Premier League Prima Donna's

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  1. no_loyalty

    no_loyalty Well-Known Member

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    David Liuz now on strike to force through a transfer to Arsenal, and Roman Lukaku not turned up for training at Man United because he doesn't want to play for them.
     
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    On the other hand, brave comrades standing together against oppressive employers.
     
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    There are no Premier League prima donnas.

    Premier League started in 1992, Madonna was born in 1958
     
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    No, over paid pricks who throw their dummies out of their prams when they don't get their own way.
     
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    Liquid Gold Well-Known Member

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    Who's Donna?
     
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    no_loyalty Well-Known Member

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    Kebab?
     
  7. fernandopartridge

    fernandopartridge Well-Known Member

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    I know mate it was tongue very much in cheek.

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    Plays in goal for Milan doesn’t he?
     
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    It's also the 'fans' (I use that term very loosely, in that I generally mean the Sky Sports fans).

    For every facebook post etc about Bury, Bolton, etc, there's a Man Utd armchair fan suggesting that "it's their own fault, they should have managed themselves better", whilst crying about only spending £130million on players this summer.

    Nothing will change in football until one of the 'big 6' threaten to go under. In fact i'm not sure even that would change things, it really would need Man Utd or Liverpool to go down the pan before anything changes.

    Unless of course the entire UK population were to boycott Sky Sports.
     
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    They nearly did, Liverpool came close but they got away with it and so its all been forgotten about.
     
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    Unless of course the entire UK population were to boycott Sky Sports.[/QUOTE]

    We can all dream.
    No more nonsense about super Saturdays or Sundays when in fact all they mean is a couple of mid table sides playing teatime Sunday. Or a top of the table clash that swamps tv, even on terrestrial tv, with adverts hyping every aspect of the game, players, managers and supporters.


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    this surely isn't sustainable?

     
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    The turning point should've been when Portsmouth went into admin whilst in the Premier League but I've seen nothing to suggest that things have moved on.

    How can Man City spend nearly a £1 billion in transfer fees and not breaking FFP rules? How can Man Utd be in so much debt but not be investigated by the EPL? Yet Bury and Bolton whilst mismanaged don't have the same luxuries.

    Its a fucking joke.

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    Nicolas Anelka was the first one I can remember.
    Signed for Arsenal in 1997.
    So much talent and so little application.
     

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