City’s WORST PLAYER EVER!!!

Attention everyone, voting has closed for City’s WORST PLAYER EVER!!! Quiet please…. Thank you…. ahhh , who am I kidding? No-one voted. Even if they did, I would have rigged it to make sure that this player won, (or lost - depending on how empty the glass is)

Viewing Matt:-)’s article on the best players to play for The Blues, i got thinking (always dangerous!!), who is the worst player to play for City?  I am only young, I cannot look back too far. I came up with a few names…

  1. Gelson Fernandes?
  2. Bernado Corradi?
  3. Israeli International Tal Ben Haim?
  4. Georgios Samaras?
  5. Danny Mills?

After, ooh, seconds of deliberation, I decided that none of these fitted the bill, in fact, no one was anywhere close of toppling the player destined for top spot. There is no use of doing a top ten, this player was, quite possibly, the worst player ever to grace the Maine Road pitch. He could turn a game around faster than a blink of the eye.

I am talking about the one, the only (thankfully) - drum roll please- ………………………………………

 

Christian Negouai.

Keegan’s Madness

On 13th November 2001, an era started. City manager Kevin Keegan, somehow, convinced the Board to splash out £1.5 million for him from Charleroi and, just after his arrival, K3 spoke to the club website:

“Christian can be whatever you want a midfielder to be. He is big, strong, is an excellent ball winner and he can play.

For someone so tall he has got very good balance and talking to the Manchester City fans, whose opinions I respect, a few of them say we haven’t had a tackling midfielder, someone who can really win the ball, for some time.

He will be very dangerous from set pieces as he was a centre forward and he has been moved back into midfield. Because of that he has the qualities in the final third from free kicks and corners to be a threat.”

I think that King Kev must have been talking about someone else (possibly midfielder Eyal Berkovic who he purchased 4 months earlier). Yes, that’ll be it. He couldn’t have been talking about Negouai, could he?

Negouai in a City shirt - A rare sight

Did He Do Anything?

In a word: No.

In his first game (a two - one defeat to Portsmouth) he forced himself in front of the great midfielder, Kevin Horlock (He must be something special. Oh, how wrong we were).

In his second match in a City shirt, he was branded a cheat by Rotherham manager Ronnie Moore for punching an equaliser just before the break in a two - one victory over Rotherham (Ali Benarbia netted a winner with a 25 yard strike with three minutes remaining on the stadium clock)

In his third match against Blackburn he was sent off after a stay of 26 minutes and never cemented his place on the starting team sheet for the remainder of the season as City claimed the first division title with ease

He suffered a plethora of injuries thereafter which further pushed him down the midfield pecking order (as if there was anywhere to go). During this series of injuries, he sought treatment abroad – against the advice of the City medics. The treatment in question went badly wrong and Negouai was forced to have operations on both his legs to save him from a double amputation. He missed the next season “recovering” – personally, I prefer the term skiving.

In 2003-4 he forced his way into the reserve team but was sent off early on in the season after flooring a Sunderland player after being on the receiving end of a strong tackle.

He did play for City again, in the UEFA Cup preliminary first qualifying round against the imaginatively named Total Network Solutions (now The New Saints). He actually scored!!! Evidence from You Tube: 

 www.youtube.com/watch?v=-yl03_C2-zw

During a boring season sitting on the sidelines, Negouai found himself on a plane bound for Austria as a result of a loan deal that took him off our hands for a while - they discovered how bad he was and, kindly, returned him.

“Dopegate” Scandal

The season suddenly got much more exciting for City fans when Negouai was found guilty of missing an FA drugs test earlier in the season. After the “Dopegate” scandal he found himself with a reprimand and a mere fine of £2000. Compare this, if you will, to the punishment of a six month ban that Rio Ferdinand received for missing his drugs test. Ferdinand’s lawyers drew comparisons between the two cases but Sepp Blatter (head of FIFA) claimed that Negouai was willing to take the test but stuck in traffic. Negouai said that he nipped to the airport to pick his mother up. Negouai’s lawyers said that he didn’t understand English enough to be able to attend the test. Whoever was right, isn’t justice great?!?!

