Alex Pritchard - West Brom

Good Doctor M

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Lol at the faux outrage.

Honestly, if Vardy got injured tonight there wouldn't be a single Spurs supporter that thought, "Ah Jesus, that's a shame." Now I don't wish harm on the guy, but if he picked up an injury, I would be pleased as punch.

It's okay guys, I'm not advocating violence, I'm not actually hoping Pritchard comes on and gives him a career ending injury, but can we stop the whiter than white bollocks football fans come out with about how it's beyond the pale to wish injury on anyone.

Personally, I fucking hope Vardy gets injured and misses games. Because that's it - I hope a millionaire footballer who is the top scorer of the team in direct competition to mine gets crocked, gets a niggly injury and can't play football for a bit.

Doesn't make me a c**t. Makes me a Spurs supporter.
 
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idontgetit

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Lol at the faux outrage.

Honestly, if Vardy got injured tonight there wouldn't be a single Spurs supporter that thought, "Ah Jesus, that's a shame." Now I don't wish harm on the guy, but if he picked up an injury, I would be pleased as punch.

It's okay guys, I'm not advocating violence, I'm not actually hopinh Pritchard comes on and gives him a career ending injury, but can we stop the whiter that white bollocks football fans come out with about how it's beyond the pale to wish injury on anyone.

Personally, I fucking hope Vardy gets injured and misses games. Because that's it - I hope a millionaire footballer who is the top scorer of the team in direct competition to mine gets crocked, gets a niggly injury and can't play football for a bit.

Doesn't make me a c**t. Makes me a Spurs supporter.
Sorry in that case, I guess you just sound like a **** instead of actually being a ****
 

Good Doctor M

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Sorry in that case, I guess you just sound like a **** instead of actually being a ****
Nah... I'm actually a pretty nice guy. Just not big into thoughtless platitudes. If Vardy got carried off tonight, I'd be happy that Leicester had lost their top scorer for the run in.

If you're honest with yourself, you'd find that you were too.
 

thefierycamel

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It gets to the point where it no longer becomes "easing him back in" and thus does become "not playing him". I think we're starting to blur those lines, especially since it's a midweek match
 

muppetman

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I watched tonight's game against Leicester and can understand why he didn't play. This was a game for players who were 100% committed and I thought West Brom defended very well.

Not playing the loanee from Spurs was pretty understandable. Saying that, whilst I understand why the baggies did what they did I'm still not sure why we sent him there.
 

scat1620

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Another day, another non-start for Pritchard. Wouldn't be surprised if Pulis doesn't bring him on as a substitute before the end of the game either. We must really want Berahino in the summer (which this weekend's papers now think will happen) to have sanctioned such a shitty loan move for both THFC as a club and Pritchard as a player.

Seeing Alex sat on a Pulis bench makes me angry every week: so frustrating.
 

Sputic

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WBA won be happy! It wasn't the game to bring him on as soon as West Brom went in front.
Yeah, whilst I don't believe that this was a good move for him, people need to chill out that he's not been playing recently. They've been getting good results and defending leads or holding on for draws vs top teams. He'll probably get a chance next time WBA are chasing a game.
 
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