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Thread: Neil Warnock's fanny pack

  1. #41

    Re: Neil Warnock's fanny pack

    Quote Originally Posted by Citizen's Nephew View Post
    I totally agree. Wonderful football. I agree with the rest of your post except the Old Trafford result. But, in a futile attempt to keep this about football as the thread is going off-piste somewhat - here's something to smile (or cry) over. The real highlight (not shown) was seeing John Terry rip his Aston Villa shirt off in anger as he went down the tunnel. Ah, the memories.

    We played excellent football until it looked like promotion was on the cards, then Warnock reverted to type and had us grind out results. The third in the 3-1 win over Leeds was a lovely passing move

  2. #42

    Re: Neil Warnock's fanny pack

    Quote Originally Posted by City123 View Post
    We played excellent football until it looked like promotion was on the cards, then Warnock reverted to type and had us grind out results. The third in the 3-1 win over Leeds was a lovely passing move
    And that was fine in the end as he got us to that hallowed promotion. But then should have been ruthlessly dumped. I'll only remember him for getting us relegated and negating the promotion. But worse than that, not having any clue whatsoever as to how to manage a team in the Premier League - even after all his years of football - which has moved on at the higher levels, whilst he has stayed still. He was awful as a PL manager.

    Even though I loathe the PL I understand that as a club we should have done everything possible to stay there (having learned lessons from the first promotion). We didn't. We were too much in awe of Warnock at CCFC. Staying up was vital. I fear it'll be a long time before we get the chance again.

    I loved that Leeds match though. Haven't seen football like that at City since then.

  3. #43

    Re: Neil Warnock's fanny pack

    Quote Originally Posted by J R Hartley View Post
    Let it go over your head. He feels the need to comment on every single thread. Quantity not quality springs to mind.
    I have quality in my pants

    What about you ? X

  4. #44

    Re: Neil Warnock's fanny pack

    Quote Originally Posted by dembethewarrior View Post
    I found an insult funny. How dare I.

    Christ, this board at times. How dare we have fun or laugh at things we find funny.

    You're good at making a mountain out of a mole hill aren't you.
    Child abuse isn't at all funny

    You and the other clown like a laugh 😅

    Good luck with that

  5. #45

    Re: Neil Warnock's fanny pack

    Quote Originally Posted by SLUDGE FACTORY View Post
    Child abuse isn't at all funny

    You and the other clown like a laugh 😅

    Good luck with that
    You’re wasted on this forum. You should be on speakers corner. Enlightening a bigger audience with your pearls of wisdom. Either that or put your talent to good use and cure insomnia.

  6. #46

    Re: Neil Warnock's fanny pack

    Quote Originally Posted by J R Hartley View Post
    You’re wasted on this forum. You should be on speakers corner. Enlightening a bigger audience with your pearls of wisdom. Either that or put your talent to good use and cure insomnia.
    Howdy sexy valley boyo

  7. #47

    Re: Neil Warnock's fanny pack

    Quote Originally Posted by J R Hartley View Post
    Let it go over your head. He feels the need to comment on every single thread. Quantity not quality springs to mind.
    Seems to post be following me around, I haven't interacted with him since coming back it's all been from his end.

    Yet he doesn't want me posting on the board.

    Don't worry I can see through his cheap attempt at a wind up, thinks he's goading me from the shadows and I don't know what he's doing.

    This board is his life. Sad man.

  8. #48

    Re: Neil Warnock's fanny pack

    Quote Originally Posted by SLUDGE FACTORY View Post
    Child abuse isn't at all funny

    You and the other clown like a laugh 😅

    Good luck with that
    Not that I didn't quote the whole post. Just the 2 word insult I found funny.

    Have a day off for **** sake.

    I've got a teenage daughter. Why would I find child abuse funny. Again with making a mountain out of a mole hill. Put me on ignore or just deal with my presence in silence, either way **** off 👍

  9. #49

    Re: Neil Warnock's fanny pack

    Quote Originally Posted by dembethewarrior View Post
    Not that I didn't quote the whole post. Just the 2 word insult I found funny.

    Have a day off for **** sake.

