Phil Parkinson is waiting.

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Re: Phil Parkinson is waiting.

by Royalwaster » 05 Sep 2019 16:44

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karbota Facts, back in 106 our record breaking season we had an English manager, English Chairman and a majority English/ British squad.
The last time we were promoted in 2011-2012 we had an English manager, English Chairman and a majority English /British squad.


Who let Dim Tellor on here? Clearly we won't survive in the Championship with a Portuguese Manager and all his Portuguese coaches who know nothing about Championship Football, not to mention (well only every so often) the Chinese owners!


It'll all get better after Brexit ... no more useless foreign managers and players coming over here and showing us how to play good football. Yeah go back home Guardiaola to where you came from - I'd rather have an Allardice or Warnock in charge of my team than a fancy boy like you! :D

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Re: Phil Parkinson is waiting.

by karbota » 05 Sep 2019 20:15

2 world wars, 1 world cup i britain 2 b about british too

no more muslamic ray guns

no more forren people

good english people like mr majeski, or however u spell dat polish word


Do you mean our Sir John Madejski, born Robert John Hurst to British English parents and of absolutely no Polish extraction.

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Re: Phil Parkinson is waiting.

by 2 world wars, 1 world cup » 06 Sep 2019 02:24

karbota
2 world wars, 1 world cup i britain 2 b about british too

no more muslamic ray guns

no more forren people

good english people like mr majeski, or however u spell dat polish word


Do you mean our Sir John Madejski, born Robert John Hurst to British English parents and of absolutely no Polish extraction.


:lol: You mean the jizz on a one night stand was of English origin. But his dad, the one who married his mum, took him from the children's home and raised him as his son and made him what he is was a Polish man. He wore this Polish name of his Polish dad with pride and it is emblazoned across the stadium in his honour.

Fair point about the jizz though. We can make jizz.
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Re: Phil Parkinson is waiting.

by karbota » 06 Sep 2019 04:44

2 world wars, 1 world cup
karbota
2 world wars, 1 world cup i britain 2 b about british too

no more muslamic ray guns

no more forren people

good english people like mr majeski, or however u spell dat polish word


Do you mean our Sir John Madejski, born Robert John Hurst to British English parents and of absolutely no Polish extraction.


:lol: You mean the jizz on a one night stand was of English origin. But his dad, the one who married his mum, took him from the children's home and raised him as his son and made him what he is was a Polish man. He wore this Polish name of his Polish dad with pride and it is emblazoned across the stadium in his honour.

Fair point about the jizz though. We can make jizz.
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Crudely put ( are you sober?) , you now agree his parents were British his Stepfather was Polish ?, no shame in being wrong.
Fact is our ex Chairman is British , thank you.

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Re: Phil Parkinson is waiting.

by sandman » 06 Sep 2019 10:42

Poor little Karbota, what a sad life.



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Re: Phil Parkinson is waiting.

by Tilehurstsouthbank » 06 Sep 2019 13:22

karbota
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Do you mean our Sir John Madejski, born Robert John Hurst to British English parents and of absolutely no Polish extraction.


:lol: You mean the jizz on a one night stand was of English origin. But his dad, the one who married his mum, took him from the children's home and raised him as his son and made him what he is was a Polish man. He wore this Polish name of his Polish dad with pride and it is emblazoned across the stadium in his honour.

Fair point about the jizz though. We can make jizz.
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Crudely put ( are you sober?) , you now agree his parents were British his Stepfather was Polish ?, no shame in being wrong.
Fact is our ex Chairman is British , thank you.


Calm down Farage.

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Re: Phil Parkinson is waiting.

by 2 world wars, 1 world cup » 06 Sep 2019 17:01

karbota
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Do you mean our Sir John Madejski, born Robert John Hurst to British English parents and of absolutely no Polish extraction.


:lol: You mean the jizz on a one night stand was of English origin. But his dad, the one who married his mum, took him from the children's home and raised him as his son and made him what he is was a Polish man. He wore this Polish name of his Polish dad with pride and it is emblazoned across the stadium in his honour.

Fair point about the jizz though. We can make jizz.
.


Crudely put ( are you sober?) , you now agree his parents were British his Stepfather was Polish ?, no shame in being wrong.
Fact is our ex Chairman is British , thank you.


:lol:

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Re: Phil Parkinson is waiting.

by Snowflake Royal » 07 Sep 2019 13:53

karbota Facts, back in 106 our record breaking season we had an English manager, English Chairman and a majority English/ British squad.
The last time we were promoted in 2011-2012 we had an English manager, English Chairman and a majority English /British squad.

Not sure I remember all the squad players and everyone's nationality, in 2006 but it must be a pretty close call on squad proportion. Same with 2012

Owner wasn't English in 12 either.

And none of it matters a damn anyway. British isn't automatically better.

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Re: Phil Parkinson is waiting.

by karbota » 07 Sep 2019 15:19

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karbota Facts, back in 106 our record breaking season we had an English manager, English Chairman and a majority English/ British squad.
The last time we were promoted in 2011-2012 we had an English manager, English Chairman and a majority English /British squad.

Not sure I remember all the squad players and everyone's nationality, in 2006 but it must be a pretty close call on squad proportion. Same with 2012

Owner wasn't English in 12 either.

And none of it matters a damn anyway. British isn't automatically better.


Read all of the thread, do some research, then make a sensible post.


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