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Old 16-08-2018, 01:36 PM
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Apparently Clattenburg is a top ref as well. If you believe that you'll believe anything.
WTF.....are you saying he's not!!!
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Old 16-08-2018, 02:32 PM
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If he played for city ot spurs it would never be mentiomef again. They will probably blame his agent for him playing for IC and poorly advising him to stay at CP if he goes to a top 6 club. If not it will be because he can't cope. There is an agenda in the media. They choose to spin stories ignoring the truth. The sad thing is swathes of the public lap it all up and regurgitated it ignoring what they see with their own eyes. NHS....more investment....Rail Network big investment Wilf Zaha a cheating over rated over priced diver.....erm.
Just like Cantona’s on pitch violence is all conveniently overlooked or forgotten. Several criminal incidents re stamping on players never gets mentioned.
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Old 16-08-2018, 02:43 PM
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Just like Cantona’s on pitch violence is all conveniently overlooked or forgotten. Several criminal incidents re stamping on players never gets mentioned.
Quite and It's okay for those Dullard United Moamie Bollox to taunt us over it every f****** time we meet. He should have been locked up because of the potential problems his action could have caused. A full bodied riot because he took offence at something that was said. W******. If I did that in my job I'd be sacked.
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Old 16-08-2018, 03:14 PM
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Worth reiterating once again that following that difficult under 21 tournament in the summer of 2013, Zaha was in fact called up for the very next full England international, an early season friendly against Scotland, and indeed he was brought off the bench to play the last 10 minutes of that game.

In other words, because a young England qualified player had just joined Manchester United, the England hierarchy were happy to overlook whatever difficulties had been experienced during the under 21 tournament. It was only once Zaha fell out of favour at United and ended up back at Palace that those difficulties become more of an illustration of his 'attitude problem' to be rehashed ad nauseum by the likes of Henry Winter in the press.

In a similar vein, Manchester United player Michael Carrick threw his toys out of the pram when asked to go on the standby list for Euro 2012 and refused to do so. Terrible attitude. Yet within 6 months he found himself captaining England in a World Cup qualifier, and the incident is never mentioned by the media except in a sympathetic light when he blamed it on 'depression' in his recent autobiography. Jimmy Hill.
Indeed. On the plus side, it does mean that the chances of Wilf returning to Old Trafford are slimmer than they might otherwise have been.

Imagine how much seeing 'Wilf 2018' in a red and white shirt would hurt....
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Old 16-08-2018, 03:35 PM
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Wasn’t Ryan Giggs who was earmarked as his mentor only for him to bitch to everyone. We are lucky Fergie retired as under him he’d have flourished there.

He developed youth - Moyes needed instant results- Moyes preferred a sideways or back ward pass to a ball being put “at risk” in an exciting dribble or beating a defender. Where’s Moyes now?
I had forgotten who it was but I think you are right. Wilf won't be playing for wales then He will be gutted.......
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Old 16-08-2018, 04:23 PM
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Just a thought , will any of the other players feel they deserve a pay rise ? Luka , Andros , PVA , etc all critical to us - will they be thinking Wilf had new contract last year and again now . Wilf is probably the best Palace player I can recall ( I have been following Palace since early 70s ) but I am not sure what what real difference this new contract will make if one of the top six offer silly money for him .
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Delighted Zaha has a 5 year deal!

My all time favourite Palace player now. I imagine a large portion of our fans would say the same, even those in old age!

Also delighted there is no release clause-assuming what I have read is true.
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Old 16-08-2018, 07:53 PM
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Wasn’t Ryan Giggs who was earmarked as his mentor only for him to bitch to everyone. We are lucky Fergie retired as under him he’d have flourished there.

He developed youth - Moyes needed instant results- Moyes preferred a sideways or back ward pass to a ball being put “at risk” in an exciting dribble or beating a defender. Where’s Moyes now?

Totally agree. I hate Fergie and the Mancs but that man knew how to get the best out of young talent. He would have definitely got the best out of Wilf.
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