Negouai, over his time at City - but especially after “Dopegate”, had become a cult hero yet, despite pressure put on the coaches to keep him playing to draw the crowds, he only played three more matches for the Blues. The first, a two - one loss to Arsenal Youth in the League Cup. He came off the bench in the 70th minute and returned to it thirteen minutes later after a clash with a twelve year old in an Arsenal shirt forced him off injured.

However, his finest (and shortest) hour in a Blue shirt came in a loss against Everton in the Premiership. He entered the playing arena in the 80th minute, coming on for the legend that is Jon Macken. He, promptly, departed the pitch three minutes later after collecting a straight red card for a shin high tackle on Everton player Marcus Bent - who scored the winner. If Carlsberg did impact substitutions…. This wouldn’t be one of them.

Keegan had completely lost his rag with Negouai and swiftly dispatched him to Coventry City on loan. He played two games for the Sky Blues before picking up an injury and Coventry promptly sent him back.

When he returned, the club was under new management. He found Stuart Pearce in temporary charge in place of the recently departed Kevin Keegan.

Negouai no appearances under ‘Psycho’, an unused sub against Liverpool. Amid high expectations that we would find ourselves quickly down to ten men,  as soon as he arrived on the pitch, City fans found themselves as we finished the game with a full complement of players after a 90th minute winner form Kiki Musampa.

On 7th July 2005, after three years, seven months and 24 days, an era came to an end as he was shipped off to Standard de Liége in an end of season spring clean (which also saw the departure of SWP to Chelsea for £21 million). In this time, he only brought happiness to the club (I know, but hear me out):

  • He scored two goals = Happiness
  • He got sent off twice (played with ten men - better than playing with eleven and Negouai) = More Happiness
  • He left = Who can say they weren’t ecstatic when the news filtered through?

Today, believe it or not, he is unattached. His last game was in the colours of FC Brussels for whom he scored no goals in five appearances.

Record Breaker? Are you joking?

Amazingly not. Negouai has his name in the record books. In 2006, while playing for Standard de Liége, he actually set a scoring record (I know!!!). Eleven seconds into their game against KVS Westerloo, the ball found its way past the Westerloo keeper. The last touch came off the foot of the prolific, ex-City goalscorer, Neoguai.  This goal was the fastest in the history of the Belgian League.

 

Celebrating his record-breaking goal

Christian Negouai’s City Career in Numbers:

  • Appearances - 11
  • Starts - 4
    • Unused Sub - 9
  • Goals - 2 (1 UEFA Cup vs. TNS, 1 League vs. Rotherham)
  • Yellow Cards - 2
  • Red Cards - 2 (1 vs. Blackburn, 1 vs. Everton)
  • Minutes on Pitch - 377
    • League - 243
    • Cup - 44
    • UEFA Cup - 90
  • Minutes per Goal - 188.5
  • Appearances per Goal - 5.5

Uselessness Factor - 12.4 (out of 10)

All-in all,  Negouai was a terrible excuse for a footballer (Steven, he was far worse than Gelson Fernandes). He was that bad, you wouldn’t wish his failure on the small-time club from Stretford. OK, maybe you would, but you get my point.

It makes you wonder who is telling these players that it is a good idea to play professional football. There must be a wold of coaches out there suggesting to people on the street that they should play football. WHY?!?!?!?!?!?!

Christian Negouai - City’s WORST PLAYER EVER!!!

Anyway, rant over. Goodnight and Happy Reading.

47 Responses to “City’s WORST PLAYER EVER!!!”

  1. king kev Says:

    I believe the Phillipe Albert - one of Kev’s Newcastle stars - was Negoui’s agent and was a bit skint. The transfer was as much about agents fees as football ability.

    Another cracking signing which made Negoui look like a footballing superstar was Mattias Vuoso. City paid over £3M for a player of dubious ability and even more dubious ownership. I believe a number of parties owned a share of the player and i don’t think much of the £3m found it’s way to Independiente.

