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PaddlingBack Posted on 24/8 2:04
Mendisulker!

Just got back from the match, well played Boro great 3 points etc. The night only slightly spoiled by the obvious sulking of Mendieta, while watching the warm up he had a face like thunder and looked angry and hurt. After the match as I left the ground he was standing outside the team bus, he obviously got there even before the fans left the ground, if it was just an injury wouldn't he still want to be in the changing rooms celebrating the victory? The fans were respectful of him until he finally got on the team bus then the songs revealing their admiration to the man were sung. I think he was told he was starting on the bench and threw a hissy fit.

lee_robbo Posted on 24/8 2:07
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Aye me two. Im glad hes unhappy about not starting, i just wish hed have punched mclaren in the process. Fancy subbing vids whe nhes on a hat trick. MCLAREN OUT!

foofooheader Posted on 24/8 2:09
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He had a good crack with the fans outside of the bus who were singing his name and shouting "Give us a wave" but he did look like a miserable basturd! We could see him picking his nose on the bus!

lee_robbo Posted on 24/8 2:16
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I think we brightened mendis night giving him a few chants to cheer him up. He looked very lonely and depressed.

PaddlingBack Posted on 24/8 2:18
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I'm sure he'll be crying in his mult-million pound house tonight.

lee_robbo Posted on 24/8 2:19
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Footballers have feelings you know

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PaddlingBack Posted on 24/8 2:33
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In a way it's good to see Mendieta so desperate to prove himself, but not good gor team morale etc.

borodrew Posted on 24/8 2:36
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aye mcclaren said on mfc there he was rested, and morrison deserved his chance. will it be like that sunday though?

ravsplumber Posted on 24/8 2:41
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If we get a winger or two, he'll likely have to get used to alternating with Parlour and others in the middle.

Timboi Posted on 24/8 2:45
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I hope Stevey-boy will give the Morrison Mendi Boateng Downing combo a go. We all know Mendi should be in the middle; Parlour did a good job today but Mendi should be given a go there. It's all so damn obvious! If he doesn't swap Parlour for Mendi, I'm not sure if Mendi will get to play much on the wing after today (although we all know how Stevey insists on playing him there, which makes a fairly lopsided team).

Lennie_Godber Posted on 24/8 6:15
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i saw him there, leaning against the hoardings for almost an hour, motionless, contemplating the ground. he was meditating. or summat. most peculiar. he gave me a look of thunder, or on the other hand he's the kind of bloke who doesnt show much, so god knows what he was thinking.

ScarboroSmoggy Posted on 24/8 8:13
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He's coming back from a serious injury and the rest will have done him good, it is good that he is unhappy about not playing, it shows he cares and isn't happy just picking his wages up for doing nothing.

T4Tomo Posted on 24/8 8:41
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even when on form and fit he struggled with two game a week. It was the right decision from Mclaren to give him aa rest. Once Uefa gets going there will be plenty of opportunity for everyone.

billogsfinest Posted on 24/8 9:17
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was mendieta even on the pitch during the warm up?, i was in the ground an hour before kick off and didnt see him once.

PaddlingBack Posted on 24/8 12:48
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No he was just standing near the Birmingham fans motionlessly.

sasboro Posted on 24/8 12:51
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if he's not playing much by jdeember he will be off in january.

Goal_Scrounger Posted on 24/8 13:09
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Gosh. I feel SO sorry for him. After all, he had such good games against Spurs and Liverpool and his replacement last night did nothing.

jimmythewondercat Posted on 24/8 13:10
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I would far rather see him sulking for not playing than sitting around laughing and joking as though it didn't matter. From what i have been told he is a fierce competitor and loves to play.

He has much to offer this season and with some shrewd squad management he will play in many games - he and Parlour could swap around as games come along.

PaddlingBack Posted on 24/8 13:56
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We'll have to see what happeneds with this one, certainly suspicious.

sasboro Posted on 24/8 14:01
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it could go either way. sulking cos he champing at the bit to play or sulking cos he has an attitude problem and thinks he's has a right to be in the team. lets face it, he hasnt come to boro to keap the drivers seat on the coach warm

Lennie_Godber Posted on 24/8 14:03
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why do you assume he was sulking? why would he do such a thing in public for almost an hour anyway? always seems a very quiet n reserved bloke to me.

