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  1. 4 minutes ago, leedsvaliant said:

    To be honest he doesn't look much different on or off the pitch. He dresses like an 8 year old off the pitch and he's a <ovf censored> on it....I can't imagine him being a wonderful, compassionate human being off the pitch. Hence why he has fallen out with people at every club he has played at.

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    We judging people on how they dress now? Proper daily mail reader aren’t ya 

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  2. 8 minutes ago, JSValiant said:

    Obviously I want and think the Vale can win Thursday and at Wembley.

    But if we don’t get promoted would fans rather lose in the Semifinals or at Wembley.

    Having witnessed the defeat to West Brom in 1993, it is the worst feeling I’ve ever felt after losing, seeing all the opposition   fans and players celebrating etc.  
    Obviously Financially for the club, the Final would be the answer but the disappointment would it be worse ?

    Didn't do Exeter much harm?

  3. 21 minutes ago, Houston Valiant said:

    No, not from the tele . It just showed his antics more clearly on ESPN than it would on iFollow.  He has history , or hadn’t you noticed. So let him know all you want. He may be sitting on your lap if Connor Hall gets near him Thursday. You two can have a nice chat. 

    I love armchair clinical psychologists. I know his history on the pitch but have known him off the pitch for about 8 years too. But you were the one who mentioned demons based on ESPN lol. What the <ovf censored> you going on about? 

  4. Just now, Houston Valiant said:

    From what I saw of him yesterday , I don’t think he has grown up at all, and I don’t think he ever will. He did score twice , to be fair , but his whole approach is very childish.For example,  Frank Worthington was a real character in a decade of many, but McKirdy will never be a man like him. Too many demons there , I’d say. 

    I’ll let him know you’ve psychologically analysed him from off the tele across the pond. Jesus. 

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  5. 4 minutes ago, Tony Rodriguez said:

    The lack of empathy towards certain individuals on here is quite shocking. Lots of people have issues for various reasons which manifest themselves in different ways. As a result some people behave in a way that is not the way most "normal" people behave.

    When I saw "little Jonny" on the Sunderland documentary my reaction was very different.

    If everyone behaved in the same way the world would be a very boring place.

       

    The lack of empathy in general in society is shocking. That’s what a decade of Tory rule will get you. 

  6. 30 minutes ago, DazFred said:

    Grown up a bit?

    He's 25,sticks his tongue out all the time,spits all the time too.

    In his interview he looked likely a rude little boy at school with a silly smirk on his face. Running away from Connor Hall made him look like the coward he is. This is the player who went in late on Colchesters keeper who got sent off for retaliation.

    I don't condone Covolans actions but we were right behind it and McTurdy never looked at the ball,just ran towards Covolan and Lucas fell for it.

    One of these games he'll wind someone up and they'll break his legs cos he wears little boys shinpads too.

    Not having a go at you but there's 10 year olds with more maturity than him

     

    I do actually know him though. His on pitch personality is quite different to his off pitch one. 

     

    Still be giving it to him Thursday night though he knows that!

  7. 6 minutes ago, Emile said:

    Think he has insighted some of the negative feeling about the club from certain fans here at a time where things should be unbelievably positive compared to the last 10 years. 

     

    I wouldn't attend a game for TP anymore sorry. 

    Me neither. I don’t think many would now either. The bloke is a tool. 

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  8. 4 hours ago, Jacko51 said:

    Needs to ask himself why so many previous managers hadn’t done so. 

    From what I know of him he seems to have grown up a bit finally and is training harder than ever. A bit like when Pope did a proper pre season that didn’t involve drinking 6 cans every night and smoking outside the sneyd arms. Look what happened to him that year. I find the vitriol for McKirdy petty especially from a fan base who cheered on Lee Hughes and Gary Roberts not that long ago. 

  9. Just now, Walka003 said:


     

     


    6 games ago we were flying, in that time we have been in front of the cameras twice and in front of big crowds twice. And folded.

    Very emotional tonight after watching that, and I hope I'm wrong, but I've got little hope for Thursday.

     

    You do realise the other team is trying to win as well don’t you? 

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  10. 8 minutes ago, Walka003 said:

    So moving one end to another is going to make a difference to a team that's bottled 5 out of there last 6 games?

    5 out of 6? 

    6 games ago we beat Hartlepool. 

    since then we have played two teams that have gone up automatically, the highest scoring team in the league away and a team we never beat who wanted to beat us for their cup final and for taking their gaffer off them. To say we bottled it is not fair. 

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  11. 25 minutes ago, Vale Ball said:
    52 minutes ago, werstayinup said:
    He only came here because nobody else would take him on and it was close to family for him,Askey didn't want him(thats why he was a late signing) and all that is FACT,also a massive stoke fan(thats not the problem as we have had them at the club) who openly admits he hates the Vale and as you say he DID say he would never be seen in a Vale shirt(well until nobody wanted him),when picked he couldn't be arsed so for me he could of stayed here for 3 years but he would never be a 20 goal forward for us simply because he didn't want to be.
    No doubting his talent,showed it at Carlise and Swindon but would NEVER do so for us,a massive knob 

    Came here through Golf club connections.

    Through John Rudge 

  12. 50 minutes ago, werstayinup said:

    He only came here because nobody else would take him on and it was close to family for him,Askey didn't want him(thats why he was a late signing) and all that is FACT,also a massive stoke fan(thats not the problem as we have had them at the club) who openly admits he hates the Vale and as you say he DID say he would never be seen in a Vale shirt(well until nobody wanted him),when picked he couldn't be arsed so for me he could of stayed here for 3 years but he would never be a 20 goal forward for us simply because he didn't want to be.

    No doubting his talent,showed it at Carlise and Swindon but would NEVER do so for us,a massive knob 

    He is a Chelsea fan, not stoke. 

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  13. 1 hour ago, TJHValiant said:

    I agree with the critics points, but ultimately the guy is a club legend. If Pope, a 2nd highest ever goal scorer and 3 time player of the year doesn’t get a testimonial who would? 
     

     

    Players with 10 years service like every other club? Players who don't get paid to slag us off in the paper? 

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  14. 4 minutes ago, rayzer said:

    I hope this game does not happen. I would have been first in the queue for his testimonial under normal circumstances but the way he left the club and his digs at the club showed his lack of class and to me does not now deserve a testimonial. I might be among a minority but I will not give him any of my money.

    These games are normally for players with 10 years service aren't they?

    If Pope gets one then Dodds should too

  15. 58 minutes ago, jeffers said:

    Exactly my thoughts, can’t see Piergianni wanting to be playing National League next season. That would bolster the central defence and particularly if we could get Cass signed-up as well. Don’t see Benning or Hussey being the number 1 choice on the left so both wing back positions may need strengthening. A lot depends on Gibbo’s situation.

    Walker, Garrity & Conlon would be my first choice midfield. Add a creative midfielder to offer cover / plan B.

    Proctor & Wilson are fine if they get the proper service, too much dropping off to get the ball. A nippy, horrible pacey striker in the mould of McKirdy / Telford to offer a plan B.

    Easy isn’t it. 😄

    Let's not sign centre backs who have played 39 games in a team relegated from the league this season. 

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