👋 Ralph Krueger Leaves the Club

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If our new sponsors turn out to be Huawei and the phone signal suddenly improves inside SMS, then we can really start worrying.

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#22

Good phones though - my company has rolled them out as the phone of choice. Bloody cheap.

Wonder why :thinking:

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#23

They are. I’ve got one myself, excellent phone. Has a good camera too, dual lens, perfect for upskirting.

Oh.

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#24

I’ve one too. 3 phones on the trot. Must consider this upskirting thing though…

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#25

Just remember, up-skirting is now against the law in the UK

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#26

Phew, lucky I’m not there :lou_smiley:

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#27

Luckily you have them well polished toe-caps

:wink:

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#28

Like winning!

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#29

Krueger gone.

The Nightmare on Melbourne Street is over.

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#30

Stolen from Saint Albert on fiverweb from Canada

After six years in my role now, I’m also looking at options in football somewhere else in the Premier League…

I was committed to finishing that contract,” he said. “It was to hire specialists in all the different areas and I really got a blank slate there. I really enjoyed that process. It’s kind of like a job done now. I feel it’s time for me to move on.

“To stay in the Premier League now, six years in a row for a club that works on a sort of self-sustaining budget and always has to live within our means was a challenge. It’s just the right time to move on to something else.

“This Southampton job became such a baby of mine over six years that I’m still working hard to make the transition. The reason I had to make the move now is that the transfer window opens right when the season ends,” he said of the final days of play.

“My brain has only, for 10 days or so, begun to open up to what the options are and where I’m going to go, but I haven’t made any concrete decisions.

“I’m just starting to have some conversations but I couldn’t tell you where this is going to end right now. I’m definitely not going to be in a rush. It’s really important for me to find the right thing than the timing of it”

https://edmontonjournal.com/sports/h…a-80a4280ed96e

Makes sense in the context of the Transfer Window

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#31

In other words, he’s leaving because now Les Reed has gone, no-one is going to be impressed when a bunch of fading NHL stars are inexplicably signed for Southampton FC in the summer.

A real what the puck moment has been averted.

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#33

If I was the pedantic type I would say there should be another mirror in that photo.

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#34

Damn, I’ll have to go away and reflect on that mistake

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#35

Nice :lou_wink_2:

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#37

What am I missing from Martyn Glover’s scouting CV . Everton and Sunderland.? For FS it couldn’t be much worse.

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#38

Love the Corbyn references. The author should join up.

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#39

I had to laugh today reading a report in the Independent about a ceremony in Poland where every Easter they have an effegy of Judas Escariot which they tear down and kick and stamp on. This year the usual suspects are screaming ‘Anti-Semitism’ because the effegy looks Jewish. FFS! In the report they managed to headline it with the old photographs of the Board of Deputys, led by Hodge, Luciana Berger et al protesting against Corbyn the Anti-Semite. Even though this took place in Poland, had absolutely no relevence whatsoever to the UK and the so called ‘Anti-Semitism crisis’ in the British Labour Party. Desperate stuff. What next? Christians in churches all over the country are anti-semitic because they have pictures and statues of Jesus,(who was Jewish) being crucified? World gone mad!

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#40

Ralph’s now here & burning effigies?

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