Boromart Posted on 24/8 14:14
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Another classic from the anti-mac clique "We'll have to see what happeneds with this one, certainly suspicious.".....there are NO negatives from last night. Mendi is well respected person, a thinker, he has never been a bad influence on any dressing room. Of course he will be upset that he was not in the side, but he has been out 10 months, and probably expected to have hot and cold form plus ample rest.

scoea Posted on 24/8 14:17
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If he'd been walking around with a big grin on his face he'd have been criticised for not caring.

Right decision to leave him out. Plenty of games for everyone in the squad to get a chance.

I still think many Boro fans can't get to grips with the notion that it is a squad game and that we can have quality players on the bench.

PhillyMac Posted on 24/8 14:19
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This kind of comment gets my annoyed:

"if he's not playing much by jdeember he will be off in january." (SIC)

How can you say things with such certainty?

It's the same with the "If we started Viduka against Spurs we would have won" type comments.

Or yesterday: "If we hadn't sold Juninho, we would have finished higher up the league".

HOW DO YOU KNOW???

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sasboro Posted on 24/8 14:19
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was he on the bench?

scoea Posted on 24/8 14:21
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No Sas he wasn't but I was talking generally.

PaddlingBack Posted on 24/8 14:35
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Your inability to see that all things are not perfect at Middlesbrough is embarassing! I see that his sulking before the match was open to interpretation but how do you explain him waiting outside the coach even before the fans were out?! Surely if it was just a knock or he was rested he'd at least wait for the team! He's obviously thrown a hissy fit, he'll get over it.

scoea Posted on 24/8 14:37
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So because I disagree with you that maybe Mendi hasn't thrown a "hissy fit" I have an inability to see anything other than perfection which embarrasses you. Interesting.

PaddlingBack Posted on 24/8 14:38
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Yes, I think it is very obvious. At least admit that him waiting outside the team coach even before the fans were out is suspicious. Maybe he just couldn't look McClaren in the eye after what he said to him.

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sasboro Posted on 24/8 14:41
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did mendi actually watch the game or storm out in a sulk? didnt slaven do a similar thing years ago and he got slated for it.

PaddlingBack Posted on 24/8 14:44
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All I saw prior to the game was him leaning against some sponsership boards before the game, looking deep in thought. About 20 minutes before kick-off he then turned back to the changing rooms, shaking his head and refusing to even look at the Boro fans asking for his autograph. Even then it was obvious something was up and what happened after the game just confirmed it.

scoea Posted on 24/8 14:46
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Or maybe he was ready before everyone else.

Asking me to intelligently discuss why Mendieta was out before anyone else is difficult. But hey as long as your slating someone you're happy.

Boromart Posted on 24/8 14:51
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PaddlingBack, you are making a fool of yourself. Your comments so far have been nothing but pure speculation about a situation that you were not privvy to.

- The night only slightly spoiled by the obvious sulking of Mendieta
- he had a face like thunder and looked angry and hurt
- I think he was told he was starting on the bench and threw a hissy fit.
- I'm sure he'll be crying in his mult-million pound house tonight.
- but not good gor team morale etc. (sic)
- No he was just standing near the Birmingham fans motionlessly.
- We'll have to see what happeneds with this one, certainly suspicious.
- Your inability to see that all things are not perfect at Middlesbrough is embarassing!
- He's obviously thrown a hissy fit, he'll get over it.
- Yes, I think it is very obvious. At least admit that him waiting outside the team coach even before the fans were out is suspicious. Maybe he just couldn't look McClaren in the eye after what he said to him.

All of this negative slant from one thread, on a topic that you are entirely peripheral too, all you did is observe him before the match, and observe him afterwards. SMac may just have wanted to speak to the players involved in the win, Mendi may not have felt he should have been in the dressing room celebrating because he didn't deserve to be. He may have gone back to the coach to pick up his mobile phone or ipod, or he may have felt a bit sickly and wanted some fresh air. There are plenty of other reasons why he was there. Maybe he was upset, but I don't think there is anything in his previous character that would suggest that he would cause dressing room problems.

PaddlingBack Posted on 24/8 14:56
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Are you for real? So he would risk the chance of getting mobbed by boro fans simply to pick up his mobile phone or ipod? Idiot.

PaddlingBack Posted on 24/8 14:58
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Also answer me this, why would McClaren take Mendieta all the way down to Birmingham just to rest him? If he intended to rest him he would have brought some of the younger lads down who wouldn't mind being there simply to fill in just incase theres an injury in the warm up.

