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Life's too short (friend of Allardyce killed in bombing)

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chateauferret Flag 25 May 17 11.04am

Originally posted by Beastie

No! An acquaintance died and he resigned the next morning, like you do. And he didnít even consider the millions of pounds he may be owed. Thatís what happened. Show some respect etc.

I hope all those Seaweed fans who were laughing their arses off over the "predicament" that "we" had got ourselves into are feeling f***ing proud of themselves. Arseholes.

 


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View Beastie's Profile Beastie Flag 25 May 17 11.08am Send a Private Message to Beastie Add Beastie as a friend

Originally posted by Beastie

No! An acquaintance died and he resigned the next morning, like you do. And he didnít even consider the millions of pounds he may be owed. Thatís what happened. Show some respect etc.

This was sarcasm. Apologies for any confusion.

 

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View Painter's Profile Painter Flag Croydon 25 May 17 11.10am Send a Private Message to Painter Add Painter as a friend

Originally posted by Midlands Eagle

I hate to seem to be churlish but I'm wondering if the death of his friend was just a co-incidence.

The attack on Manchester Arena happened at about 10:30pm on Monday night with no details released of fatalities for a couple of days yet Sam arranged a meeting with Parish in London on the Tuesday morning, cleared out his desk at Beckenham later that day and released his statement on Tuesday afternoon.

If the death of a friend was a major part of his thinking wouldn't Parish have suggested that he sleep on it for a few days rather than rush into anything?

Are you for real, you have no idea of the relationship the Allardyce family had with the poor woman who died.
He doesn't need the Palace job, he seems to have done what he thought was right for his family. I expect been honest with Parish giving him time to get a new man in.

 

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View Littlebogreek's Profile Littlebogreek Flag 25 May 17 11.11am Send a Private Message to Littlebogreek Add Littlebogreek as a friend

Originally posted by Beastie

This was sarcasm. Apologies for any confusion.

I'm usually a big fan of sarcasm, in this instance where you clearly know as much as the rest of us, a measured response like the majority of others would probably have been more suitable rather than behaving like a c*nt.

Yellow card will be totally worth it.

Edited by Littlebogreek (25 May 2017 11.12am)

 

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View Bangell's Profile Bangell Flag Oxford 25 May 17 11.20am Send a Private Message to Bangell Add Bangell as a friend

If we get relegated next season, can we blame ISIS?

 

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View martin2412's Profile martin2412 Flag The Big Wide World 25 May 17 11.20am Send a Private Message to martin2412 Add martin2412 as a friend

I'm really gutted that Sam has decided to call it a day, although I understand and respect his decision.

It's a myth about Sam playing the long ball game, and he seems to get the best out of what's at his disposal. As far as I'm concerned, he was the best thing to happen to Palace for a good few years.

All the best in your retirement Sam. Thanks for everything.

 

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View Littlebogreek's Profile Littlebogreek Flag 25 May 17 11.21am Send a Private Message to Littlebogreek Add Littlebogreek as a friend

Originally posted by Bangell

If we get relegated next season, can we blame ISIS?

I hate all the political correctness in this country but have a bit of respect will you.

 

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View gerry theagle's Profile gerry theagle Flag newbury 25 May 17 11.25am Send a Private Message to gerry theagle Add gerry theagle as a friend

Thanks Sam you did a great job for us,got us out of the mire we were in and now well earned time with your family awaits.Enjoy.

 

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View Michaelawt85's Profile Michaelawt85 Flag Bexley 25 May 17 11.32am Send a Private Message to Michaelawt85 Add Michaelawt85 as a friend

I am going to sound a bit blunt here but sometimes things need spelling out...

People might not have been named but it doesn't take a rocket scientist to work out that as the hours tick by people who are still missing in the location of a bomb are more than likely seriously injured or dead. Families of such people would have been asked to provide items such as toothbrushes or hair brushes to aid the identification. People don't tend to be in easily identifiable states following bomb blasts . Families and immediate friends would have been aware they had someone missing , they may have been aware the person they think is a relative had been recovered but were awaiting a 'formal'confirmation. They may have all 'known'

Edited by Michaelawt85 (25 May 2017 11.34am)

 


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View Littlebogreek's Profile Littlebogreek Flag 25 May 17 11.34am Send a Private Message to Littlebogreek Add Littlebogreek as a friend

Originally posted by Michaelawt85

I am going to sound a bit blunt here but sometimes things need spelling out...

People might not have been named but it doesn't take a rocket scientist to work out that as the hours tick by people who are still missing in the location of a bomb are more than likely seriously injured or dead. Families of such people would have been asked to provide items such as toothbrushes or hair brushes to aid the identification. People don't tend to be in easily identifiable states following bomb blasts . Families and immediate friends would have been aware they had someone missing , they may have been aware the person they think is a relative had been recovered but were awaiting a 'formal'confirmation. They may have all 'known'

Edited by Michaelawt85 (25 May 2017 11.34am)

Furthermore, the families and friends know far sooner than the papers or idiots on forums.

Well said Michaela, shame it needed spelling out.

Edited by Littlebogreek (25 May 2017 11.35am)

 

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View fed up eagle's Profile fed up eagle Flag Between Horley, Surrey and Preston... 25 May 17 11.37am Send a Private Message to fed up eagle Add fed up eagle as a friend

I don't have a problem with Allardyce. I like him a manager and character and I'm also grateful that he kept us in the Prem for another season. Gutted he's gone. Maybe he felt he had a point to prove after the England debacle. I guess we'll never know the real reasons.

 

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View Beastie's Profile Beastie Flag 25 May 17 11.47am Send a Private Message to Beastie Add Beastie as a friend

I may be a c*nt but really, people trying to link football matters to the tragic events in Manchester are the ones being glib.

With regards to Allardyce, no sob story is needed. The man is doing what is right for him and heís perfectly entitled to.

I hope he takes it easy.

 

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