    I've got a teenage daughter. Why would I find child abuse funny. Again with making a mountain out of a mole hill. Put me on ignore or just deal with my presence in silence, either way **** off 👍
    Hard man

  10. #50

    Re: Neil Warnock's fanny pack

    Quote Originally Posted by dembethewarrior View Post
    Seems to post be following me around, I haven't interacted with him since coming back it's all been from his end.

    Yet he doesn't want me posting on the board.

    Don't worry I can see through his cheap attempt at a wind up, thinks he's goading me from the shadows and I don't know what he's doing.

    This board is his life. Sad man.
    Well that's bollocks as you know

    Why did you vanish ?

    You are as yellow as Chinese curry sauce 😋

  11. #51

    Re: Neil Warnock's fanny pack

    Quote Originally Posted by SLUDGE FACTORY View Post
    Well that's bollocks as you know

    Why did you vanish ?

    You are as yellow as Chinese curry sauce 😋
    That would be personal, and the fact I haven't answered in more than one attempt should signal you won't get a reply.

  12. #52

    Re: Neil Warnock's fanny pack

    Quote Originally Posted by dembethewarrior View Post
    That would be personal, and the fact I haven't answered in more than one attempt should signal you won't get a reply.
    You have just given me one

    That's all I need

    Xx

  13. #53

    Re: Neil Warnock's fanny pack

    Quote Originally Posted by Citizen's Nephew View Post
    And that was fine in the end as he got us to that hallowed promotion. But then should have been ruthlessly dumped. I'll only remember him for getting us relegated and negating the promotion. But worse than that, not having any clue whatsoever as to how to manage a team in the Premier League - even after all his years of football - which has moved on at the higher levels, whilst he has stayed still. He was awful as a PL manager.

    Even though I loathe the PL I understand that as a club we should have done everything possible to stay there (having learned lessons from the first promotion). We didn't. We were too much in awe of Warnock at CCFC. Staying up was vital. I fear it'll be a long time before we get the chance again.

    I loved that Leeds match though. Haven't seen football like that at City since then.
    What club would ‘ruthlessly dump’ a manager who had just got them into the Premier League automatically against all the odds and predictions and by spending very little money. Also, you do realise that we only went down by two points and we were actually above two other teams, one of which was the much revered (on this board anyway) paragon of attractive football virtuosity, Fulham, whose goal scoring and goal conceding record was much inferior to ours. No doubt you thought that their managers at the time (Jokanivic, Ranieri and Parker) were all tactically brilliant, forward thinking and should have been practicing their art here, instead of being totally out of their depth at Fulham and dragging the team down with their stupid team selections and tactics. PS. We actually nearly and could have gone back up in 2019/2020 but perhaps you missed that as well.

  14. #54

    Re: Neil Warnock's fanny pack

    Quote Originally Posted by dml1954 View Post
    What club would ‘ruthlessly dump’ a manager who had just got them into the Premier League automatically against all the odds and predictions and by spending very little money. Also, you do realise that we only went down by two points and we were actually above two other teams, one of which was the much revered (on this board anyway) paragon of attractive football virtuosity, Fulham, whose goal scoring and goal conceding record was much inferior to ours. No doubt you thought that their managers at the time (Jokanivic, Ranieri and Parker) were all tactically brilliant, forward thinking and should have been practicing their art here, instead of being totally out of their depth at Fulham and dragging the team down with their stupid team selections and tactics. PS. We actually nearly and could have gone back up in 2019/2020 but perhaps you missed that as well.
    Try hard.

  15. #55

    Re: Neil Warnock's fanny pack

    Quote Originally Posted by dml1954 View Post
    What club would ‘ruthlessly dump’ a manager who had just got them into the Premier League automatically against all the odds and predictions and by spending very little money. Also, you do realise that we only went down by two points and we were actually above two other teams, one of which was the much revered (on this board anyway) paragon of attractive football virtuosity, Fulham, whose goal scoring and goal conceding record was much inferior to ours. No doubt you thought that their managers at the time (Jokanivic, Ranieri and Parker) were all tactically brilliant, forward thinking and should have been practicing their art here, instead of being totally out of their depth at Fulham and dragging the team down with their stupid team selections and tactics. PS. We actually nearly and could have gone back up in 2019/2020 but perhaps you missed that as well.
    Good post.

