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Save our Jose!
Started by: 0 years (2903) Report abuse
With all the wailing, blaming and gnashing of teeth that is coming from the Theatre of Screams recently maybe it is time for a campaign in the style of the previous Save Our Dave/Louis campaigns.

After all, with the great job that Moaninho is doing in causing his usual implosion, the last thing we need is for him to "do one" to a bigger club.

Happy New 14 Points Clear.

Save Our Jose!

Posted by: chatty (6073)  Report abuse
Deary me we have been on the sherry haven't we!
No gnashing off teeth from OT that's just the papers who know that slagging the biggest club in the land off sells papers, no mention of why the reigning champions are also a country mile off the pace?
The best thing is though you can win it by fifty points and you only get one title, so you'll still be 15 behind!

Posted by: 0 years (2903) Report abuse
istree, itsree, istree.

That's all yoonited fans have got left to harp on about.

Save Our Jose!

BTW, it was Bollinger.

Posted by: chatty (6073)  Report abuse
Very recent istree.

Two pots in the cabinet last season, remind us what you won again "0 years"
(The calendar spun again last night by the way)

Posted by: 0 years (2903) Report abuse
Yes, "pot" is the only way to describe those trophies.

Just to remind you, presumably it is your age. My username was chosen to mark the nullification and removal of the banner at the theatre of past glories which marked each passing trophyless year of the Manchester club.

That was the case then and it is still the case, not an ongoing record of City's progress or not, whichever the case may be.

It seems that fake news is not solely the domain of Donald Trump, but if it makes you happy to keep believing your version then fill your boots.

Posted by: chatty (6073)  Report abuse
Happy to "mark the nullification" then stop the clock, I see.
So by the same token, one of those "pots" we won last season was a European trophy, your one and only came in 1970 so surely you should have stopped the clock and should still be calling yourselves European Cup winners cup holders?
Of course not because time marches on!

Posted by: GOLDEN BEAR (3032)  Report abuse
I agree with CHATTY, the only sad point from my point of view is the FACT again we have stumbled on an injury crisis yet again, plus the 3 match ban of YOUNG, the amoumt of injuries wehave today means we have 6/7 first teamers out.

This will be great news for the united haters at the ready with their fingers poised on the key pad. I do think it will be very hard for united to come away with a point never mind a win ,but one never knows in sport, finally not read much yet about a certain city's run comeing to a shuddering STOP yesterday have you?????

Posted by: 0 years (2903) Report abuse
Nothing to do with stopping clocks, your selective ramblings in an attempt to give some direction and credence to an unrelated point don't mask the simple facts of the point in question.

The definition of nullification is to "make of no use or value; cancel out".

Which is exactly what happened to the banner which indicated a sequence of (non) events in years and as a result became redundant due to a reduction to 0 years at that moment in time, hence my username.

Simple really.

Posted by: bridger (inactive) Report abuse
When you've the budget United have, there should be plenty depth to cover injuries. You're not exactly Burnley, are you?

Posted by: chatty (6073)  Report abuse
Only one person being "selective" you even confirmed my point in one thread on this sports board by arguing your username wasn't yet out of date one season because technically City still held the Community Shield.

Posted by: laughing gravy (3790) Report abuse
WHERES MY MONEY FROM LAST YEAR CHATTY?? THIEVING GET.

Posted by: chatty (6073)  Report abuse


There you go, get yourself a 3D printer and you'll be laughing, erm...gravy!

Posted by: bryanp121 (1319) Report abuse

Only one person being "selective" you even confirmed my point in one thread on this sports board by arguing your username wasn't yet out of date one season because technically City still held the Community Shield.

It depends which way the winds blowing for 0 years.

Posted by: bassman (3591) Report abuse
After following this board for too long, it appears 0 years has a point. The Utd supporters always jump on the "istree" bandwagon......it's NOW what counts, not what happened in the past...

Posted by: laughing gravy (3790) Report abuse
funny that byan last year the charity shield was MAJOR trophy according to you lot, yet you mention selective

Posted by: bryanp121 (1319) Report abuse
LG.with you having chatty on ignore you won't have noticed that I copied and pasted his reply to 0 years, I only added the last line.its very hard to be right all the time when you don't have all the facts chatty catching 0 years out once again,

Posted by: 0 years (2903) Report abuse
bryanp121, surely your constant sycophantic behaviour towards Chatty is an embarrassment to you or don't you realise that you are doing it?

Quite sad really.

