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Emotional Pritchard apologises to squad for sending off

Swindon Advertiser: Alex Pritchard shove on Wade Elliot that earned the Town loan star a red card Alex Pritchard shove on Wade Elliot that earned the Town loan star a red card

MARK Cooper has revealed that Alex Pritchard was close to tears as he apologised to his Swindon Town teammates after being sent off in the weekend derby against Bristol City.

Pritchard was dismissed by referee Trevor Kettle in the 55th minute of the clash at Ashton Gate after lashing out at Wade Elliott.

In his absence, Town battled to a point from a goalless draw and at the end of the game Cooper said Pritchard waited to speak to each of the Robins players individually. And, according to the Swindon boss, who is set to fine the Spurs loanee for his actions, he had a tear in his eye.

“It’s not the time for me to castigate Alex in front of the players but he waited by the changing room door and apologised to every player, apologised and shook their hands and was nearly in tears,” Cooper told the Advertiser.

“He knows what he’s done and hopefully he’ll learn from it.

“He took two really heavy tackles – one in the first half and one for the incident – but you can’t react like that. He’s such a good player that people target him and he can’t react like that.

“He’s very contrite and I’m sure he’ll learn from it.”

The incident which led to Pritchard’s sending-off was almost identical to a flashpoint in Town’s 4-1 home defeat to Wolves on Tuesday night, when Bakary Sako pushed Raphael Rossi Branco to the floor, only to be issued with a yellow card.

Though Cooper had no complaints that Pritchard was given his marching orders, he spoke of his frustration at the inconsistency of the two decisions.

“That is the thing that absolutely drives you potty as a manager – you see exactly the same when Sako pushes Branco over and spits in his face and he stays on the pitch,” he said.

“Alex has got frustrated with a nasty tackle and pushes the lad in the chest and he gets a red card. It’s disappointing.”

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6:37am Mon 17 Mar 14

dazzastfc says...

It looked like he was laughing when he was shown the red card
It looked like he was laughing when he was shown the red card dazzastfc
  • Score: -33

7:48am Mon 17 Mar 14

Is that you Lovesey says...

He probably was laughing Darren, at the fact that he got the card yet none of the three hard tackles on him even got a yellow, that said it was a stupid sending off one which had it happened to us we would have expected the sending off as well.
He probably was laughing Darren, at the fact that he got the card yet none of the three hard tackles on him even got a yellow, that said it was a stupid sending off one which had it happened to us we would have expected the sending off as well. Is that you Lovesey
  • Score: 20

7:48am Mon 17 Mar 14

LionelHutz says...

dazzastfc wrote:
It looked like he was laughing when he was shown the red card
Idiot.
[quote][p][bold]dazzastfc[/bold] wrote: It looked like he was laughing when he was shown the red card[/p][/quote]Idiot. LionelHutz
  • Score: 19

9:15am Mon 17 Mar 14

Cleuso says...

OK.... So whilst no one is likely to condone his action, you only have to look at the fracas in the Orient and Brentford game where both McCormack and Donaldson for Brentford pushed opposition players physically in the chest and their sanction..absolutely not even a card....even though raising your hands to another player is SUPPOSED to result in a sending off.

Alex had been tripped many times dutring the game as soon as he went past players..no wonder the City manager substituted two players already on bookings for those offences..he knew they were on a knife edge of staying on. If the referee had cautioned City players for the first trips on Alex during the game, like he did the Thompsons for their first fouls then City wouldn't have finished with 11 players either
OK.... So whilst no one is likely to condone his action, you only have to look at the fracas in the Orient and Brentford game where both McCormack and Donaldson for Brentford pushed opposition players physically in the chest and their sanction..absolutely not even a card....even though raising your hands to another player is SUPPOSED to result in a sending off. Alex had been tripped many times dutring the game as soon as he went past players..no wonder the City manager substituted two players already on bookings for those offences..he knew they were on a knife edge of staying on. If the referee had cautioned City players for the first trips on Alex during the game, like he did the Thompsons for their first fouls then City wouldn't have finished with 11 players either Cleuso
  • Score: 12

9:55am Mon 17 Mar 14

jfmorty says...

