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Re: Newcastle Predictions

by Silver Fox » 17 Jan 2013 13:55

Sir Dodger Royal Result = Game Postponed. Royals drop deeper into the mire. Plus they never win games in hand. Still Saints & QPR on the move with real investment.


Go back to your hole you fvcking spanner

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Re: Newcastle Predictions

by If you still hate Futcher » 17 Jan 2013 16:12

Reading score a late winner which is met by absolutely no reaction from the travelling Royals faithful as they've all succumbed to hypothermia up in the gods of the <Insert Your Company Name Here> Arena

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Re: Newcastle Predictions

by Ian Royal » 17 Jan 2013 17:02

Sir Dodger Royal Get a life. The truth always hurt. Three wins in 22 games. That's real progression. Investment now = success. RTGs to have a whip roundddd

2 wins in 3 games. Has the corner been turned? We'll see.

You massive pcunt.

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Re: Newcastle Predictions

by Royal Ginger » 17 Jan 2013 18:30

Sir Dodger Royal Result = Game Postponed. Royals drop deeper into the mire. Plus they never win games in hand. Still Saints & QPR on the move with real investment.


Looking at the forecast, QPR much more likely to be snowed off then our game.

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Re: Newcastle Predictions

by The Cap » 17 Jan 2013 20:08

If you still hate Futcher wrote
Reading score a late winner which is met by absolutely no reaction from the travelling Royals faithful as they've all succumbed to hypothermia up in the gods of the <Insert Your Company Name Here> Arena


I know slightly off beam but Futcher's comment brought back memories of being at the back of the top tier at Quite Pricey Rangers, several seasons ago, whilst freezing the proverbial nuts off. To the extent that even Sordy, in his sheepskin, stayed on the concourse at the start of the second half supping his plasy bottle of Heiny muttering "Sod that for a game of soldiers".

Fair play to the crew going up there on Saturday. Frozen bodies and lips stuck together with outer extremities singing along to "Blue is the colour, football is the game". Still, as observed elsewhere on the forum, the Pog will no doubt look up, having scored the winner, wanting to know what all the fuss is about. 8)


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Re: Newcastle Predictions

by urz13 » 17 Jan 2013 20:11

1000 sold. Fantastic effort

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Re: Newcastle Predictions

by bobby1413 » 17 Jan 2013 20:19

urz13 1000 sold. Fantastic effort


That's pretty darn good

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Re: Newcastle Predictions

by Royal91 » 18 Jan 2013 22:40

http://aggbot.com/Reading-News/article/18778782

Pardew is a w*nker. Reading's gamesmanship. Yeh Pog goes over easy, but like oxf*rd he's in the same league as Saurez.

Where was your gamesmanship when that twat Ba punched the ball in the net for your lucky equaliser.

For that reason I hope Pog dives in the 95th min and gets a contentious penalty, for Alf to then smash home. 2-1 Reading
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Re: Newcastle Predictions

by SPARTA » 18 Jan 2013 22:59

I didn't see that kunt complain about Ba's hand of nob goal.


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Re: Newcastle Predictions

by jellytot » 18 Jan 2013 23:15

We are short on quality as usual. Hope NU play poorly. If so we may get a reault with a lot of luck..again!

Personally think we will get beat 2-0. We need to sign more in midfield or out wide. Much more
Quality too.
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Re: Newcastle Predictions

by Royal Ginger » 18 Jan 2013 23:17

I'm sorry, but how can you disagree with him? Yeah sure he's our player, sure he's a good finisher, i like the guy, but he's a 6'+ man mountain who falls down easier than a drunken toddler on roller-skates.

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Re: Newcastle Predictions

by SCIAG » 18 Jan 2013 23:26

I don't think Pog is remotely that bad. Certainly nowhere near Roberts (who is an expert at drawing fouls), or Le Fondre for that matter. I think it's just Pards trying to put pressure on the referee.

I quite fancy us for a win, we've had some good results so are going to be pushing for more, whereas Newcastle are in a bit of a downward spiral right now with a lot of players unavailable. Players like Williamson, Perch and Ameobi wouldn't be getting in our side.

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Re: Newcastle Predictions

by Royal Ginger » 18 Jan 2013 23:42

SCIAG I don't think Pog is remotely that bad. Certainly nowhere near Roberts (who is an expert at drawing fouls), or Le Fondre for that matter. I think it's just Pards trying to put pressure on the referee.

I quite fancy us for a win, we've had some good results so are going to be pushing for more, whereas Newcastle are in a bit of a downward spiral right now with a lot of players unavailable. Players like Williamson, Perch and Ameobi wouldn't be getting in our side.


Bollox, he's on his arse every time there isn't an immediately obvious pass, it's the second most frustrating part of his game (after his inability to jump more than an inch off the floor). He just doesn't wave his arms and scream the place down like Roberts does.


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Re: Newcastle Predictions

by akranes » 19 Jan 2013 00:12

Ok. My prediction 2-1 Reading. Pog, Alf.

I know we are outclassed every game but we all need to be up for this. We aren't our god damn place in this league and we're going to have to fight until the very to death to keep OUR place in this league. We deserve to be here right now, and whether we spent enough or not enough, we CAN stay up.

Put in a performance, and we'll be happy I'm sure. We should of beat Newcastle last time round and they've just got worse and worse from there! Remembering last year, feeling sentiment and pride. Let's not do what Saints have done. Let's not have any such reason to do so.

LETS oxf*rd WIN THIS.

Also... let's get that Ledge from last year.

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Re: Newcastle Predictions

by scumbag » 19 Jan 2013 04:36

1-1 Pog

I'm up and ready for the mammoth journey up to the toon, come on you royals! :twisted:

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Re: Newcastle Predictions

by The Royal » 19 Jan 2013 08:13

Anyone else see pardew interview about the pog, basically calling him a cheat and diver, what a prick. A pog penalty today will be great

http://m.guardian.co.uk/football/2013/j ... mesmanship

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Re: Newcastle Predictions

by urz13 » 19 Jan 2013 08:59

The Royal Anyone else see pardew interview about the pog, basically calling him a cheat and diver, what a prick. A pog penalty today will be great

http://m.guardian.co.uk/football/2013/j ... mesmanship

Read the thread.

Although Pog goes down easily I wouldn't say he dives, it's only when there's contact with few options available to him that he goes down and if that wins us a crucial free kick then I couldn't care a jot

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Re: Newcastle Predictions

by The Royal » 19 Jan 2013 09:04

I can't see Wigan or Villa winning today, so a win for us will move us out of the bottom 3

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Re: Newcastle Predictions

by LightwaterRoyal » 19 Jan 2013 09:11

Will McDermott keep faith in Carriço? Id like to think he will but not sure if its the right thing to do.

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Re: Newcastle Predictions

by AbovetheI » 19 Jan 2013 09:13

5-2 Newcastle

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