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Tag Archives: EMO
Solving a Problem like Michael
…Or why England’s Michael Owen would be better being not heard, as well as not seen… It all started innocently enough. England’s Michael Owen (EMO) tweeted this: That’s fair enough. I mean, it’s a bit boring, and it’s not really … Continue reading
Posted in Football Tagged Benchwarming as a profession, EMO, England’s Michael Owen getting paid handsomely, Man United, NUFC, Twitter 7 Comments
No Nolan, no cry?
…Or how to dismantle the greatest team spirit a club has ever known by following our easy step-by-step process… Club captain. Leader. Inspiration. Goalscorer. Fat. Lazy. Slow. Passenger. “Who are yee cahllin fat, like!?” Kevin Nolan has been called a … Continue reading
Posted in Football Tagged EMO, Goals against sunderland, Kevin Nolan, Mike Ashley, NUFC 3 Comments
Sho(la)down. Round Three.
… Or how to use statistics to prove any point you want, even if this time it is not ridiculous… Welcome to the third in what could become a regular feature, where I compare Shola to some of the world’s … Continue reading
Posted in Football Tagged Ameobiosity, EMO, England’s Michael Owen getting paid handsomely, Goals against sunderland, NUFC, Penguin prostitution, Sammy Ameobi, Sho(la)down, Shola, Shola’s love of hats, Titus Bramble, Tormenting the mackem defence, Using statistics to prove a point we all know to be true 7 Comments