8 yellows and a red so far this season, and he hasn't made a tackle yet. He leaves his team with ten players away at City in a game we could have won. He will have missed at least 4 games through suspension this season. Speaks for itself, doesn't it?
8 yellows and a red so far this season, and he hasn't made a tackle yet. He leaves his team with ten players away at City in a game we could have won. He will have missed at least 4 games through suspension this season. Speaks for itself, doesn't it? jfmorty
  • Score: -5

11:33am Mon 17 Mar 14

Oi Den! says...

Cleuso wrote:
OK.... So whilst no one is likely to condone his action, you only have to look at the fracas in the Orient and Brentford game where both McCormack and Donaldson for Brentford pushed opposition players physically in the chest and their sanction..absolutely not even a card....even though raising your hands to another player is SUPPOSED to result in a sending off.

Alex had been tripped many times dutring the game as soon as he went past players..no wonder the City manager substituted two players already on bookings for those offences..he knew they were on a knife edge of staying on. If the referee had cautioned City players for the first trips on Alex during the game, like he did the Thompsons for their first fouls then City wouldn't have finished with 11 players either
"Raising your hands to another player is supposed to result in a sending off. "
Cleuso, I know that one gets trotted out on the telly all the time but it's not true. Raising your hands is not amongst the sending off offences. Cooper all but admitted that Branco went to ground in an effort to cause trouble for the Wolves player, who had barely touched him. Pritchard pushed the City player hard in the chest. There is a difference. A hard push in the chest could amount to violent conduct. Raising your hands without any force surely can't be violent conduct, can it?

This constant demand for consistency is all very well but only if the incidents being compared are the same.

I'd rather see players sent off for trying to con the ref than because the dare to raise their hands to chest level.
[quote][p][bold]Cleuso[/bold] wrote: OK.... So whilst no one is likely to condone his action, you only have to look at the fracas in the Orient and Brentford game where both McCormack and Donaldson for Brentford pushed opposition players physically in the chest and their sanction..absolutely not even a card....even though raising your hands to another player is SUPPOSED to result in a sending off. Alex had been tripped many times dutring the game as soon as he went past players..no wonder the City manager substituted two players already on bookings for those offences..he knew they were on a knife edge of staying on. If the referee had cautioned City players for the first trips on Alex during the game, like he did the Thompsons for their first fouls then City wouldn't have finished with 11 players either[/p][/quote]"Raising your hands to another player is supposed to result in a sending off. " Cleuso, I know that one gets trotted out on the telly all the time but it's not true. Raising your hands is not amongst the sending off offences. Cooper all but admitted that Branco went to ground in an effort to cause trouble for the Wolves player, who had barely touched him. Pritchard pushed the City player hard in the chest. There is a difference. A hard push in the chest could amount to violent conduct. Raising your hands without any force surely can't be violent conduct, can it? This constant demand for consistency is all very well but only if the incidents being compared are the same. I'd rather see players sent off for trying to con the ref than because the dare to raise their hands to chest level. Oi Den!
  • Score: -8

11:35am Mon 17 Mar 14

Oi Den! says...

Sorry Cleuso, I know it was Cooper comparing those two incidents, not you. The general point still applies though.
Sorry Cleuso, I know it was Cooper comparing those two incidents, not you. The general point still applies though. Oi Den!
  • Score: -4

11:38am Mon 17 Mar 14

the wizard says...

If he wants to learn how to take tackles and move on then he should join up with Lancasters Lads who take them by the minute and move on.

Makes me wonder how much some of these guys are wrapped in cotton wool during their Academy days. Surely some sort of temperament training should take place.