PaddlingBack Posted on 24/8 15:04
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Game

Set

and Match

Leedsclive Posted on 24/8 15:04
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Why wouldn't he be out for the team bus before everyone else? Better than wanting to jump in the bath with them when he hadn't played.
At least he went to the game with the rest of the team, unless he was only told when they get there.
"Right, everyone playing tonight get off the bus now ... not so fast, Gaizka."

PaddlingBack Posted on 24/8 15:10
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I am shaking my head here. So Mendieta would choose to get on the bus straight after the game when the Boro fans were coming out the ground, fully aware that he would be mobbed and hastled? Rather than being in the changing room with the lads in a buoyant mood and McClaren congratulating them on a great performance and the players helping themselves to the great spread that is put on after every match? Makes sense!

Boromart Posted on 24/8 15:13
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"Are you for real? So he would risk the chance of getting mobbed by boro fans simply to pick up his mobile phone or ipod? Idiot." Read what I said, your making a bigger fool of yourself. I'll spell it out shall I, there may have been one of numerous innocent reasons why he went back to the coach.

"Also answer me this, why would McClaren take Mendieta all the way down to Birmingham just to rest him" - Because ideally he wanted to rest him, but if one of Downing, Boateng, Parlour, Morrison or Doriva got injured in the warm-up (and this has happened to us on several occasions in recent seasons), then we would require another midfielder on the bench. That is why there is usually a squad of MORE than 16 players taken to away games.

"Game Set and Match" - I couldn't have highlighted your immaturity any better myself!

PaddlingBack Posted on 24/8 15:17
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Okay so you're telling me they'd take a player on god knows how much a week, a respected international and one of the clubs more high-profile players and tell him "we're taking you down there but you will only play if someones injured" do you think he'd be happy? do you think they'd even ask him? However if they said to a young lad "you're not going to be on the bench, but if someones injured in the warm up then you might get on the bench" then they'd just think "fair enough" and if there is so many reasons to why Mendi could have gone to the coach so early name me one.

Boromart Posted on 24/8 15:17
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"mobbed and hastled" - was he? No, as you pointed out "The fans were respectful of him until he finally got on the team bus then the songs revealing their admiration to the man were sung".

You seem determined to stir up Ł%!t when nothing happend of any serious note.

" am shaking my head here"....please shake a little harder, it obvisouly isn't working properly.

Gillandi Posted on 24/8 15:18
re: Mendisulker!

If Mendi was sulking he would have asked not to travel.

Just accept it was a great night for the club.

Why pick, pick, pick all the time?

Sasboro - Mendetta will not be gone in january just like your last 10 predictions of this nature havent happened. You are in your death throes as a supporter, you admitted it last week and it's reflected in your low antagonistic mood today. I think mendi will still be here after you've gone. You wont last till Jan if we have many more great nights like last night.

PaddlingBack Posted on 24/8 15:21
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Gillandi, maybe he wasn't told he was on the bench until they got to the ground.

BoroMart, how would he know he wouldn't be hastled? The only reason people didn't go up to him was because they could see he was in a mood. Oh and by the way I'm immature and I don't care.

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sasboro Posted on 24/8 15:24
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slow response today gillandy

mendieta wont ahng around to be on the bench or just to keep people comany on the team bus. he cam to boro for regualr 1st team footabll,which he said at the time. if he doesnt get a regular game by xmas he will be off back to spain. apart from playing football he has no reason to hang around at boro.i will ingore your childish remarks about me not happy about winning last night.

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Boromart Posted on 24/8 15:28
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"we're taking you down there but you will only play if someones injured"
I'm sure it would have been put forward more tactfully than that. He was probably told before the season started that he would be eased back after a long term injury, and 'where possible' he would be rested and not play 2 games a week.

Incidently the players know the team the day before the match (barring injuries), the final training sessions are tactical and based around this (that is why you are not allowed in hurworth the day before a game). Mendi knew he wasn't playing on Monday. If he refused to play on the bench then why would he go all the way to London? The only answers I can think of are

a) to cover for injuries, or
b) to support his team mates.

The concept that Mendi threw a sulk at the last minute and said he wouldn't sit on the bench is rediculous.

"if there is so many reasons to why Mendi could have gone to the coach so early name me one." Are you telling me that there isn't one logical reason why Mendi may have returned to the coach early? Maybe he wanted to phone his wife in private, who bloody knows, I wesn't in the dressing room to see it, and neither were you. There are a thousand and one logical reasons why he should have gone back, you have decided on extremely circumspect and irational logic on one posssibility and have ran with it. You would make a terrible detective.

