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1Muamba hits out! Empty Muamba hits out! on Tue Dec 03 2013, 23:34

BoltonTillIDie

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Nat Lofthouse
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Fabrice Muamba is hitting out tonight on his twitter account, saying we deserve better.  Saying he was never offered a job a bwfc.  Have a read...

2Muamba hits out! Empty Re: Muamba hits out! on Tue Dec 03 2013, 23:40

BoltonTillIDie

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Nat Lofthouse
" inconsistent team selection, not all players giving 100% , no belief at all... Need I go on?”keep it coming"


"Gartside , no ambition at all.”don't make me start on HIM"

"Fear factor gone from the reebok.”seem any team can beat Bolton. To many averages players in the team"


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In fact I suspect he may have been hacked. Not his style is it really...or at least I dont think so...

3Muamba hits out! Empty Re: Muamba hits out! on Tue Dec 03 2013, 23:47

guest66


Mario Jardel
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@fmuamba: “@MatthewIcke: @fmuamba need u back son!!”I love the fans but people in the board room bunch of idiots 


Fmuamba@ Megson tried to break me and coyle tried to kill me.



Must of been hacked surely..

4Muamba hits out! Empty Re: Muamba hits out! on Wed Dec 04 2013, 06:00

Reebok Trotter

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Nat Lofthouse
No way have those quotes come from Fabrice.

5Muamba hits out! Empty Re: Muamba hits out! on Wed Dec 04 2013, 11:45

Boggersbelief

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Nat Lofthouse
Maybe he was tipsy

6Muamba hits out! Empty Re: Muamba hits out! on Wed Dec 04 2013, 11:59

Natasha Whittam

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Maybe it was years of pent up frustration finally being released.

Although I do see the irony of his "too many average players in the team" quote.

7Muamba hits out! Empty Re: Muamba hits out! on Wed Dec 04 2013, 12:36

BoltonTillIDie

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It's made the Bolton News - but has yet to be verified...

FABRICE Muamba has appeared to hit out at Bolton Wanderers following Tuesday night’s home defeat to Huddersfield.
A series of tweets on his official Twitter account criticised the team, the players and the people who run the club.
The tweets, which were deleted the following morning, included describing the people in the Wanderers boardroom as “a bunch of idiots” and the current team as having too many average players.
One tweet said the Bolton fans deserve better than what they are getting and that “it seems everybody can beat Bolton these days”.
When pressed by a follower on whether he had ever been offered a job at the club, the response was “never ever”.
The Bolton News has contacted Muamba, who has more than half a million followers on Twitter, but he has so far declined to comment on the tweets.
A message later appeared on his account saying: "Didn't mean to upset anyone last night. I'm just passionate about the club and want them to do well!"
The authenticity of the tweets has not been verified.
Wanderers have so far declined to comment.
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8Muamba hits out! Empty Re: Muamba hits out! on Wed Dec 04 2013, 13:03

Reebok_Rebel

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Frank Worthington
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If hes declined to comment to the BEN and also apologized, I believe it was Fabrice himself. 

He obviously has an axe to grind with the club regarding the bullshit they come out with... 

fair play to him for having the bottle I say.

9Muamba hits out! Empty Re: Muamba hits out! on Wed Dec 04 2013, 14:26

Natasha Whittam

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:If hes declined to comment to the BEN and also apologized, I believe it was Fabrice himself. 

He obviously has an axe to grind with the club regarding the bullshit they come out with... 

fair play to him for having the bottle I say.
True, but it should be pointed out to him that an average player calling others for being average is a bit silly.

Muamba was the football definition of average.

10Muamba hits out! Empty Re: Muamba hits out! on Wed Dec 04 2013, 14:39

Guest


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@Natasha Whittam wrote:
@Reebok_Rebel wrote:If hes declined to comment to the BEN and also apologized, I believe it was Fabrice himself. 

He obviously has an axe to grind with the club regarding the bullshit they come out with... 

fair play to him for having the bottle I say.
True, but it should be pointed out to him that an average player calling others for being average is a bit silly.

Muamba was the football definition of average.
"Average".....?