    I’ve watched City for 50 years and seen some shocking signings - worst of all though has to be Michael FRONTZEK.

  2. Brian Cummings Says:

    What about Barrie Conlan? In our area of the main stand there was a concensus of opinion that Frank Clarke had something going with his mother!

  3. Matt :) Says:

    “If Carlsberg did impact substitutions…. This wouldn’t be one of them.”

    >>> Love this Ricky, very impressed!

    “Negouai no appearances under ‘Psycho’”

    >>> Read this…does it actually make sense?

    “Amid high expectations that we would find ourselves quickly down to ten men, as soon as he arrived on the pitch”

    >>> Any need for the first comma?

    “He got sent off twice (played with ten men - better than playing with eleven and Negouai)”

    >>> Surely eleven men + Negouai would be twelve men? It should be ten men and Negouai???

    “He was that bad, you wouldn’t wish his failure on the small-time club from Stretford. OK, maybe you would, but you get my point.”

    >>> Are you sure you need the first comma? I think a little bit of revision is in order here!

    “Viewing Matt:-)’s ”

    >>> Actually ‘Ched Evans IS MY HERO! Zabaleta I LOVE YOU!’

    ” i got thinking (always dangerous!!),”

    >>> I got thinking? Not sure thaty makes much sense, I would prefer to see “It got me thinking…”

    “I am only young, I cannot look back too far”

    >>> MY PHRASE!

    “After, ooh, seconds of deliberation”

    >>> In my brain the word ‘ooh’ creates suspense, not really a moment of deliberation?

    ” There is no use of doing a top ten, this player was, quite possibly,”

    >>> No need for the second comment here…come on…basic stuff!

    “K3″

    >>> I dont like this…

    That’s all, my work here is done, thank you and goodnight

    Overall…it’s okay I guess for your first one!

  4. ADE FRANCE Says:

    Jeff Whitley was worse than Nagouai

  5. Morten Says:

    Grow up lads. You are not even old enough to remember Lee Bradbury, Laurent Charvet.

    Anyway can you explain what Gelson has done since he is on your list? Samaras was all right I think -

  6. Bluephill Says:

    Surely Laurent Charvet and Richard Edgehill are up there too?

  7. tony tony tone Says:

    a no brainer…Kelvin Etuhu or Geoff Lomax

  8. tony tony tone Says:

    a no brainer….Kelvin Etuhu or Geoff Lomax

  9. Jack Says:

    “king kev”, do you know that Mattias Vuoso is an absolute star in Mexico?

  10. the tblisi tearaway Says:

    Well, Bluemoon … you can count yourself lucky that you’re obviously too young to have ever seen any of City’s worst players ‘play’. Negouai would look like a world beater if you compared him with some of the dross who played under Alan Ball, Phil Neal, Steve Coppell, Asa Hartford and most of all, Frank Clarke - it was his team which took us down to the third tier of football (despite Uncle Joe’s best efforts), and the only ones who could really live down to the title of ‘City’s worst player ever’! Here’s a list of some from that dark period to bring back the nightmares: Michael Frontzeck, Ged Brannan, Lee (silent ‘r’) Bradbury, Martin Phillips, Barry Conlon, Jim Whitley, Simon Rodger, Jamie Pollock, Gerry Creaney, Danny Allsopp, Paul Beesley, Eike Immel, Alan Kernaghan, Neil Heaney, Darren Wassall, Craig Russell and Mark Robins. Unlike Vuoso, Negouai, Touré etc from Keegan’s era, the players listed were all given plenty of chances to prove themselves … and didn’t!! If they had stayed together as a team, we could probably have sunk through every division there is!!! Even if Fernandes was allowed to play a whole match (heaven forbid!) with his laces tied together and wearing a Moonchester suit he would be streets above the lot I’ve listed!!!!