PaddlingBack Posted on 24/8 15:32
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To be fair I would make a superb detective. In the privacy of about 100 boro fans shouting his name? Couldn't he go for some private time whislt at the airport waiting for the plane? I can't think of one reason why he would go to the coach early, even if he didn't have a major bust up it's still unprofessional. You clearly refuse to see the obvious so I pity you and can only hope you re-read this thread and read the evidence that is making it blatantly obvious they had a big major scrap, did anyone notice the black eye Ste Mac had?

sasboro Posted on 24/8 15:32
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but there is nothing to stop a manager from changing his team 1 hour before the game, he may just have had 2nd thoughts and decided to throw caution to the wind and start with morrison. maybe it was planned to surpise birmingham manager..which it seemed to do.

however i woul dhave still expected mendieta to be on the bench, he could have been carrying an injury

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Gillandi Posted on 24/8 15:34
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"Gillandi, maybe he wasn't told he was on the bench until they got to the ground."

You are just speculating to support your own mis-interpration of what you saw.

Look at the type of person Mendi is, since he got here. A cheeky chappy type like Craig Hignett? A jovial laugh a minute like John Hendrie or Jan Aage Fjortoft? No, he seems a shy, thoughtful, introspective kind of a bloke to me, not given to any big displays of emotion. Favourite band the Velvet Underground, they weren't what you'd call good time Charlies. If Mendi had played, been man of the match and added 2 goals to our total my money would be on him still looking as fed up as you thought you saw him last night.

PaddlingBack Posted on 24/8 15:35
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To be fair you're refusing to see the obvious. I know one or two people at the club, i'll find out the truth before long, but won't post it on here due to me being a top guy.

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Gillandi Posted on 24/8 15:37
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Sasboro - Thanks for the info about Mendieta. Always good to know how a players career is going to develope in advance.

Whats the latest news on Alex McCleish to Boro?

Piquet2 Posted on 24/8 15:39
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Make your mind up, is it one or two people?

Gillandi Posted on 24/8 15:39
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"To be fair I would make a superb detective."

Thats interesting. This bombshell news re-Mendi is brought to us by a would-be detective.

Fantastic.

PaddlingBack Posted on 24/8 15:40
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Yes, some might say I am fantastic.

Gillandi Posted on 24/8 15:41
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Your claims are fantastic.

sasboro Posted on 24/8 15:42
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Gillandy, i've been spot on about him putting morrison in for mendieta and i said he must start with viduka. what a tactical genius i am.

have you got any prediction right? how about making some midfield signings you were saying?

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PaddlingBack Posted on 24/8 15:42
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My interpretation of a situation is fantastic.

Boromart Posted on 24/8 15:46
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PaddlingBack,

Please answer this instead of avoiding it,

Is there at least ONE logical reason why Mendi may have returned to the coach early?

If you answer YES, then that destroys your argument.

If you answer NO, then you are obviously just being an obstinate twŁ%.

If you don't answer it is obvious that the only answer you can give is the logical one, YES, and that destroys your argument, AND your being an obstinate twŁ%.

PaddlingBack Posted on 24/8 15:47
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Is there at least ONE logical reason why Mendi may have returned to the coach early?

If there is, neither me or you can't think of one.

obstinate is such a big word for someone with such limited inteligence.

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Gillandi Posted on 24/8 15:50
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Sasboro I can't believe you are trying to claim credit for that like you stood alone when all the board were saying "We must persevere with Mendieta."

You're a beaut.

YOU can't just drop a player because he isn't playing well to give someone else a chance though can yer? You have to engage in the fanatsy stuff too, blow it all out of proportion, externalise those worst possible scenario's.

You hate us doing good coz you are looking for a way out. I hope we stay good just to spite yer.

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Boromart Posted on 24/8 15:51
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PaddlingBack said "My interpretation of a situation is fantastic."

I couldn't have put it better myself:-

Fantastic
1 strange and imaginary, or not reasonable:
He drew fantastic animals with two heads and large wings.
fantastical tales (= about imaginary things)

Link: Fantastic

PaddlingBack Posted on 24/8 15:52
re: Mendisulker!

