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Eddie B 2:39 Thu May 11
Damian Reilly of The Spectator
"I had 20 good years supporting Manchester United but now I follow Arsenal, and I find the treatment of the magnificent Arsène Wenger by large sections of my fellow fans mystifying and depressing. I supported Manchester United because when Rupert Murdoch bought top-tier English football in the early 1990s and started marketing it aggressively at the middle classes — who, like me, had previously had no interest in the sport — United were the only logical choice. They played pulsating, swaggering football and often scored thrilling wins from seemingly impossible situations. The young men who made up the spine of the team had grown up together in a boys’ own story and — most importantly — they had a manager in Sir Alex Ferguson who was a high priest of romance.

But then he left. And what followed has been very dull. So I stopped supporting United and started following Arsenal. Chiefly out of admiration for their dignified and daring French manager."

https://www.spectator.co.uk/2017/05/arsenal-fans-need-to-put-up-or-shut-up-about-arsene-wenger/#

What a cunt.

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Sven Roeder 11:29 Fri May 19
Re: Damian Reilly of The Spectator
How do you know what he says to Wenger pre and post match?
Wenger obviously thinks he is useful

And unlike Adams he doesn't piss his pants after a couple of pints

normannomates 10:52 Fri May 19
Re: Damian Reilly of The Spectator
Fred 7.44

I could be Steve fuckin Bould.
Chewing gum on the sly and looking moody...with fuck all to say of any substance.

He was arrogant shit heel as a player as well

Takashi Miike 8:12 Fri May 19
Re: Damian Reilly of The Spectator
humility would be the main one


another story that made me laugh was one of the European football experts on talksport talking about Isco taking the piss out of Adams when he was dressed like a waiter

fred flinstone 7:44 Fri May 19
Re: Damian Reilly of The Spectator
What has Sreve Bould got that Adams hasn't then ?

Sven Roeder 6:57 Fri May 19
Re: Damian Reilly of The Spectator
There is something really odd about Tony Adams.
He always has this air about him that he is some sort of guru of football with nothing to back it up.
It would not surprise me in the least if he came out at some point and announced he had been in a sexual relationship with a llama called Kevin since 1998.

Takashi Miike 6:42 Fri May 19
Re: Damian Reilly of The Spectator
the most embarrassing thing about the Adams story is him continually offering his services to Arsenal through various people, not even wanting to be paid, and Wenger fucking him off each time. love it

Lee Trundle 6:26 Fri May 19
Re: Damian Reilly of The Spectator
Tony Adams? hahaha

His record at Granada since he took over:
Played 6
Lost 6

terry-h 6:19 Fri May 19
Re: Damian Reilly of The Spectator
"Arsene Wenger couldn't coach his way out of a paper bag." Quote from Tony Adams in today's Sun.

I wonder what the recovering alcoholic thinks of Mr.Bilic when you look at Wenger's 8-1 superiority over West Ham this season.

pdbis 6:06 Fri May 19
Re: Damian Reilly of The Spectator
Remember back in the 70's a lot of kids used to change their football team weekly unlike a few of us.

Darby_ 6:56 Thu May 11
Re: Damian Reilly of The Spectator
Yeah, it looks like he's drawn the short straw in their office and has been made clickbait gimp.

Gavros 5:07 Thu May 11
Re: Damian Reilly of The Spectator
Hopefully he will support us when we become BIG.

Then I'll have someone clever and middle class to talk to rather than your typical West Ham knuckledragger.

Westham67 5:04 Thu May 11
Re: Damian Reilly of The Spectator
Could put that story down with Chelsea, Man U and Arse to everyone in Asia

Hermit Road 4:14 Thu May 11
Re: Damian Reilly of The Spectator
Darby has it right. This sort of bollocks makes satire redundant.

Lee Trundle 4:11 Thu May 11
Re: Damian Reilly of The Spectator
Some of his previous works have been:

Conor McGregor will beat Floyd Mayweather
Sanctimonious outrage over Armstrong doping is idiotic

A clickbait journalist who shouldn't be given the time of day.

Darby_ 4:06 Thu May 11
Re: Damian Reilly of The Spectator
Seems like parody. Is it actually serious?

El Scorchio 3:49 Thu May 11
Re: Damian Reilly of The Spectator
Actually, my ex's sister's boyfriend supports both Hull and Arsenal.

From Hull but wanted a London team to support as well. It's really weird if you ask me.

El Scorchio 3:47 Thu May 11
Re: Damian Reilly of The Spectator
Bernie 2:58

The cunt Corden supported Man U until he was 18.

JonWHUFC 3:37 Thu May 11
Re: Damian Reilly of The Spectator
I had a mate once who used to go to West Ham with me. Supported them because of his dad. All his mates were Fulham fans and just before they had their decent spell my mate said he was changing to support Fulham. We never fell out I just didn't understand how you can support one club one day and switch to another the next. It is in the blood isn't it? A good question of yourself is what would you do if West Ham no longer existed? I couldn't see myself supporting anyone else.

Lily Hammer 3:30 Thu May 11
Re: Damian Reilly of The Spectator
...I'll add that I have to believe my last post, because I'd puke my lunch up if I thought this Reilly was serious.

Lily Hammer 3:29 Thu May 11
Re: Damian Reilly of The Spectator
Quite amusing.

He'll catch a few starving piranhas with that.

Bernie 2:58 Thu May 11
Re: Damian Reilly of The Spectator
I've never met anyone that has switched allegiances.

I know people that support say Man Utd and Plymouth, but never one that has switched because of success

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