  11. Oliver Woolf Says:

    i think Morten is the only guy anywhere near the mark ‘Bradbury / Charvet’- at least negouai was part of a team on the way up. what about all the crap from the alan ball,frank clark era that took is down to Div 2 - take a look at http://stats.football.co.uk/1996/man_city.html} for some reminders

  12. GED Says:

    how about Bob Taylor

  13. dave the rave Says:

    Correction on the Negouai “dopegate” affair : Negouai missed his “appointment” to give a urine sample. City managed to contact him ; the FA dope-testers agreed if he gave the sample within an agreed time limit they would “make allowances” ; Negouai returned within the hour, a sample was given, the sample passed the tests and Negouai was fined for missing the original test but was “clean” relative to the drug tests.
    Our chum Rio missed his “appointment” ; the WGFC ManU “tried” unsuccesfully to contact him - subsequently claiming his mobile was switched off. Contemporaneously, Rio was seen in Manchester frantically ringing someone ( rumoured to be a noted urologist ), but, in any event, he failed to return to give his sample. Thus, unlike Negouai, he never gave a clean sample and so understandably was banned for 6 months ( including the summer break ). I recall a certain Villa/ ManU / Chelsea keeper who failed the same drugs tests ( on account of “recreational” drugs ) and he got a one year ban. Lucky Rio ( and ManU ! )

  14. TrueBlue Says:

    What about Rolando Bianchi (8.5 mil)? Scored on his debut against West Ham and had a great game in the League cup against a lower league team and that was it really !!! Hardly value for money. Still bemuses me slightly why he kinda became a cult hero. Did the fans just feel sorry for him?!

  15. Rick Says:

    Matt (comment 3)

    It particularly irks me when random cretins feel the need to correct punctuation on blogs. You understood the point - Get over it, Can you still read this or does: all the randomly inserted; grammar throw you completely off-side.
    Grow up your really not superior to this guy & no im not going to correct your countless punctuation errors - No one cares but you !!!!!!!!

    Anyhow im voting for Adrian Heath (goalscoring superstar)

  16. Talljonny Says:

    Matt:

    “Not sure thaty makes much sense.”

    Well done Matt. Pot and kettle?

  17. Decker Says:

    Why has nobody mentioned the headless chicken himself? The one that ran up and down the pitch, chased after the ball liker a five year old in the local park, frequently got sent off for thinking football was a version of diving for cover in the trenches of WW1 and always looked like he had some serious learning disorder. Yes, headless chicken award for Man City goes to Sun Jihai.

  18. Adam Says:

    What the Bloody hell what about vassel he is bullshit

  19. Ian Says:

    Surely Steve McNammenanen was worse than Bianchi, corradi or Samaras.

    Because of his achiles problems, he ran about like a duck, was always rubbish, and now all he does is rubbish city at half time whenever he’s on TV.

    KK loved signing past-there-best Liverpool players.

    Fowler was another. he could barely walk, let alone run, but at least his striking instincts were still working when at City, even if his legs had given up.

  20. BringBackBananas Says:

    tblisi - some great names on that list! some i have done my best to forget.

    bit harsh on poor barry, he is a legend. i remember his debut when he was coming on and some bloke behind me shouted “has this guy won a competition in the programme?”

    i wish i had a list of alan balls transfer dealings. it is unbelievable how quickly and how badly he overhauled our squad
    didn`t we get Creaney for Paul Walsh plus some cash?

  21. Al Says:

    Alfie Inge Haaland. Apart from being fouled by Roy Keane he did absolutely f-ck all. A terrible player with a stupid face. And to think we used to sing “Alfie Haaland is a blue, he loves City,” as if that was something to celebrate. I’d have rathered he was a red and we had Keane instead. Terrible, terrible player.

  22. Seattle Blue Says:

    Steve McMenamen,
    hopeless, the worst ever, traffic director

  23. Bluemoon Says:

    Morten

    >>> I do remember the era of Charvet and Bradbury and I accept that they were pretty poor players. This is my personal opinion, you have every right to disagree with me, I will not complain. Gelson isn’t the worst player in the world but, in a team that can show quality, as we can, he is pretty poor.

    tony tony tone

    >>> Funny you mention Geoff Lomax, I know him quite well and have played cricket with, both, him and his sons and my father coached him at schoolboy level. I never saw him play, nor has he told me about his playing days but as far as i understand he wasn’t the best of players, but had a head that was rather too big for his shoulders.

    the tblisi tearaway

    >>> I have to agree with you. You must understand that I have only been following the Blues since 1992 (year of my birth). It would be therefore difficult for me to review, with a hint of personal feelings, about anything or anyone before 1997 or so.

    dave the rave

    >>> Thankyou for the correction, that is a misunderstanding/misreading of articles on my part. Still, isn’t justice great?!?!?!

