‘Stoke are very repetitive’

Commentator on BBC 5 Live.

Well spotted mate. Some fans go, ‘Ooh blah blah Pulis is ace he got us promoted.’ I go, ‘Yes, and for every good day you have to sit through hours of gormless, predictable, quotidian lumping.’ My God I loathe the drear mundanity of our manager’s ‘mind’.

Big Sam 3 Pulis 0

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9 Responses to ‘Stoke are very repetitive’

  1. AndyP says:

    Calvin and I sat through the full game replayed on Fox Sports round at Palmer Towers despite knowing the result beforehand. Admittedly potent Mediterranean booze was required by one of our party prior to the match to ease the painful viewing. Meanwhile the swearbox earned an impressive $1,863… 😉

    Pulis out!

  2. Thank you Stoke for playing Santa. Now Rovers will turn the corner. The ghost of Jack Walker will appreciate your seasonal seasonal generosity.

  3. Stephen Foster says:

    Yes, but you’ve still got a manager whose head weighs three stone.

  4. mum says:

    I came in from sitting in the Mediterranean sun nice sirlion steak and Rioja to the result Big Sam 3 Pulis 0 (the wine was good the result as expected ) !!!! lol and waiting for boxing day lol !!! Merry Christmas to all blog readers xxx

  5. We need the speed and menace of Janko (Red Bull Salzburg) up front. Sparky would have got him by now. This new guy’s a ditherer.

  6. calvininjax says:

    I renewed my faith in the Stoke City cause by viewing a DVD showing the highlights of a game when Stoke trailed 3-0 at half-time but went on to win it in the second half.

    Aaaah! The joys of Eastham, Dobing and Burrows, and the ball being played to players and not aimlessly hit upfield.

    Life was good in 1967. Pulis was in short trousers and obviously had no interest in football at that time. If he had, he wouldn’t be serving up the dross he calls football or selecting a motley crew featuring the likes of Pericard, Cresswell, et al.

    Dobing,
    Dobing,
    Born is the King of the Boothen End.

    [To the tune of The First Noel.]

    Pulis Out!

  7. Mark Eltringham says:

    “Pulis was in short trousers and obviously had no interest in football at that time.”

    Obv. I don’t think he has much interest now.

    Why don’t we all just f*ck off down the Vale?

  8. OS. says:

    Moaners, moaners, moaners. You aint got nothing to moan about. You were probably out doing your Xmas shopping or whatever. I was there with ST and the boys! As far as 3-0 defeats go, that ranks above any that Bossie ‘achieved’. It was truly, truly, one of the most brain dead performances from a manager and players I’ve seen since God knows when. Tony Pulis barmy army…and that’s just the players including the squillions of quids worth sitting warming their useless arses on the bench.

    Never mind, a win against Man U will put everything right. 🙂

    Merry Xmas ‘mum’. Bottoms up! 😉

    A grumpy OS.

  9. AndyP says:

    “You were probably out doing your Xmas shopping or whatever”.

    As it happens I was doing a passable impression of Vincent Pericard repeatedly falling on my arse at a roller rink much to the amusement of Tina’s two youngest boys. (Who of course were full of the grace and invincible confidence of youth). So my fury and subsequent foul language was probably comparable to being at the game.

    A grumpy AndyP. Pulis out!

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