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Sluffy

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As some may know I'm not the biggest fan of LoV and seldom read it so you may be somewhat surprised I'm highlighting it with this thread.

The reason I am is that they have Marc Iles on their podcast tonight.

Iles has been on before but this time the timing is different, Holdsworth has gone, Anderson has Eddie Davies like ownership of the club now and now the embargo has been lifted.

Both the LoV, and Iles plus the ST (mustn't forget them) have stood together (in my opinion as well as many others) as a rallying point for the pro-Holdsworth, anti-Anderson camp - so it will be interesting to hear what views they hold now.

Will they at last criticise St Dean for anything at all - I don't remember any of them doing so far even though he doesn't seem to have put anything into the club other than the BM loan (and even that was £1 million less than what he took out), the refusal (or probably inability) to pay half the clubs running costs along with Anderson paying the other half, and taking money out of the club being the highest paid 'employee' for nothing more than a notional job title.

Maybe even say some of the stuff they know and couldn't before for whatever reasons?

Will they give credit to Anderson for anything or do they still apparently want him out ASAP?

Can either of them find it within themselves to criticise the behaviour of the ST, in particular its chair Daniel Izza and his negative tweets and bizarre mini 'vlog' against the club and implied honesty of Andersons?

Obviously there are other issues for them to get their teeth into too such as our league position, the tenure of Parkinson as manager, will we be signing Spearing, O'Brien, Baptista or anyone else, should the ST backdown over the ACV and much else - but I'll be listening about their views on Anderson and Holdsworth.

Will they swerve the issue or deal with it head on?

When a link is available for the podcast we will post it up or alternatively Kane57 can post it up on here once he's done it.



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Natasha Whittam

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Nat Lofthouse
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Sluffy wrote:The reason I am is that they have Marc Iles on their podcast tonight.


I'd rather listen to a Chris Amos podcast.

Sluffy

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Natasha Whittam wrote:
Sluffy wrote:The reason I am is that they have Marc Iles on their podcast tonight.


I'd rather listen to a Chris Amos podcast.

Do you know I'd probably tune in for one of those, I'm sure it would be funny (intentionally or not!).

Natasha Whittam

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Sluffy wrote:Do you know I'd probably tune in for one of those, I'm sure it would be funny (intentionally or not!).

I'm sure you could sort it out. Get KP on the job.

Sluffy

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Natasha Whittam wrote:
Sluffy wrote:Do you know I'd probably tune in for one of those, I'm sure it would be funny (intentionally or not!).

I'm sure you could sort it out. Get KP on the job.

He's to busy driving buses these days.

Amos not KP - but now that I think about it...

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On the Buses,now there was a show. Nat would make a great Olive. Very Happy
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Kane57

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Sluffy wrote:As some may know I'm not the biggest fan of LoV and seldom read it so you may be somewhat surprised I'm highlighting it with this thread.

The reason I am is that they have Marc Iles on their podcast tonight.

Iles has been on before but this time the timing is different, Holdsworth has gone, Anderson has Eddie Davies like ownership of the club now and now the embargo has been lifted.

Both the LoV, and Iles plus the ST (mustn't forget them) have stood together (in my opinion as well as many others) as a rallying point for the pro-Holdsworth, anti-Anderson camp - so it will be interesting to hear what views they hold now.

Will they at last criticise St Dean for anything at all - I don't remember any of them doing so far even though he doesn't seem to have put anything into the club other than the BM loan (and even that was £1 million less than what he took out), the refusal (or probably inability) to pay half the clubs running costs along with Anderson paying the other half, and taking money out of the club being the highest paid 'employee' for nothing more than a notional job title.

Maybe even say some of the stuff they know and couldn't before for whatever reasons?

Will they give credit to Anderson for anything or do they still apparently want him out ASAP?

Can either of them find it within themselves to criticise the behaviour of the ST, in particular its chair Daniel Izza and his negative tweets and bizarre mini 'vlod' against the club and implied honesty of Andersons?