On the other hand quite often a dismissal such as this galvanizes the team and they become more resolute . He certainly owes his team mates. Look forward now to Storey being incorporated into the team and taking his chance to shine. If ever there was a golden opportunity then now is that time, by his age Rooney was banging the goals in, a page out of that book would be very welcome all round right now. Go for it Miles.
If he wants to learn how to take tackles and move on then he should join up with Lancasters Lads who take them by the minute and move on. Makes me wonder how much some of these guys are wrapped in cotton wool during their Academy days. Surely some sort of temperament training should take place. On the other hand quite often a dismissal such as this galvanizes the team and they become more resolute . He certainly owes his team mates. Look forward now to Storey being incorporated into the team and taking his chance to shine. If ever there was a golden opportunity then now is that time, by his age Rooney was banging the goals in, a page out of that book would be very welcome all round right now. Go for it Miles. the wizard
  • Score: 3

12:51pm Mon 17 Mar 14

Wilesy says...

Oi Den! wrote:
Cleuso wrote:
OK.... So whilst no one is likely to condone his action, you only have to look at the fracas in the Orient and Brentford game where both McCormack and Donaldson for Brentford pushed opposition players physically in the chest and their sanction..absolutely not even a card....even though raising your hands to another player is SUPPOSED to result in a sending off.

Alex had been tripped many times dutring the game as soon as he went past players..no wonder the City manager substituted two players already on bookings for those offences..he knew they were on a knife edge of staying on. If the referee had cautioned City players for the first trips on Alex during the game, like he did the Thompsons for their first fouls then City wouldn't have finished with 11 players either
"Raising your hands to another player is supposed to result in a sending off. "
Cleuso, I know that one gets trotted out on the telly all the time but it's not true. Raising your hands is not amongst the sending off offences. Cooper all but admitted that Branco went to ground in an effort to cause trouble for the Wolves player, who had barely touched him. Pritchard pushed the City player hard in the chest. There is a difference. A hard push in the chest could amount to violent conduct. Raising your hands without any force surely can't be violent conduct, can it?

This constant demand for consistency is all very well but only if the incidents being compared are the same.

I'd rather see players sent off for trying to con the ref than because the dare to raise their hands to chest level.
Yes this was the second poor foul on Pritchard and ref Kettle was in the process of reaching for his yellow. Look at the picture it sums up the situation perfectly with the ref not 2 yards away. The action deserved a red no question. Any player that dribbles as well as Pritchard will get tackled so he has to learn to control his temprement.

Consistency? You'll never get it while refs are human but it balances out by and large so we just have to accept it.
[quote][p][bold]Oi Den![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Cleuso[/bold] wrote: OK.... So whilst no one is likely to condone his action, you only have to look at the fracas in the Orient and Brentford game where both McCormack and Donaldson for Brentford pushed opposition players physically in the chest and their sanction..absolutely not even a card....even though raising your hands to another player is SUPPOSED to result in a sending off. Alex had been tripped many times dutring the game as soon as he went past players..no wonder the City manager substituted two players already on bookings for those offences..he knew they were on a knife edge of staying on. If the referee had cautioned City players for the first trips on Alex during the game, like he did the Thompsons for their first fouls then City wouldn't have finished with 11 players either[/p][/quote]"Raising your hands to another player is supposed to result in a sending off. " Cleuso, I know that one gets trotted out on the telly all the time but it's not true. Raising your hands is not amongst the sending off offences. Cooper all but admitted that Branco went to ground in an effort to cause trouble for the Wolves player, who had barely touched him. Pritchard pushed the City player hard in the chest. There is a difference. A hard push in the chest could amount to violent conduct. Raising your hands without any force surely can't be violent conduct, can it? This constant demand for consistency is all very well but only if the incidents being compared are the same. I'd rather see players sent off for trying to con the ref than because the dare to raise their hands to chest level.[/p][/quote]Yes this was the second poor foul on Pritchard and ref Kettle was in the process of reaching for his yellow. Look at the picture it sums up the situation perfectly with the ref not 2 yards away. The action deserved a red no question. Any player that dribbles as well as Pritchard will get tackled so he has to learn to control his temprement. Consistency? You'll never get it while refs are human but it balances out by and large so we just have to accept it. Wilesy
  • Score: 3

12:56pm Mon 17 Mar 14

harley red says...

