Bob Singleton

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About Bob Singleton

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  • Birthday 11/24/1959

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    Chelsea since 1968

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    Milton Keynes
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    Photography, music, current affairs, sport and weeding out members of cults wherever they may be found.

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  1. You just ducked an argument you knew you would lose by your tried and tested method of deflection... a true disciple of JM.
  2. Interesting to note that Droy studiously ignored this post and instead responded to another, bringing up the name of Allardyce for some reason (known only to himself)
  3. All too true, I'm afraid.
  4. Obviously not old enough to remember the Leeds team of the late 60s through much of the 70s then ;-)
  5. Massive 3 points at this stage of the season. Even when we're not at our best we still keep winning. That can do nothing but demoralise the chasing pack who have fewer and fewer fixtures in which to catch us up.
  6. ^ I was thinking the same... do you have a hands-free steering wheel, Mark? ;-)
  7. On Matic... You may not rate him, some "know all" fans may not rate him, yet managers still pick him! I wonder why? Furthermore, being in the majority does NOT mean you are right... it just means that there are more stupid people than sensible people!
  8. After a short lay-off due to injury, I see Tammy Abraham is back and scoring again tonight!
  9. Man Utd charged with failing to control players. No news yet on the stamp on Hazard though.
  10. N'Golo Kanté v Paul Pogba... ⅓ of the cost, half his size, but twice the player!!!
  11. Well, there's a surprise... NOT!
  12. I thought that, too. You expect the Daily Fail to make such mistakes, given they sacked many of their subs (who proof read articles prior to publication) a while back... but the BBC??? Oh dear!
  13. This made me laugh...
  14. That'll please Droy!
  15. I imagine it's less a "quick... someone else wants him" type of reaction and more a pay rise for doing a better than anticipated job this season. He was given a 3 year contract (until summer 2019) and from what the papers are saying it's a 2 year extension until summer 2021. There was an interview recently (certainly the Guardian carried it, though it seemed more like a sit-down with several written-press journalists than an exclusive one-to-one) where he said he's enjoying living and working in a new country and that he should have left Italy years ago... on that basis I doubt he's thinking of returning there after just one season.