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Muzzle

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Takeover sounds like it will finally happen. get rid of Anderson, get rid of Parkinson and then see if a new manager can put up a better fight of it till the end of the season
 

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Takeover sounds like it will finally happen. get rid of Anderson, get rid of Parkinson and then see if a new manager can put up a better fight of it till the end of the season
Warburton (DoF) & David Weir as manager?

Weir would seem a dodgy appointment, would prefer Warburton.
 

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Warburton (DoF) & David Weir as manager?

Weir would seem a dodgy appointment, would prefer Warburton.
Same here, I guess we won't find out till weekend, but hopefully could be a new leaf turned over by next week.....maybe
 

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What error? Screenshot please.
I'll save and send next time, it just tells me the website is currently offline and that generally lasts 2 or 3 days, and then it works again. It is not my PC settings, server etc, definately an error on the website server
 

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Manager of the month

Steve Bruce (Sheffield Wednesday)

Wednesday had to wait for him to take charge at Hillsborough but it was certainly worth the delay. Batteries fully charged, Bruce inspired his new team to 12 points from six unbeaten games, which included four clean sheets.

Daniel Farke (Norwich City)

A 3-1 win at title rivals Leeds set the tone for another breathless month of entertainment from his side, which included a 3-2 comeback win over Bristol City and a sweeping 4-0 victory at Bolton. It all added up to 12 points from five games.

Alex Neil (Preston North End)

Unlucky not to have been nominated before, Neil has improved his side month on month. He then enriched it with some astute January signings. With 11 more points from five unbeaten games, the play-offs may be within reach.

Chris Wilder (Sheffield United)

Fixtures against Aston Villa, Middlesbrough and West Brom suggested a tricky month, yet Wilder and his men swept away all before them with conviction. A haul of 13 points from a possible 15 and four clean sheets lifted them into the top two.


Player of the Month


Che Adams (Birmingham City) - striker

Always a talent, Adams has added consistency, work rate and team play to his game this season. Add in a February tally of six goals in five games which featured two individual efforts against Blackburn and a hat-trick at QPR.

Said Benrahma (Brentford) - midfielder

Dancing feet, audacity, imagination and vision. The Algerian showcased all his talents in February, contributing four goals and four assists in five games. The highlight was a breathtaking, impudent hat-trick of finishes against Hull.

Ben Davies (Preston North End) – central defender

The Preston youth product reads the game well and has forged a superb partnership with Jordan Storey as North End conceded just three goals in five matches. Comfortable in possession, he also powered home a header against Norwich.

Teemu Pukki (Norwich City) - striker

Has there been a better free agent signing this decade? Contributed six more goals and two assists to Norwich’s promotion drive, using his predatory instincts at Leeds and delightful touch and vision to lob home against Bolton.
 

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So Wolves lost £57million last season in the Championship.
A staggering abuse of FFP.
They were clearly bringing in players they could not afford.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/47453599
Probably the wrong question to ask as I am a QPR fan, but what is the punishment likely to be for this?

I know its points deductions and embargo if you stay in the league but if you are out of it then do you just get a fine?
 

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Probably the wrong question to ask as I am a QPR fan, but what is the punishment likely to be for this?

I know its points deductions and embargo if you stay in the league but if you are out of it then do you just get a fine?
Aren't we still waiting for Bournemouth to be done for the year they got promoted? Seems the benefits of getting it right far outweigh the punishment (which doesn't seem to happen).
 

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That was under the old FFP though, so there is a bit of a difference but I think they got a fine and paid it straight away.
 

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Manager of the month

Steve Bruce (Sheffield Wednesday)

Wednesday had to wait for him to take charge at Hillsborough but it was certainly worth the delay. Batteries fully charged, Bruce inspired his new team to 12 points from six unbeaten games, which included four clean sheets.

Daniel Farke (Norwich City)

A 3-1 win at title rivals Leeds set the tone for another breathless month of entertainment from his side, which included a 3-2 comeback win over Bristol City and a sweeping 4-0 victory at Bolton. It all added up to 12 points from five games.

Alex Neil (Preston North End)

Unlucky not to have been nominated before, Neil has improved his side month on month. He then enriched it with some astute January signings. With 11 more points from five unbeaten games, the play-offs may be within reach.

Chris Wilder (Sheffield United)

Fixtures against Aston Villa, Middlesbrough and West Brom suggested a tricky month, yet Wilder and his men swept away all before them with conviction. A haul of 13 points from a possible 15 and four clean sheets lifted them into the top two.


Player of the Month


Che Adams (Birmingham City) - striker

Always a talent, Adams has added consistency, work rate and team play to his game this season. Add in a February tally of six goals in five games which featured two individual efforts against Blackburn and a hat-trick at QPR.

Said Benrahma (Brentford) - midfielder

Dancing feet, audacity, imagination and vision. The Algerian showcased all his talents in February, contributing four goals and four assists in five games. The highlight was a breathtaking, impudent hat-trick of finishes against Hull.

Ben Davies (Preston North End) – central defender

The Preston youth product reads the game well and has forged a superb partnership with Jordan Storey as North End conceded just three goals in five matches. Comfortable in possession, he also powered home a header against Norwich.

Teemu Pukki (Norwich City) - striker

Has there been a better free agent signing this decade? Contributed six more goals and two assists to Norwich’s promotion drive, using his predatory instincts at Leeds and delightful touch and vision to lob home against Bolton.
Wilder and Adams.

Genuinely surprised it wasn’t Benrahma, he was unplayable this month, and some of his finishes were insane.

Utd have had a great month, deserved win for Wilder.
 

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Ben Davies has been class but defenders rarely win unless they have a freak goal scoring month.

Our best centre back since Youl Mawene imo.
 

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shit ground, shit fans, scummy stewards... I could go on and on.
Hope the c*** are hit heavily and end up relegated. Absolute shit stain of a club, probably on par with Millwall


Then you have the inbred wankers phoning up talksport , crying "it was only one fan, he doesn't represent us" :ffs: *whole ground cheered


and the c*** of a steward

https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/foot...100319&utm_source=Facebook#Echobox=1552226134
 

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