This lad has talent but no brain the ref had no other option but to send him off , he won't learn his record is poor
This lad has talent but no brain the ref had no other option but to send him off , he won't learn his record is poor harley red
  • Score: -2

3:05pm Mon 17 Mar 14

Bassett Hound says...

Oi Den! wrote:
Cleuso wrote:
OK.... So whilst no one is likely to condone his action, you only have to look at the fracas in the Orient and Brentford game where both McCormack and Donaldson for Brentford pushed opposition players physically in the chest and their sanction..absolutely not even a card....even though raising your hands to another player is SUPPOSED to result in a sending off.

Alex had been tripped many times dutring the game as soon as he went past players..no wonder the City manager substituted two players already on bookings for those offences..he knew they were on a knife edge of staying on. If the referee had cautioned City players for the first trips on Alex during the game, like he did the Thompsons for their first fouls then City wouldn't have finished with 11 players either
"Raising your hands to another player is supposed to result in a sending off. "
Cleuso, I know that one gets trotted out on the telly all the time but it's not true. Raising your hands is not amongst the sending off offences. Cooper all but admitted that Branco went to ground in an effort to cause trouble for the Wolves player, who had barely touched him. Pritchard pushed the City player hard in the chest. There is a difference. A hard push in the chest could amount to violent conduct. Raising your hands without any force surely can't be violent conduct, can it?

This constant demand for consistency is all very well but only if the incidents being compared are the same.

I'd rather see players sent off for trying to con the ref than because the dare to raise their hands to chest level.
Of course there are calls for consistent decisions,there is nothing that winds up fans more. I am convinced we have suffered more this year with this problem. I think that many incidents are in fact very similar,but what then goes through the refs mind I cannot follow.

I also do not think this inconsistency evens out. You may get one decision go for you in a match that you are winning comfortably and does not make any difference to the result, but get the bad decision against you in an important game.

Den you say the Branco and Pritchard incident were different but what about the spitting ?
What card if any would you think should be given for this ?
[quote][p][bold]Oi Den![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Cleuso[/bold] wrote: OK.... So whilst no one is likely to condone his action, you only have to look at the fracas in the Orient and Brentford game where both McCormack and Donaldson for Brentford pushed opposition players physically in the chest and their sanction..absolutely not even a card....even though raising your hands to another player is SUPPOSED to result in a sending off. Alex had been tripped many times dutring the game as soon as he went past players..no wonder the City manager substituted two players already on bookings for those offences..he knew they were on a knife edge of staying on. If the referee had cautioned City players for the first trips on Alex during the game, like he did the Thompsons for their first fouls then City wouldn't have finished with 11 players either[/p][/quote]"Raising your hands to another player is supposed to result in a sending off. " Cleuso, I know that one gets trotted out on the telly all the time but it's not true. Raising your hands is not amongst the sending off offences. Cooper all but admitted that Branco went to ground in an effort to cause trouble for the Wolves player, who had barely touched him. Pritchard pushed the City player hard in the chest. There is a difference. A hard push in the chest could amount to violent conduct. Raising your hands without any force surely can't be violent conduct, can it? This constant demand for consistency is all very well but only if the incidents being compared are the same. I'd rather see players sent off for trying to con the ref than because the dare to raise their hands to chest level.[/p][/quote]Of course there are calls for consistent decisions,there is nothing that winds up fans more. I am convinced we have suffered more this year with this problem. I think that many incidents are in fact very similar,but what then goes through the refs mind I cannot follow. I also do not think this inconsistency evens out. You may get one decision go for you in a match that you are winning comfortably and does not make any difference to the result, but get the bad decision against you in an important game. Den you say the Branco and Pritchard incident were different but what about the spitting ? What card if any would you think should be given for this ? Bassett Hound
  • Score: 2

4:10pm Mon 17 Mar 14

Swindonian63 says...

dazzastfc wrote:
It looked like he was laughing when he was shown the red card
Cretin
[quote][p][bold]dazzastfc[/bold] wrote: It looked like he was laughing when he was shown the red card[/p][/quote]Cretin Swindonian63
  • Score: 1

4:47pm Mon 17 Mar 14

Pewsham Red says...

dazzastfc wrote:
It looked like he was laughing when he was shown the red card
Not sure why the stream of negatives for his comment as on telly you can see Pritchrd smile/grin/laugh. To be fair, I think it was more for the comments aimed at him by Baldock who seemed to run 20 yards to have a go at Pritchard.