Could you hold your breath for 97 minutes just to win a free-kick?

That kind of dedication is anything but average in my book.

11Muamba hits out! Empty Re: Muamba hits out! on Wed Dec 04 2013, 14:39

Natasha Whittam

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Breadman wrote:
"Average".....?

Could you hold your breath for 97 minutes just to win a free-kick?

That kind of dedication is anything but average in my book.
Very Happy 

You sick bastard.

12Muamba hits out! Empty Re: Muamba hits out! on Wed Dec 04 2013, 14:43

Guest


Guest
From you, I'll take that as high praise.

13Muamba hits out! Empty Re: Muamba hits out! on Wed Dec 04 2013, 16:59

scottjames30

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Nat Lofthouse
Well said.

14Muamba hits out! Empty Re: Muamba hits out! on Wed Dec 04 2013, 17:28

aaron_bwfc

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He was average in the prem but you put him in the current set up in this league and i'd imagin he would stand out, he's much better than medo imo.

I like his comments and agree with most of them.

15Muamba hits out! Empty Re: Muamba hits out! on Wed Dec 04 2013, 17:49

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Mario Jardel
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Muamba was allowed to roam and press the opposition. Dougie is destroying both medo and spearing, both looked to have lost all fight because they are told to sit in and not move basically. If we allowed them to use their energy amd actually press slightly higher up we would see a lot more from them.

16Muamba hits out! Empty Re: Muamba hits out! on Wed Dec 04 2013, 17:57

Reebok Trotter

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Muamba was allowed to roam and press the opposition. Dougie is destroying both medo and spearing, both looked to have lost all fight because they are told to sit in and not move basically. If we allowed them to use their energy amd actually press slightly higher up we would see a lot more from them.
Spot on Guest. Medo plays far too deep in our defence and rarely gets forward. it's as if he has been told to stick to the back four. Personally, I think his style of play is too similar to Spearing.

17Muamba hits out! Empty Re: Muamba hits out! on Wed Dec 04 2013, 18:12

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Mario Jardel
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Both are playing with far too much restriction, that neither actually look like they are thinking about anything other than what their tactics are. Dougie needs to stop being too clever, and just let them play their natural game. Because they're so deep it means there are big holes between them moritz and beckford, another reason why we can't string 5 passes together.

18Muamba hits out! Empty Re: Muamba hits out! on Wed Dec 04 2013, 18:30

doffcocker

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Ivan Campo
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Muamba had periods where he was great and periods where he was dire. 
Overall, I think Medo is a far better, more rounded player. Unfortunately, he too has been a periodic performer so far and this season has been a bad period for him. Is it him or how he is being told to play? Well he and Spearing were a fine partnership last season, back when Dougie was happy to play a basic 4-4-2. He certainly offered more in the final third back then. 

I don't know if anybody else has mentioned it but Medo had a right strop when he was brought off last night. Is he fed up?

19Muamba hits out! Empty Re: Muamba hits out! on Wed Dec 04 2013, 19:25

aaron_bwfc

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He didn't strop, he held his hands up to the fans when he went off to apologise to the fans for giving the ball to the guy who scored.

He wasn't stropping with anyone apart from himself. Rob hall on the other hand certainly didn't look happy.

20Muamba hits out! Empty Re: Muamba hits out! on Wed Dec 04 2013, 19:27

doffcocker

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:He didn't strop, he held his hands up to the fans when he went off to apologise to the fans for giving the ball to the guy who scored.
He then disappeared down the tunnel, throwing his gloves on the floor as he went.

21Muamba hits out! Empty Re: Muamba hits out! on Wed Dec 04 2013, 19:28

aaron_bwfc

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He was pissed off with himself for giving the ball away, the same reason he held his hands up to the fans.

Fair play to him for admitting he made a mistake, unlike Dougie.

22Muamba hits out! Empty Re: Muamba hits out! on Thu Dec 05 2013, 00:59

BoltonTillIDie

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Seems these tweets were the real deal...

" I don't really want a job or role at the club. I just want the team to do well."

23Muamba hits out! Empty Re: Muamba hits out! on Thu Dec 05 2013, 12:36

terenceanne

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Muamba was better than the current bunch IMO ...... but that's not saying much I grant you.

