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    Probably been asked already but.....

    Has he ever contemplated indulging in Munging? If so who would his munging partner be?
    I’m proud to say I had to google that.

    Damaged for life now though. I did like the comment “the one thing worse than genocide”.
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      Can he play right back? Or left?

      Are we going up to win the cup?
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      I’m proud to say I had to google that.

      Damaged for life now though. I did like the comment “the one thing worse than genocide”.
      “Chicks'll dig this one”.
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      I’m proud to say I had to google that.

      Damaged for life now though. I did like the comment “the one thing worse than genocide”.
      We've all googled it once!
      First they came for the Socialists, and I did not speak out--Because I was not a Socialist. Then they came for the Trade Unionists, and I did not speak out-- Because I was not a Trade Unionist. Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out-- Because I was not a Jew. Then they came for me--and there was no one left to speak for me - Martin Niemoller
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      I’m proud to say I had to google that.

      Damaged for life now though. I did like the comment “the one thing worse than genocide”.
      I wasn't going to but did just to see how bad it is, wish I didn't.
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      Shall I Google what munging is?
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      Does he like sausage?
      Sure hope so.

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      Why did you feel it necessary to start your sentence with so ?
      Too much American tv. Blame the introduction of commercial TV in Sweden 1989.

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      Would he laugh at a joke which essentially asks why Edward Woodward has so many d's in his name?

      I laughed a lot at the joke but I'm asking for a friend.

      (the answer btw is because otherwise he'd be known as Ewar Woowar).
      Yes.

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      Is he at all concerned about having a weirdo Swedish stalker and has he reported it to the police?
      Not yet. I am not a bad stalker. I know how to remain unseen.

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      Is potter a socialist

      Seems far to level headed and nice to be a conservative ?
      Without any doubt. Northern part of Sweden is extremely socialist, and turning Östersund into having a very socialist identity is definitely part of their success. Its not a close call, I think he is more left than most leftists.

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      Has he got a hangover right now?
      Doubt it. I think he is one of pretty few managers in the game atm that allows his players to drink but himself doesnt seem like a heavy drinker.

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      Does he believe Tupac is still alive?
      Yeah he even got a small website about it.

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      How do you think he would feel about us tying him to a 25 year contract?

      Or perhaps to a chair in a locked room under the Amex?
      I think it would be doable.

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      Dear Doctor,

      I’m interested in the matches that Swansea conceded in last year leading to loss or defeat.

      I know Potter came out and apologised to fans after he got it wrong tactically once (reminding me of Swansea at the Amex in our first EPL season).

      Were conceded goals generally put down to the manager and his tactics, individual player errors or a lack of quality in the playing staff?

      In addition, how much did Potter change the players when he changed the system?

      Thanks in advance.

      Hugo

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      Individual errors. The only critisism Potter really got was his choice of keeper, as Mulder looked decent but he still went for Nordfeldt who, and I'm not exaggerating, made seven or eight aerial mistakes that lead to goals. Having no left back since Olsson got injured in December and starting the season with only one central defender with first team experience, we struggled with individual mistakes and lack of player quality in some positions.

      When he switches formations sometimes he just moves players around but we had at least ten games where we made a half-time sub and at least four where we made two. Early in the season there was a lot of rotation between games, but I dont expect it at Brighton - in Swansea a lot of the players were unproven and to quote Potter they needed to "collect data" to understand what everyone was capable of.

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      How long is he expecting his Albion life to last?
      Will he be tarting himself to the big clubs like Leeds a la Poyet?
      Will he be off at the first sniff of interest?
      Does he have a vision to take us places?
      Does he think Bloom is a mercenary who will drop him at the first sign of trouble?
      What does he think of Dicks?
      What is his favourite bit of tat from the club shop?
      1. I think if things go well he could stay for ten years. He spent eight in Östersund. In any interview regarding his personal life he always apologise to his family for making them move. I think he was planning to stay in Swansea for a very long time but discovered that he needs a boss that cares as much about the club as he does, like it was in Östersund. Our Americans couldnt do that, so he left after just one year - but generally he is a stayer. He will only leave Brighton if he gets sacked or approached by a very big club.

      2/3. Only leaving for a top 4/6 club. Sure of it.

      4/5. Yes he has a vision but more importantly your owner got a vision, or Potter wouldnt have joined you.

      6. I hope he feels great about Dicks.

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      Is he going to be OFF to England when Southgate goes ?
      Any English manager who does well in the PL will be interesting for the English NT, so who knows..

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      Is he going to really try and win the League Cup or will it be a side distraction?
      He will only use it as a tool to give young players/reserves a chance to show what they got.

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      Now the Swansman has enlightened us with his music, will he go back to answering the questions that were invited?
      Yes.

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      When he loads the dishwasher does he keep trying different formations or has he settled on a system?
      He likes to be creative with the dishwasher.

      I am not googling the munging, neither the goatse.cx.
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      With everyone raving about Sheffield's overlapping centre backs, it got me thinking about Big Burn gallumphing down the left. Clearly Burn a been given licence to roam but Duffy stays in a more orthodox position. @Swansman Were overlapping CBs a feature of Potter's Ostersund and Swansea sides? If so was it always on one wing or can we expect it on both sides if Webster, for example, came in?
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      Sure hope so.



      Too much American tv. Blame the introduction of commercial TV in Sweden 1989.



      Yes.



      Not yet. I am not a bad stalker. I know how to remain unseen.



      Without any doubt. Northern part of Sweden is extremely socialist, and turning Östersund into having a very socialist identity is definitely part of their success. Its not a close call, I think he is more left than most leftists.



      Doubt it. I think he is one of pretty few managers in the game atm that allows his players to drink but himself doesnt seem like a heavy drinker.



      Yeah he even got a small website about it.



      I think it would be doable.



      Individual errors. The only critisism Potter really got was his choice of keeper, as Mulder looked decent but he still went for Nordfeldt who, and I'm not exaggerating, made seven or eight aerial mistakes that lead to goals. Having no left back since Olsson got injured in December and starting the season with only one central defender with first team experience, we struggled with individual mistakes and lack of player quality in some positions.

      When he switches formations sometimes he just moves players around but we had at least ten games where we made a half-time sub and at least four where we made two. Early in the season there was a lot of rotation between games, but I dont expect it at Brighton - in Swansea a lot of the players were unproven and to quote Potter they needed to "collect data" to understand what everyone was capable of.



      1. I think if things go well he could stay for ten years. He spent eight in Östersund. In any interview regarding his personal life he always apologise to his family for making them move. I think he was planning to stay in Swansea for a very long time but discovered that he needs a boss that cares as much about the club as he does, like it was in Östersund. Our Americans couldnt do that, so he left after just one year - but generally he is a stayer. He will only leave Brighton if he gets sacked or approached by a very big club.

      2/3. Only leaving for a top 4/6 club. Sure of it.

      4/5. Yes he has a vision but more importantly your owner got a vision, or Potter wouldnt have joined you.

      6. I hope he feels great about Dicks.



      Any English manager who does well in the PL will be interesting for the English NT, so who knows..



      He will only use it as a tool to give young players/reserves a chance to show what they got.



      Yes.



      He likes to be creative with the dishwasher.

      I am not googling the munging, neither the goatse.cx.
      You didn’t answer the club shop tat question. This is important, and he should have had plenty of time to browse by now.
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      Dear Doctor,

      Is this an image of you waving at Mr Potter having just been discovered shacked up in his airing cupboard?



      Thanks

      Hugo
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