most. His next move will be the one where he could get silly money. He will see the Sunderland move as a stepping stone to a top 6 club. Although with dodgy hamstrings and a volatile manager, he will need a bit of luck to progress further.
At his best as a winger. Last season he was played a lot narrower, as a support striker in 4321, which didn't really suit him. Would have loved to see him and Kaz play regularly as two wingers from the start. The only time this happened as a start was the 3-0 against Palace, it worked and then was abandoned by Poyet. As a professional footballer he has to go where he will get paid the most. His next move will be the one where he could get silly money. He will see the Sunderland move as a stepping stone to a top 6 club. Although with dodgy hamstrings and a volatile manager, he will need a bit of luck to progress further. CiderBaz
  • Score: -1

12:06pm Thu 21 Aug 14

saraman says...

Buckley quotes ''When your playing week in week out'' How often did the sick note play two weeks in a row?
There was an article on here from Robbie Savage about the strokes players pull when they want away. It would appear that Buckley did just that.
Buckley quotes ''When your playing week in week out'' How often did the sick note play two weeks in a row? There was an article on here from Robbie Savage about the strokes players pull when they want away. It would appear that Buckley did just that. saraman
  • Score: 18

12:08pm Thu 21 Aug 14

Gee Jay says...

Some good performances, too many missed games through injuries, which Watford supporters did warn us about when he signed.
Cost 1 million sold 2.5 million........Good business for an injury prone player.
Some good performances, too many missed games through injuries, which Watford supporters did warn us about when he signed. Cost 1 million sold 2.5 million........Good business for an injury prone player. Gee Jay
  • Score: 24

12:51pm Thu 21 Aug 14

mikeygit says...

OK to those who say it is natural he took his eye off the ball--sorry no pun intended--I say he was paid to do a job, and very well paid compared to the hard earned money that pays for ones season ticket, then he should do that job to the best of his ability. What other job would an employer pay you highly if you were only putting half a shift in?? I do not blame Sammi for going public, lets the others know he is not to be messed with---puts his cards on the table. Sounds more and more like Bridcutt. Best of luck to Will but let that be an end to it now. we look forward to welcoming and supporting all our players new and old. Lets now get going BHA!!!
OK to those who say it is natural he took his eye off the ball--sorry no pun intended--I say he was paid to do a job, and very well paid compared to the hard earned money that pays for ones season ticket, then he should do that job to the best of his ability. What other job would an employer pay you highly if you were only putting half a shift in?? I do not blame Sammi for going public, lets the others know he is not to be messed with---puts his cards on the table. Sounds more and more like Bridcutt. Best of luck to Will but let that be an end to it now. we look forward to welcoming and supporting all our players new and old. Lets now get going BHA!!! mikeygit
  • Score: 11

1:04pm Thu 21 Aug 14

wardfan says...

Well well well , we are not surprised in your behaviour Mr Buckley. Personally I don't think your good enough my son.
Well well well , we are not surprised in your behaviour Mr Buckley. Personally I don't think your good enough my son. wardfan
  • Score: 5

1:25pm Thu 21 Aug 14

PaulJo says...

Absolutely shameful that a player won't try his best because he wants a move away. Shows a complete lack of respect to the fans that often make sacrifices to go and watch their heroes play.

Ever since Sky got involved with football and started pouring the billions in that they have, two things have happened;

Players have almost become untouchable demi-gods who often get away with murder and still pick-up large pay cheques each week, that the majority of hard working people struggle to see in a year.

Prices have risen for us all to watch, when in fact all this extra income could have made football virtually free for us all, if it wasn't for the greed factor.

Anyway, bye Will, you gave us some good moments, and at least you've been honest here. It's a shame on this once working man's sport, that your far from the only one whose head is turned by cash and nothing else.
Absolutely shameful that a player won't try his best because he wants a move away. Shows a complete lack of respect to the fans that often make sacrifices to go and watch their heroes play. Ever since Sky got involved with football and started pouring the billions in that they have, two things have happened; Players have almost become untouchable demi-gods who often get away with murder and still pick-up large pay cheques each week, that the majority of hard working people struggle to see in a year. Prices have risen for us all to watch, when in fact all this extra income could have made football virtually free for us all, if it wasn't for the greed factor. Anyway, bye Will, you gave us some good moments, and at least you've been honest here. It's a shame on this once working man's sport, that your far from the only one whose head is turned by cash and nothing else. PaulJo
  • Score: 16

1:56pm Thu 21 Aug 14

WisdomSpeaks says...

That confirms my observation that both Will and Liam are mentally weak. Will be surprised if they are hugely successful at the higher level unless they work on that part of their make up.
That confirms my observation that both Will and Liam are mentally weak. Will be surprised if they are hugely successful at the higher level unless they work on that part of their make up. WisdomSpeaks
  • Score: 7

2:27pm Thu 21 Aug 14

Well I'll be says...

pablobrowno wrote:
The lad is trying to be honest that's all. A shame Sami publicly slated him really as it's left a slight sour note. Will did three seasons and two play off attempts with us, we didn't quite go all the way and he's decided he wants to play in the PL. Hardly something to criticise him for.

