WHO Poll
Q: 2021/22 What competition should we prioritise this season?
a. The league is our bread & butter, so this year let's have a club sandwich
24%
  
b. We're owed an FA Cup after Gerrard nicked our last one in 06, our name's on it in 22
9%
  
c. A bye to the League Cup 3rd round gives us a good start, let's make it count
5%
  
d. The Europa is our best ticket to the Champions League, this is the one
36%
  
e. What's wrong with you, let's do the lot, has the quadruple ever been done
25%
  



Block 10:55 Wed Sep 22
Gary Neville on BBC
Anyone see it?

Whatever you think of his punditry, the bloke clearly gives a shit and speaks brilliantly at how people connect to footballers but not politicians.

Shame he isn't in politics, he'd make a massive impact

You cunts?

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Mike Oxsaw 9:34 Thu Sep 23
Re: Gary Neville on BBC
Viewed from the right angle, he's got a degree in Triggered? No! Not Me!

zebthecat 9:30 Thu Sep 23
Re: Gary Neville on BBC
He has the bestest ones goose

goose 9:11 Thu Sep 23
Re: Gary Neville on BBC
What degrees do you have COYI?

Mike Oxsaw 8:45 Thu Sep 23
Re: Gary Neville on BBC
Block 2:45 Thu Sep 23

Given what Come On You Brolly has already posted on here (style, content and timing) you can write off at least 75% of the Fortune 500 list as potential "clients" of his.

He will divulge more about himself over the next few weeks as it's in his psychological make-up to big himself up in whatever environment he finds himself.

Block 2:45 Thu Sep 23
Re: Gary Neville on BBC
Yes, and you know you're talking absolute nonsense to try and gain some sort of respect from people.

It's weird and quite pathetic really.

Come On You Irons 2:42 Thu Sep 23
Re: Gary Neville on BBC
You can think it's a lie if you like. I know the truth, son.

Now get back to those deckchairs, they won't sell themselves.

Block 2:41 Thu Sep 23
Re: Gary Neville on BBC
Another lie.

I just find it really strange as to why you'd want to try and "big" yourself up to a bunch of people on a football forum.

Come On You Irons 2:39 Thu Sep 23
Re: Gary Neville on BBC
I don't lie, son.

Suffice to say, I contract for a large Fortune 500 multinational corporation. That's all I'm willing to disclose.

Block 2:36 Thu Sep 23
Re: Gary Neville on BBC
Haha, I knew you were going to say that.

We all know you do not "consult", Irons.

Not sure why you feel the need to lie about what you do on an internet forum, as you say.

Come On You Irons 2:35 Thu Sep 23
Re: Gary Neville on BBC
Why do you want to know, Block? I'm not comfortable sharing specifics on an internet forum.

Bungo 2:32 Thu Sep 23
Re: Gary Neville on BBC
Thankfully! Our riff-raff filters are strong.

Block 2:32 Thu Sep 23
Re: Gary Neville on BBC
genuinely interested, Irons son. What type of "consulting" do you do? 2nd time of asking.

* taps desk *

Block 2:32 Thu Sep 23
Re: Gary Neville on BBC
genuinely interested, Irons son. What type of "consulting" do you do? 2nd time of asking.

* taps desk *

Come On You Irons 2:28 Thu Sep 23
Re: Gary Neville on BBC
Well "face fitting" is an component of the workplace that cannot be denied alongside backstabbing, office politics, rivalry etc. However, due to the beauty of capitalism there is a multitude of companies and industries to explore if one's face doesn't fit within one company or industry.

Block 2:27 Thu Sep 23
Re: Gary Neville on BBC
It's funny how COYI goes from being all chatty, lauding himself up to complete silence when you ask him a direct question.

Bungo 2:17 Thu Sep 23
Re: Gary Neville on BBC
Come On You Irons 1:06 Thu Sep 23

"However, there is to a large degree equality of opportunity in the workplace and anyone who works hard and wants to strive in 21st Century Britain can succeed".
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Perhaps in some fields?

In Big (and Medium and Small) Pharma we don't care how hard people have worked, if your face doesn't fit, you're not coming in.

Mike Oxsaw 1:55 Thu Sep 23
Re: Gary Neville on BBC
Block 1:25 Thu Sep 23

"Looks like rain, sir. Better take your umbrella."

"Eh? Sir doesn't have an umbrella? May I suggest that you make a choice from this fine extensive range I have in the back of my non-leased van over here? I can give sir a very special price."

Block 1:25 Thu Sep 23
Re: Gary Neville on BBC
Enlighten us, what sort of "consulting" do you do, son?

Come On You Irons 1:23 Thu Sep 23
Re: Gary Neville on BBC
Block 1:10 Thu Sep 23
Re: Gary Neville on BBC
Like you. son?

"is that a large big-mac meal sir"

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If that lame attempt at humour was directed at me, here's some facts for you, son.

I come from a humble, East End, white working class background. I worked hard at school to get superb GCSE and A level results and was the first person in my entire family (extended, not just nuclear) to go to university. I got a superb grade in my undergraduate degree and a superb grade in my masters degree, both from top UK universities.

Then I entered the workforce, worked hard to climb the ladder and now, two decades later, I command a six figure salary in excess of £100,000.00 per annum.

I am a case in point that striving, working hard and overcoming humble origins can reap rewards in modern Britain.

Eerie Descent 1:14 Thu Sep 23
Re: Gary Neville on BBC
Neville is becoming one of the better 'Do as I say not as I do' merchants.

A bit like that needy cunt who's heading up Insulate Britain, who's not even had his leafy SW London home insulated.

Problem is with football in general, everyone in the business is scared to offer a different opinion to the going narrative (just like with the kneeling bollocks) for fear of losing their jobs. So no one will dare question what this plank is saying.

Block 1:10 Thu Sep 23
Re: Gary Neville on BBC
Like you. son?

"is that a large big-mac meal sir"

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