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Thread: Scunny after Yates

  1. #41
    Quote Originally Posted by sidders View Post
    It wit was tit, you'd go bra-less.
    I do, do you?

  2. #42
    Quote Originally Posted by keldsyke View Post
    Polite request: Please donít poison this thread with your political drivel, this board is about Notts, thank you
    Well I think we all knew your "polite request " would fall on deaf ears Keldskye.

  3. #43
    Quote Originally Posted by Redrag View Post
    His wages have been agreed with Forest, could Scunny meet them let alone pay three times the amount?

    Also, he's probably got his eyes on a squad place at Forest.

    If he did leave though you'd imagine that County are in a strong position.
    Seems to me that his best option is to stay with us till the end of the season. He would then be experienced and be a quality addition to the Forest team.

  4. #44
    Quote Originally Posted by uysapie View Post
    Seems to me that his best option is to stay with us till the end of the season. He would then be experienced and be a quality addition to the Forest team.
    I would agree, they've probably improved a lot with you. What do you reckon about next season then? Do you think you'll be in for any of our academy lads/young professionals?

  5. #45
    Quote Originally Posted by Redrag View Post
    I would agree, they've probably improved a lot with you. What do you reckon about next season then? Do you think you'll be in for any of our academy lads/young professionals?
    Depends which division we are in and how good they are, don't know enough about them to comment. I do think Grant is League 1, not Championship. He drifts out of games too much.

  6. #46
    Quote Originally Posted by Redrag View Post
    His wages have been agreed with Forest, could Scunny meet them let alone pay three times the amount?

    Also, he's probably got his eyes on a squad place at Forest.

    If he did leave though you'd imagine that County are in a strong position.
    Notts are currently paying Yates and Grant's wages in full and the two players are getting top-notch coaching, mentorship and game time week in week out in a potential championship winning team. They're also only about 400 yards from their permanent contractual base.

    In other words they're getting two excellent first team prospects brought on for nowt, so I'd say Forest would be bonkers to sell either at this point.

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    It will all depend on what the new manager at Forest wants, he might want them back to have a good look at them.

  8. #48
    Quote Originally Posted by navypie View Post
    Well I think we all knew your "polite request " would fall on deaf ears Keldskye.
    You were actually the one who took this fred down a political route with your slagging off of Scunny as a town. Does that make you a hypocrite?

  9. #49
    Quote Originally Posted by sidders View Post
    You were actually the one who took this fred down a political route with your slagging off of Scunny as a town. Does that make you a hypocrite?
    Ok , Scunny is lovely. No, sorry, its a dump but each to their own sid.

    I went to Morecambe sid and thought that was also a dump, is that political or just my opinion ?
    Last edited by navypie; 04-01-2018 at 10:07 AM.

  10. #50
    Quote Originally Posted by navypie View Post
    Ok , Scunny is lovely. No, sorry, its a dump but each to their own sid.

    I went to Morecambe sid and thought that was also a dump, is that political or just my opinion ?
    I enjoy your anecdotal posts about you and your Notts-loving lad, Navy, but sequential and logical thought seems to evade you on a regular basis. If your rubbishing of Scunny is not political then why - according to Laxative Lad - is my questioning of the demography of certain areas of Nottingham political?
    You assert that NO PART of Notts is on a par with Scunny which is contrary to the opinion of many posters on here. Poverty, poor schooling and unemployment does that to an area, wherever it is.
    Hull is another place regularly slagged off on here by Notts posters but this year has seen it make giant strides.
    Who exactly is to blame when a town or area is ugly / hopeless / a hotbed of crime? Do you really think it's the people who live there?

  11. #51
    Quote Originally Posted by sidders View Post
    I enjoy your anecdotal posts about you and your Notts-loving lad, Navy, but sequential and logical thought seems to evade you on a regular basis. If your rubbishing of Scunny is not political then why - according to Laxative Lad - is my questioning of the demography of certain areas of Nottingham political?
    You assert that NO PART of Notts is on a par with Scunny which is contrary to the opinion of many posters on here. Poverty, poor schooling and unemployment does that to an area, wherever it is.
    Hull is another place regularly slagged off on here by Notts posters but this year has seen it make giant strides.
    Who exactly is to blame when a town or area is ugly / hopeless / a hotbed of crime? Do you really think it's the people who live there?
    He started it sir.

  12. #52
    Quote Originally Posted by sidders View Post
    I enjoy your anecdotal posts about you and your Notts-loving lad, Navy, but sequential and logical thought seems to evade you on a regular basis. If your rubbishing of Scunny is not political then why - according to Laxative Lad - is my questioning of the demography of certain areas of Nottingham political?
    You assert that NO PART of Notts is on a par with Scunny which is contrary to the opinion of many posters on here. Poverty, poor schooling and unemployment does that to an area, wherever it is.
    Hull is another place regularly slagged off on here by Notts posters but this year has seen it make giant strides.
    Who exactly is to blame when a town or area is ugly / hopeless / a hotbed of crime? Do you really think it's the people who live there?
    Another Polite Notice:

    Please stop ruining this thread. Take your agenda to O/T, thank you.

  13. #53
    My lad , who as never been to the City Ground asked me if we could go to Forest v Arsenal . I am going nowhere that dump I tell him . Why's it a dump dad? Because it reminds me of S****horpe son. O/T

  14. #54
    Quote Originally Posted by navypie View Post
    My lad , who as never been to the City Ground asked me if we could go to Forest v Arsenal . I am going nowhere that dump I tell him . Why's it a dump dad? Because it reminds me of S****horpe son. O/T


    Excellent.

  15. #55
    Quote Originally Posted by sidders View Post
    I enjoy your anecdotal posts about you and your Notts-loving lad, Navy, but sequential and logical thought seems to evade you on a regular basis. If your rubbishing of Scunny is not political then why - according to Laxative Lad - is my questioning of the demography of certain areas of Nottingham political?
    You assert that NO PART of Notts is on a par with Scunny which is contrary to the opinion of many posters on here. Poverty, poor schooling and unemployment does that to an area, wherever it is.
    Hull is another place regularly slagged off on here by Notts posters but this year has seen it make giant strides.
    Who exactly is to blame when a town or area is ugly / hopeless / a hotbed of crime? Do you really think it's the people who live there?
    Sidn, and your opinion of Grimsby is ?

  16. #56
    Quote Originally Posted by Wedgie_pie View Post
    Sidn, and your opinion of Grimsby is ?
    Almost as good as Cleethorpes and possibly Bulwell's equal.

  17. #57
    Quote Originally Posted by sidders View Post
    Almost as good as Cleethorpes and possibly Bulwell's equal.
    It's got better chippies than Bulwell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sidders View Post
    Almost as good as Cleethorpes and possibly Bulwell's equal.
    **** all wrong with Bulwell,not much right with it either mind.I cringe when I come home & walk through it listening to the lovely looking dolls...not

  19. #59
    Quote Originally Posted by uysapie View Post
    It's got better chippies than Bulwell.
    Chip shops are considered an healthy eating option in Grimsby.

  20. #60
    We've got Noble and O'Connor to come in, we shouldn't be worried if it happens. Which most probably won't happen

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