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silloth52

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  1. thought i wouldn't go to another city game after the wj debacle, went last night first time in 12 months and was pleasantly surprised by the quality city produced thought delbridge, brilliante and noone were outstanding,actually looking forward to the start of the season
  2. just renewed membership, was foundation member but got a dose of joycevirus last year, over it now, $180 concession (seniors card) city blue seat
  3. just read on foxsports perth may have found a loophole allowing bruno to play this season "injury replacement"
  4. just received this email from mfc my reply "dont care joyce out"
  5. maybe no one want,s to come ,maybe word has got out wj is a career wrecker, unless you want to sign a lucrative contract piss wj off and have a holiday for the rest of your contract
  6. just been reading about the reason the matildas coach being axed "toxic culture, goodbye wazza
  7. can,t remember his name but he told me "what about beating victory in round 1, and sitting in 4th position "told him i pay to see entertaining football not management bullshit politics,very little supporter interaction, he then asked me to rethink, no thanks i,m over and out until the focus is on the team and not wazza
  8. had a call from cfg about being a foundation member, would i sign up for a 6 game membership, "see they do care about us" lol told them what i thought about the club mainly joyce destroying 55 years of my enjoyment of football and after being a lifelong supporter of newcastle utd that says a lot
  9. i cannot understand how signing a proven centre forward is going to improve the team , the utter rubbish style of play from joyce is counter productive to forwards being involved in the game
  10. Jamie Maclaren says he would consider an A-League return but is focused on the Asian Cup SOCCEROOS January 19, 2019 6:49am by DANIEL GARB Source: FOX SPORTS Australia's forward Jamie Maclaren. (Photo by Karim Sahib / AFP)Source: AFP — AL AIN, UAE His full focus is on once again leading the Australian line at the Asian Cup in their round of 16 do or die clash with Uzbekistan but Socceroos striker Jamie Maclaren concedes he could be set for a club switch in the January transfer window, with a return to the A-League a possibility. The 25-year-old is currently on loan at Scottish Premier Division club Hibernian but has been used sparingly by manager Neil Lennon this season since returning from injury despite his superb contribution last campaign that saw him net eight goals in 15 games. Maclaren has been linked with a move back to his native Victoria and a marquee deal with Melbourne City but the fact that he is still owned by German club Darmstadt and has one-and-a-half years remaining on that contract makes any potential switch, be it back to Australia or somewhere else in Europe, slightly more difficult to navigate
  11. waiting for overseas offer to collect some cash
  12. what about joyce biggest joker around but you let him coach our team ffs
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