I like Pritch and it's good to see that he has a bit of fire but hopefully he will learn from this and channel his energies into producing good football rather than reacting to the treatment he receives.
[quote][p][bold]dazzastfc[/bold] wrote: It looked like he was laughing when he was shown the red card[/p][/quote]Not sure why the stream of negatives for his comment as on telly you can see Pritchrd smile/grin/laugh. To be fair, I think it was more for the comments aimed at him by Baldock who seemed to run 20 yards to have a go at Pritchard. I like Pritch and it's good to see that he has a bit of fire but hopefully he will learn from this and channel his energies into producing good football rather than reacting to the treatment he receives. Pewsham Red
  • Score: 3

5:51pm Mon 17 Mar 14

Oi Den! says...

Bassett Hound wrote:
Oi Den! wrote:
Cleuso wrote:
OK.... So whilst no one is likely to condone his action, you only have to look at the fracas in the Orient and Brentford game where both McCormack and Donaldson for Brentford pushed opposition players physically in the chest and their sanction..absolutely not even a card....even though raising your hands to another player is SUPPOSED to result in a sending off.

Alex had been tripped many times dutring the game as soon as he went past players..no wonder the City manager substituted two players already on bookings for those offences..he knew they were on a knife edge of staying on. If the referee had cautioned City players for the first trips on Alex during the game, like he did the Thompsons for their first fouls then City wouldn't have finished with 11 players either
"Raising your hands to another player is supposed to result in a sending off. "
Cleuso, I know that one gets trotted out on the telly all the time but it's not true. Raising your hands is not amongst the sending off offences. Cooper all but admitted that Branco went to ground in an effort to cause trouble for the Wolves player, who had barely touched him. Pritchard pushed the City player hard in the chest. There is a difference. A hard push in the chest could amount to violent conduct. Raising your hands without any force surely can't be violent conduct, can it?

This constant demand for consistency is all very well but only if the incidents being compared are the same.

I'd rather see players sent off for trying to con the ref than because the dare to raise their hands to chest level.
Of course there are calls for consistent decisions,there is nothing that winds up fans more. I am convinced we have suffered more this year with this problem. I think that many incidents are in fact very similar,but what then goes through the refs mind I cannot follow.

I also do not think this inconsistency evens out. You may get one decision go for you in a match that you are winning comfortably and does not make any difference to the result, but get the bad decision against you in an important game.

Den you say the Branco and Pritchard incident were different but what about the spitting ?
What card if any would you think should be given for this ?
Bassett, every season for the last umpteen there have been Town fans on here saying we get the rough end of dodgy refereeing decisions more often than we benefit from them. I'd bet exactly the same thing is being said by other fans all over the country right now. Of course it would be very unlikely that these things even out exactly but in that case isn't it just as likely that any team will end up on the right side of the 50/50 line as on the wrong side of it? It's just the luck of the draw. As Wilesy says, we'll never see perfection in refereeing. I'm not convinced the game would be any better for it anyway. Another point I'd make is that one man's foul can be another man's fair challenge, often depending on which colours we're wearing. It's human nature.