Not only that but you really aren't capable of keeping up with the level of banter between myself and Chatty. I seem to remember that my Charity Shield comment was very tongue in cheek as I have stated on many occasions that the Charity Shield is not a real trophy.

Do keep up.



Posted by: bryanp121 (1319) Report abuse
Nice to see someone put a know-all in his place, if it's chatty or anyone else, we'll be it. do keep up.

Posted by: 0 years (2903) Report abuse
Nice to see you acknowledge the fact that I am a know all.

If someone finally does put me in my place you will be the first to know........ but don't hold your breath.

On second thoughts, do hold your breath as it will be a while.

Posted by: laughing gravy (3790) Report abuse
GOLDEN BEAR YOU DID NOT HAVE ALL THEM INJURYS WHEN CITY STARTED PULLING AWAY!! WHATS YOUR EXCUSE FOR THAT?? AFTER A VERY VERY EASY START

Posted by: chatty (6073)  Report abuse
my Charity Shield comment was very tongue in cheek..

Looks like that wind's changed direction again bryanp!

Posted by: GOLDEN BEAR (3032)  Report abuse
LG: Do you recall some while back when certain people on here used to slag me off ,practically every time i used capital letters . Can i ask you why when you make remarks to me you always use the upper case ,curious that;s all.

Posted by: laughing gravy (3790) Report abuse
i'm shouting at you, whenever i use captitals i'm shouting,also golden bear if you wish to use capitals go ahead bugger what others say

Posted by: 0 years (2903) Report abuse
"Looks like that wind's changed direction again bryanp!"

And there blows the wind again (cat, kettle)!

Or is it just hot air?

Posted by: 0 years (2903) Report abuse
Excellent news.

Jose has committed his future to yoonited.

What a relief.

Long may he reign!

Posted by: chatty (6073)  Report abuse
Deary me, from a guy who has "left" these boards on 3 occasions before (but suddenly reappeared when his team had an upturn in fortunes) because of "the childish banter"

Posted by: 0 years (2903) Report abuse
Nerve successfully touched.

I'm not surprised you always take LG's bait!

It's so easy.

Save Our Jose.

Posted by: chatty (6073)  Report abuse
Only nerve round these parts is the one belonging to the bloke who bailes out at the first sign of a storm then appears out of the ether when the sun starts shining (when his team looks like winning something that is)

Posted by: 0 years (2903) Report abuse
You're like a stuck record always on repeat, banging out the same tiresome old tunes in the misguided belief that anyone else gives a hoot what your song is.

Is this the social media version of fake news in that you feel that if you keep regurgitating the same old story you feel that eventually readers will believe or more importantly care?

I honestly think that you have an obsessive personality displayed by the way you always strive to have the last word and are constantly on repeat.

You don't check the iron a dozen times to make sure you have switched it off before you leave the house by any chance?

Feel free to have the last word, I'm off to bed (after I've checked the iron)!

Posted by: laughing gravy (3790) Report abuse
i've said many a time he loves the last word does chatty thats why he spent most of his time playing 2nd fiddle to stu,he's just like a little brat never once admitted he's wrong i bet he had a doozin childhood i suspect billy no mates had more friends

Posted by: chatty (6073)  Report abuse
My, I did keep you up last night.
The above is a perfect description of, we know who, but because he's "batting for your side", you happily tolerate him.
Fortunately my fairweathered friend in this day and age I will never end up in the trenches with you or there would be one thing I would be "checking" every ten seconds when the going got tough.
Your whereabouts.

Posted by: chatty (6073)  Report abuse
That's a bit rich when Norman Bates calls someone billy no mates.

Posted by: 0 years (2903) Report abuse
Good retort Chatty,

The only problem is, I would never be in the trenches with you.

You see, whereas I would be up to my knees in mud straining at the leash to go over the top you would be at home watching it on T.V. from the comfort of your armchair.

There you go I have lined up your next reply for you with my "over the top" comment.

I'll load it, you fire it!

Posted by: laughing gravy (3790) Report abuse
HAHAHAHA TRENCHES CHATTYyou need balls to be in the trenches,pity chattys a EUNUCH....

Posted by: chatty (6073)  Report abuse
"On my knees in mud straining at the leash to get over the top"

I hate to imagine what you'd be "on your knees" doing, being the chap who has already scarpered the scene three times when the kitchen got too hot.

"Comfort of my armchair"
I'll be there tonight and I'am fairly confident I have covered more miles watching United than you have City.

Posted by: 0 years (2903) Report abuse
I said "up to my knees" not "on my knees".