To be fair it is more commonly used to describe someone with an extreme talent or with a huge amount of skill.

sasboro Posted on 24/8 15:52
re: Mendisulker!

gillandy, you one of those mendieta must play gang. wil you change your tune and get behind morrison and want him to stay in the team. i'm well chuffed he started with morrison and viduka. if your memory cells can stretch back over the summer you will remember that i have always wanted morrison to be first choice.long may it continue!

anyway fossil, come one say something interesting or contorversial. i dare ya!

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Gillandi Posted on 24/8 15:54
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Sasboro - You are posting in fantasy land. I love young Morro. Ive posted chapter and verse about his ability and potential on here.

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Boromart Posted on 24/8 15:55
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If it is too big for you, then don't use it.

I have come out with several reasons. You have obstinately refuted them. Your fantastic detective work is plain for all to see. I have a friend who is an ex-high ranking police officer, he once advised me "its easy to make the mistake of trying to fit 'evidence' around a crime, but it doesn't allways lead to the right person being caught". Think about it.

PaddlingBack Posted on 24/8 15:56
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You have come up with reasons that are so feeble I managed to spot a flaw in straight away, due to my ridiculous (as in large) amount of inteligence.

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sasboro Posted on 24/8 15:56
re: Mendisulker!

welldone gillandy..good try!

red_rebel Posted on 24/8 15:57
re: Mendisulker!

I don't see what the issue is.

For my money any player who isn't injured or asked for explicit permission to take time out should always travel with the first team squad as a show of unity anyway.

Maybe that is why he travelled even though he wasn't going to play. It is not really sinister is it?

And afterwards if he didn't play maybe he didn't need to shower, get dressed or feel the need to take on fluid in the players lounge. Why stand around in the tunnel looking like a jerk when you can get comfy on the coach and start on your book?

I think some people are looking for issues that aren't there.

scoea Posted on 24/8 15:57
re: Mendisulker!

And people wonder why I posted a thread with halfwits in the title.

sasboro Posted on 24/8 15:59
re: Mendisulker!

muist admit i've never seen players at the riverside in a hurry to get on the away coach straight after final whistle

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janplanner Posted on 24/8 16:00
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oh, come on r_r, you must be living in a fantasy world to believe that!!!

PaddlingBack Posted on 24/8 16:00
re: Mendisulker!

Why would he do that and risk being mobbed?

scoea Posted on 24/8 16:02
re: Mendisulker!

Sas - I don't think there is an injured player that I HAVEN@T seen leave early - Ugo, Mendi, Viduka - even Tony McMahon.

PaddlingBack Posted on 24/8 16:03
re: Mendisulker!

even before the fans?

sasboro Posted on 24/8 16:03
re: Mendisulker!

didnt realise mendieta was injured

BTW, i meant just the away team at boro

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Gillandi Posted on 24/8 16:04
re: Mendisulker!

Sasboro - "muist admit i've never seen players at the riverside in a hurry to get on the away coach straight after kick off"

Who said he was he in a hurry to get on the coach straight after kick off?

Boromart Posted on 24/8 16:05
re: Mendisulker!

Fantastic is a derivative of fantasy. The clue is in the "fanta" bit. No wonder you can't grasp basic investigative principles, if common english words are too hard for you.

sasboro Posted on 24/8 16:06
re: Mendisulker!

gillandy, no me

Gillandi Posted on 24/8 16:07
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Thanks for the edit Sas even if your post is irrelevent to what we're discussing and those were the days eh? When you were so full of support for the Boro you used to hang around watching the players come and go.

sasboro Posted on 24/8 16:08
re: Mendisulker!

it's not like you to edit a reply is it either?

yes usually watch them come and go on the pitch

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PaddlingBack Posted on 24/8 16:08
re: Mendisulker!

To be fair BoroMart I don't really care, the argument is about Mendieta not about the querks of the english language.

scoea Posted on 24/8 16:12
re: Mendisulker!

Boro win 3-0 at a ground upon which we traditionally struggle. We have a striker giving a virtuoso performance and two young home grown wingers giving great performances.

One of the most popular threads of the day is about one of the players not having a smile on his face and getting on the coach before the other players.

Says it all about certain posters.

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PaddlingBack Posted on 24/8 16:15
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I also have contributed heavily to other posts praising the team on their superb performance last night.

Gillandi Posted on 24/8 16:17
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Can't imagine cynical old Sasboro being a bright eyed young Coach Door Johnny. "Can I have your autograph Hodgy?" "Grrr, Boro are going to stuff you tonight Archie Gemmill, you bald, scottish no mark."

Brings a tear to my eye to wonder where it all went so wrong for him that today he'll defend a half baked theory like this, that seems to come straight from a Raymond Chandler novel.

