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Re: Egg has been scrambled?

Post by gessa » Sat May 31, 2014 6:12 pm

Very rare the early favourite gets the job, it's a tactic used by the bookies to get a lot of money put on someone who's not going to get the job, next week someone who's about 20/1 now, will have their odds slashed to near evens another tactic they use to bring in the money.

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Re: Egg has been scrambled?

Post by hector » Sat May 31, 2014 6:26 pm

So who would your money be on Ges??
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It is so illuminating!!

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Re: Egg has been scrambled?

Post by 1964white » Sat May 31, 2014 6:31 pm

eastyorkshirewhite wrote:Have been in the company of my 5 friends who travel every where and at the moment none of us are going to renew our season tickets the first time in over 30years.
Tell me you are joking :shock: :shock: :shock:

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Re: Egg has been scrambled?

Post by joelufc20 » Sat May 31, 2014 6:55 pm

Id like us to give tim Sherwood a go, failing that Gio trappatoni
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Re: Egg has been scrambled?

Post by gessa » Sat May 31, 2014 7:11 pm

hector wrote:So who would your money be on Ges??
I honestly haven't got a clue who he will choose, second guessing Cellino will be difficult.
Who do I think would do a good job, well if he's after a coach rather than a manager and being realistic who we could get, then I would choose Chris Hughton.

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Re: Egg has been scrambled?

Post by becchio bear » Sat May 31, 2014 7:14 pm

eastyorkshirewhite wrote:It goes from bad to worse now an non-league manager is been touted as the new coach/manager we are in the crap no new strip at the moment,no pre-season games seem to be arranged we are been linked with players from the likes of Peterborough and the relegated Yeovil plus Morrison is back on list come Monday we should be looking at far better players than this.We have a winding up order on us the owner faces more court cases and lets face it McCormack will leave now plus Byram has stated he his having to buy his food at sub-way due to Thorpe Arch been closed.Have been in the company of my 5 friends who travel every where and at the moment none of us are going to renew our season tickets the first time in over 30years.

Cellino is working his way through a lot of crap at the moment from what I can see. A new strip isn't a problem, players are always being linked with clubs, Morison had never left the list. McCormack is contracted to us he cannot just simply leave. Awwww bless, Byram has to buy his own food, hold the front page :roll: I would happily buy a season ticket if I were in a better financial position. :bear:

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Re: Egg has been scrambled?

Post by 1964white » Sat May 31, 2014 7:57 pm

becchio bear wrote:

Byram has to buy his own food, hold the front page :roll:
Pampered footballers syndrome comes to mind :roll:

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Re: Egg has been scrambled?

Post by MikeLufc6 » Sat May 31, 2014 8:07 pm

New manager suggestions?
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Re: Egg has been scrambled?

Post by Twiggster » Sat May 31, 2014 8:09 pm

1964white wrote:
Tell me you are joking :shock: :shock: :shock:
Nobody can buy ST's right now, as the club can't trade until the winding up order case is resolved. Which looks like being delayed further, as that scumbag Haigh is still in a Bahrain gaol. :duno:

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Re: Egg has been scrambled?

Post by Twiggster » Sat May 31, 2014 8:11 pm

MikeLufc6 wrote:New manager suggestions?
CELLINO is our new manager, Mike - do keep up! :) He is looking for a coach or two, but not a manager.

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Re: Egg has been scrambled?

Post by 1964white » Sat May 31, 2014 8:46 pm

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Nobody can buy ST's right now, as the club can't trade until the winding up order case is resolved. Which looks like being delayed further, as that scumbag Haigh is still in a Bahrain gaol. :duno:
"Supporters are currently unable to pay for their Season Ticket using the credit or debit card option online, in person or via post.

The five month interest free instalment plan provided by Zebra Finance is still available for fans to spread the cost of their season ticket and the club is urging fans to use this option. You can also pay for your Season Ticket using cheque or cash in person at the Ticket Office. For further information, please contact Ticket Services on 0871 334 1992"

Mine should be in the in tray :-D

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Re: Egg has been scrambled?

