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 Post Posted: Wed Jan 03, 2018 11:43 pm 
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Tim Nash tweeting.

And this as well

http://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/ ... r-11792964

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 Post Posted: Wed Jan 03, 2018 11:49 pm 
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Surely not! A coaching role maybe?

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 Post Posted: Wed Jan 03, 2018 11:49 pm 
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Hell, why not. And we could re-sign Bully while we're at it! If Nuno thinks it's worth doing who am I to argue :lol:


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 Post Posted: Wed Jan 03, 2018 11:58 pm 
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I think that ship has long since sailed. :lol:

Maybe in a coaching role, but I can't see it happening.

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wolvesforever_1979 wrote:
I think that ship has long since sailed. :lol:

Maybe in a coaching role, but I can't see it happening.

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Don't kill the dream, I'm already ordering a shirt with his name on the back, he's gonna be my first goalscorer in the prediction league for the rest of the season. I tell ya, Robbie is gonna score the hat-trick that'll take us up. I can see it now! :D


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There could be some legs in it... :lol:

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 Post Posted: Thu Jan 04, 2018 12:38 am 
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I don’t know how much he would help, but I would absolutely love for the prodigal son to return


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Tim Sports is saying there is nothing to the rumour but it’s too late, my hopes are up anyways


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 Post Posted: Thu Jan 04, 2018 12:50 am 
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It's another Spiers vs Nash face-off :lol:


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It's another Spiers vs Nash face-off :lol:

In the words of Harry Hill: "FIIIIIIIGHT!!!!" :lol:

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If it did happen I would expect something like this;

Keane signs as player/coach.
When he plays it is off the bench and hopefully he is a great super sub getting more goals than expected.
He gives our young lads vital experience.
At the end of the season he retires to a full time coaching role, or, he stays one season in the same premier before retiring performing the same roles; late game substitute, leadership to young players, coaching.

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No no no no no.....

Now we are on the verge of being successful & don't need him, he perhaps wants to come.

When we were struggling to make a Prem impact, and needed him, he went elsewhere. He could have helped, but didn't.

(All that assumes that he has expressed a wish to come, rather than drunk journo babble...)

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Christ, how old is he? I was a fresh-faced (semi) young buck (sort of) when he first joined the club.

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Embers wrote:
Christ, how old is he? I was a fresh-faced (semi) young buck (sort of) when he first joined the club.


This is the biggest lie I have read on this board since Knocker's last one :D

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Embers wrote:
Christ, how old is he? I was a fresh-faced (semi) young buck (sort of) when he first joined the club.


This is the biggest lie I have read on this board since Knocker's last one :D


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knocker knowles wrote:
suiging wrote:
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Christ, how old is he? I was a fresh-faced (semi) young buck (sort of) when he first joined the club.


This is the biggest lie I have read on this board since Knocker's last one :D


You should stop your early morning drinking, that White Lightening is fucking up your judgment of the written word.


Yes. Sorry Embers, I agree with him. What were you thinking ?

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Robbie Keane will not be coming here....................until somebody spots him shopping over the road at Asda................:-)

Mind you... I saw Dennis Bergkamp there yesterday, so maybe...just maybe.. 8)

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We will get this rumour every transfer window until after his retirement.

What makes nuno so good is he knows his team exactly and has no need to tinker...ever.he sticks with what he knows and knew his best team very quickly.


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I think Tim Nash's twitter account has been hacked

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Whilst we're at it, we might as well dig up Robbie Dennison :roll:

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This whole Keane thing has been very silly

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Mowgli wrote:
This whole Keane thing has been very silly

Agree but it's been entertaining to read what folk have been writing elsewhere. :mrgreen:

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I think Tim Nash's twitter account has been hacked


Along with his article in the Daily Mirror then.

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Deano's Golden Boots wrote:
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I think Tim Nash's twitter account has been hacked


Along with his article in the Daily Mirror then.


I was joking, maybe I should have said what has he been snorting?

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Robbie Dennison still lives in the area doesn’t he? I would dig up John Paskin. Only for his comedy tash....

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We have a lot of really good dead players. This one is only nearly dead. Why go for half measures ?

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I saw Robbie Kean at Dennis Bergkamp's funeral, whilst I was gooin to Asda does that qualify as news?

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Still being linked with every striker whose agent wants a payday. Just relax and wait for Nuno to decide: young or experienced? One for now or for the future? Or both....

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I saw Robbie Kean at Dennis Bergkamp's funeral, whilst I was gooin to Asda does that qualify as news?


What the fuck was Dennis doing being laid to rest at Bushbury Crem, is it because he refused to fly back to his native Netherlands?

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Embers wrote:
Rozza wrote:
I saw Robbie Kean at Dennis Bergkamp's funeral, whilst I was gooin to Asda does that qualify as news?


What the fuck was Dennis doing being laid to rest at Bushbury Crem, is it because he refused to fly back to his native Netherlands?



Dennis chose to be cremated to prove his alegence to the Asda and the West Midlands in general.. Brave man.

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