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 Post subject: Michael Smith
PostPosted: Sat Jul 16, 2011 2:46 pm 
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Scored for Stoke U18's today in a 2-1 win over Tiverton.


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 Post subject: Re: Michael Smith
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:D

Come on Smithy, show them what you can do!

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 Post subject: Re: Michael Smith
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EXCELLENT! That means they will be impressed so we can send the fooker away :)

...even if it was only Tiverton (respectively)

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jjmick wrote:
EXCELLENT! That means they will be impressed so we can send the fooker away :)

...even if it was only Tiverton (respectively)


Respectively?
:eh:

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Spyman wrote:
jjmick wrote:
EXCELLENT! That means they will be impressed so we can send the fooker away :)

...even if it was only Tiverton (respectively)


Respectively?
:eh:



Don't have a go at Mick, Q is bumming him!


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 Post subject: Re: Michael Smith
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Haha, you're fucking well wobbled, out on your feet in fact.

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Apparently Smith got Man of the Match.


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Spyman wrote:
jjmick wrote:
EXCELLENT! That means they will be impressed so we can send the fooker away :)

...even if it was only Tiverton (respectively)


Respectively?
:eh:


My thoughts exactly.


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DarloOnTheUp wrote:
Spyman wrote:
jjmick wrote:
EXCELLENT! That means they will be impressed so we can send the fooker away :)

...even if it was only Tiverton (respectively)


Respectively?
:eh:


My thoughts exactly.


jjmick - clever as fuck :lol:


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Respectively can mean 'with respect to' as well as 'in the order stated'.

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jjmick wrote:
Respectively can mean 'with respect to' as well as 'in the order stated'.


You're thinking of respectfully.


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DarloOnTheUp wrote:
jjmick wrote:
Respectively can mean 'with respect to' as well as 'in the order stated'.


You're thinking of respectfully.


Ooo Lexical BURN!


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Well whatever, that's what I meant. I don't give a fuck.

I'll probably get cyber-sieged or something now.

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jjmick wrote:
Well whatever, that's what I meant. I don't give a fuck.

I'll probably get cyber-sieged or something now.


Coming from the self-confessed obsessive compulsive grammar/spelling monghead.


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DarloOnTheUp wrote:
jjmick wrote:
Well whatever, that's what I meant. I don't give a fuck.

I'll probably get cyber-sieged or something now.


Coming from the self-confessed obsessive compulsive grammar/spelling monghead.


Monghead?! :lol:

DOTU has brought forth a new insult.


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DarloOnTheUp wrote:
jjmick wrote:
Well whatever, that's what I meant. I don't give a fuck.

I'll probably get cyber-sieged or something now.


Coming from the self-confessed obsessive compulsive grammar/spelling monghead.

I have never said I have OCD.

Your input is trivial.

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 Post subject: Re: Michael Smith
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jjmick wrote:
wedgie wrote:
we got out of gaol


Jail.


jjmick wrote:
Look, it's just one of those things, I guess I have mild Obsessive Compulsive Disorder as I also have to have light switches that control the same light in the same position


You were saying?


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 Post subject: Re: Michael Smith
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So you take more notice of what I say than I even do myself. You even went through threads to post quotes.
I guess I have more important things in my life to remember.

You boring wankwipe.

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 Post subject: Re: Michael Smith
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jjmick wrote:
So you take more notice of what I say than I even do myself. You even went through threads to post quotes.
I guess I have more important things in my life to remember.

You boring wankwipe.


I've just got a good memory, and all your posts can be found on your profile. It took me less than 5 minutes.

Oh, and I fucking hate bullshitters and complete and utter morons. You fall under both categories.


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DarloOnTheUp wrote:
jjmick wrote:
So you take more notice of what I say than I even do myself. You even went through threads to post quotes.
I guess I have more important things in my life to remember.

You boring wankwipe.


I've just got a good memory, and all your posts can be found on your profile. It took me less than 5 minutes.

Oh, and I fucking hate bullshitters and complete and utter morons. You fall under both categories.


Yet you don't even know who I am.

How am I a bullshitter? Don't bring the OCD thing up again.

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 Post subject: Re: Michael Smith
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Getting back on topic, here's some Stoke fan's comments on Smith


"Comfortable 2-1! Will give more details tomorrow when I can confirm which players are which! Not very familiar with these guys I'm afraid! Can say for now that Capt. Lucas Dawson had a great game and scored a very good goal! The trialist from Darlington, if his name is Malcolm Smith and wore the number 9 shirt then he looked a real class act - took his goal with aplomb and was head and shoulders above most other players on show."



"Yeh, I can go with Michael Smith!! Tall rangy player - played basically up front as a lone striker but has a great 1st touch, holds ball up superbly and links well with oncoming players. Deceptively strong - held off 3 players - literally 4 feet from where me and me laddo were standing and slipped ball inside for midfield player. Class goal too - simply looked up and stroked ball into corner of net from just outside penalty box. He was the stand out player by far."

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 Post subject: Re: Michael Smith
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Go on son!

Having said that a 20 year old should stand out in an U-18 team.

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Having said that a 20 year old should stand out in an U-18 team.

Yeah...how does that work exactly?


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 Post subject: Re: Michael Smith
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Work it out, tail.


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Work it out, tail.


To be fair, that was a genuine question.


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 Post subject: Re: Michael Smith
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Work it out, tail.

Tried working it out, but at 19 years and 9 months, I fail to see how he can play for Stoke U-18's.....tail.


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You're allowed up to three 'over-age' players in an Academy league game, and probably even more in a friendly. Obviously you don't stick 28-year-olds in an under-18 game but it's common for 19 and occasionally 20-year-old players to play for the under-18s.


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d5rlo wrote:
You're allowed up to three 'over-age' players in an Academy league game, and probably even more in a friendly. Obviously you don't stick 28-year-olds in an under-18 game but it's common for 19 and occasionally 20-year-old players to play for the under-18s.

Cheers mate. See Numero Uno - was that hard?


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d5rlo wrote:
You're allowed up to three 'over-age' players in an Academy league game, and probably even more in a friendly. Obviously you don't stick 28-year-olds in an under-18 game but it's common for 19 and occasionally 20-year-old players to play for the under-18s.

Cheers mate. See Numero Uno - was that hard?


Hilly, I actually thought your first post was querying how, or why, a 20 year old would shine in an under 18 game :)


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Hilly wrote:
d5rlo wrote:
You're allowed up to three 'over-age' players in an Academy league game, and probably even more in a friendly. Obviously you don't stick 28-year-olds in an under-18 game but it's common for 19 and occasionally 20-year-old players to play for the under-18s.

Cheers mate. See Numero Uno - was that hard?


Hilly, I actually thought your first post was querying how, or why, a 20 year old would shine in an under 18 game :)


I think it's more a case of you read what he typed but you knew what he meant.

But round these parts it's any excuse to stick the knife in.


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