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Pavilionaire

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Pulis has just got 4 points out of 6 and is only 3 points from getting out of the bottom 3.

I'm not a fan of Pulis and thought the appointment was odd in the first place. Indeed, Garry Monk did well to get 12 points from 11 matches before he was sacked. That said, binning Pulis off now after the last 2 results is basket case behaviour.

Incredibly, Monk also got 4 points from his last two games in charge prior to getting the sack.
 
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Mr Banana

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Aug 8, 2005
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Pulis has just got 4 points out of 6 and is only 3 points from getting out of the bottom 3.

I'm not a fan of Pulis and thought the appointment was odd in the first place. Indeed, Garry Monk did well to get 12 points from 11 matches before he was sacked. That said, binning Pulis off now after the last 2 results is basket case behaviour.

Incredibly, Monk also got 4 points from his last two games in charge prior to getting the sack.

Their chairman's just said that there was something else going on as well as "unsatisfactory results".

Don't mind them being catastrophically run if it keeps Rov up.
 

Weststander

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Pulis must’ve been shite. Clueless Chansiri usually gives managers a long stint, even though they all inevitably fail to return Massive to the summit of European football.
 


Weststander

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They’re going to be Massive in League One.

The tossers have just about had it.

They rattle on about a special moment in beating heavily depleted opponents in a play off leg :lolol:, where they went on to be ...... in the very same division come August :wanker:’s.

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peterward

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They’re going to be Massive in League One.

The tossers have just about had it.

They rattle on about a special moment in beating heavily depleted opponents in a play off leg :lolol:, where they went on to be ...... in the very same division come August :wanker:’s.

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Just noticed the table and on checking the fixtures the potential Karma Gods will be working this Saturday??

Wednesday are 4 points from safety with 2 to play.

And this Saturday if they lose they are down.

Roll up to Hillsborough, Mr Hughton, Mr Bong, Mr Murray and Monsieur Knockaert....... Please let knocky bag the winner in Injury time!
 

Weststander

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Just noticed the table and on checking the fixtures the potential Karma Gods will be working this Saturday??

Wednesday are 4 points from safety with 2 to play.

And this Saturday if they lose they are down.

Roll up to Hillsborough, Mr Hughton, Mr Bong, Mr Murray and Monsieur Knockaert....... Please let knocky bag the winner in Injury time!

It’s a win-win for me.

In the unlikely event that Massive survive, Derby get relegated.

Thank you so much football gods.
 

GREASED WEASEL

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Dec 10, 2017
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Just noticed the table and on checking the fixtures the potential Karma Gods will be working this Saturday??

Wednesday are 4 points from safety with 2 to play.

And this Saturday if they lose they are down.

Roll up to Hillsborough, Mr Hughton, Mr Bong, Mr Murray and Monsieur Knockaert....... Please let knocky bag the winner in Injury time!

Also they play Derby on the last day,so there is some hope for them

Although Rotherham have 2 games in hand

I think I'd quite enjoy a little last game excitement
 


Weststander

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Aug 25, 2011
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Also they play Derby on the last day,so there is some hope for them

Although Rotherham have 2 games in hand

I think I'd quite enjoy a little last game excitement

My dream scenario is for Rotherham to win a few games and Derby to lose their last two.

Then League One next season will be blessed with several giants of European football, especially if Sunderland and Pompey fail to go up.
 

Pavilionaire

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Jul 7, 2003
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I've just noticed that Chris Hughton's Nottingham and Hove Albion can relegate Massive if they beat them on Saturday lunchtime - how good would it be if Knocky bagged the killer goal?!

If I'm being greedy, Derby lose vs Swansea and Massive while the Millers pick up the 4 points they need to survive on goal difference.
 

lawros left foot

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Jun 11, 2011
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Next season League One could possibly have, Massive, Wayne Rooneys Derby, Sunderland,#tw@s, Wigan Wimbledon, Charlton and Blackpool, all who have been Premier League teams in the not too distant past. Or are traditionally big clubs.
 

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