    It was clear that Tan wanted PL status on the cheap.
    NW by some miracle got us promoted with relatively no outlay and VT thought we could sneak survival with what we had.

    It very nearly worked.

    Do people really believe that Warnock should have been dumped upon gaining promotion and that whoever replaced him would do a better job, with Warnock's team and pretty much no budget?

    It is true that some players were given contracts possibly better than they warranted but hindsight, as they say, is a wonderful thing.

    It was a shame the way his time here ended, especially with the Emiliano Sala tragedy having a profound effect on him personally.

    His time was up but overall, I believe Warnock's tenure at Cardiff City should be looked upon as a success.

  16. #56

    Re: Neil Warnock's fanny pack

    Quote Originally Posted by dml1954 View Post
    What club would ‘ruthlessly dump’ a manager who had just got them into the Premier League automatically against all the odds and predictions and by spending very little money. Also, you do realise that we only went down by two points and we were actually above two other teams, one of which was the much revered (on this board anyway) paragon of attractive football virtuosity, Fulham, whose goal scoring and goal conceding record was much inferior to ours. No doubt you thought that their managers at the time (Jokanivic, Ranieri and Parker) were all tactically brilliant, forward thinking and should have been practicing their art here, instead of being totally out of their depth at Fulham and dragging the team down with their stupid team selections and tactics. PS. We actually nearly and could have gone back up in 2019/2020 but perhaps you missed that as well.
    You wrote all that just for me?! I guess we've all got to try and get our thrills wherever we can and if posting another homo-erotic, Warnock-worshipping, wall-of-text w*nk-fest is your way of getting off then knock yourself out.

    Oh, and here's a pro-tip. This is how you use paragraphs.

  17. #57

    Re: Neil Warnock's fanny pack

    Quote Originally Posted by Citizen's Nephew View Post
    You wrote all that just for me?! I guess we've all got to try and get our thrills wherever we can and if posting another homo-erotic, Warnock-worshipping, wall-of-text w*nk-fest is your way of getting off then knock yourself out.

    Oh, and here's a pro-tip. This is how you use paragraphs.
    Bad post.

  18. #58

    Re: Neil Warnock's fanny pack

    Quote Originally Posted by MacAdder View Post
    Good post.

    It was clear that Tan wanted PL status on the cheap.
    NW by some miracle got us promoted with relatively no outlay and VT thought we could sneak survival with what we had.

    It very nearly worked.

    Do people really believe that Warnock should have been dumped upon gaining promotion and that whoever replaced him would do a better job, with Warnock's team and pretty much no budget?

    It is true that some players were given contracts possibly better than they warranted but hindsight, as they say, is a wonderful thing.

    It was a shame the way his time here ended, especially with the Emiliano Sala tragedy having a profound effect on him personally.

    I believe Warnock's tenure at Cardiff City should be looked upon as a success.
    OK then. We'll just pretend the relegation never happened. I see where this going.

    Guys, I'm done with this one. It's a waste of valuable time and energy.

  19. #59

    Re: Neil Warnock's fanny pack

    Quote Originally Posted by MacAdder View Post
    Bad post.
    You're right. I will apologise.

  20. #60

    Re: Neil Warnock's fanny pack

    Quote Originally Posted by dml1954 View Post
    What club would ‘ruthlessly dump’ a manager who had just got them into the Premier League automatically against all the odds and predictions and by spending very little money. Also, you do realise that we only went down by two points and we were actually above two other teams, one of which was the much revered (on this board anyway) paragon of attractive football virtuosity, Fulham, whose goal scoring and goal conceding record was much inferior to ours. No doubt you thought that their managers at the time (Jokanivic, Ranieri and Parker) were all tactically brilliant, forward thinking and should have been practicing their art here, instead of being totally out of their depth at Fulham and dragging the team down with their stupid team selections and tactics. PS. We actually nearly and could have gone back up in 2019/2020 but perhaps you missed that as well.
    I replied to you earlier very rudely. I unreservedly apologise. It's not how I want to be or conduct myself. We can disagree but it doesn't warrant the kind of response I posted.

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