Live and let live people!!
That may be true Pablo; who could blame him? There are ways to do things and ways not to do things, though! There's no excuse for not giving it his all since the January window. who knows, he might even have made it to the Premier League with the Seagulls if he had been a little less parochial!
[quote][p][bold]pablobrowno[/bold] wrote: The lad is trying to be honest that's all. A shame Sami publicly slated him really as it's left a slight sour note. Will did three seasons and two play off attempts with us, we didn't quite go all the way and he's decided he wants to play in the PL. Hardly something to criticise him for. Live and let live people!![/p][/quote]That may be true Pablo; who could blame him? There are ways to do things and ways not to do things, though! There's no excuse for not giving it his all since the January window. who knows, he might even have made it to the Premier League with the Seagulls if he had been a little less parochial! Well I'll be
  • Score: 4

2:34pm Thu 21 Aug 14

joebennettphwoar says...

"It has been a tough 6 months", getting paid thousands of pounds a week to do not a lot
"It has been a tough 6 months", getting paid thousands of pounds a week to do not a lot joebennettphwoar
  • Score: 18

4:59pm Thu 21 Aug 14

sussexram40 says...

Can't blame Will really.

Once GP, Sunderland, the Premier League started fluttering their eyelashes Will went weak at the knees.
Can't blame Will really. Once GP, Sunderland, the Premier League started fluttering their eyelashes Will went weak at the knees. sussexram40
  • Score: 2

6:35pm Thu 21 Aug 14

Portlock Seagull says...

Admire his honesty.
Admire his honesty. Portlock Seagull
  • Score: 0

8:44pm Thu 21 Aug 14

bbb1969 says...

How many people get a job offer and know they are going and then continue to work extremely hard? Maybe in an office job but in an office you don't need to worry about injuring a finger and not being able to go to your new job.
I enjoyed his game against Donny, the thrashing we gave Blackpool and a peach of a goal and our 3-1 win at Bolton when he scored another cracker. Good luck Will.
On a separate note seems like the fans who gave Barnes a hard time have found another to criticise in COG. He plays similar to Barnes and is a nuisance with opposition defenders; give him a break as he is doing a job.
How many people get a job offer and know they are going and then continue to work extremely hard? Maybe in an office job but in an office you don't need to worry about injuring a finger and not being able to go to your new job. I enjoyed his game against Donny, the thrashing we gave Blackpool and a peach of a goal and our 3-1 win at Bolton when he scored another cracker. Good luck Will. On a separate note seems like the fans who gave Barnes a hard time have found another to criticise in COG. He plays similar to Barnes and is a nuisance with opposition defenders; give him a break as he is doing a job. bbb1969
  • Score: 2

9:10pm Thu 21 Aug 14

Bucket feet Duffy says...

He played about fifteen times for us at a level of top quality the rest of the time he was a sick note had a bad attitude sulked and shoulders dropped, he was another impact player the club can only have so many, thanks Will move on, good for us good for you! Move on.
He played about fifteen times for us at a level of top quality the rest of the time he was a sick note had a bad attitude sulked and shoulders dropped, he was another impact player the club can only have so many, thanks Will move on, good for us good for you! Move on. Bucket feet Duffy
  • Score: 1

11:15pm Thu 21 Aug 14

tug509 says...

LAST 6 MONTHS ,when we needed you the most !
LAST 6 MONTHS ,when we needed you the most ! tug509
  • Score: 2

11:32pm Thu 21 Aug 14

tug509 says...

STUFF IT YOU CREEP .

If you had played for us ,as an Albion player ,instead of a money grabbing mercenary ,you might have made more money for us as a Prem player , I think your admission is disgusting ,enjoy warming the bench for a non sick note honest player . In short **** *** . UTA
STUFF IT YOU CREEP . If you had played for us ,as an Albion player ,instead of a money grabbing mercenary ,you might have made more money for us as a Prem player , I think your admission is disgusting ,enjoy warming the bench for a non sick note honest player . In short **** *** . UTA tug509
  • Score: 1

12:00am Fri 22 Aug 14

tug509 says...

Thanks you prik ,my last seasons home shirt is your name and number ,with postage a mere £58 , with your words you have just made it worthless to me .
Thanks you prik ,my last seasons home shirt is your name and number ,with postage a mere £58 , with your words you have just made it worthless to me . tug509
  • Score: 3

1:53am Fri 22 Aug 14

Please wake up says...