Spitting - no argument, it's a sending off. I'm not convinced it happened last weak though. The ref was close to the incident. Neither the linesman nor the 4th official could have been far away. I wasn't as close as them but I didn't have a bad view of it all. It looked like something and nothing from my seat. But yes, spitting's disgusting. If he did it he should have been off.
[quote][p][bold]Bassett Hound[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Oi Den![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Cleuso[/bold] wrote: OK.... So whilst no one is likely to condone his action, you only have to look at the fracas in the Orient and Brentford game where both McCormack and Donaldson for Brentford pushed opposition players physically in the chest and their sanction..absolutely not even a card....even though raising your hands to another player is SUPPOSED to result in a sending off. Alex had been tripped many times dutring the game as soon as he went past players..no wonder the City manager substituted two players already on bookings for those offences..he knew they were on a knife edge of staying on. If the referee had cautioned City players for the first trips on Alex during the game, like he did the Thompsons for their first fouls then City wouldn't have finished with 11 players either[/p][/quote]"Raising your hands to another player is supposed to result in a sending off. " Cleuso, I know that one gets trotted out on the telly all the time but it's not true. Raising your hands is not amongst the sending off offences. Cooper all but admitted that Branco went to ground in an effort to cause trouble for the Wolves player, who had barely touched him. Pritchard pushed the City player hard in the chest. There is a difference. A hard push in the chest could amount to violent conduct. Raising your hands without any force surely can't be violent conduct, can it? This constant demand for consistency is all very well but only if the incidents being compared are the same. I'd rather see players sent off for trying to con the ref than because the dare to raise their hands to chest level.[/p][/quote]Of course there are calls for consistent decisions,there is nothing that winds up fans more. I am convinced we have suffered more this year with this problem. I think that many incidents are in fact very similar,but what then goes through the refs mind I cannot follow. I also do not think this inconsistency evens out. You may get one decision go for you in a match that you are winning comfortably and does not make any difference to the result, but get the bad decision against you in an important game. Den you say the Branco and Pritchard incident were different but what about the spitting ? What card if any would you think should be given for this ?[/p][/quote]Bassett, every season for the last umpteen there have been Town fans on here saying we get the rough end of dodgy refereeing decisions more often than we benefit from them. I'd bet exactly the same thing is being said by other fans all over the country right now. Of course it would be very unlikely that these things even out exactly but in that case isn't it just as likely that any team will end up on the right side of the 50/50 line as on the wrong side of it? It's just the luck of the draw. As Wilesy says, we'll never see perfection in refereeing. I'm not convinced the game would be any better for it anyway. Another point I'd make is that one man's foul can be another man's fair challenge, often depending on which colours we're wearing. It's human nature. Spitting - no argument, it's a sending off. I'm not convinced it happened last weak though. The ref was close to the incident. Neither the linesman nor the 4th official could have been far away. I wasn't as close as them but I didn't have a bad view of it all. It looked like something and nothing from my seat. But yes, spitting's disgusting. If he did it he should have been off. Oi Den!
  • Score: 0

5:53pm Mon 17 Mar 14

Oi Den! says...

"last week"
"last week" Oi Den!
  • Score: 0

7:20pm Mon 17 Mar 14

dazzastfc says...

LionelHutz wrote:
dazzastfc wrote:
It looked like he was laughing when he was shown the red card
Idiot.
WHEN HE WAS SHOWN THE RED CARD HE TURNED AWAY AND WALKED OFF WITH A BIG SMIRK ON HIS FACE..But if you lot dint see that TAKE YA ROSE-TINTED WELDING GOGGLES OFF...

Why is it when you tell the truth arseholes on here see something different...

HA HA IDIOT... I LOVE PC BULLIES or is it mister hard nuts..
I live in Pinehurst if you wont to say it to me face as writing things is pointless and spineless...IM always up for a chat..
That goes for all the other dislikes...
[quote][p][bold]LionelHutz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]dazzastfc[/bold] wrote: It looked like he was laughing when he was shown the red card[/p][/quote]Idiot.[/p][/quote]WHEN HE WAS SHOWN THE RED CARD HE TURNED AWAY AND WALKED OFF WITH A BIG SMIRK ON HIS FACE..But if you lot dint see that TAKE YA ROSE-TINTED WELDING GOGGLES OFF... Why is it when you tell the truth arseholes on here see something different... HA HA IDIOT... I LOVE PC BULLIES or is it mister hard nuts.. I live in Pinehurst if you wont to say it to me face as writing things is pointless and spineless...IM always up for a chat.. That goes for all the other dislikes... dazzastfc
  • Score: 1