"The air was thick with the smell of betrayal as the wispy lock's of the evil spaniard brushed over his cruel and furrowed brow in the breezy Birmingham night......"






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Gillandi Posted on 24/8 16:19
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"I also have contributed heavily to other posts praising the team on their superb performance last night."

Yes thats fair enough paddling and you are right to praise. Honestly think you've read too much into the Mendio situation.


Sasboro - Have YOU contributed heavily to other posts praising the team on their superb performance last night?



sasboro Posted on 24/8 16:21
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"Sasboro - Have YOU contributed heavily to other posts praising the team on their superb performance last night?"

yes, have a read on some of the threads!


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Gillandi Posted on 24/8 16:22
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Sasboro - Any chance of some links please, theres a lot of threads. You aint on any i've checked so far.

Thanks in advance.

PaddlingBack Posted on 24/8 16:23
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Maybe i'm reading too much into it, but I just can't think why he would be on the coach before even the fans have got out? Unprofessional in the extreme.

sasboro Posted on 24/8 16:24
re: Mendisulker!

use your brain for a change and go find them!
no wonder taxi drivers are bad drivers!

Boromart Posted on 24/8 16:25
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where are paulie69 and GBoro today????

PaddlingBack - You brought up this theory mate, if you are gonna spout this rubbish then you need to have your facts right and express it correctly, utherwise you will make a fool of yourself. You have not given one scrap of evidence that this has happened and as far as you are concerned there is no possible innocent reason why he could have gone to the coach by himself. That says it all really.

I can't beleive this chit is getting near a 100 threader, what the hell is the world coming to?

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WilmslowRed Posted on 24/8 16:26
re: Mendisulker!

Perhaps he wanted to take his one chance to get his Velvet Underground CD's on the coach stereo before that nasty ruffian Franck Quedrue came on and put his Eminem and Gangster Rap on, as ususal.

Gillandi Posted on 24/8 16:26
re: Mendisulker!

Sasboro - Sorry, I forgot you were a bit tetchy today.

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sasboro Posted on 24/8 16:27
re: Mendisulker!

gillandy, still not taken that offer up of being nice to me for a season and i wil gladly leave this board?

tut tut..editting your post so i can't see what you typed origonally


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PaddlingBack Posted on 24/8 16:28
re: Mendisulker!

WR

BoroFart, you have not provided one scrap of evidence that suggests i'm wrong so if you think about it, we're both just speculating I have a few pictures on my phone to prove it.

Capybara Posted on 24/8 16:29
re: Mendisulker!

Oh indeed, Wilms. Black Angel's Death Song I reckon. Or Sister Ray.

Gillandi Posted on 24/8 16:29
re: Mendisulker!

Sasboro - I am being nice to yer.

scoea Posted on 24/8 16:30
re: Mendisulker!

PAddling - you make wild assumptions. A player who has not played getting on the coach before is teammates is hardly "unprofessional".

I think Sas has stock phrases that he just pastes in. One of his favourites is "[INSERT PLAYER NAME] won't be happy on the bench. He came here for first team football. He'll be gone by [ENTER NEXT TRANSFER WINDOW HERE]."

sasboro Posted on 24/8 16:31
re: Mendisulker!

very poor attempt gillandy, you can be nicer than that!

sunset_over_ici Posted on 24/8 16:31
re: Mendisulker!

'I've got hearsay and conjecture...those are types of evidence.'

PaddlingBack Posted on 24/8 16:31
re: Mendisulker!

So are you saying leaving the ground before the final whistle, even before your team mates get back from the changing rooms is not unprofessional? and dangerous.

sasboro Posted on 24/8 16:32
re: Mendisulker!

scoea, you think foreign players sign for boro cos of the love of the club and fans and manager..etc when really they come for first team football or the cahs is better than elsewhere

PaddlingBack Posted on 24/8 16:36
re: Mendisulker!

Despite our differences of opinion at least it's a detailed football related thread.

scoea Posted on 24/8 16:37
re: Mendisulker!

Yep that's exactly what I said Sas.

sasboro Posted on 24/8 16:38
re: Mendisulker!

and that my friend is why juninho left and possibly mendieta if morison keeps his place

PaddlingBack Posted on 24/8 16:40
re: Mendisulker!

Bring Juninho back

Boromart Posted on 24/8 16:40
re: Mendisulker!