Obviously there are other issues for them to get their teeth into too such as our league position, the tenure of Parkinson as manager, will we be signing Spearing, O'Brien, Baptista or anyone else, should the ST backdown over the ACV and much else - but I'll be listening about their views on Anderson and Holdsworth.

Will they swerve the issue or deal with it head on?

When a link is available for the podcast we will post it up or alternatively Kane57 can post it up on here once he's done it.

Come on it if you want. You'll see we/I aren't pro-anyone bar Bolton Wanderers.

Still not sure where this bit about being so desperate to see Anderson leave has come from, apart from the Wways narrative

Sluffy

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Kane57 wrote:Come on it if you want. You'll see we/I aren't pro-anyone bar Bolton Wanderers.

Still not sure where this bit about being so desperate to see Anderson leave has come from, apart from the Wways narrative

Thanks for the invite but again I politely decline.

I'm not naturally gifted at presenting myself like you and Marc Iles are - full credit to both of you in that - I'm more a person who likes to think and cogitate on things, weighing the pros and cons and checking facts, before expressing myself, which obviously would not be found pleasing to those having to endure my endless delays whilst pondering and processing stuff in my mind during any live podcast I may have been on.

I'm also not pompous enough to self publicise myself and pontificate and allude to darker things such as the current chair of the ST Mr Izza has done in his recent 'nose' vlog video.

But mainly because no one wants to listen to what I think - and why should they?


As for your and the LoV's negative image on the club and Mr Anderson, it is because that is how you are widely perceived to be - not because I or Wways say you are.

Best of luck with your podcast tonight - I look forward to hearing it in due course.

Kane57

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Nicolas Anelka
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Well that's a shame. I've asked the same question on Wways am expecting the same answer. Easy to snipe online I suppose - that's them, mainly, not you.

Either way I have added all your points above to the agenda so will be curious as to whether you're satisfied with the answers.

Sluffy

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Kane57 wrote:Well that's a shame. I've asked the same question on Wways am expecting the same answer. Easy to snipe online I suppose - that's them, mainly, not you.

Either way I have added sell your points above to the agenda so will be curious as to whether you're satisfied with the answers.

Yes it is easier to snipe on line - there is no argument about that and probably many consider I do.

However I like to think there is a validity in what I say and wherever possible I back that up with facts were I am able to.

I would be a like fish out of water on your podcast - I know my limitations and public speaking is not one of my greatest strengths - I've spoken in front of audiences many times in the past and the way I had to deal with them successfully is to brief myself thoroughly prior to the meetings and anything outside of my knowledge and research, was to take details at the time and respond to people in the days following.

I'm not quick witted and charismatic (which I would class both you and Iles are) but I am thorough and considered extremely professional with a 'safe pair of hands' (which I would class you and Iles not to be - no offence intended).

I have of course retired since those days in any event.

Thank you for adding my points to your agenda and I will give you my feedback of what I thought in relation to what was said on them in due course.

Once again I hope your podcast goes well.

Kane57

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Nicolas Anelka
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Ta. If you think of anything else you (or anyone) would like to hear discussed then just let me know before 9pm.

Kane57

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Nicolas Anelka
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Will post a link tomorrow. It's a long one at 1h 45m but I thought it was very interesting. Addressed all your points, Sluffster.

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Kane57 wrote:Sluffster.
:sick:

Kane57

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Nicolas Anelka
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I thought that's what you all call him

Sluffy

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They call me a whole lot worse than that!

Very Happy



Pleased it went well for you.

I'll look forward to listening to it when I have a spare hour or two.

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Kane57 wrote:I thought that's what you all call him
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wanderlust

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If there actually were any key/interesting points made that didn't come straight out of the the public relations 101 manual is it possible to summarise them for the benefit of those of us with lives?

Leeds_Trotter

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wanderlust wrote:If there actually were any key/interesting points made that didn't come straight out of the the public relations 101 manual is it possible to summarise them for the benefit of those of us with lives?
1 hours worth of it will be swearing.