AlanDuffy wrote:
SonnyJim55 wrote:
Perhaps he can pay back the wages he was paid in that time then as he basically withdrew his labour.
Gross misconduct?
Great post and 100% correct.Looks like i was 100% correct yet again.
[quote][p][bold]AlanDuffy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SonnyJim55[/bold] wrote: Perhaps he can pay back the wages he was paid in that time then as he basically withdrew his labour.[/p][/quote]Gross misconduct?[/p][/quote]Great post and 100% correct.Looks like i was 100% correct yet again. Please wake up
  • Score: 0

7:09am Fri 22 Aug 14

Cap'n Pugwash says...

CiderBaz wrote:
At his best as a winger. Last season he was played a lot narrower, as a support striker in 4321, which didn't really suit him. Would have loved to see him and Kaz play regularly as two wingers from the start. The only time this happened as a start was the 3-0 against Palace, it worked and then was abandoned by Poyet. As a professional footballer he has to go where he will get paid the most. His next move will be the one where he could get silly money. He will see the Sunderland move as a stepping stone to a top 6 club. Although with dodgy hamstrings and a volatile manager, he will need a bit of luck to progress further.
A stepping stone to a top 6 club? Are you serious? He will be lucky if he gets off the bench. Him and Bridcutt should be ashamed of themselves for the way they were quite happy collecting thousands every week from The Albion whilst putting in zero effort. I hope it all goes horribly wrong at Sunderland.
[quote][p][bold]CiderBaz[/bold] wrote: At his best as a winger. Last season he was played a lot narrower, as a support striker in 4321, which didn't really suit him. Would have loved to see him and Kaz play regularly as two wingers from the start. The only time this happened as a start was the 3-0 against Palace, it worked and then was abandoned by Poyet. As a professional footballer he has to go where he will get paid the most. His next move will be the one where he could get silly money. He will see the Sunderland move as a stepping stone to a top 6 club. Although with dodgy hamstrings and a volatile manager, he will need a bit of luck to progress further.[/p][/quote]A stepping stone to a top 6 club? Are you serious? He will be lucky if he gets off the bench. Him and Bridcutt should be ashamed of themselves for the way they were quite happy collecting thousands every week from The Albion whilst putting in zero effort. I hope it all goes horribly wrong at Sunderland. Cap'n Pugwash
  • Score: 4

7:21am Fri 22 Aug 14

Cap'n Pugwash says...

bbb1969 wrote:
How many people get a job offer and know they are going and then continue to work extremely hard? Maybe in an office job but in an office you don't need to worry about injuring a finger and not being able to go to your new job.
I enjoyed his game against Donny, the thrashing we gave Blackpool and a peach of a goal and our 3-1 win at Bolton when he scored another cracker. Good luck Will.
On a separate note seems like the fans who gave Barnes a hard time have found another to criticise in COG. He plays similar to Barnes and is a nuisance with opposition defenders; give him a break as he is doing a job.
The COG criticisms aren't coming from anybody other than the resident troll-ignore it.

As for Buckley (and Bridcutt), they both effectively withdrew their labour whilst happily draining hundreds of thousands of pounds out of The Albion. If they were so desperate to re-join Poyet they could easily have resigned and bought out the remainder of their contracts instead of robbing money from us. Hopefully the pair of them have a relegation on their CV.
[quote][p][bold]bbb1969[/bold] wrote: How many people get a job offer and know they are going and then continue to work extremely hard? Maybe in an office job but in an office you don't need to worry about injuring a finger and not being able to go to your new job. I enjoyed his game against Donny, the thrashing we gave Blackpool and a peach of a goal and our 3-1 win at Bolton when he scored another cracker. Good luck Will. On a separate note seems like the fans who gave Barnes a hard time have found another to criticise in COG. He plays similar to Barnes and is a nuisance with opposition defenders; give him a break as he is doing a job.[/p][/quote]The COG criticisms aren't coming from anybody other than the resident troll-ignore it. As for Buckley (and Bridcutt), they both effectively withdrew their labour whilst happily draining hundreds of thousands of pounds out of The Albion. If they were so desperate to re-join Poyet they could easily have resigned and bought out the remainder of their contracts instead of robbing money from us. Hopefully the pair of them have a relegation on their CV. Cap'n Pugwash
  • Score: 0

11:05pm Sat 23 Aug 14

Ontheline says...

AlanDuffy wrote:
SonnyJim55 wrote:
Perhaps he can pay back the wages he was paid in that time then as he basically withdrew his labour.
Gross misconduct?
Rubbish!
[quote][p][bold]AlanDuffy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SonnyJim55[/bold] wrote: Perhaps he can pay back the wages he was paid in that time then as he basically withdrew his labour.[/p][/quote]Gross misconduct?[/p][/quote]Rubbish! Ontheline
  • Score: 0

11:14pm Sat 23 Aug 14

Ontheline says...

So yet again you pathetic people believe the printed word which is well known for it's poetic licence, who will be your next victim I wonder?
So yet again you pathetic people believe the printed word which is well known for it's poetic licence, who will be your next victim I wonder? Ontheline
  • Score: 0

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