"BoroFart" - ho effin ho, you really are the height of intellectual comedy aren't you.

"you have not provided one scrap of evidence that suggests i'm wrong"
I'm not the one throwing wild accusations. It is your responsibility to prove Mendi's guilt, not mine to prove his innocence. It is very easy to 'find' evidence to pin a 'crime' on someone. You have decided he must be gutted not getting picked, and this is proven because he was stood outside the coach after the game, and because he didn't smile. If the police worked like this, they would solve 99% of cases, there would be a lot of innocent people behind bars but at least the crime would be solved.

"I have a few pictures on my phone to prove it." - you have a few pictures on your phone, to prove that you took a photo of Mendi. Unless its a FANTASTIC camera that can capture peoples brain-wave activity and translate it into a breakdown of the persons feelings. Therefore proving that Mendi was angry at Smac, and jealous of Morrison.

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scoea Posted on 24/8 16:42
re: Mendisulker!

But Sas, when I suggested that Juninho left because his place wasn't guaranteed you said that the club had forced him out. Do you just change your viewpoint to suit whichever Boro-bashing is going on at the time?

PaddlingBack Posted on 24/8 16:45
re: Mendisulker!

It can do that, but it wasn't working properly last night so didn't get the results back. The important thing is that it shows the hurt and anger in his face. I also thought me calling you BoroFart was hillarious, i'm glad you see that I am possibly the funniest person on the rivals network. Also I have posted the events last night and drawn a conclusion from them, that would make sense, you on the other hand have shot down the argument's without anything supporting your argument.

Thank you xx

sasboro Posted on 24/8 16:45
re: Mendisulker!

but, i've now been converted after last night.

if juno would walk out then dont see why mendieta wouldnt either

Boromart Posted on 24/8 16:48
re: Mendisulker!

"Also I have posted the events last night and drawn a conclusion from them, that would make sense,"
...and that is exactly your problem, something that would or even could make sense. Doesn;'t mean that is what happened.

"Thank you xx"
...please don't kiss me, or I will be forced to dead-arm you.

PaddlingBack Posted on 24/8 16:50
re: Mendisulker!

To be fair you couldn't give me a dead arm, as I am armless. Although it doesn't mean it DID happen, as I have made arguments why it could have happened and any arguments you have made that it didn't happen have been shot down, that suggests that it's more likely that it did happen. xx

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PaddlingBack Posted on 24/8 16:50
re: Mendisulker!

Double post.

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Gillandi Posted on 24/8 16:53
re: Mendisulker!

Sasboro - you are paranoid about me editting my posts againt yer. I'm not THAT sad that I have to resort to cheap tricks to show the folly in your arguments - flattering y'self I think, as far as I'm concerned you dont have an argument, you are just letting off your daily steam in your last days as a fan of Boro.

Most of the time it's because of changes made on the thread, since I started typing that renedered something pointless or me responding to something quickly, without starting a new thread, and the rest is because of blatent mis-typing, like tidying up.

Tidying up is how I see our exchanges on here. There's so much rubbish and misinformation every day from people with agenda's that it's like a civic duty to argue with it and show it for the nonsense it is.

Yours isn't a serious agenda, you are just sick of going to games, which is your business but you have to find some love from somehere for Boro to post on here unchallenged, it's not a case of being nice to people. I'm trying to help you on your way so you can get on with other things or even better rekindle your passion for football. Behind a divorce and a house move, giving up Boro must be one of the most stressful things a bloke can go through, especially someone from the class of '88 like you and you are showing the stress arguing this nonsense.


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sasboro Posted on 24/8 16:55
re: Mendisulker!

you should be a phychologist gillandi. rather than wasting hours responding to pointless posts on a message baord from someone you have never met

Gillandi Posted on 24/8 17:00
re: Mendisulker!

Sasboro - Good point, I must confess to being interested in your attitude on here and say again, I dont understand it. Thats why I persue it. Bit like you are persuining the theory that Mendieta is not long for Boro and jump on his non inclusion last night as evidence. My long held theory is that you are on a wind up on here and jump on your posts on this thread as evidence.

But I have defoo wasted too much time and now have to go.

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If anyone can give me a link to Sasboro's bright and breezy tributes to the teams success this morning and our renewed 7th place position in the prem, i'd be grateful.

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sasboro Posted on 24/8 17:02
re: Mendisulker!

if you think i am on a wind up then why do you keep responding?

or does that explain your silly replies?

two wind ups cancel each other out theory?

scoea Posted on 24/8 17:02
re: Mendisulker!