Kane57

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Nicolas Anelka
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Leeds_Trotter wrote:
wanderlust wrote:If there actually were any key/interesting points made that didn't come straight out of the the public relations 101 manual is it possible to summarise them for the benefit of those of us with lives?
1 hours worth of it will be swearing.

Why would it be swearing?

Leeds_Trotter

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Kane57 wrote:
Leeds_Trotter wrote:
wanderlust wrote:If there actually were any key/interesting points made that didn't come straight out of the the public relations 101 manual is it possible to summarise them for the benefit of those of us with lives?
1 hours worth of it will be swearing.

Why would it be swearing?
Usually is. Most the stuff on that site contains foul language.

Kane57

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Nicolas Anelka
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Most? Show me something from the last week with swearing in it

Natasha Whittam

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Leeds_Trotter wrote:Usually is. Most the stuff on that site contains foul language.

You fuckwit. Do you go to the match and ask people to stop swearing?

Leeds_Trotter

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Tony Kelly
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Kane57 wrote:Most? Show me something from the last week with swearing in it
The last podcast

Kane57

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Nicolas Anelka
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Fuck off cleanshirt. Thanks for listening anyway

Leeds_Trotter

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Tony Kelly
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Kane57 wrote:Fuck off cleanshirt. Thanks for listening anyway
I didn't listen in, I was discussing the site with someone. Wouldn't listen to you lot if ya paid me. The site is trash.

Kane57

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Nicolas Anelka
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You have the worst comebacks. You don't read the site but you know it's trash, and you don't listen, but was talking to someone (about a podcast you've never listened to but still hate) and this person told you that Wednesday's podcast was an hour of swearing?

Fantastic

Kane57

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Nicolas Anelka
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Sluffy wrote:As some may know I'm not the biggest fan of LoV and seldom read it so you may be somewhat surprised I'm highlighting it with this thread.

The reason I am is that they have Marc Iles on their podcast tonight.

Iles has been on before but this time the timing is different, Holdsworth has gone, Anderson has Eddie Davies like ownership of the club now and now the embargo has been lifted.

Both the LoV, and Iles plus the ST (mustn't forget them) have stood together (in my opinion as well as many others) as a rallying point for the pro-Holdsworth, anti-Anderson camp - so it will be interesting to hear what views they hold now.

Will they at last criticise St Dean for anything at all - I don't remember any of them doing so far even though he doesn't seem to have put anything into the club other than the BM loan (and even that was £1 million less than what he took out), the refusal (or probably inability) to pay half the clubs running costs along with Anderson paying the other half, and taking money out of the club being the highest paid 'employee' for nothing more than a notional job title.

Maybe even say some of the stuff they know and couldn't before for whatever reasons?

Will they give credit to Anderson for anything or do they still apparently want him out ASAP?

Can either of them find it within themselves to criticise the behaviour of the ST, in particular its chair Daniel Izza and his negative tweets and bizarre mini 'vlog' against the club and implied honesty of Andersons?

Obviously there are other issues for them to get their teeth into too such as our league position, the tenure of Parkinson as manager, will we be signing Spearing, O'Brien, Baptista or anyone else, should the ST backdown over the ACV and much else - but I'll be listening about their views on Anderson and Holdsworth.

Will they swerve the issue or deal with it head on?

When a link is available for the podcast we will post it up or alternatively Kane57 can post it up on here once he's done it.

It'll be up on iTunes shortly. Just went past 55,000 total downloads, quite happy with that.

Leeds_Trotter

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Tony Kelly
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Kane57 wrote:You have the worst comebacks. You don't read the site but you know it's trash, and you don't listen, but was talking to someone (about a podcast you've never listened to but still hate) and this person told you that Wednesday's podcast was an hour of swearing?

Fantastic
Comebacks? Are we in school or something? I heard it a few times when Lennon was in charge. Think it was around the time Madine offered you out. Got sick of the constant swearing, think I posted one here about it before. Yeah was telling a friend how I used to enjoy the men in white podcast, and he mentioned he listens to yours. Not that I have to explain myself to you mind. If you are happy doing what you are doing fair enough. Keep going.

Kane57

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Nicolas Anelka
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Superb

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