    Rick

    >>> He means good. I think

    Talljonny

    >>> Well said

    Numerous

    >>> I did consider other players but I picked Negouai due to the fact that he spent three years at the club and played so little game time.

    Ian

    >>> Fowler was awful. The one moment I will remember him by is that missed penalty againt Boro’ in the final game of the season. If he scored, we were in Europe and…… he didn’t

    BringBackBananas

    >>> Just looked up on Wikipedia, these are some that we parted company with during Ball’s tenure:
    Garry Flitcroft, Niall Quinn, Peter Beagrie, Keith Curle, Tony Coton and Terry Phelan

    Al

    >>> Bit harsh I think, Keane’s was a discraseful tackle and, in my opinion, he should never have played again.

    Thanks for all the comments everybody

  24. Steven Goran Erikkson Says:

    Bloody hell Ricky, look at all these comments! You’ve started a war!

    Anyway, if I were looking to criticise this blog, which I’m not, I could spend a long time doing what Matt has done, but I would pick out even more errors than he has. The article is littered with smallish errors and display malfunctions, but I’m not here to criticise.

    For a first attempt, this is not a bad effort. Your writing is very informal (it makes Matt’s writing style look like mine!), but you are coherent and informative in your views. I’m quite impressed with this, and although, as I’m sure you’ll agree with me, there are many changes to be made if you intend on writing further blogs, this is a decent start.

    Well done.

  25. Maurice Says:

    Gerry Creaney

    We exchanged Paul Walsh and money for this “star”

  26. Player One Says:

    Excellent stuff, haven’t laughed so much in ages.

    It really shows how far we’ve come when you read through the team of legends by the tblisi tearaway….Immel, Frontzeck, Brannan, Bradbury, Phillips, Conlon and co.

    I was in the away end at Goodison when Negouai was sent off, Bent turned to the Everton fans and started laughing, must admit that I joined them. Waste of a shirt, especially when Kevin Horlock had to make way.

    Still got a long way to go mind, but I can always say “I saw Heath score” - what was it the not-so-mighty atom said “I knew if I get one that the goals will start coming”, he got three more after a mere 75 appearances. Utter rubbish, and watching him play alongside Niall Quinn was just wrong…

  27. tony tony tone Says:

    anyone for…lee crookes,tony vaughan (god he was shocking) steve lomas, lets not forget kevin ellergaard and Seaman for that matter,willo flood, craig russel,barry conlon,gerry creaney, and for anyone over 30yrs or so Robert Hopkins david brightwell, and last but not least nicky sumerbee

  28. tony tony tone Says:

    rick holden, alf inge haaland, eddie mcgoldrick, any milner, bill williams

  29. paul walsh Says:

    The worst player i have ever seen in a city shirt has got to be Wayne Biggins .My Mams better than him could,nt hit the side of a barn.

  30. Jd Says:

    BARR SILKMAN!!!!!!!!!!!

  31. Jd Says:

    BARRY SILKMAN !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  32. Steven Goran Erikkson Says:

    Was he that bad you had to name him twice???

  33. Jd Says:

    NO, IT’S JUST THAT REFERING TO HIM AS BARR WAS AN OBVIOUS MISTAKE, SMART ARSE. E,

  34. TrueBlue Says:

    Steven Goran Erikkson - you truly are a knob.
    Tony tony tone - Totally agree with your shouts on Seaman, Creaney and Vaughan (thought Lomas was reasonable though)

  35. GAGA Says:

    What is wrong with some City fans for starters your saying Christian Negouai, he didn’t play enough to say he was a bad player and from watchin him for our reserves and in Belgium he wasn’t our worst.

