WHO Poll
Q: 2017/18 Carabao Cup Spurs (a)
a. It's Wembley we have a decent record on the hallowed turf a& all we need is another Maiga, win
16%
  
b. There's no draws in this comp so what chance do we have, lose
26%
  
c. Forget the game, we'll always be a laughing stock while those idiots in the Boardroom still own the Club, SELL SELL SELL
47%
  
d. How great is this another game live on the box, so it's back down the Pub full kit on and roaring the boys onto another win, cut me and I bleed claret & blue
11%
  



Joey Nutmeg 7:07 Fri Jul 14
Party Bag Newton
Got off lightly there (borrowed from KUMB):

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Fortunes Hiding 8:41 Fri Jul 14
Re: Party Bag Newton
PD

Don't post on it then

Simple!

I think this is great thread.

Gavros 8:05 Fri Jul 14
Re: Party Bag Newton
'the one'

Private Dancer 8:04 Fri Jul 14
Re: Party Bag Newton
I can't decide which is the most pointless thread, this one or the Roy Carrol one.

Far Cough 7:59 Fri Jul 14
Re: Party Bag Newton
Is he the one with no neck?

Sven Roeder 7:58 Fri Jul 14
Re: Party Bag Newton
According to the Evening Standard the incident was part of his 40th birthday celebrations 'which had stretched across a whole year'.

Ha ha ha

Gavros 7:32 Fri Jul 14
Re: Party Bag Newton
He's been stealing a living his entire adult life

Mr. Burns 7:29 Fri Jul 14
Re: Party Bag Newton
We paid £10k too much for this useless cunt for sure.

Vexed 7:16 Fri Jul 14
Re: Party Bag Newton
How does this happen to a footballer?

How did he get away with it with such a hilariously poor excuse?

What a wanker.

Joey Nutmeg 7:10 Fri Jul 14
Re: Party Bag Newton
A former West Ham United star has avoided a custodial sentence for burglary - despite being caught red-handed.

Shaun Newton, who West Ham famously signed from Charlton for just £10,0000 - thus earning him the nickname 10k during his spell at the club in the late 1990s - was nicked attempting to steal a set of keys from a flat in Mitcham, Surrey.


A former West Ham United star has avoided a custodial sentence for burglary - despite being caught red-handed.

Shaun Newton, who West Ham famously signed from Charlton for just £10,0000 - thus earning him the nickname 10k during his spell at the club in the late 1990s - was nicked attempting to steal a set of keys from a flat in Mitcham, Surrey.

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However the former England Under 21 - who was said to be both under the influence of alcohol and illegal drugs at the time of his arrest - avoided prison as a result of telling the jury that he believed he was on a 'treasure hunt' at the time.

"It was a long weekend," he told Bow Court. "I was tired and disorientated and confused by the tricks that were played on me at the time.

"I was led to believe there was a car, a Range Rover or whatever, and I was hunting for it. I pulled apart my whole house looking for keys. There were things in my house leading me to number plates, stuff like that and I was led to believe I had to do certain things like break glass."

Newton - whose legal representative told the court that his client lives "a day-to-day, hand-to-mouth existence" - was given 100 hours' community service by Recorder Ian Peddle QC, who stressed that he was lucky nothing had actually been stolen during the break-in.

"It’s clear you were high on cocaine and alcohol and maybe that’s why you committed the burglary," he said. "Fortunately nothing was taken and in the witness box you gave a bizarre account of your actions, enough to cause the jury and myself to be concerned about your mental health"





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