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Thread: Ugo Ehiogu

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    Ugo Ehiogu

    Big Ugo has collapsed at Spurs trainin centre,he's their U/23 coach.Hope all goes well for the Big Fella.UTB

  2. #2
    Ditto,get well soon Ugo

  3. #3
    Some sources reporting that he's had a heart attack.

    All the best big man!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrayBlade View Post
    Some sources reporting that he's had a heart attack.

    All the best big man!
    Did Robson sign him Mr G?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlockD View Post
    Did Robson sign him Mr G?
    Yes mate, but I thought Ugo did ok for us considering.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrayBlade View Post
    Yes mate, but I thought Ugo did ok for us considering.
    Agree,good servant for United

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlockD View Post
    Did Robson sign him Mr G?
    Oh yes, if you recall, he came on as sub quite a lot when he first arrived and his performances earned him a regular place.

    I was told he was on a pay as you play contract at 38k per week hence his frequent substitute appearnces early on.


    That Robson, so good for the club, so committed, so aware of what motivated the fans. "It's just another game" v the pigs, delivered in his boring,flat North Eastern tones aided by a few scoops.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomytony View Post
    Oh yes, if you recall, he came on as sub quite a lot when he first arrived and his performances earned him a regular place.

    I was told he was on a pay as you play contract at 38k per week hence his frequent substitute appearnces early on.


    That Robson, so good for the club, so committed, so aware of what motivated the fans. "It's just another game" v the pigs, delivered in his boring,flat North Eastern tones aided by a few scoops.

    Soon as he said that,he should have been sacked

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlockD View Post
    Soon as he said that,he should have been sacked
    Soon as his name was mentioned in association with SUFC someone should have tried to sober McC up

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomytony View Post
    Soon as his name was mentioned in association with SUFC someone should have tried to sober McC up
    Shocking decision to appoint him,100% agree

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlockD View Post
    Shocking decision to appoint him,100% agree
    It certainly was a very poor appointment,i never heard anyone say they wanted Robbo at BDBL,but i prefer to concentrate on what a MAGNIFICENT appointment Tufty has been,Well done KING KEV.UTB

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    He has sadly died at the young age of 44.

    I always liked Ugo.

    Condolences to his family and friends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darblade View Post
    He has sadly died at the young age of 44.

    I always liked Ugo.

    Condolences to his family and friends.
    Wow that's no age

    Condolences to his family and friends

    RIP Ugo

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    That's terrible. R.I.P. Hugo, God bless your family.

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    Oh no,God bless you Ugo ,no age to go,I'm particularly upset about this for personal reasons

    RIP UE

    A good man passed this way

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrayBlade View Post
    That's terrible. R.I.P. Hugo, God bless your family.
    RIP UGO,Cardiac arrest,only 44.I send sincere condolences to Ugo's family&friends.UTB

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    Quote Originally Posted by darblade View Post
    He has sadly died at the young age of 44.

    I always liked Ugo.

    Condolences to his family and friends.


    God Bless Ugo.

  18. #18
    RIP Big Man

  19. #19
    Really tragic news. Was highly rated by Spurs for his coaching of the U23s. My type of central defender, enjoyed watching him in his short stint at the Lane. RIP fellow Blade.

  20. #20
    Sad news..........R I P

    Let's do this right and give him a minute of loud applause before the kick-off at the last home game.
    Not Mr Sinclair's usual request for applause during the game (this fad has got to be stopped).

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