Middlesbrough Message Board
Fat , Ugly & racist....Chubbs would be proud to hear such complements.
You are funnier though that's for sure...however, and I am sorry to wreck your illusions of comedy genius, you come across more like a clown funny..or a trained chimp.
So how about amusing us some more (throws a banana) come Jabba, dance for us.
We love you too Jabs, good to see the knuckle dragging hasn't effected your dazzling sense of humour and you still rank alongside other great Geordie comedians such as the the Krankies.
To be honest, I have been hugely impressed by Newcastle this year, they have achieved far more than anyone could have predicted (especially I am sure by Newcastle fans themselves) some great performances this season.
Perhaps Mike Ashley is the right man for the job after all and didn't deserve the criticism he received.
Anyway, I left a banana for you in the Newcastle forum...go fetch boy. ;o)
- Boro CJ Boro CJ Apr 21, 2012 16:27 Flag
In a twist...you mean like typing HAHA over and over because I made you look like a knuckle dragging primate once again?
Or were you laughing at your own humour?
Well someone has to I suppose.
Anyway less of that, its good to see someone other than myself on this message board even if it is of the simian variety.
Righto, I am off for a beer to watch us get stuffed by Southampton.
LUKAS Jutkiewicz has opened talks with Boro and could complete a deal by the weekend.
Coventry and Boro have agreed on a fee for the 22-year-old hitman believed to be in the region of £1.5m rising to £2m.
It’s now a case of player and club agreeing personal terms and talks are underway.
City were reluctant to allow Jutkiewicz to leave until they could recruit a replacement striker.
But that issue was resolved yesterday when the Championship strugglers signed Manchester City striker Alex Nimely on loan.
Nimely, of course, spent three months with Boro earlier this season, though failed to score in 10 appearances.
Jutkiewicz is Tony Mowbray’s No 1 January transfer target and almost signed in August before City pulled the plug at the 11th hour.
Read More http://www.gazettelive.co.uk/boro-fc/boro-fc-news/2012/01/12/boro-open-talks-with-striker-lukas-jutkiewicz-84229-30108905/#ixzz1jFVbevLd
- Boro CJ Boro CJ Sep 17, 2010 16:45 Flag
Yeah, tell us about it. I really think most Boro supporters welcomed a change when Southgate went, however many, myself included would now gladly take him back with open arms. Its hard to say what would have happened if Southgate had stayed but I cant really imagine he could have done any worse.
Strachan's time is running out, a lucky win against Burnley has given him some breathing room but if we are to contend for promotion this season things need to be sorted before the end of October for us to have any chance of a playoff position.
Favourites for promotion , Ha ! I bet the bookies are pi$$ing themselves.
Yep well done lads, fully deserved to go back up, you took all your games by the scruff and got stuck in...wish the same could be said for our shower of #$%$Hopefully we'll be seeing you again soon.
- Boro CJ Boro CJ Jan 19, 2010 17:39 Flag
Yes, the rough translation reads;
"Lucky for us that my @ #$%$ hole is like a clowns pocket, we are going to be fisted by an elephant many more times this season".
- Boro CJ Boro CJ Jan 14, 2010 17:21 Flag
Hopefully Alan they will get stuck in more than the likes of Shawky, Digard, Mido and various other foreign soft @rses, and compared to Scotland Middlesbrough will feel like the Caribbean.
There were rumours of Gibson selling up to Alastair and Michael Powell, owners of the Cleveland Cable Company, but so far nothing concrete.
The Newcastle game had some positives, we did have a good go at them, showed plenty of fight, had some good possession, and perhaps deserved better luck with a couple of the refs decisions..but ultimately (and this hurts to admit) the better team won, the quality of their strikers far exceeded ours... we do create plenty of chances and Lita gets in some good positions but he seems far too greedy and should look to pass the ball instead of shooting sometimes. A couple of quality strikers and a strong holding midfielder would help us immensely, lets see if Gibson wants to invest more money.
- Boro CJ Boro CJ Dec 15, 2009 01:42 Flag
Jigsaw...I dont think Stanley is a Boro supporter...hence he can see us joining Newcastle at the top...I would guess this is a view NOT shared by anyone from Middlesbrough, after yet another dismal home performance.
A win against Newcastle would do wonders for our confidence and could get us back into the play-off places..but going on current from, I really cant see that happening.
Hopefully they will prove me wrong.
I just think we need some time to get a stronger squad together, like you say sign some decent midfielder players and forwards who can create the goals we need. Most worrying, our habit of conceding goals in the last few minutes has to be addressed. We do have some quality defenders, but when we had players like Boateng & Cattermole they would win the ball and break up an opponents attack before they had a chance to threaten our goal, at the moment we give the ball away far too easily and there needs to be players who can get stuck in and win it back. In a nutshell our midfield is far too weak, we need a Roy Keane or a Robbie Savage.
Whether Strachan is manager or not is irrelevant, until we solve these fundamental problems we are where we are.
Get used to mediocrity ?.....Like we are accustomed to greatness ???
Boro have done well for themselves in the last ten years or so when you take into consideration the population of Teesside, funds available etc.
Many of us remember the gates being locked in 1985 when the club went under, but we came back from that and went on to out-perform many, so called 'bigger' teams for years.
We will be back again one day, maybe not this year or next, but rest assured we will be back with Strachan or without him, until then I can put up with mediocrity...can you Alan?
- Boro CJ Boro CJ Oct 26, 2009 23:26 Flag
Hey up Davey lad, wise words as usual. I reckon some of our players could benefit from a swift kick in the #$%$ from a feisty Scottish dwarf, at least he will have more touchline presence than Southgate..who most times showed as much fire as a glass of water. Yes it can be argued that his track record is nothing to shout about..but at least he HAS been around the track a few times and hopefully we will benefit from his previous experiences at Coventry, Southampton etc.
As for our fans..Cant blame them not turning up after being stuffed 5 nil by West Brom and then having to listen to GS talking about "taking positives away from that defeat" and "showing that we can move on" Southgate had a fair chance, 3 years in fact when many Chairmen would have sacked him long ago.
It is the fans that ultimately pay players wages and keep the club running so its good to see Gibson listening to public opinion.
Good comeback from your mob on Saturday btw.
- Boro CJ Boro CJ Oct 21, 2009 17:27 Flag
GS for GS...at least they wont have to change the sign on the managers car parking space....Another cost cutting exercise ?
I agree, the local lads should be given a chance, if we go up great..if not we will be better prepared next season. Letting go the likes of Tuncay & Huth will give the younger lads a chance to shine, what they need is first team games under their belts something that wasn't happening last season.
Nice one lol. I wish I had your confidence in Boro for the coming season ! After last years lacklustre performances it will be interesting to see how we perform in the championship. Good luck to the Lions this season.
- Boro CJ Boro CJ Jul 17, 2009 19:19 Flag
The question is who could we replace them with now?
Downing has had his critics, myself included, but there were times when him & Tuncay were our best players last season, at least they tried and kept running to the end.
Tuncay will do well with better service and a creative midfield to back him, I can see him step straight into a top table team no bother.
If we can keep hold of Adam Johnson we at least have a replacement for Downing, arguably better.