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By Tubby Isaacs
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I'm still not sure what Allardyce is supposed to have done wrong. He wanted to make extra money, which he's allowed to with the agreement of the FA. He apparently made that clear that he'd have to ask them. It looks greedy and shit, and he might well have realised that before he took it any further. If the problem is his Panorama stuff, he shouldn't have been appointed at all.

I see the allegations against Hasselbaink went nowhere at all. They looked pretty weak. He might do some speaking to this lot and said he'd like it if they sent him "good players"?
 
By Bones McCoy
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Charles Moore of the Telegraphs acting like a public school Littlejohn - and a cunt.

We should not assume that everyone who says they have been abused through football is actually a 'victim'
CHARLES MOORE

Excerpt:
The Chelsea footballer Gary Johnson was, he told the Daily Mirror last week, paid £50,000 by Chelsea Football Club in 2015, because of alleged abuse in the 1970s, on condition that the story was kept confidential.
Few have questioned why Mr Johnson accepted the money last year and now denounces the people who paid him. It would be interesting to know if he is being paid for his story.

Quotemarks, obfuscation, insinuation - One might ask why are so many rightwing columnists batting for team Peado?
By mr angry manchester
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Bones McCoy wrote:Charles Moore of the Telegraphs acting like a public school Littlejohn - and a cunt.

We should not assume that everyone who says they have been abused through football is actually a 'victim'
CHARLES MOORE

Excerpt:
The Chelsea footballer Gary Johnson was, he told the Daily Mirror last week, paid £50,000 by Chelsea Football Club in 2015, because of alleged abuse in the 1970s, on condition that the story was kept confidential.
Few have questioned why Mr Johnson accepted the money last year and now denounces the people who paid him. It would be interesting to know if he is being paid for his story.



Quotemarks, obfuscation, insinuation - One might ask why are so many rightwing columnists batting for team Peado?
Probably because it goes up to the top of the tree. I think that if it was properly investigated, Thatchcunt's name would probably appear somewhere, certainly a party to covering it up
 
By Bones McCoy
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Prince George to join 'chaotic mob' at Wetherby School who make London square 'uninhabitable'

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/01 ... habitable/

In which schoolkids have the temerity to make noise and play games in their school playground.
Snowflake residents (probably TRAITORS) in Notting Hill are angry about this.
The school's music teacher is offering extra lessons on the tiny violin.
No fewer than nine netballs - and a hula hoop - have landed in one local garden in recent weeks.
It's worse than the blitz - he added.
 
By bluebellnutter
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The Telegraph have suddenly realised the internet also exists in Spain.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/04 ... raph-poll/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
Gbraltar has accused Spain of "hijacking" a Telegraph poll which asked the question “Is Gibraltar British or Spanish?”

The poll, which was originally published in 2013, has garnered close to two million votes – the vast majority of them voting in favour of Spain.

The Government of Gibraltar has raised concerns that the results are skewed, because Spaniards are encouraged to vote for the rock to be handed over to Madrid.

It argues the poll results are then used in the Spanish media to justify the claim that the majority of people believe Gibraltar is Spanish.
An analysis of who voted in the poll in 2013 showed that over five thousand of the votes in favour of Spain came from internet protocol addresses – or source computers - for Spain’s ministry of defence.

The poll also swung dramatically in Spain’s favour following a “digital armada” social media campaign on Facebook, Twitter and WhatssApp encouraging people to vote in favour of Spain.

Unsurprisingly, 98.89 per cent of people voting in Spain voted for Spain, in a bid to have the 1713 Treaty of Utrecht, which ceded the strategically valuable "Rock" to Britain, scrapped.
The Telegraph's poll will close at the end of May
For those interested, the scores on the doors are currently...

British - 155,939 (7.27%)
Spanish - 1,989,509 (92.73%)

That's your own fault for using a self-selecting poll, guys. Anyone can answer it and you don't get the results you want.
 
By Samanfur
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Getting to the stories that really matter. The comments on their FB page aren't going their way:
Samantha Cameron 'wrestled bra' from No 10 staffer and feared she'd flashed her cellulite in short skirt

Samantha Cameron has described the fashion minefield and wardrobe near misses she had to navigate during her six-year spell in Number 10.

The designer and businesswoman has recalled how she had to "wrestle a new bra" from someone in David's staff and feared people could "see my cellulite" at a party conference.

The 46-year-old also described having to coordinate with Michelle Obama's wardrobe and planning for events up to three months ahead.
 
By Bones McCoy
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Samanfur wrote:Getting to the stories that really matter. The comments on their FB page aren't going their way:
Samantha Cameron 'wrestled bra' from No 10 staffer and feared she'd flashed her cellulite in short skirt

Samantha Cameron has described the fashion minefield and wardrobe near misses she had to navigate during her six-year spell in Number 10.

The designer and businesswoman has recalled how she had to "wrestle a new bra" from someone in David's staff and feared people could "see my cellulite" at a party conference.

The 46-year-old also described having to coordinate with Michelle Obama's wardrobe and planning for events up to three months ahead.
That would be a great back-cover excerpt for a Mills and Boon paperback.
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