    Then people saying ludicrous things like Edghill ans Jeff Whitley, are you on something?

    The guy who said Whitley also said Charvet and I agree that he was worst ever.

    Why people are naming the likes of Crooks, Whitley and Vaughan I do not know. These YOUNG lads were not the greatest footballers ever but they did a job, one of those jobs was getting us out of division two, so all this money might not be there now if it wasn’t for them because its widely known if we didn’t go up we were in financial bother. Fickle City fans will you moaners ever change?

  36. Chris Says:

    Most of the players mentioned actually had one or two glimpses of something. Negouai’s handball against Rotherham got us a vital 3 points. How come George Weah or David Brightwell don’t get a mention? Edghill was quality in his early years, so were a few others mentioned here. I would say Weah for his absolute arrogant lack of any desire or effort, and D.Brightwell for his absolute lack of anything other than a crap haircut.

    Worst current player is by no means Gelson Fernandez, you would surely have to put the likes of Benjani in there - not that he would by any means qualify for worse player ever, just current player perhaps

  37. Craig Says:

    And the nominations from the Salford Blue are in…

    Kare Ingebrigsten
    Adrian (S)Heath
    Alan Harper
    Alan Kernaghan
    Neil Heaney
    Darren Wassall

    And the winner by a landslide is…Adrian (S)Heath.

    Superb alongside Graeme Sharp at Everton, but pathetic at the Academy.
    Found it harder to get dropped than get picked, no matter how poor he was. He must have had something over Kendall.

  38. ‘Ched Evans IS MY HERO! Zabaleta I LOVE YOU!’ Says:

    MY OPINIONS ON PEOPLE WHO HAVE COMMENTED >>>

    WTF “Morten”?

    >>> Course we are old enough to remember them? Surely you are the daft bugger if you think Samaras was okay?

    “Bluephill”

    >>> Edgehill…winning penalty…Wembley…1999?

    “tony tony tone”

    >>> How can you count Etuhu, he has not done anything great, but at the same time, he has not been bad in comparison to some who are mentioned in the article?

    “the tblisi tearaway”

    >>> You are just trying to be too clever for your own good.

    “Oliver Woolf”

    >>> You speak rubbish…back him up for being in a winnign side which he never played in???

    “GED”

    >>> I TOTALLY AGREE WITH YOU, THAT WAS MY SUGGESTION!

    “dave the rave”

    >>> Again trying to be too clever by using words like ‘Contemporaneously’ when you clearly do not know what they mean?

    “TrueBlue”

    >>> Bad suggestion, he wasn’t bad, he just found it hard to adjust, at least he did score.

    “Rick Says:

    Matt (comment 3)

    It particularly irks me when random cretins feel the need to correct punctuation on blogs. You understood the point - Get over it, Can you still read this or does: all the randomly inserted; grammar throw you completely off-side.
    Grow up your really not superior to this guy & no im not going to correct your countless punctuation errors - No one cares but you !!!!!!!!”"

    >>> How ridiculous, and for your benefit, I am a tax lawyer, and far more superior than this man who I actually helped out in a fraud case. So…shut it and get your facts right before you say something? I also found it very difficult to understand your comment. The idiotic use of punctuation in some very ludacris places makes it very difficult to understand.

    “Talljonny”

    >>> That was a small typo and you were still able to understand what I was saying, don’t be so daft.

    “Decker”

    >>> Hahahaa, your comment at least gave me a laugh!

    “Adam”

    >>> Can’t be classed as bad, eh scored in the derby last year and tries very hard.

    “Ian”

    >>> Very accurate commment by you

    “BringBackBananas”

    >>> Made a mistake by congratulating ‘tblisi’.

    “Seattle Blue”

    >>> ‘traffic director’ LOVE IT!