7:47pm Mon 17 Mar 14

jfmorty says...

jfmorty wrote:
8 yellows and a red so far this season, and he hasn't made a tackle yet. He leaves his team with ten players away at City in a game we could have won. He will have missed at least 4 games through suspension this season. Speaks for itself, doesn't it?
Loads of negative votes for my earlier post..... But I have just seen the video of his sending off. Hardly a severe foul, and with the ref standing 10 yards away he got himself sent off.
[quote][p][bold]jfmorty[/bold] wrote: 8 yellows and a red so far this season, and he hasn't made a tackle yet. He leaves his team with ten players away at City in a game we could have won. He will have missed at least 4 games through suspension this season. Speaks for itself, doesn't it?[/p][/quote]Loads of negative votes for my earlier post..... But I have just seen the video of his sending off. Hardly a severe foul, and with the ref standing 10 yards away he got himself sent off. jfmorty
  • Score: 3

7:57pm Mon 17 Mar 14

ellory says...

dazzastfc wrote:
LionelHutz wrote:
dazzastfc wrote:
It looked like he was laughing when he was shown the red card
Idiot.
WHEN HE WAS SHOWN THE RED CARD HE TURNED AWAY AND WALKED OFF WITH A BIG SMIRK ON HIS FACE..But if you lot dint see that TAKE YA ROSE-TINTED WELDING GOGGLES OFF...

Why is it when you tell the truth arseholes on here see something different...

HA HA IDIOT... I LOVE PC BULLIES or is it mister hard nuts..
I live in Pinehurst if you wont to say it to me face as writing things is pointless and spineless...IM always up for a chat..
That goes for all the other dislikes...
Is it any wonder people don't take you seriously when you threaten people ? Or should that be THREATEN ... PEOPLE!!!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]dazzastfc[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LionelHutz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]dazzastfc[/bold] wrote: It looked like he was laughing when he was shown the red card[/p][/quote]Idiot.[/p][/quote]WHEN HE WAS SHOWN THE RED CARD HE TURNED AWAY AND WALKED OFF WITH A BIG SMIRK ON HIS FACE..But if you lot dint see that TAKE YA ROSE-TINTED WELDING GOGGLES OFF... Why is it when you tell the truth arseholes on here see something different... HA HA IDIOT... I LOVE PC BULLIES or is it mister hard nuts.. I live in Pinehurst if you wont to say it to me face as writing things is pointless and spineless...IM always up for a chat.. That goes for all the other dislikes...[/p][/quote]Is it any wonder people don't take you seriously when you threaten people ? Or should that be THREATEN ... PEOPLE!!!!!!! ellory
  • Score: 0

9:07pm Mon 17 Mar 14

port de soller says...

B/S wake up smell the coffee you know you aint gonna be here next year why do what you Do?????
B/S wake up smell the coffee you know you aint gonna be here next year why do what you Do????? port de soller
  • Score: 0

9:56pm Mon 17 Mar 14

dazzastfc says...

ellory wrote:
dazzastfc wrote:
LionelHutz wrote:
dazzastfc wrote:
It looked like he was laughing when he was shown the red card
Idiot.
WHEN HE WAS SHOWN THE RED CARD HE TURNED AWAY AND WALKED OFF WITH A BIG SMIRK ON HIS FACE..But if you lot dint see that TAKE YA ROSE-TINTED WELDING GOGGLES OFF...

Why is it when you tell the truth arseholes on here see something different...

