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Wolves on course for the Championship... Boro hoodoo broken... Sandwell lose at home again... reported financial 'difficulties'... an 'injured' Gareth Barry on the piss until the early hours with the club gradually falling apart at the seams

Can a football season get much better? :) :)

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Wolves on course for the Championship... Boro hoodoo broken... Sandwell lose at home again... reported financial 'difficulties'... an 'injured' Gareth Barry on the piss until the early hours with the club gradually falling apart at the seams

Can a football season get much better? :) :)

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And to think I used to dislike Pardew... :lol:

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And to think I used to dislike Pardew... :lol:


I believe he's not that popular in Sandwell

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And to think I used to dislike Pardew... :lol:


I believe he's not that popular in Sandwell


Presuming that Pardew leaves at the end of the season, who next for Albion? Talking to an Albion fan recently and he was keen to get McInnes back down there. Despite the parachute payments, I'm not sure Albion will bounce back easily this time...

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They're in such a mess they could go straight through to league one. To be fair I quite enjoyed playing Walsall. But the novelty might wear of after 4 or 5 seasons.

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And to think I used to dislike Pardew... :lol:


I believe he's not that popular in Sandwell


Presuming that Pardew leaves at the end of the season, who next for Albion? Talking to an Albion fan recently and he was keen to get McInnes back down there. Despite the parachute payments, I'm not sure Albion will bounce back easily this time...


Dean Smith would take it, still lives local.

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They're in such a mess they could go straight through to league one. To be fair I quite enjoyed playing Walsall. But the novelty might wear of after 4 or 5 seasons.


I don't think they are Sunderland messy and should be alright in the chump as it is, but their owners intentions are unclear and his investment will half overnight once relegation is confirmed, if he decides to shut his wallet and recoup his losses they could be in some trouble

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Well the baggies are definitely down and I for one feel sorry for them...I bought they had broken the yo-yo hoodoo and were established...

I am happy to see Burnley and Leicester do well and alway happy when man shitty,manure,thescousers or Chelski lose.


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Well the baggies are definitely down and I for one feel sorry for them...I bought they had broken the yo-yo hoodoo and were established...

I am happy to see Burnley and Leicester do well and alway happy when man shitty,manure,thescousers or Chelski lose.


exactly how i feel.

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Well the baggies are definitely down and I for one feel sorry for them...I bought they had broken the yo-yo hoodoo and were established...


They had, until Peace sold out. 10 years of good work down the bog.

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They can drop every season until they are playing Stafford Rangers. That is a game I would go to just to see a Staffordshire club beat that pile of shite from Sandwell.

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Doc Throstle, Blue & White, The President et-al, eat your fookin hearts out; I've heard enough 'Slap a Dingle' jokes to last a lifetime, what goes around, comes around and you've been the upper Bitch for far too long and now the WOLF is coming back so, cry all you want as there will be no tears from my side unless they're tears of laughter.

You ain't the Villa, you're just a small club in Sandwell and about as important to us as Walsall. :wink: :roll: :lol:

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Doc Throstle, Blue & White, The President et-al, eat your fookin hearts out; I've heard enough 'Slap a Dingle' jokes to last a lifetime, what goes around, comes around and you've been the upper Bitch for far too long and now the WOLF is coming back so, cry all you want as there will be no tears from my side unless they're tears of laughter.

You ain't the Villa, you're just a small club in Sandwell and about as important to us as Walsall. :wink: :roll: :lol:


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Will Megson engineer the great escape? 8)


Merlin the Magician?

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If not MM then I reckon they'll appoint McInnes or Potter for next season in the championship.

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Nice job if you can get it, be shit for a few months, get a big pay off, go somewhere else and be shit for a bit, English footie eh :roll:

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Well, I for one, was delighted with the work he was doing there. #harsh

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Christ, the dross they're being linked with in this article :lol:

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My albion mate would want McInnes from that list but I've got a feeling it will be Pearson, some of them seem to think they are in with a shout of getting Marco Silva :lol:

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I reckon they'd go for Smith, then Pearson, then McInnes. It could be a good job if their owner has the right ambitions for the club, and is taking the right advice.

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I reckon they'd go for Smith, then Pearson, then McInnes. It could be a good job if their owner has the right ambitions for the club, and is taking the right advice.


I reckon the West Brom owner would jump at the chance of getting his money back. Sold a pup.

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Sandwell will have huge para-payments to spend. Get "Arry" in. He knows how to spend other people's money.

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Sandwell will have huge para-payments to spend. Get "Arry" in. He knows how to spend other people's money.


Was Arry in charge when QPR ran up the Championships highest wage bill of 75 million?

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Sandwell will have huge para-payments to spend. Get "Arry" in. He knows how to spend other people's money.


Was Arry in charge when QPR ran up the Championships highest wage bill of 75 million?


He would have definitely ran up his own wage bill. Not sure about the others.

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West Broms income last season was 137.9 million.

Its fair to say Wolves income next season could rise above 150 million.

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Darren "Big Darren Moore" Moore draws level with TC's mighty PL points tally after just 2 games... :?

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