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a. As Champions of Europe there's no reason we shouldn't be pushing for a top 7 spot & a run in the Cups
24%
  
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18%
  
c. Buy some f***ing players or we're in a battle to stay up & that's as good as it gets
18%
  
d. Moyes out
38%
  
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3%
  



Fauxstralian 8:30 Sun Sep 10
Flick gets the flick
German manager Hansi FLICK sacked following a 4-1 home friendly defeat by Japan.
First German boss to be sacked since the role was created in 1926.
Has won 12 of 25 since he took over from Joachim Low in August 2021 and lost 4 of the last 5.
Germany host the Euros next June and are probably at the lowest ebb in their history

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Bouncing Ludo 12:59 Mon Sep 11
Re: Flick gets the flick
Japan win the WW2 Runners Up derby


Shouldn't that be called the 3rd/4th place playoff ?

legrandefromage 9:49 Mon Sep 11
Re: Flick gets the flick
He'd make a great manager for a Subbuteo team

lab 9:46 Mon Sep 11
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Iron Duke 11:08 , I didn’t think much of Allo Allo at the time but love watching the repeats now . Just simple comedy ..you could almost imagine it being acted out on stage in your village hall .

Darlo Debs 8:31 Mon Sep 11
Re: Flick gets the flick
Mad Dog what he do.wiz the Fallen Madonna Wiz ,Ze Big Boobies though?

Manuel 7:49 Mon Sep 11
Re: Flick gets the flick
Since they are hosting the Euro's they will really want to get the new guy right. It won't be Klopp though.

Sydney_Iron 4:06 Mon Sep 11
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I opened this thinking it was going to be an RIP thread for the actor who played Herr Flick in allo allo!

But Richard Gibson is alive and well…….

gph 1:10 Mon Sep 11
Re: Flick gets the flick
I thought Flick would a be fairly common German surname - I was wrong.

2158th most common.



Three possible origins - Middle High German for lively
related to flicken to repair, kind of tailor or cobbler who specialises in repair work
ugly, someone whose face looks like it's been patched up

I'm guessing the Flicks themelves prefer the first explanation

Mad Dog 12:53 Mon Sep 11
Re: Flick gets the flick
"No, I said Flick, ze gestapo"

Iron Duke 11:08 Sun Sep 10
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I couldn’t stand ‘Allo ‘Allo.

Darlo Debs 11:03 Sun Sep 10
Re: Flick gets the flick
The guy is called Herr Flick. Comedy Gold.

Stubbo 10:40 Sun Sep 10
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Having someone in charge of Ze Germans who was actually Herr Flick just felt so right...hopefully Von Klinkerhoffen takes over.

only1billybonds 10:25 Sun Sep 10
Re: Flick gets the flick
Japan win the WW2 Runners Up derby


That made me lol, excellent work KZ.

Fauxstralian 8:39 Sun Sep 10
Re: Flick gets the flick
Seem particularly to be struggling to find strikers.
Days of Gerd Muller & Klinsmann long gone when they are relying on the dismal Werner and the OAP Thomas Muller.

Kaiser Zoso 8:35 Sun Sep 10
Re: Flick gets the flick
Japan win the WW2 Runners Up derby

Could have got a few more, the kraut defence was like watching Luton





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