HA HA IDIOT... I LOVE PC BULLIES or is it mister hard nuts..
I live in Pinehurst if you wont to say it to me face as writing things is pointless and spineless...IM always up for a chat..
That goes for all the other dislikes...
Is it any wonder people don't take you seriously when you threaten people ? Or should that be THREATEN ... PEOPLE!!!!!!!
Were have i threaten anyone ??
[quote][p][bold]ellory[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]dazzastfc[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LionelHutz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]dazzastfc[/bold] wrote: It looked like he was laughing when he was shown the red card[/p][/quote]Idiot.[/p][/quote]WHEN HE WAS SHOWN THE RED CARD HE TURNED AWAY AND WALKED OFF WITH A BIG SMIRK ON HIS FACE..But if you lot dint see that TAKE YA ROSE-TINTED WELDING GOGGLES OFF... Why is it when you tell the truth arseholes on here see something different... HA HA IDIOT... I LOVE PC BULLIES or is it mister hard nuts.. I live in Pinehurst if you wont to say it to me face as writing things is pointless and spineless...IM always up for a chat.. That goes for all the other dislikes...[/p][/quote]Is it any wonder people don't take you seriously when you threaten people ? Or should that be THREATEN ... PEOPLE!!!!!!![/p][/quote]Were have i threaten anyone ?? dazzastfc
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12:32pm Tue 18 Mar 14

LionelHutz says...

dazzastfc wrote:
LionelHutz wrote:
dazzastfc wrote: It looked like he was laughing when he was shown the red card
Idiot.
WHEN HE WAS SHOWN THE RED CARD HE TURNED AWAY AND WALKED OFF WITH A BIG SMIRK ON HIS FACE..But if you lot dint see that TAKE YA ROSE-TINTED WELDING GOGGLES OFF... Why is it when you tell the truth arseholes on here see something different... HA HA IDIOT... I LOVE PC BULLIES or is it mister hard nuts.. I live in Pinehurst if you wont to say it to me face as writing things is pointless and spineless...IM always up for a chat.. That goes for all the other dislikes...
Idiot.
[quote][p][bold]dazzastfc[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LionelHutz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]dazzastfc[/bold] wrote: It looked like he was laughing when he was shown the red card[/p][/quote]Idiot.[/p][/quote]WHEN HE WAS SHOWN THE RED CARD HE TURNED AWAY AND WALKED OFF WITH A BIG SMIRK ON HIS FACE..But if you lot dint see that TAKE YA ROSE-TINTED WELDING GOGGLES OFF... Why is it when you tell the truth arseholes on here see something different... HA HA IDIOT... I LOVE PC BULLIES or is it mister hard nuts.. I live in Pinehurst if you wont to say it to me face as writing things is pointless and spineless...IM always up for a chat.. That goes for all the other dislikes...[/p][/quote]Idiot. LionelHutz
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5:18pm Tue 18 Mar 14

dazzastfc says...

LionelHutz wrote:
dazzastfc wrote:
LionelHutz wrote:
dazzastfc wrote: It looked like he was laughing when he was shown the red card
Idiot.
WHEN HE WAS SHOWN THE RED CARD HE TURNED AWAY AND WALKED OFF WITH A BIG SMIRK ON HIS FACE..But if you lot dint see that TAKE YA ROSE-TINTED WELDING GOGGLES OFF... Why is it when you tell the truth arseholes on here see something different... HA HA IDIOT... I LOVE PC BULLIES or is it mister hard nuts.. I live in Pinehurst if you wont to say it to me face as writing things is pointless and spineless...IM always up for a chat.. That goes for all the other dislikes...
Idiot.
HA HA....Just as i thought so
[quote][p][bold]LionelHutz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]dazzastfc[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LionelHutz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]dazzastfc[/bold] wrote: It looked like he was laughing when he was shown the red card[/p][/quote]Idiot.[/p][/quote]WHEN HE WAS SHOWN THE RED CARD HE TURNED AWAY AND WALKED OFF WITH A BIG SMIRK ON HIS FACE..But if you lot dint see that TAKE YA ROSE-TINTED WELDING GOGGLES OFF... Why is it when you tell the truth arseholes on here see something different... HA HA IDIOT... I LOVE PC BULLIES or is it mister hard nuts.. I live in Pinehurst if you wont to say it to me face as writing things is pointless and spineless...IM always up for a chat.. That goes for all the other dislikes...[/p][/quote]Idiot.[/p][/quote]HA HA....Just as i thought so dazzastfc
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