Without wishing to get into a "mine is bigger than yours" discussion, I have been to almost every home and most away games for well over 25 years including around 50% of the European games we have been party to in recent years (8 countries plus S. Africa, and Abu Dhabi tours). I have slowed it down recently though and tend to give the European aways a miss as my match going buddy can't go. I still have my seasoncards and do about half of domestic aways.

However, I suspect that even that is part time compared to Fireplace.

So if you have travelled more miles than that then fair play to you.

None of that makes me a better supporter than the next person who can't get to games, it just means that I have been fortunate over the years. In fact despite my teasing of Bryanp121, I'm willing to wager that he, along with most people know a darned sight more about football than I do.

Posted by: laughing gravy (3790) Report abuse
chatty scoffs at others for not going bt does not go himself?? definately a trafford fan him,as they like to laugh at empty seats whilst wathching football on the tellycant get mi yed round that

Posted by: chatty (6073)  Report abuse
Nothing to do with "mine is bigger than yours" just that you never fail (every time you reappear on here) to mention "armchair and TV" yet are quick to call me "a stuck record" and whine about "fake news" and "regurgitating the same old story," sorry pal but I can smell hypocrisy at a thousand paces, that's why "Norman Bates" always ends up tying himself in knots!



Posted by: GOLDEN BEAR (3032)  Report abuse
L/G. : A wee bit late to answer one of your comments on inuries at united , yes i will answer which is the match at O/T would not have mattered had united been at full strength or not because on the day Man City were completly the best team over 90 minutes ,glad iv'e put that right now ok?

Posted by: laughing gravy (3790) Report abuse
GOLDEN BEAR i can see you are a footy fan first and a united fan 2nd i have no problem with you or broady as you call it as you see it,you like broady are very unbiased and if a few more were like you two,this place cold be a whole lot friendlier

Posted by: 0 years (2903) Report abuse
Wrong.

It is a while since I highlighted your passive supporting activities, mainly in the "Lay Z Boy" days. To say that I mention it every time I "reappear" is nonsense and once again fake news.

Now I can hear you tapping away in your inimitable obsessive style to sift through back posts in a desperate effort to prove yourself right in front of your playmates.

What it must be like to live in your world one can only wonder.

Anyway, you must run along now otherwise we will realise, sorry, suspect, that (at 5.10) you are not really going to the game tonight as you say you are.

P.S. don't forget to abstain from posting until around 11.00 p.m. so it looks convincing.

Posted by: chatty (6073)  Report abuse
I thought me pointing out your hypocrisy might have you trying to rewrite history yet again.
No need to sift back anywhere, on this very thread you have mentioned the above on your "reappearance"; description;
noun: re-appearance
the fact of someone or something arriving, becoming visible, or coming into existence again.
"we were taken aback at her sudden reappearance"


Remember the last time you "suspected" I had not been to the game and I proved otherwise and you had to donate 50 to the hospice? (You did didn't you)? Feel free to put up or shut up again!
As for that only posting at certain times on match days malarky, that one bit the dust after you "posted from the back of the coach" at 2.25pm V West Ham away (if memory serves).

Posted by: 0 years (2903) Report abuse
1) I hope you enjoyed the game and I will genuinely donate 50 to Macmillan (even though we had not discussed it and you have not provided proof anyway), just don't go to any more matches as it will cost me a fortune!

2) That back of the coach escapade was AFTER the game and if I knew how to post photos and could be bothered I would dig out my ticket.

Posted by: chatty (6073)  Report abuse
I was referring to your original "suspected" non attendace jibe when you did offer money to charity.

Good man all the same.

Posted by: laughing gravy (3790) Report abuse
chatty seeing as 0years has offered to pay up,whats the chances of you doing so???

Posted by: laughing gravy (3790) Report abuse
0years please tell me if hes refused to pay me againand if he has a bet with you dont pay him till he pays his debts

Posted by: chatty (6073)  Report abuse
Please don't poke your nose in theres a good lad, this is two upstanding gentlemen discussing proper financial transactions.

Posted by: laughing gravy (3790) Report abuse
chatty post a pic of you at bristol or your ticket

Posted by: chatty (6073)  Report abuse
Show me a post stating I went to Bristol.

Then show me a pic or ticket of ANY football game you have attended in the last 10 years!
(And barring your glory hunting season at the Latics ANY football match EVER)
(Your Freddie and the Dreamers Springfield Park visit in the 1970s excepted).



Posted by: chatty (6073)  Report abuse

It's all gone quiet

 
 
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