Post by Martyn » Sat May 31, 2014 9:07 pm

1964white wrote:
"Supporters are currently unable to pay for their Season Ticket using the credit or debit card option online, in person or via post.

The five month interest free instalment plan provided by Zebra Finance is still available for fans to spread the cost of their season ticket and the club is urging fans to use this option. You can also pay for your Season Ticket using cheque or cash in person at the Ticket Office. For further information, please contact Ticket Services on 0871 334 1992"

Mine should be in the in tray :-D
I wonder what they are doing with the cheques, they obviously can't pay them into the frozen bank account.
Bates, GFH, Cellino: Same s**t, different arseholes.

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Re: Egg has been scrambled?

Post by Twiggster » Sat May 31, 2014 10:01 pm

Guildford White wrote:
I wonder what they are doing with the cheques, they obviously can't pay them into the frozen bank account.
Tis all a bit silly - but hey ho -It's LUFC... :roflmao:

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Re: Egg has been scrambled?

Post by eastyorkshirewhite » Sat May 31, 2014 11:00 pm

1964white wrote:
Tell me you are joking :shock: :shock: :shock:
No we are not we are really fed up with all the crap we are been fed we don't believe a word of what is coming out of Elland Road at the moment.Think we may just chose games at Elland Road and buy membership so at least we can still enjoy our trips away.I myself have never been so low with the club in all the years I have followed them one of the 5 in thinking of packing it in all together and he has had a season ticket for 25years.

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Re: Egg has been scrambled?

Post by Twiggster » Sun Jun 01, 2014 1:33 am

Guildford White wrote:
I wonder what they are doing with the cheques, they obviously can't pay them into the frozen bank account.
I did wonder about that line.... :duno:

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Re: Egg has been scrambled?

Post by 1964white » Sun Jun 01, 2014 7:03 am

eastyorkshirewhite wrote: No we are not we are really fed up with all the crap we are been fed we don't believe a word of what is coming out of Elland Road at the moment.Think we may just chose games at Elland Road and buy membership so at least we can still enjoy our trips away.I myself have never been so low with the club in all the years I have followed them one of the 5 in thinking of packing it in all together and he has had a season ticket for 25years.
I for one can understand your feelings/motives but surely staying away from ER is not going to help LUFC :(

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Egg has been scrambled?

Post by Martyn » Sun Jun 01, 2014 8:53 am

Maybe the ultimate aim is not for people to put money into LUFC? Maybe at bottom we follow a club through thick and thin because they excite us, they give our weekends a focal point. They occupy our thoughts between matches, they give us something to talk about, we suffer the lows because of the joys of the occasional high.

Following a club is a lot like being in love and getting married, but marriages can fail too.

If you feel the club you love is messing you about then you can fall out of love. You no longer want to spend every waking hour with them, indifference starts to creep in. And at that stage why would you put vast amounts of your hard-earned money into the pockets of an Italian billionaire?
Bates, GFH, Cellino: Same s**t, different arseholes.

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Re: Egg has been scrambled?

Post by trooper20 » Sun Jun 01, 2014 9:06 am

billie1 wrote:I really thought BM would have done better given what he did at Reading . I don't remember clueless tactics and gutless surrender being par for the course at the Madjeski ? Clearly a man of integrity and should be respected as such . Relieved he's gone . On the other hand goodness knows what'll happen now .

Really?.. Did you watch Reading in the premiership last time> Certainly not gutless but majorly tactically unaware

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Re: Egg has been scrambled?

Post by trooper20 » Sun Jun 01, 2014 9:08 am

theleedsmango wrote:
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Don't know how they get derive these odds. Anything below Carbone and Hockaday is pure nonsense.



Zola, Matteo and MacKay will be kicking the doors down to get a chance at that opportunity.
Dark horse could be Nigel Adkins

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Re: Egg has been scrambled?

Post by gessa » Sun Jun 01, 2014 9:30 am

trooper20 wrote: A
Dark horse could be Nigel Adkins
Good shout

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