    Bluemoon Says:

    Morten

    >>> I do remember the era of Charvet and Bradbury and I accept that they were pretty poor players. This is my personal opinion, you have every right to disagree with me, I will not complain. Gelson isn’t the worst player in the world but, in a team that can show quality, as we can, he is pretty poor.

    tony tony tone

    >>> Funny you mention Geoff Lomax, I know him quite well and have played cricket with, both, him and his sons and my father coached him at schoolboy level. I never saw him play, nor has he told me about his playing days but as far as i understand he wasn’t the best of players, but had a head that was rather too big for his shoulders.

    the tblisi tearaway

    >>> I have to agree with you. You must understand that I have only been following the Blues since 1992 (year of my birth). It would be therefore difficult for me to review, with a hint of personal feelings, about anything or anyone before 1997 or so.

    dave the rave

    >>> Thankyou for the correction, that is a misunderstanding/misreading of articles on my part. Still, isn’t justice great?!?!?!

    Rick

    >>> He means good. I think

    Talljonny

    >>> Well said

    Numerous

    >>> I did consider other players but I picked Negouai due to the fact that he spent three years at the club and played so little game time.

    Ian

    >>> Fowler was awful. The one moment I will remember him by is that missed penalty againt Boro’ in the final game of the season. If he scored, we were in Europe and…… he didn’t

    “Steven Goran Erikkson”

    >>> War is on! ‘The article is littered with smallish errors and display malfunctions, but I’m not here to criticise.’ Hahahaa, I wish you would say that to me! ‘For a first attempt, this is not a bad effort. Your writing is very informal (it makes Matt’s writing style look like mine!)’ LOVE IT!
    Well done.

    “paul walsh”

    >>> Let’s be honest, your ‘Mam’ is not better than him, that was a silly comment to make.

    “TrueBlue”

    >>> If Steven is a knob, you are a twat

    “GAGA”

    >>> ‘Then people saying ludicrous things like Edghill ans Jeff Whitley, are you on something?’ TOTALLY AGREE >>> ‘Why people are naming the likes of Crooks, Whitley and Vaughan I do not know. These YOUNG lads were not the greatest footballers ever but they did a job, one of those jobs was getting us out of division two, so all this money might not be there now if it wasn’t for them because its widely known if we didn’t go up we were in financial bother. Fickle City fans will you moaners ever change?’ SO TRUE

    Thank you and goodnight

  39. Steven Goran Erikkson Says:

    “If Steven is a knob, you are a twat”

    Matt, Carslberg don’t do friends, but if they did …

  40. Ched Evans IS MY HERO :) Zabaleta I LOVE YOU :) Says:

    Ahahaa, is that a complement to me, or a telling off?

  41. Steven Goran Erikkson Says:

    That is an undoubted complement

  42. blueballs Says:

    how about these tony grealish, jim tolmie, gary megson, kevin bond, steve daily, steve kinsey, gordon davies, jim melrose, derick parlane, justin fashinu, bob taylor, ike immel, laurent charvet, perry suckling, bill williams, maurizio gaudinho, david cross, simon tracy, gerry creany, kenny clements, martin oneil, phil boyer, and many more to many to mention gelson is like pele compared to this lot, but for me the winner has to be the one and only LEE BADBUY 4million biggest waste of club money ever

  43. I smell something Says:

    So to get this right, Ched Evans IS MY HERO Zabaleta I LOVE YOU is a 17 year old tax lawyer, I don’tthink so unlunky on that lie mate.

  44. I smell something Says:

    unlucky*

  45. Steven Goran Erikkson Says:

    Where does it say he is 17?

  46. bluemoon Says:

    May i point out that i’m the one that said that i was 17. Ched Evans…. Is an old family friend and i can assure you that he definitely not 17.

  47. Ched Evans IS MY HERO Zabaleta I LOVE YOU Says:

    Thanks for making me think I am young again!

    Nope, actually, if you really want to know I am 42 years of age and a tax lawyer, ‘bluemoon’ is the son of one of my friends whom I helped with a fraud case. So, in future, please get your facts correct before you make silly comments thinking you are Mr Universe.

Leave a Reply

*
To prove you're a person (not a spam script), type the security word shown in the picture.