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General Discussion / Re: Would you take Mourinho?
« Last post by Mitrovic the warrior on Today at 05:59:49 PM »
Not way. The Donald Trump of football.
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General Discussion / Re: Super League aftermath
« Last post by Sammyffc on Today at 05:59:27 PM »
this talk of punishment is pretty hilarious, people are so dramatic.

Lets think, what could they actually be punished for ? none of them did anything wrong, nothing against the rules ... nothing.
They just attempted to create their own tournament... that is all that happened.

To punish clubs who ( wrongly ) tried to create their own competition away from the FIFA/ UEFA mafia is pretty hilarious to be honest

From 4:55
EPL rule L.9 states "clubs shall not ENTER or play in a competition WITHOUT prior approval from Premier league boards" 



Thanks Winterline.


Richard Masters ( Head of the Premier League ) '' "Premier League rules contain a commitment amongst clubs to remain within the football pyramid and forbid any clubs from entering competitions beyond those listed in Rule L9, without Premier League board permission.

"I cannot envisage any scenario where such permission would be granted. ''

So, what rule has been broken? it appears the clubs applied for permission, as per the rules.

They didn't apply for permission. They signed a contract with the ESL to enter it, without permission from the PL

Thanks ! i have read through all the statements however and have not seen anyone say the clubs did anything illegal, it all seems to be based on morals and bringing the game into turmoil. Am i missing something ?.
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General Discussion / Re: Super League aftermath
« Last post by toshes mate on Today at 05:52:59 PM »
Nothing will be done. The Prem knows which side it’s bread is buttered on.
Agree.  And that, in a nutshell, is why grass roots football is in decline.  If there is no capacity to be anything but greedy then, eventually, you get your comeuppance unless you can see the greed for what it is - a selfish and destructive force that wears blinkers to prevent it seeing sense.
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General Discussion / Re: Super League aftermath
« Last post by JoelH5 on Today at 05:51:03 PM »
this talk of punishment is pretty hilarious, people are so dramatic.

Lets think, what could they actually be punished for ? none of them did anything wrong, nothing against the rules ... nothing.
They just attempted to create their own tournament... that is all that happened.

To punish clubs who ( wrongly ) tried to create their own competition away from the FIFA/ UEFA mafia is pretty hilarious to be honest

From 4:55
EPL rule L.9 states "clubs shall not ENTER or play in a competition WITHOUT prior approval from Premier league boards" 



Thanks Winterline.


Richard Masters ( Head of the Premier League ) '' "Premier League rules contain a commitment amongst clubs to remain within the football pyramid and forbid any clubs from entering competitions beyond those listed in Rule L9, without Premier League board permission.

"I cannot envisage any scenario where such permission would be granted. ''

So, what rule has been broken? it appears the clubs applied for permission, as per the rules.

They didn't apply for permission. They signed a contract with the ESL to enter it, without permission from the PL
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General Discussion / Re: I find the Championship so depressing
« Last post by blingo on Today at 05:47:25 PM »
I have found premier league pretty depressing to be honest

I don't find the Premier league depressing for the competition and quality and excitement. I find it depressing because under the khan's they've managed to make a ballsup of not having the right squad and manager in place when we do get up.

With a proper striker signed or mitro playing more regularly or with another manager not Scott Parker, we would have been staying up and would not have bottled it when so close to Newcastle.

Whilst we could still catch burnley I'd be surprised if we do. We've been so ineffective at winning games and getting the necessary points. We've been far to soft a team and I put that down to lacking a decent manager. Wish I didn't have to say that as I like Parker as a man and think he may do well later in his managerial career but he needs to be let go as he's currently not good enough for the premiership. Far too one dimensional, lacking creativity to change things quick enough and address issues like goalscoring.

I agree with you totally Mr General.

Texas, if you find the best league in the world boring, then you are watching the wrong sport my friend.
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General Discussion / Re: Not very flattering article about Maja
« Last post by MickTheBeard on Today at 05:40:38 PM »
They might be alright in the championship but I don’t think any premier league clubs would buy them.
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General Discussion / Re: Super League aftermath
« Last post by Sammyffc on Today at 05:40:35 PM »
this talk of punishment is pretty hilarious, people are so dramatic.

Lets think, what could they actually be punished for ? none of them did anything wrong, nothing against the rules ... nothing.
They just attempted to create their own tournament... that is all that happened.

To punish clubs who ( wrongly ) tried to create their own competition away from the FIFA/ UEFA mafia is pretty hilarious to be honest

From 4:55
EPL rule L.9 states "clubs shall not ENTER or play in a competition WITHOUT prior approval from Premier league boards" 



Thanks Winterline.


Richard Masters ( Head of the Premier League ) '' "Premier League rules contain a commitment amongst clubs to remain within the football pyramid and forbid any clubs from entering competitions beyond those listed in Rule L9, without Premier League board permission.

"I cannot envisage any scenario where such permission would be granted. ''

So, what rule has been broken? it appears the clubs applied for permission, as per the rules.
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General Discussion / Re: NFR - Heating and solar
« Last post by H4usuallysitting on Today at 05:39:16 PM »
We now live full time in a motorhome, travelling the UK and Europe and have two large solar panels and battery storage bank to heat, cook and light the van. Works exceptionally well

Very good...any idea what kwh the panels/battery are
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General Discussion / Re: Would you take Mourinho?
« Last post by blingo on Today at 05:38:39 PM »
He is so dam egotistical. NNNnnnnoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!

This mostly for me why I don't want this egotistical asshat managing my club.  Yes he has had much success in his managing career, but I do think things have dropped off for him in recent years, with some rather quick sackings.  And yes, he has become a sort of caricature.  Not sure what of, but seems more a cartoon than anything else.  And that massive ego rubs me the wrong way.  NO TY!!

Maybe we need some of that "EGO" to make us into the club we'd like to be. If you are happy being a "YOYO" club fair enough, but I personally would love us to bring home trophy's and win the league. I guess it all boils down to whether or not you want Fulham to develop, or remain the same as we have for years. Funny how no one moaned about success when we got to the final of the Europa Cup eh?
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General Discussion / Re: Would you take Mourinho?
« Last post by blingo on Today at 05:36:10 PM »
As I said previously, he was going anyway, he has 'under performed', the Super League gave the club and him the perfect opportunity to part ways 'soon rather then later'. 

Come on Mr Rebel be realistic. He is the 3rd most successful manager of all time
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