As for the Board being idiots.... tell me something I don't know.

24Muamba hits out! Empty Re: Muamba hits out! on Thu Dec 05 2013, 14:09

Reebok Trotter

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote: tell me something I don't know.
Leonard Nimoy served as a sergeant in the United States Army from 1953 to 1955.

25Muamba hits out! Empty Re: Muamba hits out! on Thu Dec 05 2013, 15:15

Angry Dad

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Youri Djorkaeff
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He was also the only one who was friends with william shatner all the others did not like James T Kirk.

26Muamba hits out! Empty Re: Muamba hits out! on Fri Dec 06 2013, 10:51

Reebok Trotter

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:He was also the only one who was friends with william shatner all the others did not like James T Kirk.
And William Shatner is only 4 days older than Leonard Nimoy.

27Muamba hits out! Empty Re: Muamba hits out! on Fri Dec 06 2013, 11:12

Sluffy

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Freedman says Twitter comments are ‘unhelpful’
.8:00am Friday 6th December 2013 in Latest .


Freedman says Twitter comments are ‘unhelpful’ DOUGIE Freedman has branded Twitter comments on ex-midfielder Fabrice Muamba account earlier this week as “unhelpful” – but accepts they are par for the course for the modern day manager.

Comments appeared on the social network site after Tuesday’s defeat against Huddersfield, describing members of the boardroom as “a bunch of idiots” and accusing the current squad of having too many average players.

A national newspaper report published yesterday insinuated the row could have spilled over from last summer, when Muamba was released by the club following the expiry of his contract.

But the controversial comments have caused a stir – particularly, says Freedman, after the support offered to the former England Under-21 man after his dramatic collapse at White Hart Lane, and subsequent recovery.

“This tweeting thing seems to be the rage and you’re going to get ex-players and employees of the club putting their opinion out there,” manager said.

“It’s disappointing and particularly in this case because I know how fond the chairman is of Fabrice and when the situation came about, he was by his bedside.

“He’s really upset by the comment because of what has gone on in the past but as far as I’m concerned, ex-players and employees of the club chipping in when they shouldn’t seems to be common these days.

"It’s something you have got to deal with and I know the rules.”

Gartside was quoted in The Sun newspaper yesterday disputing the claim that Muamba is owed part of his signing on fee from a £5.75million move from Birmingham City in 2008.

“We paid Fabrice 15, 16 months when it should have been a year, so he got more than he was contractually entitled to,” he said.

“The comments are very strange when I think back to holding his hand in hospital.”

Freedman has distanced himself from the row – and never managed Muamba – but admits he is not a fan of the modern trend for former players or supporters criticising their club online.

“Ex-players always seem to be saying you should be doing this, or that, and that’s fantastic. But when you try to put it into reality, it never works.

Should we be playing two strikers? No, we shouldn’t be playing two strikers.

“Ten thousands fans have four thousand opinions and you’ve got to try and stand above that and make your own decisions. I think we do that here.”

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28Muamba hits out! Empty Re: Muamba hits out! on Fri Dec 06 2013, 11:19

Natasha Whittam

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Dougie Freedman wrote:“Should we be playing two strikers? No, we shouldn’t be playing two strikers.

“Ten thousands fans have four thousand opinions and you’ve got to try and stand above that and make your own decisions. I think we do that here.”
I'm really starting to like Dougie Freedman. He's so stupid it's become funny.

29Muamba hits out! Empty Re: Muamba hits out! on Fri Dec 06 2013, 12:13

Guest


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"Ten thousands fans have four thousand opinions...(etc)"


Oh god, what a fucktard.........


We've got our very own George Dubbya.......

30Muamba hits out! Empty Re: Muamba hits out! on Fri Dec 06 2013, 14:54

doffcocker

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Ivan Campo
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Big game on Saturday for him. He needs to get the fans behind him for it as best he can. The main complaint with regards to his approach is over-cautiousness.

“Should we be playing two strikers? No, we shouldn’t be playing two strikers."


Was this a good thing to say? Well, no is the answer to that.

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