Is it just me that thinks PaddlingBlack sounds just like that bloody bear?

PB - you started this thread and so it is up to you to prove that it is true. All you have given us is that he looked stony faced and got on the coach earlier than other Boro players. That means absolutely nothing and to suggest huffs and fall outs based on that is pretty pathetic. However, I have come to the conclusion that you are on a wind up.

Sas - we are now a big club. We will have a squad of players which will mean that good players spend some time on the bench. What you fail to grasp, because of your small time mentality, is that those players will still get 20+ games because they are part of the squad and we will be playing a lot of games - enough to keepy everybody happy.

PaddlingBack Posted on 24/8 17:04
re: Mendisulker!

I am not on a wind up, simply on a quest for the truth to come out.

TRUTH, TRUTH, TRUTH!

Gillandi Posted on 24/8 17:05
re: Mendisulker!

"if you think i am on a wind up then why do you keep responding?"

Because I want to know why you are on a wind up?

PaddlingBack Posted on 24/8 17:06
re: Mendisulker!

Because he's a yo-yo?

sasboro Posted on 24/8 17:10
re: Mendisulker!

i just like questioning the 'come good' brigade..picking holes in their arguements. all started off when we signed massimo and everyone thought he was going to be a world beater and i doubted it and got slated for it. hopefully now we have aplayer like viduka those peoiple can see massimo isnt a world beater

scoea Posted on 24/8 17:13
re: Mendisulker!

God forbid that people are excited about and back a Boro signing!

PaddlingBack Posted on 24/8 17:18
re: Mendisulker!

He was right thought wasn't he? It just shows how sometimes peoples refusal to see anything negative about Boro allows them to make incorrect judgements... which takes us back to the Mendi story I'M RIGHT YOUR WRONG FACT

PaddlingBack Posted on 24/8 17:27
re: Mendisulker!


Gillandi Posted on 24/8 17:29
re: Mendisulker!

"i just like questioning the 'come good' brigade..picking holes in their arguements."

But you've never done it yet in 3 years. Just made yourself look what you are, what you have admitted, someone who doesn't care much about the Boro anymore, doesnt understand it very well, cant look at it rationally and prefers to just be negative about everything and try and bully young lads barely out of their teens like Briggsy.

Then it's "I thought you were being nice to me" when you get the same treatment back.

Sad, sad, case.

Great fun though, coz you are the only loser. We have something to look forward to on sunday. Something great. Briggsy's more at the game than you and he only watches on TV.

"The come good brigade"







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PaddlingBack Posted on 24/8 17:36
re: Mendisulker!

Thread of the day, started by me which suggests i'm the best person on this board.

karembeu_ca Posted on 24/8 17:38
re: Mendisulker!

scoea, I have been wondering if PB was the Bear as well.

Gillandi Posted on 24/8 17:38
re: Mendisulker!

Are you still here Paddling?

Shouldn't you be out in your deer stalker with your outsized magnifying glass?



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PaddlingBack Posted on 24/8 17:39
re: Mendisulker!

PaddlingBack can confirm he is not the bear however I do take it as a compliment.

And I am at work Gilandi... trying to get to the bottom of this Mendieta case

ste_north_stand Posted on 24/8 17:40
re: Mendisulker!

I'm surprised people have taken the bait here and made this rubbish thread a rubbish century thread.

boro_bliss Posted on 24/8 17:45
re: Mendisulker!

I was abused by sasboro last year for the fact that I like Mendieta.
Sasboro's problem is that he can't respect other peoples opinions.

uncle_harry Posted on 24/8 18:00
re: Mendisulker!

I couldnt give a to$$ about any one's theories about why or what Mendietta may or may not be thinking about in on next to or under a bus, what intrigues me is why anyone would be flattered to be mistaken for a man who writes about himself in the third person, insists that he's a 'bear' isnt a boro fan, and has a 0% success rate on predicting football scores.

That'd be a good thing to have on the cv would it?

PaddlingBack Posted on 24/8 18:06
re: Mendisulker!

Because the Bear is the 2nd funniest person on this board...

uncle_harry Posted on 24/8 18:10
re: Mendisulker!

a truly amusing answer

this is the end of my contribution to this thread thank you very much for allowing me to post

any subsequent insults will not result in a reply from me on this particular thread

thank you

PaddlingBack Posted on 24/8 18:11
re: Mendisulker!

Whatever man.