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Yep. All they said on MOTD is that David Moyes is the offside expert. Evidently he was today, but I would have like to have heard some analysis or punditry on the actual game...
See, because I don't drink, I'm always clear-headed and every other word I speak is one of wisdom... Right guys? Guys?
Why? Everything they come out with on MOTD is complete bollocks. The best thing they could do on that show is all keep quiet and concentrate on throwing stuff at that idiot Lawrenson.If every other word is wise, then I would give us either:See I drink always headed every word speak one wisdom... guys?or because don't I'm clear and other I is of Right Guys?I think the one that includes "See I drink always" would be the wisest choice.
it's out there mate, if you can get on UKnova that's where I got it from.On the subject of the goal, I'm glad that it was a legit goal, I hate winning games based off a bad referee decision. It also means we're still due a bit of luck from Saha's disallowed goal at Birmingham.
I love this theory
it's out there mate, if you can get on UKnova that's where I got it from.
I despise it. We will NEVER get a return on all the luck lost.The only way we could ever say 'swings and roundabouts' about this season is if all the injured players returned, we got invested in by the world's first Trillionaire (who was also a bluenose), Duncan Ferguson reversed the ageing process and came back for us, Kenwright and Rafa fell down a manhole, we got a new stadium with more seats than Stephen Fry has brain cells and Louis Saha decided to stay. So, I'm not holding my breath...
If we had a trillionaire, why the hell would we need Ferguson back? We'd be able to buy good players.
Did you watch the Chelsea game. Did you not see 2 of the flukiest goals ever? Even Yak's goal was fortuitous
Doesn't matter. That draw gave us confidence. A 3-0 or 3-1 drubbing could of knocked confidence back furthur.
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